Since the last Matchday of the Premier League on Saturday 2 October and Sunday 3 October 2021, 19 players have seen their prices rise as part of the daily price changes in Fantasy Premier League (FPL), while 34 premier league players’ prices have dropped in the same time.
20 teams will play this weekend on Saturday 16 October and Sunday 17 October for the eighth match weekend of the 2021/2022 Premier League season. The Scout, who writes about Fantasy Premier League for the Premier League, and the FPL experts have isolated several key players to watch out for ahead of this weekend.
Here is all the information you need to know regarding the new price changes for your FPL teams.
Which FPL players have seen their prices rise?
- Ivan Toney: The Brentford striker has risen in price up to £6.4million
- Thiago Emiliano da Silva: Chelsea star has a new cost of £5.5 million
- César Azpilicueta Tanco: Fellow Chelsea player has risen to a new cost of £6.1 million
- Wilfied Zaha: The Crystal Palace forward is now £7.0million
- Abdoulaye Doucouré: The central midfielder for Everton has a new price of £5.7 million
- Heung-Min Son: Tottenham Hotspurs star is now £10.1million
- Jamie Vardy: Leicester striker has risen to £10.5million
- Andros Townsend: Everton winger is now £5.6 million
- Hee-Chan Hwang: Wolverhampton Wanderers striker has a new price of £5.6million
- Mohamed Salah Ghaly: Liverpool hero has a new cost of £12.7million
Who has The Scout picked out to watch this week?
- IVAN TONEY
Writing for the Premier League, The Scout has said: “The Brentford striker’s form has improved recently, with both his goals and his two assists this season coming in the last five Gameweeks.
“Toney is about to enter a very favourable stretch of opponents who can help extend his upturn in output.”
Toney was Brentford’s top scorer in last season’s Championship scoring 31 goals and producing 10 assists.
- ADAM ARMSTRONG
Southampton signed their forward in the summer following Armstrong’s incredible success with Blackburn Rovers in the 2020/2021 Championship season.
Armstrong scored 28 goals and produced five assists for his former club.
The Scout writes “Although Armstrong has endured a slow start to the season, producing only one goal and one assist, the forward has represented the main goal threat for Saints.”
Armstrong has had 21 shots in the box, seven of which were on target, which is only second to West Ham United’s Michail Antonio who has 27 among the fantasy forwards.
- HWANG HEE-CHAN
Since scoring twice against Newcastle in Wolverhampton Wanderers last match Hwang Hee-Chan has earned over 161,000 new owners making him the most bought forward in Gameweek.
In his four appearances for Wolves, Hee-Chan has scored three times allowing Wolves to achieve the three points necessary in both games.
The Scout writes “he has outscored premium forward Cristiano Ronaldo (£12.6m) by 24 points to 22 since both made their first appearance of the campaign in Gameweek 4”
Who has the FPL predicted as the next big hot streaks?
- PHIL FODEN
In Foden’s two starts for Manchester City, he has had two goal attempts creating massive chances for his club. He is the current top Man City midfielder for top expected goals and top expected goal attempts.
The following matches against Burnley and Crystal Palace will give Foden even more opportunity to score extra points returns.
- MASON MOUNT
Mount has had a relatively slow start for Chelsea due to injury but has returned in full force remaining central to the creativity of Chelsea. He is constantly providing chances in the box for other strikers, predominantly Romelu Lukaku.
- SON HEUNG-MIN
While constantly being a good option to invest in, the last few matches in all competitions, Son has provided chances, scored goals and will look to go big in the next match
- RAUL JIMENEZ
In Jimenez’s last two games, he has had one goal and two assists and these figures are set to rise in Wolves next few games. His overall confidence has grown increasingly and he has incredible stats for this season.
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