Liverpool man the most dangerous in terms of delivery from set pieces, out-performing Arsenal and City stars.
As Liverpool top the table with just six games of their own left to play, the captain himself in facts sits at number one in a ranking of his own.
The England midfielder has been crucial to Liverpool's part in becoming the top scoring side in the league, specifically his delivery from dead ball situations
In fact, the Liverpool midfielder average an assist from a set piece every 0.25 games, the best record of anybody in the Premier League.
He outperforms big money players such as Mesut Ozil and David Silva, as well as rivals Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney. Teammate and fellow creative force Coutinho is among the best performing players.
|Player||Team||Pos||Assist Deadball / apps||Assists total||Apps||Mins|
|Wayne Rooney||Man Utd||FW||0.11||10||27||2,268|
|Robin van Persie||Man Utd||FW||0.11||3||18||1,466|
|David Silva||Man City||MF||0.10||8||21||1,768|
|Chris Brunt||West Brom||MF||0.09||5||22||1,703|
Gerrard is himself pushing into firm line to be a certain starter for England at the World Cup, and be as key a player as he was for Roy Hodgson's side at Euro 2012.
Should he emerge triumphant in Liverpool colours at the end of this Premier League season or not, he can take pride in his individual effort, that he is outperforming many of the very best, and most expensive players in England.