Late goals were the order of the weekend as the season entered its crucial phase: Gareth Bale and Juan Mata gave Spurs and Chelsea much-needed late wins in their quests for Champions League qualification, while Gabby Agbonlahor scored a vital late goal for Aston Villa at Norwich. Wigan also needed a late winner to keep their survival hopes alive. But who made it into this week's PickOurTeam Team of the Week?
Goalkeeper: Wojciech Szczesny (Arsenal)
Szczesny lost his place earlier this season but was back to his best at QPR, as his late save denied what could have been a crucial equaliser from Loic Remy at Loftus Road, as Arsenal held out to win 1-0.
Full-backs: Nathaniel Clyne (Southampton), Emmerson Boyce (Wigan)
Two outstanding performances from players in the bottom half of the table, Clyne was solid in the face of Spurs's attacks and almost scored but had a shot saved by Hugo Lloris, while Boyce helped Wigan come from behind twice at West Brom.
Centre-backs: Sylvain Distin (Everton), Chico Flores (Swansea)
Distin almost won the Merseyside derby for Everton but his header was ruled out for a foul by Victory Anichebe; though the defender was solid throughout, while Chico frustrated Manchester City's forwards in their goalless draw at Swansea.
Midfielders: Juan Mata (Chelsea), Hal Robson-Kanu (Reading), Yohan Cabaye (Newcastle), Shaun Maloney (Wigan)
Mata was Chelsea's match-winner - again at Old Trafford, while Robson Kanu scored twice in the win at Fulham. Cabaye was Newcastle's best player at West Ham while Maloney set up two late goals as Wigan scored a dramatic win at West Brom.
Forwards: Gabby Agbonlahor (Aston Villa), Bryan Ruiz (Fulham) Agbonlahor scored one terrific goal, with a solo run that started in his own half, and one vital one, a late winner that lifted Villa closer to safety at Norwich; Ruiz has had a quiet season but he was Fulham's biggest threat and scored twice in the loss to Reading.