After a long international break, a very busy deadline day, and a Sergio Aguero suspension, fantasy football is back!
That Aguero issue has led many to use their wildcard chip this week and, for most, that’s probably the right call. Do not feel pressured to wildcard if you like your team however. If you can make it through the muddied waters of suspensions, injuries, and transfers through MW7, there will be an excellent opportunity to use your wildcard then.
For those that have been forced into making many moves, like myself (thanks to Cesc Fabregas not getting minutes, Riyad Mahrez not knowing how to take a penalty, and Aguero wantonly elbowing people) let’s look at the top five new signings, buys, and sells for fantasy!
Wilfried Bony – Forward, Stoke City, 8.3
Arguably the best intra-Premier League fantasy move of the window, Bony will bring a much needed focal point to Stoke’s attack. While his time at City failed for many reasons you should not hold too much of a grudge considering his shot accuracy dropped just one percentage point from his prolific time at Swansea. A supporting cast of Bojan, Arnautovic, and Shaqiri should see Bony finish with ten or more goals from here on out.
David Luiz – Defender, Chelsea, 6.0
Frankly Luiz is much better in other formats and is probably too expensive at 6.0. That having been said, his price may help keep his ownership fairly low making him the rare high price differential. His mindless runs forward should see him earn …..[continue reading at the link below]