This article is part of our Yahoo DFS Soccer series.
Saturday, 7:30 a.m: West Ham v. Manchester United
Saturday, 10:00 a.m: Huddersfield v. Tottenham
Saturday, 10:00 a.m: Arsenal v. Watford
Saturday, 10:00 a.m: Wolves v. Southampton
Saturday, 10:00 a.m: Newcastle v. Leicester City
Saturday, 10:00 a.m: Manchester City v. Brighton
Saturday, 10:00 a.m: Everton v. Fulham
Saturday, 12:30 p.m: Chelsea v. Liverpool
Sunday, 11:00 a.m: Cardiff City v. Burnley
Monday, 3:00 p.m: Bournemouth v. Crystal Palace
Sergio Aguero, MCI v. BHA (£27): Aguero racked up 19.40 points through a goal on three shots on target in his last outing, a hefty point haul considering he subbed off with 30 minutes left to play. He has the best anytime goal-scoring odds of any player on the slate and has a great opportunity to add to his goal tally at home against a Brighton squad who are winless in seven and have conceded two goals in three straight.
Raheem Sterling, MCI v. BHA (£24): Sterling has hit double-digit points in three of his last four games, and as a key ingredient to the Manchester City attack, we can't overlook him with so many other appealing options to consider from the Citizens. He's been a menace at home, scoring in both appearances at the Etihad and racking up over 38 points.
Richarlison, EVE v. FUL (£21):Richarlison was lively in his return from suspension, scoring 9.15 fantasy points at Arsenal despite being kept off the scoresheet. For those who don't remember, Richarlison started the season with a bang, bagging three goals in his first two games before being sent off in his third match. At home against a Fulham defense that has struggled on the road, Richarlison is firmly on the radar to get back amongst the goals.
Leroy Sane, MCI v. BHA (£21): Sane has contributed a goal or an assist in three straight games and can make it four Saturday with Manchester City projected to score multiple goals. We'll want maximum exposure to the City attack, and Sane's eligibility as a midfielder certainly helps when jamming in the Sky Blues.
James Maddison, LEI at NEW (£18): Maddison delivered another goal last week and is averaging over 15 points per game over his last three on the strength of seven shots, 10 fouls won, two goals and an assist. That's quite the stat dump, but it give us a good look at just how active Maddison is in the Leicester attack, and considering Newcastle have let in two goals in three straight at home, there's reason to believe he keeps the production going on the road.
Junior Stanislas, BOU v. CRY (£15): Bournemouth's attack received a nice boost with the return of Stanislas last week, and he was quick to remind everyone of his upside with a stunning half-volley goal in their midweek Carabao Cup win. He's now scored in three of his last four starts for Bournemouth, and if he makes his first start of the season Monday, he makes for one of the best values on the slate. There also no need to panic if he's not in the starting lineup, as teammate Ryan Fraser is a viable pivot at the same price.
Kyle Walker, MCI v. BHA (£17): With Benjamin Mendy still out with a foot injury, Walker remains Manchester City's best attacking option at the defender position. He's taken a combined five shots in his last three home games, and with City expected to be on the front foot, there's a chance he replicates his 17-point outing from four games ago when he scored the game winner against Newcastle.
Nicolas Otamendi, MCI v. BHA (£15): Otamendi has contributed to a clean sheet in each of his two starts this season, topping 12 points in last weekend's dispatching of Cardiff. He's projected to remain in the lineup and gives us cheap-ish exposure to the City backline in another favorable spot at home to Brighton.
Nacho Monreal, ARS v. WAT (£15): Monreal topped double-digit points in helping Arsenal secure their first clean sheet of the season against Everton last weekend, and in a pivotal home game against Watford he'll have opportunities to earn points on both sides of the field. He's taken four shots – all on target – over his last four outings, giving the Gunners an attacking threat out of the back.
Ederson, MCI v. BHA (£18):Ederson has the best clean sheet and win odds of any goalkeeper on the slate and is at home against a Brighton attack that's been held scoreless in two of their three away games this season. Shockingly, he's not even the highest priced 'keeper on the slate, but who's really considering dropping £22 on Bournemouth's third-string goalie that won't even be on the plane to Manchester?