JORDAN PICKFORD | EVERTON
SERGE AURIER | TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR
No Spurs player had more touches of the ball versus Burnley than Aurier (80), with the full-back also creating two goalscoring chances.
PHIL JAGIELKA | EVERTON
The Everton defender made more clearances (14) and blocks (5) than any other player from his team in their stalemate with Chelsea.
NICOLAS OTAMENDI | MANCHESTER CITY
Otamendi (153) attempted more passes than any other Man City player in their dominant 4-0 win over Bournemouth.
FABIAN DELPH | MANCHESTER CITY
Delph completed 95.2 per cent of his 83 passes and made more tackles (4) and interceptions (4) than any other Man City player.
PHILIPPE COUTINHO | LIVERPOOL
The Brazilian has been involved in 16 goals in 11 away matches in all competitions (nine goals, seven assists).
JOE ALLEN | STOKE CITY
The midfielder scored and assisted in the same Premier League game for the first time in his career.
RAHEEM STERLING | MANCHESTER CITY
Sterling has been directly involved in 16 league goals this season (12 goals, 4 assists), his best-ever return in a single Premier League campaign.
PASCAL GROSS | BRIGHTON AND HOVE ALBION
Gross has been directly involved in nine Premier League goals this season (four goals, five assists), four more than any other Brighton player.
JUAN MATA | MANCHESTER UNITED
Mata has been involved in five goals in his last four Premier League appearances against Leicester City (four goals, one assist).
HARRY KANE | TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR
The England forward has scored 36 Premier League goals in 2017 – no player has ever scored more in a calendar year in the competition (Alan Shearer 36 in 1995).