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- 1:00 pm: Brighton & Hove Albion vs. Arsenal
- 1:00 pm: Burnley vs. Sheffield United
- 1:00 pm: Southampton vs. West Ham United
- 1:00 pm: West Bromwich Albion vs. Leeds United
- 3:00 pm: Manchester United vs. Wolverhampton
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Bruno Fernandes, MUN v. WOL ($22): Fernandes has rarely been the most expensive player on a slate this season, but after racking up 100 fantasy points over the last two matches, that changes Tuesday. He's finished with fewer than 20 fantasy points in just one of his last eight starts, and while his floor doesn't stand out, that doesn't matter with 16 appearances on the score-sheet in 14 league matches. He has the third-best odds to score and probably the best odds to assist. Even if it's a low-scoring match, because that's how Wolves want to play, he should still accrue enough chances to have a solid floor. No one else on Man United is nearly as consistent. Marcus Rashford ($21) may not start because of his shoulder, Anthony Martial ($19) is only worth using in GPPs and the same goes for Edinson Cavani ($16), assuming he starts. There isn't one matchup that stands out in this slate, but United are the biggest favorite with the highest-implied goal total, so it makes sense to use one of their players in cash games and Fernandes is the most reasonable.
James Ward-Prowse, SOU v. WHU ($15): Ward-Prowse