Fantasy Premier League – Potential Premier League Lineups GW20


Jordan Sadler has provided this helpful fantasy premier league lineups GW20 article with the potential premier league team lineups for GW20.  It also includes injury information and where the potential lineup unknowns are.

 fantasy premier league – potential premier league lineups GW20

These are my predicted lineups for Gameweek 20. These should become more accurate the further into the season we get. Currently I seem to be getting around 90% of players correct each week. There are also a list of injured players for each club and their expected return dates.

Apologies for not getting an article out for Gameweek 19, I just didn’t have the time with the games being on Boxing Day.

Key: Two players separated by a / means I’m unsure which of the two will start. A player in grey means there is a potential chance they may start instead of the player in white.


– Hector Bellerin: Calf injury (12th January return expected)
– Rob Holding: ACL rupture (June return expected)
– Konstantinos Mavropanos: Groin injury (1st January return expected)
– Danny Welbeck: Ankle injury (unknown return)
– Henrikh Mkhitaryan: Ankle injury (February return expected)
– Shkodran Mustafi: Hamstring injury (75% chance)
– Laurent Koscielny: Knock (75% chance)
– Nacho Monreal: Muscle injury (75% chance)


– Adam Smith: Knee injury (February return expected)
– Lewis Cook: ACL rupture (June return expected)
– Dan Gosling: Knee injury (2nd January return expected)
– Simon Francis: Hip injury (June return expected)


– Jose Izquierdo: Knee injury (2nd January return expected)
– Mat Ryan: International Duty (9th February return expected)
– Alireza Jahanbakhsh: Hamstring injury (2nd January return expected)


– Nick Pope: Lack of match fitness (unknown return)
– Stephen Ward: Knee injury (unknown return)
– Steven Defour: Knock (50% chance)
– Matthew Lowton: 1 match ban (2nd January return)
– Robert Brady: Knock (50% chance)
– Aaron Lennon: Knee injury (unknown return)


– Callum Paterson: Knee injury (75% chance)
– Kenneth Zohore: Thigh injury (unknown return)
– Ashley Richards: Hamstring injury (unknown return)
– Daniel Ward: Knock (unknown return)


– Callum Hudson-Odoi: Hamstring injury (25% chance)
– Andreas Christensen: Hamstring injury (75% chance)
– Pedro: Hamstring injury
– Victor Moses: Knock (75% chance)

Crystal Palace

– Christian Benteke: Knee injury (unknown return)


– Ademola Lookman: Ankle injury (75% chance)


– Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa: Knock (1st January return expected)


– Aaron Mooy: Knee injury (February return expected)
– Abdelhamid Sabiri: Shoulder injury (February return expected)
– Tommy Smith: Hamstring injury (12th January return expected)
– Danny Williams: Knee injury (February return expected)
– Rajiv Van La Parra: Back injury (75% chance)


– Daniel Amartey: Leg injury (March return expected)
– James Matthew: Lack of match fitness (unknown return)


– Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain: Knee injury (unknown return)
– Dominic Solanke: Muscle injury (unknown return)
– Joe Gomez: Leg injury (19th January return expected)
– Joel Matip: Shoulder injury (30th January return expected)
– James Milner: Muscle injury (3rd January return expected)
– Alberto Moreno: Back injury (75% chance)

Manchester City

– Claudio Bravo: Achilles injury (unknown return)
– Fabian Delph: 3 match ban (14th January return)
– Fernandinho: Unknown (75% chance)
– Benjamin Mendy: Knee injury (February return expected)
– Gabriel Jesus: Knock (75% chance)
– Vincent Kompany: Unknown (75% chance)

Manchester United

– Anthony Martial: Illness (75% chance)
– Alexis Sanchez: Hamstring injury (75% chance)
– Chris Smalling: Foot injury (13th January return expected)
– Marcos Rojo: Knock (50% chance)
– Scott McTominay: Knock (50% chance)
– Romelu Lukaku: Personal Reasons (75% chance)

Newcastle United

– Karl Darlow: Arm injury (2nd January return expected)
– Florian Lejeune:  Lack of match fitness (25% chance)
– Ciaran Clark: Ankle injury (unknown return)
– Ki Sung-Yueng: International Duty (9th February return expected)


– Ryan Bertrand: Back injury (2nd January return expected)
– Cedric Soares: Calf injury (75% chance)
– Sam Gallagher: Hamstring injury (unknown return)
– Michael Obafemi: Hamstring injury (2nd January return expected)


– Dele Alli: Hamstring injury (75% chance)
– Moussa Dembele: Ankle injury (13th January return expected)
– Vincent Janssen: Foot injury (unknown return)
– Serge Aurier: Muscle injury (75% chance)
– Victor Wanyama: Knee injury (unknown return)
– Jan Vertonghen: Thigh injury (13th January return expected)
– Eric Dier: Abdominal injury (13th January return expected)


– Sebastian Prodl: Knee injury (2nd January return expected)
– Andre Gray: Leg injury (unknown return)
– Christian Kabasele: Shoulder injury (2nd January return expected)

West Ham

– Marko Arnautovic: Hamstring injury (12th January return expected)
– Fabian Balbuena: Knock (75% chance)
– Carlos Sanchez: Knee injury (unknown return)
– Manuel Lanzini: Knee injury (unknown return)
– Winston Reid: Knee injury (unknown return)
– Andriy Yarmolenko: Achilles injury (March return expected)
– Ryan Fredericks: Shin injury (February return expected)
– Jack Wilshire: Ankle injury (unknown return)
– Javier Hernandez: Knock (75% chance)
– Pablo Zabaleta: Illness (75% chance)


– Diogo Jota: Hamstring injury (2nd January return expected)

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3 thoughts on “Fantasy Premier League – Potential Premier League Lineups GW20”

  1. Thanks for this helpful article. Just one question please : why do you think that Morata is ahead Giroud to start ? Thanks

    • I’m not really sure who will play I just think Morata is slightly more likely because just before his injury he was first choice between the two of them if I remember rightly. Well at least in November he was (Giroud did start an EPL game after that but only one). Plus I feel Morata is more a Sarri striker than Giroud is. However I could quite easily be wrong but that’s just my logic for it.

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