We finally have a great bunch of forwards this year who are talismanic and on penalties. Ivan Toney (£7.2m), Aleksandar Mitrovic (£6.6m) and Callum Wilson (£7.4m) fall into this category in the mid-priced bracket. Injuries permitting, they should all have a stellar 2022/23.
Sam Bonfield (@FPLFamily)
With Brentford's fixtures continuing to look great, investing in the Bees seems wise. Toney has 25 points, returning eight, nine and eight points across the opening three Gameweeks. Toney now faces Everton in Gameweek 4. He registered nine points in this fixture last term and I suspect he will continue to be a good option, not just in Gameweek 4 but through until Gameweek 15.
It's very early in the season so I do expect the premium assets to rediscover their form and reassert their dominance. But I have been impressed by the starts from Wilfried Zaha (£7.0m) and Mitrovic, who defences have really struggled to contain, and can see both racking up plenty of goals.
Ben Crabtree (@FC_CrabDogg)
I'm impressed with how Toney has started the season. He did well last year but looks to have improved, helping Brentford to be an attacking threat. The fixtures are good for him so I expect goals and assists to continue.
Holly Shand (@HollyShand)
Gabriel Martinelli (£6.4m) looks set to continue his early-season form. He's undroppable given his current level of returns. It's great to see his link-up play with fellow Brazilian Gabriel Jesus (£8.1m) too.
Gianni Buttice (@GianniButtice)
I transferred in Toney ahead of Gameweek 3 and I'm really excited to own him for the next wave of favourable fixtures. Brentford are scoring goals for fun and Toney is their most consistent performer, their talisman.
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Part 1: GW3 Stats: Salah brings relief for Salah backers
Part 2: GW3 Bonus points: Rashford claims maximum
Part 3: Saturday review: Toney rivalling Jesus for top spot
Part 4: GW3 Lessons: Rodrigo has fixtures to keep thriving
Part 5: FPL experts: The best budget players to target