It's that time of the week once again, Fantasy Premier League players.
The midweek European adventure is over and we're back down to domestic business for the penultimate game week before the November international break.
Wolves and Crystal Palace kick-off this weekend's action later this evening, with Sheffield United hosting Manchester City for Saturday's early game.
Liverpool welcome West Ham to Anfield for tomorrow's 17:30 kick-off, before the big game between Manchester United and Arsenal at 16:30 on Sunday.
Leeds and Leicester sign off an exciting game week on the Monday Night Football. But enough about the fixtures, let's get down to FPL business.
Let's have a look at the seven players we think are set to light up the Premier League over the next four days...
Bruno Fernandes vs Arsenal (H) - £10.5m
Given the fact that Shkodran Mustafi will likely start for the Gunners at Old Trafford, we're wagering that Fernandes will get another chance to score from the spot.
A sizeable investment is required to bring the Portuguese into your team, but 'high risk, high reward' is the name of the game.
Hakim Ziyech vs Burnley (A) - £7.9m
Ziyech was brilliant in Chelsea's 4-0 win away against FC Krasnodar and Frank Lampard will all but certainly hand the Moroccan his first Premier League start this weekend as a result.
The former Ajax man and the Blues won't find it easy against Burnley, but we're backing Ziyech's left foot to be the key in opening up Sean Dyche's defence.
He'll be in charge of most set-pieces too, which significantly increases his potential for points.
Diogo Jota vs West Ham (H) - £6.3m
With injuries mounting at Liverpool, Jurgen Klopp looks as if he'll have to revert to a 4-2-3-1 formation against West Ham.
That will allow Jota to start the game and the Portuguese has looked a stellar addition to the Reds' squad thus far.
A cheap Liverpool attacker in good form against a Hammers side prone to defensive mistakes? Sign us up!
Jack Harrison vs Leicester (H) - £5.5m
While it's ever so tempting - and probably wise - to bring in goal machine Patrick Bamford, Harrison also offers outstanding FPL value this week.
Leeds' main source of creativity costs just £5.5m and will be up against a Leicester City side plagued by defensive injuries.
With Timoty Castagne now injured too, the Foxes have seriously limited options at right-back and we're backing the left-sided Harrison to take full advantage.
Allan Saint-Maximin vs Everton (H) - £5.3m
Newcastle's tricky winger is currently available for the absolute bargain price of £5.3m, a valuation that is too good to turn down.
The Frenchman will operate on the left versus Everton, meaning he will likely come up against Ben Godfrey, a centre-back by trade.
We smell a mismatch, one that could result in Saint-Maximin being one of the stars of GW7.
Karlan Grant vs Fulham (A) - £6.0m
A bold call this one, but Grant's goal in West Brom's 1-1 draw away at Brighton really caught out eye ahead of GW7.
Fulham's defence is the worst in the Premier League and the underrated 23-year-old striker has a strong chance of scoring for the second game running.
At the time of writing, Grant is owned by 0.0% of FPL players. Time to get ahead of the curve...
Che Adams vs Aston Villa (A) - £5.8m
Adams has finally found his goal scoring boots in a Southampton shirt ahead of Sunday's meeting with Villa, who were beaten 3-0 by Leeds last week.
The former Birmingham City striker has found the back of the net in the Saints' last two games against Chelsea and Everton.
Given he's £2.7m cheaper than his partner-in-crime Danny Ings - who is more prolific, granted - acquiring Adams as a budget forward looks like a very wise choice.
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