With yet another International break approaching, the TGF FPL league is starting to take shape entering gameweek 7, as to who will be having a very successful seasons and who will having a less successful season.
Amanina Sabki leads the way once more in 1st with 371 points. He is closely followed by Arum Kumar in 2nd with 370 points. Hemanth Sai, Bruce Chambers, Jack Cousin, Nathan Ridley & Ken Mulandi are in the running to battle the players at the top. Liam Dawson remains 35th with 222 points. There’s a significant gap opening up at the bottom.
As usual, here are this week’s men to get in and men to avoid.
IN: Ryan Bertrand – £5.5m
The Southampton defender has picked up form recently and with some good fixtures ahead, he could be a great addition at a decent price. His quality both going forward and at the back is not to be underestimated; even against the top sides.
OUT: John Stones – £5.5m
Manchester City may be top of the table but their defence has come into question now that both Benjamin Mendy and Vincent Kompany are out injured. They come up against arguably the most in-form side at the moment this weekend, Chelsea. There’s sure to be goals in the game and the English centre-back is set to be tested in a big way.
IN: Anthony Martial – £8.0m
Despite not being selected by his national team manager; the in-form Martial will almost certainly be selected by his manager José Mourinho this weekend. With what seems an absolute corker of a fixture for Manchester United, the forward looks set to have a number of chances. The fact the winger/striker is classed a midfielder is a treat for any FPL players.
OUT: Wayne Hennessey – £4.5m
Crystal Palace have had a record breaking start to the season, but in the worst possible fashion. Without a goal, without a point, and that trip to Manchester really doesn’t stand them in good stead at all. The time of goalkeepers earning themselves a draw at Old Trafford seems a thing of the past; so Hennessey isn’t the man to go for this gameweek.
IN: Mohammed Salah – £9.1m
Liverpool’s star signing of the summer has began in scintillating style. With goals & assists in abundance, the Egyptian could bag more at the weekend at Newcastle United. His price may increase in the coming weeks so now would be the perfect time to get him in your team.
OUT: Lewis Dunk – £4.4m
It’s been a fairly solid start for Dunk thus far in his first Premier League campaign but his team, Brighton & Hove Albion, travel to the Emirates this weekend to face Arsenal. The Gunners are scoring goals for fun at the moment. He may be a cheap defender, but it could be a rough match as his side still haven’t got themselves together this season.