Well, gameweek six produced mixed results for us with our ones to watch, as two players returned points and two did not. Here are the players that we believe will give you a good FPL points tally for gameweek seven:
Kieran Trippier (Tottenham, £6million)
While we do not usually include premium priced players in our selections, we thought that we would make an exception for the England full-back. Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino has a habit of rotating his full-backs.
However, the former-Burnley star has now started Tottenham’s last five Premier League game. He was also rested for the midweek Carabao Cup game against Watford, so is likely to be fresh for Spurs trip to Huddersfield this weekend.
Trippier has become hard to ignore this season, as in his five league appearances he has produced a goal and assists. However, the fact that he is also now Tottenham designated set-piece taker adds to his potential.
Tottenham have struggled to keep clean sheets this season. However, the potential returns at the other end of the pitch.
Matt Doherty (Wolves, £4.4million)
The Wolves wing-back is a sort of cut-price Marcos Alonso, in that he spends a lot of his time upfield and is a massive attacking threat. Although he has only produced one assist so far for Wolves this season, his stats suggest he could easily add to those figures in the near future.
The fact that Wolves are now looking more solid in defence is also a factor in his selection. A home game against Southampton this weekend is not exactly daunting, so he could prove to be an asset at both ends of the field for a bargain price.
Richarlison (Everton, £6.6million)
The Brazilian international attacker returned from suspension in the Toffees 2-0 defeat at Arsenal last weekend. However, the former Watford star looked bright and came close to finding the net.
Richarlison has already scored three times in his three and a half games this season for the Toffees. At £6.6million with a home game against Fulham this weekend, he could prove to be a very good FPL asset. He is one of the favourites to score at any time during Saturday’s clash with the Cottagers. With games against Leicester and Crystal Palace in the next few weeks, he also has favourable short-term fixtures.
Kelechi Iheanacho (Leicester City, £5.9million)
The Nigerian international has struggled to make a mark at Leicester since a big-money move from Manchester City. In fact, the forward has started just three of the Foxes league games this season.
However, in his limited appearances the striker has scored once and produced three assists, all of which have come in the last four gameweeks. In short, the forward looks to be hitting form.
Iheanacho started the Foxes last game against Huddersfield and impressed. He is now expected to keep his place in the starting eleven for this weekend’s trip to face Newcastle.
Leicester have a pretty favourable run of fixtures in the next few weeks, so Iheanacho at £5.9million could prove to be a major differential for your FPL team.
Who will be the ones to watch in FPL for gameweek seven?