Jack Wilshere – Bournemouth
Wilshere played another full 90 minutes for Bournemouth in their away defeat to Everton. The 25-year-old midfielder set up Josh King’s first goal to make the game 3-1, but Bournemouth would eventually lose 6-3. Wilshire has now started 17 of the last 20 games for Bournemouth, missing only the two against Arsenal, the other he featured from the bench. The assist on Saturday was his second of the campaign.
Calum Chambers – Middlesbrough
Chambers recovered quicker than expected from a stress fracture to make the starting line up against Tottenham at the weekend. Once again the young defender put in a strong defensive display, a feature of Middlesbrough’s season so far. Starting at right back rather than his familiar centre back role, Chambers got forward in attack on the odd occasion. It was his crucial interventions in the defence which kept Spurs at bay but he was unable to stop them winning 1-0 through a Kane penalty.
Jon Toral – Rangers
The now 22-year-old Spaniard has started the last four games for Rangers since his January move, the latest of which was a 1-1 draw against Ross County. In his first 90 minute appearance he seemed to grow in confidence and helped to create the equalising goal.
Daniel Crowley – Go Ahead Eagles
The midfielder helped the Eredivisie’s bottom side win 2-1 against NEC Nijmegen. He played 71 minutes in their first win since the beginning of November.
Tafari Moore –Utrecht
Moore completed 90 minutes for Jong Utrecht, the Dutch sides ‘B’ team in the Jupiler league at home to PSV’s equivalent. The right back was not able to help his team prevent a 0-2 victory for the visitors.
Matt Macey (Luton Town), and Krystian Bielik (Birmingham) were both unused substitutes where as Joel Campbell (Sporting CP) did not feature.