Who would you choose to captain your Fantasy Football line and who will play in support? With just two days left, there are a lot of options to make. Isn’t this what everyone worries about? Goals, assists, and shots on goal are all examples of players that steal the show and receive man-of-the-match honors.
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It may be the difference between placing in your mini-leagues or advancing to the next round of the Knockout Cup, but it is critical that you get off to the greatest possible start. The Argentine is healthy and ready to strike for Manchester City at any moment. Sergio Aguero may not play in Gameweek 1, but he is a potential captaincy pick in Gameweek 2, with City traveling to Wolves on Monday Night Football. Aguero somehow managed to capture 157 Fantasy Football points last season, scoring 16 times in only 18 appearances.
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The City forward was away from 14 games in all, so who knows how many more he may have added to his Premier League total of 180. There is no question that he, like hundreds of thousands of others, believes he can get 200 points this term. With Wolves, Leicester, and Leeds on the horizon before the Overhaul, Aguero might be a sure bet to get your team off to a good start and even come in as a differential option with a selection probability of only 4.94 percent.
Kai Havertz – £9.9 million
The 21-year-old German international should be a natural fit for Frank Lampard’s squad. With Timo Werner and Hakim Ziyech on his team, goals and assists should be plenty. That was not a problem for Kai Havertz last season, as he provided 18 goals (12G, 6A) for Bayer Leverkusen, earning a £75.8 million transfer to London. The fixtures are one of the favorable factors that suggest you should have the kid in your team from the start.
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Chelsea travels to Brighton on Monday Night Football, providing an excellent leadership option. This is followed by games against Liverpool, West Brom, and Crystal Palace, so points should be available if you choose him. Havertz is designated as a midfielder in the game, which means he will get six points rather than five for each goal he scored, which might be useful towards the conclusion of the season. Will the German wonderkid make your starting lineup?
Bruno Fernandes – £10.9 million
Bruno Fernandes has taken the Premier League by storm since signing, and his fee for this season is a substantial £10.9m, £0.6m less than PFA Player of the Year Kevin de Bruyne. Having said that, the Portuguese international provided 15 goals in 14 starts (8G, 7A), as well as several shots on goal and five man-of-the-match honors. Speaking about Kevin de Bruyne, who had the most Premier League points of any player last season with 273.
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I thought it would be fascinating to compare the two since Bruno joined Manchester United. From his arrival through the conclusion of the season, the Manchester United midfielder accumulated 129 points, compared to de Bruyne’s 96, so may there be a case for Bruno Fernandes stealing de Bruyne’s number-one place this season?
Michail Antonio – £8 million
Michail Antonio was a fan favorite from the start of the season till the finale, and with good reason. His 32 points versus Norwich (four goals, tier two shots on target, MOTM, and appearance bonus) were the most of any Fantasy Football player in a single Gameweek in 2019/20, rewarding his hard effort and determination with Fantasy Football points for those who had hired him.
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Antonio has accumulated 81 points in the previous eight games, averaging over 10 per game, and he maintains his midfield position in Fantasy Football, which, like Kai Havertz, can really reward you if they are among the goals. On the first day, West Ham will face Newcastle, where Antonio had 10 points and one goal in their last match. Will he get the nod here again?
Dwight McNeil – £7.1 million
Dwight McNeil may be a shocking choice for some, but not for me. Under Sean Dyche, the Englishman started every one of Burnley’s 38 Premier League matches last season, and there is no reason to expect that will change in 2020/21. McNeil generated seven goals during that time frame, scoring twice. He was the fourth greatest scorer among Burnley players, and although they do not appear in Gameweek 1, they do face some winnable opponents in the shape of Leicester, Southampton, and Newcastle. The Fantasy Football transfer window is still open, so you still have time to update and adjust your teams ahead of Saturday. Will any of these players get selected? Participate and play for free.
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