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Mesut Ozil has underwhelmed over the course of the last several weeks, and his bright start can't keep him in our top 10 any longer.
Ross Barkley rode the bench for the second successive week as Roberto Martinez begins to manage his game time.
As Brendan Rodgers switched to four at the back, Martin Skrtel got the nod ahead of summer acquisition Mamadou Sakho. He's been in form for several weeks now, whatever the system in play.
Steven Gerrard has also been largely brilliant, save for an abject showing at Arsenal, and is capable of just about anything from his deep-lying role.
Phil Jagielka has been chugging along nicely and looked primed for entry, but despite shutting out Crystal Palace, gave up far too many good opportunities.
Following a slow start to the season, Robin van Persie now has four in four at Premier League level.