Goalkeeper: Bernd Leno (Arsenal)
Right Back: Phil Bardsley (Burnley)
Centre Back: Tyrone Mings (Aston Villa)
Centre Back: Gabriel (Arsenal)
Left Back: Ryan Bertrand (Southampton)
Centre Midfield: Ross Barkley (Aston Villa)
Centre Midfield: Ashley Westwood (Burnley)
Centre Midfield: Mateusz Klich (Leeds United)
Striker: Callum Wilson (Newcastle United)
Striker: Harry Kane (Tottenham)
Striker: Marcus Rashford (Manchester United)
Bernd Leno will have to be at his best if Arsenal are to stand any chance of defeating Manchester City. Expect him to relish the opportunity of playing against Manchester City.
Phil Bardsley will be looking to perform at his optimum level for Burnley against West Bromwich Albion.
Tyrone Mings of Burnley should make the most of the opportunity to curtail the likes of Jamie Vardy from Leicester City.
Gabriel will need to put in a good display if Arsenal are to defeat Manchester City.
Ryan Bertrand of Southampton will be endeavouring to curtail the influence that the attacking Chelsea players have on the game.
Ross Barkley is on loan from Chelsea to Aston Villa. He is a quality midfielder who will be sorely missed by Chelsea as he will be wanting to prove his performance in Matchweek 4 wasn’t an aberration.
Ashley Westwood of Burnley will be looking to make an impact in the final third in Matchweek 5.
Mateusz Klich will be looking to add to his two goals and one assist that he has had so far this Season.
Callum Wilson of Newcastle United will be difficult for the Manchester United defence to limit his influence on the game. Expect him to get on the scoresheet.
Harry Kane will be tough for the West Ham defence to stop.
Marcus Rashford should relish playing a more attacking role for Manchester United given Anthony Martial is suspended in Matchweek 5.