The shortlists are out for the PFA Players’ Player of the Year award and the Young Player crown, with a very clear favourite for both prizes.
Leicester City winger Riyad Mahrez has consistently dazzled during the east midlands club’s title tilt and is 2/5 to be rewarded with the Player of the Year trophy.
His City teammate Jamie Vardy, who scored in 11 consecutive Premier League games this season to break Ruud van Nistelrooy’s long-standing record, is 9/4 to receive the award, with fellow Foxes man N’Golo Kante a 33/1 outsider.
Harry Kane – also among the Young Player nominees – is 10/1, comfortably the shortest price of the all-London trio who complete the list. Arsenal’s Mesut Ozil and West Ham’s set-piece magician Dimitri Payet are 33/1 apiece.
The destination of the Young Player of the Year award looks even more clear-cut, with 20-year-old Tottenham star Dele Alli 1/6 to claim this personal accolade.
His Spurs teammate Kane is second-favourite at 10/3, and currently leads the top-flight’s scoring charts with an imperious 22 strikes.
Stoke City stopper Jack Butland is 12/1, with Evertonian long-shots Romelu Lukaku (25/1) and 33/1 Ross Barkley joined by Philippe Coutinho, who has impressed at Anfield this season, but is highly unlikely to win here at 50/1.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.