Team of the Week and Weekend Wonders: Week 34
We're almost there now. The finishing line in this marathon is drawing ever closer. And with the race for both the top and avoiding the bottom as close as it has even been, we are left with more questions after the results of this past weekend.
With six Premier League games and two FA cup semi-finals to choose from, we're just about ready to name our Team of the Week.
The Oman keeper continued to build his reputation as one of the best keepers around with a fine performance in the 2-1 win over Arsenal.
Centre Back: Gary Caldwell (Wigan Athletic)
The inspirational captain was also pivitol to the Latic's victory over Arsenal, commanding the team to the deserved victory.
Centre Back: John Terry (Chelsea)
A very strong performance by the former England captain, who led his team to a brilliant, although not without controversy, win over Tottenham.
Centre Back: Jolean Lescott (Manchester City)
The former Everton defender was very strong up against Norwich's Grant Holt this week, aiding his team to a devestating 6-1 win at Carrow Road.
Right Midfield: Victor Moses (Wigan)
Quick, agile and tricky, Moses tore through the Arsenal defence on Monday night to cause many a problem for the Gunners.
Centre Midfield: Graham Dorrans (West Brom)
A first appearance for Dorrans, who scored the only goal in a victory over QPR. The goal was only a part of his majestic performance, however.
Centre Midfield: Paul Scholes (Manchester United)
The old guard is still coming good for United. Scholes has won in every game he has started for United in the Premier League since returning from retirement, and his class is still showing after an impressive game against Aston Villa.
Left Midfield: Gylfi Sigurdsson (Swansea City)
One of the signings of the year by Swansea, Sigurdsson is still making all the headlines after another brilliant game against Blackburn, scoring in the 3-0 win.
Right Forward: Wayne Rooney (Manchester United)
Form is temporary, class is permanent. Wayne Rooney was the meaning of this on Sunday. Although his general performance was not at it's usual best, the England striker still managed to score two goals to guide United closer to the finishing line.
Centre Forward: Didier Drogba (Chelsea)
The Chelsea striker scored a beauty to aid his side to a 5-1 trashing of Tottenham in the FA Cup semi-final. He gave King and Gallas a day to forget.
Left Forward: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
He's back! And a hat-trick against Norwich might just go some way to repairing his dented relationship with the City faithful.
Goal of the Weekend: Sergio Aguero (Manchester City)
A goal made in Argentina. Aguero and Tevez linked up beautifully for this one, with Carlos' back heel finding the former Athletico Madrid man, allowing him to fire in a peach of a goal at the near post from 20 years.
Manager of the Weekend: Roberto Martinez (Wigan)
Not just this weekend, what a couple of weeks it has been for Roberto. His side was robbed of the win at Chelsea, then they beat United midweek, and now they're beating Arsenal. Who do they think they are?
Howler of the Weekend: Slyvain Distin (Everton)
Not the best pass of the season, was it? Distin was sloppy in his return ball to keeper Tim Howard, allowing Luis Suarez to pounce and poach a goal, equalising the score at Wembly.
Mitch's Moment: Carlos is back!
Yes, yes Carlos Tevez has returned to the Premier League and is belting in the goals. But one has to wonder if this return is simply for the now, and will Tev want to leave again come the summer. It is highly unlikely that he's mind has changed, and will want to stay.
Do you agree or disagree with any of Mitch's views? Whatever you think, we'd love to hear from you.