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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 3.


Kurt Zouma (Chelsea)

No team is more likely to keep a Premier League clean sheet than Chelsea this weekend.

The Blues are to prevent West Brom from scoring, the only team priced at evens or shorter to do so.

Priced at just £2.2m on Dream Team, selecting Zouma looks an easy way of banking those clean sheet points.

Timo Werner (Chelsea)

It is worth doubling up on Chelsea for what looks like an attractive fixture.

Despite having not yet scored for the Blues, no Premier League striker is more likely to hit the net than Werner this weekend.

The German is to score and cheaper than 13 other Premier League forwards on Dream Team, so he is certainly a value pick this weekend.

Harry Kane (Tottenham)

Kane is the other most likely scorer in Game Week 3.

The Tottenham striker is to back up his goal at Southampton on Sunday with another, having also scored against Newcastle at St James’ Park in July.

The England captain is only the sixth-most expensive forward on the game, so he is an obvious pick.



Gabriel (Arsenal)

It is worth removing Gabriel from your team ahead of a tricky run of fixtures for Arsenal.

The majority of defenders who are more expensive than Gabriel (£3.3m) play for Manchester City and Liverpool, both of whom are more likely to keep clean sheets this week.

The Brazilian is out at to keep a clean sheet at Liverpool, and is to score.

Marcus Rashford (Manchester United)

After a quiet start to the season against Crystal Palace on Saturday, Rashford - to score - is not worth his price tag this week.

The 22-year-old is valued at £4.5m on Dream Team, the same price as Gabriel Jesus, who is more likely to score for Manchester City.

Danny Ings and Timo Werner are cheaper than Rashford, and are more likely to return points.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin (Everton)

Despite scoring a hat-trick against West Brom last weekend, Calvert-Lewin isn’t worth including in your team for Game Week 3.

The Everton forward is to score against Crystal Palace on Saturday, meaning he is much less likely to score than not.

Aleksandar Mitrovic and Chris Wood are cheaper alternatives who are more likely to find the net.

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