With three fresh transfers available for September I’ve decided to make a change specifically for game week 4. I’ve made a fairly average start in terms of points so I’m hoping for a quick win in September with this change.
Out: Lacazette (4.8m)
In: Morata (5.3m)
After Arsenal’s poor start to the season I’ve lost patience with them already – Lacazette being dropped to the bench against Liverpool was the final straw for me. As a result I’m putting in Morata for hopefully some short term points – Chelsea play Leicester this weekend and then have an easy Champions League tie midweek. Arsenal play Bournemouth, which I think is an easier fixture, however I’m not sure if Lacazette will start in the Europa League.
I don’t think there’s much to choose between the two strikers for the game week. As a result this could easily backfire. Worst case scenario is that Lacazette gets a couple against Bournemouth and then plays in the Europa League and does well again. On the other hand he could equally not score against Bournemouth and then be left out in the Europa League. The reason I’m going for Morata is because I believe he’s almost certain to play in both games, hopefully giving him more chance of scoring more points this week.
I may then look to remove Morata after game week 4, as Chelsea have a tough run of fixtures. Someone like Jesus may then be bought in. It’s also a bit of a risk as there are a lot of games to be played in September and only three transfers available. I’m keeping my eye on Kompany (a doubt for the weekend) and Ogbonna (poor start, may be dropped). I’m also conscious that having removed De Bruyne I’ve no longer got any Man City representation going forward. This needs to be readdressed fairly quickly.
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