With a record-breaking goal fest in Gameweek 2, our partners Fantasy Football Hub take a look at the top point-scorers from the gameweek, tips for the best transfers for the upcoming weeks and three budget gems to help you maximise your point-scoring potential.
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The top scoring players this week were all strikers which is no surprise given the weekend's Premier League's league matches broke the number of goals scored in a single gameweek with 44 (previously 43 in 2011).
Gameweek 2: Top Point-Scorers
1. H. Son (Tottenham - £6.0m) - 22 points
The flying Spurs forward ripped Southampton's high line to shreds with his pace and finishing prowess, a remarkable performance with four goals.
2. H. Kane (Tottenham - £6.7m) - 19 points
The England captain showed he is not a one trick pony by supplying all of Son's goals before netting one for himself at the end.
3. D. Calvert-Lewin (Everton - £5.3m) - 17 points
A hat-trick of poacher's goals in an exciting, new-look Everton attack.
4. N. Maupay (Brighton - £4.7m) - 15 points
A penalty with a further goal and assist to boot gave Brighton the points against Newcastle.
5. P. Bamford (Leeds - £4.2m) - 13 points
More points at a bargain price; can he keep it going?
TFF Tip: These points have been and gone. If you think these players can keep up this level of scoring by all means transfer them in but, if not, it may be worth looking for the next haul.
TFF Tip: Be careful not to use too many early transfers trying to catch every big score. This was a record-breaking goal scoring weekend which should revert to the mean. There is a long season ahead and transfers will be needed going into April and May if you want a good chance of succeeding in your mini-leagues and overall.
Best Transfers In
Looking at the fixture ticker, the teams with the best fixtures coming up in the next four games are Wolves, Fulham, Southampton, Tottenham, Burnley and West Brom in that order. With this in mind let's take a look at a few picks which could see you climb the ranks in the next month:
1. R. Jimenez (Wolves - £5.9m)
The Mexican striker looks primed for points with a superb looking run of fixtures and has penalties in his locker to boot. With no European distractions he will unlikely be rotated and will probably play 90 minutes in every match.
2. H. Kane (Tottenham - £6.7m)
Although Heung-Min Son stole the headlines at the weekend, the stars are aligned for penalty-taking Kane to make hay with a good run of fixtures coinciding with new loan signing Gareth Bale (£6.1m) returning to North London.
3. A. Mitrovic (Fulham - £4.5m)
He could have made the 'Budget Gems' section but looks like he could be a great transfer in his own right. With a sea of nice fixtures on the horizon, the Serbian striker will make a mockery of his price tag if he keeps finding the back of the net.
1. D. Podence (Wolves - £3.2m)
With Diogo Jota's departure to Liverpool, the road has been cleared for the Portuguese winger to make a front three spot his own. He is a cheaper alternative to Jimenez but could have similar output in the great fixtures ahead.
2. G. Diangana (West Brom - £2.3m)
With his permanent signing confirmed, the youngster has already made a big impact including scoring a glorious goal at the weekend. At a very cheap price, he looks a great long term enabler for your squad.
3. T. Lamptey (Brighton - £2.5m)
The Seagulls' right back looks dynamite. Assuming his injury isn't too bad and he will be back soon, he looks a fantastic option both for defensive and attacking returns in the long term.
Good luck everyone and we will be back next week looking ahead to Gameweek 3. In the meantime, our 'How to Play Telegraph Fantasy Football' and 'How to Win at Telegraph Fantasy Football' guides are great reads for managers looking for an edge over their rivals.