Fantasy Premier League Gameweek Seven Predicted Lineups and Team News

Fantasy Premier League Gameweek Seven starts on Friday; this article lists all the predicted lineups and team news from all Premier League clubs ahead of the upcoming Gameweek.

Predicted Lineups and Team News: Fantasy Premier League Gameweek Seven

Fantasy Premier League Gameweek Seven


Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Crystal Palace

Friday 20:00

Jonny Castro is the only player unavailable for Wolverhampton Wanderers.

As for Crystal Palace, Joel Ward, Nathan Ferguson, Wayne Hennessey and Conor Wickham are all confirmed absentees for Friday’s contest. In addition, Tyrick Mitchell will have to be assessed after suffering a knock.

Wolverhampton WanderersRui PatrícioWilly BolyConor Coady (C), Max KilmanNélson SemedoLeander DendonckerJoão MoutinhoPedro NetoRomain Saïss; Raul Jiménez, Daniel Podence.

Crystal Palace — Vicente Guaita; Nathaniel Clyne, Scott Dann, Cheikhou KouyatéTyrick MitchellAndros Townsend, Luka Milivojevic,
Jairo RiedewaldJeffrey SchluppMichy BatshuayiWilfried Zaha.


A tight game decided by a moment of brilliance from Raul Jiménez.

Wolverhampton Wanderers 1-0 Crystal Palace

Saturday Predicted Lineups and Team News in Fantasy Premier League Gameweek Seven

Sheffield United vs Manchester City

Saturday 12:30
John Fleck, Lys Mousset and Jack O’Connell are all out. There was positive news with Max Lowe however as he comes back for Sheffield United.
With both Sergio Agüero and Gabriel Jesus injured, Ferran Torres started as the striker for Manchester City in midweek.
Sheffield United have never beaten Manchester City in the Premier League in eight attempts. The Citizens should have no problems in this game.

Burnley vs Chelsea

Saturday 15:00

Sean Dyche has Jack Cork, Erik Pieters and Ben Mee definitely ruled out with doubts over Phillip Bardsley and Johann Berg Gudmundsson.

Frank Lampard has changed formations in recent weeks. Mason Mount, Christian Pulisic and  N’Golo Kanté should come in as they were all benched in midweek. It will be interesting to see who starts at Right-Back between César Azpilicueta and Reece James.

Burnley — Nick PopeMatthew LowtonKevin LongJames TarkowskiCharlie TaylorJohann Berg GudmundssonAshley Westwood (C), Josh BrownhillDwight McNeilChris WoodAshley Barnes.

Chelsea — Edouard MendyCésar Azpilicueta (C), Thiago SilvaKurt ZoumaBen ChilwellN’Golo Kanté, Jorginho; Christian Pulisic, Kai HavertzMason MountTimo Werner.


Chelsea have won five of their six Premier League games at Burnley. That trend should continue as the Blues nick this tight encounter.

Burnley 1-2  Chelsea

Liverpool vs West Ham United

Saturday 17:30

Jürgen Klopp and Liverpool are enduring yet another injury setback with Fabinho now suffering a muscle injury. Fortunately, there is a hope of Joel Matip coming back but youngster Rhys Williams will deputise if Matip cannot make that comeback. Meanwhile, doubts remain over Thiago Alcantara and Naby Keita‘s potential for involvement.

Michail Antonio is the main question mark for David Moyes. Worryingly, the in-form striker complained of a hamstring issue two weeks in a row. If he cannot make it, Sébastien Haller will come in.

Liverpool — Alisson; Trent Alexander-ArnoldJoe Gomez, Rhys Williams, Andrew RobertsonJordan Henderson (C), Georginio Wijnaldum; Diogo Jota, Mohamed SalahRoberto FirminoSadio Mané.

West Ham United— Lukasz FabianskiVladimir CoufalFabián BalbuenaAngelo OgbonnaAaron CresswellArthur MasuakuJarrod BowenTomas SoucekDeclan Rice (C), Pablo FornalsMichail Antonio.


Liverpool are unbeaten in their last eight Premier League games against West Ham United. They will have to fight hard for the points against the Hammers but they should be able to win in the end.

Liverpool 2-1 West Ham United

Sunday Predicted Lineups and Team News

Aston Villa vs Southampton

Sunday 12:00

Despite losing last week, Aston Villa should go with the same lineup again.

Theo Walcott is back in contention but Stuart Armstrong might keep his place in the side.

Aston Villa — Emiliano Martínez; Matthew Cash, Ezri KonsaTyrone MingsMatt TargettDouglas LuizJohn McGinn; Trézéguet, Ross BarkleyJack Grealish(C); Ollie Watkins.

Southampton — Alex McCarthyKyle Walker-PetersJan BednarekJannik VestergaardRyan Bertrand; Stuart ArmstrongJames Ward-Prowse (C), Oriol RomeuNathan RedmondChe AdamsDanny Ings.


Southampton have won their last two Premier League games at Aston Villa, scoring seven goals in total. The Saints with the firepower that they have upfront will fancy themselves to get all three points from this game.

Aston Villa  1-2 Southampton

Newcastle United vs Everton

Sunday 14:00

Jonjo Shelvey missed out with a hernia injury last week. In fact, Steve Bruce looks set to miss him for around a month. Matt Ritchie, Martin Dubravka and Dwight Gayle remain absentees.

Lucas Digne‘s red card has added to Carlo Ancelotti‘s worries. As a result, the Italian manager will be without two of his key players for the trip to Newcastle as Richarlison will also miss this game. Hopefully, for Everton fans, youngster Niels Nkounkou will step up to replace Digne.

