The six players with the most combined votes will enter the Premier League Hall of Fame.
Fowler was among the most instinctive goal-poachers in Premier League history. Rarely needing time or space to strike, he scored 128 of his 163 Premier League goals for his local club Liverpool.
This included the fastest Premier League hat-trick at the time, as he scored three times in just four minutes and 33 seconds against Arsenal in August 1994, a record that stood for more than two decades.
He was fourth in the overall goal ranking when he played his final PL match in 2008/09, and now sits eighth.
“I think the nickname ‘God’ sums it up really. He was a god to the fans but also the young players in the dressing room, growing up wanting to emulate his success.” - Michael Owen
Fowler has scored more Premier League goals than any other Liverpool player, with his total of 128.
The striker's 28 PL goals in 1995/96 remain the most by an Englishman for Liverpool in a single season.
Fowler scored 35 times in 61 PL appearances as a teenager between 1993 and 1995. Only Michael Owen has scored more PL goals in his teens, with 40.