A tough thing for FPL owners can be separating great performances from great FPL players. Sadly, right now, Keita is yet to produce in FPL terms with no goals or assists. He’s lost £0.1m in value already and should only be signed if he starts contributing regularly. RANKED Should you sell or sign these Fantasy Premier League stars. MONEY Latest Football News highlights It’s a bit of a stretch price-wise but the Reds star is a must-have, especially as he’s listed as a midfielder. He’s got four goals already and bagged eight out of a possible 12 bonus points. Monster numbers. An old faithful for more FPL managers, he’s now playing with the spectre of Diego Rico at his back. The Spaniard started in his absence, through injury, last time out and could keep him on the sideline in the long run too. 11 REVEALED 11 11 Out: Naby Keita (Liverpool) – £6.7m A surprise resurgent figure under Maurizio Sarri, the Spaniard has netted three goals already this season. He’s fighting with Willian for game, as per usual, but has seen the most so far, despite appearing off the bench against Bournemouth in their last match. 11 His red card against Liverpool and a blank on his return to action against Southampton has dulled some of the interest in the youngster but he’s a stupendously excellent bargain, especially when he averages 1.7 key passes per game. Out: Leroy Sane (Manchester City) – £9.2m Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Out: Charlie Daniels (Bournemouth) – £4.5m Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade A guaranteed starter who is already amongst the goals, you would have to be a really out of the box thinking boss not to pick up Mitrovic, even if they do face Manchester City this weekend. He’s set to trouble every Premier League defence this season. Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions silverware ADVICE smart causal 11 11 England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures The Portuguese star will have been signed as a cheap replacement for Kevin De Bruyne but it just hasn’t worked out for him. He was dropped to the bench against Newcastle after two barren games against Huddersfield Town and Wolverhampton Wanderers and will need to step up if he’s to get more starts. Out: Bernardo Silva (Manchester City) – £7.6m BEST OF A three-game ban sees someone who should be a backup for your side in a two-striker formation now worthless. He’s hardly played for the Red Devils too so you he should have been on your radar to drop anyway. Best clips, calls and talkSPORT moments of 2019, feat Hearn, McCoist and more In: Pedro (Chelsea) – £6.8m In: Sadio Mane (Everton) – £10.0m 11 impact 11 The international break is over and, thankfully, Fantasy Premier League is back with the domestic campaign.It kicks off in style with Tottenham v Liverpool at Wembley so promises to be a classic, but it’s only going to be good if your FPL team perform too. possible standings Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade In: Aleksandar Mitrovic (Fulham) – £6.7m In: Aaron Wan-Bissaka (Crystal Palace) – £4.1m Never fear, talkSPORT are here to help with our tips for Gameweek 5.Whether you’re forced into alterations by injuries and suspensions or you just fancy changing things up, we’ve got some perfect solutions for you.For talkSPORT.com’s Fantasy Premier League tips scroll down. Out: Marcus Rashford (Manchester United) – £6.8m Every Championship club’s best signing of the decade, including Taarabt and Dack 11 11 Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move The German winger is now on the fringes both internationally and domestically with Pep Guardiola only fielding him for a combined 30 minutes this season. He’s already seen his value drop so he needs to be transferred immediately before you lose any more money. In: Ryan Fraser (Bournemouth) – £6.7m 11 The Cherries star isn’t a glamorous name but you can’t argue with his average of 2.3 key passes per game and 1.8 shots per game. He’s also a set-piece taker and he’s already got a goal and an assist to his name. Fraser, along with team-mate David Brooks, look dangerous behind Callum Wilson and could put up big points against weaker opponents in the coming weeks.