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Fantasy Premier League GW 6: Best Picks

The Premier League continues to add more excitement after the UEFA Champions League started off with a bang. People are anxious over who to pick as the games become harder to predict.

Last updated: 20.09.2019
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The FPL returns following the start of the Champions League, leaving a lot of things to consider. 4 teams from England played in the UCL and their stamina is something that should be factored in. With players not getting much time to rest after the UCL and Europa League games, people have to be a little careful in choosing their players. Also keeping in mind, the results of last week especially the 3-2 defeat and the 2-2 draw with Manchester City and Arsenal respectively, the Premier League is getting more and more unpredictable. Without further ado, let’s take a look at some of the best potential picks for GW 6 of the FPL.


#1. Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang (Arsenal; FWD)


Despite Arsenal’s mixed performance so far, Aubameyang has directly contributed to goals in every match so far. As a result of that, he is one of the biggest points-getters in the Forward category. He is probably Arsenal’s most important players so he’s bound to play. Couple that with his scoring in the recent UEL match as well and there’s a lot of momentum he can utilize. A contribution is likely and at £ 11.0 million, he looks to be a great (albeit a tad expensive) buy.


#2. Todd Cantwell (Norwich; MID)

At first, it seemed that he just happened to have a good start and soon that would fade away. He certainly proved himself against all naysayers in his match against Manchester City where he scored 1 goal pulling off one of the biggest upsets in modern football. He has contributed in 3 matches so far and played 90 minutes in most matches. Given that Norwich is facing Burnley, players like him and Teemu Pukki could get on the scoresheet again.


#3. Jannik Vestergaard (Southampton; DEF)

Vestergaard is the top points-getter amongst the defenders and Southampton will be facing Bournemouth. He scored 25 points in his last 3 matches and the momentum is on the uptick. He’s bound to play 90 minutes and he’s only £5.2 m. There’s not much reason to not go for him.


#4. David Silva (Manchester City; MID)

David Silva has surprisingly played every single match so far and has scored 25 points. It is a big gamble considering how much Pep Guardiola loves to rotate and Silva is not exactly a player who is immune to that. That being said, Silva has been great in some matches, especially against the smaller teams like Bournemouth and Brighton. Manchester City will face bottom-placed Watford and considering he didn’t play in the UCL game against Shakhtar, it’s highly likely he will play and contribute. The fact he’s only £7.5 million is quite the bargain


#5. Erik Lamela (Tottenham Hotspur; MID)

He’s £6.1 million and he’s contributed a lot. Those are the two biggest factors and Lamela clearly has them covered. Tottenham’s upcoming match is against newcomers Sheffield United and while Sheffield is not exactly in the bottom place it’s hard to see a win for them against veterans like Tottenham. Lamela has contributed directly in 3 out of the 5 matches and will look to do so again in the coming match. He’s only £6.1 million and has amassed a massive 26 points. There’s no reason not to pick him. 


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