The opening stages have set the tone for the campaign, so it’s crucial to make well-informed decisions, we are here to help you with your team in gameweek 7 of FPL 23/24 along with the tips and team selection
FPL managers could potentially aim to give their all in this early stage of the season while some players in our dream team could bolster points for an early lead.
Here is our fantasy dream team for game week 7 of the FPL 2023-24.
FPL Gameweek (GW) 7 2023-24 transfer tips, team selection, captain picks, tricks and fixtures list
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Alphonse Areola ( West Ham United – £4.2m) made some incredible saves in the last match but ended up conceding 3 goals against Liverpool which could keep him focused on adding a clean sheet against Sheffield United.
Sven Botman ( Newcastle United – £4.7m) was able to defend well to add a clean sheet but his performance in attack earned him an important goal to raise confidence levels for the season.
Gabriel Magalhães ( Arsenal – £4.7m) just cannot keep the defensive game after conceding 2 goals against Tottenham in the last match which could allow him to regain his form as seen in the previous campaign.
Issa Kaboré ( Luton – £4.0m) has showcased his attacking stride in the season with an important assist in the last match which could allow him to play a more confident spell as they face Everton.
Solly March ( Brighton – £6.5m) has been consistent with his contribution in the attacking side of the game with 3 goals to his name and should be set to make his way back to the starting 11 after missing out on the last 2 games.
Anthony Gordon ( Newcastle United- £5.6m) continues to make the most of his current game time which was missing in his previous premier league seasons as he managed to push for another goal and assist to take his total to 2 goals and 3 assists in this campaign.
Kaoru Mitoma ( Brighton – £6.6m) managed to regain his attacking form to add 2 goals in the last match against Bournemouth which could push him to add consistent attacking chances in the upcoming games.
Mohamed Salah ( Liverpool- £12.5m) showcased his composure after adding a penalty goal and creating several chances to help his side take the lead taking his total to 3 goals and 4 assists with consistent attacking contributions.
Bukayo Saka ( Arsenal- £8.7m) has also been incredibly focused on his attacking form resulting in 3 goals and 3 assists with greater potential for more that should be witnessed in their match against Bournemouth this week.
Erling Haaland (Manchester City – £14.1m) takes his goal-scoring tally to 8 goals in just 6 premier league matches which highlights his hunger for goals making him a crucial goal scorer.
Julián Álvarez ( Manchester City – £7.0m) is a fantastic super substitute and can also create goals from his added game time which has resulted in 2 goals and 5 assists making him our prime choice for this encounter.
Sam Johnstone ( Crystal Palace – £4.5m) will be on the bench despite a clean sheet in the last match as they face Manchester United in this game week.
Darwin Nunez ( Liverpool – £7.4 m) was able to create his 3rd goal of the season in the last match and his understanding of the team and his role in the squad could prove vital in the later stages of the season.
Jordan Beyer ( Burnley – £4.0m) is yet to register a clean sheet which seems less likely as they face in-form Newcastle United this game week.
Pervis Estupiñán ( Brighton – £5.3 m) might not be able to maintain any defensive contributions as they face Liverpool but could certainly move further in attack as witnessed in his recent games.
Captain And Vice-Captain FPL GW 7
Erling Haaland is our captain because of his goal-poaching capabilities.
Alvarez will be our vice-captain because of his ability to find the net with his better understanding of the league.
Fantasy Premier League Team
Areola (GK), Botman, Gabriel, Kabore, Saka, Salah, March, Gordon, Mitoma, Haaland (C), Alvarez (VC)
Subs: Johnstone (GK), Darwin, Beyer, Estupinan
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