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Fantasy Football ones to watch season 2019/20 gameweek seven

Fantasy Football ones to watch season 2019/20 gameweek seven
Fantasy Football ones to watch season 2019/20 gameweek seven September 26, 2019 September 26, 2019 David Nugent
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We have reached gameweek seven of the Premier League and that means another chance to pick up FPL points. We must apologise for our gameweek six picks. We are sure to do better in gameweek seven ones to watch. Therefore, here are our ones to watch for gameweek seven of FPL:

Ricardo Pereira (Leicester, £6m)

Last season the Portuguese full-back was often employed in a more advanced, which yielded a decent attacking return of two goals and eight assists in the top-flight. Pereira has only produced one goal this season, but that was last time out against Tottenham in a 2-1 victory.

There are signs that the adventurous full-back could produce more attacking returns in the near future. The Foxes fixture list looks favourable, starting with a home game against Newcastle this week, four of their next five fixtures rank two FPL difficulty rankings. Those fixtures give Pereira potential returns at both ends of the pitch.

Serge Aurier (Tottenham, £5m)

In the summer the Ivory Coast looked like he could leave Spurs. However, the right-back has started the last two Premier League games. In his first start of the season, he produced two assists in a 4-0 defeat of Crystal Palace.

Last time out in the Premier League, he also saw a goal ruled out by VAR in Spurs 2-1 defeat bat Leicester. His attacking potential is clear to see. In his two league starts for the north London team, he has created four chances, which is a good record for a defender.

A home game against Southampton this weekend, which Spurs are favourites to win looks a less than daunting clash. A match against the Saints could prove to be a highly profitable one for Aurier.

Callum Wilson (Bournemouth, £7.8M)

The England international has now produced attacking returns in all six of his Premier League appearances this season. However, it is his recent eye for goal that makes him such a good FPL asset.

Wilson has now scored four goals in his last four top-flight appearances for the Cherries. Those goals came on the back of three assists in the opening three matches of the Premier League campaign.

A home match against an in-form but slightly West Ham this weekend looks like it could be a profitable one for the former Coventry star. It would hard to question his current form and Wilson is underrated by many.

Tammy Abraham (Chelsea, £7.5m)

The young Chelsea striker is one of the most in-form strikers in the Premier League. He has scored seven times in his last four top-flight, nailing down the central striker role with the Blues.

Not only is he in form, but the Blues fixtures look very favourable starting this weekend, when Abraham and his teammates host Brighton at Stamford Bridge. Games against the likes of Southampton, Newcastle, Burnley, Crystal Palace and Watford follow the clash with the Seagulls.

At £7.5m, the youngster represents fantastic value for money. He could even be a good captaincy option for the next few weeks if you want a differential captain.

Who will be the one to watch in gameweek seven of FPL?

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David Nugent

David Nugent


David is a soccer fan and writer who has spent the last decade sharing his opinion and spreading news about the beautiful game across the internet. The lifelong Everton fan has written for numerous sports websites, plus an international soccer magazine where he covered the Premier League, the Bundesliga and various youth international tournaments.