Goalkeeper: Rob Elliot (Newcastle United)
An extraordinary save from Sunderland’s Patrick van Aanholt made Newcastle’s comeback in the Tyne-Wear derby possible.
Right-back: Phil Bardsley (Stoke City)
Provided the perfect cross for Jonathan Walters to open the scoring at Watford as Stoke stepped up their bid for a European spot.
Centre-back: Federico Fernandez (Swansea City)
His headed winner against Aston Villa took Swansea to the brink of safety. He restricted Villa to few chances, too.
Centre-back: Wes Morgan (Leicester City)
Another game, another clean sheet for the resilient league leaders. Morgan was in imperious form against Crystal Palace.
Left-back: Martin Olsson (Norwich City)
Norwich have started to show their steel. Olsson helped keep a second successive clean sheet as West Brom were beaten.
Right midfield: Riyad Mahrez (Leicester City)
Another vital winner took Leicester closer to the title and made it more likely Mahrez will be named Footballer of the Year.
Centre midfield: Cesc Fabregas (Chelsea)
Showed his set-piece expertise with a wonderful free kick and a clinical penalty to give Chelsea two equalisers against West Ham.
Centre midfield: Michael Carrick (Manchester United)
A composed figure who provided the finest passing in the Manchester derby. Carrick kept United’s season alive.
Left midfield: Alex Iwobi (Arsenal)
Marked his maiden Premier League start with his first Arsenal goal as the Nigerian teenager excelled in the 2-0 triumph at Everton.
Striker: Sadio Mane (Southampton)
Inspired the comeback of the weekend as the substitute scored twice – as well as missing a penalty – in the 3-2 win over Liverpool.
Striker: Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur)
Moved into the lead in the race for the Golden Boot with a first-half brace as Bournemouth were beaten at White Hart Lane.