NICK POPE | BURNLEY
Burnley picked up a 1-0 win over Everton to move up to sixth in the league and their goalkeeper was pivotal in getting the three points. Pope made four saves in preserving Burnley's clean sheet at Goodison Park.
ANTONIO VALENCIA | MANCHESTER UNITED
Jose Mourinho's men inflicted further misery on a struggling Crystal Palace with a 4-0 win at Old Trafford and Antonio Valencia was busy throughout on the right side of the defence. He had more touches than any other Man Utd player in the game as they ensured they remain level on points with Man City at the top of the table.
PHIL JONES | MANCHESTER UNITED
In the team of the week for the second week in a row, Phil Jones was pivotal in United keeping a clean sheet. He recovered possession on 12 occasions in the game - more than any other player for the Red Devils.
NACHO MONREAL | ARSENAL
As well as opening the scoring for Arsenal in the 2-0 win over Brighton and Hove Albion on Sunday, Monreal completed 97% of his 105 passes.
FABIAN DELPH | MANCHESTER CITY
The former Aston Villa player showed that Pep Guardiola has a reliable option to call upon in the absence of Benamin Mendy in the win over Chelsea. Delph's five tackles were more than any other Manchester City player at Stamford Bridge.
ALEX IWOBI | ARSENAL
As well as scoring the Gunners' second goal against Brighton, the midfielder created two chances in another illustration of his immense promise.
MAROUANE FELLAINI | MANCHESTER UNITED
Belgium international Marouane Fellaini made Red Devils fans forget all about the absent Paul Pogba with a goal either side of half time from his only two attempts against Crystal Palace.
KEVIN DE BRUYNE | MANCHESTER CITY
The game's only goalscorer created six chances for Manchester City; twice as many as any of his teammates. Not only did the Belgian superstar earn further praise from Pep Guardiola, but his display prompted Antonio Conte to voice Chelsea's regret over losing "a complete player" in 2014.
MARCUS RASHFORD | MANCHESTER UNITED
The England international created four chances and racked up two assists for the Red Devils.
HARRY KANE | TOTTENHAM
Once again leading the team of the week attack, Kane inspired Tottenham to a compreshensive 4-0 victory with a double against Huddersfield Town, seeing him match Cristiano Ronaldo's Premier League goals tally and prompting Pep Guardiola to label Spurs "the Harry Kane team".
JOSELU | NEWCASTLE UNITED
The Spaniard's equaliser against Liverpool in Sunday came from his only shot of the game.