GK: Kelvin Davis (Southampton)
Sunderland might have beaten Southampton at St Mary's but the home keeper was in fine form nonetheless.
RB: Dwight Tiendalli (Swansea City)
The Dutchman was making only his second league start for Swansea against Manchester United but played a key role in a 1-1 draw.
CB: Ryan Shawcross (Stoke City)
It was a toss-up between Shawcross and his defensive partner Robert Huth, who were both immense in keeping Tottenham at bay all day long. The captain edged it for his influential leadership.
CB: Ashley Williams (Swansea City)
It was an outstanding display by the Wales international against Manchester United. He seemed to be in the right place at the right time in making a series of superb challenges.
LB: John O'Shea (Sunderland)
Proved a real class act at the back alongside Carlos Cuellar as they came away from a trip to Southampton with a 1-0 win.
CM: Frank Lampard (Chelsea)
Impressed in an 8-0 win over Aston Villa with his distribution and goal from the midfield area. Showed he is worth a new deal before being replaced by Ramires on 61 minutes.
CM: Leon Osman (Everton)
Was the creative heart of everything the away side did going forward in a 2-1 win at West Ham, and showed some lovely touches in tight spaces.
AMR: Stewart Downing (Liverpool)
A goal, an assist and an all-round display of excellence against Fulham from a player who has not been universally admired since joining the club.
AMC: David Silva (Manchester City)
The Spaniard produced some sumptuous touches and was full of invention in a 1-0 win against Reading. He supplied the crucial cross for Gareth Barry to head home.
AML: Kemy Agustien (Swansea City)
Another somewhat unlikely hero, Agustien was a constant menace for Swansea as they secured an unexpected point at home to United.
ST: Fernando Torres (Chelsea)
Continued his fine run of form under Rafa Benitez with the opening goal in the rout of Villa.