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Benteke a good buy vs. West Ham

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Swansea duo Gomis and Ayew good buys

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Coutinho and Pelle top transfer targets

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Liverpool's Benteke a smart buy vs. West Ham; Kolarov the best defender

Here are five things you need to know ahead of Week 4 in the Premier League.

After three weeks of ESPN Premier Fantasy action, you'd think any early season blips would have been corrected by now.

But normal service has most definitely not been resumed by a Chelsea defence that has conceded seven goals, an Arsenal attack which is averaging less than a goal a game and the entire Leicester City team who simply refuse to drop out of the top four.

Here's a look at some of the best options for great points returns this side of September's international break.



Bournemouth's Wilson and City's Kolarov star as Mahrez scores again

Mark Donaldson analyses the top point scorers this week, many of which are bargain buys.

Three weeks into the ESPN Premier Fantasy season and Southampton and Newcastle remembered how to defend, while Chelsea and Bournemouth didn't but scored enough goals to ease their chronic pain at the back.

Manchester City can't stop winning, Watford can't stop drawing and Sunderland finally stopped losing. Here's how the Gameweek 3 played out.


Bournemouth's Callum Wilson (£5.6 million) hit a hat trick at West Ham, earning him 15 points and a place, alongside Swansea's Bafetimbi...

Gomis and Ayew promise fantasy returns; Kompany the best defender

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson reveals his top players to pick for your fantasy team this week.

Only two weeks into the season and ESPN Premier Fantasy managers have a lot to think about.

The previously unsinkable Chelsea defence are all at sea, Sunderland have continued their early bid for relegation and the Premier League's midfield powerhouse currently resides in... Norwich.

Here's a selection of teams and players who should be in your thoughts for Gameweek 3.


Swansea will aim to inflict some early season pain on Sunderland when they travel to the Stadium of Light.


David Silva and Romelu Lukaku in hot Premier League fantasy form

Romelu Lukaku is the top-scoring striker in the game

Gameweek 2 of ESPN FC's Premier Fantasy is complete and it was a case of if you are a Sunderland fan, look away now. For the second week in a row.

The Black Cats' defence is, in a surprising twist, as stable as the Chelsea back four right now after Jose Mourinho's team shipped another three at Man City.

Home teams continue to toil - of the first 20 Premier League fixtures, only five have produced home wins - but there's points aplenty coming from midfielders as away teams enjoy plenty of success.


Philippe Coutinho and Graziano Pelle among top fantasy transfer targets

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson shares his fantasy tips for Week 2 of the Premier League.
ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson reveals his top players to pick for your fantasy team this week.

A superior City (or two), some heroic Hammers and a Chelsea back four who forgot how to defend were the headline acts as the new Premier League season started in style.

Not all ESPN Premier Fantasy managers will have enjoyed the opening set of fixtures, however.

So whether your team's performance was superb, satisfactory or Sunderland, here's a selection of teams and individuals with the potential to offer a Gameweek 2 points boost.


Four teams have very attractive fixtures this week.


Riyad Mahrez, Marc Albrighton star as Arsenal and Chelsea struggle

Mark Donaldson and the ESPN FC panel look back at this week's best fantasy picks.

Fortune favours the brave, so anyone who selected West Ham and, to a lesser extent, Aston Villa defenders in their season-opening teams deserves a medal. Instead, they got a healthy return of ESPN Premier Fantasy points.

Clean sheets were in short supply during the first Gameweek and only one team -- Manchester United -- kept one at home with a 1-0 win over Tottenham. Sound defensive units such as Chelsea and Arsenal proved surprisingly leaky on their own patch and the usually reliable Southampton...