Fantasy Premier League Gameweek 6 kicks off on Friday the 20th of September at 8:00 pm UK time, when Southampton play host to Bournemouth.
Gameweek 6 will end on Sunday the 22nd of September, with Aston Villa traveling to Arsenal and Chelsea hosting Liverpool.
So, all of your transfers for GW6 need to be done by 7:00 pm UK time on Friday.
But if you are struggling to choose who to sign and who to sell this week, here are some tips.
Three in including Arsenal attacker
Teemu Pukki (7.1)
Teemu Pukki is simply unstoppable this season for Norwich.
In just five Premier League outings this season Pukki has already scored six goals and provided two assists.
Also, not only is he the top forward on FPL this season with 49 points, he is also the top player from any position with Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero currently in second spot.
Unlike Aguero though, Pukki is fairly cheap at just 7.1.
Pukki also seems to be able to score against pretty much anyone this season.
Already he has bagged goals against Liverpool, Manchester City and Chelsea.
Norwich have a fairly easy game this week as well, taking on Burnley.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (11.0)
The second player you could look to sign this week is Arsenal forward Pierre-Emrick Aubameyang.
The striker finished joint top goalscorer in the PL last season and that form looks to have continued over into this campaign.
In five PL outings, Aubameyang has already found the back of the net five times and provided one assist.
Two of those goals would come this past weekend when Arsenal faced Watford.
Even though the Gunners were not playing great Aubameyang was still able to bag himself a brace.
Arsenal are now set to take Aston Villa this weekend.
Villa are currently 17th in the Premier League and have won just one game all season.
Heung-Min Son (9.6)
The final player you may look to purchase for GW6 is Tottenham’s, Heung-Min Son.
Son would miss Spurs’ opening two games of the Premier League season so he doesn’t have the highest points total at the moment.
However, Son has proven in previous FPL seasons what a solid asset he can be and his form looks to be improving this campaign.
Son would provide and assist vs Arsenal before bagging a brace in Tottenham’s last Premier League outing vs Crystal Palace.
Tottenham are taking on Leicester City this weekend.
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Three out including Chelsea midfielder
Mason Mount (6.5)
Mason Mount has been one of Chelsea’s top players this season.
The midfielder has scored three goals in five PL games already this season and at just 6.5 is a great bargain.
However, firstly, Chelsea are playing Liverpool this weekend, which will likely reduce Mount’s chances of scoring/assisting this game week.
Secondly, Mount was the victim of a horrible tackle vs Valencia earlier this week.
The Evening Standard have reported that Chelsea are optimistic that Mount will not be sidelined for long but for anyone who saw the tackle, you would think Sunday may come a bit too quickly for Mount.
Francis Coquelin on Mason Mount pic.twitter.com/whqi620BKp
— 101 Great Goals (@101greatgoals) September 17, 2019
Raul Jimenez (7.3)
Raul Jimenez was one of the bargain forwards during the 2018/19 FPL season.
However, both Wolves and Jimenez have not been in the best of form in 2019/20.
Wolves are one of just two sides in the English top-flight yet to pick up a win this season.
Jimenez is also not in the best of forming scoring twice for Wolves in the league, one of which was a penalty vs Burnley.
Also, at 7.3, you could sell Jimenez and by one of Teemu Pukki or Tammy Abraham, both of which are in much better form than Jimenez.
Dani Ceballos (5.7)
Dani Ceballos’ first start in an Arsenal shirt was excellent.
The Spaniard played 82 minutes vs Burnley and was one of the best players on the pitch.
During that game, Ceballos would bag himself two assists.
After such a good start to his Arsenal career, plus his low price tag, the Spaniard may have seemed like an attractive buy.
However, since his first start, Ceballos has yet to register a goal or assist in the league for Arsenal and his role looks more like he will be the one assisting the assister, rather than getting the assists himself.
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