Every week Zero Striker will pick out the best and most affordable players to put in your EPL Fantasy Team. With Matchday Two just upon us, lets take a look at some of this week's best buys.
Vito Mannone, Lukasz Fabianski and Martin Stekelenburg are the best options in terms of price. All cost no more than 5.0 and with Everton's good run coming up, Stekelenburg is probably the way to go in goal. Remember saves get you the most points so even if a keeper concedes a goal or two, if they make a lot of saves, you're in business. Best performing keeper last week was West Brom's Ben Foster and our most expensive one is Petr Cech who managed to conceded four goals.
Jordi Amat from Swansea City can be bought for 4.0 and with Swansea having a reasonable draw until after the international break, the Spaniard would be a good choice. Performed very well in the win over Burnley.
Nathaniel Clyne is always a good bet at right back. Doesn't cost too much at 5.5 and always gives you a consistent performance.
West Ham's James Collins notched up a goal last week against Chelsea and with West Ham playing Bournemouth, Watford and West Brom in the coming month, the centre half is a good option in your back four or three.
Other, more expensive options, include Eric Bailly from Manchester United, Toby Alderweireld and Jose Fonte who generally scores well.
Philippe Coutinho was outstanding on the weekend. He's a bit pricey at 8.5 but with a trip to Burnley coming up as well as a game against Tottenham. He usually performs well in the big games, definitely a must in any fantasy team midfield.
Leroy Fer is a cheap option from Swansea at just 5.1 and Eitenne Capoue is a smokey from Watford. The Frenchman scored three goals in pre-season and followed that up with a goal against Southampton in the 1-1 draw.
Everton's Ross Barkley can be bought for 7.6 but we think Nathan Redmond is a great pick at just 6.0
Eden Hazard looks back to his best and if you fancy breaking bank for a superstar, he could be the one.
Obviously the top two are Aguero and Ibrahimović but Negredo ranked in as the third best striker in round 1 with a score of 9 points. He can be snagged for just 6.6 and has a habit of doing well in the Premier League.
Wayne Rooney is well priced at 9.0 and looks rejuvenated under Jose Mourinho. He scored on the weekend and you'd back him to score on Saturday morning as well.
Other options are Sunderland's Jermain Defoe and Hull City's Adama Diomande.
Good luck to all and we will see you same time next week.