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Top Three Right-backs In The English Premier League (OPINION)


Right-backs are considered defenders. A modern right-back, on the other hand, must play like a winger in order to assist the team's forwards. This is why there have been so many goals scored by right-backs in the English Premier League this season. Some of them have also aided their teammates numerous times. Many Premier League fans, on the other hand, have questioned who is the best right-back in the English Premier League right now. Let's take a closer look at the English Premier League's top three right-backs.

1. Reece James

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When James was at Stamford Bridge, he was managed by Frank Lampard, and he became famous. He has swiftly established himself as one of the English Premier League's most gifted young players. In the English Premier League, he has already scored four goals. This season, the English defender has also scored one goal in the UEFA Champions League. This season, James has five assists across all competitions. He is now the top right-back in the English Premier League, according to his remarkable statistics.

2. Joao Cancelo

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This season, he has performed admirably under Pep Guardiola's guidance. This season in the UEFA Champions League, the Portuguese star has two goals and three assists. This season, he has yet to score in the Premier League. It's worth noting that he has three assists in the league. When it comes to defensive prowess, he isn't quite as good as Reece James.

3. Trent Alexander-Arnold

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He was once considered the best right-back in England's Premier League. In the last 10 months, though, his form has deteriorated. In the English Premier League so far this season, he has one goal and six assists. This season, he has also contributed three assists in the UEFA Champions League.

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