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2:45 pm: Cardiff City vs. Everton
2:45 pm: Huddersfield Town vs. Wolverhampton
2:45 pm: Leicester City vs. Brighton & Hove Albion
3:00 pm: Newcastle United vs. Burnley
Raul Jimenez, WOL v. HUD (£19): The second-most expensive forward on the slate is Jimenez, though as you look further into players and roster construction, you'll find that you can pretty much play whever you want. Jimenez, who has scored four goals and added an assist in his past five matches, has a low point total in that span of 8.05, while he scored at least 10.00 four times, including 24.35 against West Ham. There's no clear-cut way for me to say how bad Huddersfield are, but they can't seem to find a way to stop losing. Wolverhampton, on the other hand, have a firm lock on seventh place and have dropped just one match in their past six. Aside from maybe a couple Wolverhampton midfielders, Jimenez is the most viable play against a historically bad Huddersfield team.
Salomon Rondon, NEW v. BUR (£18): Rondon has been quietly putting together a quality season, as he now has seven goals and four assists after his one-goal, one-assist outing Saturday against Huddersfield. This might sound weird, but I'm slightly more inclined to trust Rondon over Jamie Vardy (£18), who has one goal in his last six starts. Both are somewhat of a gamble, though this slate