Posted on October 14, 2016 by ADMIN

Arsenal star to keep his top rated EPL status?

We do not even know for sure whether or not the Chile international star Alexis Sanchez will be starting for Arsenal against Swansea City tomorrow, as there is always the question of how fresh he will be after a long haul international break and the concern that not giving him time to recover could lead to the super striker picking up an injury.

But with Alexis being well known for his physical fitness and endurance, combined with the fact that Arsene Wenger’s forward line selections are limited by the absence of Olivier Giroud and Chuba Akpom. I think we can be reasonably sure that Sanchez will be in the line up to face the Swans.

And if so, you would have to say that he has a good chance of staying in top spot of the Premier League player rankings on the official EPL fantasy football web page, especially as the player sharing top spot with him on 49 points is the Man City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne and the Belgian is a real doubt for the match against Everton this weekend due to a hamstring injury.

Wenger and the Gunners will be expecting a spirited showing from Swansea in their first match under new manager Bob Bradley, but they are still on a terrible run of six Premier League games without a win and in none of those games have they kept a clean sheet, conceding 12 goals while Arsenal have scored 14 in our last five.

So what are the chances of Alexis adding to his five goals so far this season and remaining the top scoring FF player?


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2 thoughts on “Arsenal star to keep his top rated EPL status?

  1. Dennis

    Ummm we have Perez?? wtf, play the guy in the first half and sanchez can come off the bench. They, Swansea will come off the blocks fast and furious so its better to bring in sanchez when they’re exhausted so he can run at them and maybe get a goal or two. I truly believe in perez, i think he can deliver the goods so give him a run at the Swans.

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