Posted by:Eric Njiru
The Premier League returns on Tuesday evening with three matches on the card as Liverpool head to Huddersfield and Arsenal play Swansea.
How’s your Fantasy Premier League (FPL) doing? A number of transfers have been made while the biggest of the week, Aubameyang to Arsenal, is close.
So who should you get this week and maybe for the next three weeks?
His performance for United in the win over Yeovil said it all, what to expect. He will definitely get life going at Old Trafford. With Morata not firing, consider him right now.
Talk of great talent, Mkhi is expected to get his Arsenal debut against Swansea on Tuesday. With Swansea beating Liverpool in their previous match, Arsene Wenger will be taking no chance and he’s going to field probably the strongest team. The race for top four just got tougher.
He has been directly involved in five goals, scoring three and assisting two, more than in any of his past five campaigns.
The statistics show how Monreal has offered more in attacking areas.
He has had a shot every 130.7 minutes and created a chance every 154.4 minutes this season.
His points-per-million value of 18.0 is only bettered among defenders by the Chelsea pair of Marcos Alonso(£7.3m), with 18.8, and Cesar Azpilicueta (£7.0m), with 18.1.
Remember him at Everton almost a year ago? Deulofeu just signed for Watford on loan until the end of the season.
Watford is looking to cement their place in the Premier League and his addition from Barcelona is a clear statement of their intention.
You can get him on and maybe bench him for now because they play Man City next, but from next game week, expect more.
Studge has signed for West Brom until the end of the season. You know what a fit Sturridge can do. Here, he will be given game time, what he wants; definitely, this will result in goals. You can consider him too.
Who do you captain?
For once, Harry Kane (£13.0m) has to take a back seat in the race for the Fantasy Premier League captaincy.
Instead, Mohamed Salah (£10.3m) and Sergio Aguero (£11.8m) are the top two candidates for the Gameweek 25 armband.
The Liverpool midfielder scored 14 points in a 2-1 victory over Leicester City.
The Egyptian is capable of a repeat performance at Huddersfield Town as he looks to return to the consistent form that has delivered a goal or assist in 12 of his last 14 Gameweek appearances.
Aguero goes into a home fixture with West Brom as the most-bought player ahead of Tuesday’s 18:45 GMT deadline.
Over 179,000 managers have signed him after a run of eight goals in seven appearances across all competitions in January.
Also at Man City, Raheem Sterling (£8.9m) and Kevin De Bruyne (£10.2m) boast strong home form, each producing double-digit points hauls on four occasions at the Etihad Stadium.
With Manchester United the visitors to Wembley Stadium, owners of the Tottenham Hotspur striker should look for an alternative.