1. Leighton Baines - 2.8 Accurate Crosses Per Game (38 Appearances)
Leighton Baines had a brilliant 2012/13 campaign at Goodison Park and he earned himself a spot on the PFA team of the year.
Arguably the best left-back in the Premier League, Baines possesses a unique blend of competent defending with unbeleivable creativity from the left-back position.
The partnership between him and Steven Pienaar presented nightmares for teams trying to defend the Toffees' left side. Crosses proved to be a vital element to the Everton attack as they looked for big targets Anichebe, Jelavic and Fellaini up top.
Proving to be a dynamic creative weapon, Baines was the most accurate crosser in the Premier League, converting 106/353 crosses for an average of 2.8 accurate crosses per game.