English Premier League Fantasy Talk Gameweek 7
(F) – Harry Kane – 26.5 points
(F) – Alexis Sanchez – 28.5 points
(F) – Marcus Rashford – 28 points
(F) – Richarlison – 26.5 points
(M) – Marouane Fellaini – 29.5 points
(M) – Philippe Coutinho – 22 points
(M) – Alex Iwobi – 23 points
(M) – Kevin De Bruyne – 27 points
(D) – Kieran Trippier – 31 points
(D) – Stephen Ward – 26.25 points
(D) – Ben Davies – 33.75 points
(G) – Nick Pope – 24.75 points
Both Harry Kane and Richarlison had 26.5 points this weekend making them the tied for third best forwards of the gameweek so I put them both in here. Richarlison with a goal and assist this weekend as Watford tied West Brom two to two.
Harry Kane has been on a hot streak. Another huge week for Kane making him a top forward of the gameweek. Kane had two goals for Tottenham as they beat Huddersfield Town four to nil.
Marcus Rashford has been playing excellent for Manchester United. With two assists this week and another big win for Manchester United.
Alexis Sanchez had an assist for Arsenal and three shots on goal. Assisting Alex Iwobi who played in his third game of the season for Arsenal. Both adding to Arsenal’s two nil win over Brighton.
Two big weeks in a row for Philippe Coutinho. Putting in his second goal of the season for Liverpool but Liverpool still couldn’t come away with the three points as they tied Newcastle one to one.
Kevin De Bruyne and Manchester City had a big game this weekend as they played Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. De Bruyne had the only goal of the game.
Marouane Fellaini making the leaderboard this weekend. Fellaini scored two goals for Manchester United making his goal total so far three for this season. He’s had more goals this season so far than his previous two seasons.
Kieran Trippier started off slow for Tottenham this season but had a huge game against Huddersfield with two assists. Ben Davies was another big outside defensive winger for the Spurs. Scoring one and assisting another. Tottenham’s defensive wingers are very threatening on attack.
Stephen Ward’s second gameweek in a row as a top defender. Helping Burnley keep a clean sheet and beat Everton with his assist to Hendrick.
Nick Pope had a big game for Burnley with four saves stopping Everton from scoring anything to get the clean sheet.