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Ram Raid Into Team Of Week

Derby County`s James McEveley was rewarded for a fine performance in the goalless draw with Sunderland with a season's-best 24 points in the Actim Index, the official player ratings system of the Barclays Premier League.

It was enough to earn the defender a place in the Actim Index Team of the Week. It also saw the Scot become the Rams' highest-ranked player in the Index, moving up 27 points into 180th overall, three places ahead of fellow defender Darren Moore.

Alan Stubbs has the top individual match average amongst the squad, equivalent to 10 points per appearance, although Wales international Lewin Nyatanga scored 38 points in his only appearance for the club this term.

Analysis of all Premiership games is taking place throughout the season and the players in the Actim Index Team of the Week are:

Name/Team/Position/Match Score

Brad Friedel,Blackburn Rovers, Goalkeeper, 24

Ashley Cole, Chelsea, Defender, 35

Fabio Aurelio, Liverpool, Defender, 32

John Terry, Chelsea, Defender, 24

James McEveley, Derby County, Defender, 24

James Harper, Reading, Midfielder, 41

Joe Cole, Chelsea, Midfielder, 38

Michael Ballack, Chelsea, Midfielder, 33

Owen Hargreaves, Manchester United, Midfielder, 33

Mikael Forssell,Birmingham City, Striker, 69

Ayegbeni Yakubu, Everton, Striker, 50

The Actim Index is calculated using a unique mathematical formula that rates each player`s contribution be it goals, shots, passes, dribbles, tackles, crosses, saves, clearances, blocks, interceptions, assists, clean sheets, time on the pitch or number of points gained by the team with marks deducted for red and yellow cards.




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Date:Tuesday March 4 2008

Time: 4:28PM

Your Comments

Think you'll have trouble keeping this lad after relegation imo
cyjax
congrats well done there that man he probably deserves it
ozanne park rangers
As a beacon for East Midlands football think its a shame no one invested
codbater
Always rated McEveley. Has impressed me everytime I have seen him play. Shame my second team hasn't done as well as I had hoped this season! Then again my fulham aren't doing much better
oranje_emu
 

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