Scouting report Gameweek 11

We’ve got one more InstallerLEAGUE week before the international break, and there could be a lot of points to be had.
Can Chelsea bounce back from their disappointing result to NK Maribor in the Champions’ League, against a struggling Liverpool who look a shell of the team they were last season?
Then there’s City who have lost three out of their last four games, can they get back to winning ways against QPR, who are starting to show signs of life?
Here’s our scouting report so InstallerLEAGUE players know who to transfer in, and who to avoid with a Peter Crouch-sized bargepole.
GK – Fraser Forster – £5.3m
Can anyone stop Southampton? They just keep churning out the wins, but nobody is taking them seriously despite sitting pretty in second place.
One of the Saints’ best attributes this season has been their defence, with new summer signing Forster settling in well between the sticks (no Artur Boruc-esque mistakes like getting lobbed by the opposition goalkeeper so far).
The giant stopper signed from Celtic after some fine displays, most notably in the Champions’ League against Barcelona, and is looking assured for his new team.
He’s already got 45 points this season, so can his good run continue?
Def – Leighton Baines – £7.2m
This may not be a secret, but Leighton Baines is just different gravy when it comes to fantasy football.
He’s a fullback that takes penalties and free kicks, so he’s guaranteed goals.
This season he’s the top-scoring defender with 58 points, and has bagged 29 in his last three games.
Can you afford not to have him in?
Mid – Theo Walcott – £9.0m
Theo’s back…for the meantime at least.
The Arsenal forward/winger was last seen winding up Spurs fans on a stretcher, but he’s back in contention now and has even got a call up to the England squad next week.
He can definitely pitch in with a few goals, and with Welbeck the only fit striker at the Emirates, Walcott could be asked to help shoulder the load.
Worth a shot at £9.0m?    
For – Ayoze Pérez – £4.8m
We’ve gone for a cheap option here because you may have already spent all your money on Walcott and Baines, but at £4.8m Pérez could be a steal.
The 21-year-old striker signed for Newcastle at the start of this season from Tenerife (in the Spanish Segunda División) where he bagged two awards, Breakthrough Player of the Year, and Best Attacking Midfielder.
There were questions about whether he could adjust to the Premier League, but with two goals in two games against Spurs and Liverpool, Toon manager Alan Pardew may have unearthed a gem.
Plus with a bit of a striker shortage at St James’ Park, Ayoze could be getting a lot more game time.