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Each week throughout the 2019-20 season, Sportsmail will bring you a Power Rankings table, listing the top 10 hottest players in the Premier League.

As the stories of the season unravel, the rankings will provide a form guide with players moving in and out of the top 10 depending on both their performances in the previous fixtures and also in recent weeks. 

So, who wins a place in the seventh week of our Power Rankings...

10. Aubemeyang (new entry)
POWER RANKINGS

Throughout the 2019-20 season, each week Sportsmail will bring you a Power Rankings table, listing the top 10 hottest players in the Premier League.

As the stories of the season unravel, the rankings will provide a form guide with players moving in and out of the top 10 depending on both their performances in the previous week and also in recent weeks. 

One of two new entries into this week's top 10 is Arsenal striker . The forward continues to bail out a stuttering Gunners side and did so once again on Monday night.

His equaliser against an out-of-sorts was exquisite, in a game that lacked any quality. 

Only Sergio Aguero (eight) has more goals in the Premier League this season than Arsenal's No 14. 

They may be fourth in the table but Unai Emery's side have only scored 12 goals in seven league matches - with 59 per cent of them via .

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (second right) gave Arsenal a point at Old Trafford with this finish

(second right) gave Arsenal a point at Old Trafford with this finish

9. Mohamed Salah (down one)

It's a rarity in the Premier League as Mohamed Salah has now failed to score in two successive Premier League games for Liverpool. The forward continues to play a key role in their success though, with the Reds maintaining a 100 per cent record in the Premier League following their 1-0 win at Sheffield United on Saturday.

The Egyptian came close to scoring with a curled effort that just went wide in the first half, before being denied by a brilliant save from Dean Henderson when one-on-one with the goalkeeper. 

He'll look back at that chance as one he should have scored, but Jurgen Klopp will be pleased he was in the right position at the right time.

Mohamed Salah (right) came close to scoring for Liverpool but saw this effort flash just wide

Mohamed Salah (right) came close to scoring for Liverpool but saw this effort flash just wide

8. Tammy Abraham (down four)

He may have failed to score against Brighton but it wasn't for the want of trying for Tammy Abraham. It was always going to be a case of attack versus defence on Saturday as Brighton set up their stall to not to concede.

Summer signing Adam Webster was impressive at the back for Brighton and made it a tough afternoon for Abraham. However, the England international was unlucky to score after he saw a header hit the frame of the goal.

Chelsea's No 9, the league's joint-second top scorer with seven goals, is full of confidence right now as emphasised by his five shots at goal at the weekend.

Chelsea's Tammy Abraham (right) had five shots against Brighton and was unlucky not to score

Chelsea's Tammy Abraham (right) had five shots against Brighton and was unlucky not to score

7. Chris Wood (up two)

After his matchwinning brace against Norwich last week, Chris Wood was back among the goals for Burnley once again. The New Zealander this time earned Sean Dyche's side a point at Aston Villa with an 81st-minute header.

Following a quiet start to the season, Wood has found his goalscoring boots with three goals in his last two matches. He'll be hoping to add to that tally when the Clarets host Everton on October 5.

Chris Wood (second left) watches on as his header goes towards goal for Burnley's equaliser

Chris Wood (second left) watches on as his header goes towards goal for Burnley's equaliser

LAST WEEK'S POWER RANKINGS

10. Teemu Pukki (Norwich)

9. Chris Wood (Burnley)

8. Mohamed Salah (Liverpool)

7. Raheem Sterling (Manchester City)

6. Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City)

5. Callum Wilson (Bournemouth)

4. Tammy Abraham (Chelsea)

3. Bernardo Silva (Manchester City)

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