This article is part of our FPL Waiver Wire series.
Gameweek 5 was dominated by huge scoring efforts and a surprising upset. Tottenham and Chelsea, two inconsistent sides, combined for nine goals, while Manchester City fell at Norwich City 3-2. European competition starts this week, which means there could be some new faces in lineups, though it's impossible to project starting XIs, especially with Sergio Aguero and Gabriel Jesus.
There are five forwards who everyone has a piece of, with each at least 22 percent owned at the official FPL game. However, it's a wonder when the bandwagon will start to jump from Harry Kane, who has one goal and one assist in the last four matches. When you pay up for a player, you tend to want more production than that. While Tottenham have a decent upcoming schedule, it wouldn't be a terrible idea to cut bait with the striker ahead of Champions League play. While you could exchange him for teammate Son Heung-Min, that would require a double move. If you're using a Wildcard, the move from Kane to Son wouldn't be a bad idea given Son's popularity, as he's barely on five percent of teams. If you want to drop someone else, there are plenty of differential plays who have just as good of schedules. Ashley Barnes takes on Norwich and Aston Villa in the next two matches, while Bournemouth have Southampton and West Ham. It makes sense to take Joshua King over Callum Wilson because of penalties, but I prefer the