Fantasy football tips: Liverpool, Manuel Lanzini, Sheffield United, Watford

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Where are the points coming from this weekend?How was the international break for you? Serene?Well, you can forget those sleep-filled, blissful nights because the Premier League is back to reawaken all your fantasy football anxieties.Where are the clean sheets coming this weekend? Are there any reasonably-priced midfielders to draft in? And can Crystal Palace just get a penalty already because what’s the point of Luka Milivojevic otherwise?If these and other gripping questions are keeping you up past midnight, read on for some helpful hints and tips ahead of game-week five.’It’s shameful to lose faith in Pukki already’ – Radio 5 Live’s Fantasy 606 podcastLiverpool players… obviously

Liverpool v Newcastle delivers goalsLiverpool put four unanswered goals past Newcastle at Anfield last season. They netted two the season before. It is a fixture with a proud history of goals, including those two famous 4-3 home wins of the mid-90s.Liverpool are unbeaten in their last 23 Premier League home games against Newcastle (W19 D4), scoring in every single one of those matches (58 goals), while keeping 12 clean sheets. In total, the Reds have netted 98 times against Newcastle in the Premier League.Newcastle will strive to make it tough for Jurgen Klopp’s side, as they managed to do so effectively at Spurs last month, but any fantasy football manager worth their salt will have spied this fixture and grown greedy at its potential rewards.So, this is your weekly reminder that Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino are useful.And if you’ve not got Trent Alexander-Arnold in your side yet, you may want to rectify that quickly. The full-back has created fi

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