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Fantasy Football: Three transfers to make for Gameweek 11

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Fantasy Football: Three transfers to make for Gameweek 11

As we now approach Gameweek 11 of the Fantasy Football season, managers across the land will be frantically be looking to make transfers that can either extend their lead at the top of the table, or avoid the forfeits that may wait at the bottom of it.

Once again, we’ve identified three players to make sure you’ve got in your team this week ahead of an exciting weekend of football.

Riyad Mahrez

Team: Manchester City

Price: £8.6m

Next Opponent: Southampton (H)

Having been in-and-out of the Manchester City team for much of the opening weeks of the season, Riyad Mahrez looks to be slowly but surely settling into the side. Handed a start by Pep Guardiola at Tottenham on Monday night, Mahrez repaid his manager’s faith by scoring the game’s only goal early in the first half to seal a big three points for the visitors. They now face Southampton this weekend and the Algerian will be keen to add to the two goals he has scored in his last two Premier League outings.

Riyad Mahrez Manchester City

Marko Arnautovic

Team: West Ham

Price: £7.0m

Next Opponent: Burnley (H)

Given both his importance to West Ham and the fact he is a guaranteed starter, Marko Arnautovic looks a generous price at £7m. Arnautovic has scored 15 goals for the Hammers since December 9 2017, four of which have come this term from eight appearances. This weekend, he and the Hammers take on a Burnley team that has conceded nine goals in their last two Premier League outings and the Austrian looks most likely to capitalise on their recent woes.

Marko Arnautovic West Ham

Roberto Pereyra

Team: Watford

Price: £6.4m

Next Opponent: Newcastle (A)

After getting over their wobbly patch, Watford now look to be back on course having won each of their last two Premier League games - with Roberto Pereyra being the driving force behind it. The Argentine midfielder has already scored five goals in 10 starts for the Hornets this season, two of which have come in their last two games against Wolves and Huddersfield. Now travelling to face a Newcastle side that is yet to pick up a point at home this season, Pereyra’s magic could prove to be the difference on the afternoon.

Pereyra Watford