Gameweek 6 started with a draw between Fulham and Watford, with Aleksandar Mitrovic equalising for Fulham to keep up his early season form. There were plenty of goals in the rest of the Saturday fixtures.
Burnley picked up their first win of the season in quite emphatic circumstances with a 4-0 win over Bournemouth, with Ashley Barnes scoring twice. Bournemouth had their chances however, with Joe Hart picking up points for making 6 saves.
The least surprising result of the weekend was the 3 points Man City picked up against Cardiff. New signing Riyad Mahrez scored twice, but it was also a good day for Bernado Silva who picked up a goal, an assist and 3 bonus points. It was not such a good week for the 2 highest point scorers, Hazard and Marcus Alonso, who were held to a goaless draw by West Ham.
Looking forward to Gameweek 7, the fixture that stands out the most is at Stamford Bridge as Liverpool travel to Chelsea hoping to keep up their unbeaten start to the season. Will Eden Hazard repay the 35.1% of managers that have chosen him after not scoring last week? Over 80% of managers have either Mane or Salah in their team, so they will be hoping for goals from the Liverpool front 3.
There could also be plenty of points in the Tottenham and Man City ranks as they play Huddersfield and Brighton respectively. With over half of managers having Sergio Aguero in their team, here is to hoping he has his scoring boots on this weekend.