Fantasy Premier League Gameweek 16 Tips: Team, Transfers, Fixtures And Captaincy Choices: FPL returns after for its newest round of fixtures just hours after gameweek 15
The festive period means matches coming in a fast and hectic rate in the Premier League. While its an extremely gruelling and tedious period for the clubs, its entertainment galore for people tuning into the league across the global stage.
With gameweek 16 getting underway just hours after the completion of gameweek 15, the clamour for transfers is at an all time high. We bring you all the lowdown from the land of the league to help craft your teams for the latest round of fixtures.
Nick Pope, 5.4 million
Burnley finally saw their four match unbeaten spree be curbed but Nick Pope once again managed to make his presence felt. He was responsible for keeping his side in the contest as he parried away a string of efforts from Leeds United
Charlie Taylor, 4.5 million
He will find company in his fullback, Taylor for the day’s encounter. Two clashes against relegation slumped clubs paired with Taylor’s ability to square the ball to his counterparts make him an extremely intriguing proposition.
Sam Dallas, 4.7 million
At long last, Leeds United finally ended up with a cleansheet in their kitty. It now sees Dallas with a shutdown and two goals in his last three matches to make him one of the most pristine defenders under 5 million.
Andrew Robertson, 7.3 million
He was in our side the last time around and Robertson will once again feature for us. A player set to escape rotation owing to the injuries having rocked Liverpool’s backline, Robertson looks set to usher in a rich haul when he squares off against Newcastle United.
Mohamed Salah, 12.6 million
Much like Robertson, Salah should be a feature for his side’s affair against Newcastle United as well. The league’s leading scorer with 13 goals, he’s yet again been in resplendent touch, a player we just can’t leave out in this form.
Kevin de Bruyne, 11.8 million
Holding onto Kevin de Bruyne is tricky at the moment but its his consistency and dependability to perform week in and week out which sees us hang onto the player.
Heung-Min Son, 9.7 million
There’s been a clear downtick in Tottenham’s form but that does little to faze us from opting for Son. The club’s leading scorer with a gargantuan 11 strikes and 9 assists in his kitty, the player can end up going on a rampage against Fulham.
Bruno Fernandes, 11.1 million
Scoring and assisting against Leicester City, Bruno Fernandes now has 10 goals and 5 assists this season, a tally which he’s adding to every gameweek.
Harry Kane, 11 million
In the middle of one of his finest season’s, Harry Kane has been in a stupendous run of form. With confidence coursing through his veins, the striker is not only a must have pick but a captaincy contender as well.
Patrick Bamford, 6.4 million
His goal against Burnley was enough to take Leeds United to the three points as Bamford’s first penalty saw him hit the 10 goal mark this season.
Jamie Vardy, 10.1 million
Helping restore parity for his side with his goal towards the tailend of the club’s 2-2 draw at the weekend, Vardy can end up going berserk when he faces off against a Crystal Palace side which has been hit for 10 goals in its last two encounters.
Both Salah and Kane make for intriguing choices with Salah just about edging out our vote.
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