Premier League Team of the Week: Salah and Drinkwater star in final round of 2017

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Positive results for Liverpool and Chelsea saw players from each side stand out as the Premier League said farewell to 2017

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    #1 Jonas Lossl | Huddersfield

    Lossl kept his seventh clean sheet of the Premier League season against Burnley, making four saves in total.
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    #2 Kyle Walker | Manchester City

    Walker completed each of his three dribbles against Crystal Palace, whilst also leading the Citizens in interceptions (3).
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    #3 James Tomkins | Crystal Palace

    Tomkins produced a team-high seven clearances in the Eagles' hard-fought 0-0 draw against Manchester City.
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    #4 Antonio Rudiger | Chelsea

    No Chelsea player recovered possession (7) or made more clearances (3) than the German in their 5-0 win.
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    #5 Ashley Young | Manchester United

    The full-back made three key passes at Old Trafford; a joint-high for the Red Devils alongside Mata and Mkhitaryan.
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    #6 Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg | Southampton

    Hojbjerg completed 91 per cent of his 68 passes against Manchester United, while also making the most tackles (5) and recoveries (13) of any player on the pitch.
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    #7 Danny Drinkwater | Chelsea

    The 27-year-old had more touches (116) and made more tackles (4) than any other Chelsea player in their win over Stoke. 
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    #8 James Milner | Liverpool

    Milner made more passes than any other Liverpool player against Leicester (87), with 61 of those coming in the opposition half. 
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    #9 Mohamed Salah | Liverpool

    Salah had seven of Liverpool's 17 shots (including blocks) against Leicester, scoring with two of them to help his side to a 2-1 comeback win.
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    #10 Jordan Ayew | Swansea City

    The Swansea front-man won four fouls and netted an 86th minute equaliser in his team's eventual 2-1 victory at Vicarage Road. 
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    #11 Ryan Fraser | Bournemouth

    Fraser netted with both of his shots against Everton, while he also made three key passes for the Cherries.