Top performers from gameweek 33 in the Premier League: Gerrard, Eriksen and more

Hull City, Liverpool, Stoke City, Swansea City and Tottenham Hotspur stars all feature.

We've taken a look at some of the top peformers from the latest round of the English Barclays Premier League.

Most successful final third passes

NameTeamSuccessful final third passes
Santiago Cazorla Arsenal 34
Emmanuel Adebayor Tottenham Hotspur 29
David Silva Manchester City 28
Jordan Henderson Liverpool 26
Tomas Rosicky Arsenal 25

It will be encouraging for Tottenham fans to see Adebayor in this group, as he returned from injury for a start last night against the Black Cats. He's been in great form under Tim Sherwood.

Most tackles won

NameTeamTackles won
Glenn Whelan Stoke City 7
Bacary Sagna Arsenal 5
Yaya Touré Manchester City 5
César Azpilicueta Chelsea 4
Erik Pieters Stoke City 4

Unfortunately for Glenn Whelan, his teammates couldn't produce the same sort of passion and work rate, which saw Stoke fall to a bad defeat at Chelsea.

Most effective clearances

NameTeamEffective clearances
Ashley Williams Swansea City 23
Brede Hangeland Fulham 16
Curtis Davies Hull City 16
Nathan Baker Aston Villa 16
Jonas Olsson West Bromwich Albion 15

Were it not for Ashley Williams then Swansea's defeat at the hands of Hull City could have been much worse. He was superb over the weekend in terms of clearing his lines effectively.

Most accurate passes

NameTeamAccurate passes
Mikel Arteta Arsenal 81
Jordan Henderson Liverpool 80
Steven Gerrard Liverpool 79
Morgan Schneiderlin Southampton 76
Gary Medel Cardiff City 73

The Liverpool pair deserve a mention because they controlled the ball well against West Ham, producing an impressive number of accumulative passes which allowed the Reds to maintain pressure over West Ham.

Most touches

Steven Gerrard Liverpool 111
Jordan Henderson Liverpool 102
Kévin Théophile-Catherine Cardiff City 101
Mikel Arteta Arsenal 99
Gary Medel Cardiff City 98

The same Liverpool pair also got more involved in the game than anyone else for the Reds. Their number of touches is impressive and shows they had a greater chance to influence the game.

Most interceptions

Curtis Davies Hull City 7
César Azpilicueta Chelsea 6
Liam Rosenior Hull City 6
Marcos Alonso Sunderland 6
Dejan Lovren Southampton 5

Davies read the game superbly against the Swans, which allowed his side to keep the pressure on. He cut off the danger before it developed.

Most total attack assists

NameTeamTotal attack assists
Christian Eriksen Tottenham Hotspur 7
David Silva Manchester City 6
Marc Albrighton Aston Villa 4
Nacer Chadli Tottenham Hotspur 4
Wayne Routledge Swansea City 4

The Dane produced more attacking assists than anyone else, which helped Spurs create several chances to build a big score and lead against Sunderland.

Most successful dribbles

NameTeamSuccessful dribbles
Lewis Holtby Fulham 6
Marc Albrighton Aston Villa 4
Wayne Routledge Swansea City 4
Seamus Coleman Everton 4
Mohamed Diamé West Ham United 4

Tottenham will also be encouraged to see Holtby at the top of this group, as he impresses with regular football in West London.

Most shots on target

NameTeamShots on target
Jason Puncheon Crystal Palace 6
Harry Kane Tottenham Hotspur 5
Papiss Demba Cissé Newcastle United 4
Emmanuel Adebayor Tottenham Hotspur 4
Frank Lampard Chelsea 3

Puncheon produced a great burst of form against Cardiff for the London side, which helped push them further away from the bottom places in the Premier League.

Most saves

Vito Mannone Sunderland 6
Adrián West Ham United 6
Tim Howard Everton 5
David Stockdale Fulham 5
Wojciech Szczesny Arsenal 5

Mannone and Adrian are the joint top performers because their defences were put under pressure the most over the latest round of games. The defeats would have ben far greater were it not for the pair of them.

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