This article is part of our FPL Waiver Wire series.
It took three weeks for Teemu Pukki to become the most owned forward at the official fantasy Premier League game. Surprisingly, the second-leading forward, Ashley Barnes, is still on fewer than 10 percent of teams despite scoring in every match. Maybe that won't continue, but I'd rather take on the less-popular Barnes, who has a better upcoming fixture list with a home match against Norwich, as well as trips to Brighton and Aston Villa. And that's what this column is about. Taking the route no one else is because if you have Pukki now, you may gain some value, but he won't help you jump to the top of the leaderboard.
There are a few other forwards who may be just as intriguing as Barnes. Tammy Abraham possibly won a more stable spot in Chelsea's starting XI with a brace last match, and he has a chance to add another goal at home against Sheffield. Sebastien Haller also looked the part and bagged a brace over the weekend. The Hammers host Norwich and then travel to Aston Villa following the international break. I'd still have my eye on Moise Kean and swoop him up once he makes the starting squad for Everton. They are struggling to score as a team, and it's only a matter of time before he gets the call. I also think Joelinton can't be completely ignored even though he plays for Newcastle. He showed his strength battling Tottenham's centerbacks last match, and it's