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FPL GW7 Free Transfer Glitz Son Heung-min #FPL #FPLCommunity #FantasyPL

Paneorder says the South Korean can trouble Brighton & Hove Albion after being involved in all six Premier League Matchweek.

Paneorder is tipping two players to produce big points in Gameweek 7 of Fantasy Premier League.

Son Heung-min (9.4m) had found the 10 times in all competition so far, as he continues his hot scoring streak. 

Midfielder Son has hit a rich vein of scoring form in Premier League as he has netted eight goals (14 shots attempts) in six appearances in Premier League, including a brace in his away win in Old Trafford.  

Indeed, he claimed his season-high haul of 24 points when Spurs beat Southampton 5-2 in Gameweek 2.

And now the visit of Brighton hands the in-form top scorer an opportunity to continue his hot-streak in Fantasy Premier League.

A shaky defence in Brighton & Hove Albion

The Spurs midfielder could be set to take advantage of suspensions for Brighton’s captain Lewis Dunk.

And his pace can expose Brighton’s weakness in defending placed shots.

Graham Potter’s men have conceded 12 goals, the joint-fourth-worst record in the Premier League.

That gives Son the opportunity to extend his recent output and bring in regular attacking returns over the opening Gameweeks.

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FPL GW7 Free Transfer Glitz Dominic Calvert-Lewin #FPL #FPLCommunity #FantasyPL

Paneorder says Everton striker offers strong all-round potential at St. James Park.

Paneorder is tipping two players to produce big points in Gameweek 7 of Fantasy Premier League.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin (EVE) 7.7m

The Everton centre-forward can deliver points at front end of the pitch away to Newcastle United this Sunday.

Calvert-Lewin has enjoyed his most successful attacking season in FPL, producing seven goals over his five Gameweek appearances.

Prior to this term, he had managed 13 goals and one assist in his previous Premier League campaign.

The Toffees striker became the first player to score in Everton’s first five league matches in a season since 1938/39, and the fourth Premier League player to achieve the feat.

Attacking beat in the league

The underlying statistics highlight Everton’s goal threat.

Their totals of 70-goal attempt ranks fourth among top six this season.

And his aerial threat, in particular, could be decisive again Steve Bruce side this weekend.

Newcastle, meanwhile, have conceded 102 shots and top of the ranking.

Dom’s popularity

Calvert-Lewin’s popularity is on the rise ahead of a trip to Newcastle.

The 23-year-old is one of the most-bought players in the Gameweek 6.

And his 420,000+ new owners will encouraged by his impressive record in meetings with the Toon Army.

Steve Bruce’s men have also struggled defensively and without a clean sheet in the last five of Gameweeks. 

This suggests Calvert-Lewin can reward his existing and growing ownership and get more goals on Sunday afternoon.

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Summary of FPL GW6 story

Bamford ended Aston Villa unbeaten run on Friday main event.

De Bruyne came off the bench with his solid display.

Zaha broke his last season scoring record. (5 goals)

Man Utd 0 Chelsea 0 –Cavani almost nets with first touch as Blues denied in cagey draw Read more

Liverpool extend their unbeaten Premier League run at Anfield to 62 matches and they have won 28 of their last 29 at home.

Calvert-Lewin is my poster boy in my FPL game. Read more

Bonus magnet – Raul Jimenez is highly rated in comparing to Callum Wilson.

Justin still kept his place in my starting lineup and substitute Vardy proved his worth. 

Karlan Grant is on my watchlist. Indeed, he scored an equalizer.

Son helped Spurs to reach a landmark away win as they won first three away PL matches for only the second time after 2017/18.

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FPL GW6 Free Transfer Glitz Emiliano Martinez #FPL #FPLCommunity #FantasyPL

Paneorder on why ex-Arsenal No 1 can reward managers seeking a new goalkeeper before the Gameweek 6 deadline

Paneorder highlights players for Fantasy Premier League managers to target with their free transfer.

Emiliano Martinez (AVL) 4.7m

Aston Villa’s goalkeeper can take advantage of a favourable schedule.

The Lions then face one of the promoted teams, Leeds United.

His run of opponents hands Martinez the chance to pick up from where he left off last season with Arsenal.

He claimed a total 31 points in Aston Villa’s last four matches, keeping clean sheets against Sheffield United, Fulham and Leicester City.

Martinez has recorded three shutouts in Argentine’s last nine matches in charge last term.

According to the Fixture Difficulty Ratings (FDR), only one of the Villans’ next ten matches score more than three.

That includes away trip Arsenal.

Arsenal’s upcoming fixtures can help him gain further points for managers looking for a new goalkeeper when they use their wildcard.

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FPL GW6 Free Transfer Glitz Mo Salah #FPL #FPLCommunity #FantasyPL

Paneorder highlights midfielders’ reliable returns in home matches ahead of his home encounter with Sheffield United

Paneorder is tipping one player to produce big points in Gameweek 6 of Fantasy Premier League.

Mo Salah (LIV) 12.3m

The winger has had a major influence in home matches since the Leeds’ match in Gameweek 1.

When selected, Salah was involved 75 per cent of their goals at home this term, compared with 50 per cent on the road.

Indeed, he produced four attacking returns in last four home games in 2019/20, scoring 1 goal and providing three assists.

The Egyptian continued that run in his first home fixture of 2020/21, against Promoted side, Leeds United in Gameweek 1.

Salah’s hat-trick earned him a 20-point bumper haul at Anfield.

He then followed that up with another two-goals against Aston Villa Park in Gameweek 4.

Favourable opponent?

Away from home this season, Sheffield United were among the poorest teams defensively after four Gameweeks. They conceded three goals in this period

Indeed, the Blades have not claim a single point with four straight defeats before their draw with Fulham. 

Salah is up against a porous Blades’ defence. He has the eye for goal to seize upon those weaknesses and bring in another big return at home on Saturday.

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