Updated: May 20
Having the luxury to pick up free agent players all the way through a gameweek is one of the best and most important features of Draft Premier League. Keeping an extra spot open to be able to pick up a player who has a chance to score big could make or break your matchup. Every week we will go through the slate of matches and highlight players who are most likely available as free agent pickups, but also have the chance to score extremely well if given the chance in the starting XI.
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Stream Your Way Through Gameweek 4
A fan favourite segment on the Key Pass Collective is taking on a new form for the 2021/22 season. Tottiandor, will highlight players likely available during the upcoming gameweek (under 45% ownership), with extremely high upside, who should definitely be started in DraftPL if given the nod by their respective managers. Accompanying our player selections, we have included projected fantasy points (abbreviated as PP) courtesy of our Inner Circle exclusive Weekly Projections.
Saturday 12:30 BST
CRY vs TOT
Projected Points (PP): 10.8
Doherty is finding it difficult to get close to the Spurs team right now and at this point only the IB madness (injuries and suspensions) could get him there. If he is starting, though, he is a beast.
Honourable Mentions: Gil (PP: 8.9)
Saturday 15:00 BST
WAT vs WOL, BRF vs BRI, ARS vs NOR, MUN vs NEW, SOU vs WHU, LEI vs MCI
Projected Points: 12.6
If Chambers gets the nod at wing-back for Arsenal against relegation rivals (and fellow goalless side) Norwich, he has DEF1 upside in this game. If you only check one line-up, make it this one!
Projected Points: 7.7
With Solly March not fully fit, Graham Potter has hinted that he may give new signing Cucurella his debut at left wing back for Brighton. A matchup against a recently promoted side - even one that has hit the ground running like Brentford have - could be a nice welcome for him.
Projected Points: 9.5
I can't remember ever seeing Redmond's ownership this low before - and it might be the last time it happens because he could start this weekend at home to West Ham. He's faced competition for his starting spot this year, but Moussa Djenepo and Gameweek 3 star Mohamed Elyounoussi have both been busy over the IB, so Redmond could be back in the first 11. West Ham have started the season brightly but they can be got at defensively and Redmond will be aiming to do just that.
Honourable Mentions: Martial (PP: 10.4), Hernandez (PP: 10.4), Martinelli (PP: 9.9), Masuaku (PP: 10.0)
Saturday 17:30 BST
CHE vs AVL
Projected Points: 11.4
CHO was not allowed to go out on loan this transfer window which could suggest Tuchel wants to give him more chances around the first team. He flourished in his few opportunities at wing-back and could deputies for the suspended Reece James.
Honourable Mentions: Chalobah (PP: 9.1), Silva (10.1)
Sunday 16:30 BST
LEE vs LIV
Projected Points: 10.1
The forgotten saviour of the Liverpool midfield, Jones hasn't featured in the first team this season, but a post-IB shakeup could offer him a chance at starting in the middle of the field.
Honourable Mentions: none
Monday 20:00 BST
EVE vs BUR
I would advise against leaving it until the last game to stream a starting spot because pickings will be slim.
Projected Points: 9.1
Everyone's second favourite Jonjoe (after Shelvey, obvs) could get a run-out at RB with Coleman possibly injured.
Honourable Mentions: none
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