Fantasy Premier League - Game Week 4

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Welcome to our weekly team selection for all your Fantasy Premier League Football needs this Game Week 4.

Fantasy Premier League - Game Week 4

After an indifferent week of Fantasy Premier League, we need some luck. So let’s take a look at the best picks for Game Week 4 including Raul Jimenez & Danny Ings.

Captain

Raul Jimenez (£8.6m) – Wolves

Yes, the Wolves picks last week didn’t exactly go well as they were hammered 4-0 by West Ham. However, this week is Fulham at home. If Wolves can’t score past this Fulham defence then they’ll struggle this season.

 

Goalkeeper

Bernd Leno (£5m) – Arsenal

Arsenal seems to be made of slightly sterner stuff under Mikel Arteta, whereas Sheffield United have been as goal-shy as they come. The Blades are yet to register on the score sheet this season.

 

Defender

Andrew Robertson (£7m) – Liverpool

The Scotland full-back appears to be taking on as many set-piece responsibilities as TAA this season. At £0.5m cheaper, that makes Robbo an irresistible pick for anyone’s defense.

 

Midfielder

Raheem Sterling (£11.5m) – Manchester City

City was poor against Leicester, who adopted a tactic of sitting back and hitting on the counter. Leeds won’t do that and there should be lots of chances at both ends. Back Sterling who will probably be playing in a more central role again.

 

Striker

Danny Ings (£8.4m) – Southampton

Ings seems to be carrying on his fine form from last season and will be confident of adding to his tally against a West Brom side who have conceded 11 goals in just 3 games already.

 

Wildcard

Timo Werner (£9.4m) – Chelsea

The argument maybe that Werner has been in the wrong position, however, he has looked very dangerous in every game this season. After a goal in the EFL Cup on Tuesday, expect Turbo to be on the scoresheet once again.

 

If you need a little bit of extra help, don’t forget to take a look at the Fantasy Premier League Guide.

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