Back to the bread and butter then this weekend.
Which club players have been transferred in the most over the international break ahead of Dream Team Game Week 9?
Here are the famous five…
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Arsenal are on the charge after a nine-game winning run and are powered by the goalscoring antics of Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Lacazette is averaging a goal or assist every 69.5 minutes in all competitions this season and was deservedly Star Man at Fulham before the international break.
The Gunners have some kind fixtures on the horizon too, so can anyone stop their winning streak?
Hazard is quite good at what he does.
But thousands of Dream Teamers still seem to be waking up to his brilliance and are only just transferring him in now.
They’ll have missed out on the crazy 103 points he’s already racked up – with a fantasy football record in sight if he keeps up this kind of freescoring rate.
We’ve been banging this drum for a while, but Wolves defenders continue to be brilliant differential options.
Nuno Santo Espirito has named the same line up for a record eight games in a row and Doherty, in particular, is loving life in an advanced wing back role.
He’s morphed into prime Dani Alves with goals, assists and clean sheets, whilst only two defenders have outscored his 52 points so far.
Only Man City have outscored Arsenal in the Premier League so far this season and Aubameyang and Lacazette’s relationship has been a key part of their success.
The new Suarez and Sturridge? Maybe, and with the likes of Leicester, Crystal Palace and Blackpool to come they could add to their goal tallies.
We suggested Aubameyang might be the man to pick at the start of the season and he’s very quietly going about his business.
Bournemouth’s pocket rocket has lit up the season so far, proving that size really doesn’t matter.
Alongside Josh King and Callum Wilson, the trio have terrorised defences and tore Watford to shreds before the international break.
But alarm bells were ringing this week as Fraser pulled out of the Scotland squad with a hamstring injury, and he remains a doubt for the clash with Southampton on Saturday.
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