Chelsea's Tammy Abraham has been flying high of late, and a home match against Crystal Palace this weekend has him very high in Andrew Laird's positional rankings.
Raheem Sterling has six goals and three assists in his last six appearances, and his dominant play and prime matchup at home against Southampton has him high in Andrew Laird's positional rankings this week.
Chelsea don't have the easiest fixture this weekend away to Burnley, but that isn't stopping RotoWire's Andrew Laird from keeping Tammy Abraham near the top of his positional rankings.
Leicester City have a great matchup this weekend at home against Burnley, which pushes James Maddison near the top of Andrew Laird's weekly positional rankings.
Raheem Sterling has found the back of the net in back-to-back matches, and RotoWire's Andrew Laird is expecting the Man City attacker to keep it going this weekend against Wolves.
Chelsea have scored multiple goals in three of their last four Premier League matches, and RotoWire's Andrew Laird is expecting another big game from midfielder Mason Mount this weekend.
Teemu Pukki has six goals and two assists through five Premier League matches, and RotoWire's Andrew Laird is expecting the Norwich City frontman to make another impact this weekend at Burnley.
Manchester City travel to face high-flying Norwich City this weekend, a matchup that moves Sergio Aguero to the top of Andrew Laird's weekly forward rankings.
Sifting through all of the Manchester City attackers can get frustrating, but RotoWire's Andrew Laird thinks Raheem Sterling should be at the top of the list this week.
A home match against Newcastle will always move you up Andrew Laird's weekly positional rankings, which is why Harry Kane is at the top of the forwards list this week.
A home match against Burnley is a prime opportunity for Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who sits atop one of Andrew Laird's positional rankings this week.
The 2019/20 Premier League season kicks off today, and RotoWire's Andrew Laird and Mike Gottlieb break down their final preseason player rankings.
Liverpool kick off the 2019/20 Premier League season with a home match against Norwich City on Friday, which unsurprisingly puts Mohamed Salah at the top of Andrew Laird's weekly positional rankings.
The 2019/20 Premier League season finally kicks off this week, and RotoWire's Andrew Laird and Mike Gottlieb break down some of their final player rankings.
After a number of moves that altered the attacking landscapes of multiple Premier League teams, Andrew Laird and Mike Gottlieb updated their preseason fantasy player rankings to reflect all the changes.
Andrew Laird and Mike Gottlieb update their top 201 overall players in fantasy Premier League this season, including detailed positional breakdowns of their top forwards, midfielders, defenders and goalkeepers.
With the 2019/20 fantasy Premier League season just over a month away, RotoWire's Andrew Laird and Mike Gottlieb break down their overall top 201 players, as well as full positional breakdowns.
Manchester City will win the Premier League if they can get all three points away to Brighton on Sunday, and RotoWire's Andrew Laird is expecting Raheem Sterling to make an impact.
Manchester City can win the title with victories in their last two matches of the season, and they'll look for Sergio Aguero to have a big impact this weekend against Leicester City.
Manchester City will clinch the Premier League title if they win their remaining three games, and an away match against Burnley this weekend will have plenty of fantasy managers teeing up Sergio Aguero.
Eight teams will play two games in Gameweek 35, but that doesn't necessarily mean fantasy players should load up on Manchester City attackers.
While there may be multiple teams that play twice in Gameweek 34, RotoWire's Andrew Laird explains why the rankings are still dominated by single gameweek players like Arsenal's Alexandre Lacazette.
Southampton will see some familiar faces in Gameweek 33, as a number of Liverpool's key players were purchased from the club over the past few years.
With matches against Fulham and Cardiff City, there's no surprise that Manchester City has plenty of players near the top of Andrew Laird's weekly positional rankings.
Liverpool and Chelsea are the only top teams playing in Gameweek 31, which is likely to have fantasy players using their free hit chips running toward players like Mohamed Salah and Trent Alexander-Arnold.
Romelu Lukaku has bagged three consecutive braces, and while a matchup away to Arsenal isn't the ideal spot to extend his streak, RotoWire's Andrew Laird doesn't think it's a matchup to avoid either.
Paul Pogba has gone three straight matches without a goal, but RotoWire's Andrew Laird thinks his streak could end this weekend against Southampton at Old Trafford.
Arsenal's Alexandre Lacazette has scored in five of his last seven Premier League matches, and he sits near the top of Andrew Laird's weekly positional rankings thanks to a home match against Bournemouth on Wednesday.
Fantasy players could be left with a few blanks because four teams are off in Gameweek 27, but Arsenal's home match against Southampton has Alexandre Lacazette high up the rankings.
Manchester United have scored multiple goals in six of their last eight Premier League matches, and they'll now face a Fulham defense that's allowed a league-high 55 this season.