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Aguero and Sanchez lead the Team of the Weekend as Wenger celebrates

The ESPN FC crew break down their Premier League Team of the Weekend after the most recent slate of matches.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley says Arsenal completely controlled proceedings against a somewhat lacklustre Chelsea side.
ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes and Craig Burley break down the latest from week 6 throughout the Premier League.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley discusses Jose Mourinho's decision to leave Wayne Rooney on the bench in United's 4-1 win.

After each round of Premier League fixtures, ESPN FC brings you its Team of the Weekend. Our panel of experts carefully selects 11 star performers along with a manager.

Do you agree or disagree? You can have your say on those picked or overlooked in the comments section at the foot of the article or on Twitter using the hashtag #ESPNFCTOTW.

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ESPN FC's Team of the Weekend.

Goalkeeper: He might have had his erratic moments last season, but Artur Boruc was the player who laid the foundations for Bournemouth's 1-0 home win...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Arsenal face Chelsea, champs Leicester's trip to Manchester United

The ESPN FC crew discuss whether Manchester United should drop Wayne Rooney.
The ESPN FC crew discuss whether Manchester United should drop Wayne Rooney.
The ESPN FC crew discuss whether Manchester United should drop Wayne Rooney.

Chelsea will look to hit back after last week's 2-1 defeat at home to Liverpool when they travel to bitter rivals Arsenal on Saturday evening. 

Manchester United, meanwhile, are stuck in a rut. Yes, they won against League One Northampton in the EFL Cup on Wednesday night, but it's two defeats in a row in the league ahead of the visit of champions Leicester.

Elsewhere, Manchester City have a 100 percent record under Pep Guardiola, and the latest team to try and stop them, Swansea, lost 2-1...

 By James Dall

Arsenal and Chelsea have chance to show true Premier League colours

As Arsenal vs. Chelsea continues as a budding rivalry, The Exploding Heads take a deeper look into the clash.

W2W4 previews the weekend's Premier League fixtures and highlights five key storylines.

Arsenal and Chelsea are both flawed but gifted opponents

It was not expected that Chelsea would be so meek in their home loss to Liverpool last Friday. Under new manager Antonio Conte the very least that can presumed of the Blues is that they will be ferocious. But Chelsea were shown up by Liverpool's intensity. Without the gusto that had saved them in previous games this season -- seven of their 10 points have...

 By Shaka Hislop

Bayern Munich leapfrog Real Madrid to top Power Rankings; Man City also rise

Carlo Ancelotti hails Bayern Munich's win over Hertha Berlin as the club's best performance on his watch.
FC's Raf Honigstein asserts that Bayern Munich's Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery may be competing for a contract extension.

We have a new leader! In the latest edition of Shaka Hislop's Power Rankings, a giant of German football takes the top spot.

1. Bayern Munich (+1)

A straightforward week saw Bayern maintain their 100 percent winning record atop the Bundesliga. Ingolstadt and Hertha Berlin were seen off, 3-1 and 3-0 respectively, with six different players getting on the score sheet for Carlo Ancelotti's side.

2. Manchester City (+1)

That's nine wins out of nine in all competitions for Man City, who beat...

Simpson and Drinkwater return to highlight Man United's past mistakes

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop assesses whether or not Danny Drinkwater will return to Man United and if he'd benefit Paul Pogba.

Reunions often have the capacity to bring embarrassment, but rarely this much. Manchester United against Leicester City features two players who can be portrayed as the ones who got away. Danny Simpson and Danny Drinkwater, graduates of the youth system at Old Trafford, will have a homecoming of sorts on Saturday. Between them, they have more title winners' medals than Premier League starts for United.

Simpson started one league game during his time with United -- he was hooked at halftime against...

Joe Hart is doing everything right as his Serie A adventure begins at Torino

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop evaluates how Joe Hart has fit in thus far for his new club Torino.
New Torino goalkeeper Joe Hart has insisted he is able to comminicate with his defenders on the pitch.
Joe Hart impressed the local media at his unveiling for Serie A outfit Torino by speaking Italian.

TURIN, Italy -- THE CROWD FOR TORINO'S home game against Empoli on Sunday would not have been much to look at on TV. There were less than 16,500 people in attendance at the Stadio Olimpico, the majority of them crammed into the stands behind either goal.

Happily for Joe Hart, he was not watching this game from his sofa. Instead, making his Torino debut, he got to see first-hand how the Curva Maratona looks before kick-off, a seething red maroon sea in which 10-foot high flags flutter like sails....