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5 most selected PL players on FPL after 15 Gameweeks 

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The 2017-18 Premier League season has been gripping so far with a number of goals and exciting games. A number of players have made great contributions to their side and has resulted in an exceptionally fun, complex and tactical FPL experience for users this season.

Riccardo Albini created the original game in 1990, after seeing the success of American fantasy sports games throughout the eighties. It was then started in England by Andrew Weinstein the following year when the Fantasy League Ltd was founded. However, the modern-day FPL was started in the 2002-03 season and has been updated ever since.  

With a bunch of talented players to pick from, 5,468,639 users have a variety of options to choose from. Here we take a look at five players who have been selected by the most number of users in the FPL game so far this season.

# Romelu Lukaku - 35% ownership

Swansea City v Manchester United - Premier League
Lukaku has found his feet at new club Manchester United

Manchester United striker and Belgian talisman, Romelu Lukaku has scored eight goals and made four assists in the Premier League, this season. With a 35% ownership rate on FPL, United's frontman is heavily relied upon by a massive number of users. 

With United hosting rivals Manchester City in a crucial game at the weekend and then Bournemouth soon after, before away tests to WBA and Leicester, Lukaku could bag a few points in the next few matches. 

The Belgian will need to deliver solid performances in the league and end his three-game goal drought in the league. With the club, 8 points off City at the top of the table, a big contribution from the Belgian in the coming weeks, could help build back confidence for the player and his club.

A tiny slump in form was put away with a goal in midweek, securing United top spot in Group A of the Champions League. Users with Lukaku in their teams can be hopeful for points during the weekend and in the coming weeks.

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