In TGF’s league after 5 gameweeks, Jack Cousin has become the first player to see his team at the top of the table more than once. He sits in 1st with an impressive 305 points. Amanina Sabki follows him in 2nd with 302 points. Bruce Chambers is then narrowly 3rd due to his 301 points. Liam Dawson is man sitting at the bottom in 34th with his total of 185 points.
Going into gameweek 6, here are your weekly tips.
IN: Shkodran Mustafi – £5.4m
The German defender managed to help his side to a clean sheet and did almost grab a goal last weekend at Chelsea. As a star man last gameweek and some ‘easy’ fixtures ahead for Arsenal, Mustafi is a man at a good price to pick up this week. The North London side often are in need of a strong defender and Arsene Wenger will be keen to keep him in the squad.
OUT: Ilkay Gündogan – £5.4m
After a return last week for the skillful playmaker, Gündogan was forced off midweek with another injury. The severity of his injury is still unknown so don’t let his price fool you. It could still be a long road back for the former Borussia Dortmund man.
IN: Jamie Vardy – £8.5m
The party-man is back in the goals this campaign and showing form he showed in the title winning season. In-form, the Englishman can score against anyone. As Liverpool again come to town this weekend, he could grab more goals. With many strikers costing much more than Vardy, he may be a perfect fit for a well-rounded teams.
OUT: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain – £5.9m
Since his arrival at Anfield, the ‘Ox’ has not yet shown – on the pitch – anything near justifying his real life price tag. Due to his inability to be nail down a place in any team in his career, it’s unlikely he will get many more starting chances under Jürgen Klopp in the near future. A cheap price for such a highly-rated player, but it may not be the man to go for this gameweek.
IN: Jamal Lascelles – £4.6m
Rafael Benítez’s favourite man has shown his worth as of late, with 2 goals in his last 2 games. A seemingly bargain this gameweek – with his team’s form and his personal goalscoring form – the England youngster could be worth a shot. Lascelles has shown his high quality in his still short career and is starting to prove himself in the Premier League.
OUT: Davy Klaassen £7.2m
Everton have not had the easiest of starts in the Premier League, and neither has their new Dutch signing. Picking up only 3 points thus far on FPL and behind other attackers in the pecking order, it’s not a great time to have Klaassen in your team. The blue side in Merseyside may have favourable fixtures now but the former Ajax man may not be given too many chances by his manager Ronald Koeman.