Here are the predicted line-ups for gameweek seven!
Arsenal: The Gunners will likely start in a (1)3-4-2-1 again. Cech will be the goalkeeper, with the back three being Monreal, Koscielny and Mustafi. Kolasinac is looking sharp in that left wing-back position, with Bellerin playing on the right. Xhaka could be accompanied with Elneny in central midfield, as Ramsey is moved up the pitch to play alongside Sanchez. Özil is probably out through injury. Lacazette will likely be the main striker.
Monreal – Koscielny – Mustafi
Bellerin – Xhaka – Elneny – Kolasinac
Ramsey – Sanchez
AFC Bournemouth: We predict a (1)4-4-1-1 as the formation Eddie Howe’s men will form against Leicester City this weekend. Bournemouth should start with Begovic in goal. Francis and Ake should be joined by Smith and Daniels to form the back line. Gosling and Surman are set to fill the midfield with wide men Ibe and Stanislas. We should ser King and Defoe up front once again.
Smith – Francis – Ake – Daniels
Ibe – Surman – Gosling – Pugh
Brighton: Brighton could potentially shape up in a (1)4-4-2 for their match against Arsenal. Goalkeeper Mat Ryan starts the formation. The common back four consisting of Bruno, Duffy, Dunk and Suttner should start. Knockaert and March should play out wide, whilst Stephens will play alongside Propper in the middle. Groß and Brown will likely start as the strikers, following Hemed’s suspension.
Bruno – Dunk – Duffy – Suttner
Knockaert – Stephens – Propper – March
Groß – Brown
Burnley: Goalkeeper Pope starts off Burnley’s seemingly popular (1)4-4-2 setup as of late, as first choice keeper Heaton is sidelined with a shoulder injury. Tarkowski and Mee will play at the back with Lowton and Ward as the full-backs. The midfield will see Arfield, Defour, Cork and Brady included. Hendrick may be joined up front by Wood.
Lowton – Mee – Tarkowski – Ward
Brady – Defour – Cork – Arfield
Hendrick – Wood
Chelsea: The Blues are set to play in a (1)3-4-2-1. Courtois will play in goal, with a line of 3 in front of him, which will highly likely include Cahill, Christensen and Azpilicueta. Wing-back Victor Moses should retain his position as the right wing-back. Alonso will be the other full-back. Kante will play in the centre with Bakayoko. Morata could play alongside Pedro, with Hazard likely completing the attacking trio.
Azpilicueta – Cahill – Christensen
Moses – Kante – Bakayoko – Alonso
Pedro – Hazard
Crystal Palace: Probably the most unlucky team in England right now, Palace will likely shape up in a (1)4-5-1, beginning with Hennessey between the posts. The back line will see Van Aanholt at right-back, Sakho with Dann in the centre and Ward as left-back. Cabaye, Riedewald and Milivojevic will play with Schlupp and Townsend in the midfield. Loftus-Cheek is out through injury again, as is first choice striker Benteke, so Sako will be the attacking option for this gameweek.
Van Aanholt – Sakho– Dann – Ward
Townsend – Milivojevic – Cabaye – Riedewald – Schlupp
Everton: The Toffees could play a (1)4-2-3-1. Jordan Pickford will start in goal. The back four are expected to be Martina, Holgate, Williams and Baines. Schneiderlin should play in the middle with Gueye, supplying Calvert-Lewin, Rooney and Sigurdsson with balls. Niasse is likely to lead the attack again.
Martina – Holgate – Williams – Baines
Schneiderlin – Gueye
Calvert-Lewin – Rooney – Sigurdsson
Huddersfield: A slightly tweaked (1)4-2-3-1 looks the probable formation for Huddersfield’s upcoming game versus Burnley. Lössl will surely play in goal, protected by the defensive line of four which will include Schindler, Zanka, Smith and Löwe. The double-pivot, Billing and Mooy, will play through the centre to Kachunga, Ince and Sabiri, who is expected to step in for van La Parra. Depoitre will be leading the Huddersfield attack as Mounie misses out through a head injury.
Smith – Jorgensen – Schindler – Löwe
Mooy – Hogg
Kachunga – Sabiri – Ince
Leicester City: A traditional (1)4-4-2 looks like the formation to be used by Craig Shakespeare when Leicester face Bournemouth this week. Schmeichel will be The Foxes’ shot-stopper, behind Morgan and Maguire. Fuchs and Simpson should start as the full-backs. Further up the pitch Mahrez and Albrighton are expected to be roaming the wide areas. Ndidi and King look to piece together the team in central-midfield. Up front, we should see the common occurrence of Okazaki and Vardy (if fit).
Simpson – Morgan – Maguire – Fuchs
Mahrez – Ndidi – King – Albrighton
Okazaki – Vardy
Liverpool: A (1)4-3-3 arrangement is unlikely to be replaced by another formation as they face Newcastle this gameweek. Starting with Mignolet in goal, Klavan and Matip will be joined by Gomez and Moreno in defence. Henderson and Can will play Coutinho. The front three will see the return of Sadio Mane on the left wing, Salah on the right wing and Firmino playing as the striker.
