Gameweek 10 : Fantasy Football Tips

Gameweek 10 : Fantasy Football Tips

After having a look at the upcoming fixtures this weekend, we have picked out three players who we believe offer great value for money and could earn your fantasy football team some crucial points, to help you get to the top of your own mini-leagues!

Wilfried Zaha

After missing the start of the season through injury, Zaha has proven to be a major miss for Crystal Palace who have lost eight out of nine Premier League games this season, scoring only two goals all season. With the club’s main striker Christian Benteke out injured for the foreseeable future, Palace will need somebody to step up to the plate and provide the team with some inspiration. In Zaha’s first game of the season he was instrumental in leading Palace to their first win of the campaign against champions Chelsea, scoring on his return to the team. With Palace facing struggling West Ham at the weekend,  this is a huge chance for Zaha to get on the scoresheet once again and lead Palace to victory. With only 3.8% of players selecting Zaha in their Fantasy Football sides, now is a great opportunity to transfer him in and capitalise on points!

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Richarlison

After an impressive start to his Watford career with three goals and four assists, the midfielder is starting to get some recognition. Priced at £6.3m, Richarlison offers tremendous value for money. The Brazilian has become a key player in Marco Silva’s first XI this season and as a result has seen his value increase. Watford are at home to Stoke on Saturday, who have been struggling lately losing four games out of their last five. Marco Silva will see this game as an opportunity to add to the club’s impressive start to the campaign and build on their current respectable 6th place position. With only 12.8% of players selecting Richarlison in their fantasy football sides, there is an opportunity to gain points that other players will be missing out on by transferring the Brazilian in this gameweek.

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Glenn Murray

After bagging a brace in the club’s last fixture away to West Ham, Glenn Murray is an outside-of-the-box type transfer this week on Fantasy Football. The striker has started the last two games for Brighton and after scoring twice in their last fixture, Murray will most likely get the nod to lead the line this coming weekend for the home game against Southampton. With a proven track record of scoring goals throughout his career, Murray is a cheap option for someone who has a knack of scoring goals. Priced at £5.7m, the striker is a bargain in comparison to other strikers in the Premier League. Brighton host Southampton on Sunday and will be looking to take all three points from the game, with Glenn Murray looking to continue his good form from last gameweek.