Fantasy Premier League Hot or Not Picks Featuring James Maddison

LEICESTER, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 01: Leicester City's James Maddison during the Premier League match between Leicester City and Liverpool FC at The King Power Stadium on September 1, 2018 in Leicester, United Kingdom. (Photo by Stephen White - CameraSport via Getty Images)

With the international break finally over, many Fantasy Premier League managers are deciding who to transfer out and who to bring in. So who are the hot or not picks ahead of game week five?

Hot or Not Picks Featuring James Maddison

Hot

James Maddison

The new Leicester City signing has been a revelation for the Foxes this season. James Maddison had a fantastic season in the Championship and is continuing his form in the Premier League. The 21-year-old could earn you a few points this weekend as Leicester City face Bournemouth. Both teams have been on a terrific run so far but still leak goals in the defence. The England U21 player can spot any pass and will definitely split-up the Cherries’ defence with one pass.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka

Wan-Bissaka has become a fan favourite at Selhurst Park this season. Also getting his first international call-up to England U21’s, the defender has provided Palace with an attacking presence in defence but has been a strong leader in the back four. Huddersfield have struggled so far and look lacklustre in attack, so the clean sheet points look certain for Wan-Bissaka.

Cenk Tosun

The Turkish international has failed to replicate Romelu Lukaku’s goal-scoring form and has failed to hit the back of the net so far this campaign. However, Everton face a struggling West Ham, who are yet to grab any points. Tosun will be part of an attacking-side as the Toffees look to add more pain to Manuel Pellegrini.

Not

Harry Kane

Harry Kane has broken the August goalscoring drought after scoring two goals. However, many fans have suggested the striker has looked tired after coming back from England’s World Cup campaign. Spurs face a strong Liverpool side, who have only conceded one goal. The 25-year-old could be a miss for a few weeks as he tries to find his scoring touch again.

Ryan Sessegnon

England’s brightest star still needs a few more weeks to adjust after failing to make an impact in the first four weeks. The 18-year-old was dropped to the bench last weekend and could one of the most transferred out players so far. It could be a few months before he finds his form from the Championship.

James Tarkowski

Tarkowski was one of the strongest defenders last season after successful season with Burnley. However, he has been part of a leaking defence as the Clarets have failed to grab a win so far. Burnley face Wolves, with the newly promoted side looking dangerous on the counter-attack and it looks likely to continue.

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