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FANTASY FORECAST 2017/18: FPL Gameweek 21

Ahead of each Gameweek in the Fantasy Premier League the Hype Train invites a special guest onto its Fantasy Forecast, where the three members of the Hype Team and its Guests will duel for FPL supremacy in predicting Premier League scores, as well as going head to head in picking a Scout Picks squad for the relevant Gameweek. In addition, we give our insight into who are the players to watch and those to drop, both for traditional FPL leagues and the Draft mode, as well as providing insight into captaincy picks, differentials for the week, and more. Welcome to the Forecast. All aboard.

Fantasy Premier League: Gameweek Deadline

For the 2016/17 Premier League season, the FPL deadline will be one hour before the commencement of the week's first game. The Premier League website lists each FPL deadline, you can always ask on social media, and you can also view a real time countdown on our Weekly Hype page.

How does our Forecasting work?

We have taken to our Hype Team, and the FPL Community, to compete in a weekly head to head dual of wits. We are asking the questions that dominate each week in the Fantasy Premier League: who to pick, who to avoid, who to captain, and who may surprise. The 3 members of the Hype Team, and a Guest, will provide weekly insight for the Gameweek ahead. For the sake of respecting the rules of the Forecast, we have provided an example of what we're sending out to interested parties.

  • Premier League Fixture Prediction: As pundits, we are testing our football acumen with PL predictions and will be providing regular updated tables and stats in each edition of the FPL Forecast. A perfect score is worth 3 points whilst a correct result is worth 1 point.

  • FPL Gameweek Forecasting: Answering the regular questions that come up every single week in the Fantasy Premier League community that helps with identifying captaincy picks, transfers, attacking options, clean sheet potential, teams to look our for and avoid, players to consider for the Draft game, the wildcard differential players, as well as general analysis and comments.

  • Scout Picks: Picking a squad of 15 for a single Gameweek, without any budget, using the rules of the FPL - formations, captains and vice captains, and the player limits of 3 per club (chips will not be feature of these weekly picks)

  • Each team must pick a Captain, labelled as (c) and a Vice Captain listed as (vc).

Fixture Prediction: 2017/18 Points Table

In our predictions a perfect score is 3 points, and predicting the right outcome is worth 1 point (aka if a team wins but, you predict it, but don't get the perfect score). Below is the Gameweek and overall rundown of our Premier League predictions series for the season.

Sam Austin (@HypeTrainSam): 6 (1), 4 (2), 8 (3), 3 (4), 9 (5), 6 (6), 7 (7), 7 (8), 4 (9), 12 (10), 5 (11), 7 (12), 4 (13), 6 (14), 8 (15), 4 (16), 12 (17), 6 (18), 6 (19), 8 (20) = 132pts

Phil Jones (@HypeTrainPhil): 10 (1), 5 (2), 6 (3), 4 (4), 9 (5), 5 (6), 5 (7), 3 (8), 3 (9), 8 (10), 4 (11), 7 (12), 5 (13), 4 (14), 5 (15), 6 (16), 9 (17), 7 (18), 2 (19), 8 (20) = 115pts

Robert Austin (@HypeTrainRob): 4 (1), 5 (2), 8 (3), 2 (4), 7 (5), 9 (6), 8 (7), 10 (8), 8 (9), 6 (10), 5 (11), 6 (12), 13 (13), 5 (14), 8 (15), 9 (16), 10 (17), 9 (18), 5 (19), 5 (20) = 142pts

Special Guests: 4 (1), 4 (2), 7 (3), 2 (4), 2 (5), 8 (6), 13 (7), 9 (8), 3 (9), 10 (10), 4 (11), 8 (12), 7 (13), 4 (14), 13 (15), 8 (16), 8 (17), 9 (18), 4 (19), 5 (20) = 127pts

Special Guests

GW1 - @FPLConnect: 4 points (0 perfect, 4 correct, 6 wrong)

GW2 - @FPLsleuth: 4 points (0 perfect, 4 correct, 6 wrong)

GW3 - @FPLBraveheart: 6 points (1 perfect, 3 correct, 6 wrong)

GW4 - @FPLJournalBlog: 2 points (0 perfect, 2 correct, 8 wrong)

GW5 - @FPL_Ted: 2 points (0 perfect, 2 correct, 8 wrong)

