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Dream Team: 4 picks for Game Week 28 based on Betway’s odds

03 Mar | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Dream Team: 4 picks for Game Week 28 based on Betway’s odds

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

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.

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 28.

Matt Doherty (Wolves) v Brighton

Only Liverpool are more likely to keep a clean sheet than Wolves this weekend.

Nuno Santo’s side have only conceded to Tottenham in their last four Premier League games and are {ODDS:541019370:11/10} to keep out Brighton.

At {ODDS:545092622:3/1}, no defender is more likely to score than Doherty in game week 28, so he is an obvious pick.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Arsenal) v West Ham

No Premier League player is more likely to score than Aubameyang this weekend.

The 31-year-old is {ODDS:545091535:11/20} to net against West Ham, having done so in four of Arsenal’s last five home games.

As the eighth-most expensive striker on the game (£4.7m), he is well worth picking up.

Danny Ings (Southampton) v Newcastle

After Aubameyang, Ings is the most likely striker to hit the net.

The Premier League’s fourth-highest goalscorer is {ODDS:545131343:8/13} to score against Newcastle at St Mary’s on Saturday.

He is still affordable, too, priced as the 13th-most expensive striker at £4m.

MUST HAVE: Virgil van Dijk (Liverpool) v Bournemouth

As usual, Liverpool are by far the most likely team to keep a clean sheet at the weekend.

Despite conceding three goals at Watford last weekend, Jurgen Klopp’s side are {ODDS:541017513:4/5} to prevent Bournemouth scoring at Anfield on Saturday.

At {ODDS:545039358:7/2}, Van Dijk is the second-most likely defender to score in the league, so he can register points at both ends of the pitch.

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