Newcastle Striker Scores Fifth Goal in Four Matches to Delight 655,000 New Fantasy Owners

Alexander Isak, a forward for Newcastle, made his 655,000 new fantasy league owners happy by scoring his fifth goal in four matches.

Isak, priced at £7.7 million, scored the opening goal in Newcastle United’s 1-1 draw with Everton, earning eight points for his owners.

The second most popular player in Gameweek 31 was Mohamed Salah, valued at £13.3 million, followed by Darwin Nunez at £7.6 million.

Liverpool has an exciting upcoming match against Sheffield United, who currently sits at the bottom of the league table.

Salah has been performing exceptionally well at home, scoring the winning goal against Brighton & Hove Albion last weekend.

He has only failed to score in one of his 11 home starts, averaging 9.2 points per match during that period.

Nunez will aim to bounce back after a scoreless performance in Gameweek 30, having previously scored or assisted in each of his last seven starts.

Moreover, Cole Palmer, priced at £5.9 million, and Rodrigo Muniz at £4.7 million, were among the top five transfer targets.

Palmer has impressed since his first start for Chelsea in Gameweek 7, with eight double-figure hauls, more than any other player in fantasy.

Manchester City’s Erling Haaland is the top choice for captaincy in the upcoming match against Aston Villa, followed by Salah.

Son Heung-min, with a value of £10.1 million, was the third most popular choice for captaincy but failed to score in Tottenham Hotspur’s draw against West Ham United.

Bukayo Saka, valued at £9.0 million, has gained the trust of over 670,000 managers who have given him the captain’s armband for Arsenal’s home fixture against Luton Town.

In Gameweek 31, the majority of the top 100 fantasy managers have chosen Salah as their captain, with Nunez coming in second.

Salah is trusted to deliver double points by 93 managers, followed by Nunez, Haaland, Son, Saka, and Luis Diaz, each receiving one vote.

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