GW6 - @CGA_FPL: 8 points (1 perfect, 5 correct, 4 wrong)

GW7 - @FPLMad: 11pts (3 perfect, 2 correct, 5 wrong)

GW8 - @OddsOnFPL: 9pts (2 perfect, 3 correct, 5 wrong)

GW9 - @FPL_vs: 3pts (0 perfect, 3 correct, 7 wrong)

GW10 - @TheTinkerMen: 10pts (2 perfect, 4 correct, 4 wrong)

GW11 - @FPLStag: 4 pts (0 perfect, 4 correct, 6 wrong)

GW12 - @FFootballHub: 8pts (1 perfect, 5 correct, 4 wrong)

GW13 - @FPL_Aussie: 7pts (1 perfect, 4 correct, 5 wrong)

GW14 - @ShirtsvSkinsFPL: 4pts (0 perfect, 4 correct, 6 wrong)

GW15 - @TheFPLPodcast: 13pts (3 perfect, 4 correct, 3 wrong)

GW16 - @FPLFanatix: 8pts (2 perfect, 2 correct, 6 wrong)

GW17 - @FPLDino: 8pts (1 perfect, 5 correct, 4 wrong)

GW18 - @FplFreddo: 9pts (1 perfect, 6 correct, 3 wrong)

GW19 - @FPL_Batman: 4pts (0 perfect, 4 correct, 6 wrong)

GW20 - @FPL_FC: 5pts (0 perfect, 5 correct, 5 wrong)

Individual Gameweek Predictions

GW1: Sam (6), Phil (10), Rob (4), @FPL_Connect (4)

GW2: Sam (4), Phil (5), Rob (5), @FPLsleuth (4)

GW3: Sam (8), Phil (6), Rob, (8), @FPLBraveheart (7)

GW4: Sam (3), Phil (4), Rob (2), @FPLJournalBlog (2)

GW5: Sam (9), Phil (9), Rob (7), @FPL_Ted (2)

GW6: Sam (6), Phil (5), Rob (9), @CGA_FPL (8)

GW7: Sam (5), Phil (7), Rob (8), @FPLMad (11)

GW8: Sam (7), Phil (3), Rob (10), @OddsOnFPL (9)

GW9: Sam (4), Phil (3), Rob (8), @FPL_vs (3)

GW10: Sam (12), Phil (8), Rob (6), @TheTinkerMen (10)

GW11: Sam (5), Phil (4), Rob (5), @FPLStag (4)

GW12: Sam (7), Phil (7), Rob (6), @FFootballHub (8)

GW13: Sam (4), Phil (5), Rob (13), @FPL_Aussie (7)

GW14: Sam (6), Phil (4), Rob (5), @ShirtsvSkinsFPL (4)

GW15: Sam (8), Phil (5), Rob (8), @TheFPLPodcast (13)

GW16: Sam (4), Phil (6), Rob (9), @FPLFanatix (8)

GW17: Sam (12), Phil (9), Rob (10), @FPLDino (8)

GW18: Sam (6), Phil (7), Rob (9), @FplFreddo (9)

GW19: Sam (6), Phil (2), Rob (5), @FPL_Batman (4)

GW20: Sam (8), Phil (8), Rob (5), @FPL_FC (5)

FPL Scout Picks: 2017/18 Points Table

Picking a squad of 15 for a single Gameweek, using the rules of the FPL - formations, captains and vice captains, and the player limits of 3 per club (chips will not be feature of these weekly picks). Below is the Gameweek and overall rundown of our Premier League predictions series for the season.

Sam Austin (@HypeTrainSam): 82 (1), 61 (2), 58 (3), 23 (4), 60 (5), 72 (6), 55 (7), 54 (8), 51 (9), 45 (1), 59 (11), 101 (12), 47 (13), 75 (14), 58 (15), 68 (16), 54 (17), 53 (18), 89 (19), 93 (20) = 1,258pts

Phil Jones (@HypeTrainPhil): 81 (1), 57 (2), 38 (3), 49 (4), 58 (5), 73 (6), 65 (7), 63 (8), 46 (9), 48 (10), 57 (11), 77 (12), 55 (13), 59 (14), 47 (15), 62 (16), 47 (17), 75 (18), 101 (19), 106 (20) = 1,264pts

