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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 three players that you should ignore and three players that you should select for Game Week 5.
Enda Stevens (Sheffield United)
Sheffield United are more likely than any other team to keep a clean sheet in the Premier League this weekend.
Fulham have only scored in one of their four games so far this season, and the Blades are to prevent them from netting at Bramall Lane.
At , Stevens is the most likely of their defenders to score, so he is the one to pick for points at both ends.
Jamie Vardy (Leicester)
Despite Leicester losing 3-0 to West Ham last time out, Vardy is still rated as the most likely goalscorer in the Premier League this weekend.
The striker is to net against Aston Villa on Sunday.
He is cheaper than seven other forwards on Dream Team so justifies selection.
Sergio Aguero (Man City)
If Aguero starts this game, he is likely to score.
The Argentine is to find the net against Arsenal, shorter than all Premier League players bar Vardy.
He is cheaper than team-mate Raheem Sterling as well as Liverpool duo Mo Salah and Sadio Mane, so he looks an obvious pick.
Andrew Robertson (Liverpool)
Several teams are more likely to keep a clean sheet than Liverpool this weekend, including Sheffield United and both teams in Crystal Palace v Brighton.
Jurgen Klopp’s side are to prevent Everton from scoring at Goodison Park, not particularly likely.
Robertson is the least likely to score of all their defenders, so he is the one to remove from your team this week.
Sadio Mane Liverpool)
At odds-against to score, Mane doesn’t justify his status as the joint-third-most expensive forward on the game.
The Senegalese forward is to find the net, much longer than team-mate Mo Salah, who costs the same on Dream Team.
A number of other cheaper forwards are also more likely to score this weekend, two of whom were mentioned above.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Arsenal)
Despite Jamie Vardy’s heroics in September, the Etihad is still considered a difficult place to go for opposition strikers by our traders.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is to score against Man City on Saturday, longer than several players around the division and in the opposition.
As the sixth-most expensive forward on the game, Aubameyang does not demand selection this week.
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