Six players who stood out for their Premier League clubs in February have been nominated for the EA SPORTS Player of the Month award.
Will Romelu Lukaku's five goals for Everton enable him to pip Tottenham Hotspur's Harry Kane, who claimed four, or will the form of David Silva or Gabriel Jesus in helping Manchester City to three wins out of three be enough?
Can Eldin Jakupovic claim the award after a fine month in Hull City's goal, or wil defender Gareth McAuley's goalscoring exploits be rewarded?
The EA SPORTS Player of the Month award is decided by a combination of a public vote via premierleague.com, counting for 10%, and those from a panel of Premier League experts and current club captains.
You have until 23.59 GMT on Monday, 6 March and the winner will be revealed on Friday, 10 March.
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The Everton forward scored the most Premier League goals in February, with five in total. Four came in one match as AFC Bournemouth were unable to handle the Belgium forward.
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The Spaniard has been at the heart of Man City's scintillating displays as they won all three matches in February. He scored one goal but no-one created more than his eight chances.
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The Brazilian signed in January has had a quick impact, scoring his first goal in his second league start and both strikes in the 2-1 win over Swansea before injury struck against AFC Bournemouth.
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The veteran central defender has not only made West Brom difficult to beat but his threat at set-pieces brought two goals in February, including the winner against AFC Bournemouth.
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The Hull goalkeeper's heroics kept Man Utd at bay in the 0-0 draw at Old Trafford and thwarted Liverpool in the 2-0 win at the KCOM Stadium. In total he made 16 saves across the month.
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The Spurs striker's prolific form continued in February with four goals, scoring the only one to beat Middlesbrough and a hat-trick that eased his team past Stoke City 4-0, setting up the other goal for Dele Alli.
January Dele Alli (Tottenham Hotspur)
December Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Man Utd)
November Diego Costa (Chelsea)
October Eden Hazard (Chelsea)
September Son Heung-min (Tottenham Hotspur)
August Raheem Sterling (Man City)