Robert Austin (@HypeTrainRob): 67 (1), 43 (2), 48 (3), 36 (4), 74 (5), 78 (6), 68 (7), 39 (8), 47 (9), 55 (10), 55 (11), 80 (12), 54 (13), 51 (14), 68 (15), 65 (16), 51 (17), 79 (18), 91 (19), 98 (20) = 1,247pts

Special Guests: 54 (1), 45 (2), 41 (3), 40 (4), 72 (5), 77 (6), 81 (7), 53 (8), 26 (9), 52 (10), 56 (11), 84 (12), 47 (13), 74 (14), 75 (15), 55 (16), 54 (17), 69 (18), 86 (19), 118 (20) = 1,259pts

Special Guests

GW1 - @FPL_Connect: 54 points (Captain Kane, 2pts)

GW2 - @FPLsleuth: 45 points (Captain Lukaku, 12pts)

GW3 - @FPLBraveheart: 41 points (Captain Kane, 4pts)

GW4 - @FPLJournalBlog: 40 points (Captain Mane, -4pts)

GW5 - @FPL_Ted: 72 points (Captain Kane, 4pts)

GW6 - @CGA_FPL: 77 points (Captain Aguero, 22pts)

GW7 - @FPLMad: 81pts (Captain Kane, 26pts)

GW8 - @OddsOnFPL: 53pts (Captain Kane, 4pts)

GW9 - @FPL_vs: 26pts (Captain Jesus, 2pts)

GW10 - @TheTinkerMen: 52pts (Captain Salah, 8pts)

GW11 - @FPLStag: 56pts (Captain Kane, 4pts)

GW12 - @FFootballHub: 84pts (Captain Lukaku, 12pts)

GW13 - @FPL_Aussie: 47pts (Captain Kane, 16pts)

GW14 - @ShirtsvSkinsFPL: 74pts (Captain Kane, 12pts)

GW15 - @TheFPLPodcast: 75pts (Captain Hazard, 30pts)

GW16 - @FPLFanatix: 55pts (Captain Kane, 24pts)

GW17 - @FPLDino: 54pts (Captain Kane, 4pts)

GW18 - @FplFreddo: 69pts (Captain Salah, 16pts)

GW19 - @FPL_Batman: 86pts (Captain Aguero, 32pts)

GW20 - @FPL_FC: 118pts (Captain Kane, 34pts)

Individual Gameweek Scout Picks

GW1: Sam (82), Phil (81), Rob (67), @FPL_Connect (54)

GW2: Sam (61), Phil (57), Rob (43), @FPLsleuth (45)

GW3: Sam (58), Phil (38), Rob, (48), @FPLBraveheart (41)

GW4: Sam (23), Phil (49), Rob (36), @FPLJournalBlog (40)

GW5: Sam (60), Phil (58), Rob (74), @FPL_Ted (72)

GW6: Sam (72), Phil (73), Rob (78), @CGA_FPL (77)

GW7: Sam (55), Phil (65), Rob (68), @FPLMad (81)

GW8: Sam (54), Phil (63), Rob (39), @OddsOnFPL (53)

GW9: Sam (51), Phil (46), Rob (47), @FPL_vs (26)

GW10: Sam (45), Phil (48), Rob (55), @TheTinkerMen (52)

GW11: Sam (59), Phil (57), Rob (55), @FPLStag (56)

GW12: Sam (101), Phil (77), Rob (80), @FFootballHub (84)

GW13: Sam (47), Phil (55), Rob (54), @FPL_Aussie (47)

GW14: Sam (75), Phil (59), Rob (51), @ShirtsvSkinsFPL (74)

GW15: Sam (58), Phil (47), Rob (68), @TheFPLPodcast (75)

GW16: Sam (68), Phil (62), Rob (65), @FPLFanatix (55)

GW17: Sam (54), Phil (47), Rob (51), @FPLDino (54)

GW18: Sam (53), Phil (75), Rob (79), @FplFreddo (69)

GW19: Sam (89), Phil (101), Rob (91), @FPL_Batman (86)

GW20: Sam (93), Phil (106), Rob (98), @FPL_FC (118)

