Three in

Alex Telles (Man Utd)

Manchester United are the only team available at odds-on to keep a clean sheet this weekend.

Ole Gunnar Solksjaer’s side are to prevent West Brom from scoring at Old Trafford, shorter than all of their rivals.

With Luke Shaw injured, Telles looks set for a run in the team, and is to score against West Brom.

Timo Werner (Chelsea)

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

The German is for a goal at Newcastle on Saturday, having netted in his last four Chelsea outings.

There are eight forwards more expensive on Dream Team, so he is clearly a value pick.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin (Everton)

Calvert-Lewin is only slightly longer than Werner for a goal this weekend.

The Everton man is to net against Fulham, despite failing to do so in two of his last three games for the Toffees.

He is the 16th-most expensive striker on the game, so represents great value.


Three out

Sergio Reguilon (Tottenham)

This is not the week to own Tottenham defenders.

Jose Mourinho’s side are out at to keep a clean sheet when Man City visit, having failed to keep one at home in the league all season.

Reguilon is Spurs’ most expensive defender, so is least worth having.

Tyrone Mings (Aston Villa)

Aston Villa have generally been tight defensively, but aren’t particularly likely to keep a clean sheet against Brighton on Saturday.

Dean Smith’s side are to keep Brighton out at Villa Park on Saturday.

As their most expensive defender, you should particularly be looking to remove Mings.

Son Heung-min (Tottenham)

Despite enjoying a fantastic start to the season, our traders don’t rate Son as a likely goalscorer against Man City.

The forward is out at to net against Pep Guardiola’s side.

Players such as Neal Maupay and Ollie Watkins, both much cheaper, are more likely to find the net this weekend.

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