Sports Mole's Team of the Week

Nikica Jelavic
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As the Premier League title race takes another dramatic twist on a goal-heavy weekend, Sports Mole selects its Team of the Week.

As the Premier League title race took another dramatic twist on a goal-heavy weekend, Sports Mole has selected its Team of the Week.

Ben Foster - West Brom
The Baggies shotstopper gave a heroic performance between the sticks as his side snatched a victory over Liverpool at Anfield.

Gretar Steinsson - Bolton
Steinsson put in the sort of dogged display against Swansea that the struggling Trotters need at this time of the season.
Fabricio Coloccini - Newcastle
The shaggy Argentine fought fire with fire against a physical Stoke side as the Magpies took one step closer to Champions League football.
Liam Ridgewell - West Brom
Like his goalkeeper, the centre-back put his body on the line to keep out a dominant Liverpool before leaving Anfield with an unlikely win.
Gael Givet - Blackburn
Plenty had been said about the Frenchman's state of mind before Saturday's triumph over Norwich, but there were no doubts after the match that he is committed to the cause.

Junior Hoilett - Blackburn
The pesky Canadian caused visiting Norwich all sorts of problems during his side's vital win at Ewood Park.
Yohan Cabaye - Newcastle
The combative midfielder showed that he has an eye for goal as his brace against Stoke saw the Magpies finally enter the top four.
Steven Pienaar - Everton
The loan signing was tireless in Sunday's bizarre 4-4 draw at Old Trafford.
Scott Sinclair - Swansea
The tricky winger rifled in an unstoppable strike as the Welsh club left Bolton with a point.

Papiss Cisse - Newcastle
Yet more goals for the powerful Senegalese striker, this time against a hapless Stoke.
Nikica Jelavic - Everton
The Croatian, who is now the Toffees top scorer this season with six goals, found the net with two typically impressive finishes at Old Trafford.

Peter Odemwingie
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Tables
TeamPWDLFAGDPTS
1Manchester CityMan City33009369
2Chelsea33007259
3Manchester UnitedMan Utd33006159
4Everton32104227
5Hull City32014226
6Middlesbrough31203215
7Tottenham HotspurSpurs31203215
8Arsenal31116514
9Leicester CityLeicester31113304
10West Bromwich AlbionWest Brom31112204
11Liverpool311156-14
12West Ham UnitedWest Ham310235-23
13Burnley310224-23
14Swansea CitySwansea310224-23
15Southampton302124-22
16Sunderland301235-21
17Crystal Palace301213-21
18Watford301236-31
19Bournemouth301225-31
20Stoke CityStoke301226-41