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Dream Team: 3 players to buy and sell in the long term 13 11 19

13 Nov | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Dream Team: 3 players to buy and sell in the long term 13 11 19

There is no Premier League football to prepare for this weekend, but these are the players that you should consider buying and selling over the next few weeks.

Betway are delighted to be partnering with Dream Team for the 2019/20 season.

As part of our partnership, we have created a mini-league, with prizes on offer for the top managers each month and the overall winner.

To enter the league, simply sign-up and join the league with the PIN: SGINSIDE.

This season, we have been recommending players that you should select for your team based on our odds for goals, clean sheets and scorers.

With no Premier League football to prepare for this weekend, these are the players that you should consider owning and selling in the long term.


Caglar Soyuncu (Leicester)

Soyuncu is the cheapest of Leicester’s first-choice back four, but has scored the second-most points.

The Foxes have kept clean sheets in their last three games, and are likely to achieve more with their next five matches all coming against bottom-half teams.

With Soyuncu also becoming more of a goal threat, he looks a solid long-term investment.

Neal Maupay (Brighton)

Maupay is the 28th-most expensive striker on the game, but only a few of his rivals are considered as likely to consistently score.

The Frenchman is regularly priced up at around evens or shorter to net at home to non-Big Six teams, and he has justified that by bagging in three of his last four at the Amex.

Leicester, Wolves, Sheffield United and Bournemouth are next up on the south coast, so he is well worth getting in at just £2.4m.

Tammy Abraham (Chelsea)

Abraham is now being priced at odds-on to score in the majority of Premier League matches.

So, with West Ham, Aston Villa, Everton and Bournemouth to come in the next five, there’s a big chance of huge returns in the build-up to Christmas. 

Most strikingly, Abraham is the 22nd-most expensive striker on the game, cheaper than team-mate Pedro and other strikers like Troy Deeney and Wesley.


Lucas Digne (Everton)

Everton have only kept one clean sheet in their last 10 league matches, with Digne only delivering a points return of six or better in three league games all season.

And, with fixtures against Leicester, Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal to come in the next six, things are unlikely to improve.

Considering the Frenchman is the most-expensive defender that doesn’t belong to Man City or Liverpool, there’s no value in having him in your squad.

Nicolas Pepe (Arsenal)

Arsenal are in the middle of a nice run of fixtures, but Pepe is not being given an opportunity to take advantage.

The Frenchman has not started either of his side’s last two league games, which is hardly surprising considering he has one assist and one goal (a penalty) in the league this season.

He is the 10th-most expensive midfielder on the game, so the 19.2 per cent of players owning him must be getting twitchy.

Sergio Aguero (Man City)

Aguero is still priced at odds-on to score in virtually every game, but is spending increasingly fewer minutes on the pitch.

The Argentine has only completed 90 minutes in two of City’s last seven games, scoring five goals in his last nine overall.

He is the most expensive player on the game, but can’t be relied upon to make the £7.6m outlay worthwhile.

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