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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 4.


Ruben Vinagre (Wolves)

Selecting a Wolves defender is crucial this week, with no team more likely to keep a Premier League clean sheet.

Despite conceding four at West Ham on Sunday, Nuno Santo’s side are to prevent Fulham from scoring at Molineux.

Vinagre is Wolves’ cheapest defender on Dream Team, so is the obvious pick.

Jamie Vardy (Leicester)

After scoring a hat-trick at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday, it is no surprise that Vardy is the most likely Premier League player to score this weekend.

The 33-year-old is to score against West Ham on Sunday.

As the eighth-most expensive forward on the game, he is clearly the value pick this week.

Danny Ings (Southampton)

Other than Vardy, Ings is more likely to score than any other Premier League forward.

The 28-year-old is to score his fourth goal of the season against West Brom on Sunday.

At just £4m, Ings is cheaper than 12 forwards who are less likely to return points.



Kyle Walker (Man City)

There are five teams more likely to keep a clean sheet than Man City – priced at – this weekend, so owning one of their defenders is not worthwhile.

As the most expensive of City’s defenders to feature so far this season, Walker in particular should be avoided.

He is also their least likely goalscorer at .

Marcus Rashford (Man Utd)

Despite scoring his first goal of the season at Brighton last weekend, Rashford doesn’t look the best bet for Game Week 4.

The Manchester United forward is out at to score against Tottenham on Sunday, a longer price than team-mates Bruno Fernandes and Anthony Martial.

Rashford is more expensive than Danny Ings, Timo Werner and several other more likely goalscorers this weekend.

Patrick Bamford (Leeds)

Bamford has started the season brilliantly, but our odds say that he is unlikely to continue it this weekend.

The 26-year-old is to get on the scoresheet against Manchester City, longer than the majority of starting strikers in the division.

Chris Wood of Burnley is as expensive as Bamford (£2.5m) and more likely to score, while Brighton’s Neal Maupay is cheaper (£2.2m) and the same price to find the net.

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