6 Fantasy Premier League Tips For Gameweek 13

6 Fantasy Premier League Tips For Gameweek 13
By Eoin Lyons Updated

Another international break has drawn to a close... thank fuck for that! No more international footie until March of next year and fantasy football fans can again bring their focus back to their fantasy Premier League teams.

Here are some tips ahead of gameweek 13.

Fantasy Premier League Tips for Gameweek 13

Richarlison

The Everton forward has been gathering momentum for Everton this season and is comes back from Brazil with a goal in a friendly against Cameroon. The 21-year-old will set you back £7m, but already has 59 points this season.

Andrew Robertson

Andrew Robertson's assist competition with team mate Trent Alexander Arnold has meant that this season the Scotland captain has been one of the best attacking full backs in the league. Robertson(£6.5m) has assisted three goals this term and has been involved in seven clean sheets.

Literally any Man City player

If you don't have any Man City players in your team, then I truly have to question your sanity. Ayemeric Laporte (£7m) is the FPL managers choice this week.

Benjamin Mendy is out with a knee injury and there are doubts around Bernardo Silva's involvement this weekend, but any of David Silva (£8.6m), Leroy Sane (£9.2) or Raheem Sterling (£11.2m) would constitute a sound investment.

Salomon Rondon

With Newcastle coming off of two wins on the bounce, and with winnable fixtures against Burnley, West Ham, Everton and Wolves, it may be time to draft the Venezuelan into your squad. Rondon (£5.7m) was the match winner with two goals against Bournemouth last time out and is the focal point of Rafa Benitez's attack.

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Ben Chilwell

Leicester's in form full back is inexpensive at £5.1m and has secured 44 points so far this season in FPL. Upcoming games against Brighton, Watford and Fulham represent a good opportunity for the Englishman to add to his tally.

Ryan Fraser

Bournemouth have had an excellent start to the season with the diminutive Ryan Fraser one of the main reasons foe Eddie Howe's success. In his last two games the midfielder garnered 17 points and at just £6.2m is worth a punt.

 

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