Fixture Prediction: Gameweek 21

Bournemouth 1-1 Everton

Chelsea 3-0 Stoke

Huddersfield 0-1 Burnley

Liverpool 4-0 Leicester

Newcastle 1-0 Brighton

Watford 2-0 Swansea

Man United 2-0 Southampton

Crystal Palace 0-3 Man City

West Brom 1-2 Arsenal

FPL Forecasting: Gameweek 21

Best GW Attacking Options:

Chelsea (H) vs. Stoke

Liverpool (H) vs. Leicester

Watford (H) vs. Swansea

Man United (H) vs. Southampton

Man City (A) vs. Crystal Palace

Arsenal (A) vs. West Brom

Best GW Defensive / Clean Sheet Potential:

Chelsea (H) vs. Stoke

Burnley (A) vs. Huddersfield

Liverpool (H) vs. Leicester

Newcastle (H) vs. Brighton

Watford (H) vs. Swansea

Man United (H) vs. Southampton

Man City (A) vs. Crystal Palace

Who would you Transfer In and Out for the Gameweek and beyond?:

IN: Karl Darlow (GK), Marcos Alonso (DEF), Jese Lingard (MID), Roberto Firmino (FW)

OUT: Fraser Foster (GK), Sead Kolasinac (DEF), Xherdan Shaqiri (MID), Marcus Rashford (FW)

Who are the players that might make the difference this Gameweek in the Draft?:

Double midfielders of goal scoring teams always help, but for a lot of players not picked up on the market Newcastle players and defenders would be a great asset. Chelsea defenders if they are still up for grabs, and perhaps a wildcard forward like Ashley Barnes of Burnley.

Who are the teams to look out for?:

Liverpool: Another home game for the Anfield club, and the last before the arrival of Virgil van Dijk who is joining on a world record deal. Surprisingly, the Reds have the best home defensive record out of all the Premier League clubs. Leicester are going through patchy levels of form, so we are expecting even more goals from Liverpool’s ‘Fab Four’.

Chelsea: The Potters who travel to Stamford Bridge have a knack of conceding goals, they like playing out which leaves spaces open for players like Hazard and Morata to exploit the space. All the doubters of Eden Hazard might be proven wrong.

Man City: Generic comment about winning every game.

Who are the teams to avoid?:

Huddersfield: Burnley are coming to the Terriers den, and after nearly upsetting Man United the Huddersfield supporters will be a nervous wreck.

Brighton: The Seagulls have been hard fought in finding a striking outlet with consistent returns, which is good for Newcastle who host them this weekend. Newcastle have improved in the past few gameweeks so it might be a good afternoon for the Tyneside team.

Southampton: Life on the road for Southampton has been rough so far this season, and after shipping five against Spurs they now must travel to Old Trafford which is a hostile stadium to play within.

GW Differential Picks:

Molla Wagué of Watford is a fantastic option this week, the Swans are visiting, and the defender come in for his first game, scoring a goal to help the Hornets beat the Foxes. Also, he is owned by 0.0% of players so it would be an astute pick. Christian Atsu, Andrew Robertson, Josh King, Jese Lingard, and Mesut Ozil are all great differentials.

FPL Captaincy Picks:

(C): Mohamad Salah – The King of Egypt is also King of the FPL, and the Egyptian was in fine form again providing two assists in Liverpool’s rout of Swansea. Subbed off around seventy minutes to protect him, the African winger should be fine to continue haunting the dreams of all the teams in the league.

(VC): Alvaro Morata – The Spaniard returned to scoring form after getting another headed goal from yet another Azpilicueta cross. Stoke are a team that will try to come out and play into the midfield which leaves space for attackers.

Other Gameweek Comments:

There is a lot of defensive potential this gameweek, with teams struggling to score in fixtures away from home (Swansea, Brighton, Southampton), so it might be time to play a four at the back formation.

FPL Hype Picks: Gameweek 21

Formation: 3-4-3

Starting 11

GK: David de Gea

DEF: Cesar Azpilicueta

DEF: Jamaal Lascelles

DEF: Andrew Robertson

MID: Alexis Sanchez

MID: Richarlison

MID: Mohamad Salah (C)

MID: Raheem Sterling

FOR: Roberto Firmino

FOR: Alvaro Morata (VC)

