Hot Premier Fantasy Players

With Gameweek 6 now in the books, who are the Premier Fantasy players that are enjoying hot streaks? The highest point-producers the last two weeks are:

(Points last two weeks - Total points - Clean sheets - Salary)

Goalkeepers:
Howard, Everton - 11 - 26 - 2 - 6.2
Cech, Chelsea - 11 - 34 - 4 - 7.7

Defenders:
Cole, Chelsea - 14 - 40 - 4 - 8.3
Vertonghen, Tottenham - 13 - 21 - 0 - 6.5
Rafael, Manchester Utd - 11 - 31 - 1 - 7.3
Ivanovic, Chelsea - 9 - 45 - 4 - 7.8
McAuley, WBA - 9 - 37 - 3 - 5.6

Midfielders:
Mata, Chelsea - 19 - 30 - 3 - 8.6
Gerrard, Liverpool - 18 - 33 - 0 - 8
Fellaini, Everton - 16 - 39 - 2 - 6
Kagawa, Manchester Utd 15 - 30 - 0 - 8.1
Bale, Tottenham - 15 - 32 - 0 - 8.9
Nolan, West Ham - 14 - 40 - 3 - 6

(Points last two weeks - Total points - Total goals - Salary)

Forwards:
Suarez, Liverpool - 21 - 38 - 5 - 7.9
Ba, Newcastle - 18 - 40 - 6 - 8
Crouch, Stoke - 14 - 34 - 4 - 7.2
Jelavic, Everton - 14 - 28 - 3 - 7.2
Steven Fletcher, Sun - 13 - 31 - 5 - 7.6
Mirallas, Everton - 13 - 18 - 1 - 5.9
Van Persie, Man Utd - 12 - 33 - 5 - 9.3
Bent, Aston Villa - 12 - 24 - 2 - 7.2
Defoe, Tottenham - 10 - 36 - 4 - 7.5
Dzeko, Manchester City - 8 - 27 - 3 - 7.2

Fantasy players in decline the past two weeks:

Goalkeeper: Points last two weeks
Vorm, Swansea 7

Midfielders:
Lampard, Chelsea 1
Michu, Swansea 5 (4 goals first three games, 0 last three games)
Yaya Toure, Man City 6
Pienaar, Everton 7
Hazard, Chelsea 7

Based on the above table, the most attractive players for the money are Howard, Vertonghen, McAuley, Fellaini, Nolan, Mirallas, and Jelavic.
While these names may induce fantasy managers to get into the transfer market, an age-old bit of advice from the stock market should be remembered, namely, past performance is not a guarantee of future returns.

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