3 best performing Fantasy Premier League assets so far this season

(Football news) Just like every year Fantasy Premier League have had some misses and hits in terms of assets. There are some who haven't justified their price whereas some have been worth every single penny. 

Here are 3 of the best performing FPL assets this season:

3) Trent Alexander Arnold:

Being the most expensive defender in the game at 7.7M Trent has fairly justified his price, having earned 64 points in 9 games this season having missed 2 due to injury. His alternative Reece James has earned 63 points and is 0.8M cheaper but Trent is pretty much nailed on to start every single game unlike James. The full back has kept 4 clean sheets this season to go with his 1 goal and 4 assists. Trent has also got 12 bonus points reaching 4 double digit hauls already.

2) Joao Cancelo:

Joao Cancelo is one of the few Manchester City players who has survived the 'Pep Roulette' (Pep Guardiola's rotations) as he has been benched for only 1 game this season. Priced at 6.4M Cancelo has given returns in 7 games this season, taking his total to 67 points. He has the most clean sheets in FPL so far with 7 and has 2 assists as well. Cancelo's ability to play on either side of the defence is a main reason Pep Guardiola doesn't drop him often which makes him a must have.

1) Mohamed Salah:

It is no surprise that Salah has returned 117 points in 11 games this season. The Liverpool forward's performances this season makes his price of 13M look like a bargain. Salah has only blanked once this season and has got 6 double digit hauls. His ownership of 71.5% seems very low at this point of time. Apart from the time when he will be unavailable due to the African Cup of Nations, Salah is pretty much nailed on for the rest of the season unless there is an injury. He already has 10 goals and 7 assists this season in addition to 16 bonus points.

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