Best 3 lineups for Fantasy Premier League week 1 opener

The EPL is finally about to kick off this weekend, and there is noting better than laughing at your mates for lack of knowledge in football. So lets get on with helping you secure the n1 spot in your league.

In order to do so, we are giving you the 3 best possible lineups for THIS weekend. these tips are not intended for a full season lineup, We will however publish a piece later this week on who to watch and who to pick for the long season ahead.

Lineup 1- Low risk


Alisson and Trent Alexander-Arnold

Liverpool are meeting up in Anfield with new comers Norwich, We can bank on a double clean sheet here. the later will also have a more active role in the reds set-pieces so assists and goals should be expected as well .

Oleksandr Zinchenko

Zinchenko is going to be a starter for City (as long as Mendy is out and until Cancelo will start to blend in) and he will also have an active role in attack as well , We had a chance to see his involvment with the first goal in Wembley against Liverpool.

Serge Aurier

Aurier is the only starting caliber right back for Spurs after the sale of Trippier to Athletico Madrid and they are hosting another new comer Aston villa this weekend.


Mo Salah

Salah doesn’t need an intro. After threatening the goal 10 times against Man City last weekend whilst winning 8 duels– he looks like a sure thing for the captain role this weekend


Richarlison was handed a wing starting spot for Brazil first 2 games in the Copa America, but failed to impresse and lost the shirt to fellow Premier League Gabriel Jesus, you must remember though that Richarlison just turned 22 years old and is showing an incredible improvment graph with 13 goals scored last season, we can only expect this number to grow and he seems as great return for his prcie.

Wilfried Zaha

16/17- 7 Goals and 11 Assists, 17/18- 9 Goals and 7 assists, 18/19- 10 Goals and 11 Assists, Ranked 15th in points amongst Midfielders last season- Zaha is involved in either a Goal or an Assist every 144 minutes. For a 7.0 price tag, he is simply to good to miss out on.

James Ward-Prowse

After scoring 7 goals in 1940 min’ last season (21 games of 90), young Ward-Prowse is bound to be handed a leading role with the Saints, as their main free kicks and corners taker, he is expected to rack up points this season.


Harry Kane

As long as he is Healthy, Kane is the best centre attacker averaging 25 goals a season over the past 5 years. With Son suspended for the next couple of weeks, Kane is the only executioner for Suprs. Kane looked excellent in pre-season and we believe he will boom against Villa this weekend, same Villa that conceded an average of 1.35 goals a game in the Championship last season.

Callum Wilson

Last season , Wilson was involved in a goal or an assist every 97 minutes, and with the cherries hosting Sheffield Utd this weekend, Wilson has a huge potential.

Gerard Deulofeu

With 10 goals and 5 assists last season, most of them in the last 5 months of the season, Deulofeu looks like lead player for Watford in the coming months. The Hornets are hosting a weak Brighton side this weekend and Deulofeu is ready to dribble past Duffy and Dunk.

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