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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 7.


Marcal (Wolves)

Wolves are more likely to keep a clean sheet than any Premier League team this weekend.

Nuno Santo’s side are to keep a clean sheet against Crystal Palace on Friday night, so selecting one of their defenders is crucial.

Marcal, the cheapest of them, should return to the team at left-wing back so looks the best pick.

Mohamed Salah (Liverpool)

No Premier League player is more likely to score than Salah this weekend.

The Egyptian is to net against West Ham, despite failing to do so against Sheffield United last Saturday.

As the fourth-most expensive striker on the game, he is clearly worth owning.

Aleksandar Mitrovic (Fulham)

Despite a quiet start to the season, Mitrovic is a likely goalscorer against West Brom.

The Serbian is to score against West Brom, with only elite forwards like Salah and Harry Kane much more likely to do so.

There are 27 forwards who are more expensive in the game, so Mitrovic holds great value here.



Andrew Robertson (Liverpool)

Liverpool are still quite likely to keep a clean sheet this weekend, but not so likely that it is worth owning such a valuable defender as Robertson.

Jurgen Klopp’s side are to prevent West Ham from scoring at Anfield, less likely than Wolves, Man City and Tottenham to keep a clean sheet.

At , Robertson offers less of a goal threat than Trent Alexander-Arnold, so he is the one to lose.

Allan Saint-Maximin (Newcastle)

Classified as a striker on Dream Team, Saint-Maximin doesn’t look like he is worth persevering with.

The forward has only scored one goal this season and is priced at to net against Everton on Sunday.

He is more expensive than Mitrovic and Neal Maupay, who are more likely to score.

Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace)

Despite his impressive form, the odds say that Zaha is worth removing from your team this week.

The Palace forward is to score against Wolves on Friday, meaning a goal is not likely.

Ferran Torres and Ademola Lookman are cheaper midfielders with a better chance of scoring.

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