Fantasy Premier League Tips For Week 3

Looking for Fantasy Premier League tips? takes you inside week three of the PL season and tells you which players you need to have on your fantasy team, which player you should not have on your team and which player you should entrust with being your captain.

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Here are 3 transfers you should make this week.

Javier Hernandez (West Ham)

Chicharito is the kind of cerebral, lurking presence that Newcastle United’s defense simply can’t handle. Newcastle will be looking to get forward and attack at home, so West Ham should be able to counter and create a few clear chances. Nobody is better at converting those than ChicaGol.

Richarlison (Watford) 

No player speaks towards the ever-growing financial clout and global presence of the Premier League than Watford’s $14 million summer signing Richarlison. The Brazil U-20 winger scored his first goal for the club against Bournemouth, and a home match against Brighton is a tasty opportunity for a second.

Marcus Rashford (Manchester United) 

There’s no reason to think that the fairytale, feel-good story of the season is going to collapse this week as plucky Manchester United host English powers Leicester City at Old Trafford. The Red Devils will continue their incredible start to the campaign, and 19-year-old Marcus Rashford will score his first of the season.

Now for that one player you should NOT start this week. AKA the player that needs to GTFO:

Mesut Ozil (Arsenal)

Arsenal travel to Anfield to play Liverpool in the weekend’s biggest fixture. That means the German playmaker will go M.I.A in a match that’ll be more about scrap and energy than technical quality. Ozil is about to become the figurehead of Arsenal's first crisis of the season.

The player you should trust with being your captain:

Harry Kane (Tottenham)

The reigning Golden Boot winner is yet to get off the mark this season, but he’s still averaging seven shots per game, and he’s struck the post a couple of times. Harry Kane will lift Tottenham’s Wembley curse with a goal or two against Burnley.

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Past Episodes:

Fantasy Premier League Tips - Week 1

Fantasy Premier League Tips - Week 2

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