Ederson (£6.0) – With the injury of Alisson if you’re looking for a goalkeeper of the same caliber Ederson is your go-to goalkeeper
Mathew Ryan (£4.5) – He had an outstanding game at Watford, providing nine points. He now has two home games coming up.
Nick Pope (£4.5) – He did well last week but now has a difficult away trip to Arsenal
Tim Krul (£4.5) – Very interesting option at home against his former side Newcastle United.
Lewis Dunk (£4.5) – picked up 11 points on game week one and has back-to-back home games coming up
Ainsley Maitland-Niles (£5.0) – He looked good going forward last week and provided the assist for the winning goal. Next up home game against Burnley.
Lucas Digne (£6.0) – Will do good against Watford this weekend with more opportunities to bomb forward at home
Andrew Robertson (£7.0) – Did not provide the goods last week but he can hurt the Saints this week.
Obvious picks are Mohamed Salah (£12.5) and Raheem Sterling (£12.1).
Sadio Mané (£11.5) – should be back against his old side for Liverpool. Impressive performance against Chelsea few days ago.
Anthony Martial (£7.6) – played up front last week and looked good. Wolverhampton Wanderers away is not an easy fixture but he could still do well.
Some other good picks will be Gylfi Sigurdsson (£8.0), Richarlison (£8.0), John McGinn (£5.5), Jack Grealish (£6.0), and Emiliano Buendía (£6.0) all playing at home.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (£11.0) – Best choice this week on paper. He should score at home to Burnley.
Teemu Pukki (£6.5) – Norwich City attacked Liverpool at Anfield so one can assume an attacking style of play. The Canaries will go at Newcastle United‘s defence and Pukki will be the man expected to provide the goals.
Callum Wilson (£8.0) – Might hurt Aston Villa this week. Bournemouth can counter with pace.
Jamie Vardy (£9.0) – someone that can hurt Chelsea’s defence considering the attacking style Frank Lampard has used.