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606 All-Star Premier League XI

Saturday 25 January 2014, 20:54

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It's Pro Bowl weekend - when the best of the best in American Football's NFL come together and play each other in a one-off All-Star game. 

We asked you on Facebook and Twitter which players would make an All Star XI for the Premier League based on performances so far this season.

Football stats site, Squakwa have put together their best XI for us, using to their stats to see how the two compare.

Here's your XI:
#606ALLSTARXI

And here's Squakwa's:

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Here's some stats from Squawka on their XI:


Szczesny has kept 10 clean sheets this season. No goalkeeper in the Premier League has kept more.

 
Coleman has scored 5 goals this season. That’s more than any defender in the Premier Legaue.

 
Mertesacker - Arsenal have picked up 10 clean sheets in the Premier League this season, Per Mertesacker and Laurent Koscielny have been the centre-back pairing in all of these games.

 
Jagielka has completed 156 long passes (over 35 yards) this season. No player in the Premier League has completed more.

 
Baines has completed 19 crosses this season. No defender in the Premier League has completed more.


Ramsey has won on average 3.1 tackles per game this season. Only Joel Ward (3.3) and Claudio Yacob (3.2) have won more per game in the Premier League.


Jesus Navas has registered 6 assists this season. Only Rooney (9) and Özil (7) have managed more in the Premier League.

 
Yaya Toure has completed 1368 passes this season, that’s 200 more passes than any other Premier League player has managed.

 
Hazard has completed 78 take-ons this season. No player in the Premier League has managed more.

 
Aguero has scored 13 goals in the penalty area this season. Luis Suarez is the only player in the Premier League who has scored more (15).


Suarez - since coming back from suspension, Luis Suarez has been directly involved (scored or assisted) with 56% of Liverpool’s goals in the Premier League.

Surprised by any inclusions or exclusions? Let us know below.

Join the debate on Facebook or Twitter using #BBC606, or during the programme from 6:06pm on Saturdays and Sundays.

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