Chelsea News: Fantasy Premier League tips: Best Fantasy Football transfers for FPL GW35

Chelsea News: Fantasy Premier League tips: Best Fantasy Football transfers for FPL GW35


 Four top-flight teams play twice over the next gameweek, and Fantasy Premier League bosses are doing their best to exploit these favourable fixtures in the transfer market  Manchester City host Tottenham at the Etihad before travelling to Old Trafford for the final Manchester derby of the season in a crucial week for Pep Guardiola’s side  Meanwhile, injury to Antonio Rudiger against Liverpool has opened the door for a Chelsea reserve to be a big differential during the run-in  Watford and Wolves also offer excellent value and enticing fixtures for FPL gaffers, but who will you sign and sell ahead of GW35?Fantasy Premier League tips GW35 GKP: Hugo Lloris (Tottenham Hotspur) – £5 4m Consecutive clean sheets in the Premier League and a tempting home match against struggling Brighton after the huge clash at the Etihad on Saturday  DEF: Andreas Christensen (Chelsea) – £5.0m Owned by less than one per cent of managers but set for a start against Burnley after Antonio Rudiger’s nasty injury against Liverpool  DEF: Sead Kolasinac (Arsenal) – £5.0m Arsenal have perhaps the most inviting double gameweek of the top six clubs, with matches against Crystal Palace and Wolves potentially offering big attacking returns  DEF: Aymeric Laporte (Manchester City) – £6.1m The most reliable selection in the City rearguard, although clean sheets against Tottenham and Manchester United will be hard to come by  MID: Diogo Jota (Wolverhampton Wanderers) – £6.2m An out-of-sorts Brighton are the visitors to Molineux this weekend while Nuno Espirito Santo’s side will then be confident of a result at home to Arsenal  MID: Ryan Fraser (Bournemouth) – £6.3m Just one match for Bournemouth this week but it’s at home against Fulham, with Fraser tipped to run riot after a goal and two assists against Brighton  MID: Anthony Martial (Manchester United) – £7.2m Poor against Barcelona but will hope to do better against Everton and City, if given the chance by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer  FWD: Danny Ings (Southampton) – £5.4m Back in the side and an assist over Wolves last time out sets Ings up for consecutive away matches against Newcastle and Watford  FWD: Andre Gray (Watford) – £5.9m Troy Deeney will miss the next three matches due to suspension and Gray is the man to step in, with Watford likely to trouble Huddersfield and Saints  FWD: Roberto Firmino (Liverpool) – £9.3m Given a rest against FC Porto and should be fighting fit to punish Cardiff as Liverpool continue their push for the title

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *