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Dream Team: 4 picks for Game Week 17 based on odds

10 Dec | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Dream Team: 4 picks for Game Week 17 based on odds

Based on our prices for goals, clean sheets and scorers, we reveal the best bets for your fantasy team this weekend.

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Each week, we will recommend players that you should select for your team based on our odds for goals, clean sheets and scorers.

These are the four players that you should consider selecting for Game Week 17.

Alisson (Liverpool) v Watford

Liverpool’s price to keep a clean sheet at home to Watford is just – the joint-shortest price in the division.

The Hornets have failed to score in three of their last four matches and are surely in for a tough time at Anfield.

Goalkeeper Alisson is a little on the pricy side at £3.8m, but he’s unlikely to let you down.

Caglar Soyuncu (Leicester) v Norwich

Leicester are just as likely as Liverpool to keep a clean sheet this weekend, also priced at .

The Foxes have achieved four shutouts in their last six league matches, conceding just two goals in that period.

Soyuncu is the joint-second highest-scoring defender in the game and, at £2.8m, is considerably cheaper than Trent Alexander-Arnold, who is also on 75 points.

Tammy Abraham (Chelsea) v Bournemouth

Other than Jamie Vardy (more on him later), Abraham is the most likely goalscorer in the Premier League this weekend according to our odds.

The 22-year-old is priced at to bag at least one when Chelsea host Bournemouth on Saturday.

Given that the Cherries are priced at to concede at least once, Abraham should get among the goals.

MUST HAVE: Jamie Vardy (Leicester) v Norwich

No surprises here.

Vardy is rated at just to score his 17th of the season and find the net for the ninth consecutive game.

He’s comfortably the shortest price in the league and, at £5.3m, is cheaper than most high-ticket strikers.