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Predicted Lineups, Team News, and Injury Update | FPL Gameweek 35

West Ham vs Liverpool

West Ham will face Liverpool without the defensive stalwart Nayef Aguerd, who suffered an ankle injury against Bayer Leverkusen in the Europa League. While his return remains uncertain, it’s unlikely he’ll be fit for the Premier League clash.

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Liverpool Vs West Ham in PL 2023/24 (Credits: Getty)

Additionally, Konstantinos Mavropanos is still recovering from a recent knock, casting doubt on his availability for the upcoming match. Jarrod Bowen’s ongoing back injury may also sideline him. However, West Ham can draw optimism from the return of several key players to the squad.

On the Liverpool side, manager Jurgen Klopp welcomes back several key players ahead of the clash with West Ham. However, Thiago and Conor Bradley will miss out due to injury, with the former plagued by recurring fitness issues throughout the season.

Young right-back Bradley faces a spell on the sidelines after sustaining an ankle injury. Ben Doak continues his recovery from a December injury, while veteran defender Joel Matip remains sidelined for the rest of the season, including the match against West Ham.

West Ham Predicted XI: Lukasz Fabianski (GK), Vladimir Coufal, Angelo Ogbonna, Kurt Zouma, Emerson, Tomas Soucek, Edson Alvarez, Lucas Paqueta, James Ward-Prowse, Kudus, Antonio

Liverpool Predicted XI: Alisson(GK), Trent Alexander-Arnold, Ibrahima Konate, Van Dijk (C), Andrew Robertson, Dominik Szoboszlai, Wataru Endo, Alexis MacAllister, Mo Salah, Darwin Nunez, Diogo Jota

Man United vs Burnley

Man United’s manager Erik ten Hag faces a roster challenge ahead of the upcoming match. Long-term injuries continue to sideline key players including Tyrell Malacia, Luke Shaw, Victor Lindelof, and Lisandro Martinez, raising concerns about their availability for the remainder of the season. While Raphael Varane and Jonny Evans missed the last game due to muscle injuries, there’s hope they could recover in time to feature.

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Fernandes against Burnley (Credits: Getty)

Meanwhile, Burnley’s Vincent Kompany grapples with his own set of absences. Luca Koleosho and Jordan Beyer remain sidelined with long-term knee and hamstring injuries respectively, potentially ruling them out for the rest of the season. However, there’s optimism surrounding the potential return of Aaron Ramsey, Nathan Redmond, and Ameen Al-Dakhil, who missed recent games but could be back in action soon.

Man United Predicted XI: Andre Onana (GK); Diogo Dalot, Casemiro, Harry Maguire, Aaron Wan-Bissaka; Scott McTominay, Kobbie Mainoo; Alejandro Garnacho, Bruno Fernandes, Marcus Rashford; Rasmus Hojlund.

Burnley Predicted XI: Arijanet Muric (GK); Lorenz Assignon, Dara O’Shea, Maxime Esteve, Charlie Taylor; Vitinho, Josh Cullen (C), Sander Berge, Jacob Bruun Larsen; Lyle Foster, Wilson Odobert.

Everton vs Brentford

Everton faces challenges ahead of their match against Brentford as they contend with injuries to key players. Manager Dyche will be without long-term absentees Nathan Patterson and Dele Alli, with uncertain return dates for both. Seamus Coleman and Lewis Dobbin, who missed the last game due to injuries, will undergo assessments to determine their availability. Additionally, there are concerns about Beto’s fitness after he experienced discomfort in the previous match. James Tarkowski is at risk of suspension if he receives another booking.

On the other hand, Brentford will be missing several players for their trip to Goodison Park. Manager Frank will have to do without long-term absentees Rico Henry, Josh Dasilva, and Ben Mee. Aaron Hickey, sidelined since November with a hamstring injury, may not return until next season. Fortunately for Brentford, none of their players are facing suspension risks.

Everton Predicted XI: Jordan Pickford (GK); Ashley Young, James Tarkowski, Jarrad Branthwaite, Vitaliy Mykolenko; Idrissa Gueye; Jack Harrison, Abdoulaye Doucoure, Andre Gomes, Dwight McNeil; Dominic Calvert-Lewin.

