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Draft Premier League: Gameweek 10 Waiver Wire

Every Fantrax manager knows that Waiver Wire acquisitions can make or break your Fantasy EPL season. This Gameweek 10 Waiver Wire article is here to help managers pick up the best Draft Premier League players possible, as well as suggest players to potentially target in a trade with a fellow manager!

Essential reading before your waiver requests process! 

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Gameweek 10 Waiver Wire Targets

Here we outline Fantasy EPL Gameweek 10 Waiver Wire Targets that are 40% rostered or below on Fantrax.


Matt Doherty

Position: Defender

Team: Tottenham

Rostered: 36%

Next Fixture: Brighton (Away)

Prospects: Second week in a row, Doc makes the list. The wait may finally be over. Well, the Rostered percentage suggests, that for most managers who drafted Doherty the wait was over weeks ago. Conte finally revealed why Doherty had been a no-show in the first part of the season. An injury on the final week of pre-season had him lose time and more crucially form that he had been painfully slow to build back up. Conte revealed that he would again be part of the first team conversation after the International Break. Just in time too as Emerson Royal’s horror show against Arsenal resulted in a straight red. Doherty will continue to be a rotation player even when he starts popping up in the starting XI, but a very high upside one at that.

Verdict: I would use a mid-range waiver claim or 10 FAB to get him.


Amadou Onana

Position: Midfielder

Team: Everton

Rostered: 27%

Next Fixture: Man United (Home)

Prospects: How surprised are we by the defensive stability of Lamps’ Everton? Very. As much as the defenders doing well, it has a lot to do with the frankly incredible balance he found in the midfield three. Gueye has always been a great DM, but Onana, the young Belgian centre-mid has been the real star of the midfield. He popped up on a set piece routine against Southampton to provide an assist with a towering header, but his consistent ghost points are really what you are after if you are considering picking him up. He will have a decent amount of work to do vs United next weekend, yo expect 6+ ghosts.

Verdict: I would use a low-end waiver claim or 0-3 FAB to get him.


Adama Traore

Position: Forward

Team: Wolves

Ownership: 23%

Next Fixture: Chelsea (Away)

Prospects:  Well, this is a punt. And to be perfectly honest Adama’s inclusion is twofold, I want to highlight the possibility of picking him up in the off chance Neto’s injury and Lage’s sacking hand him a great opportunity, but also to give my two cents on why I am not that excited. We have seen Nuno, Xavi, and Lage really try to include him in their lineups in the last three years and all three of these coaches (whatever you might think of them, great coaches) have failed and ended up discarding him. I am unfortunately of the opinion to trust them. As big a fantasy darling he is, we might just have to conclude that he is not of the standard to be able to play regular top-flight football. That, said, the forward pool is so so shallow, that if you have the chance, pick him up and hope I and those other 3 guys are wrong, and the new, inevitably Portuguese coach will make Adama work. I would love it if that happened.

Verdict: I would use a mid-range waiver claim or 2-5 FAB to get him.


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