Fantasy Premier League Game Week 6 Tips: Players You Shouldn’t Miss


De Gea

Getting back on track to his best as the defence is getting better. This is the best time to invest in him as his next games are against West Ham (a), Newcastle (H), Chelsea (a), Everton (H).

Eden Hazard

A Hat-trick in Gameweek 5 and a week’s worth of rest is all the convincing you need to get this player. Seeing how Alvaro Morata misfired in Chelsea’s Europa League fixture on Thursday, I am sure all passes will be heading towards Hazard who will be looking to do more damage to a West Ham defence that has been breached 11 times


Sent off for a moment of anger, the Brazillian is back and what better way to announce his return than to face an Arsenal side with weak defence? The Everton dangerman already had 3 goals in three games before being sent off and we will love to take this gamble.

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He may have had a quiet game against Manchester United but he will be looking to unleash his potential against Fulham. Dangerous and well known for his contributions to attack, he can grab an assist or two in a game


A threat in attack, contributes wholeheartedly to the team’s preformance by creating chances and scoring when it is needed. One of the three players that have crossed the 40 points mark averaging 8 points per game


Liverpool’s inform man, a threat in attack. Though listed as a midfielder, usually places in the Striker position and can either assist or score. Only behind Hazard and Alonso in the top 3 players in FPL with 41 points

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Aguero just renewed his contract with Manchester City and I guess part of his renewal deal might include more game time. Expect him to turn up against Cardiff. A double might just be in the cards.


Fraser has created 11 goal scoring opportunities of which only two has been converted, a good investment if Wilson and King can just start converting the chances. Also has an eye for goal and a great menace up front. He is in form and his consistency is impressive.


Lukaku has only failed to score against Leicester and Tottenham. The Belgian is one of the few attackers tipped to score today as Manchester United welcome Wolves. Should the visitors choose to employ cagey techniques, his height will be needed.

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Only Crystal Palace and Manchester City have forced the Fulham forward to register a blank this season. Against an attacking side like Watford, its a free for all and he is up to the task. Cheaper than Lukaku, Harry Kane and Firminho and also has more points than them.


Not consistent with goals but turns up with assists.