Brentford Predicted XI: Mark Flekken (GK); Kristoffer Ajer, Nathan Collins, Ethan Pinnock, Sergio Reguilon; Mikkel Damsgaard, Vitaliy Janelt, Mathias Jensen (C); Bryan Mbeumo, Yoane Wissa, Keane Lewis-Potter.

Tottenham vs Arsenal

Tottenham faces challenges ahead of their next game, with Manager Postecoglou contending with several key absences. Long-term injuries sideline Manor Solomon, Ryan Sessegnon, and Richarlison, while Destiny Udogie’s availability remains uncertain due to a hamstring concern. Pedro Porro, who sustained an injury in the last match, will undergo an assessment to determine his fitness for the upcoming game.

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Spurs Vs Arsenal in PL 2023/24 (Credits: Getty)

In contrast, Arsenal enjoys a boost as Manager Arteta anticipates a fully-fit squad for the remainder of the season. With Jurrien Timber making a successful return to action for the u-21s and showcasing his scoring prowess, the team looks poised to capitalize on their newfound depth.

Tottenham Predicted XI: Guglielmo Vicario (GK); Pedro Porro, Cristian Romero, Micky van de Ven, Destiny Udogie; Yves Bissouma, Rodrigo Bentancur; Brennan Johnson, James Maddison, Timo Werner; Heung-min Son (C).

Arsenal Predicted XI: David Raya (GK); Benjamin White, William Saliba, Gabriel Magalhaes, Takehiro Tomiyasu; Thomas Partey, Declan Rice, Martin Odegaard (C); Bukayo Saka, Kai Havertz, Gabriel Martinelli.

Aston Villa vs Chelsea

Aston Villa faces injury concerns ahead of their clash with Chelsea, with key players such as defender Tyrone Mings, midfielders Boubacar Kamara and Jacob Ramsey, and forward Alex Moreno sidelined as they prepare to host the Blues.

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Aston Villa Vs Chelsea in PL 2023/24 (Credits: Getty)

Meanwhile, Chelsea confronts injury setbacks of their own as they prepare to face Aston Villa. Players including Ben Chilwell, Reece James, Malo Gusto, and Christopher Nkunku are all unavailable for selection, posing challenges for Manager Mauricio Pochettino as he strategizes for the match in the Midlands.

Aston Villa Predicted XI: E Martinez (GK), L Digne, P Torres, E Konsa, M Cash, M Rogers, J McGinn, Y Tielemans, L Bailey, M Diaby, and O Watkins

Chelsea Predicted XI: D. Petrovic (GK), A Gilchrist, A Disasi, M Cucurella, B Badiashile, M Caicedo, E Fernandez, Raheem Sterling, Conor Gallagher, Cole Palmer, and N Jackson.

Fulham vs Crystal Palace

In Crystal Palace’s upcoming clash against Fulham, manager Oliver Glasner faces some injury concerns following their victory over West Ham. Adam Wharton was forced off in the second half due to a knee injury, although it’s expected to settle quickly. Unfortunately, Rob Holding joins the injury list with a fresh hamstring issue, alongside sidelined players Sam Johnstone, Cheick Doucoure, Jefferson Lerma, Marc Guehi, and Matheus Franca.

In the absence of Wharton, Jairo Riedewald and Naouirou Ahamada are vying for a starting spot. However, Glasner is likely to maintain his winning formula from the previous weekend, with Chris Richards and Will Hughes returning from their concerns.

On the other hand, Fulham heads into the match without any injury worries, providing manager Scott Parker with a fully-fit squad to choose from.

