The 2018-19 season of the Premier League is set to move into Gameweek 2 and this weekend will see one high-profile clash on Saturday when Chelsea take on Arsenal at Stamford Bridge.
Apart from this fixture all the rest of the top six clubs have relatively easy games.
And before the week starts, you should take note of these following five players for your Fantasy Premier League league table:
1. Benjamin Mendy(Man City):
Mendy has a wonderful start to the new season after spending most of the previous season on the sidelines. Mendy had two assists against Arsenal last Sunday and he is the most prized defender this week at £6.1 million. He should be in the starting eleven without a shadow of a doubt.
2. Dele Alli(Spurs):
Dele Alli has 37 goals and 36 assists in his first three Premier League seasons and the English International has gotten off to a wonderful start during the 2018-19 season. Priced at £9 million.
3. Luke Shaw(Man United):
Shaw scored his first goal for Manchester United during their 2-1 win vs Leicester City last weekend. And with a fine performance under his belt, Shaw will once again start for the Red Devils when they take on Brighton this Sunday away from home. Priced at £5.1 million he is one of the bargain-buys in Gameweek 2.
4. Mo Salah(Liverpool):
How can’t Mo Salah not be on a Fantasy Premier League team?
The Egyptian picked up right where he left off last season and at £13 million he is the most expensive midfielder in the Fantasy Premier League. But then one would risk not keeping him on their team.
5. Sergio Aguero(Man City):
The Argentine costs £11 million in the Fantasy Premier League and he is an absolute no-brainer for Gameweek 2. We would have gone with Harry Kane for the forward role but the English International’s August voodoo prevented us from putting our bets on him.
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