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Fantasy Football: Three Transfers to make for Gameweek 13

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Fantasy Football: Three Transfers to make for Gameweek 13

The end of the international break means one thing - fantasy football is back! It’s a fresh start for those at the bottom of their leagues and the chance to extend the lead for those at the top.

Below, check out our three top picks for this weekend’s round of Premier League action.

Aleksandar Mitrovic

Team: Fulham

Price: £6.6m

Next Opponent: Southampton (H)

This pick may raise one or two eyebrows given Fulham’s form of late, but Aleksandar Mitrovic has been the Cottagers standout player this season. Already scoring five Premier League goals, he is the team’s leading scorer and goes into this weekend under the tutelage of a new coach in Claudio Ranieri. The new manager bounce could well be in effect at Craven Cottage this weekend and with Southampton as their opponents, Fulham will fancy their chances of three points and Mitrovic remains the most likely player to bag a goal for them.

Mitrovic Fulham


Team: Everton

Price: £7.0m

Next Opponent: Cardiff City (H)

Everton appear to be finding their stride under manager Marco Silva, with the team showing much-improved form heading into the international break. A huge reason for their upturn in performances is the form of Brazilian forward Richarlison, who scored a brace in their previous outing at Goodison Park in the 3-1 win over Brighton. Strugglers Cardiff are the visitors to Merseyside this weekend and the Brazilian looks set to take on a bigger role in the likely absence of Gylfi Sigurdsson.

Richarlison Everton

Matt Doherty

Team: Wolves

Price: £4.9m

Next Opponent: Huddersfield Town (H)

Matt Doherty is the eighth-highest scoring defender in fantasy football this season and the only player in the list not to play for a current top-four side. The right wing-back has scored one and provided two assists already this season, whilst also securing points from four clean sheets. This weekend he and Wolves take on a Huddersfield side who have won just once away from home since last Christmas and have the least prolific attack in the Premier League, making a clean sheet look likely.

Matt Doherty Wolves