Premier League has gradually surged into its breath-taking stage with twelve games which have seen 20 teams lock horn in a tough supremacy race for the 2019/2020 glory.
And as expected, Liverpool still sit comfortably atop the standing with 34 points after four wins and one draw in their last five outings.
Leicester City are replicating the champions spirit that saw them win historical Premier League title in 2015 under Claudio Ranieri.
They are second on the table with 26 points, goal difference clear of Chelsea who occupy 3rd tier under the tutelage of new manager Frank Lampard.
English champions, Manchester City, capped the most sought after top-four spot with 25 points having suffered a shocking 3-1 defeat to ruthless Liverpool at Anfield.
On individual performance, Leicester City’s poster boy Jamie Vardy is still the leading figure for the Golden Boots race with 11 goals.
Vardy was ruthless in Leicester’s 9-0 demolition of of Southampton, scoring hat-trick to help Foxes record biggest away win in Premier League history.
Man City’s star Kevin De Bruyne has recorded most assists with nine passes to goal so far for the English champions. And interestingly, he has created more chances (48) more than any player.
Chelsea’s striker, Tammy Abraham, has the record for the most shot on target. The England international who rose through the rank under Lampard, is also a contender for the Golden Boot award with 10 goals, one behind Vardy.
Similarly, Crystal Palace’s Wilfried Zaha is the only player with most take-on (55), while, AFC Bournemouth star Steve Cook made the most clearance with 89 points.
Leicester City midfielder, Wilfred Ndidi remains the only player to have amassed most tackles and interception beating off competition from Man United’s Wan Bissaka.
The Nigerian international has recorded 60 tackles and 36 interceptions and his run of impressive performance has seen him rated above West Ham’s highly rated star Declean Rice.