All four home teams won yesterday in the Premier League with Chelsea winning the huge game against Arsenal, with Manchester City the only team to win away from home over the entire weekend.
Here’s our team of the week based on the latest action.
GK – David De Gea (Manchester United)
Superb in the game against Everton, pulling off one of the best saves from a penalty you’re likely to see this season.
RB – Branislav Ivanovic (Chelsea)
Was rarely troubled against Arsenal and got stuck in early, announcing his physical presence.
CB – Eliaquim Mangala (Manchester City)
Manuel Pellegrini should be extremely encouraged by the way Mangala has reacted after a difficult spell over the last couple of weeks. He was solid against a quick Aston Villa attack.
CB – Michael Dawson (Hull City)
Dawson has slotted into the heart of the Hull back four with ease. His experience is key and he made the right decisions in the win against Crystal Palace.
LB – Cesar Azpilicueta (Chelsea)
His consistent performances continue to keep Filipe Luis out of the team. He looks effective and useful on either side of the defence at the moment.
RM – Jordan Henderson (Liverpool)
Henderson has been stuck out on the right because we had to get him into the team somewhere. He worked hard all over the pitch against West Brom.
CM – Cesc Fabregas (Chelsea)
Arsene Wenger’s heart would have sunk when he saw how effective his former star was for Chelsea in the 2-0 win against Arsenal.
CM – Yaya Toure (Manchester City)
Looked back to his old self in the win against Aston Villa. If he can add to his goal tally after the international break then City can close the gap on Chelsea.
LM – Angel Di Maria (Manchester United)
Di Maria looks like a real superstar in the Manchester United attack. His touch and vision is special to watch and he continues to add important goals.
ST – Sergio Aguero (Manchester City)
Aguero was superb against Aston Villa. He made a Villa defence, which has been good this season, look ordinary with his pace and movement.
ST – Papiss Cisse (Newcastle United)
Produced two goals when his side needed it most, easing the pressure slightly over Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew.