Daily Fantasy Premier League Football Picks & Cash League - Gameweek 7

8:43am Sep 26 2019

Pick your best 11-man lineup from this Saturday’s 8 Premier League fixtures and win yourself some free cash.

There’s another £50.00 up for grabs on the Starting 11 app this weekend and we’re inviting you to join us for a bit of added FPL fun.

Enter for free by joining the FPLtips Saturday-only mini-league and create your 11-man-team from the 8 Premier League matches taking place.

If you’re new to the game, the rules are simple: you can spend an unlimited budget on a team of 11 players that you predict will score the most points during a single match-day.

Free-to-play and cash games are available every single Gameweek and here’s a look at some players to consider for Saturday’s £50.00 Freeroll.

It’s also worth pointing out that the scoring system on Starting 11 is slightly different to that of the Fantasy Premier League game – you can see a full breakdown of their scoring system here.

Points are still awarded for goals, assists and clean-sheets – however, points for passing, tackles shots on target are also up for grabs!

Be sure to grab the FREE iOS or Android app and check out our players picks below for this Sunday’s Gameweek 6 Fantasy Premier League action.



Tom Heaton has kept clean sheets in each of his last 2 games at Villa Park and no side have faced fewer shots on target during home matches than Aston Villa this season (6).

They face a Burnley side that have netted just 3 goals on the road, with only Newcastle (3) and Crystal Palace (2) recording fewer than their 4 big chances in away matches.


An away trip to face Sheffield United presents an opportunity for Liverpool to earn their 2nd clean sheet of the season.

The promoted side have only scored twice at Bramall Lane so far, with Newcastle (1) the only side to record fewer home goals.

Only De Bruyne (27) has created more chances than Alexander-Arnold (23) in the opening 6 Gameweeks, while no player has completed more final third passes than Robertson (135).

VAR ruled against Spurs to see Aurier’s goal disallowed against Leicester but it was another impressive outing for the right-back.

Spurs rank joint-best with Man City for big chances conceded (2) during home matches and face a Southampton side that have netted just 3 goals on the road.


Deulofeu (8) is the only midfielder to have taken more efforts on target than Heung-Min Son (7) in the last 4 Gameweeks.

Although Southampton have only shipped 4 goals in that period, they’ve allowed opponents 9 big chances; just 6 teams have fared worse.

Sterling should earn a recall to the starting lineup after his rest last weekend and joins De Bruyne in this selection for the trip to Goodison Park.

The England international looked fresh against Preston midweek, delivering a goal and assist before an early withdrawal after 72 minutes.

Everton started the season well but they’ve shipped 9 goals in the last 4 Gameweeks; only Wolves (10) and Watford (14) have conceded more.

An assist against Chelsea means Mo Salah has delivered an attacking return in all but one of the opening 6 Gameweeks, delivering a total of 7 goal involvements (4 goals, 3 assists).

In the last 4 Gameweeks, no midfielder has taken more than his 12 shots inside the box or been afforded more than his 5 big chances.


Abraham leads the way for shots on target (9) in the last 4 Gameweeks, while only Agüero has taken more shots inside the box (20 to 14) or been afforded more big chances (10 to 7).

The Argentine racked up 5 big chances during the 8-0 win over Watford and was unfortunate to only come away with the 1 goal.

Chelsea have scored 11 goals from 13 big chances in the last 4 Gameweeks; only Liverpool and Man City have fared better for each.

Kane has been directly involved in 5 goals this season (4 goals, 1 assist) after finding an attacking return in each of his last 3 outings.

Only 5 players have attempted more shots in the last 3 Gameweeks, while only Abraham and Deulofeu (each 7) have fired more than his 6 efforts on target.

Captaincy Selection

As with traditional FPL games, you can select a captain for your team, who’s points tally will be doubled!

Since his return in Gameweek 3, Son has operated as the furthest man forward for Spurs, taking 33 touches in the oppositions’ penalty box, compared to just 20 for Kane.

The South Korean could be a shrewd pick for captaincy against Southampton on Saturday.

BEFORE YOU GO… There’s £50.00 in cash to be won each and every Gameweek in our FPLTips’ Fantasy Football Freeroll contest over on Starting 11.

To get involved, simply download the free app below and create your best 11-man team for SATURDAY’S 8 Premier League games only – oh, and you’ll need to pick a captain to earn you those all-important double points!



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