Fantasy Premier League Transfers 2013: Top Roster Additions for Week 10
Week 10 of the Premier League isn't the best week for finding values ready to offer a one-week boost. However, there are some nice plays out there for anyone looking to make a transfer and give their squad the edge for Matchday 10.
Next week, a stingy Southampton side will be taking on Stoke City. This matchup is a prime candidate to produce some easy points. So it should be no surprise that I've included two Southampton guys below, and both are a strong value.
My third selection is pricier, but I believe his production makes his price tag well worth it.
Player values and points according to fantasy.premierleague.com.
Artur Boruc, Southampton, 4.8
Artur Boruc is picking up clean sheets left and right. This weekend he added his sixth of the season as the Southampton defense rendered Fulham completely inept in a 2-0 victory.
On top of his six clean sheets, he also has a tidy 23 saves.
He may not get many opportunities to pick up saves in his next match against Stoke, but he is headed for another clean sheet. Stoke has scored just six goals in EPL play this year.
At 4.8, Boruc is a nice value for a consistent producer going against a weak attack. Those are all big wins.
Jose Fonte, Southampton, 5.2
At 5.6, Southampton's Dejan Lovren is also a nice defensive add, but I like Fonte a little better this week. I expect both to end up with the same amount of points, and Fonte is a shade cheaper.
Both men are part of that stingy Southampton defense, which is going against Stoke's weak attack.
Fonte isn't going to pop for big points. However, what he is going to do is offer up amazingly consistent production at a nice value.
He's coming off a clean sheet and a seven-point performance, and it is safe to pencil him in for that kind of value this week.
Oscar, Chelsea, 9.0
With Chelsea's attack springing to life, fantasy owners would be wise to take notice. Matchday 10 is a great time to do so.
Chelsea will be playing at Newcastle United, and points are going to follow. Newcastle has allowed 16 goals in nine Premier League matches. This is worse than all but pitiful Sunderland and Crystal Palace.
This week, Newcastle will be completely overwhelmed against Chelsea.
Oscar is a prime candidate to add goals and assists. He has not completed Chelsea's showcase matchup with Manchester City at the time of writing this, but he scored 18 points in the match prior, against Cardiff City.
Oscar should spend plenty of time with the ball at his feet in Week 10, and he will produce.
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