Telegraph Fantasy Football: most selected players
As Telegraph Fantasy Football managers suffer the third international break of the season it offers a great chance to once again take stock of the most popular players in the player list and assess the themes and trends forming up and down the pitch.
Starting with the front line Erling Haaland has seen a slight drop in ownership in the last month despite his five goals and two assists over the 4 games. Mohamed Salah’s consistent returns have seen him again climb two spots in the table with an extra 10% ownership. And there’s no surprise to see in form Ollie Watkins emerge as a new addition to the top ten, although it might be a bit of a delayed reaction from TFF managers as his previous four games gathered half as many points as the four games that preceded them.
In midfield the story has not changed a great deal with Saka and Mitoma proving fair value for money to any team. The only addition is the introduction of Jarrod Bowen to the top ten, who has benefited from a relatively stable start to the season from West Ham and is now delivering consistent attacking returns along with the occasional tackle bonus.
The defensive assets are also pretty consistent in ownership over the last month with Kieran Trippier and William Saliba retaining their positions in the top ten by edging up slightly in popularity. Guglielmo Vicario is new to the list, however he has only jumped up from 11th place as he overtakes fellow goalkeeper Nick Pope who has seen no change in ownership.
To find the most up-to-date numbers you can see the full Telegraph Fantasy Football player list in the Stats Centre.
- Erling Haaland £8.0m – Manchester City – 73% (down 4% change)
- Bukayo Saka £5.7m – Arsenal – 52% (up 3%)
- Kieran Trippier £4.0m – Newcastle – 50% (up 8%)
- William Saliba £3.6m – Arsenal – 43% (up 5%)
- Mohamed Salah £7.2m – Liverpool – 39% (up 10%)
- Karou Mitoma £3.6m – Brighton – 34% (down 3%)
- Ollie Watkins £5.5m – Aston Villa – 31% (new to the top 10)
- Guglielmo Vicario £2.5m – Spurs – 28% (new to the top 10)
- Jarrod Bowen £5.2m – West Ham – 25% (new to the top 10)
- Nick Pope £4.0m – Newcastle – 20% (no change)