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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Daniel Iversen

In goal this week it’s an easy one, Daniel Iversen. Leicester have had issues in goal since Schmeichel left but Iversen was outstanding against Everton and made some great saves. If he can keep this form up, it should settle the defence down and give the team a big lift for the last few games of the season.

Kieran Trippier

Kieran Trippier has made my side quite a few times this season, what a top player he is. It was a typical Trippier performance against Southampton, he was so positive and so involved in all of Newcastle’s good play. He’s been one of the most creative players in the league this season and he must be nailed on to get a spot in the team of the season.

Luke Shaw

Luke Shaw has a good season and gets in my side again this week. He’s made that centre-half position his own, every credit to the lad. He gives United extra speed at the back and great composure on the ball. Luke’s added a lot to his game this season, I’ve been impressed.

Victor Lindelof

They played alongside each other at the weekend and I’m picking him here, Victor Lindelof. He’s had some difficult moments in a United shirt, but he can be a very good centre-half, and has been excellent in the last couple of weeks. He scored the winning penalty against Brighton and that looks to have given him a real confidence-boost, he was fantastic against Villa.

Pervis Estupinan

Next up, Pervis Estupinan. Losing Cucurella to Chelsea was a blow, but this lad has come in and done a fantastic job, he might even be an improvement. Brighton were brilliant at the weekend and Estupinan was right at the heart of it. He was so positive all game and got a nice assist as well.

Wilfried Zaha

Wilfried Zaha was at his best against West Ham. What an entertaining game it was at Selhurst Park and Zaha was key to that. He got himself a goal and every time he had the ball, he was looking to take his man on and be a threat. I’m not sure what’s going to happen with him over the summer, but Palace will obviously be desperate to keep him.

Jefferson Lerma

Jefferson Lerma was terrific again for Bournemouth. I’ve loved what I’ve been seeing from this side in the last few weeks and that was another great win at the weekend. Lerma got things started with two good finishes. The first goal was a lovely goal, a controlled finish into the top corner. It’s been the best scoring season of his Bournemouth career, every credit to the lad for working on that side of his game.

Curtis Jones

I’m a big fan of Curtis Jones, there’s a top player in there. He’s got a lovely touch and he seems a natural player with the ball at his feet, he always seems to have time on the ball. For Curtis to take that next step, he needs to start adding more goals and assists. He did that against Spurs, that was a composed, classy finish for the opener.

Pascal Gross

I’ve always liked Pascal Gross; I think he’s done a great job at Brighton for years. He’s got great quality on the ball, and he’s really shown his versality to the side this season when he’s filled in at right-back. He was back in midfield at the weekend and took both his goals very well. The second in particular was such a great goal. He’s one of the league’s most underrated midfielders.

Callum Wilson

Callum Wilson didn’t start against Southampton but what an impact he made when he come on at half-time. Him and Isak have been causing so many problems and they linked up well for his first goal. Callum is such a natural goal scorer, and those two finishes were typical of him. That’s what he does best, score goals. You can’t put a price on that. Callum has to my star man this week.

Julian Alvarez

Julian Alvarez has to make the side, what a goal that was at Craven Cottage! It shows how good this City side are that this lad, a world-cup winner, isn’t a regular starter. He’d probably start for most sides in the league, what a good player he is. He’s so lively and never stops running, he plays with so much enthusiasm, I love watching players like that.

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