1. Jack Grealish and Raheem Sterling - They have played two English Premier League matches since the season began. In their round two English Premier League match against Norwich they both scored in the match that Manchester City won 5-0.
2. Bruno Fernandes and Paul Pogba - These midfielders seem to be communicating in their gaming. When one creates a chance the other tries his best to utilize the chance. Their combination will be of help to Manchester United in the English Premier League this season.
3. Timo Werner and Kai Hevertz - They have played together for Chelsea since their arrival in 2020. In that one year of playing together they have helped Chelsea win the UEFA Champions League. Their combination may help the blues compete for the English Premier League tittle this season.
4. Mohamed Salah and Diogo Jota - They have contributed in four goals in the two EPL matches they played for Liverpool this season. Salah scored one goal and gave two assists in their 3-0 win against Norwich while Jota scored one goal in the match. Jota also scored one goal in their 2-0 win against Burnley this weekend.
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