Premier League Team of the Week - Match day Four

Chelsea star Eden Hazard has booked his place in our Opta-led Premier League Team of the Weekend, but who else makes the cut?

Chelsea and Watford have been rewarded with two places each in our Opta-guided Team of the Weekend after keeping their perfect Premier League records intact. There is space, too, for representatives of both Manchester clubs, while a Wolves star was impossible to ignore following the promoted side's breakthrough victory over West Ham. Read on to discover who makes the XI!
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Results are running against Burnley but Sean Dyche's faith in Joe Hart has been justified over the opening four weeks. He was again selected ahead of Tom Heaton for the visit of Manchester United on Sunday and made seven saves, including the denial of Paul Pogba from the penalty spot. Photo: Getty Images
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Kyle Walker will not forget his first Manchester City goal in a hurry. The right-back's sweet long-range strike broke Newcastle United's resistance at Etihad Stadium and ended his 51-match run without a competitive goal for the club he joined last July. Photo: Getty Images
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Watford have defied expectations in the early part of the Premier League season and fittingly found an unlikely hero in Sunday's come-from-behind win over Tottenham. Craig Cathcart (left) popped up to head in the winner at Vicarage Road, capping a fine performance that included 10 clearances. Photo: Getty Images
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Chelsea have been given a new lease on life by Maurizio Sarri and their attackers are not the only ones reaping the rewards. Antonio Rudiger was impressive again in the 2-0 defeat of Bournemouth, making 12 recoveries - more than any other player on the pitch. Photo: Getty Images
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Cathcart and Troy Deeney stole the headlines but plenty of credit for Watford's win rests with Jose Holebas. The left-back supplied both goals, the first from a free-kick and the second an outswinging corner, to improve his tally of assists to four in four matches.
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Sent off against Leicester City last time out, Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg redeemed himself with a sterling display at Crystal Palace on Saturday. The midfielder had two shots on target, completed 15 passes in the final third and sealed Southampton's victory with his goal in stoppage time. Photo: Getty Images
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Wolves registered their first Premier League win of the campaign at West Ham and more will quickly follow if Joao Moutinho maintains the form he exhibited at London Stadium. The Portugal midfielder was a constant threat on the ball in attacking positions, creating a joint-high three chances as the visitors prevailed 1-0.
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David Silva continues to shine in Kevin De Bruyne's injury-enforced absence. In his third straight start, Manchester City's star Spain international topped his team's shot count and made four key passes to help Pep Guardiola's side unpick a stubborn Newcastle. Photo: Getty Images
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Raheem Sterling will take scoring form into the international break after emphatically lashing City ahead against Newcastle. It was the 23-year-old's second of the campaign and complemented a performance full of defensive enterprise. He made a match-high four tackles, while no City player contested more duels. Photo: Getty Images
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Ridiculed for missing an empty net in the loss to Tottenham, Romelu Lukaku emphatically responded with a match-winning brace away to Burnley. The centre-forward scored both goals inside the opening 45 minutes to notch his first double since debuting for Manchester United last season. Photo: Getty Images
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Eden Hazard has erased all doubt over his commitment to Chelsea with an excellent series of performances in the early part of the season. As well as scoring the second against Bournemouth, the 27-year-old created more chances (five) than any other player in the Premier League this weekend. Photo: Getty Images
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