Salah and hat-trick hero Jota lead Premier League Team of the Week

The Liverpool and Wolves stars were crucial in high-scoring wins, while Harry Winks features after his late winner for Tottenham

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    #1 Hugo Lloris | Tottenham

    The France international made four saves in Spurs' win against Fulham on Sunday - their opponents' only successful effort coming through a Fernando Llorente own goal.
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    #2 Kiko Femenia | Watford

    No Watford player made more tackles or interceptions than Femenia's three of each in their draw with Burnley.
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    #3 Laurent Koscielny | Arsenal

    The centre-back scored Arsenal's second goal against Chelsea and made 13 clearances - more than any team-mate.
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    #4 Jan Bednarek | Southampton

    The Polish defender made 10 clearances and seven interceptions for Southampton in their win against Everton - both team-highs for the Saints.
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    #5 Danilo | Manchester City

    Danilo opened the scoring for against Huddersfield and his six tackles are more than any other player for Guardiola's side made.
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    #6 James Ward-Prowse | Southampton

    Ward-Prowse scored his side's first goal against Everton and was their most creative player, making four chances in the 2-1 win.
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    #7 Harry Winks | Tottenham

    As well as scoring the late winner against Fulham, no Spurs player topped the 102 passes or 11 recoveries that Winks made.
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    #8 Jordan Henderson | Liverpool

    The England midfielder had 125 touches and completed 94% of his passes in Liverpool's victory over Crystal Palace.
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    #9 Mohamed Salah | Liverpool

    The Liverpool superstor scored with both of his shots against Crystal Palace, helping his side to a 4-3 win at Anfield.
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    #10 Callum Wilson | Bournemouth

    The striker became the second player to hit double figures for goals in a single Premier League season for Bournemouth when he opened the scoring against West Ham, following Josh King’s haul of 16 in 2016-17.
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    #11 Diogo Jota | Wolves

    Jota netted a hat-trick in Wolves' 4-3 win over Leicester, with those three goals coming from just four total shots.