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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This lad looks every inch Gary O’Neil’s first-choice goalkeeper. In another assured performance, he made a great save early on from Mikkel Damsgaard. He has a good presence, and his handling is top-class.

Thilo Kehrer

He’s starting to settle into life at the London Stadium. I was impressed with his work defensively, but as he grows in confidence, he looks like he’ll provide a bit of an attacking threat as well. One to keep an eye on.

Conor Coady

I’m a big fan of his. He looks like he’s been wearing that Everton jersey for years. That was another steady performance, his presence in the backline makes such a difference, and of course he has a huge threat at the other end, as we saw on Saturday.

Thiago Silva

He had his moments at Selhurst Park, but the distribution from Silva is terrific. It takes huge pressure off the defence when you have someone that can ping the ball like that. He’s a top player.

Ben White

Another really solid performance. Good going forward and tidy at the back before coming off late on. He can be more than happy with his shift at the Emirates.

Leandro Trossard

What a game that was at Anfield. Brighton were brave, and in Trossard they have someone that’s been playing very well all season. He’s caught my eye a few times, but to get a hat-trick at Anfield is quite incredible. Something he’ll never forget – this week’s Star Man.

Joe Willock

Two assists for Willock on a day where I thought Newcastle were just fantastic. He’s got a great understanding with Almiron and Wilson, which is so important. Eddie Howe will be delighted to see how they’re progressing.

Miguel Almiron

He’s brilliant. I’ve watched his first goal a few times, and I’m still unsure how he managed to guide that into the net. It was a marvelous bit of technique. And his run for his second was fantastic, he made it look easy. Newcastle fans must be really excited by what they are seeing.

Phil Foden

He won’t have many better afternoons than that. Superb again, Man Utd really couldn’t cope with him at all. One criticism of Phil has maybe been that he doesn’t score enough, but this should give him huge confidence to keep them coming. Great news for England before the World Cup.

Erling Haaland

I mean, what can you say? He’s a machine. Now that Kevin De Bruyne and Foden know where he’s going to run, they just play it into the space. It must be a bit like defending against the invisible man! He could break every record going this season.

Gabriel Jesus

Another big performance in a huge match. He got his goal, and even though it wasn’t the most thrilling finish, he was aware enough to sense there was an opportunity. That’s what I like about Jesus; he has a killer instinct and will score all types of goals.

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