GK: Julio Cesar (QPR)
While most of the home players could be commended for their defensive work, the Rangers goalkeeper once again earned man of the match honours with a spotless display between the sticks against Manchester City.
RB: Sascha Riether (Fulham)
It’s rare that a full-back gets a man of the match award, but Riether was excellent throughout the whole game against West Ham.
CB: Titus Bramble (Sunderland)
A rock at the back for Sunderland as they held Swansea City to a 0-0 draw at home.
CB: Ryan Nelsen (QPR)
The defender's final game before leaving for FC Toronto was an exceptional one as he helped keep Manchester City at bay in a 0-0 draw.
LB: Leighton Baines (Everton)
Scored twice and could even have had a hat-trick in a 2-1 win over West Brom. First class in every department.
RM: Jordan Henderson (Liverpool)
The midfielder has often been the target of criticism but he had a fine night at Arsenal, scoring the second goal with a good individual effort.
CM: Yohan Cabaye (Newcastle)
The French midfielder scored a tremendous goal and was influential throughout a 2-1 win over Aston Villa.
CM: Roger Espinoza (Wigan)
A constant menace with his pace and trickery, especially in the second half. Recovered well from a booking to play a big part in both goals for Wigan
LM: Gareth Bale (Tottenham Hotspur)
Worthy of the champagne for one of the goals of the season against Norwich, although he was otherwise Spurs’ best player.
FW: Wayne Rooney (Manchester United)
The forward contributed to United’s play in a typical all-action performance, while finding the net twice with clinical finishes to decide the match against Southampton.
FW: Adam Le Fondre (Reading)
After coming on with just 35 minutes of the game remaining against Chelsea, the super sub was at it again to once again rescue his side with two superb finishes to grab an unlikely point.