Every day we bring you what we think are some sensible selection options based on today’s upcoming matches; we’re not going to promise that these are guaranteed winners because if we could do that we’d all be millionaires by now. These players are all solid picks based on recent stats and their next opponents so check them out.
A busy FA CUP weekend now gives way to a busy Premier League schedule on Tuesday evening and there are eight games to choose from:
- Arsenal vs Southampton
- Leicester vs Liverpool
- Norwich vs Tottenham Hotspur
- Sunderland vs Manchester City
- West Ham United vs Aston Villa
- Crystal Palace vs Bournemouth
- Manchester United vs Stoke City
- West Brom vs Swansea City
Here’s Our Pick:
|Goalkeeper||Darren Randolph||West Ham||£8.6m|
|Defender||Aaron Cresswell||West Ham||£7.9m|
|Midfielder||Juan Mata||Manchester United||£8.2m|
|Midfielder||Cheikhou Kouyate||West Ham||£7.0m|
|Midfielder||Danny Drinkwater||Leicester City||£7.3m|
|Forward||Sergio Aguero||Manchester City||£14.8m|
|Forward||Jamie Vardy||Leicester City||£8.9m|
There’s a couple of matches tonight which look like earning some guaranteed points – Arsenal vs Southampton & West Ham vs Aston Villa – s that’s where five of our picks come from. They’re supplemented by two from Leicester City and then a scattering of other players, a couple picked for their price.
We’re confident of a West Ham clean sheet this evening so Darren Randolph starts in goal behind Aaron Cresswell. If Adrian is selected in goal ahead of Randolph we will swap them accordingly. Arsenal’s Nacho Monreal accompanies Spurs’ Tony Alderweireld in the other two spots.
It’s somewhat of a bargain midfield but it should yield a few points from four relatively consistent scorers – Juan Mata (Manchester United), Dusan Tadic (Southampton), Cheikhou Kouyate (West Ham) and Danny Drinkwater (Leicester City). Kouyate may be a doubt so will be swapped out if necessary closer to kick off.
We have a pretty strong and proven line up with Arsenal’s Olivier Giroud, Leicester’s Jamie Vardy and Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero – don’t let us down chaps.