Alistair Bruce-Ball

Almost one million managers have already made a move in Fantasy Football this week, and there is a very obvious move to make.

It's not just a knee-jerk reaction after one hot gameweek, as Statman Dave explained in the latest Fantasy 606 show.

Wilson has scored four goals and provided four assists in his last six games, he seems to have recovered from his injury problems and is playing in one of the best teams in the league with the added motivation of trying to earn a place in the England World Cup squad.

He's the ideal replacement for Ivan Toney, who is suspended for Brentford's trip toNottingham Forest and then returns with a very difficult game away to Wigan.

Callum Wilson
Callum Wilson has scored six goals in nine games so far this season

Wilson will be brought in for Aleksandar, who is one yellow card away from a suspension, and is up against Manchester City and Manchester United in the next two game weeks. You'll need a little bit more money in the bank to make that switch, as Wilson has gone up by over 7 million dollars this week.

We haven't heard much about Erling Haaland's fitness for the second week in a row, but we have seen pictures of him in training. Is Phil Foden going to be sitting on the bench for the third gameweek in a row?

If you don't think Haaland will start, then your next best bet would be to captain a City player against a vulnerable Cottagers defence.

Unless you have extra cash in the bank to help you upgrade, he isn't the easiest player to get to at over 12 million dollars.

It's possible to do it by making a couple of transfers, but I wouldn't want to take any points hits during the World Cup.

The strategy all depends on that Manchester City team sheet on Saturday and it's worth keeping an eye on the accounts on social media just in case there's any early team news leaking.

If we don't get any whispers, I'm sticking with Foden because he's been one of the best players in the league this season and could easily start the next two games.

In the last two gameweeks before the break, there are many excellent choices in the middle of the field.

If you want to try and move up the rankings, Anthony Gordon, Philip Billing, Harvey Barnes, and BrendenAaronson are all owned by less than 2%.

It's always fun to sign an attacking player, but a nod to my Fantasy 606 colleague Chris Sutton who brought in Diogo Dalot a long time ago and they look like good picks for the next few weeks.

The same goes for Kurt Zouma and Pervis Estupinan, both of whom excelled at left-back for the Seagulls.

I can see in Chris' predictions column that he's going for the Reds to win 2-1 at Spurs on Sunday in Radio 5 Live.

I agree with him that both teams will score in the game, so I'd stick with the likes of Harry Kane, Roberto Firmino and Darwin Nunez if you have them.

Chris and Statman Dave are on the show.

The code to get your team in the Fantasy 606 league is ahrsf2 and can be found on the latest episode previewing gameweek 15.

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