As we finished the Power Rankings of best goalkeepers, it is time to go to the best right-backs. This is one was harder. Especially after being called a "biased cunt" by some lovely Arsenal fans, I would love to see other peoples opinions as well so tweet us @DST_Tweets and tell us for tomorrow's blog about the best Center-Backs. Without further a do, let's get into it.
Side Note: Before I get any shit, Michail Antonio isn't a right-back.
5. Séamus Coleman - Everton F.C.
Sheamus Coleman has started the season extremely well for Everton as he leads Right-backs in match rating with 7.71 out of 10 (players who have played 3 or more games this season). Coleman has the blistering pace which is one of the reasons why he is such a threat for goals and assists. In saying this, he does have some weak points, most importantly he is extremely vulnerable in the air as he is last this season for right-backs as he wins around .3 duels per game.
4. Pablo Zabaleta - Manchester City F.C.
There aren't many players in the Premier League more tough than Pablo Zabaleta. He is also strong and no matter if he is winning or losing he constantly gives it his all for his club (Manchester City). Right now he is fourth in match rating by right backs and now that Joe Hart isn't at Manchester City and Vincent Kompany is constantly injured, Pablo will need to step up and be the leader (which he has been) if this City side wants to win the Premier League.
3. Nathaniel Clyne - Liverpool F.C.
Nathaniel Clyne hasn't started the season in great form as he only has a 6.98 match rating and one assist. To be honest, even though he is third, the top two are so much better than everyone else on this list that this is a very distant third. Clyne has been pulled out due to injury from the English National Team today but with his speed, passing and tackling he is a class, but sadly, I feel Liverpool supporters overrate him a bit too much.
2. Héctor Bellerín - Arsenal F.C.
Before I start annoying Arsenal Fans, I want to say I highly rate Héctor Bellerín, what he has done at Arsenal at only 21 years old is amazing, and I feel that one day he will go to Barcelona and be a top five right back in the world. Bellerín is one if not the fastest player in the league which is why he is so lethal on counter attacks and even regular attacks as he is always looking to get behind the opposition's back four. Even though he hasn't started the year so great as his match rating is only a 7.10 which is in the middle of the pack for right backs. Before I end this segment on him, I want to say that if someone picked him first or my twitter vote went the way of him (@DST_Tweets), I wouldn't be upset because he is a top quality player and will be for years to come.
1. Kyle Walker - Tottenham Hotspur F.C.
The development of Kyle Walker has been amazing as he went from a pacey defender who was always the scapegoat for Tottenham fans into an England International and one of our most consistent players and influential leaders for a young Spurs side. The reason I picked him over Héctor Bellerín is that I prefer more of a "built" right back, Walker is a physical specimen, he is so strong yet so quick and agile it is beautiful to see. Kyle Walker has a 7.40 match rating which is second in the league for right backs (minimum three matches). In conclusion, Kyle Walker is an incredible talent and no matter who you think should be number one we can all agree that the development and skill of Kyle Walker have been amazing to watch.
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