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Each week BetVictor Brand Ambassador Harry Redknapp picks his top Premier League Team of the Week, made up of the players currently showing the most promise.

Top of the pile is his weekly Star Man, the player who has shown exceptional talent on the pitch. He then picks his top defenders, midfielders and strikers to create his weekly dream team.

Do you agree with Harry’s picks, or is there a player you feel he’s left out? Let us know below. You can also check out Michael Owen’s predictions for upcoming fixtures and don’t forget to visit BetVictor for all the latest World Cup and Football Betting Odds.

Nick Pope

For Arsenal to have 20 efforts on goal and not find the net once is pretty incredible. Most could’ve been better, but Nick Pope has to take credit for leaving the Emirates with a clean sheet.

He had a couple of great saves and managed his backline excellently. More than enough to earn his place between the sticks this week.

Lucas Digne

There was huge pressure on Digne returning to Goodison Park so soon after his move to Aston Villa. However, I thought he handled it brilliantly. He worked tirelessly and was at the heart of most good work down the left-hand side.

Thiago Silva

He got the crucial goal that killed the match, and defensively, he was rock solid. He’s been a terrific signing for Chelsea. People talk about his age, but you won’t find much better in that position anywhere in football.


What a defensive performance that was. Most tackles won, most interceptions and most clearances. Exceptional. He could be yet another name to break through at Southampton if he keeps it up.

Andrew Robertson

Liverpool are blessed with the best full-backs in Europe, and this week, it was Andrew Robertson’s turn to earn the plaudits.

Two assists and was always a threat moving forward. Not only that, but he showed his defensive qualities up against the tricky Olise. Another top performance.

Hakim Ziyech

I’m a big fan of Hakim Ziyech. He’s more than capable of scoring goals out of the top drawer as we saw at Stamford Bridge on Sunday. His movement makes him a huge threat and a nightmare to defend against.

João Moutinho

The Wolves fans love him, and I don’t blame them. He’s a little magician. Another fine strike against Brentford has many calling him to get a new deal, and I can’t disagree. He’s top class and always great to watch.

Declan Rice

This lad has featured in my Team of the Week a few times this season, and no wonder. He keeps getting better. Although the Hammers never got the result they were after, he was a standout. He has everything to make it to the very top. Power, drive, energy – it’s all there.

Jonjo Shelvey

What a result that was for the Geordies. Shelvey got the goal, but the Leeds keeper can’t be happy with that. That said, they all count! Other than that, he had a great game. He’s always been a lad with loads of talent, so it’s good to see him getting plaudits.

Emi Buendía

That was a huge result for Steven Gerrard’s Aston Villa. Buendía’s not the biggest, but you’d have a hard job finding a keeper that could stop that header. As usual, he worked tirelessly all game. He looks like a great lad to manage, and I’m sure Steven is delighted to have him.

Joshua Sargent

That’s back-to-back wins for Norwich. They’re really making a fight of it, and everything this lad touched turned to gold for them against Watford. Two goals, his first in the Premier League. And what about his first? Unbelievable technique. He’s this week’s star man and I’ll be keeping a close eye on him in the coming weeks, that’s for sure.

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