Premier League

Four players to pick for your Fantasy Premier League team for Gameweek 12

Mo Salah has scored seven goals against Arsenal in nine league games
Mo Salah has scored seven goals against Arsenal in nine league games / James Gill - Danehouse/GettyImages

Premier League football returns after the final international break of the year, and it's time to take stock of your Fantasy Premier League teams.

This weekend sees three managerial debuts with Steven Gerrard, Eddie Howe, Deam Smith taking charge of Aston Villa, Newcastle United, and Norwich City respectively.

In-form team Liverpool and Arsenal face off while Chelsea face a tricky trip to Leicester, and Manchester United travel to Watford, hoping to get back to winning ways.

As you decide on your team for the weekend, here are four players to consider for gameweek 12.

Mohamed Salah - £13.0m - vs Arsenal

Mohamed Salah
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Salah's price tag increased to £13.0m during the international break as did his ownership, with 71 percent FPL managers picking him ahead of Saturday's visit from Arsenal. Salah has an excellent record against the Gunners, scoring seven times and providing two assists against them in nine league meetings.

Reece James - £5.9m - vs Leicester

Reece James
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James scored twice against Newcastle last gameweek and has picked up seven more FPL points (41) than any other player in the past three gameweeks. He also ranks joint-top for goals (with three) and second among all players for chances created (10). Against a poor Foxes' defence, James will be looking to get back on the scoresheet.

Conor Gallagher - £5.8m - vs Burnley

Conor Gallagher
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Gallagher has netted in each of his last two games and is the second-highest scoring midfielder in the game behind Salah and remains a bargain at his price point. He has managed three double-digit hauls already, and will be eager to hit the ground running for Crystal Palace after making his England debut this week.

Harry Kane - £12.2m - vs Leeds

Harry Kane
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Kane scored seven goals for England during the international break and the arrival of Antonio Conte at Tottenham could help bring his season back on track. Spurs' fixture list looks extremely kind with Leeds, Burnley, Brentford, and Norwich to come over the next few weeks, and it could be the perfect time for Kane to make up for the awful start to his season.