The Fantasy world is getting weirder and weirder. You bring in Lukaku thinking what next, and he is benched the next day, and not even included in the squad the next. I repeat, it gets weirder and weirder.
This week includes the Manchester derby and we should be pondering elsewhere for attacking options this week. What else do we need when we have a lip-smacking Liverpool home game against Fulham, and an Arsenal team facing Wolves. Both Fulham and Wolves are under-firing at this moment and FPL Managers will be logical to expect points from both Defense and Attack off Liverpool and Arsenal.
Liverpool will be relying heavily on Mane(£9.8m) and Salah(£13.0m) to perform as Shaqiri(£7.0m) might get a start if Klopp favours his 4-2-3-1 formation to include Fabinho. In other news, Arsenal hopefully will go with the favoured exact formation which will help them shoot in goals from the start as Lacazatte will be again the man to introspect at his price.
West Ham has had a poor start to the season, but fixtures say that apart from the Manchester City home game next week they will be facing no top-7 team in the coming two months. That is huge knowing that Filipe Anderson (£6.9m) or Arnautovic (£7.1m) might be excellent coups this week before prices surge in a couple of weeks. The only worry for these guys will be their weak away form, which if gotten a remedy nothing can stop these two from getting points.
In Defense, Southampton and Watford are both lacking in thrust from their attacking point at this moment and it won’t be a surprise to see a stale-mate goalless 90minutes of football when they meet this week. Apart from that, Brighton travel to Cardiff City and we can expect some boring football as both managers will be desperate for a point at this point of the season, and therefore people who have opted for Matt Ryan(£4.6m) can keep him between the sticks. Elsewhere the fixtures are not the much-replying corporation for defenders as we’re expecting a lot of goals considering the fixtures.
It would be wise to go for any of the following players to hand-over the captain’s armband considering the situation:
Mesut Ozil(£8.4m): The orchestra behind the Arsenal attack at this moment and I believe he’ll have a lot to offer this week regarding a potential deal.
Sadio Mane(£9.8m): A wise option as he’s definitely going to start as Liverpool is definite of scoring a few goals and it would be a miracle not for him to have been involved in any of it.
Jamie Vardy(£9.0m): I fancy him to score and find some of his lost form this week, as the Clarets have conceded four or more goals in each of the last three Gameweeks. We can just wait and watch.
Who do you think can produce a miracle and give us the best double-digit score this week? Comment below.