This article is part of our FPL Waiver Wire series.
Injuries are a thing of the past with Kevin De Bruyne and Mohamed Salah fully recovered from their minor ailments. Of course, there's always something you can do to make your FPL team better, especially since all of your players aren't scoring every match.
It happened gradually, but Tammy Abraham is only behind Virgil van Dijk in terms of ownership at the official Fantasy Premier League game, owned by 45 percent of teams. If you have him, you're unlikely to make a move in the standings, though I'd wait until the trip to Manchester City before dropping him. His price will level out eventually and while the next three matches are favorable, he has one goal in the last four in league play. If you want to drop him now, Sebastien Haller is the extreme differential for West Ham with upcoming home matches against Sheffield United and Newcastle. He's made the score-sheet in four of his last seven starts and is getting at least one shot on goal and chance created per match. Haller's not as likely to score as Abraham, but the differential factor is surely in play, not to mention Abraham has extra midweek fixtures.
There are better moves to make in the midfield if you're willing to cut bait with the likes of Mason Mount or any of the Man City options, namely Bernardo Silva. The Spaniard had his moments last season, but the playing time hasn't been there, and he has 10 fewer