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Petr Cech, ARS vs. SWA ($5,900): Arsenal come into the match with five straight league wins. Swansea come in with three consecutive losses. The Gunners are the heaviest favorites of the day and figure very well against a Swansea attack still struggling to find its identity.
Lee Grant, STK vs. SUN ($5,100): In the shades of Jack Butland, Grant turned in a spectacular eight-save performance at Old Trafford last time out. Stoke's abysmal start has left them second to last in the table, however, Sunderland are the only opponent lower than them, with both sides winless through seven games. Coming off a big draw to Manchester United, and with Xherdan Shaqiri fully back from injury, Stoke will look to use momentum and what is simply a more talented squad to change the tides and pick up their first win of the season.
Shkodran Mustafi, ARS vs. SWA ($3,700): Mustafi picked up a lot of defensive stats while at Valencia, a trend beginning to show itself now for Arsenal. Six goals in two seasons may not seem like a lot, but that indicates around a goal every 10 matches. Considering he's scored at least eight fantasy points in his last three and the Gunners are short on aerial threats, that's not too bad of a lottery to take part in.
Phil Bardsley, STK vs. SUN ($3,100): As the starting right back for Stoke, this price is way too low. The home matchup against Sunderland just adds to the appeal. Major contributions shouldn't be expected, but Bardsley has been a durable and reliable fantasy asset for the past year.
David Silva, MCI vs. EVE ($8,200): While missing Kevin De Bruyne is a big hit to City's overall ability, it gives Silva more fantasy utility. In addition to corner kicks, he'll get an uptick in free kick duties while simply being more offensively responsible in the team's build-up. There hasn't been any public information, but I would question Sergio Aguero's fitness coming into this match after playing through a calf injury in Argentina's surprise loss to Paraguay on Tuesday. This would obviously leave a big opportunity for teammate Kelechi Iheanacho to start as the team's primary goal scorer.
Junior Stanislas, BOU vs. HUL ($6,400): In the two weeks prior to the international break, Stanislas produced a goal, an assist and nine crosses. Hosting promoted side Hull represents a rare case for the Cherries to be substantially favorited. Bournemouth come off four points from their last two games, while Hull dropped their last two league matches by a combined six goals and havn't won a league game since mid-August.
Jack Wilshere, BOU vs. HUL ($4,700): It's been a slow return to top-level play for Wilshere. The Arsenal-loanee hasn't shown much in his recent appearances, as he's seen his playing time monitored closely. Focusing just on the last match against Watford, he took corner kicks and twice struck the crossbar. He was not a massive part of the attack while at Arsenal, but Bournemouth will utilize his skill on the attacking side much more.
Christian Benteke, CRY vs. WHU ($8,200): Coming off a hat trick for Belgium on Monday, Benteke will look to continue the form that saw him score in his last two Premier League appearances. Coming off yet another disappointing performance in drawing at home against Middlesbrough, West Ham lost their four previous league matches by a combined nine goals. Their 17 goals allowed on the season are the worst in the league. This figures to be a higher-scoring game as both defenses have showcased struggles of late.
Heung-Min Son, TOT at WBA ($7,600): Picking up yet another goal and assist for South Korea, the man of the moment continues to produce. In his last four Premier League appearances, Son accounted for four goals and two assists while also sending in 29 crosses. With Harry Kane still out, Son has taken the mantle as Spurs' primary attacking weapon, picking up meaningful fantasy stats in every offensive category.
Alex Iwobi, ARS vs. SWA ($5,900): The Nigerian international joined countryman Kelechi Iheanacho during the break to score in World Cup qualifying. Arsenal face injury concerns to Lucas Perez and Olivier Giroud, while Alexis Sanchez faces a quick turnaround after playing two full, tough matches for Chile in South America. Iwobi doesn't bring a sizable floor and represents a risk in cash games because of it, but Arsenal are heavy favorites over Swansea, putting Iwobi in a very favorable position to contribute to goals.