Player Picks: Week 19

There are certainly a few fixtures here that stand out. For a cheaper way into the Villa defense, consider Jores Okore. Alexis Sanchez — I thought Sanchez would get rested here but with Giroud getting suspended, Arsenal are out of options. More on this story. ALL PICKS, SIMULATIONS, AND INSIGHTS

Log in to numberFire

Start Winning In Seconds

He did it all on Friday to earn fantasy points and with a home match against Swansea, I expect more of the same. Martin Skrtel can also be considered. Alan Hutton — Aston Villa face Sunderland at home. Their defense has been acceptable at home and a clean sheet is not out of the question. Hutton also has great fixtures ahead as he faces Crystal Palace and Leicester after week He can be comfortably used for the next three weeks. For a cheaper way into the Villa defense, consider Jores Okore.

Steven Caulker — The defender is a point machine without getting many clean sheets and with a high chance of a clean sheet this weekend he should be considered for your squad. Jose Fonte — Fonte has averaged eight points per match this season and was suspended for GW He will be fresh and have his hands full with Chelsea likely attacking for a majority of the game. That means interceptions and tackles for Fonte.

David Silva — He was taken out early for both of the last matches alongside Yaya Toure and both are expected to play tomorrow against Burnley. Without a striker, Manchester City have had to rely on Silva to create and score. When Manchester City score, he is likely to be involved. Oscar — Chelsea have a tough matchup but Oscar can find a way to get involved and is least likely to be rested. Christian Eriksen — He has been on fire and is involved in everything Tottenham do.

He can also score from free-kicks and is likely to at least put a shot or two on target from set pieces. Raheem Sterling — He has lead the line for Liverpool in the last few matches and has been fantastic. Sterling also scored the game-winning goal against Burnley and in a home match against Swansea, he should be considered.

Gylfi Sigurdsson — Gylfi scored a brilliant free-kick to win the match against Aston Villa and will look to cause problems against Liverpool. Mile Jedinak — Crystal Palace just lost their manager and if they are to do anything, it will have to come through their captain Jedinak. The Australian midfielder is second among midfielders in fantasy scoring for the season and his ability to intercept passes and win tackles make him a valuable resource.

He has scored at least nine points in every match in the past four weeks. Santi Cazorla — Cazorla averages ten points per match and has been brilliant for Arsenal in the absence of Aaron Ramsey. With Olivier Giroud suspended, Cazorla will have to create or finish something if Arsenal are to find the back of the net. Sadio Mane — Mane has been a fantasy goldmine whenever he starts and with Southampton dealing with injuries, he could certainly earn another start.

Ashley Young — Young has had two solid weeks in a row and is part of an explosive Manchester United attack. Mamadou Sakho — The Liverpool defender was excellent in week 18 and with Dejan Lovren struggling to get fit, he should make another appearances in week He did it all on Friday to earn fantasy points and with a home match against Swansea, I expect more of the same.

Martin Skrtel can also be considered. Alan Hutton — Aston Villa face Sunderland at home. Their defense has been acceptable at home and a clean sheet is not out of the question. Hutton also has great fixtures ahead as he faces Crystal Palace and Leicester after week He can be comfortably used for the next three weeks. For a cheaper way into the Villa defense, consider Jores Okore.

Steven Caulker — The defender is a point machine without getting many clean sheets and with a high chance of a clean sheet this weekend he should be considered for your squad. Jose Fonte — Fonte has averaged eight points per match this season and was suspended for GW He will be fresh and have his hands full with Chelsea likely attacking for a majority of the game. That means interceptions and tackles for Fonte.

David Silva — He was taken out early for both of the last matches alongside Yaya Toure and both are expected to play tomorrow against Burnley.

Without a striker, Manchester City have had to rely on Silva to create and score. When Manchester City score, he is likely to be involved. Oscar — Chelsea have a tough matchup but Oscar can find a way to get involved and is least likely to be rested. Christian Eriksen — He has been on fire and is involved in everything Tottenham do. He can also score from free-kicks and is likely to at least put a shot or two on target from set pieces.

Raheem Sterling — He has lead the line for Liverpool in the last few matches and has been fantastic. Sterling also scored the game-winning goal against Burnley and in a home match against Swansea, he should be considered. Gylfi Sigurdsson — Gylfi scored a brilliant free-kick to win the match against Aston Villa and will look to cause problems against Liverpool. Mile Jedinak — Crystal Palace just lost their manager and if they are to do anything, it will have to come through their captain Jedinak.

The Australian midfielder is second among midfielders in fantasy scoring for the season and his ability to intercept passes and win tackles make him a valuable resource. He has scored at least nine points in every match in the past four weeks. Santi Cazorla — Cazorla averages ten points per match and has been brilliant for Arsenal in the absence of Aaron Ramsey.

With Olivier Giroud suspended, Cazorla will have to create or finish something if Arsenal are to find the back of the net. Related topics English Premier League. More on this story. Fantasy Premier League gameweek four preview 31 Aug France fan zone organiser apologises for Hong Kong World Cup celebrations but glad it was not as bad as in Paris Many users You are signed up.

We think you'd also like. Thank you You are on the list. Most Popular Viewed 1. Asian Games medal table: Thousands visit West Kowloon terminus of high-speed rail on open day. Favourites fall, freeze and stung by bees: Hong Kong's best-ever Asian Games haul prompts call for more funding. Police get new weapon to use against violent demonstrators. Trump, the new Teflon president that America needs now. You may also like. Expect the unexpected as classical music innovators cast off shackles In partnership with: Leisure and Cultural Services Department.