fantasy talk weekly recap gamewek 3 2017 18 season

If you still have any West Ham defenders or Joe Hart starting on your fantasy team it is probably safe to say you should bench them at this point. Three games, three losses, and zero clean sheets.

Hopefully you got to see Liverpool beating up Arsenal four to nil but in case you missed the game. It went something like this.



(G) – Fraser Forster – 20 points



(D) – Chancel Mbemba – 22.25 points

(D) – Ciaran Clark – 31.25 points

(D) – Kyle Naughton – 25 points



(M) – Cesc Fabregas – 26.5 points

(M) – Matt Ritchie – 16.50 points

(M) – Xherdan Shaqiri – 18 points

(M) – Dele Alli – points – 19.5 points



(F) – Alvaro Morata – 22 points

(F) – Mohamed Salah – 32.5 points

(F) – Roberto Firmino – 23 points


Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah had a big weekend. Firmino had one goal and one assist. Salah had five shots on target, one goal, and one assist. Both helping Liverpool wrack in four goals against Arsenal.

Alvaro Morata has been good for Chelsea in place of Diego Costa. Scoring one goal and having one assist as they beat Everton. Cesc Fabregas scored the other goal for Chelsea.

Dele Alli scored the only goal for Tottenham who gave up a late goal to Burnley in the 92nd minute drawing one to one.

Xherdan Shaqiri coming off a hamstring injury form last game scored a goal this weekend for Stoke City who ended up tying West Brom.

Newcastle getting their first win of the season and bagging in three goals. Matt Ritchie scored one of them and had one shot on target. Ciaran Clark helped Newcastle get a clean sheet and bagged his first goal of the season. Chancel Mbemba was another solid player for Newcastle this weekend as he pressed hard on attack and had some key crosses.

Kyle Naughton helped Swansea win their first game of the season. He was able to press more on attack with Swansea’s formation of 3-5-2. Naughton took advantage of this and got his first assist of the season.

Southampton’s Fraser Forster was the goalie of the week. Helping Southampton get a clean sheet and come away with the one point. Forster had six great saves.

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