After being left out in the cold for so long, Mourinho has finally warmed to Luke Shaw, albeit out of necessity with Ashley Young still injured. He’s played the full ninety minutes in each of United’s last three league games, picking up two clean sheets. Not only is he a bargain at 4.9m but he also offers a differential, owned by just 0.8 per cent. A popular FPL mantra goes something like this – ‘If Aguero plays, Aguero scores’. It’s therefore crucial that you try to include the Argentine in your team if he’s certain to start. That hasn’t been the case for the last 18 months under Pep Guardiola but with Gabriel Jesus sidelined through injury for a while, Aguero is very much the undisputed focal point in City’s attack. Even with Liverpool away up next, you fancy him to get on the score sheet while there’s home fixtures to come against Newcastle and West Brom in the following two weeks.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin Everton ► 5.5M
The Everton forward has been a popular budget signing this season but has now failed to deliver in six of his last seven outings. With the club recruiting Cenk Tosun from Besiktas for £27m, Dominic Calvert-Lewin could well see his playing time diminished.
Xherdan Shaqiri Stoke City ► 6.0M
Owned by 5.9 per ecnt of FPL teams, Xherdan Shaqiri may be a victim of his environment but the fact remains that he hasn’t delivered in the last seven GWs. Stoke are in big trouble at the moment and it may be time to drop the Swiss. Sport360ñ’s Fantasy Premier League tips are brought to you by McGettigan’s JBR.