The resumption of the Premier League following its suspension has resulted in a number of changes but none are more stark than Kevin De Bruyne's rapid rise to being favorite to win the PFA's Premier League Player Of The Year award.
The Belgian maestro was as long as +400 to win the award just four weeks ago, since then a number of breathtaking displays have caused the Man City star to shorten to being the +110 favorite with DraftKings.
At +110 it indicates that the 29-year old has an implied probability of 47.6% to win the award ahead of Liverpool duo Jordan Henderson (+200) and Sadio Mane (+350) who have an implied probability of 33.3% and 22.2% respectively.
Could a Liverpool player win PFA Player Of The Year?
Liverpool have had a stellar season so it's no surprise they feature heavily in the betting but it's still shocking to see that after the Man City sensation the next six favorites all play their football at Anfield.
Amongst that list of Liverpool stars are last season's winner Virgil Van Dijk (+1000) and the 17/18 winner Mohamed Salah (+2000)
Has a Man City player ever won the PFA Player Of The Year?
Incredibly given their recent success there has never been a Manchester City player receiving this trophy. Although current Man City player Riyad Mahrez did winner the award during his spell at Leicester City.