Nacho Monreal is Arsenal’s best player this season and the only player to make the top 30 in the league, according to the Sky Sports power rankings.

Sky Sports analyse 32 different stats to put together a total for each player every matchday. Each statistic is weighted based on position on the pitch, so your centre-back isn’t expected to score a goal-per-game, and so on. Then all the individual matchdays are added up to give a total for the season.

Unfortunately, thanks to all of Arsenal’s poor performances this campaign, as well as a number of injuries, Monreal was the only player to make the top 30 after matchday 28.

Here is the full list:

Mohamed Salah

Liverpool – 68,404

Kevin De Bruyne

Manchester City – 67,336

Harry Kane

Tottenham Hotspur – 65,232

Sergio Aguero

Manchester City – 55,335

Raheem Sterling

Manchester City – 52,160

Eden Hazard

Chelsea – 52,101

Roberto Firmino

Liverpool – 49,894

Christian Eriksen

Tottenham Hotspur – 48,374

David de Gea

Manchester United – 45,850

Riyad Mahrez

Leicester City – 45,405

Romelu Lukaku

Manchester United – 45,270


Manchester City – 45,087

Abdoulaye Doucoure

Watford – 43,623

Alexis Sanchez

Manchester United – 42,563

Marcos Alonso

Chelsea – 42,186

Leroy Sane

Manchester City – 41,384

Xherdan Shaqiri

Stoke City – 40,345

David Silva

Manchester City – 39,814

Dele Alli

Tottenham Hotspur – 39,584

Philippe Coutinho

Liverpool – 38,814

Cesar Azpilicueta

Chelsea – 38,084

Wilfred Ndidi

Leicester City – 37,610

Nicolas Otamendi

Manchester City – 36,831

Anthony Martial

Manchester United – 36,749

Pascal Gross

Brighton – 36,540

Alvaro Morata

Chelsea – 36,522


Watford – 36,358

Emre Can

Liverpool – 36,355

Heung-Min Son

Tottenham Hotspur – 35,646

Nacho Monreal

Arsenal – 35,314


Alexis Sanchez also accumulated a large portion of his points with Arsenal, but overall the list just emphasises how much the team are lacking consistent performers.

No one in the squad has managed that enough this season.

Even top performers like Mesut Özil and Aaron Ramsey have missed too many games.

That needs to change if Arsenal want to achieve anything between now and the end of the season.