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 9.
Kasper Schmeichel (Leicester) v Burnley
According to our odds, only Chelsea are likelier to keep a clean sheet than Leicester this weekend.
The Foxes are available at to prevent Burnley from scoring, which gives Schmeichel a good chance of earning points.
That is also reflected in Burnley’s price of to score – only shorter than Newcastle’s to net at Stamford Bridge.
Marcos Alonso (Chelsea) v Newcastle
Chelsea are available at to keep a clean sheet against Newcastle on Saturday, the shortest price in the Premier League.
Injury to Emerson Palmeri means that Alonso has Chelsea’s left-back position locked down.
At , the Spaniard is the likeliest of Frank Lampard’s defenders to score on Saturday, so he is the one to plump for.
Tammy Abraham (Chelsea) v Newcastle
It is tough to ignore Abraham (£2.4m) while he remains the 25th-most expensive striker on the game.
The striker has scored more points than any other forward this season, with his odds of to score this weekend only longer than Harry Kane’s.
Newcastle are out at to keep a clean sheet at Stamford Bridge. Only Crystal Palace (v Man City) are deemed less likely to achieve a shut-out.
MUST HAVE: Harry Kane (Tottenham) v Watford
Kane is comfortably the likeliest player to hit the net in the Premier League this weekend, priced at to do so against Watford.
The England captain (£7m) is cheaper than Sergio Aguero and Mohamed Salah, so provides value for money, too.
The Hornet’s price of to keep a clean sheet reflects the fact that they are unlikely to keep Tottenham’s attack quiet.
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