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Fantasy Premier League GW5: Time to Stock Up on Arsenal

A long nationals break is now over and we can once again look forward to a weekend of Premier League football. A lot of players did well for their respective teams. Sterling and Kane showed superb form in Englands two victories against Bulgaria and Kosovo, and De Bruyne was on fire against Scotland with 1 goal and 3 assists. Let see if they can take some of that confidence into the next games for their clubs.

More and more players have joined the player won league, where ATeam20 just managed to squeeze past last weeks leader IsMayoAnInstrument. Below you'll find our picks of this game weeks' ones to watch.


Player Won. Overall Points: 201. Overall Rank: 3.143.141


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Goalkeeper: Henderson 4.5m (Sheffield United)

Sheffield has let in 4 goals in the last two games, but that was against Leicester and Chelsea. This week they're playing Southampton at home, so there are definitely chances of a clean sheet.


Defender: Maitland-Niles 5.1m (Arsenal)

Watford has scored only two goals in the first 4 games, and with a new manager, they'll probably be focused on their defence in the home game against Arsenal. Maitland-Niles seems to be Emery's favored choice on right back, and he's even managed an assist already.


Midfielder: Ceballos 5.7m (Arsenal)

After impressing a lot against Burnley, Ceballos struggled against Liverpool and were pretty absent in the match, and he only got 27 minutes against Spurs. The coming weeks however the opposition is Watford and Aston Villa, so if he's playing there could be a lot of points at a very cheap price.

Attacker: Haller 7.5m (West Ham)

West Ham has started strong but has also had a relatively easy schedule. Still, Haller has really impressed and with 3 goals in the last two games, it doesn't look like he needed that long to adapt to Premier League.


Player to Avoid: Abraham 7.2m (Chelsea)

Chelsea is playing Wolves and Liverpool in their next two matches, so even though Abraham has scored 4 goals in the last two matches for Chelsea, he could start to decline or even be rested on the bench now that Chelsea is also starting their Champions League campaign.


Lineup for this Game Week

Haller (West Ham) is looking so sharp that he gets a transfer to my team. Out goes Ings (Southampton) who has actually played well, but not that continuosly. Sterling's (Man City) strong form for England got me convinced to give him another go as capatin even though he burned me a bit last week, and hopefully, Trossard will get fit for Brightons match agains Burnley.




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