Premier League Team of The Week
Goalkeeper: Emiliano Martinez (Aston Villa)
Right Back: Aaron Hickey (Brentford)
Centre Back: Tyrone Mings (Aston Villa)
Centre Back: Harry Souttar (Leicester City)
Left Back: Luke Ayling (Leeds United)
Centre Midfield: Abdoulaye Doucoure (Everton)
Centre Midfield: James Ward-Prowse (Southampton)
Attacking Midfield: Harvey Barnes (Everton)
Forward: Theo Walcott (Southampton)
Forward: Alexander Isak (Newcastle United)
Forward: Bukayo Saka (Arsenal)
Facts and Figures
Goals Scored: There were 29 goals in seven matches.
Clean Sheets: One out of 14 teams that played kept a clean sheet.
Draws: There were three draws in seven matches!
Matchweek 28 (In a Nutshell): In Matchweek 28 I correctly predicted the results in three out of seven matches. In one out of four matches, where a team claimed three points the winning team had less possession than their opponents! Find out what transpired in Matchweek 28.
Teams that didn’t play
Brighton and Hove Albion, Fulham, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and West Ham United
Game One of Seven
Nottingham Forest (1) v Newcastle United (2)
Newcastle United comeback Win
Facts and Figures: Newcastle United had 61.6% possession and four shots on target. Nottingham Forest had three shots on target. Alexander Isak scored a brace.
Pivotal Moment: Alexander Isak scored the winning goal for Newcastle United in the 93rd minute, as the score finished 2-1 in their favour.
Nottingham Forest Game Changer: Emmanuel Dennis
Newcastle United Game Changer: Alexander Isak
Game Two of Seven
Aston Villa (3) v AFC Bournemouth (0)
Villa claim easy win
Facts and Figures: Aston Villa had 55.8% possession and nine shots on target. AFC Bournemouth had three shots on target.
Pivotal Moment: Douglas Luiz of Aston Villa gave them a 1-nil win in the seventh minute. The assist was provided by Leon Bailey.
Aston Villa Game Changer: Douglas Luiz
AFC Bournemouth Game Changer: Neto
Game Three of Seven
Brentford (1) v Leicester City (1)
A boring draw
Facts and Figures: Brentford had 52.9% possession and two shots on target. Leicester City had one shot on target.
Pivotal Moment: Harvey Barnes of Leicester City scored the equaliser in the 52nd minute. The assist was provided by James Maddison.
Brentford Game Changer: Mathias Jensen
Leicester City Game Changer: Harvey Barnes
Game Four of Seven
Southampton (3) v Tottenham Hotspur (3)
Southampton claim pivotal point
Facts and Figures: Southampton had 50.4% possession and seven shots on target. Tottenham Hotspur had three shots on target.
Pivotal Moment: James Ward-Prowse scored the equaliser for Southampton in the 93rd minute from the penalty spot.
Southampton Game Changer: James Ward-Prowse
Tottenham Hotspur Game Changer: Harry Kane
Game Five of Seven
Wolverhampton Wanderers (2) v Leeds United (4)
An entertaining relegation battle
Facts and Figures: Leeds United had 34.1% possession and four shots on target. Wolverhampton Wanderers had eight shots on target.
Pivotal Moment: Rodrigo gave Leeds United a 4-2 lead. The assist was provided by Cysencio Summerville.
Wolverhampton Wanderers Game Changer: Matheus Cunha
Leeds United Game Changer: Jack Harrison
Game Six of Seven
Chelsea (2) v Everton (2)
Good result for Everton
Facts and Figures: Chelsea had 68.9% possession and seven shots on target. Everton had three shots on target.
Pivotal Moment: Ellis Simms of Everton scored an equaliser in the 89th minute that made the score 2-all. The assist was provided by Abdoulaye Doucoure.
Chelsea Game Changer: Joao Felix
Everton Game Changer: Abdoulaye Doucoure
Game Seven of Seven
Arsenal (4) v Crystal Palace (1)
Arsenal too good
Facts and Figures: Arsenal had 62.2% possession. Both teams had five shots on target. Bukayo Saka of Arsenal scored a brace.
Pivotal Moment: Bukayo Saka made the score 4-1 in favour of Arsenal in the 74th minute. The assist was provided by Kieran Tierney.
Arsenal Game Changer: Bukayo Saka
Crystal Palace Game Changer: Jeffrey Schlupp