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Official FPL: Wilson and Rico impress in Gameweek 5


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AFC Bournemouth's Official FPL preview is back ahead of the Friday night game against Southampton.

That's something for FPL managers to bear in mind as the deadline will now be on Friday, not Saturday.

After some good tips last week, our FPL expert has some more recomendations if you're struggling for motivation ahead of Gameweek Six.


With three goals and three assists in Official FPL, last week the FPL Expert warned managers to not transfer out Callum Wilson!

The striker secured a 13-point haul and is one of only three players in the entire game to provide attacking returns in every single game this season.

At just £7.8m, Wilson has already been transferred in by nearly 35,000 managers and was at his clinical best against the Toffees, scoring twice from two shots.

Spearheading the attack as a lone striker against Everton suggests that he will be the Cherries man to get on the end of the potential chances against Southampton, as Joshua King was used as more of a winger on Sunday.


As per our FPL preview after Gameweek 1, Diego Rico as the joint cheapest player on the game certainly made an impact against Everton, and he's eager to stay in the side.

Not only did he make the most passes and interceptions of any Cherries player against the Toffees, he also got a superb assist for Wilson's second goal.

His deft ball over the top caught the eye, but he was also on a number of set pieces, including the corner that led to the first goal.

At £4.0m, it seems an absolute no brainer no matter your squad!


Lewis Cook was back on Saturday and his range of passing was there for all to see right from the off.

Cook's vision and creativity resulted in him receiving standing ovation from supporters on his injury return.

Priced at £5.0m, it could be a good time to get the England midfielder into your squads before he becomes a mainstream pick for other managers.

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