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Manuel Lanzini is West Ham's secret danger man this week

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Coming off the back of an intense weekend of Premier League football, the midweek action promises to be just as lively.

Sparks are expected to fly, as always, between Liverpool and Everton, while the battle for the Champions League also heats up.

Manchester United can stake their claim for a top four spot, but of course, for the players of United, Crystal Palace, Everton and Watford, this represents one last chance to cement their place in the starting line-ups for the weekend's FA Cup semi-finals at Wembley.

As part of our partnership with DraftKings, we're shining the spotlight on a series of players who will dazzle on the big stage tonight - starting with Manuel Lanzini.

Manuel Lanzini v Watford, $4,100

Lanzini's six goals this season make the West Ham midfielder a sure selection. With a passing accuracy of 90%, he will once again link up well with in-form Andy Carroll.


A long-shot specialist, Lanzini should really test Watford goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes in this contest. He’s not shy of a tackle or midfield battle either, which will in turn bring interceptions into play. His FPPG currently stands at an average of 9.0, largely thanks to the 36 shots he has already had this season and his price is very tempting indeed.

Is Lanzini West Ham's third most dangerous player behind Carroll and Payet?

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