Crystal Palace attacking midfielder Jason Puncheon has created the most chances for his team-mates in the Premier League so far this season, with Chelsea’s Willian coming in a close second.
Statistics published in The Daily Mail have broken down different aspects of the campaign to date, with the Eagles playmaker somewhat surprisingly topping the polls.
Jason Puncheon has created 24 chances in the Premier League so far this season; more than any other player in the division. pic.twitter.com/Jpf1n7pixs
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Puncheon has created 24 chances for a Palace team-mate to score so far this season, while Willian has forged 23 opportunities for his Chelsea side.
Talk at Selhurst Park has been focussed around their able attacker being worthy of an England national team call-up for some time but as yet this has not happened.
Willian was Chelsea’s Player of the Year last season and it looks like the Brazilian has started where he has left off with some standout performances for Antonio Conte’s men.
Southampton star Dusan Tadic is third on the list of Premier League chances created so far this season with 22.