Fantasy Premier League is back this weekend after a long fortnight of international football.
Managers from around the country are already tinkering their teams ahead of Gameweek 5 in the hope of stretching their lead or making up ground in their mini-league standings.
Last Gameweek, talkSPORT.com gave you some superb tips, with four of our selections delivering the goods with some fine displays.
Daniel James, Jamie Vardy, Oleksandr Zinchenko and Sebastien Haller all returned points for their owners, so let’s hope our tips have the same success this week.
So who should you think about bringing in this week? talkSPORT.com has identified five must-haves for Gameweek 5.
Have a look at our verdict below…
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Kevin de Bruyne (£9.8m)
After an injury-struck 2018/19, De Bruyne is now back to his blistering best and that was clear for all to see over the international break.
The Belgian was unplayable against Scotland, picking up a goal and three assists in a faultless display.
The dynamic playmaker remarkably has SIX assists already to his name this season, and with Norwich up next, he is certainly a must-have in your XI for the weekend.
Whether that means downgrading a premium striker to fit him in, or even replacing a Liverpool asset in Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane, bringing in De Bruyne should be a top priority because at just £9.8m, the 28-year-old represents incredible value.
His price will only rise and rise should he remain injury-free for the rest of the campaign.
Erik Lamela (£6.0m)
Tottenham have had a mixed bag of results so far this season, with a disappointing defeat to Newcastle coming in between of two hard-fought draws with Arsenal and Man City.
However, Spurs now have a kind run of fixtures and the perfect opportunity to get a good run of results together.
In Gameweek 5, Pochettino’s men face Crystal Palace at home, who they have defeated eight times in eight Premier League fixtures.
Lamela has been a bright spark for Spurs this season despite their dodgy early form showings.
The Argentine has already scored once and assisted twice in four games and has somewhat gone under the radar as an FPL asset, with just three per cent of managers owning the winger.
Therefore, taking a risk on the 27-year-old could be the perfect move to make some ground over your rivals.
Erik Pieters (£4.6)
Full-back Pieters already has two assists to his name this season – the joint most of any defender so far.
Burnley have extremely favourable fixtures in the shape of Brighton, Norwich, Aston Villa, Everton and Leicester in the next five Gameweeks, and now could be the perfect time to invest in the defender who costs well under £5m.
Furthermore, the Clarets’ defence has looked reasonably rigid, conceding just six goals in their first four games despite already facing Liverpool and Arsenal.
Callum Wilson (£7.8m)
Following on from his brilliant campaign last term, Wilson is once again proving to be a big handful for opposition defences.
The Englishman has been a constant threat in every game so far, and although he has only netted once he looks like he will get many more in the coming weeks.
The Cherries face Everton, Southampton and West Ham next and you’d back Wilson to get at least one clean-cut chance in those games.
He is owned by under ten per cent of managers and would represent a great alternative pick up front in your team.
Callum Robinson (£5.3m)
Robinson has operated in a striker role for Sheffield United in the opening 4 Gameweeks, after completing a move from Preston North End in the summer.
The Irishman was central to all of the Blades’ success against Chelsea, scoring the goal to equalise the match.
He has been on great form so far this campaign, and with a home fixture against Southampton next now might be the perfect time to put him in your XI.
Having netted 12 goals in 27 appearances in the Championship last season, Robinson could be one of the best value picks of the season, with his price currently at £5.3m.
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