Tottenham set to step out twice in this round of matches
We’ve reached that part of the season where every bit of point is worth its weight in gold. With the clamour for winning leagues and finishing as high in the global rankings reaches a frenzy, FPL managers are frantically scouring for players to help propel their teams.
FPL Team Picks Gameweek 31
Rui Patricio, 5.3 million
A fixture with bottom placed Sheffield United is just what the doctor ordered for Wolverhampton, a tie which should see Patricio be largely undisturbed on the day.
Cesar Azpilicueta, 5.8 million
The last couple of matches have seen Chelsea return empty handed in the cleansheet docket but the team continues to remain as sturdy a unit as ever to see us once again repose faith in the side’s captain.
Nelson Semedo, 5.2 million
Sheffield United have been so dreary up the park this term that Wolverhampton’s current shaky defensive form did little to deter us from opting for the versatile Semedo.
Timothy Castagne, 5.7 million
Castagne’s searing runs and his ability to open the pitch up for his side see us rope in the Leicester City man for the outing.
Heung-Min Son, 9.4 million
His goal the last time around paired with two matches he’ll be contesting in this round of encounters make the Tottenham attacking name a must have pick.
Lucas Moura, 6.6 million
Giving him company for the matchup is his peer Moura who laid up the goal Son netted in his team’s first half contest the last time around.
Mohamed Salah, 12.5 million
Salah ended up missing some sterling chances against Real Madrid but he continues to remain his team’s top scorer once again.
Diogo Jota, 6.9 million
Although Leeds United pulled off a heroic effort the last time they took on City, the club’s backline continues to remain a paper thin unit, one Jota can clobber.
James Maddison, 7.2 million
He is set to earn a spot back into his team’s playing 11 and with West Brom making for a lacklustre defensive setup, we envision the midfielder filling his shoes with the goals today.
Kelechi Iheanacho, 6 million
In the form of his life at the moment, Kelechi scored twice the last time he took to the middle, goals which see him earn a place in our framework.
Harry Kane, 11.7 million
Tottenham’s leading scorer, Kane’s impending ties with Southampton and Everton make him way too good a proposition to do away with.
Those two clashes will also see Kane captain our team.
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