This is week two of the 2022/23 English Premier League season and here are the players you can pick to make up your team for the Fantasy Premier League.
Reports have it that over 900,000 fantasy premier league managers picked Erling Haaland and the reason isn’t far-fetched. He is a proven goal scorer and he scored two goals on his debut last weekend.
So here are the first 11 players for week 2 of the fantasy premier league
Robert Sanchez (BHA) £4.5m
The Brighton & Hove Albion No. 1 will have the opportunity to build on his impressive performance from Gameweek 1 with a home match against Newcastle United. In his team’s 2-1 away victory over Manchester United, Sanchez won four points by making five saves and securing one bonus point.
Trent Alexander-Arnold (LIV) £7.5m
The right defender for Liverpool scored five goals in double figures at home last season, demonstrating his leadership potential.
Joao Cancelo (MCI) £7.0m
He took 81 shots in 2021–2022, more than any other Man City player.
Gabriel (ARS) £5.0m
In his two encounters with Leicester City last season, the center-back for Arsenal was quite successful on both sides of the field. Gabriel scored one goal, kept two clean sheets, added three bonuses, and scored a total of 21 points.
Lucas Digne (AVL) £5.0m
At home against Everton, the Aston Villa left-back has potential on both sides of the field. Digne finished second for Villa after Steven Gerrard was named head coach in Gameweek 12 of the previous season with 34 crucial passes and four assists.
Mohamed Salah (LIV) £13.0m
Nearly 3.3 million managers chose to captain Liverpool’s talisman in Gameweek 1, and he is predicted to be the most popular choice once more.
Phil Foden (MCI) £8.0m
With a 6.4% ownership share, the England star has a significant advantage against AFC Bournemouth.
Gabriel Martinelli (ARS) £6.1m
Last season, the Brazilian had a team-high 11 huge opportunities for Arsenal at home. Martinelli, who appears in 25.8% of squads, is the second-most-owned midfielder in Fantasy.
Jack Harrison (LEE) £6.0m
In Gameweek 1, the winger for Leeds United produced six chances, the most of any player. Harrison’s all-around threat versus Southampton was highlighted by his goals in three of his final five away games from home last season.
Erling Haaland (MCI) £11.6m
The forward’s final two league seasons with Borussia Dortmund saw him contribute to a goal every 69.8 minutes.
Darwin Nunez (LIV) £9.0m
Nunez was a second-half substitution at Fulham, but his three significant chances in Gameweek 1 were second only to Haaland’s.