Goalkeeper: Nick Pope (Burnley)
Right Back: Matthew Lowton (Burnley)
Centre Back: Kevin Long (Burnley)
Centre Back: Harry Maguire (Manchester United)
Left Back: Andrew Robertson (Liverpool)
Centre Midfield: Ross Barkley (Aston Villa)
Centre Midfield: Ashley Westwood (Burnley)
Centre Midfield: Sander Berge (Sheffield United)
Striker: Marcus Rashford (Manchester United)
Striker: Raúl Jiménez (Wolves)
Striker: Patrick Bamford (Leeds United)
Nick Pope will have to be playing at his optimum level if Burnley are to defeat Chelsea. Expect that to be the case if Matchweek 6 is any indication. Expect him to be at his best in a game that Burnley will believe that they are a chance to get a result in against Chelsea in Matchweek 7.
Matthew Lowton has the opportunity to prove that he deserves to be a permanent part of Burnley’s team in Matchweek 7.
Kevin Long should prove that he is a quality centre back against Chelsea for Burnley in Matchweek 7.
Harry Maguire has the opportunity to prove why he is Captain of Manchester United in an important game for them in Matchweek 7 against Arsenal.
Andrew Robertson from Liverpool can prove why he is possibly the best left back in the Premier League in Matchweek 7.
Ross Barkley of Aston Villa has the opportunity to prove that he is a world class player against Southampton in Matchweek 7. He is a player that can create opposition defences problems.
Ashley Westwood has played every game for Burnley this Premier League Season against Chelsea.
Sander Berge will need to be at his best for Sheffield United if they are to get anything out of the game in Matchweek 7 against Manchester City.
Marcus Rashford from Manchester United should be too good for the Arsenal defence.
Raúl Jiménez from Wolves will have the opportunity to cause the Crystal Palace defence problems in Matchweek 7.
Patrick Bamford of Leeds United should score at least one goal against Leicester