Predicted Premier League Team of the Week – Matchweek 14 (Premier League Season 2020-21)

Formation

4-3-3

Starting 11

Nick Pope (Burnley), Matthew Cash (Aston Villa), John Egan (Sheffield United), Michael Keane (Everton), Ezgjan Alioski (Leeds United), James Ward-Prowse (Southampton), Gylfi Sigurdsson (Everton), Mateusz Klich (Leeds United), Jamie Vardy (Leicester City), Chris Wood (Burnley), Patrick Bamford (Leeds United)

Goalkeeper

Nick Pope (Goalkeeper- Burnley)- Pope will need to play to an optimum level if Burnley are to upset Wolves.

Defenders

Matthew Cash (Right Back- Aston Villa)- Cash will want to have a good game. He will be eager to play well after serving a suspension. He should be an important part of Aston Villa’s team.
John Egan (Centre Back- Sheffield United)- Egan of Sheffield United will need to play well to contain Brighton and Hove Albion in the final third.
Michael Keane (Centre Back- Everton)- Keane has helped Everton keep a clean sheet against Chelsea and Leicester City!
Ezgjan Alioski (Left Back- Leeds United)- Alioski should help Leeds United win.

Midfielders

James Ward-Prowse (Centre Midfield- Southampton)- Ward-Prowse will be pivotal for Southampton against Manchester City.
Gylfi Sigurdsson (Centre Midfield- Everton)- Sigurdsson will need to be at his best for Everton. They will be playing against an Arsenal team in need of a win.
Mateusz Klich (Centre Midfield- Leeds United)- Klich should have a good game for Leeds United. It’s an important game for them against Manchester United. It’s a danger match for Manchester United as Leeds United are a good team.

Strikers

Jamie Vardy (Striker- Leicester City)- Vardy will be hungry to score against Tottenham for Leicester City. It could be a Season defining match.
Chris Wood (Striker- Burnley)- Wood of Burnley should be looking to score goals against Wolves.
Patrick Bamford (Striker- Leeds United)- Bamford can prove why he could get the most goals of anyone this Premier League Season. The Leeds United striker has the ability to score goals at important times in matches.

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