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One last time Prem. League before the World Cup

For me it is still surreal that the World Cup starts next Sunday and goes until just before Christmas. So until Boxing Day there is also a break in the Prem. League and we can be curious how the stars can perform for their nations. But now we turn to the 16th matchday of the Prem. League, which still has a lot to offer.


Gavin Bazunu (40₵, Southampton): The Irishman moved to Southampton for 14 million and has been a regular starter in the Saints’ box ever since, often impressing with his points. It is not for nothing that he has the most super passes this season. Liverpool will throw everything forward to start the World Cup break with a win and the 20-year-old could get a chance to prove himself.


Lisandro Martinez (90₵, Man. United): Things finally seemed to be back on track for the Red Devils, but then they lost their last game against an out-of-form Villa. The Argentine, who has become one of the most important players at Man. United but still continued to score strongly and is averaging 261 points in his last four games. He will be given plenty to do against Fulham and could be busy scoring points for you.

Ibrahima Konate (120₵, Liverpool): Konate has barely featured in the league this season. But in the last game against Tottenham he made his first start and was convincing all along the line. He won eleven of his twelve tackles and also intercepted twelve balls. He scored a total of 346 points and will again give everything on this matchday to play his way back into the starting line-up.

Pervis Estupinan (67₵, Brighton): The Brighton full-back played a mixed season until matchday 14, at least from a SPITCH point of view, but for the last two games he has been showing what he is made of. He scored 348 and 208 points and even managed to give an assist in one of the two games. He could shine again against Villa and hopefully he can continue his form.

Trent Alexander-Arnold (120₵, Liverpool): After Reece James got injured, it was obvious that he would start at the right-back position for England. Even though things are not really going well for Alexander-Arnold at the moment, he will start the World Cup uplifted and hopefully stand out in his last league game aswell. Opponents Southampton have parted company with their head coach Ralph Hasenhüttl after more than four years and may not yet be 100% comfortable with the change, which he could exploit.


Martin Ödegaard (112₵, Arsenal): Apart from his game against Chelsea, the Gunners captain can convince in almost every game. This season he already has four goals and two assists, but it is his play intelligence that stands out. Against Wolves, who are one of the weakest teams this season, he again has great scoring potential.

Dejan Kulusevski (94₵, Spurs): The Swede was able to return to the Spurs squad last week, after a lengthy injury lay-off, and was substituted both on the last matchday and during the week in the EFL Cup. It is not yet clear whether he will be fit enough to play 90 minutes, but if he is in the starting line-up then he should be on your radar.

Michael Olise (45₵, Palace): The 20-year-old midfielder from the Eagles has been in absolute form of late and seems to have firmly established himself in Palace’s starting line-up. In his last five starting appearances, he has not scored less than 200 points once and is averaging almost 300 points. Opponents Nottingham Forrest have the worst defence in the league, which could benefit Olise.

Solomon March (79₵, Brighton): He is also in good form, but has also shown us over the season that he is very important for Brighton. He stood out in the last game with a strong 424 points and could also impress on this matchday.


Mohammed Salah (160₵, Liverpool): The Egyptian King is back and seems to have found his form from last season in the last two games. He scored three goals and made 453 and 564 in those two games and he too could take advantage of the situation at Southampton and perform really strongly once again.

Bukayo Saka (91₵, Arsenal): The Arsenal winger is actually the polar opposite of Salah and has had a bit of a dry spell from a SPITCH point of view, but he and the Gunners have been so good this season that he could score plenty again against Wolves.

Other alternatives:

Other players to keep an eye on are Gabriel (110₵, Arsenal), who has always scored over 200 in his last five games, Harvey Barnes (67₵, Leicester), who has been playing very strongly of late and has scored three goals in his last four games and Leandro Trossard (77₵, Brighton), who could show his class once again.

About me: I have been supporting SPITCH in the various divisions for over a year 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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