Welcome back to this weeks Fantasy Football top picks for Game week 7 in the Premier League. With such a hectic weekend many players will be scrambling to the transfer market to chop and change their teams.
Game week 6 brought many unpredictable results with some of the top sides losing out. The most notable of which being Manchester City and Arsenal. In this article we’ll guide you through the top picks to have in your team for this weekend. We’ll go through all the top transfers that’s on everyone’s lips and the must buys.
Let’s dive into our top 5 contenders for your Fantasy Football Team.
1 Tottenham Hotspur – Son (9.5million)
The top transfer in the fantasy football community this week has been Tottenham’s Son Heung Min.
The forward has been in outstanding form alongside Harry Kane striking fear into the hearts of every defense thus far.
The partnership between the two has made headlines this week after Spurs one nil win against Burnley.
In fact, the duo are the second deadliest pairing in Premier league history with 29 goals.The pair are only five goals behind current record holders Drogba and Lampard.
Son has already scored 8 goals in 6 games and with his best being 14 goals in a season, he will mostly likely surpass that this year.
Son has been the most sought after player on the fantasy market this week with over 56% of users buying him.
The South Korean is valued at 9.5 million which is rather expensive. However, he is completely worth having in any team topping the listings in form.
He sits at a gigantic average of 14 points a game thus far in the season. Son tops the list for all time points this season on 69 points.
For these reasons we believe he’s an absolute must in every team this season.
2 Everton – Dominic Calvert Lewin (7.7 million)
Taking second place on this list is Everton’s Dominic Calvert Lewin.
The young striker has been completely transformed since Carlo Ancelotti’s arrival at Merseyside.
With new signings of James Rodriguez, Allen and Doucoure Everton are looking dangerous this season.
Calvert Lewin is in fine form scoring 7 goals in just 6 games and nabbed the September player of the month award.
The 23 year old has been rewarded for his hard work in recent weeks with an England call up.
The striker is definitely worth the buy this weekend for any team coming in at 7.7 million.
Although this may seem rather steep Calvert Lewin is definitely worth it sitting at 44 points on the all time points list.
With Everton coming up against Newcastle this weekend, expect the toffee to be amongst the goals.
We advise on getting this striker in your squad ASAP as Calvert Lewin’s price is bound to sky rocket after being selected by over 56% of the users this week.
3 Everton – James Rodriguez (8 million)
Ranking at number three is new Everton signing James Rodriguez.
The Columbian was brought in from Real Madrid whilst on loan to Bayern Munich.
The midfielder has struggled in the last few seasons and not quite hit the heights people thought he would.
This after his magnificent display at the 2014 World Cup that gained him worldwide attention.
He was signed by Everton last summer in the hopes of regaining this form and working with former manager Carlo Ancelotti.
So far this season, Rodriguez has been tearing the league up and getting the best out of strike partners Calvert Lewin and Richarlison.
He’s scored 3 goals in 5 games and has been a huge part of Everton’s new tactical style of play in a 4-3-3 formation.
The Columbian comes in at number three on the most popular transfers this week with 41 points to his name.
Although coming in at a hefty price tag of 8 million his form is an excellent 8.0 points a game.
Rodriguez ranks in at seventh on the all time points list thus far and fourth on the form listings.
We recommend looking into getting the Evertonian if you can or exchanging him for your unperforming player.
4 Tottenham Hotspur – Harry Kane (10.9 million)
One of the Premier League’s most consistent goal scoring machine’s in at number four is striker Harry Kane.
At only 27 the Englishman is one of the best strikers in the world.
Racking in an impressive 148 goals in 213 appearances for Tottenham, and 32 goals in 49 caps for England.
So far this season Kane has scored 5 goals in 6 games and has put an end to his usual slow start to a season.
The striker currently sits at number four in this week’s top transfers into fans fantasy squads.
He has currently 65 points in second place on the total points list 4 points behind striker partner Son.
At a large price tag of 10.5 million Kane should have been a player to already be in your squad from the very beginning given his stats.
However, if he isn’t, we tell you now he’s a must buy.
His current form alongside Heung Min Son is immense and currently are breaking records for link up play together.
Kane’s form currently scores a whopping average of 12.3 points a game.
If your struggling for points and looking to catch your friends make Kane your captain to double your points.
We definitely recommend buying Kane this weekend as he will be a season long investment for your team.
5 Leeds United – Patrick Bamford (5.9 million)
Taking fifth spot is Leeds striker Patrick Bamford after his superb hattrick against Aston Villa over the weekend.
Fans will have been scrambling to nab Bamford from the transfer list to get him in their squads.
We recommend grabbing the Leeds man as quick as you can with his price bound to go up in the coming days.
Bamford comes in at only 5.9 million which makes him a good purchase if you have any spare money in the budget or wish to swap out an existing player.
With Leeds facing a strong Leicester City side this weekend Bamford may get on the scoresheet if given the right service.
The Englishman has already racked in an impressive 17 points last weekend and sits at a total of 49 points from 6 games.
The striker sits in fourth position in the total points list behind Salah, Son and Kane.
With the players above Bamford all costing 9 plus million he’s definitely value for money in this in form Leeds team.
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