Despite injury concerns, James Rodríguez started last week. In fact, the Colombian remains a doubt with another muscle injury. Mason Holgate, Seamus Coleman, Jarrad Branthwaite, Jean-Philippe Gbamin and Cenk Tosun are all ruled out.

Newcastle United — Karl Darlow; Jacob Murphy, Fabian Schär, Jamaal Lascelles (C), Federico FernándezJamal Lewis; Ryan FraserJeff Hendrick, Miguel AlmirónAllan Saint-MaximinCallum Wilson.

Everton — Jordan PickfordJonjoe KennyYerry MinaMichael Keane,Niels Nkounkou; Abdoulaye Doucouré, Allan, André Gomes; Bernard, Dominic Calvert-Lewin, James Rodríguez.


Dominic Calvert-Lewin has scored three goals in his last two visits to St. James’ Park. On the other hand, Newcastle United have won only one of their last seven Premier League home games, failing to keep a clean sheet in any of those games. So, a win for Everton  seems to be the likely outcome.

Newcastle United 1-2 Everton

Manchester United vs Arsenal

Sunday 16:30

Scott McTominay, Bruno Fernandes and Marcus Rashford only played for around 30 minutes against RB Leipzig in the midweek Champions League match. Unfortunately, Alex Telles has tested positive for COVID-19 so remains unavailable.  In addition, Anthony Martial serves the final match of his three-match suspension.

Arsenal will miss David Luiz for a few weeks in a new blow to Mikel Arteta‘s hopes of a top-four finish this season. Shkodran Mustafi should replace him. On a positive note, Willian is available again.

Manchester United — David de Gea; Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Victor LindelöfHarry Maguire (C), Luke ShawScott McTominay, Fred; Mason Greenwood, Bruno Fernandes, Juan Mata; Marcus Rashford.

Arsenal — Bernd Leno; Shkodran Mustafi, Gabriel Magalhães, Kieran Tierney; Hector Bellerín, Thomas ParteyGranit Xhaka,
Bukayo Saka; Nicolas PépéPierre-Emerick Aubameyang (C), Willian.


Manchester United are unbeaten in their last 13 home Premier League games against Arsenal. They should be favourites going into this match but this could be a repeat of last week’s clash against Chelsea.

Manchester United 0-0 Arsenal

Tottenham Hotspur vs Brighton & Hove Albion

Sunday 19:15

Japhet Tanganga is the only one not available for Jose Mourinho.

Joel Veltman replaced the suspended Lewis Dunk last week and should keep his place. Meanwhile, Alireza Jahanbakhsh and Florin Andone are definitely out.

Tottenham Hotspur — Hugo Lloris (C); Serge AurierDavinson SánchezToby AlderweireldSergio ReguilónMoussa Sissoko, Pierre-Emile Højbjerg, Tanguy NdombeleSteven BergwijnHarry Kane, Heung-Min Son.

Brighton & Hove Albion — Mathew Ryan; Joel Veltman, Adam WebsterDan BurnTariq Lamptey, Ben White, Yves Bissouma, Solomon March; Leandro Trossard, Neil Maupay, Adam Lallana.


Tottenham Hotspur should have no problems in seeing off the struggling Seagulls.

Tottenham Hotspur  3-1 Brighton & Hove Albion

Monday Predicted Lineups and Team News in Fantasy Premier League Gameweek Seven

Fulham vs West Bromwich Albion

Monday 17:30

Aboubakar Kamara is suspended after being sent off last week. As for long-term injuries, Kenny Tete, Joachim Andersen, Terence Kongolo and Joshua Onomah all remain out for Fulham.

Ahmed Hegazi surprisingly joined Saudi side Al Ittihad on-loan after keeping a clean sheet against Burnley. As a result, Semi Ajayi coming in for him. Sam Field and Hal Robson-Kanu are out.

Fulham — Alphonse AreolaOla AinaTosin AdarabioyoTim ReamAntonee RobinsonTom Cairney, Zambo Anguissa; Mario Lemina, Ruben Loftus-CheekAdemola LookmanAleksandar Mitrovic (C).

West Bromwich Albion — Sam JohnstoneDarnell FurlongBranislav Ivanovic, Semi Ajayi, Conor TownsendConor GallagherJake Livermore (C); Filip KrovinovicMatheus PereiraGrady DianganaKarlan Grant.


West Bromwich Albion  have looked decent so far and will fancy themselves toge their first win of the campaign as they pile more misery on the Cottagers.

Fulham  1-2 West Bromwich Albion

Leeds United vs Leicester City

Monday 20:00

Kalvin Phillips, Gaetano Berardi and Adam Forshaw are ruled out whereas the status of Liam Cooper remains uncertain. Meanwhile, Jamie Shackleton should start this week after replacing Pascal Struijk.

As for Leicester City, Çağlar Söyüncü, Wilfried Ndidi, Daniel Amartey,  Ricardo Pereira, and Timothy Castagne are all out for Leicester City.

Leeds United— Illan MeslierLuke Ayling,  Robin KochLiam Cooper (C), Stuart Dallas; Jamie ShackletonHélder Costa, Rodrigo Moreno, Mateusz KlichJack HarrisonPatrick Bamford.

Leicester City— Kasper Schmeichel (C) Christian FuchsJonny EvansWesley FofanaJames JustinNampalys MendyJames MaddisonYouri TielemansDennis PraetHarvey BarnesJamie Vardy.


Leeds United should take full advantage of a Leicester City  side that might be tired after their Europa League match in Athens.

Leeds United 2-1 Leicester City


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