Gomez – Klavan – Matip – Moreno
Can – Henderson – Coutinho
Salah – Firmino – Mane
Manchester City: A (1)4-1-4-1 looks in contention for Pep Guardiola’s side this weekend, starting with Ederson in goal. The centre-back roles look to be filled by Stones and Otamendi, with Kompany out with a calf injury. Walker and Danilo should play as the full-backs following Mendy’s injury. Fernandinho will play behind de Bruyne and David Silva central midfield. On the left could be Bernardo Silva, and on the opposite wing could be inform Sane. Gabriel Jesus is highly likely to feature as Agüero is ruled out with a rib injury.
Walker – Stones – Otamendi – Danilo
Sane – de Bruyne – Silva – Bernardo
Manchester United: Jose Mourinho looks to continue his great form, using a (1)4-2-3-1 formation again. de Gea will play in goal with Smalling and Bailly in front of the Spaniard, whilst Valencia and Blind should fill the full-back positions. Matic will play with Herrera, as Paul Pogba is out for over a month through injury. The feared attacking line of Mata, Mkhitaryan and Rashford will play behind Lukaku, the line striker.
Valencia – Smalling – Bailly – Blind
Herrera – Matic
Mata – Mkhitaryan – Rashford
Newcastle United: Goalkeeper Elliot is the first player in our predicted (1)4-4-1-1, with Clark and Lascelles in front of him. Mbemba will play out wide as the left full-back, with Yedlin playing as the right-sided full-back. Hayden and Merino should start in central-midfield, whilst Ritchie and Atsu are pushed out wide. Joselu and Perez will push forward as the strikers.
Yedlin – Lascelles – Clark – Mbemba
Ritchie – Hayden – Merino – Atsu
Joselu – Perez
Southampton: The Saints will be using the (1)4-2-3-1 formation. In goal will be Forster, with a back four that could see Virgil Van Dijk re-join the side with Hoedt, with Cedric and Bertrand as full-backs. Lemina and Romeu Vidal look to display another great performance in the deeper role that they play behind the next line of three which will hold Davis, Tadic and Redmond. Up front will be striker Long once again.
Cedric – Hoedt – Van Dijk – Bertrand
Lemina – Romeu
Tadic – Davis – Redmond
Stoke City: A (1)3-5-2 setup looks the formation Stoke City will employ this weekend against Southampton. Butland will start in goal behind Johnson, Zouma and Cameron. Allen and Fletcher will start in line with Diouf and Pieters in midfield. Shaqiri could sit just behind the striker, Jese, with Choupo-Moting.
Johnson – Zouma – Cameron
Diouf – Fletcher – Allen – Pieters
Choupo-Moting – Shaqiri
Swansea City: The Swans look to line up in a (1)4-3-1-2 formation. Between the sticks will be Fabianski. In front of him should be the defenders, in Mawson, Fernandez, Olsson and Naughton. The midfield will see Clucas, Mesa and Sanches. Ayew will sit just behind Abraham and Bony.
Naughton – Mawson – Fernandez – Olsson
Clucas – Mesa – Sanches
Abraham – Bony
Tottenham Hotspur: (1)3-4-2-1 is the likely set up to be used by Spurs this time around as they face West Ham United away. Lloris will play between the sticks. Alderweireld and Vertonghen are expected to be playing at the back with Sanchez. Dier and Sissoko should take control of the centre with Trippier and Davies out wide. Eriksen and Alli will play further up the field behind the striker. Harry Kane will look to improve his premier league scoring so far, whilst Son is pushed to the bench by Davies.
Sanchez – Alderweireld – Vertonghen
Trippier – Dier – Dembele – Davies
Eriksen – Alli
Watford: Our predicted line-up for Watford uses the (1)4-2-3-1 formation, starting with Gomes covering the net. Kabasele and Britos should play as Watford’s centre-backs. The full-back positions should be filled by Femenia and Holebas. Doucoure and Capoue will be the protection in front of the backline. Carillo, Cleverley and Richarlison will play as Watford’s attacking trio behind the striker, Gray.
Femenia – Kabasele – Britos – Holebas
Capoue – Doucoure
Carrillo – Cleverley – Richarlison
West Bromwich Albion: A (1)4-5-1 formation could be utilised by West Brom, starting with goalie Foster. Dawson is in line to play with Evans in the centre, whilst Gibbs will play out wide with Nyom. Krychowiak will play as a defensive central midfield with fellow teammates Barry and Morrison. Brunt and Phillips are expected to play at the end of the midfield line, pushing McClean clear of the starting 11. West Brom’s striker will be Rodriguez.
Nyom – Evans – Dawson – Gibbs
Phillips – Barry – Krychowiak – Morrison – Brunt
West Ham United: The (1)3-4-3 setup will be used for West Ham’s fixture against Swansea. Starting with Joe Hart in goal, Reid should start alongside Ogbonna and Fonte, whilst we will see Zabaleta and Cresswell further out wide as The Hammer’s wing-backs. Noble and Kouyate will complete the midfield. Antonio and Arnautovic will play as forwards, with Hernandez playing as the main striker.
Ogbonna – Fonte – Reid
Zabaleta – Kouyate – Noble – Cresswell
Antonio – Hernandez – Arnautovic