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
Finally, Hazard (10.4) is demonstrating that he is back to his devastating best this season, after a very indifferent time last year. In both the 13/14 and 14/15 seasons he managed to score 14 goals and 10 assists, offering his manager’s two 200+ point seasons. After managing a measly five goals in the 15/16 season, a tally equalled by left-back Van Aanholt (5.0), he has made up for lost time this year by taking his tally to eight goals with a fine solo effort against Manchester City in gameweek 14. The Belgian is now delivering an attacking return every 1.27 games, an improvement upon those profitable seasons referenced above. In the last six gameweeks the dynamite dribbler has returned five goals and two assists, whilst producing nine shots on target and 15 attempted assists.READ MORE
Kane (10.9) has taken little time to reassert himself as one of the most desirable strikers in the fantasy football world after a lengthy injury lay-off. It was only four gameweeks ago that he recovered from a Malleola complaint and in that time he has featured as our Fix headline player on two occasions - Following this inclusion. Thats more headline appearance than any other player, having played almost half the time many others have. Testament then to Kane's clinical nature and explosiveness that pits him with the very best double digit points scorers, Aguëro (13.1) and Sánchez (11.3) to name but two.READ MORE
Gameweek 13's headline player Mané (9.0) has this week been shortlisted for Africa's player of the year. An award dominated by Yaya Toure (7.6) in recent years. The recognition is nothing less than the Senegalese man deserves, having contributed to an enormous 97 goals (including assists) in his last 141 league appearances. More importantly, he has managed to contribute to 40 in 78 Premier League games at a better rate than one in two.READ MORE
If Kane (10.7) doesn't pick up any trophies or personal honours this season, at least he can remember 16/17 for being the first (and probably the last) Fix headline player that is also our “differential” pick in the same week. Yes, surprisingly, Kane is currently owned by just 5.6% as we approach gameweek 11's deadline. After a seven week injury lay off Kane took little time to climb back aboard the goalscorer's bus. His penalty in gameweek 11's north London derby was enough to ensure that Spurs remain unbeaten in the Premier League and earned him two additional bonus points.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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