What an episode this matchweek was in the Premier League. Liverpool outclassed Chelsea at Anfield 4-1, Luton Town disgraced Brighton and hove Albion 4-0, Crystal Palace duo of Eberechi Eze and Michael Oliseh entertained the whole league with their dazzling display against Sheffield United. Tottenham and Manchester United were involved in entertaining encounters, but they both got 3 points.

Let’s rank the best players for Matchweek 22 of the 2023/24 English Premier League season.

Conor Bradley

Matchweek 22 - Top 5 Best Players
Conor Bradley – Matchweek 22 – Top 5 Best Players

20-year-old Conor Bradley led Liverpool to an astounding victory over Chelsea on Wednesday. The Liverpool academy graduate created two goals and scored one himself to condemn Chelsea to yet another league defeat this season.

Fabian Schar

Schar scored twice for Newcastle as the Magpies fought to beat Aston Villa at Villa park. He tapped home from close range once from a corner, and then scored another goal 3 minutes later, on a rebound. His two clearances and 7 interceptions also kept Villa out for most of the game.

Julian Alvarez

Matchweek 22 - Top 5 Best Players

Alvarez has been Manchester City’s best attacker this season, and he continued his rich form this season against relegation favourites Burnley. He scored twice for City as they comfortably saw off Vincent Kompany’s side.

Eberechi Eze

Matchweek 22 - Top 5 Best Players

No wonder, clubs are circling the English attacking midfielder. Eze and Olise ran the show for Palace against Sheffield United, and the Palace’s number 10 scored two stunning goals to help his side to 3 points.

Elijah Adebayo

Elijah Adebayo – Matchweek 22 – Top 5 Best Players

The first Luton player to score a Premier League hat-trick. Adebayo has been impressive all season for Luton. He tormented Brighton’s defence all night and got a deserved treble, in what was Luton’s best performance and result of the season so far.

Elijah Adebayor is the best player of Matchweek 23 in the 2023/24 Premier League season.