The 11th week of the Premier League is upon us and that means another week of crazy transfer activity in the Fantasy Premier League. Last weekend did see the return of the Spurs Superhero, Harry Kane, who bagged a hat-trick against Bournemouth. Jamie Vardy continued his fine goal scoring run as he led Leicester to another victory.
With the one big clash of the weekend between Chelsea and Liverpool, we list out five players who should be part of your Fantasy Premier League side, if you are looking to get those important points.
Can we start from anywhere else? The English striker is certainly enjoying one of his most fruitful seasons for Leicester and currently leads the goalscoring charts in the League. Vardy has even been linked with a move to Real Madrid, which might not take place but he should be in your team, no doubts about that as he scored in the last game helping Leicester to another impressive victory.
The Tottenham striker finally got his season on track by scoring three goals against a hapless Bournemouth defence last weekend. Kane was excellent against the Premier League side and could do extremely well against Aston Villa, who are without a manager since the sacking of Tim Sherwood.
It certainly seems to be the purchase of the season as West Ham have done extremely well under Bilic and that form has come thanks to Payet and his brilliance in his first season in England. Payet has provided three assists in three games and he could well be on his way as the Hammers would be taking on Watford on Saturday.
The player who has the most number of assists this season, Mesut Ozil has found a new lease of life at Arsenal and seems to be unstoppable. The German has four assists in his last three games and has been chipping with a few goals as well. Ozil should be part of your team now since he has found his groove and he could have a handy game against Swansea, who themselves aren’t having the worst season under Gary Monk.
With Pablo Zabaleta a doubt for this week’s game against Norwich City and with the form that Manchester City have been in, there is no doubt that Sagna could well be among the goals and assists against a team that haven’t done all that well against some of the bigger teams in the league.