After three weeks of established stars bringing in the points, could we see a few new names rise to the top of the fantasy football rankings this week? Here's what we've gone for in our Fantasy Premier League tips:
Fantasy Premier League Tips
James Maddison (Leicester City) - £7.0m
Maddison has been in fantastic form to start the new season, and was rewarded with an England call-up this afternoon. Leicester host a Bournemouth side this weekend who tend to be involved in high scoring games, something the attacking midfielder could benefit from.
He has a goal and two assists in his last three appearances in all competitions, a run he could well add to on Saturday.
Raheem Sterling (Manchester City) - £12.1m
One of the most obvious picks you could make, but there's a reason for it. Brighton at home looks like a gimme for City, and with Sterling in this type of form he is almost guaranteed to bring in a few points.
Mason Mount (Chelsea) - £6.2m
Mason Mount has already dispelled any notions that he is not ready for first team football at Chelsea and has arguably been their best player this season.
They host Sheffield United this weekend, a game you would fancy them to win. Mount will be a major factor in the outcome of the game and now could the time to get him in before his price rises even further.
Paul Dummett (Newcastle United) - £4.5m
Will the win against Spurs spark Newcastle's season into light? It was a sturdy defensive performance that got them over the line in that one and it will be interesting to see if they can continue that form against Watford.
The crowd should be behind them after their win in London, and a clean sheet seems like a real possibility. If you fancy them, Dummett is a potential bargain.
Sébastien Haller (West Ham) - £7.4m
We could be a week late with this pick, but Haller looked mightily impressive in the win over Watford. A pair of goals means he is now up and running in the Premier League and you wouldn't back against him adding to his tally this weekend.
While Norwich have impressed upon their return to the English top flight, they do look pretty open at the back. A talented West Ham side should be able to take advantage of that, with Haller being the most likely benefactor.
Ederson (Manchester City) - £6.1m
While Brighton do look improved going forward so far in this campaign, this still seems like one of the likeliest clean sheets of the season. Ederson is a costly option to have in goal, but with City having a very favourable run of fixtures on the horizon, he is an investment worth making.
Joel Matip (Liverpool) - £5.4m
Liverpool have yet to keep a clean sheet this season, but you feel they will start to arrive sooner rather than later. While van Dijk, Alexander-Arnold and Robertson are all incredibly popular choices in FPL, Matip could be the best option.
Considering the form the former Schalke man has displayed so far this season, you would expect him to be given an extended run in the team.With the defensive potential of this team (especially when Alisson returns), that makes his price tag seem like a real bargain.