Daily Fantasy Football Tips – Saturday 15th October

The Premier League is back after the international break and there are eight games from which to select.

  • Chelsea vs Leicester City
  • Arsenal vs Swansea City
  • Bournemouth vs Hull City
  • Manchester City vs Everton
  • Stoke City vs Sunderland
  • WBA vs Tottenham Hotspur
  • Crystal Palace vs West Ham United

Click the tabs below to see our potential selections for Mondogoal and DraftKings competitions:

 

Goalkeeper Petr Cech Arsenal £8.2m
Defender Nacho Monreal Arsenal £10.0m
Defender Erik Pieters Stoke £6.7m
Defender Ryan Shawcross Stoke £5.5m
Midfielder Mesut Ozil Arsenal £11.7m
Midfielder Fernandinho Man City £8.1m
Midfielder David Silva Man City £9.8m
Midfielder Kevin de Bruyne Man City £13.5m
Midfielder Erik Lamela Spurs £8.9m
Forward Kelechi Iheanacho Man City £6.7m
Forward Theo Walcott Arsenal £9.8m
£98,900,000

 

Goalkeeper Petr Cech Arsenal $5.9k
Defender Erik Pieters Stoke $4.5k
Defender Ryan Shawcross Stoke $3.1m
Midfielder Kevin de Bruyne Man City $9.4k
Midfielder Mesut Ozil Arsenal $8.4k
Forward Kelechi Iheanacho Man City $7.3k
Forward Son Heung-Min Spurs $7.6k
Utility Angel Rangel Swansea $3.8m
$50,000

Chelsea vs Leicester City Preview

After a flying start Chelsea have become somewhat inconsistent this season but the champions Leicester City have been patchy also; both teams have four points from the last four games and are looking fro an improvement. Chelsea have t be the favourites here as far as we’re concerned following a 2-0 win away at Hull City in their last outing and we’re going for a low scoring home win.

Picks?

Go for Chelsea players from all positions especially defenders.

Arsenal vs Swansea Preview

This should be a regulation home win for an Arsenal side who have won five Premier League games on the trot and have moved up to third in the league; they face Swansea City who have managed just one point from the last six games but do have a new manager in the shape of Bob Bradley. Not much will be expected of his team at the Emirates and they’ll get nothing in return. This is a home win with plenty of goals.

Picks?

Go for Arsenal players from all positions.

Bournemouth vs Hull City Preview

Bournemouth are steadying the ship after a rocky start and at the moment they occupy a reasonably safe mid-table position; Hull City however have plenty of downward momentum after earning just one point from five games. At the moment there’s just one point difference between the teams but the Cherries can make that four points with a solid win on Saturday.

Picks?

We’ll be picking Bournemouth players, especially midfielders and strikers.

Manchester City vs Everton Preview

Both of these teams have seen decent runs ended recently but Manchester City are still clear at the top of the league; they lost to a superb Spurs performance at White Hart Lane in their last match and will be looking to get back on track against an Everton team in fifth place but with a draw and a defeat in their last two games.

Picks?

Expect City to dominate possession and goalscoring in this match so pick your players accordingly.

Stoke City vs Sunderland Preview

This is a rock-bottom-of-the-league clash between two teams who look like relegation candidates even at this early stage of the season. Neither team have a win to their name yet but perhaps Stoke City are very slowly turning the corner with two draws from their last two games. We fancy a first win of the season for Stoke but a narrow one.

Picks?

Go for Stoke defenders in anticipation of a clean sheet.

WBA vs Tottenham Hotspur Preview

Spurs are one of the form teams in the Premier League following their 2-0 win over Manchester City recently and they could go top of the league with a win at the Hawthorns on Saturday afternoon. West Brom are doing OK themselves up in ninth place and are unbeaten in three so this won’t be walkover for Spurs – however we expect an away win.

Picks?

Go for Spurs players from all positions.

Crystal Palace vs West Ham Preview

Life doesn’t get any easier for West Ham following a total of one point gained from thirteen; they’ve dropped into the bottom three and now face a trip to a Palace side unbeaten in five and with three wins from that run. Palace’s results have admittedly been against teams in the lower half of the table but that’s where West Ham are also and we don’t expect the Eagles to lose this local derby.

Picks?

If you need players from this fixture, go for Palace players but there may be better options available from the other fixtures.

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