It’s the best time of the year … for many it means Christmas, and for some it means a packed celebration football schedule!
The constant flow of Premier League games at this time of the year may seem overkill to players, but it’s a rather strange British tradition and doesn’t seem to stop.
A quick turnaround between match days gives the player few breathtaking moments. Fantasy football managers (don’t say you’re not thinking about big issues …!) Also need to respond quickly to get the most out of it. Of action.
But if you’re one of the players who tends to forget to make changes at this time because they’ve eaten too much leftovers for Christmas dinner and have passed the deadline, Stats Perform has some player tips that may help each one. There are several. The next two match days …
Ederson ((((Manchester city v Leicester City, and Brentford v Manchester city).
Sure, Leicester may have impressed Liverpool in the middle of the week, but Manchester is impressively resolute behind the scenes this season as well.
Not surprisingly, if Ederson is worried that he will lead with 10 clean sheets from 2021 to 22 and may forget to change goalkeepers during the match day, in effect. You have to choose him.
No other player in the division has reached double digits yet this term. Citi envisions a chance to shut out at Brentford in the second game after Christmas.
Emile Smith Rowe (Norwich City v Arsenal, When Arsenal v wolf)
Emile Smith Rowe and wine at Christmas time …
Please forgive me for puns. But like mistletoe, Smith Rowe is a solid choice for the joy of celebration, especially given Arsenal’s upcoming two very winning matches.
Prior to Boxing Day’s journey to Norfolk, Smith Rowe was the second-highest-scoring Englishman in the Premier League this season, highlighting the magnitude of the threat from 2021 to 22.
Three of them have also participated in his last three games. Hopefully he is a gift that he keeps giving.
Marcus Rashford (Newcastle United v Manchester United, When Manchester United v Burnley)
Do you remember Manchester United? It feels like it’s been about two months since they last played, so it’s unlikely they’ll go when they play against Newcastle at St. James’ Park on Monday.
Myrrhcus (sorry) Rashford will probably be even more excited than the rest of the team. This is his record for Magpies.
The English star has seven goals (4 goals, 3 assists) in many meetings with Newcastle, making them his favorite opponent.
In addition, Newcastle won only once throughout the season, so it’s possible that Christmas turkeys aren’t just full.
Harry Kane ((((Tottenham v Crystal Palace, Southampton v Tottenham).
Spurs star Harry Kane loves Boxing Day, so it’s become more synonymous with Christmas than the candy of the same name these days.
He is only one behind Robbie Fowler’s Boxing Day nine-goal record and hopes to stock up again this year. Who says you shouldn’t sled Crystal Palace because you looked sharp against Liverpool over the weekend?
Then a trip to Southampton awaits. Recently, Saints has scored 12 goals in the last five Premier League games and is not completely watertight.
– Soccer Sports
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