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Opinion: EPL Team of the Week For Gameweek 27 as Man United, Chelsea & Arsenal Stars Feature

David De Gea

The Spanish goalkeeper was call into action on several occasions in the game at Old Trafford against Southampton and ensured United's 10-man team didn't concede with his world class saves to deny the opposition attackers.


The England international contributed offensively to help the Magpies end their winless run in five games, made the assist for Alexander Isak's opener which paved the way for the win against Wolverhampton Wanderers

Ben Chilwell

The former Leicester City player delivered against his former employers with a stunning goal to help Chelsea end their disappointing away run in the league, his crosses made the backline panic on a couples of occasions.

Gabriel Magalhaes

Another solid and composed performance in defence from the Brazilian centre-back, utilised his aerial strength at the other end of the pitch to net the opener for the North Londoners.

Lisandro Martinez

After Casemiro was sent off, The Argentina international performed brilliantly to snuff out dangers from.the Southampton players, his sharp turns, composure and passes were also impressive.


Enzo Fernandez

Made the game easy for the Blues in the centre of the park, with his mind blowing passes which led to one of the goals against the Foxes.


Positively made his presence felt with his quick passes, work rate and at the end capped his performance with a fantastic volley to seal the West Londoners win.


Wasn't really influential in the game against Fulham, but delivered at the crucial moment when the team needed him, scored a brilliant goal to ensured three points for the North Londoners.


Delivered a masterclass performance in the game vs Fulham, had hand in all goals scored by the Gunners & also made history in the English Premier League with those three assists.

Harry Kane

Popped up with a brace in Tottenham Hotspur 3-1 win over Nottingham Forest to boost his side hopes of making it into next campaign's Champions league

Mc Neil

The Ex-Burnley winger lone goal in the match vs Brentford help Sean Dyche's Everton move from the relegation zone.

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