Goalkeeper- Mignolet (Liverpool)
Everton looked like scoring more if Mignolet hadn’t been in the goal. His performance in the Merseyside derby has once again given him the number one jersey in the team of the week.
Left back- Evra (Manchester United)
Not the tallest of men on the field when it comes to scoring form set pieces. His goal in the first half through a Wayne Rooney corner and an impressive all round performances has allowed us to pick Evra in the team of the week.
Centre Back-Williamson (Newcastle United)
The Newcastle defender put up a good performance against Norwich City that helped his team to continue their good run of form.
Centre Back- Mertesaker (Arsenal)
Mertesaker has been impressive at the heart of defence for the Gunners and played a vital role along with centre back partner Koscielny against the Saints. If remains fit and injury free throughout the campaign can boost Arsenal’s chances for any Silverware.
Right Back- Rangel (Swansea)
Rangel is tipped to be more like a winger than a defender and proves to be an option down the right flank. His contribution at Craven Cottage has earned himself a place in the team of the week.
Left Midfield- Hazard (Chelsea)
His two assist and an impressive run of form earns him a spot on the left midfield for the team of the week
Centre Midfield- Lampard (Chelsea)
It was Lampard’s one of the best performances of the season so far that got him on the score sheet twice and helped his team beat West Ham 3-0
Centre Midfield- Nzonzi (Stoke City)
Nzonzi features in our team of the week as a central midfielder. With a pass completion of 84 percent and a goal to his name, Nzonzi sealed victory for his team at the Britannia Stadium. His partnership with Charlie Adam has provided stability in the midfield for the Potters.
Right Midfield- Navas (Manchester City)
Though the show was steeled by his team mates Negredo and Aguero, Navas opened the scoring for City with just 14 seconds into the game. His presence gave City the extra pace on the wings which they lacked. And a performance which tore Spurs apart.
Striker- Suarez (Liverpool)
Suarez edges out Giroud for a place in the team of the week. The Uruguayan has been in sublime form since his return after the ban. Scoring from a free-kick and causing a problem for the opposition defence, Suarez was a treat to watch at the Merseyside Derby.
Striker- Aguero (Manchester City)
AVB would have thanked Pellegrini for substituting Aguero in the 68th minute, having already scored 2 goals by that time Aguero would have made matters worse for the Spurs defence had he been on the field.