The new Championship campaign continues which means the fantasy game does too! Because of this we provide the top picks for GAFFR Gameweek 4 with the help of our expert GAFFR manager @TomP_FF.
Looking through the top picks for GAFFR Gameweek 4 can be extremely useful for other managers within the Championship Fantasy community. Knowing who the best players to pick are will also help managers make decisions around transfers, captaincy and even chips.
Gabriel Sara (£7.7m)
Another week and Sara is again in the top picks article. He’s been sweeping up bonus every game and is getting returns more frequently than last season. Huddersfield (A) is a nice fixture on paper, and I’m hoping he will continue that form. He is also an ideal VC option with his floor.
Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall (£7.7m)
Similar to Sara, Dewsbury-Hall has been immense for Leicester at the start of the season. He not only gets goal contributions, but also get bonus points, giving him a great floor similar to Sara. Rotherham (A) looks great on paper, and makes him a great captain pick this week.
Adam Armstrong (£10.1m)
Armstrong has been looking great so far this season, three goals and an assist in three starts. QPR at home is a great game for Southampton, and I’m almost expecting an attacking return. Armstrong also has a good bonus baseline due to shots/shots on target, making him an ideal captain option this week.
Josh Sargent (£8.6m)
Two goals and an assist in his last two starts, with players like Sara supplying him, he’s looking like a great pick. He’s averaging three shots and 1.7 key passes per game which are important stats for bonus. Norwich have a great run looking past this Gameweek, making Sargent a prime transfer in this week.
Differentials – Scott Twine (£6.5m)
I really like Twine as a differential for this week. Three key passes and five shots against Blackburn are great stats, and he grabbed two bonus. Now at home against arguably easier opposition I expect him to do well. I feel he’s been under-priced at £6.5m, seems cheap if he can put a run together.
Matt Godden (£7.1m)
I really like Godden this week and looking forward. Two goals in his last two games, he’s also averaging three shots a game, and 0.7 key passes. Coventry’s run seems to be going under the radar, they’ve got some nice games coming up and I think he could be worth a pick up for the upcoming weeks. Sunderland aren’t exactly defensively solid and I’m hoping Godden can grab another return.
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