Fulfill your fantasy football potential with the help of this Fantasy Premier League tips Gameweek 3 midfielders round-up.
Recommended midfielder picks for this gameweek include players from Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool, Everton, Bournemouth and Watford.
🌟 David Silva MCI, £8.4m
Returned to Pep Guardiola’s side with a typically virtuoso performance and sublimely taken free-kick in the 6-1 win over Huddersfield.
Get him while his starting price is reduced by £0.1m, because it looks like he’ll be key for Man City – especially in Kevin De Bruyne’s absence.
🌟 Pedro CHE, £6.6m
Looks like he’ll thrive in Maurizio Sarri’s more attacking system, having scored in each of the first two games – but who will drop out for Eden Hazard?
If it’s based on form so far, then it won’t be Pedro who loses his place. A trip to Newcastle awaits this weekend, followed by home games against Bournemouth and Cardiff.
🌟 Henrikh Mkhitaryan ARS, £7m
Looked menacing in the final third during the 3-2 defeat to Chelsea, getting a goal and assist, so he could have a field day at home to West Ham.
Nevertheless, his starting place across the course of the season is not yet assured so you might want to look elsewhere for now.
🌟 Sadio Mané LIV, £9.7m
Mané could yet prove to be every bit as essential as Mohamed Salah – perhaps even more so given how much cheaper he is.
A home game against Brighton offers another chance to rack up a monster score for Liverpool’s attacking talent.
🌟 Richarlison/Walcott EVE, £6.7m/£6.5m
With three goals from his first two games, it’s clear Richarlison will play a starring role for Everton this season.
But Theo Walcott looks in good nick too, grabbing a goal and assist against Southampton, so both could pose problems for Bournemouth this weekend.
🌟 Ryan Fraser BOU, £5.5m
Speaking of Bournemouth, Fraser has picked up where he left off last season with a goal and an assist from his first two games, and Everton’s defence looks suspect.
🌟 Roberto Pereyra WAT, £6.1m
Watford have made a flying start to the season, and Pereyra will line up at home to Crystal Palace having scored twice in his previous game at the Vicarage.