Here we suggest some names you were planning to bench but playing them is a good idea , and some other names you probably need to bench rather playing or selling them
1. David De Gea ( £5.6m , TSB : 39.0% ) vs TOT H
What we can tell you is that the Spanish keeper will be very busy this saturday as the Red Devils will host the Spurs .But although the odds of Tottenham scoring are high , we recommend you to take the risk and put De Gea as your goalie because he is world class and you can't judge his performance by the name of his opponents . In fact last season he had the more cleansheets versus top 6 teams than any other keeper .
2. Stephen Ward ( £4.7m , TSB : 14.0% ) vs NEW H
Everyone is amazed by the defensive performance of Burnley . They are blocking their opponents perfectly (sorry I don't consider Man City as a normal opponent) and this man is creating a lot of threat in the offensive area . On the other hand Newcastle struggled with every team having a solid back and failed to score whenever they were the ones who create the attacks . So I sense a clean sheet in the air and if you're lucky enough Ward will contribute in one goal and get another bonus reward
3. Gabriel Jesus ( £10.6m , TSB : 20.7% ) vs WBA A
When you have a Man City player , don't bench him . We know that Guardiola has no sense of logic when he selects his starting XI , but since he played both Aguero and Jesus in the Carabao cup game , and with Jesus being subbed off at the 83rd minute while Aguero played the whole 120 minutes making them almost 200 minutes in less than a week , we expect thee Brazilian wonderkid to get more playing time when they face West Brom . And with big time comes big point
1. Jonas Lossl ( £4.6m , TSB : 8.4% ) vs LIV A
Liverpool got hammered again last gameweek , while Huddersfield won the game of their history against Man Utd . But this shouldn't make you forget about the fact that Liverpool has been strong offensively and has failed to score only twice in PL this season while the Terriers have conceded for 3 games in a row . And don't get distracted by his assist last week because such things happen once or twice per season .
2. Ahmed Hegazi ( £4.8m , TSB : 23.3% ) vs MCI H
Experience taught us that when you have a defender who is facing Man City you better keep him in the third spot of your bench because the team who scored 29 in 9 games do not joke against any team. Remember only one defender could return more than 2 points when he faced Manchester City this season (the only exception was Daniels who scored for Bournemouth in GW 3)
3. Harry Kane ( £12.7m , TSB : 41.9% ) vs MUN A
BAD News : Harry Kane is injured and will not play against Manchester United this week end . But our suggestion is avoid selling him and keep him on bench , that's better than taking hits to sell him then taking hits to get him back