Fantasy Premier League – Potential Premier League Lineups GW23


Jordan Sadler has provided this helpful fantasy premier league lineups GW23 article with the potential premier league team lineups for GW23.  It also includes injury information and where the potential lineup unknowns are.

 fantasy premier league – potential premier league lineups GW23

These are my predicted lineups for Gameweek 23. 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.

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.


– Rob Holding: ACL rupture (June return expected)
– Konstantinos Mavropanos: Lack of match fitness (25% chance)
– Danny Welbeck: Ankle injury (unknown return)
– Henrikh Mkhitaryan: Ankle injury (February return expected)


– Lewis Cook: ACL rupture (June return expected)
– Simon Francis: ACL rupture (June return expected)
– Callum Wilson: Hamstring injury (75% chance)
– Dominic Solanke: Hamstring injury (9th February return expected)


– Jose Izquierdo: Knee injury (29th January return expected)
– Mat Ryan: International Duty (9th February return expected)
– Alireza Jahanbakhsh: International Duty (9th February return expected)
– Bernardo: Hamstring injury (29th January return expected)
– Yves Bissouma: Hip injury (75% chance)


– Robert Brady: 1 match ban (29th January return)
– Aaron Lennon: Knee injury (unknown return)
– Johann Berg Gudmundsson: Thigh injury (75% chance)


– Victor Camarasa: Knock (75% chance)
– Kadeem Harris: Shoulder injury (75% chance)
– Ashley Richards: Lack of match fitness (75% chance)
– Daniel Ward: Facial injury (75% chance)
– Kenneth Zohore: Thigh injury (25% chance)
– Sean Morrison: Unknown (25% chance)


– Ruben Loftus-Cheek: Back injury (unknown return)

Crystal Palace

– Vincent Guaita: Calf injury (unknown return)
– Wayne Hennessey: Knock (unknown return)
– Papa Souare: Shoulder injury (March return expected)


– Phil Jagielka: Knock (unknown return)


– Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa: Knock (75% chance)
– Alfie Mawson: Knee injury (unknown return)


– Aaron Mooy: Knee injury (2nd February return expected)
– Abdelhamid Sabiri: Shoulder injury (2nd February return expected)
– Danny Williams: Knee injury (23rd February return expected)


– Daniel Amartey: Leg injury (March return expected)
– Jonny Evans: Toe injury (75% chance)


– Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain: Knee injury (unknown return)
– Joe Gomez: Leg injury (30th January return expected)
– Adam Lallana: Knock (75% chance)
– Dejan Lovren: Hamstring injury (30th January return expected)
– Trent Alexander-Arnold: Knee injury (50% chance)
– Georginio Wijnaldum: Knee injury (50% chance)

Manchester City

– Claudio Bravo: Achilles injury (unknown return)
– Benjamin Mendy: Knee injury (2nd February return expected)
– Vincent Kompany: Knock (75% chance)

Manchester United

– Alexis Sanchez: Hamstring injury (75% chance)
– Chris Smalling: Foot injury (29th January return expected)
– Marcos Rojo: Knock (unknown return)
– Marouane Fellaini: Calf injury (9th February return expected)

Newcastle United

– Karl Darlow: Arm injury (unknown return)
– Mohamed Diame: Hip injury (75% chance)
– Paul Dummett: Hamstring injury (29th January return expected)
– Ciaran Clark: Knock (75% chance)
– Ki Sung-Yueng: International Duty (11th February return expected)
– Yoshinori Muto: International Duty (11th February return expected)
– Jonjo Shelvey: Thigh injury (29th January return expected)
– Isaac Hayden: Knock (75% chance)
– Kenedy: Toe injury (75% chance)
– Jamaal Lascelles: Hamstring injury (75% chance)
– Fabian Schar: Knock (75% chance)


– Ryan Bertrand: Lack of match fitness (50% chance)
– Michael Obafemi: Tendon injury (unknown return)
– Maya Yoshida: International Duty (9th February return expected)
– Mario Lemina: Abdominal injury (50% chance)


– Lucas Moura: Knee injury (75% chance)
– Vincent Janssen: Lack of match fitness (unknown return)
– Victor Wanyama: Knee injury (unknown return)
– Eric Dier: Abdominal injury (75% chance)
– Harry Kane: Ankle injury (March return expected)
– Lucas Moura: Knee injury (50% chance)
– Moussa Sissoko: Groin injury (2nd February return expected)
– Son Heung-Min: International duty (10th February return expected)


– Sebastian Prodl: Knee injury (unknown return)
– Will Hughes: Concussion (50% chance)

West Ham

– Fabian Balbuena: Knee injury (22nd February return expected)
– 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 (25% chance)
– Jack Wilshire: Ankle injury (unknown return)
– Javier Hernandez: Muscle injury (75% chance)


– Willy Boly: 3 match ban (2nd February return)

If you want to see how players performed in GW22 see our underlying stats article for that gameweek.  Also there’s the players with the best fixtures upcoming in our fixture ease article.  You can also see the most popular transfers this week in the bandwagons article

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4 thoughts on “Fantasy Premier League – Potential Premier League Lineups GW23”

  1. Thanks for these. Has Pep given any indication that Jesus will start ahead of Aguero or is this based on current form? Losing my nut trying to decide between Sane, Aguero or Sterling for my wildcard.

    • No indication that I know of, just my assumption with the form Jesus is in. 7 goals 1 assist for Jesus in his last 3, can’t imagine Pep will want to take him out while he’s in this level of goal scoring form and when Huddersfield are there for the taking.

      I’d avoid Aguero personally. It’s up to you on the other two though. I’d personally go Sane but you have to be careful with him as when Mendy gets back Sane may not play as much. This is why I’m avoiding City assets until after 27! Good luck!:)

  2. This Aguero/Jesus dilemma is driving me nuts! There’s such an obvious big points haul from the Huddersfield game if you choose right. As someone whose main focus is a head to head league where this week’s opponent and I are so finely balanced, this could be the difference between winning & losing!

  3. I have the kun, risky, yes! However, Jesus has played 3 games scoring 7 goals, in that form, why risk him in this rubber stamp game.

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