Nick Pope (Burnley), Matthew Lowton (Burnley), Harry Maguire (Manchester United), Gary Cahill (Crystal Palace), Ben Chilwell (Chelsea), Georginio Wijnaldum (Liverpool), John McGinn (Aston Villa), Bruno Fernandes (Manchester United), Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace), Patrick Bamford (Leeds United), Callum Wilson (Newcastle United)
Nick Pope (Goalkeeper- Burnley)- Pope will need to be at his best for Burnley in Matchweek 12. They face a tough test against an Arsenal team that need three points.
Matthew Lowton (Right Back- Burnley)- Lowton is a quality player. He should be a big reason why Burnley stand a chance of defeating Arsenal.
Harry Maguire (Centre Back- Manchester United)- Maguire will be a key player should Manchester United win in Matchweek 12.
Gary Cahill (Centre Back- Crystal Palace)- Gary Cahill will be a key player for Crystal Palace when they play against Tottenham.
Ben Chilwell (Left Back- Chelsea)- Chilwell should have a good game against an out of form, Everton team.
Georginio Wijnaldum (Centre Midfield- Liverpool)- Wijnaldum will be looking to replicate his performance for Liverpool. That display came in Matchweek 11.
John McGinn (Centre Midfield- Aston Villa)- McGinn should have a good game against Wolves. It’s a game that Aston Villa will be looking to win. That’s, due to the fact that should have aspirations of finishing in the top half.
Bruno Fernandes (Centre Midfield- Manchester United)- Fernandes should be a pivotal part of the Manchester United team. He will need to be at his best if they defeat Manchester City.
Wilfried Zaha (Striker- Crystal Palace)- Zaha showed what a quality player he is in Matchweek 11. He should be at his best against Tottenham.
Patrick Bamford (Striker- Leeds United- Bamford has the chance to show why he may well be the top scorer. That’s at the end of the Premier League Season. He has a good opportunity to substantiate why against West Ham.
Callum Wilson (Striker- Newcastle United)- Callum Wilson should show why he is Newcastle United’s most important player. They play West Brom; expect Wilson to be clinical in the final third.