Fantasy Premier League Preview, Hints & Tips For Gameweek 7

  • 28th September 2017
Fantasy Premier League Preview, Hints & Tips For Gameweek 7

The 7th gameweek of the season dawns upon us and along with it comes an FPL gameweek 7 preview! Gameweek 7 comes with a few tasty fixtures that promises a number of goals, in which wise and slightly cheeky investments could reap massive reward.

Fantasy Premier League Preview, Hints & Tips For Gameweek 7

So good luck & may your arrows be green!

Huddersfield vs Tottenham

Pochettino’s Spurs side are scoring goals for fun away from home in the initial weeks, and the Terriers don’t seem like a side that will halt their run. An easy away win seems to be on the cards.

STAR MAN: Harry Kane (12.5m)

11 goals in the last 4 away Premier League games. Hard to look away from him.

Bournemouth vs Leicester

The Foxes narrowly missed out on claiming a point last time out against Klopp’s side, all courtesy to Mignolet’s heroics. The Foxes will definitely be disappointed and will be looking to go all out against a shaky Cherries defence.

STAR MAN: Jamie Vardy (8.5m)

We surely can’t see him not having a party.

Manchester United vs Crystal Palace

The Eagles are nothing but shambolic, having not even scored in the opening 6, let alone take home a point. This week they pay a visit to the Theatre of Dreams and with the ruthless form United are in, we could definitely be in for a highly one sided game.

STAR MAN: Romelu Lukaku (11.7m)

6 goals in the opening 6, it would be hard to digest if he doesn’t get on the scoring sheet.

Stoke vs Southampton

Both of these sides were on the losing end last time around, with the Saints narrowly falling short against United and the Potters suffering a hammering at home at the hands of Chelsea. This fixture definitely seems to be a tough one to call, but if the Saints start in a similar manner as they did against Jose’s men, they may just bag a vital 3 points.

STAR MAN: Steven Davis (5.1m)

A cheap starting midfielder in a central role. Might not be long until he’s among points.

West Brom vs Watford

The Hornets made a strong comeback last time around after the massive defeat at the hands of Man City in gameweek 5. The Baggies on the other hand are winless in their last 4 and if they are to get their season back on track, they need to start from here.

STAR MAN: Matt Phillips (6.0m)

His pace could be something that could trouble the Hornets’ defensive line.

West Ham vs Swansea

Both of these sides narrowly missed out on points last time out and both of them will be looking to make a comeback. Ultimately, it will all depend on who wants it more.

STAR MAN: Wilfried Bony (6.0m)

An assist in his first start back at Swansea last time out. The Ivory Coast international looks all set to haunt PL defences yet again.

Chelsea vs Manchester City

Saturday ends with a cracker of a game with the league leaders visiting the champions. With both sides on song, this game definitely promises goals and is surely a must must win for both sides in order to keep up the pressure on the top.

STAR MAN: Gabriel Jesus (10.4m)

Sergio Aguero is ruled out with a rib injury he sustained in a recent car accident so the Brazilian looks set to lead the line.

Arsenal vs Brighton

Arsenal at home. Arsenal seem to be strong going forward. Open and shut case in my opinion. Easy home win for Wenger’s boys.

STAR MAN: Alexandre Lacazette (10.3m)

4 goals in the last 3 home games. Surely one to keep an eye on.

Everton vs Burnley

A decent run of fixtures now dawns upon Everton as the Clarets visit the Goodison. If the Toffees are to finish in a somewhat respectable position on the table, they are to start right from here.

STAR MAN: Gylfi Sigurdsson (8.3m)

The perfect fixture for the Icelandic playmaker to thrive.

Newcastle vs Liverpool

The gameweek ends with 2 very attack minded teams going head to head. The game surely has goals in it for both sides, and we reckon it’ll end as a high scoring draw.

STAR MAN: Mohamed Salah (9.2m)

The Egyptian has been on fire since his Premier League return, and seems to be the only consistent one in the Liverpool attack at the moment.

So who to captain…?

Romelu Lukaku (CRY) – Man United this season have been absolutely fantastic, and have won every single game this season except for the draw against Stoke. At home, they’ve scored 10 and conceded 0, a very impressive stat which will probably improve as they play Crystal Palace this week at Old Trafford, a team that are yet to score or even get a point in the league this season. Lukaku has scored 6 goals and assisted once in only 6 games this season. He is owned by 56%, meaning he’ll be by far one of the most popular picks for captaincy, so it’s advisable to captain him to maintain a steady rank as he’s bound to score against the worst team in the league this season.