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Premier League Best XI Of Week 33

Premier League Best XI Of Week 33

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This week's Premier League Best XI is phenomenal as each player has proven his case to be noticed as clutch talents. They don't make it every week, but they deserve their spot this week.

Goalkeeper: Tim Howard (Everton)

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Goalkeeper: Tim Howard (Everton)

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The U.S. international goalkeeper played quite well between the posts as he managed to keep a clean sheet in a 3-0 Everton win against Arsenal. In addition to his saves, he played physically against the players who tried to rough him up a bit. He showed bravery, courage and experience as he kept a patient yet brilliant offense at bay.

Right-Back: Pablo Zabaleta (Manchester City)

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Right-Back: Pablo Zabaleta (Manchester City)

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The Argentinian right-back not only kept the opposing strikers quiet on the right flank, but he also managed to join the attack during counterattacks as well. He is making a case for himself to have a starting spot in the World Cup for his beloved country.

Center-Back: Phil Jones (Manchester United)

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Center-Back: Phil Jones (Manchester United)

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This young man not only kept opposing players locked on the ground, but also in the air, Even though United have not been great this season, Jones has been one of the more noticed players and can perhaps find himself on England's World Cup roster.

Center-Back: Martin Demichelis (Manchester City)

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Center-Back: Martin Demichelis (Manchester City)

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The Argentinian international began his Man City career in a shaky fashion. but he has upped his performance to prove that he is truly a talented defender at the age of 33.

Left-Back: Patrice Evra (Manchester United)

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Left-Back: Patrice Evra (Manchester United)

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The captain played hard and strong up and down the left flank, and has shown that he still has what it takes to play at the top level in the Premier League. He should be a part of France's World Cup adventure this summer.

Right-Midfielder: Willian (Chelsea)

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Right-Midfielder: Willian (Chelsea)

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Willian's goal capped the 3-0 scoreline for Chelsea over Stoke City. He will play for the home nation Brazil in this summer's World Cup.

Central-Midfielder: Steven Gerrard (Liverpool)

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Central-Midfielder: Steven Gerrard (Liverpool)

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The Liverpool captain hit home two penalties to earn all three points against West Ham United. He has been clutch all season and can do the same for England this summer. Once he does decide to retire from soccer, Liverpool will have a very difficult time finding a replacement for an all-around sensational player.

Central-Midfielder: Yaya Toure (Manchester City)

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Central-Midfielder: Yaya Toure (Manchester City)

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Toure scored from the spot in Man City's 4-1 victory over Southampton, proving that not only is he clutch in the midfield, but also while under the pressure. Ivory Coast will need his services this summer in the World Cup as they will be in a tough group.

Left-Midfielder: Juan Mata (Manchester United)

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Left-Midfielder: Juan Mata (Manchester United)

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The Spanish international is becoming the most influential member of his new club. In Manchester United's 4-0 victory at Newcastle United, he scored two brilliant goals and marked the night's stat sheet with a timely backheel assist to Adnan Januzaj. He is finally fitting into the midfield in a 4-2-3-1 formation and as the number eight, it is his responsibility to do so. He will come off the bench for Spain this summer.

Striker: Emmanuel Adebayor (Tottenham Hotspur)

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Striker: Emmanuel Adebayor (Tottenham Hotspur)

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Scoring twice in a 5-1 thumping over Sunderland by Tottenham, the Togolese international continues to show his class and proves once again that he should be starting for big clubs.

Striker: Hugo Rodallega (Fulham)

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Striker: Hugo Rodallega (Fulham)

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This man is the surprise inclusion of the week as he scored the 86th-minute winner for Fulham at Aston Villa. He may have not been the craftiest striker of the week, but he certainly scored when it counted most. Watch out for him in this summer's World Cup as he hopes to play for Colombia.