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Dream Team: 4 players to pick for Game Week 5 based on odds

10 Sep | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Dream Team: 4 players to pick for Game Week 5 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 5.

Virgil van Dijk (Liverpool) v Newcastle

Newcastle are the only Premier League team that are odds-against to score this weekend, with a price of {ODDS:461380155:6/5} suggesting they are unlikely to hit the net.

That is reason enough to pick Van Dijk, but the likelihood of his earning extra points at the other end only increases the temptation.

The Dutchman is just {ODDS:468263227:9/2} to score on Saturday, shorter than any other defender in the division.

Raheem Sterling (Manchester City) v Norwich

Sterling is a solid pick every week, but it’s not too late to get him in if you haven’t already.

The 24-year-old is priced at {ODDS:468268257:8/13} to hit the net this weekend, shorter than any other midfielder in the Premier League.

With Norwich available at {ODDS:461377930:10/1} to keep a clean sheet – the longest price in the division – a Sterling goal is likely.

Neal Maupay (Brighton) v Burnley

Other than those that represent the Big Six, Maupay is the likeliest Premier League striker to score this weekend.

The Frenchman is available at {ODDS:468264798:13/10} to hit the net against Burnley, who are out at {ODDS:461381206:13/5} to keep a clean sheet.

Maupay (£1.9m) is cheaper than first-choice forwards such as Danny Ings, Joelinton and Andre Gray, so is perfectly affordable.

MUST HAVE: Adrian (Liverpool) v Newcastle

Considering the budget you can save, selecting Adrian this weekend is one of the easiest moves you will make all season.

The Spaniard remains the cheapest of all 20 first-team Premier League goalkeepers, despite the fact that his side are the likeliest to keep a clean sheet this weekend.

Jurgen Klopp’s team are available at {ODDS:461380156:3/5} to prevent Newcastle from scoring, with Tottenham {ODDS:461380674:19/20} the next most-likely team to achieve a shut-out.

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