Fernandes’ numbers again underline why he could be a major differential if he’s fit for Man Utd’s DGW37. 

The Portuguese has made more key passes and created more big chances than any of his rivals, with his 19 minutes per key pass also the quickest on show. 

Gordon is his closest rival on 16 key passes, with the Newcastle star’s share of dead-ball duties a big factor – he’s taken 27 corners in his previous four outings, placing him top here.

Madueke also catches the eye. The Chelsea winger is the only player in the analysis devoid of any set-piece duties, yet he still made 12 key passes – placing him third in the table below. 

For Man City, De Bruyne has the advantage over his team-mate Foden for both key passes, by 11 to nine, and for big chances created, by four to one.

Son, meanwhile, was Spurs’ top creator, with eight key passes. However, it’s worth noting that none of those were big chances, while his average of 41 minutes per key pass is the slowest in the assessment.