We round off the weekday with a select number of players, that ensure to keep you entertained over the course of match day 14.
Despite losing to Chelsea last week, Dele Alli was one of the few Spurs players that caused some problems. His skill and ability to maneuver in congested spaces make him a real threat going forward. Up against Swansea this weekend who have conceded an average of 2.75 goals within their last 4 games, Alli will be on hand to capitalise.
He just gets better and better each time we see him; Mkhitaryan is poised to get a start this weekend. With an impressive midweek performance against West Ham, the Manchester United attacking midfielder has started to gain valuable form. Alongside an inform team, against a inconsistent Everton side – Mkhitaryan could be firing all cylinders.
Having been questioned over his ability due to the downfall of his career choices, Valdés has proved he still has what it takes to be the number one choice as goalkeeper. Making constant saves has become his second nature, which potentially have helped Middlesborough take something away from some games. With a home game against relegation candidates Hull, Valdés looks to add another clean sheet to his tally.
Having only conceded no more than a goal per game, within the last eight games – Stoke rely on Peiters to shield their defence. A threat at set pieces, physically strong and able to cover a lot of ground; Pieters is a near enough a perfect left-back. Hoping to keep a clean sheet at home against Burnley with maybe a goal or assist, Pieters is worth keeping an eye on.