This article is part of our Fantasy Premier League Rankings series.
I have been asked by a few people to expand the weekly rankings to help those in deeper leagues, so instead of going with 20 forwards, 20 midfielders, 20 defenders and 10 goalkeepers, I've gone with 25, 44, 34 and 10, respectively, this week. If you have any feedback (positive or negative), please leave a comment below, hit me up on Twitter @RotoWireAndrew or reach out in our subscriber Discord chat.
For detailed stats and odds, check out the Fantasy Premier League: Gameweek 3 Cheat Sheet.
Updated Friday morning (EDT).
|1||Harry Kane||TOT||NEW||H||78.31||51.41||11.0||Kane was amazingly invisible against Man City, but home against Newcastle is making people consider a triple captain in the Premier League's official game (I wouldn't do it).|
|2||Sergio Aguero||MCI||BOU||A||79.38||46.34||12.0||The rift with Pep seems overblown, and a hat trick and huge hug as he walks off the pitch at 75 minutes wouldn't surprise anyone.|
|3||Roberto Firmino||LIV||ARS||H||64.87||32.48||9.5||Two games, two appearances on the scoresheet. Oh, and people will tell you the hat trick he scored against Arsenal at Anfield last season matters.|
|4||Marcus Rashford||MUN||CRY||H||69.08||46.34||8.6||Rashford and Anthony Martial are finally playing like we always wanted them to, and after Paul Pogba's saved penalty on Monday, Rashford may have more of the subsequent chances; unfortunately, OGS isn't|