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Each week, the Betway Insider team will recommend players that you should select for your team based on our odds for goals, clean sheets and scorers.

West Ham forward Sebastien Haller is among their recommendations for Game Week 10.

Nicolas Otamendi (Man City) v Aston Villa

Dream Team players may be rolling their eyes at Otamendi by now, but City’s odds to keep a clean sheet remain comfortably the shortest in the division.

Pep Guardiola’s side are 4/5 to prevent Aston Villa from netting on Sunday, the only team available at odds-on to do so.

Otamendi is as likely to score as any defender in the division this weekend, priced at 9/2.

Matt Doherty (Wolves) v Newcastle

Other than Man City, Liverpool and Arsenal, Wolves are the likeliest team to keep a clean sheet in Game Week 10.

Nuno Espirito Santo’s side are available at 13/8 to shut out Newcastle on Sunday, with the hosts out at a relatively long price of 17/40 to score.

Of all defenders, only Otamendi and Virgil van Dijk are available at a shorter price to score than 5/1 for Doherty.

Sebastien Haller (West Ham) v Sheffield United

Tammy Abraham remains the best value among the strikers, but Haller is a strong differential.

Only Man City forwards, Liverpool forwards and Jamie Vardy are deemed likelier to score by our traders this weekend, with all of them much more expensive on the game than the Frenchman.

Haller is available at 23/20 to net, while he is also cheaper than Marcus Rashford, Raul Jimenez and Callum Wilson.

MUST HAVE: Sergio Aguero (Man City) v Aston Villa

According to our odds, a striker will rarely be as likely to score all season as Aguero is this weekend.

The Argentine is available at just 2/5 to net against Aston Villa, while he is 19/10 to score twice and 6/1 for a hat-trick.

Aguero may be the most expensive player on the game, but he should be worth his weight in points on Saturday.