Fantasy Premier League – 3 Picks For Game-week 6 That You Wouldn’t Want To Miss Out On

Fantasy Premier League – 3 FPL Picks For Game-week 6

Premier League weekend is back and fans will be looking to draft the best of the players into their FPL team for maximum points. This season has already seen some unexpected turn outs with some big names failing to live up to their price tag.

Usual suspects like Harry Kane, Kevin De Bruyne, Wayne Rooney are yet to hit full throttle while the lesser known players like Pascal Gross, Matt Ritchie and Doucoure have turned out to be bargains.

Like every time, this week also promises a lot of action with some important fixtures like the game between the struggling Crystal Palace and the high-flying Manchester City. Eagles newly appointed coach, Roy Hodgson will be looking for his League win as Palace manager.

Liverpool vs Leicester City will also be a fixture to look forward to, with the Foxes knocking out the Reds from the Carabao Cup earlier this week. Klopp will be desperate for a win, with his last one coming against Crystal Palace.

Manchester United vs Southampton will be a treat, with the Red Devils enjoying an impressive run of form with plenty of goals to add. The Saints will also fancy their chances as they prepare to welcome Virgil Van Dijk to the first team, while Mkhitaryan, Lukaku and Martial will be looking to spoil the party.

Here are three players who can be picked for this weekend:

Anthony Martial

The Manchester United forward was in scorching form against Burton in the Carabao Cup and scored a brilliant goal for his side. He was also adjudged as the man of the match for his exceptional performance despite Marcus Rashford bagging two goals. Mourinho is likely to start the Frenchman vs Southampton and he could be the difference maker against the Saints.

Shinji Okazaki

The Leicester City forward has been brilliant for the Foxes so far this season and once again turned up for Craig Shakespeare, when he scored the second goal for his side in the Carabao Cup tie. Okazaki is definitely a great pick with a reasonable price tag and his eye for goal. Given Liverpool’s shaky defence, you can count on Okazaki to make it count once again.

Heung-min Son

Yes, Harry Kane has officially opened his Premier League tally and has looked sensational ever since. But, his teammate, Son heung-min has also impressed and is definitely a player to watch out for this week. He is bound to make an impact against the fragile West Ham defence and could well score as well as set up goals for his side.

Written by Kevin Ronith

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