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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 6.


Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool)

Liverpool are by far the most likely Premier League team to keep a clean sheet this weekend.

Jurgen Klopp’s side are to prevent Sheffield United from scoring at Anfield on Saturday evening.

At , Alexander-Arnold is also the most likely defender to score in the division, so is a must-pick for points at both ends of the pitch.

Mo Salah (Liverpool)

In the same game, Salah is deemed more likely to score than any other Premier League player.

The Egyptian is priced at to hit the net against the Blades, after doing so six times in the league already this season.

He is cheaper than Harry Kane and Raheem Sterling on Dream Team, so certainly justifies his price.

Neal Maupay (Brighton)

If you’re looking for a cheaper choice, Maupay looks like a cracking pick.

The Frenchman is to score against Newcastle, only less likely than some of the league’s elite forwards.

He is cheaper than alternatives like Patrick Bamford and Callum Wilson, both of whom are much less likely to score.



Ben Chilwell (Chelsea)

Chelsea aren’t at all likely to keep a clean sheet at Manchester United on Sunday, priced at to do so.

As the Blues’ most expensive available defender, Chilwell is particularly worth avoiding.

He is to score at Old Trafford  – no more likely than Reece James or Kurt Zouma.

Patrick Bamford (Leeds)

Bamford’s fine start to the season in front of goal has dried up, and our traders don’t expect things to improve for him this weekend.

The striker is to score at Aston Villa on Friday, with Ollie Watkins – who will line up for the opposition – much more likely to do some damage.

Strikers such as Maupay and Michy Batshuayi are cheaper and also more likely to score this weekend.

Marcus Rashford (Man Utd)

Despite his heroics in Paris on Tuesday, Rashford is not considered a likely goalscorer against Chelsea.

The 22-year-old is to net in that match, a longer price than Edinson Cavani, Bruno Fernandes and Odion Ighalo.

He certainly doesn’t offer value as the 12th-most expensive forward on the game this weekend.

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