Fantasy Premier League Gameweek 7 kicks off on Saturday the 28th of September at 12:30 pm UK time when Sheffield United play host to Liverpool.
Gameweek 7 will end on Monday the 30th of September, with Arsenal traveling to Manchester United
So, all of your transfers for GW7 need to be done by 11:30 am UK time on Saturday.
But if you are struggling to choose who to sign and who to sell this week, here are some tips.
Three in including Chelsea midfielder
Mason Mount (6.5)
While Chelsea are struggling at the back this season, their attacking threat is as deadly as ever.
One of Chelsea’s top players going forward this campaign has been Mason Mount.
Despite his lack of Premier League experience, Mount has been a threat for Chelsea in every game this season, scoring three in six PL appearances.
Chelsea are now set to host Brighton in game week seven.
Brighton kicked off their 2019/20 season with a comfortable 3-0 win over Brighton.
But Graham Potter’s side have since failed to win any of their following five league outings.
So, given how solid Chelsea have been going forward under Frank Lampard, it is hard to see them not putting a few past Brighton.
Mount is also a great budget option at just 6.5.
Kevin De Bruyne (9.9)
Six game weeks into the new campaign it is hard to argue Kevin De Bruyne has not been the player of the season so far.
The Belgian has been in simply sublime form, which continued this past weekend as Manchester City put eight past Watford with KDB scoring one and assisting two in that tie.
De Bruyne has now scored two and assisted seven in six PL appearances this season.
De Bruyne is also currently the top midfielder on FPL with a staggering 54 points.
Man City are away to Everton this weekend and given the Toffees have not been the best at the back so far this season, KDB could once again be amongst the goals.
De Bruyne was also completely omitted from City’s midweek win over Preston in the League Cup so him starting vs Everton should be no problem.
John McGinn (5.6)
Aston Villa have not had the easiest start to life back in the Premier League.
They are currently 18th in the league with just one win from six.
However, despite Villa’s poor form, John McGinn looks a real solid budget midfielder option this season.
He is often one of Villa’s biggest threats in a game and has already scored two and assisted one in the league this season.
Villa also have a fairly kind fixture in GW7, hosting Burnley.
Three out including Man City defender
Oleksandr Zinchenko (5.5)
At the start of the 2019/20 season, Oleksandr Zinchenko was Manchester City’s main left-back.
He would start all five of City’s opening PL games.
And at just 5.5, he looked a solid option on FPL, considering he was a Man City player.
However, Benjamin Mendy has now returned for Man City and that looks to have put Zinchenko’s place in doubt.
Zinchenko was fully omitted from City’s matchday squad that recently beat Watford 8-0.
So, if he is going to have to fight for a place vs Mendy, you may be better served selling Zinchenko and signing someone like Nicolas Otamendi who is pretty much guaranteed to start for City given their centre-back problems.
Emerson would start the season as Chelsea’s main left-back, playing their opening four league outings.
However, the defender was recently injured vs Liverpool and it has been reported he could be out for at least a month.
This should be enough to make you want to sell Emerson anyway.
But given Chelsea are yet to keep a clean sheet under Frank Lampard, it would be wise to not resign Emerson when he is back fit, or replace him with another Chelsea defender.
Gylfi Sigurdsson (7.7)
The final player you may wish to consider selling is Gylfi Sigurdsson.
For the past few seasons, Sigurdsson has proved to be a useful midfield option on FPL.
And when he started the season at 8.0, he looked as though he could be another decent pick this campaign.
However, Sigurdsson has had a rather average start to the season, registering just one assist and zero goals in six PL outings.
Everton must also face Manchester City this game week.
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