Happy belated Thanksgiving to our American audience! Regardless of where you're reading from, we hope you were all thankful for our Champions League articles midweek as they both proved to be extremely lucrative! That being said, we are ready to dive into Sunday's matchups. Here's who we're tipping to do well:
Petr Cech (Arsenal, $4,400) - Arsenal have been in great form as of late, coming off a midweek Champions league 3-0 victory at home look for Cech and Arsenal to get the victory and clean sheet in Norwich.
Simon Mignolet (Liverpool, $4,000) - Ever since the Jurgen Klopp hiring Liverpool have made a complete 180. Mignolet has yet to keep a clean sheet but something tells me tomorrow will be his first under Jurgen Klopp. Swansea are struggling failing to win in their last 3 matches. Liverpool have won their last 4 home matches against Swansea and scoring at least 2 goals in all 4 of those matches. Look for Mignolet to get a win and his first clean sheet under Klopp.
Other options to consider: Adrian (West Ham, $4,100)
Hector Bellerin (Arsenal, $3,700) - By now you should be very familiar with Bellerin's name. He is the offensive right back for Arsenal always pushing forward sending in beautiful crosses racking up an occasional assist or a goal. In a 3 game slate given the matchup against Norwich he's as chalky of a play as it gets.
Nathaniel Clyne (Liverpool, $4,000) - Clyne is like a carbon copy of Bellerin just in a different red uniform (the better version, if you ask me). Clyne racks up interceptions, tackles, and an abundance of crosses. Clyne is coming off a mid week assist look for him to keep up the form possibly putting one in the net.
Other options to consider: Nacho Monreal (Arsenal, $3,900), Danny Rose (Tottenham, $3,900)
Christian Eriksen (Tottenham, $6,600) - Eriksen was the engine behind the Tottenham scoring train all year last season. He started out this campaign plagued with injury, however he has strung together some positive performances in a row and the combination of an in-form Harry Kane and an in-form Eriksen has proven deadly in the past.
Willian (Chelsea, $5,800) - We will continue to write about Willian until he stops producing. The man is simply in sensational form, as my main man Nastee Nate would put it. Chelsea is in chaos mode and need another strong performance from their most consistent producer in a very tough London rivalry.
Other options to consider: Mesut Ozil (Arsenal, $7,200), Philippe Coutinho (Liverpool, $6,300), Heung-Min Son (Tottenham, $4,600)
Olivier Giroud (Arsenal, $6,600) - Normally we would be writing about Alexis here but he suffered a mild hamstring strain midweek and don't want to take the chance he fails his prematch fitness test. Giroud is in form and will be the focal point against lowly Norwich.
Christian Benteke (Liverpool, $6,300) - With Sturridge looking to miss out yet again due to injuries, what a surprise, Klopp will be heavily relying on Firmino and Benteke to spearhead the attack. Benteke was responsible for both goals this Thursday in Europa action and should be feeling fantastic.
Roberto Firmino (Liverpool, $4,700) - GODS PLAY OF THE DAY. Firmino will be up front in some capacity with Benteke, or alone if Benteke is rested, and is coming off a goal and 2 assists at Man City last weekend. Do not miss this hidden gem.
Other options to consider: Harry Kane (Tottenham, $7,500), Andy Carroll (West Ham, $4,300)
Joel Campbell (Arsenal, $4,200) - Slipping under the radar, Campbell has been in playing very, very well. He has started a lot this past month and played very well in the UCL midweek. With Alexis mildly hurt and potentially receiving the rest, Campbell is a very nice utility play.
Jefferson Montero (Swansea City, $4,400) - Montero literally performs every single week he is healthy enough to take the pitch. He will easily rack up 15-25 points tomorrow off of his agility and ability to criss-cross defenders and midfielders alike.
DF: Monreal, Rahman, Clyne
MF: Son, Eriksen, Willian
FW: Giroud, Firmino
UT: Campbell, Gibbs
That's it for this week's DraftKings DFS EPL preview. Let us know who you're going with and who you're fading in the comments. We will be cooking up scintillating lineups all season as well on Twitter and on our website, so don't miss any of the action!