GW1 was a fairly high scoring week with almost all the premium players returning good fpl points, Mo Salah got off the mark with a well taken goal against Norwich on Friday before setting up VVD from a well whipped corner.
Sterling came right into the party on Saturday showing just how big an FPL asset he is opening the season with a hatrick, Kane left it late against Aston Villa but I'm sure his owners enjoyed the wait after all said and done.
Aubameyang scored a solitary goal against Newcastle on Sunday in what was a rather drab affair as Unia Emery named a squad full of young players but they still managed to get the job done and Arsenal has already equalled their clean sheet tally from last season.
Now looking ahead of game week two, I profile three players I think will have a good game week.
With Liverpool going into extra time with Chelsea on Wednesday night I kinda makes their attacking players less attractive IMO, so I'm tipping Aubameyang to have a banging game week as Arsenal play their first game at home against Burnley.
I expect Emery to name a stronger squad and Nicolas Pepe is expected to start this weekend thus making Auba a lot more exciting to own. The man loves a brace against Burnley and looked extra sharp against Newcastle I expect him to have another good game against
Lucas Digne (6m)
Digne was quite unlucky not to have an attacking return in GW1, He combined with Gylfi Sigurdsson twice (attempted assist) but the Everton number 10 failed to convert on both occasions, He now faces a Watford side that were abysmal in GW1 after a 3-0 trashing in the hands of Brighton. Everton are particularly strong defensively at home, they kept 14 clean sheets last season. 25 attempted assist by Digne was the most of any defender last season and he also scored in the corresponding fixture last season, so yeah! I think he'll probably be hit double digits this weekend.
Trent Alexander Anold (7m)
I don't think I need to say much about a man that has an assist in each of his last 5 premier League appearances, he broke the assist record for a defender last season (13), he has already started the season with a bang and going by how Southampton were so poor last week you definitely fancy TAA to get a couple of FPL points.
He stands behind most set pieces for Liverpool, he nearly scored from a free kick last GW, him not starting on Wednesday in UEFA Super Cup increases his appeal this game week.
You can't advertise his attacking potential and Liverpool's clean sheet enough. I think he'll return double figures this game week.
I wish you a great game week ahead and may your arrows be green.