Fantasy Premier League tips: Five players you must transfer in for Gameweek 11, including Manchester United, Chelsea and Man City stars

1 Nov

We’re almost a third of the way through the 2019/20 Premier League season and it hasn’t disappointed.

Neither has the Fantasy Premier League with regular top points-scorers not quite as prolific and a number of bright young stars putting in impressive performances.

Leicester stars Jamie Vardy and Ayoze Perez both scored hat-tricks against Southampton and earned 20 points
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At the moment you’ve either just made your wildcard or getting it primed as you attempt to make a lunge for glory in your mini-leagues.

Luckily, we’re here to help you make some tough choices.

So who should you think about bringing in this week? talkSPORT.com has identified five must-haves for Gameweek 11.

Have a look at our verdict below…


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Aaron Connolly (Brighton) – £6.0m

The Irish youngster was one of our picks last week and remains a top tip thanks to his minuscule price.
He’s likely to continue getting games having impressed Graham Potter – even if they are from the bench.
Connolly may be a superb cheap option if you only play with two strikers.
Connolly has the potential to be a cheap points-scorer for you
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Marcus Rashford (Manchester United) – £6.0m

A month is a long time in football.
Ahead of the last international break, the English striker was having a tough time of it but now he’s back at it pelting in goals from all angles.
On Wednesday night even Sat Nav couldn’t have helped Willy Caballero track the swerving free-kick which won United their Carabao Cup tie with Chelsea.
Promising upcoming fixtures make Rashford a nailed on pick.
Marcus Rashford was Manchester United’s hero on Wednesday night
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Anthony Martial (Manchester United) – £6.0m

Don’t fancy Rashford? Why not go for returning team-mate Martial.
The kicker here is the French forward is listed as a midfielder, which makes him a very attractive proposition as the Red Devils get closer to a full-strength squad.
He got a goal against Norwich last weekend and has a nice run coming up.
Anthony Martial made up for his penalty miss by scoring United’s final goal against Norwich
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Christian Pulisic (Chelsea) – £6.0m

A hat-trick against Burnley won’t happen every week for the American star but we should sit up and take notice.
He was in the right place for three goals and the treble will no doubt have sent his confidence soaring.
A clash with Man City is the only upcoming blot on the Blues’ fixture list of which Pulisic is likely to play a considerable part.
Christian Pulisic left Turf Moor with the match ball last weekend
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Benjamin Mendy (Man City) – £6.0m

The French full-back started the last two Premier League games for City and may now be set for a long spell playing – unless injury strikes again.

At the very least he provides a short-term upside given his two clean sheets but watch out for some tricky fixtures coming up.

He may also benefit from being a possible candidate to be substituted early in games, saving him points rather than losing them in the late stages of games.

Benjamin Mendy has been cruelly hit by injuries since his move to City
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