Our Team of the Week will see a 3-5-2 formation deployed.
Daniel Akpeyi [Chippa United]
The former Heartland and Warri Wolves star denied Kaizer Chiefs several chances.
Kenneth Omeruo [Leganes]
His constant double work between defending and attacking, as well as his leadership really lifted Leganes.
Semi Ajayi [Rotherham United]
Semi Ajayi made a positive contribution in Rotherham United’s 1-1 draw against Blackburn Rovers.
John Ogu [Hapoel Beer Sheva]
An overall solid performance and helped Hapoel Beer Sheve secured three points at Beitar Jerusalem.
Wilfred Ndidi [Leicester City]
A motor providing quality and quantity to the Leicester City midfield, outrunning and outplaying his Burnley counterparts. Utterly decisive.
Joel Obi [Chievo Verona]
It was a workaholic display from the former Inter Milan star, who scored a goal for his side in the draw with Bologna.
Victor Osimhen [Sporting Charleroi]
Another majestic performance to help Sporting Charlerio win at home to Club Brugge. An assist, as well as the usual strength to outclass the Brugge defenders.
Samuel Chukwueze [Villarreal]
Chukwueze is in form. He showed it once again with a quality performance for Villarreal at Rayo Vallecano. He scored a goal for Yellow Submarines.
Ebere Onuachu [Midtjylland]
Power and quality, once again. Another incredibly complete performance, coated by the icing on the cake of a goal.
Blessing Eleke [Luzern]
Once again he added value to Luzern this season, with a goal and an assist.
Henry Onyekuru [Galatasaray]
Onyekuru appeared in a crucial clash, providing the decisive brace to give Galatasaray the three points at Kayserispor.