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Our two players to drop out are Chelsea's Gary Cahill and Manchester City's Yaya Toure.
Cahill has had a stand-out season and is arguably the league's top centre-back this term, but a slight dip in his team's form recently has coincided with his own standards dropping a touch.
Toure battles it out with a Chelsea central midfielder for 10th spot but ultimately just comes up short after not dominating at the weekend as much as he often does—but consolation comes in the form of a team-mate taking his spot.
Jay Rodriguez of Southampton certainly deserves a mention and is unlucky to not get a top 10 spot of his own.
Liverpool's surge to eight games unbeaten has yielded a host of great individual displays, with left-back Jon Flanagan also close to getting his name on the list over the past few weeks. He was excellent against Tottenham.
Santi Cazorla, Jordon Mutch and Peter Odemwingie have all been in good form over the past few games.