Gabriel Jesus, Rodrigo, Ben Mee, and Jose were last week’s top Fantasy performers. How many of them did you have in your team? Are you now looking for a way to utilize your free transfer? Let’s walk through this weekend’s fixtures, to identify the best opportunities. So these are our EPL Fantasy gameweek 3 picks.
An important thing to note is that our picks are sorted by position and by price. Read our analysis to see what the best value on bonus betting sites is.
Tottenham – Wolves
Crystal Palace – Aston Villa
Everton – Nottingham Forest
Fulham – Brentford
Leicester – Southampton
Bournemouth – Arsenal
Leeds – Chelsea
West Ham – Brighton
Newcastle – Manchester City
Manchester United – Liverpool
Price: £5.5m | Opponent: Wolves (h) | Points: 3
Wolves’ offensive line is problematic, so it’s an ideal time for Lloris to secure his first clean sheet of the season. He barely beets Mendy and Ederson for this price point.
Price: £5.0m | Opponent: Bournemouth (a) | Points: 7
Despite conceding two against Leicester, he showed that he can certainly be a season-long investment, at an affordable price, if you want to save that £0.5m. He can record his second clean sheet of the year against a Bournemouth team that was slammed by Manchester City last time.
Price: £5.1m | Opponent: Bournemouth (a) | Points: 13
If someone said that two weeks into the season, Zinchenko is the best player in the Premier League so far, we wouldn’t necessarily agree, but we could see their point. The Ukrainian midfielder (listed as a defender in the game) has what it takes to be a stunningly good point-getter against Bournemouth.
Price: £5m | Opponent: Leeds (a) | Points: 4
The beginning of his Chelsea career was great, as he recorded an assist. It could have been great, if his team had won. Cucurella looks like he’s made to be in a Chelsea shirt. He got offensive ability, as well, which means that he can prove to be a season-long investment.
Price: £4m | Opponent: Everton (a) | Points: 7
Neco Williams carried the tag of a Fantasy golden goose, because of his price, when the season was about to start. Most of us stacked him on the bench. But last week he showed what’s he’s able for, with 4 shots and two chances created against West Ham United. He is a must buy, before his price rises.
Price: £8.1m | Opponent: Wolves (h) | Points: 15
After a magnificent outing during week 1, Kulusevski had a quiet derby against Chelsea (certainly more quiet than his coach). Against Wolves, Spurs’ front three can cause serious trouble. And Kulusevski is way cheaper than Son and Kane.
Price: £8.0m | Opponent: Newcastle (a) | Points: 12
Kevin De Bruyne and Phil Foden were amazing last week, At £8.0m the English winger (listed as a midfielder in the game) has immense value. Even with Haaland being the focal point of the offence, Pep’s system with pass through the wings, so Foden has a place in our team. De Bruyne is probably going to gather more points down the season, but Foden is cheaper and the difference won’t be that great.
Price: £6.2m | Opponent: Bournemouth (a) | Points: 16
Arsenal has the most favorable schedule in this season beginning. And Martinelli is the team’s playmaker. Everything that happens on the field has to pass through his feet. His price is rising every week and this can continue throughout the season.
Price: £8.0m | Opponent: Bournemouth (a) | Points: 21
Two goals and two assists. What more can you ask for from a striker? The Brazilian will seem reborn this season. He is a “must-buy”.
Price: £6.6m | Opponent: Brentford (h) | Points: 12
Even if he had a pretty lousy second week, we cannot neglect what he did in week 1, when at home. This might be his chance to shine once more.
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