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    Team of the Week 28

    Formation: 5-3-2

    Manager: Alan Pardew
    The Crystal Palace boss pulled off another impressive victory with a 3-1 win against London rivals West Ham at the Boleyn Ground. Palace are now 8 points clear of the relegation zone and look a completely different side under Pardew's reign.

    Fabianski: The Swansea goalkeeper was in fine form at Burnley, pulling off six saves to keep a clean sheet and help extend the Swans' recent good run of form. The pick of the saves was when Fabianski stood up and held his position to block a close range shot from Ashley Barnes.

    Janmaat: Newcastle United's right back had a fantastic game at both ends of the pitch against the struggling Aston Villa. Janmaat provided the only goal of the game when his cross was met by Papiss Cisse. The Dutch defender also helped his side keep a clean sheet to record John Carver's first home win at the club.

    Wilson: The Stoke City defender helped to maintain the Potter's reputation of being hard to break down, assisting his team's back line in restricting Hull City to just one shot in the 90 minutes. The 1-0 victory keeps Stoke in the top half of the table.

    Wollscheid: Another member of Stoke's defence, the Bayer Leverkusen loanee proved to be a rock at the back helping to restrict the visitors to having no shots on target in the entire game. The victory helps to improve Stoke's home record which has been letting down their fantastic away form this season.

    Bellerin: The Arsenal full - back was up and down the right wing for the entire game causing Everton's young Lake Garbutt a number of problems. Bellerin looked composed throughout the game and kept Kevin Mirallas quiet to help keep a clean sheet for his team as Arsenal won 2-0 and moved back into third in the league. 

    Dann: The Crystal Palace defender was strong at the back as his side won 3-1 away to West Ham to keep up their good run of form. Dann was influential at the other end too, as he climbed above Winston Reid and powered in a Jason Puncheon corner for his fourth goal of the season.

    Puncheon: The Crystal Palace playmaker was the star of the weekend, creating all three goals in their impressive away victory against the Hammers. The first goal came from a problematic corner that Puncheon delivered, resulting in Glenn Murray heading in his first goal of the game. A second corner was met by Scott Dann for the second and Puncheon's hat - trick of assists was complete when his free - kick created a second for Murray.

    Coutinho: The Liverpool midfielder was outstanding at Anfield as Liverpool recorded an important 2-1 win against Manchester City in their quest for a Champions League place. Coutinho was involved in every flowing move created by The Reds and scored another long range wonder goal for the second week running.

    Ozil: Arsenal's World Cup winning playmaker was on fine form in their 2-0 victory over Everton, creating both goals for the Gunners. The deadlock was broken when the German's corner found Olivier Ground, before Ozil played through Tomas Rosicky for the second goal of the game.

    Rooney: The England captain scored the only goals of the game as Manchester United beat Sunderland 2-0 at Old Trafford. Rooney scored the opener with a powerful penalty, before heading in a poachers effort from a few yards when the ball rebounded to him off Costel Pantillimon. 

    Murray: Crystal Palace's striker was almost the hero last weekend against Arsenal and he found the target with two goals against West Ham on Saturday. Murray scored the opener from Jason Puncheon's corner with a header, before the same combination worked again to score Palace's third. However, the striker's performance was tainted when he got sent off for two bookable offences.

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    Item Reviewed: Team of the Week 28 Rating: 5 Reviewed By: Chris Lincoln
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