Fantasy Premier League tips: Best Fantasy Football transfers for FPL GW21

Fantasy Premier League tips: Best Fantasy Football transfers for FPL GW21


 Fantasy Premier League bosses need to be on their toes with GW21 just around the corner  Thousands of FPL gaffers are set to be caught out by Tuesday’s transfer deadline, meaning there are huge gains to be made with the right signings   The departure of players to the Asian Cup has handed some lesser lights the opportunity to impress while high-profile stars such as Paul Pogba and Roberto Firmino are finding form  There are also some tempting fixtures for Chelsea and Arsenal which managers will hope to take advantage of, while bargain options are never far away – if you know where to look  Express has rounded up the best Fantasy Premier League transfers you can make ahead of GW21:  With Mat Ryan off at the Asian Cup, Button was handed his first appearance of the season against Everton and made an instant impression  Four saves, a clean sheet and nine points should be enough for FPL managers to start considering the Seagulls stopper, despite tough fixtures   The towering centre-back has helped Cardiff to consecutive clean sheets against Crystal Palace and Leicester, while also picking up a welcome bonus point last time out  Tough matches against Tottenham and Arsenal are offset by meetings with Huddersfield and Newcastle   Already owned by nearly a quarter of all managers with the Irish defender continually producing attacking returns  Doherty’s assist against Spurs was his fourth of the campaign, while he also has three goals ahead of a kind run   The Brazilian remains a bargain with Chelsea picking up their ninth clean sheet of the campaign against Crystal Palace  Luis provided the assist for N’Golo Kante against the Eagles and helped himself to maximum bonus points so should be on the radar ahead of home matches against Southampton and Newcastle   The Dutch winger has two goals and maximum bonus points from his past two matches and now looks a guaranteed pick in Chris Hughton’s side   A more durable option than his namesake David, with Bernardo having started City’s last seven Premier League matches despite the busy schedule  Two assists and a goal in his last three appearances represent a good return and the Portuguese midfielder will hope to strike once more against Liverpool   It’s not too late to get on the bandwagon although Pogba’s price has risen dramatically after his four goals in the last two matches  Newcastle are next in the firing line before a trip to Spurs is followed up by home matches against Brighton and Burnley   FPL managers will have had their heads in their hands when Aboubakar Kamara wrestled the ball off Mitrovic for Fulham’s late penalty against Huddersfield  Kamara missed but Mitrovic spared his blushes with a brilliant winner, ending a six-week goal drought  Arsenal are up next, with the make-shift Gunners defence having shipped five at Liverpool   Prior to Firmino’s hat-trick against Arsenal, the Brazilian hadn’t scored in four matches  Managers who kept faith were handsomely rewarded and will now expect more when Jurgen Klopp’s side travel to Manchester City   Restricted to a cameo appearance against Liverpool despite three consecutive assists for the Gunners, although Unai Emery will be under pressure to start the Frenchman against Fulham  Lacazette scored twice against the Cottagers earlier in the season and will hope for more at the Emirates

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