This week's Headline pick, Hazard (10.4), was handed the responsibility of leading the line against Leicester in gameweek 21, after our Chinese friends whispered something irresistible into Diego's ears containing a lot of digits. With that in mind, Eden could become a more attractive out-of-position proposition if Costa-gate is not resolved quickly. Fix algorithm is projecting a score of 7.2 for Hazard, which places him amongst the top of the midfielder pile for gameweek 22. Hazard has averaged more points and scored more goals at home than Eriksen (8.7), Alli (8.7), Firmino (8.4) and Lallana (7.7)READ MORE
Giroud (8.6) is our headline pick for gameweek 21, having looked like one of only a few Arsenal players to be giving 100% in recent fixtures. His time spent on the sidelines also means he is fresh, and with three goals and two assists from the last three gameweeks we expect him to be one of the top-performers in gameweek 21, which sees Arsenal against a Swansea side that are on a terrible run. When on the pitch, Giroud has had a hand in 75% of Arsenal's goals this season and is currently averaging a goal every 84.3 minutes.READ MORE
Costa (10.7) is our headline pick for both gameweek 19 and 20, with Fix algorithms forecasting a strong performance from the adopted Spanish international over the next two quick-fire gameweeks. While he isn't predicted to score as high as other players, he is the only FPL star performer that has benefited from a vital rest in gameweek 18, after picking up his fifth yellow of the campaign. With Chelsea also having the longest rest between gameweeks 18, 19 and 20, we expect Costa and Chelsea's performance to benefit further. And if the boys in blue are on song, be sure to see Costa score well. He has directly contributed to 54.5% of Chelsea's goals this season, bettering Ibrahimovic (11.6), who appears to be the only one scoring for United at the minute, with 53.8% involvement.READ MORE
Sánchez (11.8) is in the form of his life this season and is projected to score the most points of any player according to Fix algorithms. It's absolutely no coincidence that his new position leading the line has tied in with improved attacking returns. Pundits, Gooners and oddly even Arsène himself have referred to his industrious and energetic style being best suited to a no. 9 role before this season, so we are encouraged to see him in said position week-in week-out, this year. The Chilean has scored six goals and assisted three times in the last six gameweeks, which has resulted in points that classified "Strikers" haven't even mustered.READ MORE
With two games in quick succession we have carefully picked five players that should sail over the rotation wave and play twice in the next seven days. Up first is our Fantasy Football Fix Headliner for gameweek 16 and 17, Harry Kane (11.3). This is becoming a bit of a common position for Kane, having featured as our star-pick three times. However, on each of his last two occasions as our "captain material" he hasn't failed, delivering 13 points on both occasions.READ MORE
Aguero (13.1) sparked quite a debate across fantasy football social media channels last week. Many questioned whether it was time to pull the plug on the highest priced forward, a move Pep seemingly carried out himself by benching him two games running. The consensus among fantasy veterans was keep him at all costs, the one essential player the game has, but he still dropped in price and sadly for the majority who decided against keeping him he punished them in true “Agueroooooo” fashion with two goals and one assist in an away tie to West Brom.READ MORE
Lukaku (9.7) is our go to man this week. Romelu had an indifferent opening to the season, with speculation over where his immediate footballing future was and with more rumours about moving away than Travolta sex life gossip columns, it made sense for fantasy manager’s to err on the side of caution. For now, that has been brushed under the carpet and it appears on the surface to be happy campers between player and manager. Koeman's first task was to ground the big powerhouse’s feet and with attacking points from five of his last six games it certainly seems like that is a mission accomplished.READ MORE
While Coutinho (8.3) lacks a level of physicality we come to expect at the highest level, he certainly makes up for it, and then some, with his technical ability. Arguably the most gifted footballer in the Premier League at shifting the ball back onto his favoured right boot from wide positions. Not since the days of Bale, who mastered the same technique from the opposing wing have we seen someone perfect the move time and time again.READ MORE
Mr Walcott (7.7), where do we begin? Well, seasoned fantasy managers know that Theo is (when playing regularly) fantasy gold dust! For those new to the game, this isn’t an early Halloween trick, Theo really is the real deal in terms of consistent fantasy football returns. Yes, we are talking about the same player that when deployed on the wing takes on the opposing defender with the same skilful efficiency as David Dunn performing a rabona - Poorly. Though, while he lacks panache in one on one situations he makes up for it with clever off the shoulder runs, one two passing (helping him evade those one on ones) and devilishly accurate finishing – Which in truth, still doesn’t quite get the praise it deserves. His fantasy football points return over the years is absolutely astounding. A strong adjective, but, fully justified.READ MORE
Bellerin (6.5) is the highest priced defender alongside rival Alderweireld (6.5) from the other half of North London. With a premium price tag comes great expectations and Bellerin looks ready to prove his worth after an impressive showing in Arsenal's last game at home to Chelsea. That saw the speedster full back leave the defensively lethargic Hazard for dead on more than one occasion and return attacking points as a result.READ MORE
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