Premier League Team of The Week
Goalkeeper: Aaron Ramsdale (Arsenal)
Centre Back: Max Kilman (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
Centre Back: Thiago Silva (Chelsea)
Centre Back: Ben Mee (Brentford)
Centre Midfield: Martin Odegaard (Arsenal)
Attacking Midfield: James Ward-Prowse (Southampton)
Attacking Midfield: Marcus Rashford (Manchester United)
Attacking Midfield: Solly March (Brighton and Hove Albion)
Forward: Brennan Johnson (Nottingham Forest)
Forward: Ivan Toney (Brentford)
Forward: Alexander Isak (Newcastle United)
Facts and Figures
Goals Scored: There were 21 goals in ten matches.
Clean Sheets: Six out of 20 teams that played kept a clean sheet.
Draws: There were no draws in ten matches!
Matchweek 20 (In a Nutshell): In Matchweek 20 I correctly predicted the results in seven out of ten matches. In five out of ten matches, where a team claimed three points the winning team had less possession than their opponents! Find out what transpired in Matchweek 20.
Game One of Ten
Aston Villa (2) v Leeds United (1)
A good game of football
Facts and Figures: Aston Villa had 53.4% possession and five shots on target. Leeds United had four shots on target.
Pivotal Moment: Leon Bailey of Aston Villa broke the deadlock in the third minute.
Aston Villa Game Changer: Leon Bailey
Leeds United Game Changer: Patrick Bamford
Game Two of Ten
Manchester United (2) v Manchester City (1)
One controversial moment changed the game
Facts and Figures: Manchester United had 29.4% possession and four shots on target. Manchester City had one shot on target.
Pivotal Moment: Bruno Fernandes of Manchester United scored the equaliser in the 78th minute. The assist was provided by Casemiro. Some experts argued that Marcus Rashford was offside and interfering with play, but the goal stood.
Manchester United Game Changer: Marcus Rashford
Manchester City Game Changer: Kevin De Bruyne
Game Three of Ten
Brighton and Hove Albion (3) v Liverpool (0)
One way traffic
Facts and Figures: Brighton and Hove Albion had 60.8% possession and nine shots on target. Liverpool had two shots on target. Solly March of Brighton and Hove Albion scored a brace.
Pivotal Moment: Solly March of Brighton and Hove Albion broke the deadlock in the 47th minute.
Brighton and Hove Albion Game Changer: Solly March
Liverpool Game Changer: None
Game Four of Ten
Everton (1) v Southampton (2)
A relegation fight
Facts and Figures: Southampton had 47.8% possession and five shots on target. Everton had four shots on target. James Ward-Prowse of Southampton scored a brace.
Pivotal Moment: James Ward-Prowse of Southampton scored an exceptional free kick in the 78th minute that proved to be the winner. The goal made the score 2-1 in favour of Southampton.
Everton Game Changer: Demarai Gray
Southampton Game Changer: James Ward-Prowse
Game Five of Ten
Nottingham Forest (2) v Leicester City (0)
Nottingham Forest claim crucial win
Facts and Figures: Nottingham Forest had 38.8% possession and five shots on target. Leicester City had one shot on target. Brennan Johnson of Nottingham Forest scored both goals in the game. Both assists were provided by Morgan Gibbs-White.
Pivotal Moment: Brennan Johnson of Nottingham Forest broke the deadlock in the 56th minute. The assist was provided by Morgan Gibbs-White.
Nottingham Forest Game Changer: Brennan Johnson
Leicester City Game Changer: None
Game Six of Ten
Wolverhampton Wanderers (1) v West Ham United (0)
West Ham United move into the relegation zone
Facts and Figures: Wolverhampton Wanderers had 58.5% possession and four shots on target. West Ham United had four shots on target.
Pivotal Moment: Daniel Podence of Wolverhampton Wanderers broke the deadlock in the 48th minute.
Wolverhampton Wanderers Game Changers: Max Kilman, Daniel Podence
West Ham United Game Changer: Declan Rice
Game Seven of Ten
Brentford (2) v AFC Bournemouth (0)
Brentford continue their winning ways
Facts and Figures: Brentford had 49.9% possession and four shots on target. AFC Bournemouth had two shots on target.
Pivotal Moment: Ivan Toney scored from the penalty spot in the 39th minute.
Brentford Game Changers: Ben Mee, Ivan Toney
AFC Bournemouth Game Changer: None
Game Eight of Ten
Chelsea (1) v Crystal Palace (0)
Chelsea got win in tight affair
Facts and Figures: Chelsea had 62.5% possession and five shots on target. Crystal Palace had five shots on target as well.
Pivotal Moment: Kai Havertz of Chelsea scored the only goal of the game in the 64th minute. The assist was provided by Hakim Ziyech.
Chelsea Game Changers: Kepa Arizabalaga, Thiago Silva
Crystal Palace Game Changer:
Game Nine of Ten
Newcastle United (1) v Fulham (0)
Newcastle United score a goal near the end
Facts and Figures: Newcastle United had 62.3% possession and five shots on target. Fulham failed to register a shot on target from five shots.
Pivotal Moment: Alexander Isak scored the only goal of the game in the 89th minute, which gave Newcastle United a 1-nil win. The assist was provided by Callum Wilson.
Newcastle United Game Changer: Kieran Trippier
Fulham Game Changer: Bernd Leno
Game Ten of Ten
Tottenham Hotspur (0) v Arsenal (2)
An attacking game
Facts and Figures: Arsenal had 49.4% possession and five shots on target. Tottenham Hotspur had seven shots on target.
Pivotal Moment: Martin Odegaard gave Arsenal what proved to be an unassailable two goal lead in the 36th minute. Bukayo Saka provided the assist.
Tottenham Hotspur Game Changer: Pierre-Emile Hojberg
Arsenal Game Changers: Martin Odegaard, Aaron Ramsdale