Ash Hough selects his finest eleven from the weekend.


David De Gea

Once again the Spaniard impressed in keeping a clean sheet against QPR as United won 2-0, again reinforcing his position as one of best ‘keepers in the league.


Daley Blind

Looked solid in helping De Gea keep his clean sheet and also showed some creative play going forward.

Nacho Monreal

Most of the Arsenal team could be in his week but Monreal played a big part in the Gunners seeing off Manchester City, winning a penalty and helping his side keep a clean sheet.

Branislav Ivanovic

Ivanovic again impressed defensively and going forward in Chelsea’s 5-0 thrashing of Swansea and set up the fifth goal for Andre Schurrle.

Laurent Koscielny

The Arsenal man helped keep Sergio Aguero quiet for 90 minutes and that says enough for itself but also made vital interceptions to help guide his side to a 2-0 win.


Nemanja Matic

The Chelsea man was pulling the strings with Cesc Fabregas as Chelsea eased past Swansea as his impressive first season continued.


The Brazilian scored twice and was a creative threat throughout for Chelsea in their 5-0 win.

Eljero Elia

The Dutchman scored twice in Southampton’s win over Newcastle as he settled in to his loan spell with the Saints quickly.

Jordan Henderson

The Liverpool skipper for the game against Villa stepped up with a captain’s performance as he assisted a goal for Borini in the Reds’ 2-0 win.


Diego Costa

The ‘Spanish’ forward looked unstoppable against Swansea, grabbing two goals and looking a threat all game as Chelsea bolstered their claim for the title.

Dwight Gayle

The Palace forward seems to have settled into life under Pardew quickly as he grabbed two goals as they came from two goals down against Burnley to win 3-2.