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Premier League Fantasy Football tips for gameweek 7

Friday 29th September 2017
The season is now well under-way and you're still getting stick from your mates because of your poor fantasy scores. Worry no more, for our Premier League Fantasy Tips will mean you will get bragging rights.

Richarlison  - Watford



Richarlison has settled into life under the Premier League very nicely indeed. With two goals to his name and a string of impressive performances, the Brazilian import is thriving under the tutelage of Marco Silva.

A late goal away - which turned out to be the winner - at Swansea last weekend will have given him even more confidence and marks him out as a potential high-scorer this weekend.

Watford travel to West Brom, a notoriously difficult away-day, but this match is likely to be decided on a piece of magic; if you want a moment of inspiration, Richarlison is your man.

£6.1 million is a fair price, but it potentially can be considered a slight bargain should the forward continue his form.

Jordon Ibe - Bournemouth



A peripheral figure for most of his first season under Eddie Howe, Ibe is determined to break into the first team and make a name for himself.

The winger bagged himself two assists as the Cherries beat Brighton for their first win of the season two weeks ago, and looked lively as Bournemouth narrowly went down 2-1 against Everton last weekend.

At home, against Leicester City, the impetus will be on Howe's team to attack and Ibe will be called upon to be one of the main creative outlets. Do not be surprised if the former Liverpool man claims a goal or assists: this could be a wildcard selection that reaps plenty of reward for your Premier League Fantasy team.

At £4.9 million, Ibe represents a steal - his potential to produce means this fee could go a long, long way.

Anthony Martial - Manchester United



Another winger out to make an impression after a shaky previous season, Martial is beginning to blossom under the guidance of Jose Mourinho. Scintillating against CSKA Moscow in United 4-1 demolition of the Russians, Martial should be handed another start as the Red Devils welcome a meek Crystal Palace to Old Trafford.
The sensible money is on a Manchester United win; and an emphatic one at that. The Reds should ease through this fixture and rack up plenty of goals - expect the Frenchman to be involved in most of these said goals on Saturday afternoon.

£8.0 million represents a risk because the chances of him starting depends on Mourinho, but if he does start, he will score; this might be a gamble worth taking.

Aaron Ramsey - Arsenal



The much-maligned figure at Arsenal is beginning to win fans back with two laudable performances against Chelsea and West Bromwich Albion. Deployed in his favoured position against West Brom - the no.10 role - Ramsey was vibrant, creative and a constant menace. It was his run which brought the penalty for Arsenal's decisive second goal.

The Welshman is very much a form player and when he is full of confidence, his performances invariably reflect such belief. Arsene Wenger should play Ramsey at no.10 again on Sunday and the ex-Cardiff City midfielder is likely to pop up with either an assist or a goal as the Gunners look to break down a sturdy Brighton defence.

£7.0 million is a fair price for a player who is capable of so much and could be very influential in your Premier League Fantasy outfit.
Michael Jones

Football & political writer with a predictable love of everything retro. English Literature undergraduate at the University of Exeter, looking to pursue a career in sports journalism. For a collection of my work, visit. http://mikejonesmedia.wordpress.com

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