GK: Alex McCarthy (Reading)
The keeper saved a point for his side in a 1-1 draw at QPR when making a succession of fine saves. The pick of the bunch was an astounding diving effort to keep out an Esteban Granero free kick.
RB: Sascha Riether (Fulham)
The German defender was in excellent form in the 2-2 home draw with Everton. Riether made a number of crucial tackles and blocks but his contribution in attack was also vital as it was from his late cross that Steve Sidwell scored a late equaliser.
CB: Gary Caldwell (Wigan)
Dominant in the air and alert on the deck, Caldwell was a key reason why Wigan managed to come away from their trip to Spurs with a 1-0 win as he frustrated the home side time and time again at White Hart Lane.
CB: Steven Taylor (Newcastle)
Liverpool had by far the greater number of chances in Sunday's 1-1 win but while Fabricio Coloccini failed to cope at all with Luis Suarez, Taylor was a colossus at the back as he held the Newcastle defence together.
LB: Patrice Evra (Manchester United)
The United captain for the day enjoyed himself in Saturday's 2-1 win over Arsenal as he snuffed out any threat posed by Aaron Ramsey and even scored his side's second goal when heading home unmarked from close range.
RM: Antonio Valencia (Manchester United)
David Bellion would probably look a world beater up against Andre Santos but Valencia still exploited to the full the vast swathes of space left to him by Arsenal's left-back with a fine performance. However, he did miss one glaring open goal, underlining that providing remains his primary role, not finishing.
CM: Marouane Fellaini (Everton)
Few players have been as impressive as Fellaini in the first 10 games of the season and the Belgian plundered two more goals in a 2-2 draw at Fulham. He had chances for a hat-trick as his physical presence and technical excellence proved a potent mix.
CM: Wes Hoolahan (Norwich City)
Hoolahan won a surprise recall to the Ireland squad last week and celebrated with another influential performance in a 1-0 home win over Stoke. His use of the ball was superb as he sought to play in team-mates and Hoolahan even tried an audacious attempt from the halfway line.
LM: Pablo Hernandez (Swansea City)
Hernandez played on the right at the weekend but we had to shorehorn him in somehow after his performance in a superb 1-1 home draw with Chelsea. Swansea's record signing was influential throughout and scored a fine equaliser.
ST: Wayne Rooney (Manchester United)
Robin van Persie was the name on the scoresheet again but Rooney was key in pulling apart the Arsenal defence. As well as performing his playmaking role creditably, Rooney sat deep to mark Mikel Arteta out of the game and prevent Arsenal from getting their passing game going.
ST: Luis Suarez (Liverpool)
The Uruguayan scored the goal of the weekend in the 1-1 draw at home to Newcastle and everything Liverpool created ran through the elusive forward. He could have had a couple of assists too but for some wasteful finishing from his team-mates.