Some of the best teams in the league look ripe for investment for the next few weeks heading into the Christmas period.
League leaders Man City are in red hot form and with their upcoming fixtures that looks set to conitnue. Their next five fixtures look like this: Huddersfield (A), Southampton (H), West Ham (H), Man United (A), Swansea (A).
The Manchester derby is a slight blip on the horizon but in the short term Pep Guardiola's men couldn't ask for a more favourable run. Huddersfield are coming off a heavy defeat to 10 man Bournemouth, while Southampton and West Ham have both been in poor form this season.
Jesus and Aguero have been rotating for weeks to play the focal point in Man City's attack, so it would be wiser to go with two from three of Silva (£8.4 million), Sterling (£8.1 million) and Sane (£9 million) when considering the Man City attack. .
Chelsea also have a very favourable schedule over the next five game weeks, apart from their trip to Anfield tomorrow. Their next five look like this: Liverpool (A), Swansea (H), Newcastle (H), West Ham (A), Huddersfield (A).
The obvious two heavyweight attacking options are Hazard (£10.6 million) and Morata (£10.5 million) who have been in great form in recent times. It's in defence where we could also see some big returns though with those five fixtures producing a high chance of multiple cleansheets.
Alonso (£6.9 million) and Azpilicueta (£6.8 million) both play a big part in Chelsea's attack on top of that, so that could see them being two of the highest producing defensive assets over the next five game weeks, with assist, goals and bonus points all in the realms of possibility.
Paul Pogba (£8 million) managed a goal and an assist in his first appearance since returning from injury and will undoubtedly play a big part in how United play for the rest of the season if fit. Jose Mourinho's men face Arsenal (A) and Man City (H) in game weeks 15 and 16 though so I would wait until after those two matches before bringing the Frenchman in.