Fantasy Premier League Transfers 2013: Top Roster Additions for Week 9
As the fantasy Premier League season rolls along, staying on top of value plays is a great way to make up a deficit or extend a lead.
This can help an owner maximize their spending dollars to get an edge on the competition. To pull this off, it is helpful to look at the current form of a player and the matchup possibilities that present themselves for the coming week.
Here are three players who will present good fantasy value this coming week.
Loic Remy, Newcastle
Loic Remy is off to a fine start to his Premier League campaign. He's netted five goals in his six matches.
Last week, with his side earning a nice 2-2 draw against Liverpool, Remy was held without a goal. He did draw three fouls and fired two shots, though. He is functioning well in this attack and he's been active.
He's also set to regain his scoring touch this week. On Oct. 27 Newcastle has an away match against Sunderland. That is good news for Remy and his Newcastle mates. Sunderland is terrible and they've allowed a league worst 20 goals—nine of those have come at home.
Remy is set to make a big impact this week.
David De Gea, Manchester United
Other than the 4-1 embarrassment that Manchester United suffered to Manchester City, the Red Devils haven't allowed more than two goals in a Premier League match this season. Keeper David De Gea has done a nice job of ensuring this disappointing campaign isn't even worse.
In his eight matches, he's picked up 23 saves and two clean sheets. He also saved his club further embarrassment this past week, as he picked up six saves in his team's shocking 1-1 with Southampton.
The 22-year-old has a bright future at Old Trafford, and that future won't get much brighter than it is this week. United will host Stoke City on Oct. 26. Stoke is not enjoying a prolific season of scoring. The club has mustered just four goals all season.
Arsenal is looking more and more like an unstoppable locomotive this campaign. And one thing is for certain, that train won't be stopped this week, as the Gunners travel to take on Crystal Palace on Oct. 26.
Crystal Palace is slogging along through this campaign with just three points and only two teams having allowed more goals, and nothing suggests this club is about to turn things around.
In their last four Premier League matches, Crystal Palace have been outscored 9-1.
It will be all systems go for Arsenal. The Gunners looked magnificent in their last action while picking up a 4-1 win. During that match, Mesut Ozil notched two goals, Aaron Ramsey one and Jack Wilshere one.
It's not like Ozil and Ramsey will come cheap, but their production will definitely justify the price tag this week.
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