Sky Sports Fantasy Football expert's transfer targets: Harry Kane, Mo Salah, Sergio Aguero
By Dan Cox
Last Updated: 18/10/18 4:52pm
As we head into Gameweek 11, 2016/17 Sky Sports Fantasy Football champion Dan Cox highlights five players for you to consider for your XI this week.
We return to Premier League action after the international break with a three-day fantasy scheduled to navigate.
Starting with Saturday as Chelsea take on Manchester United live on Sky Sports, there should be a return to goalscoring ways for the three most expensive strikers.
Harry Kane - £13m
After being brought in by over 8,000 managers before the Cardiff fixture - Harry Kane's only contribution was a yellow card.
Many fantasy managers were dreaming of a hat-trick and a points-filled Saturday but it wasn't to be. Kane can redeem himself this Saturday as Tottenham travel to the London Stadium to face West Ham.
It's a fixture that Kane scored twice in last season in a 3-2 win, and many will be hoping for a repeat performance.
Mohamed Salah - £12.9m
Liverpool's trip to face a struggling Huddersfield could kick-start Mohamed Salah's season.
The Egyptian has scored just once in his last five Premier League games and is looking worryingly out of sorts. But Liverpool's lethal attack could be on for a good afternoon against a side that have shipped 17 goals in their first eight games.
Salah is still third for most shots taken (32) and is fourth for most big chances missed with six, which shows that he's having the chances and it's only a matter of time before last seasons Golden Boot winner can rediscover his scoring touch.
The injury he picked up while playing for Egypt is a concern, so all eyes will be on Jurgen Klopp's press conference for some positive news.
Sergio Aguero - £12.8m
In the six games since his hat-trick against Huddersfield, Sergio Aguero has scored just twice.
Rather frustratingly he's been substituted after 66, 66, 61, and 54 minutes in each of the last four games. Playing for an hour is a concern but he could start playing for longer after the intentional break.
With Pep revealing that the Argentine has been playing with a slight injury over the last few weeks, there are high hopes for a fruitful afternoon as Manchester City host Burnley at the Etihad.
However, if Aguero fails to deliver then it may be time to look elsewhere for goals in the shape of Alexandre Lacazette - more on him soon.
Richarlison - £8.6m
Richarlison returned to goalscoring ways in Everton's 2-1 win over Leicester at the King Power and the Brazilian provides a great captaincy option for Sunday's game live on Sky Sports when Everton host Crystal Palace.
In fact, with that being the only game of the day, having a player from either side is desirable. However, Crystal Palace's recent form has not been great, with just one win in the last five Premier League games with some tricky upcoming fixtures against Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham and Man Utd.
Everton, while they do face Man Utd, Chelsea and Liverpool in the coming weeks, do also have some favourable home fixtures against Brighton, Newcastle, Cardiff and Watford.
Alexandre Lacazette - £11.4m
Arsenal have been on a fantastic run of form. Unai Emery's side have won their last six Premier League games in a row and Man City are the only side to have scored more goals.
With this in mind, Alexandre Lacazette is a great option for the Monday Night Football clash when Arsenal host Leicester, having scored four goals and notched up three assists from just five league starts.
The Frenchman is priced at just £11.4m - considerably less than the big three of Kane, Salah and Aguero. In just 6 per cent of teams, a goal or two will send you up the leaderboard.