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The Smart Pick Preview for the Prem. League

If you’re still looking for some picks for your eleven on Matchday 28, without the usual suspects like Manchester City, Liverpool and Manchester United, then this preview is for you. Here are our top five smart picks that might not be on everyone’s radar, but could definitely have an impact on your lineup. 

Oliver Watkins (Cost: 55 market value points, Aston Villa) 

Watkins has been in great form lately. In Villa’s recent 1-1 draw with West Ham, he scored a goal and had three shots on target. It was his ninth goal of the season, and he has also contributed four assists in his 24 starting appearances. At a cost of just 55 market value points, he’s an excellent option for your squad. 

Pedro Porro (Cost: 62 market value points, Tottenham) 

Pedro Porro has been getting more and more playing time lately. In Tottenham’s 3-1 win over Nottingham, he was involved in Harry Kane’s opening goal. Porro is additionally involved in standards, currently sharing them with Son, which increases his basic point potential. At just 62 market value points, he’s a real bargain and can be a good & cheap alternative for your defense. 

Alexander Isak (Cost: 78 market value points, Newcastle) 

Isak has made a good impression since his return from injury. In Sunday’s 2-1 win over Wolverhampton, he scored a goal and fired two shots on target. Isak was in the starting eleven for the third time in four games and scored Newcastle’s first goal on Sunday. He has missed most of the season with a thigh injury, but is slowly returning to solid form and has scored two goals in the last six games. It’s not entirely certain that Isak will be in the starting eleven in the next game as he will have to compete with Callum Wilson for a starting spot, but if he is in the starting eleven, he could be a good option up front.  

Felipe (Cost: 66 market value points, Nottingham) 

Felipe handed out an assist and fired a shot on target in Saturday’s 3-1 loss to Tottenham Hotspur. He is currently averaging 334 points for just 66 market value points. That makes him one of the best smart picks on defense. Nottingham’s opponent on Friday is Newcastle, which means there will likely be a lot of work for Felipe defensively where he can collect won duels and blocks, but since they are playing at home, I think he can also take a shot or two and score a huge amount of points.  

Kai Havertz (Cost: 79 market value points, Chelsea) 

Havertz is slowly finding his old form as he enjoys the trust of his coach. In Saturday’s 3-1 win at Leicester, he scored one goal and fired in two more shots on goal. This was his 10th goal of the season for the German. In addition, he also leads his team in shots on goal (1.9 per game) in practically every game. For just 79 market value points, you get a high-caliber player in Havertz who can significantly increase your team’s scoring output. 

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