Gameweek 3 is here, and managers have to tweak their squad again to get rid of dead wood and bring in the stars stealing the show. Here are the strikers most managers are trying to get.
Troy Deeney had a nice game against Burley as he laid down an assist and netted another to give him 12 points last week. Watford plays a Crystal Palace side that was defeated by Liverpool last week, and 128653 managers hope Deeney will be the trojan that helps overcome the defence that only conceded two against a Liverpool side with heavy firing power
4Zaha Crystal Palace
Wilfred Zaha has been amazing for this Crystal Palace side, and many hoped he would score against Liverpool (that has not conceded any goal yet) but he was tightly marked, and a red card to Wan-Bissaka made things worse. A trip to the Hornets is in the cards and 150042 managers have backed the Palace man to stir up the nest
Ings had his 90 minutes of the season and already has a goal from 9 shots. He can fancy his chances as he goes up against a Leicester side that conceded two in two games. At £5.6, he is a bargain and can act as a third striker as they face the foxes who are without Vardy.
Two goals in two games and an assist for Bournemouth, Wilson is already making his mark and will look to do so against Everton that already allowed three goals past them. The £6.1 striker has been backed by 279231 managers to breach the Everton defence again as they are playing at home.
1Aguero Manchester City
Well, let us hope Pep favours us one more time by starting Kun Aguero as the Argentine is now a must-have luxury. He failed to find the net against Arsenal in game week one but returned with three goals and an assist against Huddersfield. Pep’s rotation policy is scary as one cant afford to have the £11.2 striker dropped as 625141 managers have transferred him in for game week three match against Wolves defence already breached four times.
Other strikers that missed out on the top 10 are Kamara for Fulham, Morata for Chelsea, Arnautovic, Aubameyang and Firminho.
On the reverse side of the table for top strikers transferred out, Firminho leads 259979 dumping him as his teammates Mane and Salah seems to be doing all the scoring.
The injured Vardy has been dumped by 232873 managers and Harry Kane despite breaking the August voodoo comes third as many feel he will not breach the Manchester United defence at Old Trafford.
Aubameyang also makes the list though I feel he will make his mark against a West Ham side that already conceded six goals, while Zaha is also here after being dumped by 137603 managers.
Statistics correct as at 7.50 AM Saturday 25th August