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Championship and Premier League Best-XIs via High5It

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Fans have been appreciating stand-out players all season – now our partners at High5It have given us their best XIs from the Premier League and Championship. 

Fans can engage and high five the players who they appreciate most at each fixture through the app, free to download here, and keep up-to-date with all the latest football news.

PREMIER LEAGUE: Harry Kane has had a remarkable season – his goal against Newcastle at the weekend his 30th in all competitions. Alexis Sanchez, Phillppe Coutinho and Eden Hazard have also shone. Adding creative flair to their sides, causing problems for defenders week in, week out. Nemanja Matic and Branislav Ivanovic have been consistently strong in Chelsea’s defensive spine – now on course to win the Premier League title.

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CHAMPIONSHIP: In-form Daryl Murphy’s 24 league goals have helped Ipswich Town into the play-off places. Bournemouth are still chasing automatic promotion, Matt Ritchie’s contribution in midfield has not gone unnoticed, the most High5’d player in the division. Middlesbrough have only conceded 12 goals at home, Daniel Ayala and goalkeeper Dimi Konstantopoulos part of the league‘s best defence.

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