This article is part of our FPL Waiver Wire series.
If you didn't grab Teemu Pukki before last week, you may have missed the boat. For one, he's no longer a differential as the fifth-most owned forward, soon to be fourth-most. The problem is that three of Norwich's next five matches are away and the two at home are against Chelsea and Manchester City. I liked him last week, but you needed that hat trick for him to be worth it.
The first place I'm looking for Gameweek 3 is the team across the field from Norwich. Chelsea have one of the more favorable upcoming slates with home matches against Sheffield United and Brighton following the trip to Norwich. While matches against Wolves and Liverpool are before Brighton, the schedule is still better than most. Mason Mount has my eye because he's still less owned than Ross Barkley despite being maybe Chelsea's best attacker in their opening matches, providing five shots on goal and five chances created. Kurt Zouma and Andreas Christensen are also in that boat as cheaper defenders who have started both matches. They may not have a clean sheet, but I'd be willing to bet they'll have at least two following the match against Brighton.
Man City and Man United also have two of the better upcoming schedules, though their players are already plenty popular. City will continue to mix up their lineup, which doesn't help in fantasy, but I'd grab John Stones if he returns to training this week. If he doesn't, Luke Shaw