Nick Pope (Burnley), Matthew Lowton (Burnley), Ben Mee (Burnley), Harry Maguire (Manchester United), Luke Shaw (Manchester United), Tomas Soucek (West Ham), Jack Grealish (Aston Villa), Marcus Rashford (Manchester United), Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace), Callum Wilson (Newcastle United), Chris Wood (Burnley)
Nick Pope (Goalkeeper- Burnley)- Pope will need to play well for Burnley. That’s if they are to get anything out of Matchweek 21 in terms of points against Chelsea. It could be an upset win for Burnley and Pope should be a pivotal part of that.
Matthew Lowton (Right Back- Burnley)- Lowton is a player that should show he is a quality player in Matchweek 21.
Ben Mee (Centre Back- Burnley)- Mee should carry on his good form against Chelsea.
Harry Maguire (Centre Back- Manchester United)- Maguire will have to play well if Manchester United are to defeat Arsenal.
Luke Shaw (Left Back- Manchester United)- Shaw should display why he is a quality left back in Matchweek 21.
Tomas Soucek (Defensive Midfield- West Ham)- Soucek could help West Ham beat Liverpool. He could help West Ham score goals. Remarkably, he scored a brace in Matchweek 20.
Jack Grealish (Attacking Midfield- Aston Villa)- Grealish should assist Aston Villa defeat Southampton. If he can replicate his form from Matchweek 20 then he will be in the mix for Matchweek 21.
Marcus Rashford (Attacking Midfield- Manchester United)- Rashford will need to be at his best if Manchester United are to win against Arsenal.
Wilfried Zaha (Striker- Crystal Palace)- Zaha will get the opportunity to score more goals when Crystal Palace play Wolves. They need him to be clinical in the final third.
Callum Wilson (Striker- Newcastle United)- Wilson should show help Newcastle United get a result against Everton.
Chris Wood (Striker- Burnley)- Wood will want to score as he did in Matchweek 20 for Burnley. They will need him to play well to defeat Chelsea.