Teams to target: Manchester City, Arsenal
Manchester City vs. Brighton
Manchester City will be looking to put the disappointment of the Liverpool defeat behind them when they host Brighton on Saturday.
Erling Haaland has 10 goals in five league matches at the Etihad and he will surely add to that here in a comfortable win for the hosts.
Other great options for City include Joao Cancelo and an in-form Phil Foden who has four goals and an assist in his last two home matches.
Owning at least two City options for this one appears to be a must!
Southampton vs. Arsenal
Arsenal have a four point advantage at the top of the Premier League and will be confident of a tenth win in 11 when they travel to Southampton on Sunday.
Gabriel Martinelli remains the best under £7m option and he already has seven returns this season.
Bukayo Saka suffered a minor issue midweek against PSV Eindhoven, but should be fine and he is in good form, with four goals and two assists in his last five games.
Saka is also on penalties and another superb option.
Opposition to target: Nottingham Forest
Nottingham Forest vs. Liverpool
Nottingham Forest have just one win all season and sit rock bottom of the Premier League and despite some small shoots of encouragement, they are the favourites for relegation.
Liverpool are yet to win away from home; however they have recorded back to back wins and will surely earn all three points here.
Darwin Nunez was the match winner against West Ham midweek and if he starts he will likely be the best bet.
Mohamed Salah is slowly returning to form and has a very good record against newly promoted sides.
Aston Villa vs. Brentford: Ivan Toney
Steven Gerrard was sacked as manager of Aston Villa following their 3-0 loss to Fulham on Thursday evening.
Ivan Toney has been in very good form this season and only Haaland and Harry Kane have scored more Premier League goals.
Toney scored in the fixture last season and he will be confident of another return here.
Leeds United vs. Fulham: Aleksandar Mitrovic
Leeds United are another struggling Premier League side and are winless since a 3-0 win over Chelsea in GW3.
Fulham were superb in the win over Villa midweek and the return to fitness of Aleksandar Mitrovic is a huge boost.
He has scored in back to back matches and he travels to a Leeds side with a poor defensive record in recent weeks.
West Ham vs. Bournemouth: Jarrod Bowen & Gianluca Scamacca
Bournemouth suffered a first defeat under Gary O’Neill midweek and face a difficult trip to West Ham United on Monday evening.
Jarrod Bowen has shown good form since the international break, scoring two and assisting another and is on penalties; however he did miss from the spot midweek.
Gianluca Scamacca is another in good form and he will fancy his chances.
GW13 Dream Team: Ramsdale; Alexander-Arnold, Cancelo, Cresswell; Salah, Martinelli, Bowen, Saka; Mitrovic, Toney, Haaland