GK: Simon Mignolet (Sunderland)
The Belgian kept a clean sheet in a 1-0 home win over Wigan Athletic and the highlight of his afternoon was a tremendous safe to deny Arouna Kone in the first half.
DF: Jan Vertonghen (Tottenham)
Another member of Belgium's possible golden generation, the defender was in exemplary form as Spurs secured a first win at Old Trafford since 1989. Vertonghen opened the scoring after two minutes.
DF: Jonas Olsson (West Brom)
The Baggies centre-back made a number of crucial clearances in his side's 1-1 draw at home to Villa and was calmness personified as he tidied up time and again at the back.
DF: John Terry (Chelsea)
It was a difficult build-up to the game for the Chelsea skipper but he responded in typical fashion, defying the boos to help his side record a 2-1 win at Arsenal.
DF: Andre Wisdom (Liverpool)
Making his first Premier League start at the age of 19, Wisdom joined fellow teenagers Suso and Raheem Sterling in the starting XI and had an accomplished performance at left-back.
MD: Kevin Mirallas (Everton)
The third Belgian in our team, Mirallas continued his rapid adaptation to English football with another fine display in a 3-1 win over Southampton and also set up Jelavic for his first goal.
MD: Juan Mata (Chelsea)
The Spain international scored the crucial second goal at Emirates Stadium but was highly influential throughout, creating the first goal for Fernando Torres with a fantastic free kick.
MD: Brett Holman (Aston Villa)
Another player who has made a good impact following a summer move to these shores, the Australia international was a threat throughout with his crossing and went close to scoring in the first half.
FD: Luis Suarez (Liverpool)
A second hat-trick at Norwich in consecutive seasons for the Uruguayan forward, who tormented the Canaries with some classy finishing. This was Suarez at his best, and he could have claimed even more.
FD: Peter Crouch (Stoke City)
Two goals from the striker condemned Swansea to a 2-0 defeat, but he also headed against the woodwork with 10 minutes remaining as he created no end of problems for a team in a slump.
FD: Nikica Jelavic (Everton)
The big Croatian scored twice at home to Southampton, the first with a finish into the bottom corner and the second a header from a Seamus Coleman cross. He could have scored a couple more as well.