Review of the 7th Game Day of the Premier League

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Jürgen Klopp probably collected a few more grey hairs on the 7th match day of the current Premier League season. Liverpool only managed a 1:1 draw against Newcastle United in Sunday’s final match. Keep reading to find out what else happened on the last match day before the national break.

The matches/The table

Tottenham kicked off the 7th match day by celebrating a 4:0 win over Huddersfield. Manchester United put in an equally impressive performance. The Red Devils beat Crystal Palace also winning 4:0. The Gunners were successfully fought off Brighton and booked a 2:0 win. All eyes, however, were on another part of London. Current champions Chelsea received the current table leaders Manchester City. With a goal difference of 21: 2 and undefeated, the Skyblues showed superb form against Chelsea and finally achieved a 1:0 win thanks to Kevin de Bruyne’s first goal of the season.

Burnley also booked a win. The club is slowly but surely becoming the surprise team of the league. On Sunday, Burnley beat Everton FC 1:0, and has scored twelve points after seven games. The team has still not lost a game against the top teams in the league. Burnley booked a 3:2 win against Chelsea and 1: 1 wins against Liverpool and Tottenham.

The players of the fantasy football game day

When it comes to the big point-scorers on this game day, one of the key points to note is that only Harry Kane and Marouane Fellaini managed to score more than once this game day. The match between Spurs and Huddersfield only featured on FanTeam, but it did feature one of the two big point-scorers – even so Kane only made 4th place.

Harry Kane (TOT)/Marouane Fellaini (MNU)

Goals 5 and 6 for this Premier League season meant that Harry Kane brought in 11 points on Fanteam. Fellaini brought in 14 points on FanTeam and 16 on FantasyBet

Kieran Trippier /Ben Davies (TOT)

As is often the case with Spurs, their defenders put in an impressive performance. In addition to the already well-established clean sheet, Trippier was able to prepare two goals for (13 points) . Ben Davies was even more successful, scoring one himself and preparing another for (17 points) . Ben Davies always stands out as being good for a place in our starting line ups. The defender is already on two goals and three assists this season.

Nacho Monreal (ARS)

Arsenal’s defence also put on a good show in the 2:0 win. Monreal made a decisive contribution by setting the 1: 0 lead. For this he earned 15 points on FantasyBet and 14 on Fanteam 14

Richarlison (WAT)

The last player on our list is Richarlison of Watford. The budget striker contributed a goal and an assist to the 2:2 draw with West Brom. This earned him 10 points on both Fanteam and FantasyBet. By this time last season, Richarlison was on three goals and two assists. Next week Watford will head London to take on the Gunners, but after that the Brazilian could be an excellent budget option for Fantasy Football Managers.

Outlook

In the top match of the 8th game day, Manchester Utd. plays Liverpool. All other top teams, on the other hand, have very feasible tasks in front of them hence we will be able to rely on the usual suspects. You can find out more in our preview. But before that, we are looking forward to exciting national games.

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