Teams to target: Manchester City, Chelsea
Chelsea vs. Wolves
Chelsea are starting to find their feet under new manager Graham Potter, recording back to back wins this week.
Their win over AC Milan in the Champions League was very impressive and they will be confident of building on that when they host managerless Wolves.
Wolves have struggled this season and a 2-0 loss to West Ham United last time out brought about the dismissal of Bruno Lage.
Only Bournemouth have recorded less XG than Wolves so far this season and a lack of goals has haunted them for over two years now.
A comfortable Chelsea win is expected here and the likes of Reece James, Mason Mount and Raheem Sterling all very good options.
Manchester City vs. Southampton
Manchester City smashed local rivals Manchester United for six last week and Erling Haaland recorded five returns in another monster haul.
54% of the game captained the Norwegian forward and if you didn’t, it’s very probable you had a red arrow last week.
Haaland is as close to a must own as we have ever seen in the game and he was subbed at half-time mid-week after another Champions League brace.
Kevin de Bruyne was given a total rest in the win over Copenhagen and Joao Cancelo was withdrawn early and these three will be the highest owned City options.
Opposition to target: Fulham, Nottingham Forest
West Ham United vs. Fulham
Slightly harsh on Fulham who have started the season very well; however if they are without Aleksandar Mitrovic this weekend, then you’ve got to fancy a home win.
West Ham haven’t made the best of starts to the campaign; however their defensive statistics have been good and only Manchester City, Arsenal and Brighton have conceded less XG than the Hammers.
Mitrovic has scored six of Fulham’s 13 goals this term and should he miss out, a clean sheet for West Ham is probable.
Nottingham Forest vs. Aston Villa
Nottingham Forest’s nightmare run continued on Monday evening as they were battered by Leicester City.
Forest have the second highest XG against this term and going forward they’ve only managed to score six in eight games.
Villa might be awful to watch; however they’ve improved in recent weeks and an away win is surely a given.
Bournemouth vs. Leicester City: James Maddison
James Maddison scored two and assisted another as Leicester City earned a first win of the season last time out.
The form of the former Norwich City man is incredible and surely he has to be on the plane to Qatar.
Bournemouth have been defensively solid since Gary O’Neill took charge and this is far from a gimme for the visitors.
However Maddison has carried Leicester this season and they are set for a nice run of fixtures.
GW10 Dream Team: Ward; Mings, Cancelo, James, Zouma; Maddison, De Bruyne, Mount, Bowen; Haaland, Watkins