News24 –  Fantasy Premier League tips: Best Fantasy Football transfers for FPL GW20

News24 – Fantasy Premier League tips: Best Fantasy Football transfers for FPL GW20

 The festive fixtures are coming thick and fast so Fantasy Premier League managers need to be at the top of their game to keep on top of their transfers  Irregular deadlines are sure to catch out thousands of FPL bosses and really separate the die-hard gaffers from the casual players – but which players should be targeted to get an edge over your rivals? **PREDICT FIVE RESULTS AND WIN £25,000 – FREE TO PLAY HERE** Dropped points and an unpredictable rotation policy are seeing Manchester City assets drift out of favour, with a rejuvenated Manchester United offering alternatives  Elsewhere, Leicester are on the up following back-to-back wins over Chelsea and City while Wolves and Fulham both present viable third striker options ahead of GW20  Express Sport has rounded up the best Fantasy Premier League transfers you can make ahead of GW19: GKP: Ben Foster (Watford) – £4 5m The Watford stopper had a tough evening last time out against Chelsea, conceding a penalty and picking up a yellow card for his trouble  However, a run of four tempting fixtures starting at home to Newcastle could see an influx of clean sheets  DEF: Dejan Lovren (Liverpool) – £4.9m Lovren has stepped up alongside Virgil van Dijk in central defence during Liverpool’s rise to the top of the Premier League  The Croatian has ably deputised for the injured Joe Gomez and even bagged a goal against Newcastle to help boost his impressive points tally  DEF: Juan Foyth (Tottenham Hotspur) – £5.0m Injuries to Jan Vertonghen and Davinson Sanchez handed Foyth a chance in central defence and the Argentinian has impressed his manager Mauricio Pochettino  Recalled for the 5-0 thumping of Bournemouth, Foyth will hope for another shut-out at home to Wolves  DEF: Ricardo Pereira (Leicester City) – £5.1m The stand-out player for Leicester in their two shock wins over Chelsea and Manchester City, picking up a goal and a couple of bonus points  Cardiff are the visitors to the King Power next. MID: Alex Iwobi (Arsenal) – £5.5m The Nigerian midfielder rarely completes 90 minutes for Unai Emery’s side but injury to Henrikh Mkhitaryan and an out-of-form Mesut Ozil could see his chances increase  Liverpool will be a tough nut to crack but Fulham at home on New Year’s Day should offer attacking returns  MID: Paul Pogba (Manchester United) – £8.0m Pogba was the star of the show last time out, racking up 15 points with two goals and maximum bonus points against Huddersfield  The arrival of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has revitalised the Frenchman and more rewards should be on the way in the next few weeks  MID: Eden Hazard (Chelsea) – £11.0m An obvious pick but the Belgian is Chelsea’s main man and easily the most attractive attacking proposition at Stamford Bridge  Still only £11.0m with Crystal Palace, Southampton and Newcastle in the firing line  FWD: Raul Jimenez (Wolverhampton Wanderers) – £6.3m The best bargain striker on offer with five goals and six assists this season  Jimenez also looks set to add to that tally with just three of Wolves’ next 10 fixtures scoring more than three in the Fixture Difficulty Rankings  FWD: Aleksandar Mitrovic (Fulham) – £6.7m Fulham have been woeful in recent weeks but a home clash at Huddersfield is the best opportunity possible for Mitrovic to rediscover his scoring touch  FWD: Gabriel Jesus (Manchester City) – £10.1m Sergio Aguero made his return from injury against Crystal Palace then played 90 minutes in the defeat to Leicester, suggesting Jesus will return to the starting XI against Southampton  Just three goals and two assists so far for the Brazilian, but the City striker should find some form against relegation-threatened Saints

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