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Premier League 2017/18 Assist King Battle (7/11/17)

Premier League 2017/18 Assist King Battle (7/11/17)

The season might only be three months old in terms of the calendar, but with high expectations for some players when it comes to this year's Assist King battle - here's who stands out so far.

With Manchester City's Kevin de Bruyne taking that title for 2016/17 he'll have hopes of holding onto it, but plenty of other players will be looking forward to establishing themselves as a real team player and getting the recognition in the process.



There are more than enough games left for the table below to change so we'll just have to see what happens.

With only eleven games played so far in the 2017/18 campaign I'll limit the table to those who have three or more assists to their name so far this year.

Statistics from PremierLeague.com.

Top PL Assists 2017/18 So Far
No
Club
Player
Goals
1
Manchester City
David Silva
7 assists
2
Manchester City
Kevin de Bruyne
6 assists
3
Chelsea
Cesar Azpilicueta
5 assists
-
Brighton
Pascal Gross
5 assists
-
Manchester United
Henrikh Mkhitaryan
5 assists
-
Manchester City
Leroy Sane
5 assists
7
Leicester City
Riyad Mahrez
4 assists
-
Newcastle United
Matt Ritchie
4 assists
-
Stoke City
Xherdan Shaqiri
4 assists
-
Tottenham Hotspur
Kieran Trippier
4 assists
-
Manchester City
Kyle Walker
4 assists
12
Manchester City
Sergio Aguero
3 assists
-
Burnley
Johan Berg Gudmundsson
3 assists
-
Stoke City
Eric Choupo-Moting
3 assists
-
Watford
Jose Holebas
3 assists
-
Arsenal
Sead Kolasinac
3 assists
-
Manchester United
Romelu Lukaku
3 assists
-
Leicester City
Harry Maguire
3 assists
-
Chelsea
Alvaro Morata
3 assists
-
Arsenal
Aaron Ramsey
3 assists
-
Manchester United
Marcus Rashford
3 assists
-
Arsenal
Granit Xhaka
3 assists


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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Tuesday November 7 2017
Time: 10:00AM

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