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7:30 a.m: Liverpool v. Stoke City
10:00 a.m: Southampton v. Bournemouth
10:00 a.m: Burnley v. Brighton
10:00 a.m: Crystal Palace v. Leicester City
10:00 a.m: Huddersfield v. Everton
10:00 a.m: Newcastle v. West Brom
12:30 p.m: Swansea City v. Chelsea
Danny Ings, LIV v. STK (€8M): Ings should benefit from squad rotation as Liverpool have a more important game to worry about on Wednesday. He bagged a goal last weekend and has topped 10 points in each of his last two appearances.
Dominic Solanke, LIV v. STK (€6M): Solanke is another player who could see a spot start Saturday with Liverpool resting their big dogs ahead of Wednesday's Champions League semi-final in Rome. He's exceeded double-digit points in each of his last two starts.
James Ward-Prowse, SOU v. BOU (€8M): We can usually count on seven-to-eight points from Ward-Prowse, and with Southampton fighting off relegation he's in a good spot to exceed double digits if he can contribute on the score sheet at home against Bournemouth.
Tom Ince, HUD v. EVE (€8M): Ince delivered a crucial goal off the bench on Matchday 34 to keep Huddersfield two spots clear of the relegation zone. A win at home against Everton would put them in prime position to earn another season of top flight football, and if Ince did enough to get back in the starting lineup, he could turn up with another big contribution.
Rajiv van La Parra, HUD v. EVE (€8M): van La Parra may be the safer play out of the Huddersfield midfield considering he's started three straight. He hasn't scored in his last six appearances, but in a game that carries big implications van La Parra should see multiple opportunities to contribute.
Ragnar Klavan, LIV v. STK (€8M): Klavan was included in last week's rotated back line and finished with 12.65 fantasy points. When given the start, Klavan has proven viable, eclipsing 15 points on multiple occasions.
Emerson, CHE at SWA (€6M):Emerson delivered a double-digit fantasy score in his first start of the season, and while he's a little hard to trust not knowing if he'll earn another start, he is a nice value if he's back in the lineup.
Alberto Moreno, LIV v. STK (€5M): Moreno had an off game last time out, ending with 6.1 fantasy points, but he'll look to bounce back to his 10-point average at home against Stoke on Saturday.
Simon Mignolet, LIV v. STK (€3M): This play depends on if usual starter Loris Karius is rested ahead of Wednesday's Champions League semi-final. Check starting lineups and if Mignolet is there, he should be the first one in your lineup as a minimum priced goalkeeper.