Fantasy Premier League Gameweek 5 : With a favourable set of fixtures slated for gameweek 5, the striking facet offers immense value this time around
While the opening exchanges of the Premier League 2019-20 haven’t been too kind to the worldclass, star performing strikers, gameweek 5 could see that all change. Given the fixtures lined up starting Saturday for the latest round of faceoffs in the exhibition league, we could finally see the colossal names put in momentous displays, using their innate ability to find the goal amply.
And it’s this proposition which leads us to identifying the five best names to indulge in when it comes to Fantasy Premier League. Dwelling into the pool of options, we encountered a slew of tantalising and enticing names in the strikers’ facet, all who came bearing immense value of the upcoming gameweek with us nailing down on the five most ideal names keeping in mind their fixtures.
5 Strikers Who Offer Colossal Value In Gameweek 5
It would have been an insult to our footballing knowledge if we had not sought out the Manchester City striker as the leading name over here. In Sergio Aguero, we have not just a player to get at any costs but someone who is captaincy material for gameweek 5, given the extremely tasty clash he has lined up against Norwich City.
With people turning to Raheem Sterling and Salah as names to go ahead with as their captain, at just 26.1%, Aguero is not only lower owned than them but is bound to get a rich bagful of gaols given the identity of his opposition. Get him into your side by any means and leave him there for the rest of the season.
The Tottenham man has not really taken the Premier League apart, something he’s done on a consistent basis since the last couple of years but with a ravishing showing in the international matches, Kane was quick to remind everyone of his worth. He ended up snaring the four goals in the two bygone Euro 2020 Qualifiers, including a hattrick against San Marino in display which showcased his efficiency and clinical nature infront of the goal.
Chelsea face an extremely sticky fixture this gameweek with the side going away to a daunting Wolverhampton side but that is by no means going to deter them from putting on some alluring displays when it comes to the attacking side of their gameplan. If anything has been made clear in the side’s initial showings, it’s that attack will be given the topmost priority under the tutelage of Frank Lampard irrespective of the identity of the opposition.
And with Tammy Abraham perched right at the front of this delightful attacking proposition, he’s bound to get atleast a goal or assist, something which paired with his price tag of 7.2 million makes him a solid option to roll in.
The recent feud between Mohamed Salah and Mane brought to the forefront the vital importance of Roberto Firmino to this Liverpool side. Not only does he bind together the two attacking players, being someone who is always ready to pass on the ball and work for the team rather than scoring his own goals but is also heavily involved in all the successes the side taste up the pitch.
With Newcastle at home his time around, this might just be the match for Firmino to explode and befittingly fill his bag with the goals he’s deserved so rightfully up till now.
With Alexander Lacazette out till October, all the attacking onus will squarely lie on Aubameyang for Arsenal, seeing the striker being fielded out purely as a striker for the upcoming month. And with the side facing off against Watford this time around, this is just the kind of clash to get in the striker given the paper thin identity of his opposition’s defence.
Watford are entrapped in a turmoil, one which sees them languishing in the trenches of the points tally which lead to them removing their manager as well recently. Arsenal should further pile on their misery in this clash with Aubameyang being the focal point of everything right they do up the pitch.
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