Son Heung-Min continues to be relatively low owned in the Premier League's official fantasy game, but RotoWire's Adam Zdroik explains why that should change soon.
Mason Mount and Tammy Abraham continue to be highly owned Chelsea attackers, but RotoWire's Adam Zdroik explains why Willian should be on many more teams in the Premier League's official fantasy game.
Mason Mount gets plenty of attention from FPL players, but RotoWire's Adam Zdroik sees a Chelsea teammate who should be more popular.
With Son Heung-Min no longer a differential, RotoWire's Adam Zdroik examines other low-owned players who could make fantasy impacts in the coming weeks.
Fantasy Premier League managers looking to replace the injured Kevin De Bruyne have a few avenues they can take, but RotoWire's Adam Zdroik makes the case for Tottenham's Son Heung-Min.
There are a number of fantasy managers looking to replace injured players, and RotoWire's Adam Zdroik explains why they should strongly consider Aston Villa's Wesley Moraes.
Richarlison is owned by fewer than nine percent of managers in the Premier League's official fantasy game, but RotoWire's Adam Zdroik explains why that number should be higher ahead of Gameweek 6.
While Harry Kane garners plenty of ownership in nearly all fantasy formats, RotoWire's Adam Zdroik says it's time to expand the search to include other Spurs attackers.
Son Heung-Min was suspended for the first two matches of the season, but RotoWire's Adam Zdroik thinks now is the perfect time to jump on a player who is owned by fewer than three percent of FPL managers.
Mason Mount has had a big role for Chelsea early this season, and RotoWire's Adam Zdroik wonders why he continues to be lower-owned than Ross Barkley in the Premier League's official game.
Owned by fewer than five percent of fantasy Premier League managers in the league's official salary cap game, Adam Zdroik explains why Teemu Pukki should see his ownership percentage rise.
With a number of elite contributors, like Sadio Mane, likely not starting in Gameweek 1, RotoWire's Adam Zdroik points out a number of lower-owned players who could be excellent short-term fill-ins.