Ash Hough selects his finest eleven from the weekend.


Ben Foster

There were many errors in the goalkeeper area this weekend but Foster managed to have a solid game and keep a clean sheet in Albion’s 1-0 win against Hull.


Branislav Ivanovic

The Serbian had an influential role Chelsea’s 2-0 win, keeping a clean sheet and contributing going forwards down the right wing.


Laurent Koscielny

The Arsenal man kept a clean sheet and scored the opener against stoke in a tough aerial battle.


Jose Fonte

The Portuguese International defender kept United’s attack at bay and denied them any shots on target in their 1-0 victory at Old Trafford.


Paul Konchesky

The Leicester city man scored a crucial goal for their survival effort to secure a 1-0 win against Aston Villa and also helped keep a clean sheet.


Lazar Markovic

The Serbian International finally began to show glimpses of his best to the Liverpool fans as he scored the only goal in a 1-0 win against Sunderand.


Scott Arfield

The Burnley man scored a superb solo goal and played a big role in the Clarets’ relegation-battle win against QPR.


Jason Puncheon

The Palace midfielder scored the winner as the Eagles edged past Spurs and helped his side get past an in form Tottenham.


Alexis Sanchez

The Chilean was the only premier league player to score two or more goals this weekend and once again played an excellent game for the Gunners.


Andy Carroll

Carroll looked to be getting to his best and scored an excellent goal in West Ham’s draw against Swansea


Dusan Tadic

The Southampton man scored the only goal as they leapfrogged United into third and impressed all over the pitch.

Goal of the weekend:

This has to be Andy Carroll’s as he showed good control and quick feet before unleashing a shot into the top corner.