Crystal Palace Predicted XI: Henderson; Clyne, Richards, Andersen; Munoz, Wharton, Hughes, Mitchell; Olise, Mateta, Eze

Fulham Predicted XI: Leno; Castagne, Adarabioyo, Bassey, Robinson; Palhinha, Lukic; Iwobi, Pereira, Willian; Muniz

Wolves vs Luton Town

For Wolves, Several key players remain sidelined, including Craig Dawson, Nelson Semedo, Pedro Neto, Jean-Ricner Bellegarde, and Matheus Cunha. Pablo Sarabia, Mario Lemina, and Rayan Ait-Nouri are hopeful of returning. Hwang Hee-chan’s availability is uncertain due to a recent hamstring injury.

On the other hand, Luton will miss Albert Sambi Lokonga and Teden Mengi, with Issa Kabore returning to contention. Nine players are expected to remain sidelined, including Tom Lockyer, Gabriel Osho, and Marvelous Nakamba.

Wolves Predicted XI: Sa; S. Bueno, Kilman, Toti; Doherty, Lemina, Gomes, Doyle, Ait-Nouri; Sarabia, Hwang

Luton Predicted XI: Kaminski; Kabore, Hashioka, Burke, Doughty; Clark, Mpanzu, Barkley; Townsend, Morris, Chong

Newcastle United vs Sheffield United

Newcastle: Callum Wilson’s chances of recovering from a chest injury are boosted by an extended break, but Newcastle still miss several long-term absentees, including Lewis Miley, Joe Willock, and Kieran Trippier. Despite the injury woes, no changes are expected from their last lineup.

Sheffield United: Sheffield United’s injury list includes Tom Davies, George Baldock, and John Egan, but Hamer’s substitution against Burnley was precautionary. Rhian Brewster and Jack Robinson are nearing returns, but no changes are anticipated from their previous match.

Newcastle Predicted XI: Dubravka; Murphy, Krafth, Schar, Burn; Anderson, Guimaraes, Longstaff; Gordon, Isak, Barnes

Sheffield United Predicted XI: Grbic; Ahmedhodzic, Holgate, Trusty; Bogle, Souza, McAtee, Arblaster, Osborn; Brereton Diaz, Archer

Bournemouth vs Brighton

Injuries continue to trouble Bournemouth as Tyler Adams, Luis Sinisterra, and Marcus Tavernier are ruled out with various setbacks. Romain Faivre is also sidelined with a muscle injury, but Antoine Semenyo’s return is a positive boost for the team.

Brighton faces significant injury concerns with key players like Tariq Lamptey, Pervis Estupinan, and Adam Webster out in defense. Jack Hinshelwood is also sidelined with a foot injury. James Milner and Billy Gilmour’s absence in midfield is notable, while Evan Ferguson, Kaoru Mitoma, and Solly March are unavailable in attack.

Bournemouth Predicted XI: Neto (GK, C), Adam Smith, Illia Zabarnyi, Marcos Sensi, Lloyd Kelly, Ryan Christie, Lewis Cook, Lloyd Kelly, Justin Kulivert, Dango, Dominic Solanke

Brighton Predicted XI: Bart Verburggen (GK), Joel Veltman, Jan Paul van Hecke, Lewis Dunk, Igor Julio, Pascal Gross, Carlos Baleba, Simon Adingra, Ansu Fati, Joao Pedro, Danny Welbeck

Nottm Forest vs Man City

Nottm Forest:
Forest will be without key defender Willy Boly, who continues to recover from a muscle injury sustained in March. Striker Taiwo Awoniyi also remains sidelined with a muscle issue.

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Foden scores against Nottm Forest in PL 2023/24 (Credits: Getty)

Man City:
Manchester City are heading into the game with a fully fit squad, following their recent victories and progression to the FA Cup final. It’s a daunting prospect for Nottingham Forest as they face a City side in top form.

Nottm Forest Predicted XI: Matz Sels (GK), Neco Williams, Moussa Niakhate, Murillo, Ola Aina, Nico Domingez, Danilo, Gio Reyna, Morgan Gibbs-White, Callum Hudson Odoi, Chris Wood

Man City Predicted XI: Ederson (GK), Kyle Walker (C), Ruben Dias, Gvardiol, Bernardo Silva, Rodri, John Stones, Jack Grealish, Phil Foden, Kevin de Bruyne, Erling Haaland

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