Alexis Sanchez to shine at Manchester City on Super Sunday, with a bore-draw in Chelsea vs Man United?
Posted by @FFPundits_Drew
9:10am Nov 5 2017
Load up your Starting 11 team with superstars from Manchester City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United on Super Sunday
We have a mouth-watering Super Sunday on offer in Gameweek 11, but who will make it into your Starting 11 lineup?
With 4 games on offer, I have been tasked with bringing you my four star picks from Tottenham Hotspur vs Crystal Palace, Manchester City vs Arsenal, Chelsea vs Manchester United and Everton vs Watford.
With an embarrassment of riches on offer for you on Sunday, lets focus on those players who are going bring home the points for your Starting 11 teams.
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Harry Kane vs. Crystal Palace (h)
Harry is back!
After completing 80 minutes for Spurs in their impressive 3-1 victory over Real Madrid on Wednesday night, recording an assist in the process, Kane has recovered from the injury which ruled him out of the defeat to Manchester United.
This week Spurs are at home to Crystal Palace, who are still rock bottom of the Premier League table having lost 8 of their opening 10 games and conceded 21 goals.
Kane, the Premier League’s leading goal scorer, has unleashed 57 attempts on goal which is a staggering 20 more than the next highest Romelu Lukaku.
A striker with the highest number of shots and goals vs a defence that’s conceded the most goals this season. The perfect match!
For me Kane is not only the first name on my Starting 11 team sheet this Sunday, he’s also my captain.
Gabriel Jesus vs. Arsenal (h)
The Brazilian enjoyed a well-earned rest during Wednesday night’s Champions League match vs Napoli, does this mean he is the safer option to start on Sunday afternoon? Time will tell.
If Pep dos decide to surprise fantasy managers yet again this weekend, the beauty of Starting 11 is that 1 free substitution later you can switch Jesus to the likes of Sergio Aguero or Leroy Sane!
Jesus has 6 goals and an assist this season in the Premier League and continues to be a favourite of Pep Guardiolas who has high hopes for the 20-year-old.
This weekend we have a cracking Super Sunday clash as Manchester City take on Arsenal. The Gunners have been leaking goals this season (13 in the league), especially with Shkodran Mustafi unavailable for selection.
City will produce the attacking football we have become accustomed to at the Etihad and Jesus will continue to be a key player for The Blues on Sunday.
Alexis Sanchez vs. Manchester City (a)
After a summer move from Arsenal to Manchester City failed to materialise, Sanchez will be keen to keep himself at the forefront of Pep Guardiola’s future transfer plans.
What better way to do that than to cause Pep a headache on Sunday?
After a slow start to the season, momentum has built, 1 goal and 3 assists during his last 4 appearances. No returns last weekend however 3 shots and 3 key passes during the game.
Manchester City are formidable going forward and they have improved at the back this season, however despite all their possession they are still liable to concede.
I do expect Manchester City to win the game, however Arsenal will score, one for the neutrals!
David De Gea vs. Chelsea (a)
Another fantastic Super Sunday clash, Chelsea vs Manchester United and Jose Mouhino returning to Stamford Bridge.
I fully expect Jose to park the bus on Sunday, then hope the likes of Romelu Lukaku, Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford can score on the break.
Manchester United have kept an impressive 8 clean sheets out of 10 games in the Premier League this season and David De Gea has played no small part in achieving them.
Chelsea have scored 18 goals this season, however we saw in Gameweek 8 how Jose managed to nullify Liverpool’s attacking players.
The Spanish international to have some work to do on Sunday, but having made 26 saves already this season he has shown us once again that he is arguably the best goalkeeper in the Premier League, if not the world.
BEFORE YOU GO: If you’re new or still not familiar with how Starting 11 fantasy football works, it couldn’t be simpler – it’s a daily fantasy game where we’re required to pick an 11-man team for one day only – without any team budget or player salary restrictions!
There are NO player values and NO team budgets – leaving you to pick what YOU think will be the best scoring 11-man-team across Sunday’s Gameweek 10 fixtures.