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FANTASY TIME

talkSPORT looks at the best changes you could make to your FPL team ahead of the upcoming matches

It’s time for those all important Fantasy Premier League decisions to be made.

Sometimes just one transfer at the right time can be the difference between winning a mini-league and failing miserably.

Are you the Jose Mourinho of the FPL world?

Are you the Jose Mourinho of the FPL world?

Whether you’re a manager who reacts to in-form players, loves a bargain, or one who looks to predict the next big FPL thing, you need a bit of advice every now and again.

So who do you need to sell and sign this week? Here at talkSPORT.com we’ve taken a good look at the form and fixtures and believe we’ve got the best transfer tips around…

Out: James Maddison (Leicester) – £6.9m

Foxes midfielder Maddison hasn’t delivered in the last four matches and is now missing at least one through a knee injury. He’s also out of the England squad, which means we should doubt how fit he will be to face Brighton on November 22.

Foxes midfielder Maddison hasn’t delivered in the last four matches and is now missing at least one through a knee injury. He’s also out of the England squad, which means we should doubt how fit he will be to face Brighton on November 22.

In: Felipe Anderson (West Ham) – £6.8m

The Brazilian, signed in the summer from Lazio, has had ups and downs across the campaign but looked fantastic against Burnley. He came up with two goals and now faces up against Huddersfield. Long-term he also looks a good prospect with just one top-half team as an opponent in the next six, while other lower quality fixtures are also on the horizon over the next 10 gameweeks.

The Brazilian, signed in the summer from Lazio, has had ups and downs across the campaign but looked fantastic against Burnley. He came up with two goals and now faces up against Huddersfield. Long-term he also looks a good prospect with just one top-half team as an opponent in the next six, while other lower quality fixtures are also on the horizon over the next 10 gameweeks.

Out: Bernardo Silva (Manchester City) – £7.6m

Another of the FPL’s unreliable midfielder stars, Silva still only has three goals and one assist despite good form and plenty of minutes for the Premier League champions.

Another of the FPL’s unreliable midfielder stars, Silva still only has three goals and one assist despite good form and plenty of minutes for the Premier League champions.

In: Anthony Martial (Manchester United) – £7.5m

Okay, he’s got Man City at the weekend but overall, as he returns to form, he seems like a sensible goal scoring pick for the foreseeable future. Five goals in four games is not form to be sniffed at!

Okay, he’s got Man City at the weekend but overall, as he returns to form, he seems like a sensible goal scoring pick for the foreseeable future. Five goals in four games is not form to be sniffed at!

Out: Harry Maguire (Leicester) – £5.5m

Much like Maddison, Maguire is out for both the Foxes and England. For a £5.5million defender, this isn’t too handy. A one-week transfer if you have no either issues in your squad will be a smart tactic.

Much like Maddison, Maguire is out for both the Foxes and England. For a £5.5million defender, this isn’t too handy. A one-week transfer if you have no either issues in your squad will be a smart tactic.

In: Ben Chilwell (Leicester) – £5.0m

With tough fixtures out of the way, Chilwell looks a smart choice in defence. Two assists in his last three games, including a measured cross for Demarai Gray’s goal against Cardiff shows he can produce in the final third to back up his attacking play around the area.

With tough fixtures out of the way, Chilwell looks a smart choice in defence. Two assists in his last three games, including a measured cross for Demarai Gray’s goal against Cardiff shows he can produce in the final third to back up his attacking play around the area.

Out: Romelu Lukaku (Manchester United) – £10.8m

Currently training alone after his hamstring injury but we’d advise against having him in your squad right now. He was out of form anyway and if he’s rushed back it’s unlikely he’ll play a full 90, let alone grab a goal.

Currently training alone after his hamstring injury but we’d advise against having him in your squad right now. He was out of form anyway and if he’s rushed back it’s unlikely he’ll play a full 90, let alone grab a goal.

In: Alexandre Lacazette (Arsenal) – £9.7m

The Gunners are continuing to plunder goals and the Frenchman already has five to his name, perhaps equally as important in FPL he’s got four assists too, making him a rare dual threat striker. He’s worth trying for games against Wolverhampton Wanderers and Bournemouth.

The Gunners are continuing to plunder goals and the Frenchman already has five to his name, perhaps equally as important in FPL he’s got four assists too, making him a rare dual threat striker. He’s worth trying for games against Wolverhampton Wanderers and Bournemouth.

Out: Ryan Fraser (Bournemouth) – £6.1m

Sometimes you need to speculate to accumulate and while Fraser is a sensational cheap performer the Cherries are about to hit a shocking run of fixtures. They will face only four bottom-half teams in their next 11 games. If you got on board early you will have made some money on him so sell while people are high on him.

Sometimes you need to speculate to accumulate and while Fraser is a sensational cheap performer the Cherries are about to hit a shocking run of fixtures. They will face only four bottom-half teams in their next 11 games. If you got on board early you will have made some money on him so sell while people are high on him.

In: Erik Lamela (Tottenham) – £6.4m

With Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen returning to fitness it’s hard to trust him fully but with his stunning form – four goals and one assist so far – and an ownership of just 1.3 per cent he’s worth a risk. He’s looking a real threat for Spurs this season, even when it’s off the bench.

With Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen returning to fitness it’s hard to trust him fully but with his stunning form – four goals and one assist so far – and an ownership of just 1.3 per cent he’s worth a risk. He’s looking a real threat for Spurs this season, even when it’s off the bench.

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