Fantasy Premier League Tips Week 8
The International break is over! And welcome to our World Cup Heroes edition of FC EPL, where we give you the best Fantasy Premier League tips. Here are 3 International break studs that you need to have on your Premier league roster.
Mohamed Salah (Egypt)
There probably wasn’t a happier man on the planet this last Sunday than Mohamed Salah, whose two goals against Congo sent Egypt directly to the World Cup for the first time since 1990 making him a national treasure. Salah isn’t just a confident footballer right now, he’s got the conviction of the great pharaoh Khufu.
They’ll need to construct a new version of the Great Pyramid of Giza outside Anfield after the winger deconstructs Manchester United Saturday morning.
Harry Kane (England)
In Harry Kane’s last 10 matches for club and country, he’s scored 15 goals and added two assists. At this exact moment in time, he’s arguably the finest footballer on the planet. That’s not even close to being an exaggeration. How good is Kane? He almost makes watching England over an international break bearable. Almost.
Either get Kane in your squad or get beaten by him, those are your options at this point.
Michy Batshuayi (Belgium)
Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata has been ruled out of Sunday’s match against Crystal Palace, clearing the way for Michy Batshuayi to heap more misery on the winless, goalless Eagles.
Batshuayi was on the scoresheet for Belgium on Saturday in their frantic 4-3 victory over Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the 24-year-old will do the same against Palace.
GTFO (World Cup Failures Edition!)
Darren Fletcher (Slovenia)
If you have former Manchester United midfielder and current Stoke City man Darren Fletcher in your lineup, we’re gonna do you a huge solid right here. It’s time to get him the F off. You don’t get points for collapsing against Slovenia and ruining the dreams of the Scottish nation, and you don’t get points for passing it sideways and backwards for Stoke either.
BE GONE WITH HIM!
Gabriel Jesus (Manchester City)
Sergio Augero’s broken rib means an extended spell on the sidelines for Manchester City’s top scorer, however, don’t expect that to hurt the Citizens’ average of over three goals scored per game. Gabriel Jesus is already doing a fine job of converting the chances that come his way for City, and now he’s going to get a lot more beginning with Saturday’s visit of Stoke to the Etihad.
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