Content Editor at Free Super Tips, Alex was born in the shadow of Old Trafford and is an avid Man Utd fan. After graduating from university he combined his love of football, writing and betting to join FST and now closely follows goings-on in all of the top European leagues.
Who to Bench
The Manchester City hitman followed up his five goal haul against Newcastle by getting injured, and it turns out to be worse than first thought. He’s going to be out until the end of Novemmber apparently, so best to cash in on the most expensive player in Fantasy Football now before his price plummets.
Swansea are really struggling for form at the moment, and the exceptional goalscoring prowess that Andre Ayew showed in his first few games for Swansea seems to have come to an end. We’re expecting them to beat Aston Villa on Saturday, but I’m not expecting too many goals from the visitors.
Bench him for a week. He has been in good form this season but Everton face an unenviable visit to the Emirates to play an Arsenal side who have scored eight goals in their last three games and conceded none.
Who to Buy
Anthony Martial – Price – 8.4 Million
The teenage striker has proved his worth already at Old Trafford, and he’s only going to get better. We’re expecting a high scoring Manchester derby too so adding in Manchester United’s new most potent weapon could bring a few points in.
Virgil van Dikj – Price – 5.5 Million
The new Southampton central defender scored ten times for Celtic last season, and he has already proved that he can do a job at both ends of the pitch with two goals in five games for his new club. I fancy him to get a few opportunities against a frail looking Liverpool defence on Sunday.
Jeffrey Schlupp – Price – 5.0 Million
The Leicester City defender is a bargain at 5.0 million and Claudio Ranieri has opted to start him at left midfield for the past two weeks. This creates more attacking opportunities for him, and with a game against Crystal Palace coming up he should get a few chances to grab an assist or a goal.
Jamie Vardy – Price – 7.0 Million
If you don’t have him in your team yet you must be insane. The industrious striker has already scored 65 points so far and his brace last weekend continued his excellent form. We’re expecting a high scoring game from Leicester against Crystal Palace on Saturday so getting one of the hottest strikers in the game in your team shouldn’t be a bad move. Same goes for Riyad Mahrez, who changes the game whenever he’s on the pitch.
Manuel Lanzini – Price – 5.3 Million
The West Ham attacker has really impressed in the last few weeks and faces a defensively frail Chelsea at Upton Park on Saturday. He got a goal and assist last weekend along with bonus points and he’s an absolute bargain.
Bojan – Price – 5.3 Million
The returning Spaniard has completely changed Stoke’s form since coming back from his cruciate ligament injury. He’s notched two goals in four games and they host a Watford side who haven’t kept a clean sheet in a month.
Georginio Wijnaldum – Price – 6.9 Million
The newboy at Newcastle notched an incredible four goals against Norwich at the weekend to take his points tally to 55. It’s the Tyne-Wear derby as well, which is a fixture that often produces a good amount of goals, especially with a defence as bad as Sunderland’s.
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