Gameweek 28 is here, and it’s shaping up to be an interesting one as Fantasy Premier League approaches the run-in.
Last week put many managers in a tough place with the likes of Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal not in action, but this time around there’s a double gameweek to get stuck into.
Here’s 90min’s top tips for success…
Vardy needed just 18 minutes to rack up 11 points against Burnley, scoring and assisting in Leicester’s 2-0 victory at Turf Moor.
The former England international had missed his side’s last five league games due to injury, but with such a spectacular return, he could prove to be a tasty differential, especially with games against Leeds, Arsenal and Brentford on the horizon.
I know what you’re thinking. ‘Aaron Lennon? What is this 2006? Shall I dust down my Now That’s What I Call Music! 64 CD too?’
Well, with a goal and an assist in his last four games, the winger could prove a decent alternative, particularly at just £4.9.
Let’s talk double gameweeks. Wolves have two games in the next week or so against Crystal Palace and Watford and sticking Sa into your team seems a sure fire way to rack up some points.
The former Olympiacos stopper is tied with Ederson for the highest-scoring goalkeeper and his upcoming fixtures look extremely promising.
Another to benefit from two games in the upcoming gameweek, Coutinho has threatened to deliver big for owners but has just the one double digit haul so far.
However, with decent fixtures against Southampton and Leeds, the Brazilian will be confident of adding to his two goals and two assists so far.
It’s 24 points in his last three games for Willock, who scored in recent games against West Ham and Brentford.
He hadn’t netted all season prior to the last two games, but with Newcastle looking more resolute and threatening in the final third, the former Arsenal midfielder is one to watch out for.
Another Wolves asset to consider, Saiss is a goal threat in the opposite box and has six bonus points this season.
With two goals and another nine clean sheets, the Moroccan should deliver points for those who bring him in at the cheap price of £5.0.
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