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Possible preliminary decision in the race for the Championship?

The Prem. League is entering the final spurt and it is a tough one. On this matchday the duel of the giants Man. City vs. Liverpool will take place. Both teams won their Champ. League games and want to take the momentum with them into this possibly decisive game for the championship. So we can look forward to this exciting matchday and in this preview I will present you interesting players, but also favourable alternatives for your line-up.


David Raya (70 , Brentford): Yes, he was already in the preview last time, but there is no one better in goal at SPITCH at the moment and therefore the choice falls on David Raya again. Against Chelsea he collected an outstanding seven TW: saves and proved his quality once more. This time it’s on against West Ham, who are currently in sixth place, so Raya will most likely get another chance to fish some balls and grab some solid points.


Antonio Rüdiger (102 , Chelsea): Despite losing, Rüdiger scored an incredible 583 points in the 4-1 defeat to Brentford. His dream goal will also have boosted his confidence and I expect him to be involved in the offense again against Southampton. If he can add a shot or two to his usuall performance, then you can’t go wrong with Rüdiger in defense. 

Joel Veltman (78 , Brighton): It’s off to London for Brighton to face Arsenal FC and that probably means a busy day for the defense. Therefore, my choice fell on Joel Veltman as he did not lose one duel in the game against Norwich and in addition he also convinces with his low price.  

Pontus Jansson (70 , Brentford): The 31-year-old Swede consistently delivers solid performances at SPITCH. His 224 average points, are definitely worth watching at such a low price, so he represents a good alternative on this matchday and still leaves budget open for the expensive players. 


Martin Ødegaard (72 , Arsenal): Things didn’t go quite as well as hoped for the Norwegian lately, but now it’s on against Brighton and Arsenal need a win to keep their hopes of a Champ. League place alive, so I expect an attack-minded game from the Gunners with lots of actions from Ødegaard. 

Christian Eriksen (84 , Brentford): After his return, it didn’t take long for Eriksen to get back to previous performances. The Dane scored again against Chelsea and is currently in top form. In addition, he currently offers high quality for a fairly low price. 

Dejan Kulusevski (94 , Spurs): The “Ginger from Sweden”, as the home fans have named him, is convincing all along the line at Tottenham, so that there is already talks of signing him in the summer. He already has five assists and two goals in just ten games for Spurs. 

Fred (95 , Man. United): The alternative to Bruno Fernandes? Fred scored in the Red Devils’ last game and now they face Everton, who currently have the second most goals conceded in the league. So Fred is in a pretty good spot to pick up some decent points 


Anthony Elanga (14 , Man. United): If you look at the stats, Elanga doesn’t really impress. But for just 14 credits, he doesn’t need to score every game to pay off either. Against Everton, he’s guaranteed to get chances to score and if he does fire a shot or two on goal, he’ll offer super added value. 

Harry Kane (162 , Spurs): There is hardly a comparable attacking duo at the moment, Kane & Son feed of each other for points again and again and therefore it makes sense to let them play together to benefit from both of them.

HeungMin Son (176 , Spurs): Son is currently second in the scoring charts with 14 goals and Kane is right behind his teammate with 12 goals. Since the South Korean is currently in front, it’s probably his turn to assist again this weekend. 😉 

About me: I started my SPITCH career early as a user, but have since switched sides. At the moment I’m working in the User-Support and want to share  my experience with you, so you can climb up the rankings. 



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