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.
Tuesday evening brings is an extremely important set of Premier League fixtures with the league leaders in action at home as well as four other interesting match-ups:
- Arsenal vs Swansea
- Stoke City vs Newcastle
- West Ham vs Tottenham Hotspur
- Liverpool vs Manchester City
- Manchester United vs Watford
Here’s Our Pick:
|Goalkeeper||David de Gea||Manchester United||£6.7m|
|Defender||Erik Pieters||Stoke City||£7.7m|
|Defender||Guillermo Varela||Manchester United||£6.5m|
|Midfielder||Juan Mata||Manchester United||£8.9m|
|Forward||Marko Arnautovic||Stoke City||£7.5m|
We like the look of clean sheets from Arsenal, Manchester United and Stoke City this evening and we also fancy The Gunners to dominate possession against a Swansea side in patchy form at the moment.
Manchester United play a big part in defence and midfield in what should be a regulation win against Watford and we also have two players from Liverpool (vs Manchester City) and Stoke City (vs Newcastle United) to complete the line up.
A couple of players have injury concerns which may mean some pre-match changes.
Man Utd’s David de Gea is our goalkeeper behind his teammate Guillermo Valera – both players are good value for this evening’s match; Arsenal’s Nacho Monreal and Stoke’s Erik Pieters make up the remaining places.
It’s a four man midfield comprising Mesut Ozil and Aaron Ramsey from Arsenal alongside Manchester United’s Juan Mata and Liverpool’s Philippe Coutinho – all four are capable of hauling the points in if things go their way.
This is not a nailed-on scoring lineup but it could be very handy if we’re lucky – it features Stoke’s Marko Arnautovic (back to form after a brief injury), Arsenal’s Theo Walcott and Liverpool’s impressive Daniel Sturridge.
*In the event that certain players are not selected, last-minute changes may be required.