Premier League Team of the Week

SoccerBy Kevin Palmer
Coleman back in form for Everton on Sunday
Coleman back in form for Everton on Sunday

Another unpredictable weekend of Premier League action has thrown up some unlikely names for our latest team of the week.

Jack Butland (Stoke)

What a performance from this youthful stopper to keep out Newcastle in a 0-0 draw at St James' Park. No wonder Shay Given start this season as Stoke's No.2

Ryan Bertrand (Southampton)

There is no better full-back in the Premier League this season and he set up the opening goal for Southampton against Bournemouth. Chelsea fans must be wondering why their club let Bertrand go.

Nicolas Otamendi (Man City)

This rock solid defender has emerged as the first choice defender in the Man City line-up, even ahead of skipper Vincent Kompany.

Laurent Koscielny (Arsenal)

A powerful performance in defence was complimented by a goal that sent Arsenal on their way to a 3-0 win at Swansea.

Seamus Coleman (Everton)

It was great to see the Irish full-back starring for Everton as they thumped Sunderland 6-2. Hopefully he is on his way to a full recovery after his latest injury worries.

Mesut Ozil (Arsenal)

If Arsenal are to make a serious push for the Premier League title this season, they need their club record shining to live up to his billing and he is doing that right now. He provided two more assists at Swansea.

Philippe Coutinho (Liverpool)

Liverpool's playmaker general scored twice in the win at Chelsea as he sparked his season into life. He will be a key man for his new boss Jurgen Klopp moving forward.

Riyad Mahrez (Leicester)

What a star this Algerian has been for Leicester this season. Jamie Vardy is getting all the goals, but Mahrez has been their shining light.

Yannick Bolasie (Crystal Palace)

A constant menace down the flank as his pace and tricky troubled Manchester United's defence. Bolasie is a real handful when he is at his best.

Arouna Kone (Everton)

A Premier League hat-trick for the Everton forward who sparked into life against Sunderland. Boss Roberto Martinez was rewarded for the faith he has shown in him.

Odion Ighalo (Watford)

The suggestion from a host of managers was that there was a lack of top class strikers to buy last summer, but Ighalo has proved to be a big hit in his debut Premier League season. His two goals against West Ham took his tally for the season to seven.