Fantasy Premier League Gameweek 6 : Sunday Actions

Your blissful Sunday only witnessed a single match this weekend between West Brom Albion against new comers Burnley. Despite being the only game, it was however stored with numerous goals as well as entertainment for fulfill football fans. Burnley are still seeking for their first win of the season in spite of already having three clean sheets out of five matches, a tough one to achieve in the Premier League. The Baggies are not doing that well too, only clinching one win so far this season. Both sides clearly had lot to prove on the pitch. Any of your fantasy premier league players inspired yesterday?

Yet, it was the home team who crashed the team from Championship last season, 4-0. The entire match was dominated by the team in blue and white stripes who had an inspiring 62 percent possession plus total of 14 shots.

Regardless of being the only contest on Sunday, numerous players stood out strong that could be a making their way to your upcoming gameweek fantasy premier league line up.


Saido Berahino – The Burundi born forward grabbed a brace with clinical finishes which was assisted by teammate Graham Dorrans. Bringing his total goal tally five so far this season.


Graham Dorrans – Set up two goals for Saido Berahino and clinched a goal for himself as well. The Scottish international inspired in the heart of midfield. Man of the match without doubt!

Chris Brunt – The strong and experienced midfield genius was merely tested throughout the match, holding a great line at the back. Moreover, he assisted Craig Dawson for the opening goal of the match.

George Boyd – The former Hull City player was the only player who looked lively at the right hand side of the pitch who also had a pop at goal during the early stages of the match.


Craig Dawson – Scored the Baggies opening goal of the day and it was his first goal for the club.


Ben Foster – The former Manchester United keeper made couple of saves mainly in the second half securing a well earned clean sheet for the Baggies.



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