There were some big individual performances this weekend, including a hat-trick for Ivan Toney and another return for Erling Haaland.
In FPL GW7 there will hopefully be some more double-digit hauls, but which assets are likely to do that this gameweek?
These are the best players to bring in for GW7.
Best Players to Transfer In for FPL GW7
|Name||Team||Position||Price||Pick %||GW6 Points||Total Points|
- Price: £7.5m
- Picked by: 5%
- Fixtures: Crystal Palace (a), Leeds (H), Man City (a)
Antony made the perfect first impression on his United debut, scoring the first in their 3-1 win over Arsenal.
Last season, playing for Ajax in the Eredivisie, he scored 8 times, taking 79 shots (9th most) at a rate of 4.1 per 90 (second most).
He also got 0.8 assists per 90 in European competitions last campaign, ranking him in the highest percentile amongst wingers in Europe’s top 5 leagues.
The Brazilian went straight into the starting lineup at Old Trafford and cost nearly £90m, so the right-wing spot should be his.
- Price: £7.2m
- Picked by: 20%
- Fixtures: Southampton (a), Arsenal (H), Bournemouth (a)
Toney is on the list for the second gameweek running, and for good reason.
The forward actually had a price drop before GW6, before punishing his sellers with a hat-trick against Leeds.
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His tally is now 5 for the season and is the third top scorer behind Haaland and Mitrovic.
He also has two assists and has the 6th highest xGI in the league (4.9).
At the moment he is really providing value for his price.
- Price: £6.8m
- Picked by: 25%
- Fixtures: Chelsea (H), Nottingham Forest (a), Newcastle (H)
Forwards in the £6.5m and upwards category are proving excellent value this season, with Mitrovic another racking up the points.
The Serbian international has 6 goals (second most), whilst boasting the third highest xG (4.4), taking 25 shots overall (most).
He also has four goal-creating actions too, with his strength proving a real handful for the opposition that makes him a threat against any team, as well as being on penalties.
In GW7 they face Chelsea in the West London Derby, who haven’t clicked yet, before facing Forest, who’ve allowed 17.3 shots per game (most).
- Price: £5.7m
- Picked by: 1%
- Fixtures: Brighton (H), Newcastle (a), Brentford (H)
If you’d suggested Bournemouth assets a week ago then nobody would take you seriously, but there’s one possible exception.
Solanke helped them come from 2-0 down to win 3-2 at Nottingham Forest, scoring the equaliser.
He helped promote the Cherries last season, scoring 29 goals and getting 7 assists, and has come close a few times this term, hitting the target from 67% of his shots.
Their fixtures aren’t dauntingly difficult and for his price, he could be a nice budget option.
- Price: £5.2m
- Picked by: 35%
- Fixtures: West Ham (a), Bournemouth (H), Fulham (a)
Trippier and Newcastle have been impenetrable, keeping three clean sheets.
As well as being part of a resolute defence, the full-back is great going forward too.
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He’s ranked second for creativity amongst defenders in FPL’s creativity index and has one goal too.
His xA is the 7th highest out of all the defenders (1), making 12 key passes (9th most), 14 passes into the box (5th most), and 18 crosses.
Trippier takes corners too, taking the most so far (30). In his next three fixtures, he faces two of the newly promoted sides, Bournemouth and Fulham.