Each week BetVictor Brand Ambassador Harry Redknapp picks his Premier League Team of the Week, made up of the players who impressed the most from the previous Gameweek.

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Bernd Leno

His heroics kept Fulham in the game against a strong Brighton side who really gave everything they could. He saved the day on a number of occasions, rushing out to the edge of the box, making big saves all over the place and getting the better of any half chances. He really earned his clean sheet and had a huge impact on the game, helping his side to a massive win.

Seamus Coleman

What a performance from the Everton captain. He showed his confidence and determination by winning the game with a beautiful strike from a tight angle. Aside from his great goal, I felt he put in a tremendous shift throughout the game, getting up the pitch when he could but also doing his bit to motivate his side and keep the defence in check. A true captain’s performance.

Tim Ream

I was really impressed by Ream’s composure and class against a Brighton side which dominated the game. He made a vital block in the first half, among other important contributions, and played an instrumental role in Fulham’s defence. He had a proper battle.


He’s impressed me since his recent debut and he didn’t disappoint against City. He had Haaland in his back pocket and really put in a superb performance, carrying out the ball and getting back to make important challenges. He’s a solid and intelligent player and I really think Forest made a great signing.

Ben Davies

There’s been questions asked about his role as a wing-back, but he managed to pull off a superb performance, setting up the winner after a great run and a perfect pass. He looked comfortable in his role and even managed to get a good shot into the side netting. I’ve got no doubts about his ability.

James Ward-Prowse

This lad’s come a long way. He’s developed into a dead-ball specialist and scored another wonderful free kick to give his side the victory. His technique is spot on, and he just keeps on getting it right. He’s on the way to becoming one of the elite free-kick takers, as well as a brilliant overall midfielder.

Amadou Onana

He missed a good chance but this lad has bags of potential and put in a good shift. He throws his weight about and likes to get stuck in. He’s always a threat and I’m looking forward to seeing more of him.

Marcus Tavernier

He made his presence felt on return from his injury and his hard work paid off with a goal. It may have come off his knee but he did a great job of reading the play and getting into the box. Bournemouth continue to impress and having Tavernier fit is a big boost for them.

Marcus Rashford

Rashford seems unstoppable right now and he’s undeniably one of the top strikers in the world at the moment. He got another two in the back of the net and threatened throughout the game. His speed and awareness are a step above. I have to say, it’s great to see him reaching his potential.

Chris Wood

What a time to get his first goal for Forest. It really was a poacher’s goal. He was at the right place at the right time, but he knew exactly what was going on and he showed great resolve to get involved and took his chance. I think if he keeps his consistency, he can really make a difference to this Forest side.

Bukayo Saka

His top performance and super strike make Saka my star man this week. This lad’s got the potential to be considered amongst the elite of world football. I really enjoy watching him and he impressed yet again against Villa, hitting a sweet volley in the back of the net. Arsenal are lucky to have him and he could be the difference for them this season.

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