Four rare gems from the Premier League during Gameweek 372

Manchester City are just one game away from securing a third successive Premier League title after Arsenal slipped up against Brighton last week, and could have it already won by the time they play Chelsea on Sunday in Gameweek 372 of Sorare. Continue Reading>>>

At the other end of the table, Leeds travel to West Ham needing a win to drag themselves out of the bottom three while Everton are away at Wolves and Nottingham Forest face Arsenal knowing that a win will put themselves in a very strong position against the drop.

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. Continue Reading>>>

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.

After a brilliant start to the season, Pope’s form tailed off at the start of 2023 but there have been signs that he is getting back to his best in recent weeks. Newcastle could only manage a point against Leeds on Saturday, but a large part of that was down to Pope’s penalty save from Patrick Bamford in the first half which made him one of the best performing goalkeepers in the league. Up next is Leicester on Monday night, and given their appalling form it should pose a good opportunity for Newcastle to record a first clean sheet since April 2.

Defender
James Tarkowski – vs Wolves (a)

Tarkowski has been one of the pillars of the Everton defence under Sean Dyche, scoring strongly on Sorare despite a poor overall defensive record. The Toffees have won just one of their last nine games – though they have drawn four – and kept just a single clean sheet, but Tarkowski’s last five (L5) average game ratings stands at an impressive 62, thanks to successive scores of 78, 66 and 62. With a trip to Wolves to come, it might not be a bad time to back the Everton defence and in particular Tarkowski who has proved to be an attacking threat from set pieces.

At the other end of the table, Leeds travel to West Ham needing a win to drag themselves out of the bottom three while Everton are away at Wolves and Nottingham Forest face Arsenal knowing that a win will put themselves in a very strong position against the drop.

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.

Goalkeeper
Nick Pope – vs Leicester (h)

After a brilliant start to the season, Pope’s form tailed off at the start of 2023 but there have been signs that he is getting back to his best in recent weeks. Newcastle could only manage a point against Leeds on Saturday, but a large part of that was down to Pope’s penalty save from Patrick Bamford in the first half which made him one of the best performing goalkeepers in the league. Up next is Leicester on Monday night, and given their appalling form it should pose a good opportunity for Newcastle to record a first clean sheet since April 2.

Defender
James Tarkowski – vs Wolves (a)

Tarkowski has been one of the pillars of the Everton defence under Sean Dyche, scoring strongly on Sorare despite a poor overall defensive record. The Toffees have won just one of their last nine games – though they have drawn four – and kept just a single clean sheet, but Tarkowski’s last five (L5) average game ratings stands at an impressive 62, thanks to successive scores of 78, 66 and 62. With a trip to Wolves to come, it might not be a bad time to back the Everton defence and in particular Tarkowski who has proved to be an attacking threat from set pieces.

Liverpool’s 3-0 win over Leicester on Monday night showcased the attacking talents of Curtis Jones, with the midfielder thriving in a regular role having struggled to establish himself throughout the season. Jones netted twice in finishing off flowing moves to give himself a stunning score of 99, which was the latest in a strong run of form from the youngster which has seen him return four scores over 66 in his last seven matches, and achieve an L5 of 66. There has never been any doubt about Jones’ ability, but after getting a run in the first team towards the end of the season, he is finally showing his ability to perform consistently to a high level and is one to watch for next season.

Forward

Taiwo Awoniyi – Arsenal (h)

A return of five goals in 27 appearances was somewhat underwhelming for the £17 million signing from Union Berlin, but he has come to the fore when his side most needed it. Four goals in his last two games have seen Forest pull four points from those matches and put themselves on the brink of Premier League survival, and a home game with Arsenal to come is an intriguing prospect. The Gunners are out on their feet having effectively given up their title bid and given the state of their defence in recent weeks, the likes of Awoniyi will be licking their lips at the prospect of being able to seal their survival against the one-time title challengers.

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