The Fantasy Premier League is up and running and some performances from the top players across the Premier League would have shot up your team’s score and given you something to brag about.
There are a number of stars in the market but some of them are in red hot form while others have to be dropped sooner rather than later.
There is not much time to make changes and if you have the budget too, here are five stars that should be part of your Fantasy Premier League side this weekend.
Can anyone stop Sergio Aguero at the moment? Three games and six goals say it all for the diminutive Argentine as he seems to be one of the players who is thriving under Pep Guardiola.
Aguero might be an expensive buy but with him scoring on all fronts, there is no reason why you should not start with him at the moment.
While Diego Costa is the player who is getting the winning goals for Chelsea in the Premier League, Michy Batshuayi seems to be a smart buy at the moment. The young Belgian has scored for Chelsea against Watford and was on target again in the EFL Cup win over Bristol Rovers.
Batshuayi is strong and athletic and seems to be in good form and he should be in your side seeing that Chelsea play Burnley at Stamford Bridge.
Liverpool looked awful without Sadio Mane against Burnley but the former Southampton player came on to play against Burton Albion in the EFL Cup and he was one of the players that demolished the Championship side.
Mane was quick and decisive, just like he was against Arsenal and with Liverpool finding their scoring touch again, the Senegalese star would be a smart buy ahead of this game week.
Paul Pogba made his debut in the Premier League against Southampton last week and although Zlatan Ibrahimovic is stealing all the headlines, the French midfielder could be the one player to have in the side as Manchester United face newly promoted Hull City.
The Tigers might be enjoying a great start to the Premier League campaign, but Jose Mourinho and his side could come to spoil the party and Pogba could be the chief architect of the destruction away at Hull.
Ronald Koeman does know that he has to do well at Everton and one player who has been on fire since the start of the season has been Ross Barkley.
The Merseyside club plays Stoke City, who aren’t firing on all cylinders and this could be a chance for Everton to nab a few goals with Barkley starring in the attack.