Each week throughout the 2020-21 season, Sportsmail brings 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.
Following matchday 10 in the Premier League both Manchester clubs earned big wins in contrasting style. Riyad Mahrez starred for City with a hat-trick against Burnley and Edinson Cavani look at his razor sharp best in helping his side fight back to win 3-2 at Southampton.
Both men are new entries in the top 10, so were to they slot in and who else made the cut?
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Manchester United earned an impressive comeback win against Southampton at St Mary's
That atrocious flop of a panenka penalty attempt against West Ham is fortunately just a fading memory for the Fulham winger.
He has responded to that embarrassing setback impressively for the Cottagers and was at the heart of their shock 2-1 win over Leicester on Monday.
Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa deserves a massive chunk of the praise for Lookman's opening goal but the on-loan RB Leipzig winger finished it with aplomb.
He was a constant menace and typified everything effective about Scott Parker's men. With a run of games at Fulham, he may well develop into a crucial player for them in their bid to avoid relegation this term.
Ademola Lookman scored with a neat finish for Fulham in their win against Leicester
1. Harry Kane
2. Dominic Calvert-Lewin
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4. Bruno Fernandes
5. Diogo Jota
6. Edouard Mendy
7. Tammy Abraham
8. Andy Robertson
9. Jamie Vardy
10. Patrick Bamford
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Two games without a goal feels like a Vardy drought these days and having been ineffective against Liverpool, he failed to help the Foxes take anything from their clash with Fulham.
Vardy only touched the ball once in the opening 25 minutes but it was his header that set up the Harvey Barnes goal.
Perhaps lucky to stay in the top 10, the rapid frontman has enough credit in the bank to cling on to a place in the rankings following his scintillating start to the campaign.8. Riyad Mahrez (new entry)
The Algerian has taken on a more prominent role in Pep Guardiola's side and is thriving as a result.
He scored his first hat-trick since a win for Leicester over Swansea in December 2015 and City ran riot against Burnley. Mahrez himself loves playing the Clarets and has eight goals against them now.
With David Silva gone and Leroy Sane now at Bayern Munich, City will hope Mahrez can continue in the same manner for the rest of the season.
Jamie Vardy drew a blank for the second week running as the Foxes lost at home
Riyad Mahrez took home the match ball after Manchester City thumped Burnley
This was one of the greatest impacts over 45 minutes from a substitute in recent memory.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer turned to the veteran Uruguayan at half-time with Southampton winning 2-0 and the forward was integral to what came next.
A precise assist for Bruno Fernandes started United on the comeback trail before two superbly anticipated headers from the 33-year-old secured three points.
Unfortunately his actions on the pitch were later marred