Premier League team of the week: Romelu Lukaku, Virgil van Dijk, Hugo Lloris
Last Updated: 05/03/19 2:20pm
Players from 13 teams made it into Phil Babb and Carlos Carvalhal's Premier League team of the week. Who's on the list and why?
Everton's goalless draw with Liverpool was one for the defenders and players from the backlines of both teams made it in - while a goal-fest at Old Trafford, where Manchester United beat Southampton 3-2, sees a pair of goalscorers included.
Who made the rest of Babb and Carvalhal's teams and why, and how did they do in Sky Sports Six-a-Side last weekend? Let's find out...
Phil Babb's team
"There's notable absences - Aaron Wan-Bissaka had a fantastic game but I've gone for Jan Valery at right-back. Valery's stunner was an absolute peach of a goal. The formation works for me, and I went with Wilfried Zaha ahead of Eden Hazard.
"Hazard played well the other night but he drifts in and out of games, whereas Willian was on it for the full game so he's gone in. Gonzalo Higuain's movement was brilliant and Romelu Lukaku was unplayable."
Hugo Lloris (Tottenham) 7 points; Yan Valery (Tottenham) 7 points, Virgil Van Dijk (Liverpool) 12 points, Nathan Ake (Bournemouth) 2 points), Cesar Azpilicueta (Chelsea) 5 points; Declan Rice (West Ham) 21 points; Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace) 13 points, James Maddison (Leicester) 2 points, Willian (Chelsea) 2 points; Gonzalo Higuain (Chelsea) 7 points, Romelu Lukaku (Manchester United) 18 points.
Carlos Carvalhal's team
"Declan Rice is not a surprise because he did well last season, but he's more consistent at the moment, playing more often.
"He's a very good, talented player who is 20 years old, knows his position very well, he is strong and has pace, he understands the game too which is very important."
Michael Keane (Everton) 7 points; Ryan Fredericks (West Ham) 7 points, Michael Keane (Everton) 7 points, Virgil Van Dijk (Liverpool) 12 points, Nacho Monreal (Arsenal) 4 points; Bernardo Silva (Manchester City) 2 points, Declan Rice (West Ham) 21 points, David Silva (Manchester City) 8 points, Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace) 13 points; Romelu Lukaku (Manchester United) 18 points, Troy Deeney (Watford) 14 points.