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Fantasy Football ones to watch season 2018/19 gameweek four


Our gameweek three ones to watch did not live up to their billing. However, we are back for gameweek four with our picks. Here are the ones to watch for gameweek four:

Kurt Zouma (Everton, £5million)

The Frenchman on-loan from Chelsea looks set to make his full debut for the Toffees after coming on as a substitute for Michael Keane last time out. With the former Burnley defender sidelined through injury and Phil Jagielka injured, he looks set to start.

The Everton defence has been highly vulnerable this season. However, the Toffees face Huddersfield on Saturday, a team who have failed to score in five of their last seven Premier League games. Zouma at £5million could also provide a threat on set-piece at the other end of the field. His selection may be a gamble, but if he can perform to his full potential then the centre-back could prove to be a bargain asset.

Theo Walcott (Everton, £6.7million)

This selection is a no-brainer really. The England international looks like the perfect replacement for suspended Toffees teammate Richarlison, who will be out of action for two gameweeks.

Walcott has increased in price and ownership this week due to his decent recent form. The former Arsenal winger has now scored two goals and also produced an assist in his last two Premier League appearances. A plumb home fixture with Huddersfield, with another one to follow against West Ham, makes Walcott seem like a highly viable FPL asset.

Lucas Moura (Tottenham, £7.1million)

Moura is another in-form option to replace the popular Richarlison in our teams for gameweek four. The Brazilian international is also in-form, having scored three times in his last three appearances for Tottenham, including a brace against Manchester United last time out.

Moura is by no means a nailed on player for selection when everybody is fit and in-form. However, at his current price and in his current form, it will be difficult for Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino to drop the winger.

A trip to unbeaten Watford this week represents a tricky fixture for the north London club. As Moura proved at Old Trafford, the venue does not seem to faze him at all. He looks like an excellent short-term option.

Aleksandar Mitrovic (Fulham, £6.6million)

The Serbian striker has certainly had a big impact at Fulham. Last season he impressed on loan from Newcastle. The 23-year-old is now at Craven Cottage on a permanent basis and has taken little time in settling in.

Mitrovic has now scored three goals and provided an assist in his last two games for the Cottagers. He scored a vital brace in a 4-2 victory over Burnley last time out. He already looks a bargain for his real-life bosses and the FPL bosses alike. The big striker is very much the focal point of the Cottagers attack, as the Londoners look to avoid a relegation dogfight this season.

His price aligned with a visit to Brighton, who have kept just one clean sheet in ten home matches in the top-flight make the forward an even more attractive proposition.

Who will be the ones to watch in gameweek four of FPL?

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