They are joined by players from Everton, Norwich City, Bournemouth, Southampton and Watford.
However, in a weekend that saw only four Premier League fixtures take place as the FA Cup quarter-finals took precedence, he has plumped for a mix of players from both tournaments.
And it is a particularly good week for Everton, Spurs and Norwich City, who all manage to get two of their stars into his selection for the Telegraph.
Starting in goal, Redknapp names Norwich City keeper’ John Ruddy, who managed a vital clean sheet in a 0-0 draw with Manchester City.
He sits behind a back four made up of Spurs full back Kyle Walker, Everton defender Phil Jagielka, Virgil Van Dijk of Southampton and Canaries left back Martin Olsson.
They sit next to a central midfield combination of Watford’s Etienne Capoue and Crystal Palace star Yohan Cabaye.
Up front is Spurs hit man Harry Kane, whose two goals proved the difference in the win over Aston Villa, alongside Everton’s Romelu Lukaku, who also managed two to see his side progress in the FA Cup at the expense of former club Chelsea.