Sports Mole's Team of the Week

Nathan Dyer
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After another unpredictable weekend in the Premier League, Sports Mole compiles the 11 players it thinks made their mark.

After another unpredictable weekend in the Premier League, Sports Mole picks the 11 players who made their mark.

Paul Robinson (Blackburn): Back in the side following injury, the former England number one provided the solid base for a vital Rovers win against Fulham.

Davide Santon (Newcastle): Showed plenty of flair on the flanks for the Magpies during their win over QPR.

Rio Ferdinand (Man United): There's still question marks over the centre-back, but his performance against Bolton showed why, when fit, he's one of the first names on the team sheet at Old Trafford.

Fabricio Coloccini (Newcastle): A typically unflappable showing from the Argentine as Alan Pardew's side marches on.

Stephen Ward (Wolves): The full-back played his part in a Wolves team that frustrated high-flying Spurs at White Hart Lane.

Nathan Dyer (Swansea): The winger was a persistent nuisance in Swansea's deserved win against Arsenal.

Paul Scholes (Man United): Making his first Premier League start in over six months, the midfielder capped his return to Old Trafford with a typically-timed goal.

Leon Britton (Swansea): The midfielder's slick passing wouldn't have been out of place in the Arsenal team he helped defeat.

Seb Larsson (Sunderland): Provided much-needed creativity during the Black Cats' narrow defeat at Stamford Bridge.

Steven Fletcher (Wolves): His goal at White Hart Lane proved once again that he could be the difference between survival and relegation for Mick McCarthy's side this season.

Steve Morison (Norwich): A last-minute winner at West Brom was just rewards for a confident display.

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