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Sky Sports has revealed who has clocked the fastest speed in the Premier League this season.

Leicester's Jamie Vardy has recorded the fastest speed, after he was clocked at 35.44km/h in his side's 2-1 win at West Ham this season.

TRACAB, a supplier to the Premier League, uses advanced image-processing technology to determine the position of all moving objects in the field of play at a rapid 25 times per second.

This technology makes it possible to establish accurate data showing the top speeds that a player reaches during a Premier League game.

Top 20 fastest speeds clocked by Premier League players this season:

20.Yannick Bolasie — 34.33km/h in Crystal Palace v Norwich

19.Wilfried Zaha — 34.39km/h in Crystal Palace v Arsenal

18.Willian — 34.42km/h in Chelsea v Swansea

17.James McArthur — 34.47km/h in Crystal Palace v Manchester City

16.Tommy Elphick — 34.50km/h in Bournemouth v Leicester

15.Theo Walcott — 34.58km/h in Arsenal v Stoke

14.Kyle Walker — 34.60km/h in Tottenham v Manchester United

13.Kyle Walker — 34.63km/h in Tottenham v Stoke

12.Alan Hutton — 34.66km/h in Aston Villa v Sunderland

11.Moussa Sissoko — 34.68km/h in Newcastle v Arsenal

10.Mame Biram Diouf — 34.71km/h in Stoke v Tottenham

9. Cedric Soares — 34.74km/h in Southampton v Watford

8. Wes Morgan — 34.76km/h in Leicester v Bournemouth

7. Carl Jenkinson — 34.80km/h in West Ham v Bournemouth

6. Carl Jenkinson — 34.89km/h in West Ham v Leicester

5. Jamie Vardy — 34.95km/h in Leicester v Bournemouth

4. Mame Biram Diouf — 34.97km/h in Stoke v Norwich

3. Marc Albrighton — 35.00km/h in Leicester v Bournemouth

2. Jeffrey Schlupp — 35.26km/h in Leicester v Bournemouth

1. Jamie Vardy — 35.44km/h in Leicester v West Ham

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