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Fantasy Football: Three Transfers to make for Gameweek 10

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Fantasy Football: Three Transfers to make for Gameweek 10

With the Premier League now reaching Gameweek 10, Fantasy Football leagues across the land are beginning to take shape, with the Pep Guardiola’s being sorted from the John Carver’s. Take a look at our top three transfers to make this weekend to get your team contending back at the top of the table!

Mohamed Salah

Team: Liverpool

Price: £12.8m

Next Opponent: Cardiff City (H)

Salah Liverpool

After something of an underwhelming opening to this campaign, Mohamed Salah looks close to be firing on all cylinders once again, having returned from the international break with three goals in his first two appearances. Admittedly, they have come against weaker opposition in Huddersfield Town and Red Star Belgrade, though Liverpool are set to come up against a team of a similar level this weekend in Cardiff. Goals will be expected at Anfield with the Reds being the overwhelming favourites to secure three points and Salah will be looking to get amongst the goals in this one.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Team: Arsenal

Price: £10.8m

Next Opponent: Crystal Palace (A)

Pierre Emerick Aubameyang Arsenal

Despite starting as a substitute in each of Arsenal’s last two games in the Premier League, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has managed to bag himself four goals, proving to be an impact player from the bench. It will be tough for Unai Emery to leave him out here once again, having scored four goals in less than an hour of football in the last two matches, especially after Alexandre Lacazette drew a blank against Leicester. Arsenal have won 11 in a row in all competitions, while they face a Crystal Palace side that have lost three straight games in the Premier League, making the Gunners favourites to come away from Selhurst Park with three points.

Ben Foster

Team: Watford

Price: £4.5m

Next Opponent: Huddersfield Town (H)

Ben Foster Watford

If you’re looking for a value selection this weekend, Ben Foster could well be a man to look out for. On Saturday, he and Watford come up against Huddersfield Town, who are currently the lowest-scoring team with just four goals to their name after nine matches in the Premier League. Meanwhile, Foster kept a clean sheet during the Hornets’ impressive 2-0 victory away to Wolves last time out, suggesting the Hornets recent blip may be about to come to an end.