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Best Sorare Premier League players – Gameweek 407

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The Premier League returns to action this weekend with Gameweek 407 after the international break came just four weeks into the new domestic season, with Manchester City back on top with a 100% record.

They continue their defence of the title away at high-flying West Ham, but arguably the most eye-catching game comes at Old Trafford where Erik ten Hag’s side – who have been under fire for the off-field stories surrounding the club – taking on Brighton.

Liverpool kick off the weekend’s action away at Wolves while Spurs take on newly-promoted Sheffield United and Newcastle round off Saturday at home to Brentford and Arsenal travel to Everton.

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.

Goalkeeper

Bernd Leno – vs Luton (h)

Leno continues to go under the radar as one of the best goalkeepers in the Premier League, and his low score last time out against Manchester City shouldn’t be enough to put off managers from selecting him in Sorare teams. He already has one perfect score this season and another above 60 which shows he is more than capable of pulling in high scores, and a game against Luton will be a great opportunity for him to rack up more points.

Defender

Matty Cash – vs Crystal Palace (h)

It has been a topsy-turvy start to the season for Aston Villa so far, having started the campaign much fancied under the leadership of Unai Emery. Heavy defeats to Newcastle and Liverpool have bookended good wins against Everton and Burnley – not to mention impressive wins over Hibernian over two legs – leaving them an unpredictable outfit at this stage of the season. That is reflected in the scores of Cash, who has recorded 61, 93 and 60, having established himself as a key part of the attack under Emery.

Midfielder

James Maddison – vs Sheffield United (h)

Forward

Raheem Sterling – Bournemouth (a)

Sterling has had time off to stew on his omission from the England squad, something Gareth Southgate said he did not take particularly well after starting the season for Chelsea in impressive fashion. It is the best form Sterling has shown since his move to Stamford Bridge, and with added incentive to prove his enduring quality, he should be a player to watch over the next few weeks. A trip to Bournemouth could be a potential banana skin for Mauricio Pochettino’s side, but it gives Sterling the chance to score some attacking points and continue his promising work with Nicolas Jackson.

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