Fantasy Premier League 2013 Week 7: Players to Build Your Team Around
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Every team needs a marquee player, and a quick look at the fixtures for Week 7 brings with it a few options.
You can't be expected to win your fantasy league without keeping a close eye on the matchups for each week. It's very easy to become satisfied with your team and remain reluctant to change it.
However, there should be no fear of switching your team around in order to accommodate star players when the right fixtures pop up.
The three players listed below are too good to turn down in Week 7.
Luis Suarez, Liverpool
Luis Suarez was denied a win on his return as Liverpool lost out in the Capital One Cup to Manchester United, but his return to Premier League action should result in fantasy managers clamouring to pick him up.
Liverpool face Crystal Palace and will be expected to win convincingly. Of course, this was also the case when they took on Southampton at Anfield in Week 5, so anything is possible.
Quandary of the week: replace Daniel Sturridge for Luis Suarez in my fantasy football team.. #LFC— George Dorman LFC (@stardorman) September 26, 2013
However, Suarez just looks too motivated to be denied again. Against United, he immediately resumed his strong partnership with Daniel Sturridge and fed several probing passes through to Liverpool's in-form striker.
Crystal Palace are not Manchester United and will struggle to contain Suarez. Liverpool will return to winning ways, with the controversial Uruguayan once more at the centre of things.
Mesut Ozil, Arsenal
You should really be looking to add Mesut Ozil to your fantasy lineups most weeks, such is the immediacy with which he has adjusted to Premier League life.
Arsenal travel to West Brom, who are fresh off an impressive victory at Manchester United. Even so, they will not be relishing the threat of Arsenal, who have looked in ominous form in recent weeks.
Ozil has been integral to that, linking the play with ease and providing meaningful contributions almost with every touch.
He's a player you can't take your eyes off of for a second, and one who should have no problem reeling in the fantasy points once more. Even if he gets substituted to save his energy, the chances are that he'll already have earned his rest.
Wayne Rooney, Manchester United
Wayne Rooney is another player who just seems to get better as the season wears on. Despite causing him to require stitches and a protective headband, the cut Rooney suffered in training seems to have inspired him to new heights at Manchester United.
Rooney was one of the few who could hold his head high after the Manchester derby defeat, and he followed that up with an inspired performance against Liverpool.
Southampton ended Liverpool's unbeaten run with a fantastic result at Anfield, so they will show no fear of David Moyes' side. Despite the shock defeat to West Brom, a dominant display from Rooney could put an end to that, as Manchester United look to restart their climb to the summit of the table.
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