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Can Liverpool win the quadruple? 

We can look forward to another very interesting matchday in the Premier League, with one game in particular standing out. Liverpool vs Tottenham is an absolute cracker as Liverpool need the points in the title race and Tottenham need the points in the fight for the international places. Of course, the games for the other international places will also be very exciting, but apart from the games in the top half of the table, we must not forget the relegation battle. Norwich are officially relegated and Watford would need a miracle not to be relegated, which really leaves it down to avoiding relegation with Leeds, Burnley and Everton going head-to-head. 


Martin Dubravka (68₵, Newcastle): Newcastle United, after a very mixed season at the beginning, have now even managed to play their way into the top half of the Premier League table. In fact, they recently won four games in a row and only narrowly lost to Liverpool on the last matchday. The reason for this is above all a very good performance by goalkeeper Dubravka, who was only unable to save one of ten shots on goal. His performance at SPITCH was accordingly and he made 430 points. Man. City, their opponents this weekend, will be doing all they can to win after their bitter Champions League exit and the Slovakian will have his work cut out for him and may well become a scoring machine again. 


Joachim Andersen (64₵, Palace): Against Watford, who are as good as relegated, Crystal Palace are considered clear favourites, but I still expect Watford to play offensively as there is still a slim chance of staying up. Andersen could therefore have the opportunity to shine with his tackling strength. He averaged 322 points in the last four games, so he is in strong form, which he could show again against Watford. 

Pontus Jansson (70₵, Brentford): The game between Brentford and Southampton could go either way. Both have exactly the same amount of points and similar current form, but if Southampton don’t set off fireworks and both have similar possession stats, then Pontus Jansson could be a difference maker on match day. He only scored 75 in the 3-0 defeat to Brentford last time out, but the Swede has managed to score over 300 on a number of occasions this season and could put in another performance like that on matchday.  

Rob Holding (66₵, Arsenal): It is not yet clear whether Ben White will be able to return to the starting eleven after injury, but after Holding’s outstanding performance in the last game against West Ham, most Arsenal fans should have no problem with that. He scored 596 points, scored one goal and won every duel. Against relegation-threatened Leeds, Arsenal are favourites and the centre-back could be a cheap alternative defender should he play. 

Diogo Dalot (62₵, Man. United): Slowly playing his way into the Red Devils’ line-up, the Portuguese is not only performing well on the pitch but is now bringing you solid points at SPITCH. The Portuguese has impressed in the last two games, scoring 343 and 249, and will hopefully put in another strong performance like that against Brighton. 


Declan Rice (97₵, West Ham): West Ham will only let him go if a club is willing to pay his transfer fee of 150 million and some clubs even seem to be considering that. Of course, he is also playing an excellent season and is also one of SPITCH’s highest-scoring players. In his last five starting eleven appearances, he did not score less than 200 points once and is also a player you can always field with an average score of 240.  

Ruben Loftus-Cheek (86₵, Chelsea): He usually gets less playing time, but lately the Blues’ midfielder has been getting more and more starts. And at SPITCH he is scoring outstandingly. In the last four games he is averaging 304 points, although he is still without a goal in these games. Chelsea are considered favourites against Wolves and if he can continue his performances, he is a must in any SPITCH line-up.  

James McArthur (50₵, Palace): The Eagles captain is back in full force after prolonged injury problems and is really turning up the heat. In the last two games he scored 260 and 354 points and has one assist. With Crystal Palace favourites, he could well score again with a goal contribution, but even without that he has good scoring potential. 


Bukayo Saka (82₵, Arsenal): You can pretty much write him into any preview as well, as he is one of the few cheaper strikers to perform consistently. In his last eight matches, he scored below 200 only once. In his last three matches, he has been involved in a goal in each and these have all been against clubs who are in the race for the international places. He has a supposedly easier matchup against Leeds, but teams in the relegation battle are never to be underestimated.  

Richarlison (100₵, Everton): The relegation battle seems to be giving the Brazilian an extra boost. He has four goals in his last five games and is also the top shooter of any player in the Premier League and will again give his all against Leicester to avoid relegation.  

Ivan Toney (108₵, Brentford): Apart from his disastrous performance against Leeds on matchday 33, he is one of the players in the best form at the moment. In his last eight games he only scored under 250 twice and could shine with two assists and five goals. He could show that strength again against Southampton. 

Other alternatives:

Other players to keep an eye on are Joel Matip (128₵, Liverpool), who has been really strong this season, Christian Eriksen (84₵, Brentford), who is in outstanding form, and Gabriel Jesus (165₵, Man. City), who is in the best form of his career so far. 

About me: I have been assisting SPITCH in its various divisions for several months now. With my experience on the free pitches, I want to help you find interesting players that maybe not everyone has on their radar. 

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