Each weekend from August till May thousands of fans are put through a rollercoaster of emotions as their beloved teams slug it out to emerge victors in the English Premier League.

And it is much worse for all those Fantasy Premier League FPL managers for they have major selection dilemmas week in week out.

To ease that cerebral pressure each weeknbsp;thestatesman.comnbsp;will direct you to the players who are hot in FPL with anbsp;comprehensive article for the upcoming gameweek.

The indicators are:

Teams in BOLD are top 4 contenders.

Prices marked in GREEN indicate an increase in Base Price.

Prices marked in RED indicate a decrease in Base Price.

Goalkeepers

Heurelho Gomes

Team: Watford

Fixtures: Bournemouth H Middlesbrough A Swansea A Hull H and Liverpool H

Price: 5.0

Score: 11

Ownership: 2.4

Why yes: Those fixtures alone make for a strong case as Watford look ready to get their first clean sheet of the season. The Brazilian shot-stopper is pretty consistent and given his low ownership percentage could be a key differential.

Why no: Well their midfield and attack is what is winning them matches not so much their defence. Without a single clean sheet so far Watford are quite unpredictable in this deparment.

Defenders

Nacho Monreal

Team: Arsenal

Fixtures: Burnley A Swansea H Middlesbrough H Sunderland A and Spurs H

Price: 6.0

Score: 20

Ownership: 4.6

Why yes: Arsenal are in the form of their life and with fixtures like the ones they have nothing can stand in their way surely! They are managing to score effortlessly and aren’t too shabby at the back either. Montreal is cheaper than team mate Hector Bellerin and is likely to pick up an assist or two. Yet another player who may turn out to be a key differential.

Why no: Bellerin will outshine him in the offensive department hands down and Burnley are a dangerous side so taking clean sheets for granted isn’t a smart move.

Daley Blind

Team: Manchester United

Fixtures: Stoke H Liverpool A Chelsea A Burnley H and Swansea A

Price: 5.6

Score : 28

Ownership: 5.8

Why yes: The Dutch full-back is thriving in Luke Shaw’s absence who looks certain to miss the Stoke game. Not only is he allowed freedom to overlap his set-pieces are among the best in the league. He is certain to help himself to an assist or two in the upcoming games. Their immediate opponents Stoke are in a bit of a rut and United just might run riot.

Why no: The Liverpool and Chelsea games loom large and Blind in all likelihood may not even start those games. A short-term transfer unfortunately for he is playing quite well at the moment. Chris Smalling and Eric Bailly are guaranteed starters and worth looking into. Those managers who already have David de Gea should steer clear of Blind.

Midfielders

Etienne Capoue

Team: Watford

Fixtures: Bournemouth H Middlesbrough A Swansea A Hull H and Liverpool H

Price: 5.2

Score: 46

Ownership: 41.4

Why yes: Yes almost half of all FPL managers seem to have him but for good reason! Revelling in a box-to-box role the Frenchman has revitalised his career with the Hornets. A must-have especially if one has a look at those fixtures that are lined up.

Why no: Not the best differential and his price is unlikely to shoot up anymore. Troy Deeney in attack is a option worth looking into as well.

Theo Walcott

Team: Arsenal

Fixtures: Burnley A Swansea H Middlesbrough H Sunderland A and Spurs H

Price: 7.6

Score: 36

Ownership: 4.6

Why yes: While majority of FPL manager flock towards the pricier Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez the ones who did pick Walcott must be pinching themselves with joy. For Arsenal’s number 14 has been sizzling for the Gunners recently with 4 goals in as many games all competitions.

Why no: Ozil and Sanchez are definitely lsquo;saferrsquo; options and they are less likely to be rotated than Walcott. Of course if one has either of those two in their side already it would be a big risk to buy the English winger as well.

Forwards

Marcus Rashford

Team: Manchester United

Fixtures: Stoke H Liverpool A Chelsea A Burnley H and Swansea A

Price: 6.9

Score: 17

Ownership: 8.3

Why yes: The boy wonder continues to deliver for his beloved Red Devils and is fast becoming a undroppable player for Jose Mourinho. Three goals in the last three games all competitions have got him a place in the starting XI. His pace couple with intelligent link-up play and great positional sense in the box make him a potential gold-mine for FPL managers.

Why no: Well he is starting United’s Europa League fixture on Thursday night and might not be sharp enough for their Sunday encounter with Stoke. What’s worse is that Mourinho just might keep him on the bench to rotate him.

Jermain Defoe

Team: Sunderland

Fixtures: West Brom HS toke A West Ham A Arsenal H and Bournemouth A

Price:nbsp; 7.2

Score: 36

Ownership: 11.6

Why yes: Another bargain option and a leading man at that! Defoe is in great form right now and with Sunderland showing some signs of life just might notch quite a few goals as the fixtures are very inviting.

Why no: Well Sunderland and their manager David Moyes don’t have the best reputation in the league so if things start to go south don’t expect Defoe to conjure something from nothing!

PS: The Gameweek 7nbsp; deadline is Friday 7 pm GMT11.30 pm IST so make sure all transfers are completed before that!