Goalkeeper: Vicente Guaita (Crystal Palace)
Centre Back: Victor Lindelöf (Manchester United)
Centre Back: Nathan Ake (Manchester City)
Centre Back: Tyrone Mings (Aston Villa)
Right Midfield: Andros Townsend (Crystal Palace)
Centre Midfield: Georginio Wijnaldum (Liverpool)
Centre Midfield: John Lundstram (Sheffield United)
Centre Midfield: Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City)
Left Midfield: Jack Harrison (Leeds United)
Striker: Callum Wilson (Newcastle United)
Striker: Raul Jiminez (Wolves)
Vicente Guaita will have to be at his best if Crystal Palace stand any chance of defeating Everton. If he can replicate his form from Matchweek 1 there’s a chance Crystal Palace could continue their unbeaten streak.
Victor Lindelöf of Manchester United will be hungry to prove his doubters wrong when Manchester United play against Brighton and Hove Albion.
Nathan Ake will want to prove that it was a good move by Manchester City to recruit him in a danger game for them against Leicester City.
Tyrone Mings will be looking to prove that his display in Matchweek 2 wasn’t an aberration when Aston Villa play against Fulham in Matchweek 3.
Andros Townsend from Crystal Palace will be looking to prove that his display against Manchester United in Matchweek 2 was no fluke.
Georginio Wijnaldum of Liverpool will need to be at his best against an Arsenal that have potent attacking weapons.
John Lundstram will be looking to prove that he is arguably Sheffield United’s most important player.
Kevin De Bruyne will want to prove that he is arguably the best player in the Premier League when Manchester City play.
Jack Harrison will want to substantiate he is a quality player when Leeds United play in Matchweek 3.
Callum Wilson will want to ensure that Newcastle United upset Tottenham.
Raul Jiminez will be looking to hit the back of the net when Wolves take on West Ham.