GW9 was another highscoring affair, with the most transferred player in Bruno Fernandes doing the business, granted his returns were slightly fortunante.
This week most sides will have at least three assets in the game of the weekend as two of the top three meet at Stamford Bridge when Chelsea host Spurs.
Bit of a dilemma there for FPL managers, but ditching the in-form Spurs duo of Heung Min Son and Harry Kane would be a risk.
Elsewhere Manchester City and Liverpool have favourable fixtures, whilst few would back against Dominic Calvert-Lewin building on his superb start at home to Leeds United.
Crystal Palace vs. Newcastle United: Patrick van Aanholt (5.4)
The Premier League weekend starts on Friday evening as Crystal Palace entertain Newcastle United.
I wouldn’t expect many goals at Selhurst Park, with both meetings last term finishing 1-0 and a repeat scoreline is among the favourites here.
Patrick van Aanholt has returned from injury and is one of the more attacking full-backs in the league. He scored the winner when the pair met last term.
Callum Wilson is Newcastle’s best option, however he will need to overcome a minor injury.
Vicente Guaita (5.0)
Callum Wilson (6.5)
Brighton vs. Liverpool: Mohamed Salah (12.2)
Liverpool will again be without numerous options for the visit to Brighton, however they should record a seventh win of the season.
Mohamed Salah is back for the Reds and has an excellent record against Brighton, with five goals and three assists in six matches.
Diogo Jota has made an excellent start to his Liverpool career and he scored twice at the Amex last year for his former side Wolves.
Andrew Robertson was the only defensive regular available for Liverpool last week, however stepped up with 12 points in the win over Leicester.
Diogo Jota (6.7)
Andrew Robertson (7.1)
Manchester City vs. Burnley: Kevin de Bruyne (11.6)
Manchester City have scored just five goals in their last six Premier League games, however few would bet against them raking up a few here.
Burnley have an awful record against Manchester City and the hosts will surely get back on track on Saturday.
Kevin de Bruyne and Kyle Walker were rested in the Champions League on Wednesday and are among two of the best options here.
Kyle Walker (6.1)
Raheem Sterling (11.5)
Everton vs. Leeds United: Dominic Calvert-Lewin (7.9)
Everton got back on track with a 3-2 win over Fulham last weekend and that man Calvert-Lewin bagged another brace.
Calvert-Lewin is the leading Premier League scorer with 10, outscoring all of Arsenal in the process! He has returned in every home game this season and he appears the best shout for the visit of Leeds United.
Lucas Digne thrived in a wing-back position last Sunday, providing two assists, whilst the return of Richarlison is another boost for Everton.
Lucas Digne (6.2)
West Brom vs. Sheffield United: Matheus Pereira (5.8)
West Brom’s home game with Sheffield United see’s the only two sides without a victory go head to head.
Both teams have struggled for goals, with the pair scoring just 10 times between them in 18 matches!
Mathues Pereira has been unlucky to find the net just once this season and on paper he is the best attacking option in this fixture
Despite West Brom’s struggles, Sam Johnstone has outscored Ederson this season, whilst Sande Berge has done well for the Blades.
Sam Johnstone (4.5)
Sande Berge (5.0)
Southampton vs. Manchester United: Marcus Rashford (9.5)
Manchester United were far from their best win in the win over West Brom last time out, with Fernandes the match winner.
Southampton’s high line benefits Marcus Rashford in this one and perhaps he is the slightly stronger of the two United options.
It would be a brave man to sell Fernandes this week, but if you have neither Rashford at 1.3m cheaper could be a good shout.
Che Adams has enjoyed an excellent start to the season and you wouldn’t bet against the Saints scoring a few here.
Bruno Fernandes (10.8)
Che Adams (5.9)
Chelsea vs. Tottenham: Harry Kane (11.0)
In the toughest game of the weekend to call, Chelsea host the early league leaders Tottenham.
Most of us will have Spurs attacking options and probably a Chelsea defensive asset meaning this fixture may see some disappointment.
Harry Kane has an excellent record in London derbies and hasn’t blanked since the opening weekend of the season.
If free hitting this week, I’d probably avoid players in this game and hope the highly owned options blank.
Heung Min Son (9.5)
Hakim Ziyech (8.3)
Arsenal vs. Wolves: Hector Bellerin (5.1)
Two sides who have struggled for goals this season met at the Emirates as Wolves travel to Arsenal on Sunday.
Both Arsenal and Wolves have scored just nine goals in nine league matches, with the former without a goal from open play since GW4.
Defensive options are probably the best picks here, with Hector Bellerin and Bernd Leno the two highest point scorers for the Gunners.
Raul Jimenez has a very good record against the divisions better sides and despite a relatively slow start to the season, he has been involved in over 50% of Wolves goals.
Bernd Leno (5.0)
Raul Jimenez (8.4)
Leicester City vs. Fulham: Jamie Vardy (10.2)
After some decent defensive showings, Fulham were back to their woeful self in the 3-2 home loss to Everton last week.
Leicester City may have disappointed in the 3-0 defeat at Liverpool, however few would back against an easy home win here.
The man himself Jamie Vardy looks the best pick here. He has 61 points and eight goals already this season, although five of them have come from the spot!
James Maddison (7.0)
James Justin (4.8)
West Ham United vs. Aston Villa: Ollie Watkins (6.1)
Two sides who have made good starts to the campaign meet in the final fixture this weekend, as Aston Villa travel to face West Ham United.
Villa have won all three of their away matches this season, including victories at Leicester City and Arsenal.
Jack Grealish is yet to really haul on the road this term and Ollie Watkins could be the best shout, as he looks to build on his recent brace at the Emirates.
Jack Grealish (7.6)
Vladimir Coufal (4.6)
GW10 Dream Team (3-4-3): Johnstone; Van Aanholt, Walker, Justin; Salah, De Bruyne (C), Rashford, Jota; Vardy, Calvert-Lewin, Watkins
GW9 Dream Team: Martinez (1); James (8), Telles (6), Robertson (12), Digne (8); Ziyech (3), Fernandes (C) (22), Grealish (1); Martial (2), Calvert-Lewin (13), Jimenez (5)
Total Score: 81