FOR: Sergio Aguero

Substitutes

GK: Nick Pope

MID: Philippe Coutinho

DEF: Andreas Christensen

DEF: Molla Wagué

Fixture Prediction: Gameweek 21

Bournemouth 0-2 Everton Chelsea 4-0 Stoke Huddersfield 0-1 Burnley Liverpool 3-2 Leicester Newcastle 1-2 Brighton Watford 2-1 Swansea Man United 1-0 Southampton Crystal Palace 1-3 Man City West Brom 1-2 Arsenal

FPL Forecasting: Gameweek 21

Best GW Attacking Options: Chelsea (H) vs Stoke Liverpool (H) vs Leicester Man City (a) vs Crystal Palace

Best GW Defensive / Clean Sheet Potential: Chelsea (H) vs Stoke Everton (a) vs Bournemouth Burnley (a) vs Huddersfield Man United (H) vs Southampton

Who would you Transfer In and Out for the Gameweek and beyond?: IN: Pickford, Otamendi, Coutinho, Morata OUT: Schmeical, Dann, Choupo-Moting, Austin

GW Differential Picks:

Yanick Bolasie (EVE): Just think how good it would be to see Mr.FiveStarSkills back to his best. Allardyce isn't known for a flair style of play however so the amount he is used may be limited. If he is anywhere near his best Bournemouth have a big job on their hands.

FPL Captaincy Picks: (C) Eden Hazard: Everything is pointing towards Stamford Bridge this week. Stoke have to field an unrecognizable defence due to a number of injuries and Zouma being ineligible to play. With Morata back in the frame Hazard is free to roam and make those dangerous bursts into the box.

(VC) Alvaro Morata: The next best Chelsea option. Not much between the two. They will likely both be involved in any goals scored.

FPL Hype Picks: Gameweek 21 Formation: 3-4-3

Starting 11

GK: Thibaut Courtois

DEF: Ben Mee DEF: Chris Smalling DEF: Nicholas Otamendi

MID: Raheem Sterling MID: Philippe Coutinho MID: Mo Salah MID: Eden Hazard (C)

FOR: Sergio Aguero FOR: Alvaro Morata (VC) FOR: Wayne Rooney

Substitutes

GK: Ben Foster MID: Alexis Sanchez DEF: Phil Jones DEF: Jonjoe Kenny

Fixture Prediction: Gameweek 21

Bournemouth 1-2 Everton

Chelsea 4-0 Stoke

Huddersfield 0-0 Burnley

Liverpool 3-0 Leicester

Newcastle 1-0 Brighton

Watford 2-0 Swansea

Man United 2-0 Southampton

Crystal Palace 1-2 Man City

West Brom 2-1 Arsenal

FPL Forecasting: Gameweek 21

Best GW Attacking Options:

Chelsea (H) vs. Stoke

Liverpool (H) vs. Leicester

Man City (A) vs. Crystal Palace

Aside from the the listed above, I don't see many teams getting on the score sheet this weekend.

Best GW Defensive / Clean Sheet Potential:

Chelsea (H) vs. Stoke

Burnley (A) vs. Huddersfield

Liverpool (H) vs. Leicester

Newcastle (H) vs. Brighton

Watford (H) vs. Swansea

Man United (H) vs. Southampton

Who would you Transfer In and Out for the Gameweek and beyond?:

IN: Hold onto a free transfer, you never know what curveballs are going to be thrown, so I'm not going to suggest anyone - though the likes of Coutinho and Otamendi are awfully tempting for players who do not own the duo.

OUT: Eden Hazard is gone as of next week. There is so much heartbreak associated with his high, high cost.

Who are the players that might make the difference this Gameweek in the Draft?:

Get in them Spurs and West Ham assets for next week, even if it means having a 9 or 10 man team. I've loaded up where I can with overlooked Hammers. Every little helps.

Who are the teams to look out for?:

Newcastle: This is me, speaking as a fan, rather than a pundit. We are winning this game. Brighton lost on both occasions last season to Newcastle, with Mo Diame scoring the most lucky/fortunate goal you'll ever find on YouTube. The way Newcastle played against Man City will work better against a Brighton side who

Chelsea: Obviously for this week they are the go-to options, but they could be a banana peel. Chelsea have been absolutely terrible to watch at home in the Premier League. Their matches have been ridiculously stale affairs with Chelsea lacking a sense of urgency in the final third... It doesn't help that only Azpilicueta is the only player capable of crossing the ball.

