Premier League table remains the same as we head to match-day 23. Liverpool still has 4 points caution at the top but Manchester City is looking dangerous at the moment. Manchester United form is sending shock waves towards Arsenal and Chelsea. Tottenham Hotspurs fans will be worried about their season after Harry Kane injury. This only means more twists and turns as the League enters the homestretch. Today, we want to look at which five players are ranked highest in the League right now by form.
5. Marcus Rashford- 7.67 Rating
Bottom 📐 pic.twitter.com/R9ktYHybbu
— Marcus Rashford MBE (@MarcusRashford) January 14, 2019
Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has repaid caretaker boss Ole Gunnar Solskjær for trusting him to lead the line since he took over in December. The 21-year-old has scored 4 goals in his last five matches. If he can keep scoring goals, Romelu Lukaku might continue starting from the bench. It is the reason why he has a form rating of 7.67.
4. Son Heung-min- 7.72 Rating
Son Heung-min’s Premier League season by numbers:
17 tackles won
17 successful dribbles
16 chances created
Tottenham’s danger man. 👀 pic.twitter.com/xtRAXt0jBC
— Statman Dave (@StatmanDave) January 13, 2019
Tottenham Hotspurs winger Son Heung-min has netted 8 goals in 17 Premier League matches and 12 in all competitions. The London side will miss him now because he has left to join his South Korea teammates for the Asian Cup. The two-footed attacker is one of the most underrated players in the World but he does his job silently and effectively. It is the reason why he has a form rating of 7.72.
3. Mohamed Salah- 7.79 Rating
— Mohamed Salah (@MoSalah) December 31, 2018
Liverpool star Mohamed Salah won and netted a crucial penalty against Brighton last weekend to keep his team four points clear at the top. The victory also meant Jurgen Klopp side returned to winning ways after two defeats against Manchester City and Wolves in the League and FA Cup respectively. He has netted in almost every game recently to take his League tally to 14 so far. He has the best rating at Anfield which stands at 7.79.