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FPL Gameweek 13 Tips: Best Players to Transfer In

FPL GW13 is nearing and will hopefully be full of goals like last weekend, which included 36.

Both Steven Gerrard and Dean Smith got off to winning starts at their new clubs as Manchester United sacked Solskjaer, which could make United assets more appealing.

Best Players for FPL GW13

The best players you should be bringing in this week are Jamie Vardy, Diogo Jota and Joao Cancelo.

The most transferred in players currently before GW13 are Reece James, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Conor Gallagher.

PlayerTeamPositionPricePick %GW12 ScoreTotal Points
Jamie VardyLeicesterForward£10.6m26%262
Raul JimenezWolvesForward£7.8m13%851
Diogo JotaLiverpoolMidfielder£7.6m15%854
Joao CanceloMan CityDefender£6.6m34%1279
Sergio ReguilonSpursDefender£5.1m12%950

Jamie Vardy

  • Price: £10.6m
  • Picked by: 26%
  • Fixtures: Watford (H), Southampton (a), Aston Villa (a)

Vardy may have blanked in his last four games but he is a great option for GW13, with great fixtures coming up.

He’s still the second top scorer with 7 goals and has a non-penalty xG of 5.2 (fourth highest in league).

Despite his great fixtures, Vardy is the 5th most transferred out player ahead of his GW13 game against Watford, who haven’t kept a clean sheet yet.

He has scored 5 times against them in his career, as well as 5 against both Southampton and Villa.

Raul Jimenez

  • Price: £7.8m
  • Picked by: 13%
  • Fixtures: Norwich (a), Burnley (H), Liverpool (H)

Jimenez has scored twice in his last three matches taking 25 shots overall, the most in the Wolves team.

He’s also made 10 goal-creating actions (second most in league), 0.91 per 90, and has the most attacking returns for Wolves this season (three goals, two assists).

His next two opponents are Norwich and Burnley, with Norwich having the worst defence in the league (27 conceded) and Burnley, winless away from home, who’re allowing 16.5 shots per game, the most in the league.

After that he does face Liverpool and Man City, but for a two week option he’s very intriguing.

Diogo Jota

  • Price: £7.6m
  • Picked by: 15%
  • Fixtures: Southampton (H), Everton (a), Wolves (a)

Scoring at the weekend, Jota is a great pick yet again having taken his tally to 5 for the season, 0.6 per 90 (7th best in league).

His xG is the third best in the league (5.4), his npxG per 90 is also third (0.64) and he is also playing upfront for the league’s top scorers (scoring 35).

Liverpool’s fixtures are also good, playing Southampton next, who lost to bottom club Norwich, and Everton, who are out of form.

Joao Cancelo

  • Price: £6.6m
  • Picked by: 34%
  • Fixtures: West Ham (H), Aston Villa (a), Watford (a)

Attacking full-backs have been a revelation this season, with three of the top four points scorers being full-backs.

Cancelo himself has 79 points and his three assists doesn’t even begin to emphasise his involvement in the City attack.

He’s played the most progressive passes in the league (91), the most passes into the final third (98) and 32 into the penalty area (third most).

Being part of the City defence which has only conceded 6 (second best) is also a positive, and with a long run of favourable fixtures we can expect the points to continue.

Sergio Reguilon

  • Price: £5.1m
  • Picked by: 12%
  • Fixtures: Burnley (a), Brentford (H), Norwich (H)

One player we may see spike in ownership is Reguilon, playing further forward under Conte.

He scored against Leeds and has the highest npxG per shot in the Spurs team (0.17).

Also, he has two assists this term and has provided the most goal-creating actions in the team (four), as well as 11 crosses into the penalty area (second most in league).