02/04/2012 10:09 | By MSN Sport/Opta
Premier League team of the week - 31 March - 1 April

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Based on Opta statistics, MSN Sport presents an elite Premier League XI based on performances from the weekend's matches.

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02/04/2012 14:35
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newcastle one of the teams to beat at moment cisse and ben arfa are on fire
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Spurs, are a funny old team, at their best they have the players and the ability to beat any team, but the trouble is like Arsenal, they can be very erratic. You never know what Spurs, side is going to turn up, the good, the bad or the ugly. I mean to throw away a ten point lead is unforgivable.
02/04/2012 15:03
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Typical no Qpr players, the best they have played all season!!
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The TOON gans marching on....steady and heady progress. Kenny looked shellshocked on interview. Great passionate game. I reckon Craig, Jose and Andy would love to be  part of Pardews' crusade to european football. Well done to the lads...they all put in a great shift and the best team spirit best for years...they really work unselfishly for each other.
02/04/2012 15:38
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Have to agree with Richard, QPR played brilliantly on Saturday to beat Arsenal.

 

Paddy Kenny denied van Persie with a stunning save Clint Hill like many others played his socks off. Tarrabt's first goal in the Prem a genuine piece of excellence. Barton involved with Mackie providing the pass for Diakite to finish perfectly. Bobby Zamora ran himself to exhaustion and there was not a weak performance from any of the others.Shaun Derry, Anton Ferdinand, Taye Taiwo, Nedum Onuoha you too were heroes on the day.

02/04/2012 15:42
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Agree with comments above. This week you could include every QPR player. They were all immense and against first class opposition.

 

Bob Cartwright

QPR supporter

02/04/2012 19:49
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Big Vin, what are you on about, we are not there yet?? and whos going to stop us getting 6th place????

 

The TOON are excelling in all departments and thats without our prefered centre defence

02/04/2012 16:58
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SPURS supporter due unfortunate circumstance of Grandfather and Father supporting them. I don't know why, since we originate from Suffolk. I was considered too young when my Dad took my brother to one of the 'Glory Days' in 60/61, but have stayed the course nevertheless.
Since then, the obvious problem has been consistency. Lots of stars, who must spend most of their off-duty time either going on Xmas binges (anybody else notice how, apart fro this year, we've lost it after Xmas?), or at the tattoo parlour -(giving a great example to youngsters , why doesn't somebody explain that Beckham is yesterday?) - rather than working on their trade. God help us if Gareth Bale goes - don't need to say what he has, Harry summed it up yesterday.
Tuffy

02/04/2012 16:29
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Hoolahan/pienaar/van der varrt and not dempsey or bale (who was unplayable) what drug addict wrote this? i was at the fulham game and dempsey scored one, assisted one and ran them ragged everytime he got the ball and bale was just immense. msn aint got a clue.
02/04/2012 15:47
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Arsene Wenger, once called Adel Tarrabt, the best player he had ever seen, but refused to sign Tarrabt, because of his difficult personality, and his ability to disrupt a dressing room. I wonder if Wenger, regrets that decision? The ultra crafty and shrewd Spurs, chairman Daniel Levy, put a clause in the sale contract of Tarrabt, which means if QPR, sold Tarrabt, for big bucks, then Levi, and Spurs, would get a big percentage of any such deal.If Tarrabt, goes on playing like this he will be worth a fortune.
02/04/2012 17:06
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SAY 

WHAT YOU LIKE ABOUT THE SPURS,THEY ARE THE  MOST FLAMBOYENT SIDE IN THE LEAGUE .YOU CAN TALK ABOUT THE GOONERS AND YOUR MANUERS,THEY ARE GOING  WELL BUT THE WAY THEY PLAY +THE CONSTANT WHINGING OF THEIR RESPECTIVE MANAGERS WHEN THINGS ARE NOT GOING THEIR WAY,DOES FOOTBALL NO SERVCE!! (BY THE WAY AM I THE ONLY PERSON THATS GETTING A BIT NERVY ABOUT   THE F.A.s RELUCTANCE TO NAME THE NEW ENGLAND BOSS?)

WHEN THE SPURS ARE DOING WELL THE ENGLAND TEAM ARE DOING WELL PROBABLY

THATS BECAUSE  THE MAJORITY OF ENGLAND PLAYERS OVER THE YEARS HAVE COME  FROM THAT TEAM I DONT KNOW!!

02/04/2012 16:52
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what game were you geordies watching liverpool shud of been 3-1 up at half time and 5-1 at full time you only had 2 shots on target in 90 mins you idiots have been gettin conned for years carrell was booked why wasnt ben arfa gutierrez or cabaye yellow carded or simpson red carded your not in europe yet start shouting at the end of season you mugs
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