The last gameweek had an average score of 42 and left a lot of managers frustrated with low scores. As we head into gameweek 4, managers will have to replace Aguero, who has been banned for 3 games. Aguero’s departure means that managers will be left with a good amount of money for replacements.
Before starting with the player picks for
Aguero: 2 points
Ibrahimovic: 2 points
Negredo: 2 points
Barkley: 2 points
Hazard: 11 points
Redmond: 2 points
Mata: 2 points
Luke Shaw: 6 points
Walker: 1 points
Adam Smith: 2 points
Heaton: 3 points
David De Gea: 6 points
*Goal scorers in bold
Gameweek 4: Fixtures
Man Utd vs Man City
Bournemouth vs West Brom
Burnley vs Hull
Middlesbrough vs Crystal Palace
Stoke vs Spurs
West Ham vs Watford
Liverpool vs Leicester
Swansea vs Chelsea
Sergio Aguero’s 3-game ban means that a larger amount of money can be invested in your midfield and defence. This
Alvaro Negredo (6.9): The forward has risen the highest in the game till now which is great news for those who got hold of him at his original price. Negredo faces London club Crystal Palace who have been unable to keep a
Romelu Lukaku (9.0): The Belgian hasn’t been in form and scored his last goal for Everton in March against Chelsea. However, Everton has relatively easy fixtures coming up and this makes him a good pick for now.
Diego Costa (9.7): The Spanish forward has picked up points in all the three games he’s been a part of with two goals and an assist. Costa will face Swansea at the Liberty Stadium and could again get important points for his owners.
Eden Hazard (10.2): Azza is back in form and has given great returns to his owners till now. He will be a good choice for captaincy against a weak Swansea side.
Alexis Sanchez (11.0): The Chilean player comes at a premium price but has a tendency to explode and give lavish returns. Owners willing to shell out the large sum could well be in for a good haul of points.
Erik Lamela (7.1): The player is being offered a new deal and seems to be an integral part of the team under Pochettino. The Argentine is an important creative and goal-scoring outlet for the team, and with three easy fixtures in a row for Spurs, could be the comparatively cheap midfielder you’re looking for.
Ross Barkley (7.7): The Englishman will complete our midfielder quartet. Everton
Ashley Williams (5.0): Everton players have lauded Williams for adding much-needed solidity to their defensive game after playing two games and keeping a
Toby Alderweireld (6.5): Spurs have a good run of fixtures coming up, and the centre back can prove to be an amazing buy if managers are willing to invest in him. The defender also has a knack
César Azpilicueta (6.0): Swansea will have a difficult time breaking down the Chelsea defence. Over and above that, Azpilicueta can surprise owners by giving an odd assist. However, they should be aware that Chelsea will have a tough run of fixtures coming up and accordingly make choices.
Ben Foster (4.6): The goalkeeper has helped his team keep two
Kelechi Iheanacho (6.9): The Nigerian player will most probably lead the City forward line and will look towards making a strong impact in the three matches that he starts.
Roberto Pereyra (6.0): The former Juventus player scored the solitary goal for Watford against Arsenal last
Scott Dann (5.5): The Crystal Palace defender is extremely good in the air and could give you the much-needed goal from a defender.
Adrián (5.0): He may not be the cheapest option available but could be a brilliant pick considering he is only found in under 4% of all the teams.