Daily Fantasy Football Tips – Sunday 25th September

There are Premier League matches on Sunday and Monday and a competition at Mondogoal to enter:

  • West Ham United vs Southampton
  • Burnley vs Watford

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


Goalkeeper Tom Heaton Burnley £9.5m
Defender Jose Holebas Watford £7.0m
Defender Arthur Masuaku West Ham £7.2m
Defender Stephen Ward Burnley £7.4m
Midfielder Etienne Capoue Watford £8.8m
Midfielder Roberto Pereyra Watford £7.8m
Midfielder Michail Antonio West Ham £11.0m
Midfielder Nathan Redmond Southampton £7.2m
Midfielder Dmitri Payet West Ham £13.5m
Forward Odion Ighalo Watford £6.6m
Forward Charlie Austen Southampton £7.2m


Goalkeeper Chris Seitz Dallas $5.4k

West Ham vs Southampton Preview

It’s been a shocking start to the season for West Ham, especially after such a good previous campaign; stadium and performance problems have seen Slaven Bilic’s team lose four out of five games so far. Home advantage seems to have disappeared in the Olympic Stadium and it seems as though visiting teams are enjoying their visits. Southampton are the visitors this Sunday and they recorded only their first win of the season against Swansea last weekend so it’s been a patchy start for them too.

This looks like a good opportunity for the Hammers to pull themselves together and record a win but the bookies don’t know which way to go at the moment; West Ham can certainly score goals but they’ve conceded far too many (eight in two games) so improving their defence is a must. It’s a tough result to predict.


Dmitri Payet tends to score DFS points whether the Hammers win or lose while for Southampton Nathan Redmond looks lively. Beware of defenders in this match and go for midfielders.

Burnley vs Watford Preview

This could be a long season for Burnley and their saving grace may be that there are worse teams in the league; they have four points from five games so far, an average which wouldn’t guarantee safety at the end of the season. Sean Dyche’s team have just one point from the last three games and on Monday face an in-form Watford team. The Hornets have beaten West Ham away (4-2) and Manchester United at home (3-1) in their last two games so the momentum is definitely with them – we expect plenty of watford possession and at least a draw for the visitors.


Watford’s Etienne Capoue will be the first name in our line up but the strikers are doing well also so consider Troy Deeney and Odion Ighalo. For Burnley Steven Defour has ben scoring points and goals from midfield.

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