Lots of value around in the midfielder markets ahead of this weeks games as Neil Monnery looks at who he likes and who he is avoiding ahead of Gameweek 11...
Eight to like
Leroy Sané - £8.7m. Having started the season outside of Pep's starting XI, the German winger drifted from fantasy consideration. Since his return to the side though he's been extraordinary. In his past three games he's scored and grabbed an assist in each one. 20.3% of teams have selected him, I'm not surprised.
Pascal Gross - £5.8m. Swansea are up next for Brighton and everything they do attacking wise seems to go through their summer signing from Ingolstadt. Three assists in the past trio of games and he's become one of the very best fourth midfielder options around. Another good match-up this week.
Pascal Gross is currently trading at 4.40 to score anytime in Saturday's match on the Exchange
Richarlison - £6.4m. Only two Premier League players (Harry Kane and Romelu Lukaku) have had more shots than the Brazilian this season (35). On Sunday they travel to Everton who look about as ordinary as any team in top flight. I'd expect him to have a few more attempts on goal and potentially add to his goal tally.
Ben Chilwell - £4.3m. I've always heard the hype around Leicester's left back but he's struggled to break into the starting XI on a consistent basis. Seeing his name on Claude Puel's first team sheet gives me hope that he's potentially an extremely cheap and valuable defender option. Stoke away on Saturday.
Demarai Gray - £5.3m. Doubling up on Foxes likes here but again along comes a new manager and things start to get shaken up a bit. Gray's potential has been clear for all to see for a while and if he gets that run in the side, at £5.3m he's fantasy gold.
Demarai Gray is currently trading at 4.40 to score in Saturday's match on the Exchange
Rob Elliott - £4.2m. If you want to spend as little as possible on a goalkeeper then look no further than on Tyneside. Despite only keeping three clean sheets so far, he has been selected by over a quarter of teams. Bournemouth at home on Saturday and that is as good a bet to keep a clean sheet outside of Spurs this weekend.
No in the Both Teams to Score market is currently trading at 1.92 in Saturday's match on the Exchange
Huddersfield Defenders - Various. One of those 'look at the schedule' picks as the Terriers entertain West Brom and travel to Bournemouth in the next two games. Neither team exactly scares you from an attacking perspective. With plenty of fantasy options from £4.3m-£4.6m, all of them are potential pickups should you need to make short-term changes at the back.
Fernandinho - £5.1m. With two goals and an assist in his last three, surprisingly Fernandinho has become more than a fantasy afterthought. With Manchester City looking so incredible going forward, any time you can get a midfielder from them at such a low price you have to at least consider it. 5.2% of teams have currently selected the Brazilian.
Two to avoid
Arsenal Defenders - Various. Arsene Wenger's men have quietly been righting the ship but on Sunday they go away from home to face the most potent attacking team that we've seen in a while. This is the type of game when the house of cards falls apart and Arsenal get blown out of the water. Avoid. Avoid. Avoid.
Shinji Okazaki - £5.4m. The Japanese striker is surprisingly the 13th most picked attacker in fantasy at the moment. The new manager didn't start him against Everton last week as he seems to prefer a 4-4-1-1 formation. This means Jamie Vardy's long time strike partner is set to be only a substitute for the forseeable future. Time to look elsewhere.
How can you not look at Spurs' players having just played Real Madrid off the park? They face Crystal Palace on Sunday and if they score early, it could get extremely ugly for Roy Hodgson's men. Kane, Alli and Eriksen are all viable plays. Also any Manchester City attacker or midfielder against Arsenal looks good. I'd avoid Chelsea and Manchester United this week. If you want to take an absolute punt then Jamie Vardy looks set for a good run.
Any Other Home Win is currently trading at 3.25 in the Man City v Arsenal match on the Exchange