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 Football Betting Odds.
What a win that was for Watford. These are the kind of results you need to dig out if you have any ambition of staying up.
One thing you need in a relegation battle is a good keeper. They certainly have that in the experienced Ben Foster, and they can thank him for being on top form on Saturday at Villa Park.
Another hero in Watford’s win at Villa Park was Craig Cathcart. The Northern Irishman was solid for the full 90 minutes, completely dialled in.
Roy Hodgson will be delighted with his contribution. Wouldn’t it be great if this was the start of a comeback for the Hornets?
His critics are never far away but I was impressed with Harry on Sunday. He’s always under pressure, although most of the time he handles it well. His goal was crucial here too, but overall, I thought he was solid.
Not for the first time, Conor Coady takes his place at centre-back. Wolves are great defensively, and a lot of that is down to this man. He manages his backline perfectly, the way a good captain should. Again, at the weekend, he showed his class, a warrior, but let me tell you he can play
I can’t speak highly enough of Wolves at the minute. They’re playing fantastic, and this week it was Ruben Neves that caught my eye. His goals aside, every time he’s on the ball you feel like something’s going to happen. He’s a top player.
Emile Smith Rowe
Another top performance and another goal for Emile Smith Rowe, the first Arsenal midfielder to score 10+ goals across all competitions in a single season since Aaron Ramsey in 2017/18. That’s some stat. He’s got a huge future ahead and has to be on that plane to Qatar.
Newcastle are looking much better now. It was Joe Willock that caught my eye against West Ham though. His late runs from midfield caused all sorts of problems and he was brilliant when taking his goal on the stroke of half-time.
A 90th-minute volley from Ziyech got Chelsea over the line, not long after he had one chopped off by VAR. He’s a top player, a livewire. I’d like to keep seeing more of him because I think he’s got bags of potential.
I think we’re getting a glimpse at the real Jadon Sancho now. He was Manchester United’s best player at Elland Road. Two assists and a constant nuisance for defenders. His best performance in a United shirt, so far.
What about big Wout Weghorst?! It must be a nightmare to defend against him. He got off the mark for Burnley against Brighton on Saturday and then turned provider for Josh Brownhill’s goal just before the break. Looks like Sean Dyche has done a shrewd bit of business there.
What a result for Spurs. They certainly have the magic sign over City, and again Harry Kane was the orchestrator. A second-half brace for the striker and he was involved in the opener, enough to earn him Star Man status this week.