Another week of Premier League action is over, and we are seemingly one week closer to Manchester City being crowned champions. Here are the best 11 players from game week 29.
Jack Butland (Stoke)
Kept a clean sheet to earn a valuable point for Stoke to keep their survival hopes alive.
Matt Lowton (Burnley)
A solid performance at the back, topped off by bagging an assist as Burnley came from behind to beat Everton.
Shane Duffy (Brighton)
Solid at the back and grabbed an assist as Brighton gained a famous victory against struggling Arsenal.
Harry Maguire (Leicester)
A commanding performance from the England international, restricting Bournemouth to just eight shots.
Ben Davies (Tottenham)
A great attacking outlet for Spurs as they dominated against struggling Huddersfield.
Ki Sung Yueng (Swansea)
One goal, one assist, and a constant creative force as Swansea grabbed a vital three points with a brilliant 4-1 win over West Ham.
Nemanja Matic (Man Utd)
Relatively solid in midfield before winning the game with an absolute worldy.
Andros Townsend (Crystal Palace)
Always a dangerous outlet down the right and had the beating of Man Utd’s Ashley Young. Scored the opener with a deflected long range effort.
Christian Eriksen (Tottenham)
At his wonderfully creative best once again.
Heung Min Son (Tottenham)
Bagged both of Spurs’ goals as his brilliant form continues.
Cenk Tosun (Everton)
Best performance in an Everton shirt to date, scoring his first goal for the club before being replaced…much to the frustration of Blues fans.