The UF Team name their top tips for this weekend’s Premier League contest
Gameweek 27 gets officially underway in just over 24 hours, with another 10 Premier League fixtures for football fans to sink their teeth into.
The UF Squad have studied the schedule, picking out a few players that could be contending for the King of the Week award across the weekend.
Here are their best selections for Gameweek 27.
IVAN TONEY – Brentford (v Everton – H)
With a struggling Everton side on the agenda this weekend, Ivan Toney could haul in the points for his users on Saturday.
The Bees striker has been in inspired form this season, scoring 15 goals in 22 Premier League appearances.
Toney could easily prove to be hard work for the Toffees defence and with the Merseyside team only managing to keep one away clean sheet in the league all season, the Brentford talisman could easily drum up a big score if he’s at his best.
Add his two goals in four career starts against Everton, and Toney could well be in the running for a big score this weekend.
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DEJAN KULUSEVSKI – Spurs (v Nottingham Forest – H)
Despite hitting a slight dry spell in form, Dejan Kulusevski could put up a big performance against Nottingham Forest this weekend.
Spurs have struggled with consistency all season and after being dumped out of the Champions League on Wednesday, the North London side have a chance to get back to winning ways here.
Forest have conceded 15 goals in their last six away games, and while Kulusevski has not been heavily involved in the scoring as of late, he did register an assist against the East Midlands side in the reverse fixture.
The Swedish midfielder has a great opportunity to get back into form here, so he could be worth taking a gamble on this weekend.
ALEXIS MAC ALLISTER – Brighton (v Leeds – A)
After showing up West Ham with a dazzling display last weekend, Alexis Mac Allister could continue his goalscoring form against Leeds on Saturday.
The Argentinian recruit has been repositioned into his preferred attacking midfielder role in recent weeks, and it paid off last time out after scoring and assisting in Brighton’s 4-0 win over the Hammers.
Mac Allister faces a Leeds team that, despite showing some improvement in recent weeks, leak too many goals on occasions.
Brighton’s strong form will likely continue here, with Mac Allister likely to pick up a decent score once again.