By Marcus ChhanFollow @@MarcusChhan
Both Suarez and Bale performed brilliantly for their respective teams, guiding them to memorable away victories over the weekend.
In fact, there were a few players from Liverpool's 5-2 win over Norwich and Spurs' 3-2 win over Manchester United which made the first XI.
Other clubs which get a mention include Sunderland, Everton, Stoke, Chelsea and Manchester City.
This week the formation is 4-3-3.
Teams of the Week
On a Premier League weekend which saw Arsenal host Chelsea, Manchester United lose to Tottenham as well as Liverpool put five goals past Norwich; Saturday's game between Sunderland and Wigan was destined to go unnoticed by the majority.
If you did missed it, well, it wasn't a game overflowing with quality but Sunderland goalkeeper Simon Mignolet was certainly the standout performer. Wigan created two good early chances and Mignolet was equal to both of them - first stopping an effort from James McCarthy with his feet, and then an incredible reflex save to deny Arouna Kone from close range. Sunderland went on to win the match 1-0 to claim their first league win of the season.
RB: Seamus Coleman (Everton)
Everton played some irresistible football against Southampton on their way to a 3-1 win over the weekend. Central to Everton's attractive football that day was full-back / winger Seamus Coleman. His cross for Nikica Jelavic's second goal got him an assist for the game but he also set up about three more good chances for Everton to score which they failed to take.
LB: Jan Vertonghen (Tottenham)
A Spurs fan I know described Tottenham's summer signing Jan Vertonghen to me as a beast ahead of Saturday's game with Manchester United. How right he was. And on match day it took United less than two minutes to find this out for themselves as he combined with Gareth Bale down the left before forcing his way into the penalty box for the finish and goal.
CB: Robert Huth (Stoke)
There weren't too many outstanding defensive performances from the Premier League in round six with only two clean sheets across the 10 games. One centre-back who did shine was Stoke's Robert Huth. He kept the attacking threat of Swansea in-check to help his team to the 2-0 victory and also picked up the runs of the dangerous Michu expertly.
CB: William Gallas (Tottenham)
I think this may be the first time that a centre-back from a team which conceded two goals in a half where they were dominated, has made it into my Team of the Week. I just couldn't leave William Gallas out, simply because Spurs would have lost and not won 3-2 had he not picked up the defensive slack shown by his team-mates in the second half against Manchester United.
AMRC: Juan Mata (Chelsea)
Fully rested and raring to go. Juan Mata was the star man for Chelsea as they wore down Arsenal to record a notable 2-1 win at the Emirates. The Spaniard's delivery from the set-piece exposed the Gunners defence for both Blues goals. Time to get him into your Football Fantasy team.
AMLC: Gareth Bale (Tottenham)
Gareth Bale's performance against Manchester United for Tottenham was the highlight of the week for me because you knew you were witnessing something special. He absolutely destroyed United's defence and if Sir Alex Ferguson had not made the changes to win back control of midfield and possession then Spurs would have cruised to victory instead of holding on for the 3-2 win. This doesn't take away from Bale's super performance, though, which included leaving a back pedalling Rio Ferdinand for dead before finishing coolly with a right footed strike across goal.
CM: Nuri Sahin (Liverpool)
Nuri Sahin is still finding his feet in the Premier League after joining Liverpool on-loan from Real Madrid before the summer transfer window shut. So far he looks every bit a player capable of being a starter in midfield for a club the size of Liverpool. His latest contribution for the Reds was to set-up team-mate Luis Suarez's third goal in the 5-2 hammering of Norwich.
ST: Luis Suarez (Liverpool)
The word "unplayable" is overused in football but I don't think there is a better word to describe Luis Suarez during Saturday's 5-2 win for Liverpool against Norwich. He scored a hat-trick but could have had five goals and a couple of assists such was his dominance. Additionally, he had one stone-wall penalty shout turned down and was a constant menace to the Norwich defence right from the first whistle.
ST: Nikica Jelavic (Everton)
Everton striker Nikica Jelavic's reputation as a lethal finisher in the Premier League continues to grow after his brace against Southampton on Saturday. His first goal came from a calm finish after being played in down the left; his second goal was a neat back-post header. That's now 10 goals in 11 Premier League appearances for Jelavic. Lethal.
ST: Demba Ba (Newcastle)
Demba Ba is another one of the Premier League strikers currently lighting up the goal scoring charts. His latest effort worth a mention came against Reading and it was a magnificent volley on a ball played over the top and dropping over his right shoulder.
Special Mention: Edin Dzeko (Manchester City)
Edin Dzeko continues to score important goals for Manchester City despite a lack of first team opportunities. On Saturday, he came off the bench to net the winner in City's 2-1 win over Fulham. The goal came just 66 seconds after he entered the pitch - the fastest goal by a sub in the Premier League so far in the current season.
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