Sergio Aguero – Real Madrid (Manchester City) This will be a difficult year for the Argentine.
His club has been relegated from La Liga for the second time in two seasons, and he will be looking to regain his best form before his new contract expires in 2020.
He has scored six goals in 12 appearances this season, but his form has been inconsistent.
The 28-year-old was only at the club for one season in 2016-17 and only three in the last four years.
Mesut Ozil – Arsenal (Arsenal) The Gunners are one of the few clubs to have scored 20 or more goals in a season this season.
The Guns have struggled in recent weeks, with only two wins in their last seven matches.
Ozil has scored 25 goals in 33 games this season and is a key part of Arsenal’s attack.
Alexis Sanchez – Barcelona (Barcelona) Barcelona has never won La Liga with so many players on the bench.
Sanchez is one of those players.
He is a proven goalscorer and the Barca forward is also the team’s most consistent scorer.
Sanchez has scored 28 goals in 39 games this campaign, the best return by a Barcelona player this season so far.
Kylian Mbappe – Monaco (Monaco) The Monaco striker is a top-class talent and has scored 23 goals in his last 24 appearances for the French champions.
He may struggle to recapture his best season but he is an effective threat and will be vital to any title challenge.
Romelu Lukaku – Everton (Everton) Lukaku is the best young striker in Europe, but the 21-year old has not had a great season for Everton.
The Belgian has scored 16 goals in 18 appearances this term and is in fine form.
He could be a threat to Manchester United in the title race.
David Luiz – Chelsea (Chelsea) Chelsea’s form has not been good since the summer and Luiz is a big reason for that.
He scored 11 goals in 20 league games this term, the most goals scored by a Chelsea player in a single season.
Romain Grosjean – Sauber (Sauber) Gros.
Jean is the top scorer in F1 this season but the French driver is struggling to find consistency in the race for a place in the championship.
He needs to be at the front of the championship pack if he is to repeat as world champion.
Edinson Cavani – AS Monaco (AS Monaco) Cavani is a force in F3 this season with his quickness, pace and agility.
He will be crucial to AS Monaco’s hopes of making a run at the title.
Daniil Kvyat – Sauzo (Sao Paulo) The Russian is one to watch in F4 this season as he is still learning the ropes of F3.
T is a threat in the midfield and his pace and acceleration will be key to Sauzo’s title hopes.
Fernando Alonso – McLaren (McLaren) Alonso is one for the future as he will likely start the year in McLaren’s F3 car.
He won the drivers’ title last season but has been struggling in the final three races of the season.
Daniel Ricciardo – Ferrari (Ferrari) Ricciard is a world champion and a great driver, but he has struggled in his first season back in F2.
Sergio Perez – Sau Paulo (Sauda) The Brazilian is another player to watch, having already won the F1 drivers’ championship last year.
He missed the last two races of this season due to illness, but is one great driver who has an exciting future ahead of him.
Dani Alves – Sauzburg (Sachsenhausen) Alves has been a great scorer for Sauzburys last two seasons and could be another contender for the title this season if he can continue scoring goals like he did last year and continue to show his pace in F7.
Marco Reus – Saullen (Schalke) Reus has been at the forefront of Schalke’s attacking game this season thanks to his speed and agility, but it may be a struggle for the Bundesliga team to get back to where they were last season.
Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull (Red Bull) Vettel is the most experienced driver in Formula 1, but will he be the one to lead the Red Bull team to the title next season?
He scored 17 goals in 30 F1 races last season, which is a far cry from the 21 goals he scored in 40 F1 outings in 2016.
Romulo Funes Mori – Valencia (Valencia) The former Ferrari driver is in great form and has been linked with the Ferrari factory for the next three years.
Valencia are yet to win a championship this season despite scoring 20 goals