Fantasy Premier League Double Gameweek 35 FPL Tips: Transfers, Picks And Captaincy Choices
FPL Double Gameweek 35 FPL Tips: Transfers, Picks And Captaincy Choices: The final double gameweek of the season sees managers clamour for players to propel their rank
Although the Premier League is done and dusted with, with Manchester City set to breeze their way to the glistening title, for FPL managers, the bruhaha is far from completed. With just four more gameweeks left to play for, the frenzy for transfers is at an all time high at the moment.
FPL Team Picks Gameweek 35
Vincent Guaita, 4.8 million
With his team playing a typical defensive brand of football and given the two lacklustre teams he’s set to take on, Guaita offers exceptional value this time around.
Trent-Alexander Arnold, 7.5 million
He does require you to break the bank but Trent looks to have rediscovered his attacking touch at the moment. And with two favourable ties lined up, the Liverpool rightback can reward you with a rich haul of points.
Timothy Castagne, 5.8 million
Castagne’s ability to work the flanks and send the ball across the face of the goal see him be inducted in our setup.
Seamus Coleman, 4.9 million
Given Everton’s sorry form at the moment, we could have easily decided to give their defenders a skip. However, his scanty price paired with his searing runs up the park see us repose faith in Coleman.
Mohamed Salah, 12.5 million
His side’s top scorer, Salah will not only be eyeing goals which will take him to the Golden Boot but also propel Liverpool into the top 4 of the league.
Mason Mount, 7.3 million
His goal against Real Madrid was an epitome of the sensational form Chelsea’s wonderkid is in this season.
Christian Pulisic, 8.3 million
He’s blown hot and cold too much this term but Pulisic does seem to be coming into his own currently with the American snagging a couple of well worked goals.
James Maddison, 7.3 million
He’s yet to hit his stride since returning from COVID but the Leicester City man has the calibre to go berserk this time around.
Bruno Fernandes, 11.5 million
His side’s top scorer, Bruno will be stepping out thrice in double gameweek 35, a trio of matches which made him an instant pick for us.
Kelechi Iheanacho, 6.3 million
His stock has been on an incredible uptick, one justified by the rich patch of form the African striker has hit currently.
Harry Kane, 11.9 million
The only player who plays once this time around, the Tottenham leading scorer is taking on a Leeds United defence which is going nowhere at the moment.
Bruno and Salah were both enticing options however it was Salah’s dependability which sees us stick with the Liverpool man.
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