With the league season almost a third of the way through, most Fantasy Premier League managers will have a fairly settled squad. There will be however, problem positions for every FPL user and with gameweek 11 bearing down upon us, we take a look at some ins and outs you should consider for the upcoming weekend.
Fantasy Premier League - Who To Pick
He is currently the most transferred in player in FPL transferred into over 250,000 after a stellar performance against Burnley and a crucial cameo against Man United and the former Evertonian looks set to feature again against Crystal Palace on Sunday.
Watford's Roberto Pererya has been in fine fettle as of late. The Argentinian has two goals in his last two PL appearances and with Newcastle and Southampton next up, you wouldn't bet against him adding to his tally.
Martial has found his shooting boots as of late, which has led to a rush of FPL managers bringing the Frenchman into their team. United's big fixture on the horizon is Manchester City, but with the Red Devils facing Bournemouth this weekend and then Crystal Palace and Southampton after the Manchester derby it should be a good run of games for the striker to add to his FPL points this season.
Although the Belgian is rated as only having a 75% chance of featuring against Palace, Gianfranco Zola has been talking up his chances of being ready for Sunday. Hazard has been the standout player in the Premier League so far, and he's worth keeping in your team.
Old Slabhead has a favourable run of fixtures coming up. Maguire is priced at a reasonable £5.5m, and with Leicester's next four fixtures against Cardiff, Burnley, Brighton and Watford, expect the Engalnd international keep at least
Fantasy Premier League - Who To Avoid
It might be time to get rid of any Crystal Palace players from your team with Chelsea, Tottenham and Man United their next three fixtures. It's hard to see Wilf Zaha getting much joy against that trio.
Bournemouth are another team who will struggle for results in upcoming weeks with matches against Man United, Newcastle, Arsenal and Manchester City on the horizon. As much as you fancy the in form Josh King, it might be an idea to look for another striker for the next couple of games.
Fulham have been in terrible for as of late and despite the Serbian bringing in 48 FPL points the Cottagers have Arsenal and Chelsea coming up so it might be better to go with someone like the evergreen Glenn Murray (£6.5m) or Kelechi Iheanacho (£5.9).