DEFENCE: Toby Alderweireld (£5.0m) – Away v Aston Villa
The Belgian defender Toby Alderweireld hasn’t received much praise for Southampton’s staggering run of form at the back – mainly because his name is difficult to spell.
He’s been excellent though, and at a cheaper price than Nathaniel Clyne, Ryan Bertrand and Jose Fonte – all of whom have a far higher percentage of ownership – then he could be worth trusting at the back as Saints go to an Aston Villa side who have infamously struggled to score of late.
MIDFIELD: Nacer Chadli (£6.7m) – Away v Hull
Spurs are still as unpredictable as ever, and the form of Nacer Chadli is something else that no-one would have foreseen following his underwhelming first season at White Hart Lane.
The Belgian has scored six goals this season to quietly become the second-highest scoring midfielder in Fantasy Premier League in 2014/15, with more points than the likes of Cesc Fabregas, Gylfi Sigurdsson and Angel Di Maria. Away at an equally unpredictable Hull, he could be worth a gamble.
FORWARD: Danny Welbeck (£7.3m) – Home v Man Utd
The twin factors of form and circumstance all point towards Danny Welbeck this weekend, with a minor injury scare apparently already shrugged off as he prepares to face the club who deemed him surplus to requirements.
A couple of goals for England will have ensured that he’s got his eye in ahead of welcoming his old friends from Manchester United to the Emirates Stadium, and given the state of their defence at the moment he’ll be more than confident of notching a goal. Whether or not he’ll celebrate it is another matter entirely.
THE OUTSIDER: Ayoze Perez (£4.9m) – Home v QPR
Its three in three now for Newcastle’s talented young Spanish attacker Ayoze Perez, who took a few weeks to get used to the pace of the Premier League but now seems determined to set it.
His delightful flicked finish in the win at West Brom last time out underlined the fact that the 21-year-old isn’t afraid to attempt what may would deem unattemptable, and at home to QPR he’s certain to get chances – both conventional and unconventional ones.
THE CAPTAIN: Diego Costa (£11.0m) – Home v West Brom
Jose Mourinho got his way and got to keep hold of Diego Costa for two weeks instead of sending him away to those nasty folk at the Spanish FA, who were obviously going to make him play whilst he’s injured – against Jose’s wishes.
You can be certain that he’ll be fit to lead the line for the Blues at home to West Brom, and you also be pretty certain that he’ll score a goal or two. Don’t miss out.
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