Premier League football returns to action after the international break and the focus is fully on the domestic action after the group stages for the new Nations League came to an end. As a result of some good action just before the break, there has been a shift in the prices of some star players. Here are the best buys for the upcoming few weeks:

Jordan Pickford (£ 4.9 million) – The Everton goalkeeper has been in terrific form of late and he was a huge factor behind the blues keeping a clean sheet against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

Lewis Dunk (£ 4.5 million) – The Brighton defender has been able to come up with goals in his last two league outings. He is a menace from set piece situations, which is a key area of interest for Brighton aside from goals from Glen Murray.

Richarlison (£ 6.9 million) – The Brazilian has come up with a consistent run of form for Everton in the last few weeks. His importance in the team will now go up another scale due to the injury sustained by Gylfi Sigurdsson in the goalless draw against Chelsea.

David Silva (£ 8.6 million) – The Spaniard may be into his 30s but he is still the vital part at Manchester City. He is also the trusted player of Guardiola. Now with Kevin De Bruyne unavailable for a couple of weeks, Silva will have a greater role to play.

Raul Jimenez (£ 5.8 million) – The Wolves forward has not been prolific in front of goal and he has come up with only a handful of goals. However, he has a crucial role to play in terms of bringing others into attack. This is reflected by his handsome return of five assists.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (£ 10.9 million) – Alexandre Lacazette is suffering from a minor injury while Welbeck is out for the season. This enhances Aubameyang’s chances of getting something out of the game.