Predicted Premier League Team of the Week – Matchweek 22 (Premier League Season 2020-21)



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Aaron Ramsdale (Sheffield United), Matty Cash (Aston Villa), Tyrone Mings (Aston Villa), Antonio Rüdiger (Chelsea), Andrew Robertson (Liverpool), Andros Townsend (Crystal Palace), James Ward- Prowse (Southampton), Ross Barkley (Aston Villa) Jack Harrison (Leeds United), Danny Ings (Southampton), Callum Wilson (Newcastle United)


Aaron Ramsdale (Goalkeeper- Sheffield United)- Ramsdale should prove why Sheffield United have the capability of avoiding relegation in Matchweek 22.


Matty Cash (Right Back- Aston Villa)- Cash should prove why he is one of the best right backs in the Premier League. He has the potential to be highly regarded as he may do for Aston Villa.
Tyrone Mings (Centre Midfield- Aston Villa)- Mings of Aston Villa should display why he is well regarded in Matchweek 22.
Antonio Rüdiger (Centre Back- Chelsea)- Rüdiger should be a pivotal part of the Chelsea defence when they play Tottenham.
Andrew Robertson (Left Back- Liverpool)- Robertson has the opportunity to display what an important part of Liverpool’s team he is.


Andros Townsend (Right Wing- Crystal Palace)- Townsend has the opportunity to display how important a player he is to Crystal Palace.
James Ward-Prowse (Centre Midfield- Southampton)- Ward-Prowse has the opportunity to help Southampton upset Manchester United.
Ross Barkley (Centre Midfield- Aston Villa)- Barkley of Aston Villa should want to prove his Matchweek 21 performance wasn’t an aberration.
Jack Harrison (Left Wing- Leeds United)- Harrison should be a pivotal part of the Leeds United in Matchweek 22.


Danny Ings (Striker- Southampton)- Ings will be looking to help Southampton defeat Manchester United in what would be an upset. He could prove to be a pivotal part of that match.
Callum Wilson (Striker- Newcastle United)- Wilson of Newcastle United should gain plenty of confidence from scoring a brace in Matchweek 21. He will want to prove that his performance in Matchweek 21 wasn’t an aberration in Matchweek 22.

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