FPL detikSport Week 8: Transfer Recommendations
After two weeks of international holiday breaks, the Premier League rolled back this week. Already fiddling with your Fantasy Premier League team?
Premier League this eighth week will be presenting an exciting duel between Liverpool contra Manchester United at Anfield on Saturday (10/13/2017) tonight tomorrow. If you are the managers who install the Red Devils players, this could be the field to take points.
The reason, the front players such as Romelu Romaku Lukaku, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Juan Mata, Anthony Martial, or Marcus Rashford, could be a threat to Liverpool’s back line is still fragile at this time. In total there are 12 goals nested in Simon Mignolet’s goal today.
Meanwhile, Liverpool is also currently hit by bad news related to Sadio Mane’s injury is usually a mainstay in the line of attack. With Roberto Firmino’s still windy performance, Philippe Coutinho and Mohamed Salah will be very reliable.
Potential harvest points also exist in Manchester City’s game against Stoke City at Etihad Stadium. Even without Sergio Aguero having just recovered from a broken rib injury, City still have Gabriel Jesus, Leroy Sane, or Kevin De Bruyne ready to give nightmares to Stoke’s defense.
Tottenham Hotspur face Bournemouth? Get ready also for the managers who installed Harry Kane, The Cherries could be the goalfield for the Spurs’ forward. Moreover, Kane also appear sharp in the 2018 World Cup Qualifying session along with England.
However, the recently completed international action also has a bad impact on their “people” Sadio Mane, Marouane Fellaini or Lukaku, because everyone gets injured which makes them likely to be absent.
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From the goalkeeping position, David De Gea (5.6) and Fraser Forster (5.0) are still the top choice. The new De Gea conceded a two-goal taste-it could be a thick wall for Manchester United against Liverpool at Anfield.
Meanwhile, Forster who will escort Southampton goalkeeper Newcastle United entertain a chance to record a clean sheet.
If the price of the two goalkeepers was considered too high then goalkeeper Huddersfield Town, Jonas Loessl could be an option. While his opponent adalan bottom team Swansea City.
Turning to the defender, Tottenham Hotspur player Ben Davies (5.9) could be the main choice of course considering he was on fire. Two weeks ago, Davies scored one goal and one assist in a 4-0 win over Huddersfield.
For now, Davies became the highest-scoring defender in the FPL around 24.6 percent. Antonio Valencia (6.6) is also a favorite of managers although the price is quite high.
Therefore we recommend to buy Arsneal defender Nacho Monreal who is only 5.5 but has 41 points or Burnley defender Stephen Ward who has the same points but only worth 4.6.
In the midfield position, the name of Cesc Fabregas worth considering considering Chelsea will lose N’Golo Kante a hamstring injury when defending France ago. With the price of “only” 6.9, Fabregas could be a possible option at a low price.
Last season Fabregas involved in the presence of 20 goals Chelsea, through five goals and 15 assists. Christian Eriksen (9.7) would be the managers’ top choice with 25.3 percent ownership as he collects the most points in the sector with 45 points.
With Spurs only facing Bournemouth, Eriksen not only donate assists but also scored a goal. Playing at Wembley is also a key for Eriksen considering he made more points (13 points) Kane who just made the points there.
Mohamed Salah can also be the choice of managers. Wrongly priced 9.2 and just passing Egypt to the World Cup, he will prove his sharpness against United. Remember also that he is Liverpool’s current top scorer with four goals in the league.
For the choice of cheap midfielders, there are two Watford players, Richarlison (6.2) and Abdoulaye Doucoure (5.3), who still regularly contribute points until this seventh week.
In the attacking sector, Kane (12.8) is still a major favorite given the extraordinary performance throughout September. It’s so Kane also sharp with the England team in the 2018 World Cup qualifying phase last.
Lukaku was so remembered he is owned by most FPL managers, ie 59.1 percent. But his condition is also doubtful to appear against Liverpool considering he just got an ankle injury. But if appearing later, Lukaku would be a terror for Liverpool’s back line.
Injuries Alvaro Morata and Sergio Aguero can be a blessing to remember Gabriel Jesus (10,6), Jamie Vardy (8.6) or Marcus Rashford (7.6) bsia so an alternative on the front lines.