Fantasy Premier League Gameweek 13 kicks off on Saturday the 23rd of November at 12:30 pm UK time, when West Ham play host to Tottenham.
Gameweek 13 will end on Monday the 25th of November, with Newcastle traveling to Aston Villa.
So, all of your transfers for GW13 need to be done by 11:30 am UK time on Saturday.
But if you are struggling to choose who to sign and who to sell this week, here are some tips.
Three in including Tottenham forward
Harry Kane (10.8)
Tottenham haven’t had a great start to the campaign.
Spurs head into the weekend’s action down in 14th place in the Premier League, after amassing just three wins from their opening 12 outings.
Despite their poor form, Harry Kane has still had a decent start to the season, netting six and assisting one in 11 appearances.
And now, with Jose Mourinho at the helm, Spurs should really begin to improve in the coming weeks.
Mourinho’s first game as Tottenham boss is vs West Ham on Saturday.
Like Spurs, West Ham have had a dismal start to the season, and this tie should present a great chance for Mourinho to notch his first win as Tottenham boss, with Kane likely to be among the goals.
Ricardo Pereira (6.1)
12 games into the PL season, Leicester are arguably one of the biggest overachievers so far.
Brendan Rodgers has managed to get the Foxes up to 2nd in the English top-flight, one point above Manchester City.
One of Leicester’s standout stars this season has been Ricardo Pereira.
Pereira has notched up five assists and two goals in the league this campaign.
This has made the Portuguese star the second-best defender on FPL, with an impressive 61 points.
Leicester are facing Brighton this gameweek, and while the Seagulls are in decent form, a Leicester win does look quite likely, based on their recent form.
Everton are not having their greatest start to a PL season.
The Toffees are currently sat 15th in the league and, at one point, it looked as though they could slip into the relegation zone.
However, Marco Silva’s side bagged themselves three points in their last clash, and their game this week should prove another good opportunity to earn a win.
Everton will play host to newly-promoted Norwich City.
The Canaries are currently dead bottom of the Premier League, with just seven points amassed from 12 league games.
So, you should probably have an Everton player in your side this week.
One solid shout would be Richarlison. The Brazilian is Everton’s highest scorer on FPL in 2019/20 after netting three and assisting three in the league.
Three out including Liverpool attacker
Josh King (6.3)
Both Bournemouth and Josh King have had solid starts to the season.
The Cherries are 9th in the Premier League, while King has scored three and assisted three in 12 appearances.
And at just 6.3, King may have been seen by some people as an attractive budget forward.
However, Eddie Howe confirmed in his latest press conference that King will miss this weekend’s game vs Wolves due to a hamstring problem he picked up with Norway.
Howe also speculated that King could be out for a couple of weeks. So, it is probably a good idea to sell the Bournemouth man.
Joshua King will NOT play against Wolves tomorrow
— AFC Bournemouth (@afcbournemouth) November 22, 2019
Mohamed Salah (12.3)
By his usual standards, Mohamed Salah is having a decent start to the season, but his form probably isn’t currently justifying his 12.3 price-tag.
As well as Salah not really impressing that much, the Egyptian may not feature this weekend.
Liverpool confirmed on Friday that they will make a late call over the winger’s availability for the Crystal Palace clash.
So, given his rather average form, and the fact that we still don’t know if he will feature on Saturday, perhaps the best thing to do would be to sell Salah and replace him with someone like Sadio Mane.
Kepa isn’t having a bad season at Chelsea.
However, at 5.5, the Spaniard isn’t justifying his price-tag.
The Chelsea shot-stopper is currently only the 15th best goalkeeper on FPL, with the likes of Matt Ryan a lot better value for money than Kepa.
Ryan is the best keeper on FPL currently, and only costs 4.7
The London outfit are also taking on Manchester City this gameweek, meaning a clean sheet is probably unlikely for Chelsea.