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Hugo Lloris, Tottenham Hotspur
The Frenchman drops out of our rankings for the first time this season after a poor performance (from the entire defensive unit) against West Ham United, losing 3-0 at home.
Morgan Amalfitano, West Bromwich Albion
He's lighting up the Premier League and looks another inspired loan signing from Steve Clarke. He registered an assist for Claudio Yacob's goal against Arsenal this weekend.
Loic Remy, Newcastle United
Remy is a goalscorer, so it's no surprise to see him scoring braces every week. He's a more complete player than many give him credit for.
Luis Suarez, Liverpool
Two appearances, three goals. One more elite showing and the Uruguayan will enter our rankings.
Kolo Toure, Liverpool
He was mixing it with the best before his injury and has performed admirably since returning—especially against Sunderland the weekend before last.