Fantasy Premier League Gameweek 22 Tips : Another midweek round of fixtures make an advent into the land of the league
There couldn’t have been a more pristine way to usher in February. With the dust having settled after a frantic and hectic last day of parlaying by clubs to rope in players, the Premier League makes a return for gameweek 21 this Tuesday.
Transfers, Picks And Captaincy Choices
Ollie Martinez, 5.1 million
The top scoring goal-keeper in the game, Ollie Martinez ended up with a match winning 10 point display when he took on Southampton.
Joao Cancelo, 6 million
Managers clamoured to indulge in the services of Joao Cancelo the last time around only for him to rested. However, the fullback is set to return for this one and looks likely to add to his one goal and one assist performance against West Brom.
John Stones, 5.2 million
Akin to him, John Stones was out of the club’s playing 11 as well but we envision the CB returning for this one to add to his illustrious cleansheet record this season.
Andrew Robertson, 7.4 million
He’s yet to keep a cleansheet off late but the five assist fullback is once again revelling in his role with Liverpool having rekindled their form up the park.
Mohamed Salah, 12.6 million
On a day where Liverpool found themselves bereft of Mane’s services and West Ham fortified their backline, Liverpool needed something special to win the clash. And Salah delivered with two sumptuous strikes, ones which took his tally to 15 goals for the season.
James Maddison, 7.3 million
He managed to pop up with an assist for Leicester City, one which ensured the side was able to score once in its 3-1 rout by Everton.
Harvey Barnes, 6.9 million
Getting on the end of that assist was Barnes, slotting in a well worked finish to see him continue in his free scoring ways across the last month.
Jack Harrison, 5.4 million
One of the trickier picks, we’ll be sticking with the Leeds United player owing to the two strikes he has netted for the club in their foregone couple of matches.
Jack Grealish, 7.8 million
West Ham have been extremely frugal defensively but the side is known to crack under vicious attacking pressure, the likes of which Grealish can launch.
After going on a rampage in the opening part of the season, the goals have completely dried up for the Everton man. However, he continues to remain the club’s leading scorer and with Leeds United not the best of backlines, he could regain his touch infront of goal.
Michail Antonio, 6.6 million
He’s up against a side on the uptick but West Ham themselves have done extremely well this term with Antonio taking over the mantle of attack.
The two strikes for Salah the last time around make him our captain for the upcoming matches.
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