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Dec 17, 2018
December 17, 2018
Ten of the 20 teams in England's top flight have a player in this week's XI
Ten of the Premier League's clubs are represented in Richard Jolly's team of the week, which covers the 17th round of fixtures that were played on Saturday and Sunday.
Only leaders Liverpool, who beat Manchester United 3-1 on Sunday at Anfield, have more than one representative with Xherdan Shaqiri and Fabinho both making the cut.
Manchester City's Leroy Sane and Chelsea's Eden Hazard are also in the line-up.
To view Richard's complete XI, check out the photo gallery above. To move on to the next image, click on the arrows, or if using a mobile device, simply swipe.
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