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Buy sell and keep for FPL Gameweek 9

The eighth round of Fantasy Premier League is over so we look to the next and look at which players are a buy sell and keep for FPL Gameweek 9. Whether that be through injury, team and player form or other factors we advise the potential fate of assets in your teams.

Looking at players who are a buy sell and keep for FPL Gameweek 9 could be extremely beneficial to FPL managers. Knowing what to do with assets in your team can ultimately bring clarity with transfer use, captaincy and chip strategy.


  • Bukayo Saka (£8.6m) – Saka looks set to return to full fitness for the round ahead. The winger takes his sides penalties and faces an out of sorts Chelsea next up but he also has some great fixtures coming up.
  • Ollie Watkins (£8.1m) – Watkins leads his frontline and has already managed six returns in his first seven matches at the time of writing. He plays West Ham next up who are conceding some concerning defensive data as of late.
  • Moussa Diaby (£6.7m) – Diaby also looks set to return to full health. Playing out of position up front Diaby has bagged four returns in his first seven games so far. He also faces West Ham next so could have very good potential.
  • Matty Cash (£5m) – The Aston Villa fixtures look fantastic in the run ahead. With that in mind and the fact he ranks first amongst all defenders for non-penalty expected goal involvement makes Cash a great pick for the run ahead.
  • Dominic Solanke (£6.4m) – Bournemouth have some good matches ahead and that run continues with a game against Wolves. Wolves rank amongst the worst teams in the league for several key defensive data points. Solanke leads the frontline and also takes penalties.
  • Bryan Mbeumo (£6.8m) – As frustrating as he has been for owners over the last several rounds he has a great opportunity ahead against Burnley who have conceded an average of more than two goals per game. Mbeumo also takes his sides set pieces and penalties.
  • Mohamed Salah (£12.6m) – Liverpool have a great looking schedule ahead of them and that starts with a nice game against the struggling Everton. The Egyptian has bagged a return in all but one of his matches so far this season and takes his clubs penalties.

Who else should we buy?

  • Bruno Fernandes (£8.4m) – it could be a great time to jump back on the Manchester United attackers with the matches they have ahead. Fernandes maintains some great distribution data and takes his sides penalties but faces the worst defence in the league next against Sheffield United.
  • Kieran Trippier (£6.8m) – Newcastle continue to sustain some great defensive data and their full-back Trippier sits as the best defender in the division for chances and big chances created so far this season. He has a match against Crystal Palace next so could have great potential.
  • James Maddison (£8m) – Tottenham have a game against Fulham in Gameweek 9 who rank as one of the worst defences in the league. It could be a great opportunity for Maddison to extend his five returns from eight games to six.
  • Son Heung-min (£9.4m) – Son plays in a strikes role which makes him an even better option than he was. He has managed two double-digit hauls in his last several matches and could also be on penalty duty.
  • Pedro Porro (£5.1m) – The Tottenham full-back has huge potential against Fulham next. Porro has already managed to return five times in his first eight matches and has produced some great attacking data recently.


  • Pervis Estupinan (£5.2m) – The Brighton full-back recently picked up an injury and even if he was fit he faces Manchester City up next. Because of that Estupinan could well be an easy sell.
  • Chelsea – Chelsea have some very rough fixtures coming up starting against title challengers Arsenal. Because of that all of the Chelsea assets could be worth moving on.
  • Eberechi Eze (£6.2m) – The Crystal Palace midfielder recently picked up a long term injury which has ruled him out for sometime. He also has very tough games coming up.
  • Jordan Pickford (£4.4m) – Everton have been struggling from a defensive point of view and Pickford has contributed towards that form. He also faces Liverpool next up who are one fo the best attacking units in the league.


  • Kaoru Mitoma (£6.6m) – The Japanese international has been one of Brighton’ most effective attackers this season. Many may be put off by a match against Manchester City next up but after that he has some great fixtures. It could be a case of placing Mitoma on the bench this week.
  • Liverpool attackers – Other than Mohamed Salah attackers like Darwin Nunez (£7.4m) and Luis Diaz (£7.5m) may be a rotation risk but they face a very poor Everton next up so could have huge potential if they start.
  • Julian Alvarez (£7m) – The Manchester City fixtures do appear tough but they face a Brighton side who are conceding in every match. Alvarez has been a key cog in the Premier League holders frontline.
  • Marcus Rashford (£8.8m) – As frustrating as he has been for owners Rashford has very good fixtures ahead and they start with a game against the Blades.

Check out the best picks for FPL Gameweek 9 right here.

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