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Saturday, 10:00 a.m: Burnley v. Huddersfield
Saturday, 10:00 a.m: Crystal Palace v. Wolves
Saturday, 10:00 a.m: Leicester City v. Everton
Saturday, 10:00 a.m: Tottenham v. Cardiff City
Saturday, 10:00 a.m: Watford v. Bournemouth
Saturday, 12:30 p.m: Manchester United v. Newcastle
Sunday, 7:00 a.m: Fulham v. Arsenal
Sunday, 9:15 a.m: Southampton v. Chelsea
Sunday, 11:30 a.m: Liverpool v. Manchester City
Harry Kane, TOT v. CAR (£28): Kane has a goal in three straight games, and a home game against Cardiff City presents a prime opportunity to keep his streak going. Cardiff have shipped 14 goals over their last four games, and with Kane boasting the best anytime goal scorer odds on the slate, I'm expecting him to pile on to their recent misery.
Son Heung-Min, TOT v. CAR (£23): Son assisted in Wednesday's loss to Barcelona, and with multiple injuries in the Tottenham attack, he should continue to start. He's yet to score this season, but considering he's topped double-digit goals in two straight seasons, it's only a matter of time before he opens his 2018/19 account.
Jamie Vardy, LEI v. EVE (£18): Vardy will look to carry his run of good form over to Saturday's home clash against Everton, who have conceded two goals in each of their three away games this season. He's one of the most goal dependent forwards in the league, but at this price combined with his hot form and the good home matchup, Vardy could be the kicker in tournaments.
Eden Hazard, CHE at SOU (£26): Hazard leads the league with six goals, and now he's up against a vulnerable Southampton defense that has conceded two goals in three straight games. He has a lot more freedom under new boss Maurizio Sarri, and Hazard's fantasy owners should continue to reap the rewards.
Paul Pogba, MUN v. NEW (£20): Despite all of the turmoil out of the Manchester United camp, Pogba has been a consistent source of fantasy points. He has the ability to pile up stats through a variety of categories, and in a favorable matchup at home against Newcastle, I think he continues to be a safe plug-and-play at a reasonable salary.
James Maddison, LEI v. EVE (£18): Maddison has been involved on the scoresheet for four consecutive games, and he's well positioned to make it five at home against Everton on Saturday. His 11.90 points per game average is among the best at the position, but Maddison comes at a hefty discount compared to some of the bigger names.
Kieran Trippier, TOT v. CAR (£19): Trippier contributed an assist and topped 10 points in his last league appearance. He's in a similar spot against Cardiff at home, as Spurs have a legitimate shot at a clean sheet and Trippier should see plenty of opportunities to get involved in the attack, whether through set pieces or open play.
Harry Maguire, LEI v. EVE (£16): Maguire has taken a combined seven shots over his last three outings, putting five on frame and finally hitting pay dirt with a goal in last weekend's 2-0 win over Newcastle. While we can't always rely on attacking production from center-backs, the uptick in shots in noteworthy, and it's clear that the Foxes are going to continue to seek Maguire out on set pieces.
Jose Holebas, WAT v. BOU (£14): Holebas is averaging over 10 points per game at home this season, and he should flirt with double digits again against Bournemouth on Saturday. He continues to stand over the majority of Watford's dead balls and co-leads the league in assists through the first seven games.
Hugo Lloris, TOT v. CAR (£17): Lloris conceded four goals to Barcelona in his return from injury but gets a much better matchup at home against Cardiff in his Premier League return. Spurs boast the best win and clean sheet odds on the slate, and considering Cardiff have just one goal in three away games, I don't mind finding the funds to pay up for Lloris.