At the start of the season, ESPN FC’s club bloggers and correspondents selected their side’s most important players for the season ahead.
Now, with the title run-in approaching, each club has a revised list of key performers. Who is in, who is out and who has flopped? Click on each club for a detailed rundown of the key men and those who have fallen by the wayside.
N’Golo Kante’s importance has risen from the start of the season and he is Chelsea’s star man. Eden Hazard has dipped, but only because of how crucial a solid base has been in the Blues’ rise to the top. And one big-money move is missing from the list. — Liam Twomey
It’s no surprise who remains the key performer for Mauricio Pochettino’s side — and Spurs’ second most important man has risen six places since August. There’s a big rise for one summer signing but another has fallen off the list completely. — Dan Kilpatrick
David Silva and Raheem Sterling are the big movers for Pep Guardiola but Gabriel Jesus’ arrival has raised questions over Sergio Aguero. Elsewhere, Claudio Bravo has endured a miserable start to life in England. — Jonathan Smith
Time is running out for Daniel Sturridge. He was expected to lead the Liverpool charge this season but he’s now fighting for his future. Elsewhere, Jordan Henderson and Adam Lallana have seen their influence increase. — Glenn Price
It’s the end of the road for a Manchester United legend, who has fallen from seventh in the original list to off it completely. There’s a usual suspect at No.1, but the player moving up 10 places to No.4 is a cause for concern. — Alex Shaw
Oh dear. Arsenal are in danger of missing out on the top four under Arsene Wenger for the first time in his 21-year tenure. Alexis Sanchez remains the key man but how much longer will he stay around for? — Mattias Karen
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