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So, check out all our top tips on who you should bring in to your side ahead of GW7 below, along with the latest price changes.
Latest - Prices on the move before GW7
The official FPL Twitter account has announced the latest price changes.
Arsenal's Buakyo Saka (£6.3) sees his price increase following his 13-point haul against Tottenham in the derby win.
Luke Shaw's (£5.4) price drops with uncertainty over his fitness ahead of GW7.
Callum Wilson (£7.3) and Sergio Reguilon (£5.1) also receive price decreases having produced poor returns in their recent fixtures.
The FPL Gameweek 7 fixtures are as follows:
Saturday, 2 October
Man Utd vs Everton
Burnley vs Norwich
Chelsea vs Southampton
Leeds vs Watford
Wolves vs Newcastle
Brighton vs Arsenal
Sunday, 3 October
Crystal Palace vs Leicester
Spurs vs Aston Villa
West Ham vs Brentford
Liverpool vs Man City
Gameweek 7 deadline: Saturday, 2 October at 6am ET / 11am BST.
We've selected two premium 'keepers to keep an eye on for GW7.
Star Signing – Edouard Mendy (£6.0m)
Edouard Mendy is the first of three Blues players to make it into our GW7 tips, due to their brilliant run of fixtures.
The Chelsea goalkeeper has already kept three clean sheets this season and faces a Southampton side who failed to score in their last game against Wolves.
Bargain Buy – Illan Meslier (£5.0m)
This one might sound crazy, with Leeds having not kept a single clean sheet this term, but hear us out!
With good upcoming fixtures including Watford, Southampton, Wolves and Norwich Meslier could pick up save points and potentially his first few clean sheets of the season.
These two centre backs could prove to be great value in the coming weeks.
Star Signing – Thiago Silva (£5.4m)
A Chelsea defender is essential as we head into Gameweek 7, with fixtures against Southampton, Brentford, Norwich, Newcastle and Burnley next.
The Brazilian centre back looks to be a snip at £5.4m, but there is a risk of Tomas Tuchel rotating his defenders with Champions League matches coming up too.
Bargain Buy – Kortney Hause (£4.4m)
The highest scorer of GW6 was Aston Villa defender, Kortney Hause, having scored the winner at Old Trafford and taking home maximum bonus points.
However, this was his first start of the season only playing because Axel Tuanzebe (£4.5m) was ineligible to face his parent club, but at £4.4m he could be a smart move.
It's all about the mid-priced midfielders this week!
Star Signing – Jarrod Bowen (£6.3m)
Jarrod Bowen has started every single Premier League game this season and picked up an assist in both GW5 and GW6.
The West Ham midfielder, selected by just 0.9% of FPL managers, faces a Brentford defence who conceded three goals in their last outing.
Bargain Buy – Bukayo Saka (£6.2m)
Saka managed a goal, assist and maximum bonus points in Arsenal's 3-1 derby win over Tottenham.
The Gunners winger has now returned in back-to-back games, having eight shots in the box and creating seven chances in his last three matches.
These two strikers have some great upcoming fixtures.
Star Signing – Romelu Lukaku (£11.7m)
Despite blanking in Gameweeks 5 and 6, Lukaku is a must-have heading into GW7 due to the Blues' incredible run of fixtures.
The Chelsea forward faces five unsure defences in a row next, with games against Southampton, Brentford, Norwich, Newcastle and Burnley coming up.
Bargain Buy – Allan Saint-Maximin (£6.8m)
The entertaining Allan Saint-Maximin has produced returns in all but one Gameweek so far this season, having scored two goals and provided three assists.
The Magpies come up against Wolves, Spurs and Crystal Palace next where the Frenchman will be looking to bag once again.
Kante catches Covid
Absolute disaster for Chelsea fans, as N'Golo Kante has contracted Covid-19 which will rule him out of the weekend's game against Southampton.
With just nine points to his name so far this season, if you haven't already shipped the Frenchman yet - then what are you waiting for?
For a cheaper price (£4.5m) you can pick up Aston Villa's Douglas Luiz, with the Brazilian racking up 19 points already this term, and faces a struggling Spurs, Wolves and Arsenal in his next three games.
Newcastle may be looking for their first win, but with Wolves, Spurs and Crystal Palace in their next three games, you may want to take a punt on wide man Jacob Murphy - who has 16 points and costs just £5.0m.
More Price Changes
FPL Status on Twitter has announced the latest price falls in FPL.
Raheem Sterling (£10.7) drops once again, still not living up to his hefty price tag.
Anwar El Ghazi (£5.8) could be worth a punt at his new price, but with Aston Villa's new forwards his playing time could be limited.
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