Unfortunately, due to a schedule clash, we did not cover gameweek ten of FPL. Our ones to watch for gameweek nine endured mixed results. Here are our ones to watch for gameweek eleven of FPL:
Michael Keane (Everton, £4.9million)
Everton are seen as a highly attacking team under highly-rated Portuguese boss Marco Silva. However, the Toffees have now kept clean sheets in their last two games at Goodison Park.
The Merseysiders face a tricky home game with Brighton, who have been hard to beat of late. Centre-back Michael Keane offers potential rewards at both ends of the pitch. Only Marcos Alonso of Chelsea and Wolves Matt Doherty have bettered Keane’s 14 shots as a defender in the Premier League this season.
No doubt the former Burnley star is a big threat from set-pieces, as his one goal and two assists in his last eight league appearances illustrate. He may be a maverick selection, but he could just pay off.
Kiko Femenia (Watford, £4.2million)
The Spanish full-back has not always been assured of a place in the Watford starting line-up. However, the budget option full-back has now started the last three league games, picking up 18 points in the process.
The fact that the Hornets have kept clean sheets in their last two league games adds to Femenia’s appeal, especially as they visit struggling Newcastle this weekend. Defensive points may be the priority with a defender, but he also produced an assist last time out against Huddersfield in a 3-0 home win.
Femenia could prove to be a bargain defender in an area of the pitch dominated by high priced players from high-profile clubs.
Gylfi Sigurdsson (Everton, £7.4m)
The Icelandic attacking midfielder enjoyed a mix start to life on Merseysiders last season after a big money move from Swansea. However, it seems that he is enjoying life under Portuguese boss Marco Silva.
This season Sigurdsson has produced five goals and one assist playing in his favoured number ten role behind the striker. A return of four goals in his last four Premier League appearances means he heads into this weekend’s home clash with Brighton in hot form.
Sigurdsson has already bettered his goal league goal tally from last season in just ten games. An added bonus for the Icelandic star as an FPL asset is that he takes set-pieces, which always adds to the attraction of a player.
Anthony Martial (Manchester United, £7.4m)
The French winger has burst into form of late for the Red Devils. The former Monaco star has struggled to nail down a regular starting spot at Old Trafford. However, the youngster has now started United’s last four league games.
A return of four goals and two assists in his last three league outings is a good one. When on form he can be Manchester United’s best attacking asset but beware of his inconsistent nature.
United face a potentially tricky trip to Bournemouth this weekend, but the Red Devils are still favourites to prevail. While The Cherries are dangerous in attack, they are also very generous at the back on home soil, so Martial may get the opportunity to add to his recent points haul on the south coast.
Who will be gameweek eleven’s ones to watch?