Fantasy Premier League tips Gameweek 4: Midfielders

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Raheem Sterling, one of our Fantasy Premier League tips for Gameweek 4 midfielders
Another Sterling performance from Raheem? Chortle (Image: Ross Bradley)

Gather round, folks – our Fantasy Premier League tips Gameweek 4 midfielders round-up is here to assist with all your Fantasy Premier League midfield selection needs!

These tips are based on FPL player prices, but the principles should apply more or less across the board – so even if you’re playing fantasy football at Sky Sports, the Telegraph, the Mirror or indeed anywhere else, there should still be something for you here.

As educated guesses go, rest assured that our Fantasy Premier League tips remain every bit as educated as they are guessed. If outright score predictions are what you seek, go see Mystic Megson.


Let’s do this thing…

Raheem Sterling, Liverpool – £8.7m

Brendan Rodgers said he’d step up another level and it’s looking to be the case – he’s made a flying start and could even be a shrewd choice of Gameweek 4 captain with Liverpool at home to Aston Villa.

How will Sterling fare? See Mystic Megson’s Liverpool v Aston Villa preview.

Alexis Sánchez, Arsenal – £10.4m

Should be an increased attacking emphasis on the Chilean in the absence of Olivier Giroud, and he could prosper with good one-touch players like Jack Wilshere, Aaron Ramsey and Danny Welbeck to link up with in and around the box.

Speaking of Ramsey, you really should have him too.

Will Sánchez and/or Ramsey be on the mark? Check with Mystic Megson’s Arsenal v Manchester City preview.

Jason Puncheon, Crystal Palace – £5.9m

Got off the mark with a goal in the 3-3 draw at Newcastle United last time out and has a good chance to continue at home to newly promoted Burnley this weekend.

Will Puncheon be punchin’ his weight? Consult Mystic Megson’s Crystal Palace v Burnley preview.

Aiden McGeady, Everton – £5.5m

An injury to Steven Pienaar has opened the door for McGeady as a starter at Everton, a spot he’s certainly earned with a goal at Leicester City on opening day and a magnificent assist for Steven Naismith in the 3-6 defeat to Chelsea.

Oh, and he’s just scored for Ireland. A player in form, clearly.

Feeling greedy for McGeady? Have a butcher’s at Mystic Megson’s West Brom v Everton preview.

Hatem Ben Arfa, Hull City – £5.8m

Will feel he has a point to prove, and what a chance he has to prove it with a home game against West Ham United on Monday night.

He’ll soon lose interest no doubt, but don’t miss out on the initial flurry if you spot one brewing – or would even, like us, be so bold as to anticipate one.

Thinking of giving him Arfa chance? Love ’em or Hatem, Mystic Megson’s predictions might help you on your way so have a gander at his Hull v West Ham preview.

Chelsea midfielders

Practically any of them, seemingly. You’re probably best off with Cesc Fàbregas in the long run, though.

Erring towards ‘yes way, José’? Take a peep at Mystic Megson’s Chelsea v Swansea preview.

Good luck and happy selecting!



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