West Brom: I have reversed my original scoreline, and have gone for a Baggies win. Arsenal can't deal with balls into the box, so West Brom might cause a shock this weekend (to the delight of Spurs and Liverpool fans who are desperate for Champions League football).

Swansea: New manager = unpredictable predictions. Anything could happen when the Swans go to Watford, even if my heart is telling me that the banes of my FPL existence (the evil duo of Richarlison and Doucoure) will be in the points again.

Who are the teams to avoid?:

Huddersfield: Burnley are just a really good football team. Huddersfield are inconsistent.

Bournemouth: Looking ever the relegation threatened team as the season drags on. Howe needs some BIG performances from his team, and this could be one such occasion, but Everton are a team in good form and have Rooney back to add to the occasion.

Southampton: They literally rolled over on their backs and allowed the Harry Kane show to take place. Could be similar scenes at Old Trafford with Lukaku and Lingard amongst the goals.

GW Differential Picks:

Molla Wagué of Watford is a fantastic option this week, the Swans are visiting, and the defender come in for his first game, scoring a goal to help the Hornets beat the Foxes. Also, he is owned by 0.0% of players so it would be an astute pick. Christian Atsu, Andrew Robertson, Josh King, Jese Lingard, and Mesut Ozil are all great differentials.

FPL Captaincy Picks:

(C): Mohamad Salah – Every time the guest on our Forecast picks a captain I second guest myself as they've had a good return rate this season, so I'm going Salah because there is voodoo at play here.

(VC): Alvaro Morata – The Spaniard returned to scoring form after getting another headed goal from yet another Azpilicueta cross. Stoke are a team that will try to come out and play into the midfield which leaves space for attackers.

Other Gameweek Comments:

It's going to be a loooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooong weekend for Fantasy Sports journalists who have to contend with another Gameweek starting on Monday, so best of luck to everyone getting all that content out into the world.

FPL Hype Picks: Gameweek 21

Formation: 3-4-3

Starting 11

GK: Nick Pope

DEF: Cesar Azpilicueta

DEF: Nicolas Otamendi

DEF: Andrew Robertson

MID: Alexis Sanchez

MID: Eden Hazard

MID: Mohamad Salah (C)

MID: Raheem Sterling

MID: Kevin De Bruyne

FOR: Roberto Firmino

FOR: Alvaro Morata (VC)

Substitutes

GK: David de Gea

FOR: Romelu Lukaku

DEF: Jamaal Lascelles

DEF: Zanka

Fixture Prediction: Gameweek 21

Bournemouth 0-2 Everton

Chelsea 2-0 Stoke

Huddersfield 0-0 Burnley

Liverpool 3-2 Leicester

Newcastle 1-1 Brighton

Watford 3-0 Swansea

Man United 3-0 Southampton

Crystal Palace 1-4 Man City

West Brom 1-3 Arsenal

FPL Forecasting: Gameweek 21

Best GW Attacking Options:

KdB, Sanchez, Salah, Coutinho, Lingard, Sterling,

Best GW Defensive / Clean Sheet Potential:

Alonso, Azpilicueta, Jones, Kenny, Otamendi

Who would you Transfer In and Out for the Gameweek and beyond?:

IN: Coutinho

OUT: RLC

Who are the players that might make the difference this Gameweek in the Draft?:

KdB, Sanchez, Salah, Coutinho, Lingard, Sterling, Alonso, Azpilicueta, Jones, Kenny, Otamendi

Who are the teams to look out for?:

Man United, City, Everton, Chelsea, Arsenal

Who are the teams to avoid?:

Swansea and West Brom,

GW Differential Picks:

Fabregas, Lingard, Schindler, Atsu, Dummett

FPL Captaincy Picks:

(C): Mohamed Salah

(VC): Eden Hazard

FPL Hype Picks: Gameweek 21

Formation: 3-5-2

Starting 11

GK: David de Gea

DEF: Phil Jones

DEF: Cesar Azpilicueta

DEF: Nicolas Otamendi

MID: Mohamed Salah (C)

MID: Eden Hazard

MID: Philippe Coutinho

MID: Kevin De Bruyne

MID: Raheem Sterling (VC)

FOR: Wayne Rooney

FOR: Romelu Lukaku

Substitutes

GK: Thibaut Courtois

MID: Alexis Sanchez

DEF: Kyle Walker

DEF: Ben Mee

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