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Fantasy Premier League tips: The transfers you should make in Gameweek 3

first_img 16 16 IN: Sergio Aguero (Manchester City) – £13.1m – By hook or by crook, you need to get the Argentina hotshot into your squad. Many players have already used a wildcard to get the striker into theirs and if he continues to play as he did against Chelsea we’d say he’s going to be topping the scoring charts again this year. If you can’t fit in Aguero, make sure you get Silva into your team as he’s likely to be laying on the assists. 16 The Fantasy Premier League is hotting up after a goal-laden second week, well, apart from Watford v West Brom.Those with Everton and Manchester City stars will have been crowing, while those who invested into Chelsea defenders and West Ham’s Adrian as their goalkeeper will have been left weeping.Now we’ve had two weeks, it’s perhaps easier to figure out the form players and those who are unlikely to play or perform.Some managers may be considering using their wildcards (117,103 have been used already) after a tough start but with new signings like Pedro, Clinton NJie and Nicolas Otamendi all joining the Premier League, it’s best to wait until after the transfer window has shut.Meanwhile, we still urge caution on using one of your three chips, although one team got a massive 108 points by using their bench boost last week.Here at talkSPORT, though, we’ve taken a look at the best players to buy and sell going into week three.Check out the Fantasy Premier League transfers you might want to think about above by clicking the right arrow… 16 16 16 OUT: Willian (Chelsea) – £7.0m – Click the right arrow for more advice… – We’re not quite sure how the Brazilian got his price tag in Fantasy Premier League given his lack of goals and assists. Pedro’s arrival at Stamford Bridge means he could well be on borrowed time and that £7.0m would be better spent elsewhere on guaranteed points. OUT: Seamus Coleman (Everton) – £6.0m – Click the right arrow for more advice… – OK, Coleman has done alright so far and got a clean sheet, an assist and two bonus points against Southampton but we reckon the Toffees could come unstuck now. Roberto Martinez’s side face Man City, Tottenham and Chelsea in their next three matches and you would have to say it’s likely they will concede at least one in all three. Dropping Coleman out and keeping a watchful eye on his form is the best thing to do. OUT: Jordan Henderson (Liverpool) – £7.0m – Click the right arrow for more advice… – The Reds captain was substituted at half-time against Bournemouth with a knock and could miss the clash with Arsenal. We suggest you play it on the safe side and replace him with a player who is guaranteed to start. £7.0m wasted on the bench. 16 OUT: Theo Walcott (Arsenal) – £8.8m – Click the right arrow for more advice… – Just when it looked like he was about to become a first-team regular, Walcott has once again found his derriere warming the bench at the Emirates. Around five per cent of you currently still have faith in him, but we think it’s time to give up – for the moment anyway. 16 16 16 OUT: Branislav Ivanovic (Chelsea) – £7.0m – Click the right arrow for more advice… – The poor Serbian has had a tough start to the campaign, having been given a torrid time by Jefferson Montero and then struggling to stop Aleksandar Kolarov and Raheem Sterling against Man City. Jose Mourinho seems set to drop him so it will be wise to do the same. IN: Cesar Azpilicueta (Chelsea) – £6.0m – Click the right arrow for more advice… – West Brom, Crystal Palace and Everton are up next for the Blues and it’s inconceivable their dip in form will last too much longer. He’ll save you some cash and get you some clean sheets in the long run, just don’t rely on him to add to that with goals and assists. He’s a solid but unspectacular addition until the season has fully settled and the form players can be gauged properly. 16 IN: Federico Fernandez (Swansea City) – £5.0m – Click the right arrow for more advice… – Sunderland are currently a sinking ship and coming up against a Jacks side who are firing on all cylinders, could mean a second clean sheet in a row for Garry Monk’s men. Any of the Swansea back line are pickable but we think Fernandez might come good against a shoddy Black Cats defence at corners. IN: Luke Shaw (Manchester United) – £5.6m – Click the right arrow for more advice… – Already cheaper than Coleman, Shaw has had a good start to the season and appears to have found his feet at Old Trafford. The young Englishman is capable of notching some assists as he bounds down the left flank and might be a safe bet over the coming games. A bonus point against Aston Villa suggest he could be good for a few extras along the way, too. 16 16 16 IN: Nathan Redmond (Norwich City) – £5.5m – Click the right arrow for more advice… – You might feel inclined to throw Riyad Mahrez into the mix this week given his sensational early season form but don’t all jump on the bandwagon. The Foxes have Tottenham this week and he could well be pushed back by the return of the marauding Danny Rose. Instead, opt for Redmond. He was one of our season tips and costs £0.3m less than Mahrez, while having a slightly easier next three games. Currently the Algerian is own by around 17 per cent of managers ,while just three per cent have Redmond. He could help you steal a march on your rivals. 16 IN: David Silva (Manchester City) – £10.0m – Click the right arrow for more advice… – Three assists in two games show you the kind of mood the skilful Spaniard is in. He looked superb in both games against West Brom and Chelsea, and we don’t see any reason why that won’t change with Everton, Watford and Crystal Palace up next. The fact Sergio Aguero and Yaya Toure are also looking formidable means the assists are likely to continue and he could land himself the odd goal too. IN: Andre Ayew (Swansea City) – £7.1m – Click the right arrow for more advice… – The Ghanaian has kicked of his Premier League career in style with two goals in two games and looks a real menace. Credit must be given to Garry Monk for landing him on a free transfer but we’re enjoying the fact he’s listed as a midfielder in Fantasy Premier League. Every goal is worth an extra point for Ayew and with Sunderland up next he could net again to continue his stunning start. Fantasy Premier League transfer tips – OUT: Adrian (West Ham) – £5.1m – To find out who you should bring in, click the yellow arrow above, right – The Spanish goalkeeper was an easy pick to replace Thibaut Courtois last week but with a poor tackle on Jamie Vardy at the end of the Hammers’ 2-1 defeat to Leicester, he found himself sent off and facing three games on the sidelines. He’s an obvious transfer out. IN: Sergio Romero (Manchester United) – £5.1m – Click the right arrow for more advice… – The Argentine was a shock signing at Old Trafford amongst the current goalkeeping chaos at Man United. He’s been a safe pair of hands, though, and with Newcastle next up for Louis van Gaal’s side, he’s likely to be cheap and effective considering he’s already the highest scoring shot stopper. OUT: Danny Ings (Liverpool) – £7.3m – Click the right arrow for more advice… – A ridiculous three per cent of you Fantasy Premier League managers have still got the striker in your squads. We’re not sure what you’ve been smoking but you need to ditch the dud immediately. He’s unlikely to get a start anytime soon and means you’re wasting £7.3m and have already lost £0.2m as his price drops. Get him out before it’s too late. OUT: Daryl Janmaat (Newcastle United) – £5.0m – Click the right arrow for more advice… – The Dutchman might have been a big success last season, despite the Magpies’ poor form, but he’s got off to a dreadful start this year. He got just one point against Southampton and his inept first-half display and red card against Swansea City earned him minus three. He’s suspended for one match and should be left out until further notice. 16last_img read more

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