The Premier League is back and with it comes another round of fixtures for fantasy football fans to chew over.
But who should you pick for MailOnline’s brilliant Fantasy Football game? Sportsmail have assessed the best bargains available ahead of the weekend’s clashes.
Here are six players who could make the difference, with a number of star names tipped for a return to form.
Alexandre Lacazette – £8.5million
Back amongst the goals against Crystal Palace, we’re tipping him to score his 10th Premier League goal against Swansea on Tuesday.
Alexandre Lacazette is back amongst the goals for Arsenal and comes up against Swansea
Sadio Mane – £7.5million
Surprisingly, Liverpool failed to score at Swansea last time out, but we’re confident it won’t happen again as they travel to Huddersfield.
Firmino and Salah are already hugely popular, and looking at recent form, Mane should be too.
Sadio Mane failed to impress against Swansea, but he’ll be determined to put it right
Theo Walcott – £5.6million
An assist on his debut, we’re hoping he’ll go one better and get on the scoresheet against Leicester.
At just £5.6m, he’s an absolute bargain.
Theo Walcott got off to a good start at Everton with an assist and will be looking to score
Raheem Sterling – £8.8million
A little bit behind De Bruyne and Aguero when it comes to being ownership, but Sterling has outscored both this season.
With the injury to Sane, he’s a sure starter, and will be looking to add to his 14 goals and eight assists for the season.
Raheem Sterling can add to his 14 goals and eight assists for Manchester City this season
Alex Sanchez – £8.6million
Manchester United’s new signing is expected to feature in what should be a thoroughly entertaining tie at Wembley.
Get him in before the bandwagon starts.
Alexis Sanchez makes his Premier League debut against former club Arsenal’s rival Tottenham
Select a captain for double points and there’s plenty of worthwhile contenders.
Sergio Aguero looks a safe bet, and Salah rarely lets us down.
Eden Hazard also looks very tempting with Chelsea hosting Bournemouth.
Sergio Aguero is always a good choice for captain but Eden Hazard is also an option