QPR’s Matt Phillips is one of the Premier League’s most in-form midfielders.
The Scottish wideman has created an average of one goal-scoring chance for every 23.2 minutes in Premier League games according to data from Opta.
That’s more frequently than any other player to have played in three or more of the last six Premier League game weeks.
Phillips is followed by Christian Eriksen, with the Tottenham midfielder setting up a teammate once every 23.3 minutes on average.
Eden Hazard comes third (one every 25 minutes), Mark Noble of West Ham fourth (one every 26.8 minutes) and Spurs’ Mousa Dembele fifth (one every 28.5 minutes).
However, Eden Hazard and Jason Puncheon have created more chances in total than any other midfielder in the league over the last six games.
The Chelsea and Crystal Palace players have both set up 18 chances for their teammates.
That’s one more than Eriksen who has created 17 chances.
Arsenal's Mesut Ozil, who could face Rangers tonight , has set up 14 chances, the same number as Burnley defender Kieran Trippier.
That’s also the top rate in the league at the moment, with Stephen Ireland (one every 95 minutes) coming second.
Mesut Ozil has made four assists in 436 minutes of play - an average of once every 109 minutes.
Swansea’s Modou Barrow has an assist for every 133 minutes, as does Geoff Cameron of Stoke.
Jason Puncheon and Mesut Ozil have both made four assists in the last six game weeks, making them the league’s top assistors on volume alone.
David Silva and Santi Cazorla are the only midfielders to have scored three league goals in the last six game weeks.
However, the midfielders have averaged a goal every 160.7 and 172.7 minutes respectively, which both fall short of the best ratio.
Theo Walcott has scored twice in 155 minutes, an average of one every 77.5 minutes - the best record in the league.
Yoan Gouffran has scored one every 137 minutes, giving him the second best record of a midfielder in the league.
James Milner comes third with a goal every 140.5 minutes, followed by Jonathan Walters (one every 150 minutes), and then David Silva with one every 160.7 minutes.