Eight to like
Marko Arnautovic - £6.9m. A return from injury for the Austrian striker to lead the line against a teetering Manchester United side and manager is not ideal for Jose Mourinho. It is however excellent for the fantasy manager. With three goals in his first five starts, the rejuvenated former mercurial midfielder is loving life up front. He's fast becoming a week in, week out asset in this game.
Marko Arnautovic is available at 2/1 to score anytime in West Ham United v Manchester United (Sportsbook)
André Schürrle - £5.9m. I was reading Alex Keble's Premier League Tactical Preview and noticed an interesting section about Everton's full-backs. With the likes of Vietto and Schürrle staying high, they'll find gaps to exploit this weakness in the Toffees back line. This could lead to tidy value fantasy wise.
Joe Hart - £4.5m. Two clean sheets in his past three and next up are struggling Cardiff City. With only three goals scored in their first six games since their return to the Premier League, Neil Warnock can't be pleased. This is as underwhelming of a Super Sunday fixture as you can get but plenty of potential points for Burnley's keeper and defenders.
Matt Doherty - £4.4m. There is nothing better than watching a player to determine their fantasy value. I bring this up as when Wolves played Burnley on the telly a few weeks back, it was the first time I'd watched Doherty. I came away mightily impressed. The Irish international constantly overlapped and found himself in attacking positions. Southampton at home is a clean sheet opportunity and he looks like a player who'll provide a handful of dangerous balls into the box.
James Maddison - £6.8m. Three goals and an assist through six games is more than a viable return for a cheap fourth midfielder. In their opener against Manchester United, Maddison immediately looked at home in the top flight. Since that game he's only gotten better. Newcastle away is next up and I wouldn't bet against him scoring in his third straight.
James Maddison is available at 5/2 to score anytime in Newcastle United v Leicester City (Sportsbook)
Fabian Delph - £5.3m. The foot injury to Benjamin Mendy has opened up that left-back spot at the Etihad, which has gifted fantasy enthusiasts the chance to get a Manchester City defender under-priced. Fabian Delph has played both games since and racked up a pair of clean sheets. Brighton travel to the north west this Saturday and that isn't daunting.
Danny Rose - £5.9m. Only 1% of teams have selected the England international but it is time to look much closer at the 28 year-old. Last season didn't go well following his return from a knee injury but it looks like he's the preferred choice at the position right now with Ben Davies out of form. Always tough to pick to a Spurs full-back knowing how much they rotate but Huddersfield away is a nice place to have a Tottenham defender or goalkeeper.
Aaron Ramsey - £7.4m. Just like London buses, you wait for an Aaron Ramsey assist all season long and two come along in the space of a couple of minutes. It was encouraging to see the Welshman finally do something fantasy wise and I feel that they'll be more to come in the coming weeks. He only appears in 1.4% of squads so a good chance to get ahead of the curve.
Two to avoid
Alexis Sánchez - £10.1m. Two assists and no goals through six games. Has any player since Fernando Torres after his move to Chelsea seen their fantasy stock plummet as rapidly as the Chilean's has over the past 18 months? Why anyone has him in their team is beyond me.
If you think I'm wrong, Alexis Sánchez is available at 6/4 to score anytime in West Ham United v Manchester United (Sportsbook)
Paul Pogba - £8.7m. Doubling down on the Manchester United stars this week as all the smoke around Old Trafford concerns me. Being away from Old Trafford does help but an early kick-off at a ground where the fans will be chomping at the bit isn't exactly ideal. I'm not saying Jose's side lose but I am not backing Sanchez or Pogba to play well.
Liverpool v Chelsea has goals written all over it. The likes of Hazard, Salah and Mané should be high on anyone's radar. Sergio Aguero should also be in the thick of the action at home to Brighton. Harry Kane has got to get hot sooner rather than later and where better than the John Smith's Stadium?
Over 3.5 goals is available at 7/4 in Chelsea v Liverpool (Sportsbook)
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*Remember the deadline to submit your teams for GW7 is 11:30 on Saturday.