The Fantasy Premier League (FPL)  continues to add an extra layer of engagement and excitement to the Premier League season, as managers compete to make the best strategic decisions and select the best-performing players every weekend. 

With two weeks of the season gone, we look at the best 10 players to have in your Fantasy Premier League team, based on their performances so far.

Top 6 players to get for your Fantasy Premier League team for GW3


Manuel Akanji (£5.1m) – The Manchester City defender has been excellent at the heart of defence for the defending champions in his two appearances this season. He has earned 13 points so far, and at just 5.1m,  is a cheap source of points moving forward.

Pervis Estupiñán (£5.2m) – Brighton’s ultra-attacking full-back is a must-have for any FPL manager. The Seagulls have scored 8 goals this season and Estupinan has been involved in 3 of those, scoring one and assisting two. His total points after two games stands at 18 and his price is just 5.2m, which is a steal.


Solly March (£6.6m) – Brighton continue to soar and after back-to-back wins, several Seagulls’ players deserve a shout. However, left-footed wing wizard Solly March should be a no-brainer. The Brighton winger has amassed 24 points in his two games so far and is an absolute bargain at just 6.6m.

Phil Foden (£7.5m) – A central role for Man City helped Phil Foden to his first attacking returns of the campaign, with the midfielder assisting Julio Alvarez’s strike in the 1-0 win over Newcastle United.

Foden has produced a team-high nine key passes in 2023/24 so far and is clearly thriving as their chief creator in the absence of Kevin De Bruyne


Erling Haaland (£14m) – Despite firing blanks against Newcastle, Manchester City’s Haaland remains the most potent attacking option as far as FPL is concerned. His 15 points from two games still ranks second among forwards in the entire league.

Yoane Wissa (£6.1m) – The Brentford striker has the form and fixtures to be an excellent addition to your FPL team. Wissa’s goal, assist and 11 points against Fulham caught many managers’ attention. Brentford’s frontman is the most-bought forward in the Gameweek, earning over 172,000 new owners.