The gameweek offers some enticing opportunities for Sorare players to make use of the most in-form players in the game that might not have been a first-pick this time last week, so 101 Great Goals have looked at the data to see which players you should consider picking for the week ahead.
We have analysed the most in-form players judging by their last five average scores and looked at who each player is to come up against in the next gameweek to suggest who you should pick in your latest Sorare Premier League side.
Bournemouth’s goalkeeper has been an integral part of their Premier League survival this season, establishing himself as one of the cornerstones of their defence as they have gone from strength to strength. It took him a while to establish himself ahead of Mark Travers in goal, but since then has been one of the best performing keepers in the league. With an average score of 52 in his last five games (L5), he is the fourth best-performing goalkeeper in the league over that period and with a home game to come against goal-shy Chelsea, would be a good investment for GW 369.
Alexander-Arnold has undoubtedly not hit the heights of previous seasons, that is until Jurgen Klopp adapted the full-back’s role into a hybrid midfield role. A gifted technician and passes, Alexander-Arnold now has the freedom to drift inside when in possession and dictate play, while also getting more involved in the attacking third. This recent change has brought a huge improvement to his figures on Sorare, with the England international scoring an incredible 80 in his L5.
He has historically been a high scorer, but these recent performances have taken him to a level where he is now truly one of the biggest assets in the game and with a home game against Brentford to come, he is a must-have.
The Crystal Palace midfielder has been one of the key beneficiaries of Roy Hodgson’s return to Selhurst Park. The veteran manager has taken the handbrake off and given the likes of Eze and Olise the licence to attack and be creative, and that is exactly what the former has done. Scores above 80 against Leeds, Southampton and West Ham in his last five outings have given him an L5 of 71 which puts him up there as the third-best midfielder in the Premier League over that time, behind Bruno Fernandes and Kevin De Bruyne.
Eze has the leaky defence of Spurs to come next up and if their recent games are anything to go by, there could be plenty of goals and Eze could be pivotal in that.
Son has been one of the best players in the league since joining Spurs in 2015, but his attacking returns this season have been down on previous years. That is until recent weeks, when he has looked somewhere close to back to his best following the departure of Antonio Conte.
With four goals in his last five games, Son has recorded an L5 average of 65 and with favourable fixtures to come - Crystal Palace, Aston Villa, Brentford and Leeds - and Ryan Mason’s seeming desire to play more attacking football, Son could still have a big finish to the season.