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FPL GW10 Transfer Tips: Who Are the Best Picks?

As GW10 approaches, there are some exciting picks from teams like Arsenal, Aston Villa, Brighton, and Liverpool – all of whom boast good fixtures.

This is one of those gameweeks where there are a lot of players you’ll want to bring in but unless you’re on a wildcard, you’ll need to be selective.

Here are the best players to transfer in for FPL GW10.

Bukayo Saka

Saka has been a standout performer for Arsenal this season, displaying his attacking prowess and consistency.

Averaging 7.2 points per match (3rd in midfielders), he has contributed 8 goals and assists in 9 games.

His xGI per 90 of 0.85 highlights his ability to be consistent and reliable.

Going into GW10 against Sheffield Utd, Saka has 7th best goalscoring odds (44%) and 2nd best assist odds (27%).

However, there are concerns over his fitness.

He missed Arsenal’s clash with Man City and went down injured, briefly, in the Champions League. He did carry on and play 81 minutes, though.

You can track his exact chances of starting on our Fantasy Premier League team news page.

Ollie Watkins

Watkins has been in phenomenal form this season, scoring 70 points in just 9 appearances. Only Mohamed Salah has more points so far this season (75).

Impressively, he’s only blanked once this season and in his last 4 games, he’s scored 5 goals and provided 4 assists.

He is averaging an impressive 7.8 points per game, which is 0.8 points more per game than Haaland.

The cherry on top of all of this is Aston Villa’s upcoming fixtures.

With Luton (H), Nottingham Forest (a), and Fulham (H) in the next 3 GWs, Watkins has a great opportunity to continue amassing points.

Don’t expect him to continue at the rate he has been, though!

Kaoru Mitoma

Mitoma has faced a bit of a dry spell lately, blanking in the last three games.

However, it’s essential to consider Mitoma given Brighton’s upcoming fixtures.

They are set to face Fulham (H), Everton (a), Sheffield Utd (H) and Nott’m Forest (a) in the next 4 GWs.

Also, Brighton is one of the Premier League’s top attacking teams, ranking third in goals and fourth in expected goals (xG).

Roberto De Zerbi is quickly gaining a reputation for his own version of ‘Pep roulette’ but Mitoma seems to be exempt from it.

Gabriel Magalhaes

Arsenal face Sheffield Utd at home and Gabriel is the easiest way into Arsenal’s defense.

After not starting for the first 3 games this season, he has played a full 90 mins in every single game since.

Arsenal has kept 3 clean sheets during that period as well.

Moreover, as per clean sheet odds, Arsenal top the charts with a 57% chance of keeping a clean sheet in GW10.

Konstantinos Tsimikas

With Robertson’s injury and his absence for the rest of 2023, Tsimikas is the obvious and reliable replacement.

Liverpool has a series of easy fixtures ahead, including Nottingham Forest (H) and Luton (a) in the next two GWs.

His first proper game this season saw him provide the managers with a handy 6 points before he was subbed after playing 61 mins.

Considering his low price tag of £4.5m, he provides an affordable option for your defense.