English Premiership

EPL Team of the Week 33

2015-04-20 10:40

Cape Town - After the weekend's English Premiership action, Sport24's Wade Pretorius chooses the EPL Team of the Week.

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English Premiership Team of the Week 33*:

1. Joe Hart (Manchester City) - Despite all the criticism that has come City's way, Joe Hart has had a very good season and made a string of saves against West Ham.

2. Pablo Zabaleta (Manchester City) - Zabaleta was brilliant down the right hand side for City, linking up bringing with the players in advanced positions.

3. Luke Shaw (Manchester United) - Luke Shaw turned in his best performance in the league since joining Manchester United and for me, was better than Chelsea's Cesar Azpilicueta on the day.

4. John Stones (Everton) - A bright future lays ahead for Stones, both at club and country level. Another assured performance from Stones as Everton kept Burnley at bay.

5. Paddy McNair (Manchester United) - A composed performance from the United youngster as he easily dealt with the majority of Chelsea's attacking threats.

6. Morgan Schneiderlin (Southampton) - The French midfielder was brilliant despite Southampton's loss. Surely off to a "bigger" club in the summer...

7. Jesus Navas (Manchester City) - Two assists for Navas earns the Spaniard a spot in this week's team.

8. Nacer Chadli (Tottenham Hotspur) - It's been a fine season for Chadli and the Belgian had another very good outing against Newcastle on Sunday.

9. Eden Hazard (Chelsea) - Hazard, the likely winner of the PFA Player of the Year award, was the difference between Chelsea and United with a clinical finish from Oscar's delightful backheel.

10. Leonardo Ulloa (Leicester City) - Ulloa's first goal since the turn of the year helped the Foxes past Swansea City and in with a chance of avoiding the drop.

11. Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur) - Kane netted his 20th league goal against Newcastle, good enough to earn a place in this prestigious side.

*Note: Players playing in the FA Cup were not considered for selection

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