English Premiership

EPL Team of the Week 30

2015-03-23 13:13
Juan Mata (AFP)

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 30:

1. Adrian (West Ham) - Not a particularly headline grabbing weekend for goalkeepers in the league as Adrian (3 saves) earns his place in this side for the first time.

2. Ryan Bertrand (Southampton) - An assist and a clean sheet for the Southampton star, who looks set to move on to a bigger club in the off-season.

3. Nathaniel Clyne (Southampton) - Joins fellow Saints defender, Bertrand, in this week's team as he also contributed with an assist and a clean sheet.

4. Chris Smalling (Manchester United) - Last week he took care of Harry Kane and this week he did a good job on Daniel Sturridge.

5. Ashley Williams (Swansea) - Makes a return to this team and rightly so after marshaling the Swansea defence, which kept a valuable clean sheet on the road.

6. Santi Cazorla (Arsenal) - Sneaks into the team ahead of Marouane Fellaini - Cazorla is incredibly underrated and kept Arsenal in front against Newcastle.

7. David Silva (Manchester City) - Silva was in splendid form as City breezed past a potentially trick home fixture against West Brom.

8. Juan Mata - (Manchester United) - The Spaniard was sublime against Liverpool who capped off his afternoon by scoring THAT goal in his match-winning performance at Anfield.

9. Eden Hazard (Chelsea) - Hazard is keeping the Blues afloat at the moment and again was the spark Mourinho's men needed to see off Hull City.

10. Diafra Sakho - (West Ham United) - Sealed all three points for the Hammers as he popped up late to prevent Sunderland a share of the spoils. Edged Crystal Palace's Glenn Murray to make the team.

11. Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur) - A Premier League hat-trick meant it was impossible to leave out the "HurriKane" from this lineup.

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