Sports Mole's Team of the Week

Fernando Torres
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It was goals galore at both ends of the Premier League this weekend as nets up and down the country rippled a whopping 34 times. Here, Sports Mole picks out the best XI.

It was goals galore at both ends of the Premier League this weekend as nets up and down the country rippled a whopping 34 times. Here, Sports Mole picks out its best XI.

Shay Given - Aston Villa
As tempting as it was to put teammate Alan Hutton in for his goalline save against West Brom, Given's last-gasp stop from Peter Odemwingie could prove valuable for struggling Villa.

Kyle Walker - Spurs
The 21-year-old capped a week in which he was named PFA Young Player of the Year by scoring a stunning free kick in Sunday's win over Blackburn.
John Heitinga - Everton
The Toffees' hard man let nothing get past him as his side romped to a 4-0 victory over Fulham.
John Terry - Chelsea
Always seeming to find the net following controversy, the Blues' captain helped ease the pain of his sending off against Barcelona with a goal against QPR.
Emmerson Boyce - Wigan
It's rare for a Latics defender to make it into this select XI, but a clean sheet and assist versus Newcastle has seen Boyce get the nod.

Matt Jarvis - Wolves
The wily winger grabbed a brace in Saturday's ridiculous 4-4 draw at Swansea.
Shaun Maloney - Wigan
It's no coincidence that the Latics' resurgence has come with the Scot's return to the side. Found the net again in Saturday's 4-0 thrashing of Newcastle.
Steven Gerrard - Liverpool
The Reds' skipper was at his marauding best against a hapless Norwich.
Victor Moses - Wigan
The Nigerian's stock has kept on rising following his two goals against the Magpies.

Luis Suarez - Liverpool
The controversial striker was in the headlines for the right reasons after a sublime hat-trick against Norwich. His third, a sweeping lob over John Ruddy, has to be one of the goals of the season.
Fernando Torres - Chelsea
The other hat-trick of the weekend came from the man who helped fund Suarez's move to Anfield last year. The Spaniard is hitting form at the perfect time for the Blues.

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CLeicester CityLeicester382312368363281
2Arsenal382011765362971
3Tottenham HotspurSpurs381913669353470
4Manchester CityMan City381991071413066
5Manchester UnitedMan Utd381991049351466
6Southampton381891159411863
7West Ham UnitedWest Ham381614865511462
8Liverpool3816121063501360
9Stoke CityStoke38149154155-1451
10Chelsea381214125953650
11Everton381114135955447
12Swansea CitySwansea381211154252-1047
13Watford38129174050-1045
14West Bromwich AlbionWest Brom381013153448-1443
15Crystal Palace38119183951-1242
16Bournemouth38119184567-2242
17Sunderland38912174862-1439
RNewcastle UnitedNewcastle38910194465-2137
RNorwich CityNorwich3897223967-2834
RAston Villa3838272776-4917