Gaming Fantasy Football: Alexis Sanchez and 10 other players who should be owned more Kevin DeVries Fantasy Football Writer 23:00 22/9/2017 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Getty Images Gaming Premier League A. Sánchez Mesut Özil Swansea City v Watford Southampton v Manchester United Burnley v Huddersfield Town Stoke City v Chelsea Leicester City v Liverpool Brighton & Hove Albion v Newcastle United Brighton & Hove Albion Newcastle United Arsenal West Bromwich Albion West Ham United Tottenham Hotspur Arsenal v West Bromwich Albion West Ham United v Tottenham Hotspur Swansea City Leicester City Manchester United Watford Southampton Burnley Huddersfield Town Stoke City Chelsea Liverpool Our Fantasy writer looks at the ownership stats and highlights players from Arsenal, Tottenham and Chelsea that need to be more widely owned We now have five weeks of Premier League action behind us and, as such, have a much better feel for players and their value.Now, you probably don’t need too much encouragement to own the superstars like Sergio Aguero or Romelu Lukaku, but what about the lesser known or under utilised players? Well, below are listed 11 players who are currently owned in less than 5% of teams in the Goal game that are worth considering as differential plays. Article continues below Editors’ Picks ‘I’m getting better’ – Can Man Utd flop Fred save his Old Trafford career? Why Barcelona god Messi will never be worshipped in the same way in Argentina Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing GK: Lukasz Fabianski – Swansea, £6.1, 0.75% ownership Fabianski has the most saves in the Premier League right now (24) and had three clean sheets in the first five matches.DEF: Cedric Soares – Southampton, £6.1, 3.33% ownershipThis is a week early, but after the Manchester United match you should bring in Cedric who currently has the second highest tally of crosses from the right wing… and he’s a defender!DEF: Gary Cahill – Chelsea, £6.4, 3.46% ownershipCahill had the second most points by a defender in the Goal game last season and should be owned as such now that his suspension is over.DEF: Davinson Sanchez – Tottenham, £6.2, 1.41% ownershipThe summer signing started the last two matches and has seemingly nailed down a spot in what has been the best defence in the league over each of the past two seasons.DEF: Jamal Lascelles – Newcastle – £5.7, 2.02% ownershipLascelles has scored in two consecutive matches and kept two clean sheets in the last three matches, and will face Brighton’s bottom five attack this weekend.MID: Christian Atsu – Newcastle, £5.7, 1.75% ownershipThe stats said Atsu was performing better than his Fantasy points indicated, but last week’s goal was certainly a step in the right direction.MID: Pascal Gross – Brighton, £5.7, 2.92% ownershipBrighton do not have the most open attack, but Gross leads them in just about every meaningful attacking statistic so when they score, the German is likely to be involved.MID: Mesut Ozil – Arsenal, £7.3, 4.65% ownership While he may not start, it’s worth including him to tell you that the assists will come soon as only two players (Mkhitaryan and Silva) have more chances created and they have a combined nine assists… Ozil still has none.MID: Robbie Brady – £5.6, 0.85% ownershipBrady has the most successful crosses in the Premier League and is top five in chances created so why is he owned in less than 1% of teams?FOR: Alexis Sanchez – £7.9, 3.14% ownershipThe Chile international has been given the all clear by Arsene Wenger and the medical team at Arsenal, and should now be on the path to reclaiming his title as best Fantasy player in the Goal game.FOR: Jamie Vardy – £8.0, 3.09% ownershipHis price is a little high, but Vardy is currently third in goals scored this season and is £400,000 cheaper than the two in front of him (Aguero and Lukaku). Check out Goal’s Premier League 2019-20 fantasy football podcast for game tips, debate and rivalries.