With big money spent during the summer transfer window, squads have been modified ahead of the 2020/2021 season. However, line-ups are expected to continue changing in Gameweek 4 until 5th October when the transfer window closes after ten weeks. Here are the 2020/2021 English Premier League line-up predictions that you can expect this week.
Expected EPL Line-ups in Gameweek 4
For fantasy football enthusiasts, it’s essential to keep tabs on the premier league line-ups to know the players that start games in all 20 teams. For that reason, we’ve updated the probable fantasy premier league line-ups to arrive ready and prepared. Here’s the expected premier league line-up in week 4, though they might be changing from week to week.
Chelsea vs. Crystal Palace
Chelsea will invite Crystal Palace to Stamford Bridge this weekend for the London derby. The game comes with a sense of occasion, similar to the last time Mourinho’s men entertained the eagles. While John Terry will be serving his single-match ban after receiving a red card last weekend, meaning Kurt Zouma and Garry Cahill will be in central defense.
You can expect Pedro on the right side of the midfield following his incredible debut performance, while Oscar and Victor Moses will be out on injuries. Crystal Palace has a long list of injuries, including stars like Connor Wickham, Mile Jedinak, and Julian Speroni. Striker Patrick Bamford will also miss the match as he can’t face his parent club, Chelsea.
Everton vs. Brighton
The Toffees had an amazing start this season after their new signings helped them improve their game. As such, Everton is planning to keep their record intact and will most likely go blazing hot at Brighton. While defender Mason Holgate and attacker Cenk Tosun remain in recovery, Everton’s manager Carlo Ancelotti still has several good men he can count on.
The Seagulls, on the other side, have continued struggling since the start of the season, considering that they’re not very good travelers. James Rodriguez and the company seems like the obvious choice for them, considering the likes of Jose Izquierdo and Florin Andone will be out on injuries.
Leeds United vs. Manchester City
After over one and a half decades, Leeds United managed to qualify for the EPL. They began the season on a sour note, facing defeat in their opening game at the hands of Liverpool. However, they managed to put a strong fight, with the final results being 4-3.
Manchester United, on the other hand, had a fantastic start in the opening match, dominating with 66% procession. On Saturday, you can expect them to go with their usual 4-2-3-1 formation, with the trio of Aguero, Sterling, and Mahrez.
Leeds may prefer their normal 4-1-4-1 combination for this game, including their top scorer Patrick Bamford and winger Jack Harrison. Apart from them, Hernandez, Helder Costa, and Klich will be assuming responsibility on the front lines.
ManCity’s defense will most probably go to its 2018 levels, with Laporte on the squad. Laporte will be supported by new signing Nathan Ake at the back and Kyle Walker. Nathan came from Bournemouth, and he has stacked a good number of goals.