Fantasy Premier League Tips Week 6

Fantasy Premier League Tips for week 6 of the season. IN WEEK 6 OF THE18.COM'S FC EPL WE GIVE YOU 3 PLAYERS YOU NEED TO HAVE, 1 PLAYER THAT NEEDS TO GTFO AND 1 PLAYER YOU NEED TO CAPTAIN. LOOK FOR Romelu Lukaku to keep his goalscoring training rolling.

How about those picks last week?!  We set you guys up good. Lets keep it rolling.

Here are 3 players you need to pick up:

Kevin De Bruyne:

First place hosts last place on Saturday when goalless Crystal Palace visit the Etihad to play Pep Guardiola’s assortment of twinkle-toed maestros, and you could really put money on anyone scoring for the Citizens. However, Belgian midfielder Kevin De Bruyne has been sensational for City this season without scoring a goal. He’ll get his first against the Eagles.  

Petr Cech:

Can Arsenal keep their third consecutive clean sheet in the Premier League with the visit of West Brom on Monday Night Football? Yes, because West Brom have only scored four goals in five matches and that’s the way Tony Pulis likes it. Plus, a look at Arsenal’s fixture list shows that the Gunners are about to embark on their now customary title charge before collapsing in around the Holidays.

Sam Vokes:

This weekend’s marquee matchup features seventh-place Burnley hosting sixth-place Huddersfield in a game that no one saw coming a month ago. Welsh hitman Sam Vokes isn’t going to grace the cover of FIFA anytime soon, but the target man will probably slap one in at Turf Moor after a clusterfuck in front of goal. 


Anyone and everyone on Everton:

Today, we say goodbye to Everton’s 2017-18 EPL season, although we hardly knew ye. The big spending Toffees were the side to watch this season until they weren’t anymore, and now they’re going to get relegated with Gylfi Sigurdsson, Wayne Rooney and Davy Klaassen all defecating the bed, metaphorically speaking.

1 Captain

Romelu Lukaku:

Common rational says that Romelu Lukaku will not continue to score at this sort of rate for Manchester United, but he’s having one helluva time ripping off 4.8 shots per game while leading the line for the Red Devils. There’s no reason to think his supply is going to dry up anytime soon, and Saturday’s match against Southampton is just another opportunity to ride the big Belgian off into the sunshine of another fantasy victory.   

That is it for our show. You’d be foolish to not take our advice this week after the gem we through last week. Subscribe to our channel and comment with you questions. 

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