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Premier League Power Rankings: Man City's Raheem Sterling top
Manchester City's Raheem Sterling edges Chelsea's Eden Hazard and Everton's Gylfi Sigurdsson
Last Updated: 03/10/18 9:16am
Manchester City winger Raheem Sterling has ousted Eden Hazard atop the Power Rankings this week.
Sterling darted into the box to put City ahead in customary style against Brighton, before assisting a second - orchestrated and finished by Sergio Aguero.
Despite slipping into runner-up spot, Eden Hazard actually recorded a higher points tally this week after netting a superb opener against Liverpool - before Daniel Sturridge hit a spectacular equaliser.
Gylfi Sigurdsson (No 3) has rekindled the form that prompted Everton to pay £45m for his services one year ago - making amends for missing a penalty with a stunning strike and netting a second to secure a 3-0 win against Fulham.
Leicester maintained their turnaround in form, with new signing James Maddison (No 4) pulling the strings from dead balls - assisting Harry Maguire (No 5) during a 2-0 win at Newcastle.
Wolves quartet Rui Patricio (No 6), Matt Doherty (No 7), Jonny (No 10) and Joao Moutinho (No 11) represented a dominant contingent among the top performers - all soaring up the chart after a 2-0 win against Southampton.
Arsenal's resurgence under Unai Emery continued with a 2-0 win over in-form Watford, with Granit Xhaka dominating the passing stats to retain his place in the top 10.
West Ham also maintained an upturn in form with a surprise 3-1 win over Manchester United - with Felipe Anderson (No 9) breaking the deadlock at the London Stadium.
The Power Rankings methodology reflects a player's performance by awarding points for 34 different stats.
Below, we present the in-form chart based on performances over the past five Premier League matchdays (with greater weight placed on recent games), your club's top points scorer and the season accumulative chart.
The Sky Sports Power Rankings will be updated every week during the season, so be sure to keep an eye on the big movers...
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