Date: 13th June 2018 at 10:17pm
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We’ve finally got around to totalling up the fans’ player ratings from every Premier League game in the 2017/18 and we can reveal the best and worst individual performers, as well as the best and worst team performances.

It might have been a season to forget after ending in relegation, but it’s worth looking back at how the fans rated each player for each game and see who came out on top.

Young right back Connor Roberts’ place in the top just goes to prove how late the decision was to bring him into the first team. He might have only played four top flight games, but he averaged a 6.95/10 rating across those four games.

There’s no surprise to see goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski in second place with 6.84/10, with centre-back Mike van der Hoorn third.

Interesting too, is Roque Mesa’s top 5 place – making 16 appearances – those appearances will also include substitute appearances if he played a minimum 15 minutes.

Jordan Ayew doesn’t appear in the top 10 despite finishing the season as our top goalscorer with 11 goals, he averaged a 5.44/10 rating down in 17th place.

 

Overall Top 10 Players

PlayerAverage Fan RatingNumber of Matches
1Connor Roberts6.954
2Łukasz Fabiański6.8438
3Mike van der Hoorn6.6427
4Àngel Rangel6.632
5Roque Mesa6.5216
6Federico Fernández6.4731
7Leon Britton6.287
8Wilfried Bony6.2715
9Kyle Bartley5.985
10Oli McBurnie5.977

 

Worst 10 Players

The usual suspects in the bottom 10 – as rated by the fans. The only player listed below who is likely to earn a move back to a Premier League club is Jordan Ayew. He had a forgetful first half of the season but made it up with a vast improvement following Carlos Carvalhal’s arrival.

A number of the players below will likely be called upon next season in the Championship and they’ll have to up their game in 2018/19.

PlayerAverage Fan RatingNumber of Matches
1Jordan Ayew5.4436
2Martin Olsson5.3336
3Andy King5.1310
4Sam Clucas4.9428
5Kyle Naughton4.8235
6Luciano Narsingh4.7815
7Leroy Fer4.7623
8Tom Carroll4.3734
9Wayne Routledge3.989
10Jay Fulton3.712

 

Top 10 Team Performances

Moving on to best and worst team performances, we totalled up the players’ ratings for each game and number of votes to get the overall average rating per match.

And according to the fans’ player ratings, the best performance of the season was….

The goalless draw at Spurs….where we barely had the ball and defended for 90 minutes.

I expected to see our home win over Arsenal in the top 3, but it only made 12th with a rating of 6.04/10

MatchAverage Fan Rating
1Tottenham (A) – D0-07.46
2Crystal Palace (A) – W2-07.33
3Liverpool (H) – W1-07.08
4Bournemouth (H) – D0-07.06
5Huddersfield (H) – W2-07.01
6Leicester (A) – D1-16.77
7Burnley (H) – W1-06.65
8Everton (H) – D1-16.61
9Tottenham (H) – L2-06.55
10Watford (A) – D2-16.31

 

Top 10 Best Individual Performances

Here’s a look at the best individual performances of the season, which is skewed you could say as Leon Britton’s final appearance as a sub in the final game of the season against Stoke comes out on top. Fabianski closely follows in second place with a 9.23/10 rating from the same game. He featured 3 times in the top 10, as well as defender Federico Fernandez.

PlayerNumber of VotesAverage Rating
Leon Britton – Stoke (H)89.25
Łukasz Fabiański – Stoke (H)139.23
Federico Fernández – Tottenham (A)259.00
Wilfried Bony – Bournemouth (H)279.00
Łukasz Fabiański – Chelsea (A)108.80
Àngel Rangel – Stoke (H)138.77
Federico Fernández – West Brom (A)98.67
Wilfried Bony – Stoke (A)118.64
Łukasz Fabiański – Leicester (H)608.50
Federico Fernández – Crystal Palace (A)318.45

 

Top 10 Worst Individual Performances

These are likely to include a number of substitute appearances, but here’s the 10 worst individual performances. The Manchester City away game features four times. 7 of the 10 are also midfielders.

PlayerNumber of VotesAverage Rating
Kyle Bartley – Man City (A)41.75
Tom Carroll – Brighton (A)151.67
Sung-yueng Ki – Man City (A)31.67
Leroy Fer – Liverpool (A)161.63
Jordan Ayew – Liverpool (A)201.55
Tom Carroll – Brighton (H)311.52
Andy King – Man City (A)41.50
Tom Carroll – Man City (A)41.50
Wilfried Bony – Everton (A)61.33
Renato Sanches – Chelsea (A)71.29
 

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