Mohamed Salah’s ridiculous season shows no sign of stopping with the Egyptian scoring an incredible 24 points in Liverpool’s 5-0 win at Old Trafford last weekend.
Elsewhere Mason Mount was the one to own at Stamford Bridge as he also returned 24 points in Chelsea’s 7-0 thrashing over rock bottom Norwich City.
GW10 will likely bring about lower scores, however the three big hitters all have favourable fixtures this weekend.
Liverpool and Manchester City are at home to Brighton and Crystal Palace respectively, whilst Chelsea travel to face winless Newcastle United.
Leicester City vs. Arsenal: Emile Smith-Rowe
The first game of the weekend see’s two sides in the hunt for the European spots go head to head as Leicester City entertain Arsenal.
Both recorded impressive wins last time out, however I wouldn’t be buying players from either side in what is a tough to call fixture.
Youri Tielemans is in excellent form; however how often can he keep scoring screamers? Jamie Vardy is a doubt for the hosts as well making them hard to select.
Emile Smith-Rowe remains one of the best budget picks in the game and produced double digits against Aston Villa on Friday.
Burnley vs. Brentford: Pontus Jansson
Burnley desperately need a result when they entertain Brentford on Saturday, with the visitors themselves suffering back to back losses.
Brentford start a favourable run of games here and owners of Bryan Mbuemo will be hoping the midfielder is fit for the trip to Turf Moor.
Defensively Brentford have been okay this season and all three central defenders look a threat from set pieces, meaning Pontus Jansson could be a good bet here.
Liverpool vs. Brighton: Mohamed Salah
There won’t be a surprise selection here for the player to pick, it’s Salah!
The man has 50 more points than anyone else this season and has smashed the record for games to reach 100 FPL points in.
He’s the easy captain selection of the week and you can expect to his ownership around the 195% mark in the top million managers!
Trent Alexander Arnold and Diogo Jota are nice owns alongside Salah.
Manchester City vs. Crystal Palace: Joao Cancelo
Crystal Palace have looked better than most thought they would this term; however they face the daunting trip to the champions on Saturday.
Manchester City were ruthless in the 4-1 win away at Brighton last time out, inflicting just the second defeat of the season on the Seagulls.
Joao Cancelo had a mini rest midweek and is surely due a major haul given his attacking threat; however the likes of Ruben Dias and Aymeric Laporte are perhaps the safer defensive picks.
Phil Foden has come into good form for City; however do you want to risk Pep roulette?
Newcastle United vs. Chelsea: Ben Chilwell
Ben Chilwell has somehow scored in his last four Premier League matches, with the first coming in the final game of the 2020-21 season.
He appears to have edged out Marcos Alonso for the left wing-back role in the side and is making a mockery of his 5.8 transfer value.
The other wing-back in the side is a good shout here, with Reece James likely to start again as Cesar Azpilicueta is a doubt.
Mount bagged a hat-trick in GW9; however prior to this he hadn’t scored in 25 games for club and country.
Watford vs. Southampton: Joshua King
Amazingly there were three hat-tricks in GW9; however not many FPL managers had Joshua King in their side.
King returned to haunt his former employers Everton in the 5-2 win and looks to be first choice striker in the team.
Southampton haven’t been bad defensively this term, but King looks a good budget pick for the third striking role in your side.
Tottenham vs. Manchester United: Heung Min Son
Manchester United were humiliated at home by Liverpool last time out and the pressure on Ole Gunnar Solsjkaer is only increasing.
Spurs themselves have been pretty poor this term; however you will fancy them to hurt a United side that have kept just one clean sheet in all competitions in 2021-22.
Harry Kane continues to struggle, but Heung Min Son remains in good form and scored three goals in the two meetings between the sides last year.
Norwich City vs. Leeds United: Raphinha
It’s become clear to see that Norwich City are the whipping boys of the 2021-22 campaign!
Leeds United travel to Carrow Road on Sunday and they themselves haven’t been great this season; however injuries have certainly hurt them.
Raphinha is a doubt for the game, but Marcelo Bielsa hinted he would be fine for the fixture.
The Brazilian is one of the best players in the league and although he hasn’t returned amazingly this term, you’d fancy him to get some points here.
Aston Villa vs. West Ham United: Michail Antonio
Michail Antonio’s excellent season continued last time out as he scored the winner in West Ham United’s home tie with Tottenham.
The former Nottingham Forest man was given a breather in the cup midweek and will fancy his chances against a Villa side that have conceded eight in their last three matches.
I wouldn’t be buying players for this one, but Antonio is an easy hold if you own, despite the Hammers fixtures starting to turn.
Wolves vs. Everton: Hee-Chan Hwang
Both Wolves and Everton dropped points late on last week; however the latter suffered an incredible capitulation at home to Watford.
The Toffees conceded four goals in the final 15 minutes and numerous absentees for Rafael Benitez are starting to show.
Hee-Chan Hwang has made an excellent start to life at Wolves and is one of the best budget FPL strikers available.
Hwang and Raul Jimenez have forged a nice partnership together and the best bet for points looks to be from these two.
GW10 Dream Team: Foster; Alexander-Arnold, Cancelo, Dias, Chilwell; Salah, Jota, Raphinha, Son; Antonio, Hwang
GW9 Dream Team: Pickford (1) Livramento (9) Chilwell (12) Dias (2) Salah (48) De Bruyne (1) Gallagher (2) Mbuemo (1) Gray (5) Vardy (1) Antonio (7)