Hazard leads Premier League Team of the Week after helping Chelsea to Champions League

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Richard Heathcote
The Belgium international may not have found the net, but he was nevertheless pivotal in the victory that sealed a top-four spot for the Blues

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    #1 Mark Travers | Bournemouth

    The debutant goalkeeper made five saves as he kept a clean sheet against Spurs.
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    #2 Ryan Fredericks | West Ham

    No West Ham player made more tackles than Fredericks against Southampton (4), while he also scored the Hammers' third goal.
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    #3 Shane Duffy | Brighton

    Duffy made 10 clearances and four blocks against Arsenal; both the most of any Brighton player.
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    #4 David Luiz | Chelsea

    As well as scoring once, the Brazilian defender made two clearances and two interceptions in Chelsea's win against Watford.
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    #5 Lucas Digne | Everton

    No Everton player created more chances than Digne (4) in their win over Burnley.
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    #6 Andros Townsend | Crystal Palace

    Townsend scored once and created five chances in Crystal Palace's 3-2 win at Cardiff.
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    #7 Leander Dendoncker | Wolves

    No Wolves player made more tackles than Dendoncker against Fulham (3), while he also scored the winning goal for the home side.
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    #8 Morgan Schneiderlin | Everton

    Schneiderlin made eight tackles and nine recoveries of possession against Burnley; both the most of any Everton player.
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    #9 Ryan Fraser | Bournemouth

    Fraser created nine chances against Spurs, more than twice as many as any of his Bournemouth team-mates.
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    #10 Marko Arnautovic | West Ham

    Arnautovic netted a brace from two shots on target against Southampton.
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    #11 Eden Hazard | Chelsea

    The Belgian provided the assist for two of Chelsea's three goals in their win against Watford, which clinched a spot in next year's Champions League