Sky Sports Fantasy Football: Premier League's top scoring XI
Last Updated: 07/10/15 8:29am
Manchester United new boy Anthony Martial is among this week's top-scoring players in Sky Sports Fantasy Football.
The striker is one of three forwards to net twice over the weekend after bagging a double against Southampton. However, Graziano Pelle, who also scored twice in United's 3-2 win at Southampton, misses out on a spot in the Sky Sports Fantasy Football team of the week to Bournemouth's Callum Wilson, who is £1.3m cheaper in the game.
This week's line-up was within budget at £73.3m and would have seen you collect 149 points with one of the three joint top scorers as captain, although none of them are in more than four per cent of sides.
John Ruddy (£4.5m)
The Norwich No 1 may not have kept a clean sheet at Liverpool but he still racked up more points than any other goalkeeper, with a string of saves earning him the Sky Sports man-of-the-match award plus bonus points and, most importantly, a point for his side.
Kurt Zouma (£6.3m)
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Jose Mourinho opted for Zouma's physical prowess over John Terry's experience to counter the pace of Theo Walcott and it proved a master stroke, with the 20-year-old also heading home the Chelsea opener in a 2-0 win over Arsenal.
Cesar Azpilicueta (£7.5m)
The Chelsea left-back put in a faultless performance to blunt Arsenal's frontline, racking up tackling and passing bonus points to go with his side's clean sheet.
Gareth McAuley (£5.6m)
West Brom edged a tight derby date at Villa Park with McAuley commanding the backline, helping his side collect a fourth clean sheet of the season.
Riyad Mahrez (£6m)
Mahrez continues to prove the revelation of the season, slotting home from the spot in yet another Leicester comeback to extend his lead as the Sky Sports Fantasy Football top goalscorer.
Eden Hazard (£9m)
Last season's Player of the Year opened his account for the campaign to wrap up the points against Arsenal and fill Stamford Bridge with relief.
Saido Mane (£7.6m)
The Southampton attacking midfielder just about makes the team of the week after providing two assists for the second time in in the last three games, having also done so against Norwich.
Anthony Martial (£7.5m)
Expect the 19-year-old to be among the most transferred-in players this season after a maturely taken double at Southampton.
Odion Ighalo (£6.5)
Watford's free-transfer signing boasts the most goals in the top four tiers of English football in 2015 with 22 goals in 25 league appearances, having doubled his tally to four this season with two decisive strikes at Newcastle. He is, however, in just 1.8 per cent of Sky Sports Fantasy Football sides.
Callum Wilson (£6.8m)
Bournemouth's star man is replicating Ighalo's efforts in maintaining his free-scoring form from the Sky Bet Championship, taking his tally to five with an early effort against lowly Sunderland.