You probably already know the drill.

Given that new transfers are being discontinued this Friday, it’s helpful to take a look at the immediate games to analyze which players could be the most influencing this month.

Here’s a closer look at the top half schedules.


Each game is currently cheap for City


  • Wolves (h)
  • Man United (h)
  • Southampton (h)
  • Fulham (a)
  • Borussia Mönchengladbach (h)
  • Everton (a)

At the moment there are no tough opponents for Pep Guardiola’s side, and as they stand, all games in March – with the possible exceptions of the Manchester derby and a trip to Goodison Park – look like routine victories.


  • Crystal palace (a)
  • Man City (a)
  • AC Milan (h)
  • West Ham (h)
  • AC Milan (a)
  • Leicester (h)

It looks like a month of testing for the Red Devils, in which games against the top 4 opponents against Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Co. will be played.

This week’s trip to Selhurst Park appears to be the only really cheap event for Man United in March.


  • Burnley (a)
  • Brighton (a)
  • Sheffield United (h)
  • Man United (h)

Just the four games for the foxes this month after they disappointedly eliminated from Europe.

Brendan Rodgers is plagued by injury problems and hopes his side can take advantage of three consecutive league games against the lower half opponents.

Will this be the month Jamie Vardy (£ 5.1m) revive his early season shape?

The sauce train could be a bit slower this month


  • Leeds (h)
  • Man United (a)
  • Arsenal (h)

Maximizing the schedule is an important aspect of the Dream Team. Hence, most experts recommend staying away from the hammers given the limited options available this month.

David Moyes’ side have been in great shape but March doesn’t seem like a source of massive points for Jesse Lingard (£ 2.3m) and co.


  • Liverpool (a)
  • Everton (h)
  • Leeds (a)
  • Atletico Madrid (h)
  • Sheffield United (h)

A mixed bag for the new look blues hoping to continue their defensive progress under Thomas Tuchel and score more goals.

Positive results against the Merseyside clubs could be crucial here as this month could snowball with the right momentum.

Chelsea cooks under Tuchel

Chelsea cooks under Tuchel


  • Chelsea (h)
  • Fulham (h)
  • RB Leipzig (h)
  • Wolves (a)

The defending champions ended their four straight defeats with a win over the Blades and are aiming for an unbeaten month if they can play at Stamford Bridge.

It’s hard to know what to expect from Liverpool right now and many bosses will be closely watching Mohamed Salah’s (£ 6.1m) returns.


  • West Brom (a)
  • Chelsea (a)
  • Burnley (h)
  • Man City (h)

Is it too reductionist to sum up the upcoming Toffees schedule as follows: two good, two bad?


  • Fulham (a)
  • Crystal palace (h)
  • Dinamo Zagreb (a)
  • Arsenal (a)
  • Dinamo Zagreb (h)
  • Aston Villa (a)

A busy month for Harry Kane (£ 6.7m) and friends.

Jose Mourinho suggested taking the Europa League seriously for the remainder of the season, which could generate hefty returns for his superstar strikers.

If Spurs continue to line up in attacking formations, they could form more than a few mini-leagues this month.




  • Sheffield United (a)
  • Wolves (h)
  • Newcastle (a)
  • Spores (h)

Jack Grealish (£ 4.5m) could return on Bramall Lane and the Villains will be given a boost after winning the Elland Road rink.

Four straight wins don’t look beyond Villa before what can be an entertaining clash in London at the end of the month.


  • Burnley (a)
  • Olympiacos (a)
  • Spores (h)
  • Olympiacos (h)
  • West Ham (a)

Participating in Europe means you shouldn’t turn your back on the Gunners anytime soon.

Those villains who trusted Nicolas Pepe (£ 4.1m) continue to be paid back steadily.

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