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Statistically Best Premier League Team Of The Week – Surprise Inclusion For Arsenal Star, Whilst Man United’s RVP Leads The Line

Some strange inclusions from WhoScored.

Following Manchester United’s win over Southampton on Monday night another round of Premier League fixtures have been completed and here CaughtOffside brings you the statistically best Team of the Week.

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Stats courtesy of WhoScored.

GK – Kasper Schmeichel, Leicester City – 8.2 rating

Despite losing 2-1 to Aston Villa the Dane was in fine form between the sticks and if Leicester are relegated we expect to see the goalkeeper leaving the King Power Stadium.

RB – Eric Dier, Tottenham Hotspur – 8.2

Although a 0-0 draw at home to Crystal Palace was a disappointing result for Mauricio Pochettino, the 20-year-old did his job at the back with aplomb.

Richard Dunne QPR

CB – Richard Dunne, QPR – 9.1

It was a much needed win for the Hoops in what is often described as a ‘relegation six pointer’ with fellow promoted side Burnley and Dunne was a solid influence at the back.

CB – Federico Fazio, Tottenham Hotspur – 8.9

Has hardly set English football alight since arriving from Sevilla over the summer, but against Palace it was a good showing for the centre-back.

LB – Joel Ward, Crystal Palace – 8.3

Staying in North London and it was a decent point for Neil Warnock’s men, with Ward showing he is just as capable at left-back as he is on the right.

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