We have reached that stage of the season where the action comes thick and fast as gameweek seven of the Premier League comes just days after the first round of European fixtures.
Original article published 8 September 2022
The majority of the "premium picks" in Premier League fantasy football failed to shine, with the likes of Trent Alexander-Arnold, Joao Cancelo, Reece James and Andrew Robertson all scoring less than six points between them.
The stars of gameweek six were Nick Pope, Marcus Rashford and Ivan Toney, who all scored double figures for their fantasy football managers.
With the international break on the horizon, gameweek seven gives managers the chance to make some ground ahead of the first break of the season.
England international Ramsdale has not scored as many points in fantasy football premier league as players would have liked, but he remains a good option for this weekend.
The former Sheffield United stopper has shaken off an injury and has every chance of keeping a clean sheet against Everton on home soil.
The Gunners need to get back to winning ways after their 3-1 defeat to Manchester United last week, and Everton looked lost in the final third at times against Liverpool.
Arsenal are 11/10 to win to nil this weekend, while the Gunners are as short as 1/3 to win all three points.
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Chelsea's decision to appoint Graham Potter could bring the best out of Reece James in the coming months, and he could return to his usual right wingback role for the meeting with Fulham.
James has scored seven points on three occasions this season. If he does return to his usual position, he could be a major threat at Craven Cottage.
He is 6/1 to score anytime as Chelsea look to move on from the Thomas Tuchel era.
Summer arrival Luis Sinisterra looks the real deal after his recent performances, and Leeds could have found their ideal replacement for Raphinha.
Sinisterra has scored 15 points in fantasy football Premier League in the last two matches, and even those that play other versions of fantasy football should consider signing the former Feyenoord man.
The Whites welcome Nottingham Forest to Elland Road on Monday evening, and Sinisterra is 12/5 to score for the third match in succession.
Like Ramsdale, Martinelli has every chance of shining against a struggling Everton side.
The Gunners winger has already scored 36 points in six gameweeks, and he has shown no signs of slowing down at the Emirates Stadium.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has brought the best out of Martinelli once again this season, and he is 13/8 to score his fourth goal of the season.
Arteta's side managed to end a run of three consecutive defeats against Everton when they won 5-1 in May.
Martinelli opened the scoring on that occasion, while he also teed up Eddie Nketiah for Arsenal's second of the afternoon.
The Brazilian has done a tremendous job of supporting Jesus and Nketiah in the final third, and he looks like the player to watch this weekend.
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Brazilian striker Gabriel Jesus completes the Gunners hat-trick in our team this week, and he is the sixth-highest scoring striker so far this season.
Jesus' 33 points have been more than deserved after a fine start to the campaign, and he should be able to punish Everton's defence, who have only kept one clean sheet all season.
The former Manchester City ace is 10/3 to score first, while readers who want to play it a little safer can back him to score anytime at 11/10.