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Poll: Vote for your Premier League Player of The Week

| 23.06.2020

With the first full weekend of the Premier League’s return complete, we’ve been given our first indications of how the rest of the campaign might play out.

It was a great weekend for Wolves, Man City, Newcastle, Brighton, Crystal Palace and Southampton, each of whom picked up handy victories.

But who was your Premier League player of the week? We’ve asked the question over on @Ladbrokes. Have your say and let us know who gets your vote from our four selections…

Adama Traore – Wolves

He only played for 26 minutes, but Adama Traore’s entrance was the key in Wolves unlocking West Ham for 2-0 win on Saturday night.

His pace and power down the flanks gave Wolves a different edge in East London, and Traore was key in creating both of his side’s second-half strikes.

Phil Foden – Manchester City

After Pep Guardiola said last week that Phil Foden could be a legend for Man City, the youngster responded in the best way possible with two goals in an excellent performance as City thrashed Burnley 5-0 on Monday.

Danny Ings – Southampton

Would Danny Ings have made it into the England squad for Euro 2020? We’ll never know now, but the Southampton forward was a constant thorn in Norwich’s side on Friday night.

Ings netted the opener with his 16th goal of the season, and his movement gave the Canaries all sorts of trouble, as Saints cruised to a 3-0 win.

Allan Saint-Maximin – Newcastle

John Egan’s second-half red card for Sheffield United opened the door for Newcastle’s 3-0 win on Sunday, but the Blades had struggled to handle Allan Saint-Maximin from the get-go.

The winger had another sublime game, netting the opener, and led the way for one of the Toon’s best results of the season.

So, those are our four choices. But which one was your player of the week? Head to @Ladbrokes and let us know in our poll!

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Richard Marsh

Richard loves his sport, especially if it involves the sound of tyres screaming around a race track. He's not fussy though and his '90s Premier League nostalgia and knowledge of team nicknames is tough to match.