Gameweek 35 Tips – Fantasy Premier League Tips

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Is there a better word to summarise gameweek 34? With Chelsea and Liverpool both playing twice it had never seemed more appropriate to cram your Fantasy Premier League team full of their players and watch the points roll in.

Eden Hazard, Raheem Sterling, and Phillipe Coutinho were the obvious favourites within the fantasy football community, with Chelsea looking to wrap up the title and Liverpool travelling to Foster-less Baggies and – at the time – relegation bound Tigers.

As the final whistle blew at the King Power stadium it proved more important to back a differential, with Dame N’Doye tallying up the same amount of points as the three favourites combined.

If there was some kind of disfigured, hybrid fantasy football game where you had to choose three goalkeepers and three strikers, then our tips last week would have seen you sitting in a comfortable first place.

Simon Mignolet (11), Kasper Schmeichel (10) & Rob Green (6) all kept a clean sheet in their first fixture; while Sergio Aguero (6), Jamie Vardy (12) and fplbet’s proudest tip to date; Nelson Oliveira (9) all found the back of the net. Here’s to more points in centre of the park this week.

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GOALKEEPERS

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[mks_icon icon=”fa-star” color=”#3ec943″ type=”fa”] Best Bet – Thibaut Courtois

Chelsea are now undefeated in their last 17 home matches in the Premier League and will go in to this Sunday’s fixture looking for a win that will crown them Champions.

Courtois hasn’t conceded in his last three, and after watching teammate Petr Cech concede at the King Power, he’ll no doubt be eager to get back between the sticks and prove why many rate him as one of the best young talents in the world.

Visitors Crystal Palace have now failed to score in their last two Premier League matches, and with Chelsea’s eye on the title the scene is set for a classic 1-0 victory from Mourinho.

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[mks_icon icon=”fa-money” color=”#3ec943″ type=”fa”] Bargain Buy – David Ospina

The Colombian international has found himself as Arsenal’s number one since the turn of the year, following a run of not so smoking performances from Wojciech Szczesny.

After back-to-back wins Hull’s safety net is looking pretty sterdy and with Arsenal chasing a respectable 2nd place finish we can see Ospina making it three clean sheets on the bounce.

Valued at just 4.9m, the keeper is an inexpensive way in to the Gunners back line. With a favourable fixture and a double gameweek on the horizon, now’s the time to snap him up.

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[mks_icon icon=”fa-bar-chart-o” color=”#3ec943″ type=”fa”] Differential – Adrian

West Ham – along with Southampton – were one of the surprise outfits this season and sat 5th place in November between Manchester United and Arsenal.

But after a plague of injuries and a turn of poor form the Hammers now see themselves mid-table and will be looking to their defence to earn them a top half finish.

Owned by 2.3%, Adrian looks a solid differential this weekend as he hosts a Championship bound Burnley side who have failed to score in their last five Premier League matches.

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DEFENDERS

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[mks_icon icon=”fa-star” color=”#3ec943″ type=”fa”] Best Bet – John Terry

The Chelsea skipper was a write off at the start of the season due to his age but having featured in every minute of Chelsea’s season this year he’s managed to silence his critics.

The 34-year old defender has put in arguably one of his finest performances this season, raising the question as to whether he still has a few more years left in him.

With an important goal at the King Power during the week, J.T will no doubt be looking to nod home another, lift the title and become the highest scoring Premier League defender of all time.

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[mks_icon icon=”fa-money” color=”#3ec943″ type=”fa”] Bargain Buy – Aaron Cresswell

The English full back has well and truly made his mark on the Premier League, putting in some cracking performances this campaign since his arrival from Ipswich.

The Hammer’s left back has scored two, assisted four and proved to be one of the best value for money defenders on Fantasy Premier League this year with a total of 117 points.

Valued at a fair 5.6m, you have to fancy his potential for defensive and attacking returns as he takes on a Burnley side who are struggling at both ends of the pitch.

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[mks_icon icon=”fa-bar-chart-o” color=”#3ec943″ type=”fa”] Differential – John Stones

This season is definitely one that Roberto Martinez will be looking to put behind him, however Everton’s form of late has somewhat redeemed their poor start.

20-year old John Stones has found himself a regular starter for the Toffee’s and over the last two weeks he’s put in a man of the match performance and contributed a goal.

Owned by just 1.2%, the centre back provides an alternative route in to Everton’s expensive backline that’s kept a clean sheet in six of their last seven home matches.

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MIDFIELDERS

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[mks_icon icon=”fa-star” color=”#3ec943″ type=”fa”] Best Bet – Alexis Sanchez

It’s rare to see a player make his way in to this article based on instinct rather than stats. But based on his explosive start in the Premier League, we’re making an exception for Sanchez.

With one eye on their appealing fixture against Hull, and the other on their double gameweek in a few weeks, the Chilean winger has the potential to make your season.

Since his summer arrival from Barcelona, Sanchez has smashed home 14 goals and assisted eight, a record that is arguably as good as PFA Player of the Year; Eden Hazard’s.

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[mks_icon icon=”fa-money” color=”#3ec943″ type=”fa”] Bargain Buy – Jack Colback

Having reached the 35-point mark and already jetted off on holiday, Newcastle will be on their way back courtesy of an unexpected set of results in the relegation dogfight.

Ginger ninja and Ibiza party coordinator ’15 Jack Colback has gone unnoticed lately despite his form due to most managers steering clear of the sinking ship that is Newcastle United.

Valued at 4.7m, the centre midfielder – who’s scored one and assisted one in his last two – is an inexpensive purchase who could be the difference as the Magpies visit the Foxes.

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[mks_icon icon=”fa-bar-chart-o” color=”#3ec943″ type=”fa”] Differential – Charlie Adam

Now you can’t go putting a player in your FPL team based on the fact they scored a wonder goal, but can you if they then go on to score two more in the following weeks?

We think yes and for that reason, Charlie Adam is our differential midfielder due to his three goals (against Chelsea, Southampton and Sunderland) in four games.

Owned by just 0.6%, the former Liverpool midfielder could turn out to be a decent punt as Stoke travel to Wales for the eagerly awaiting battle for eighth place…

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FORWARDS

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[mks_icon icon=”fa-star” color=”#3ec943″ type=”fa”] Best Bet – Sergio Aguero

Do you need an explanation as to why you should include Sergio Aguero in your fantasy team? If you don’t know the answer to that question then I think you are an ostrich.

Excuse the perfectly executed Nigel Pearson pun, but with the Argentine bagging four goals in his last three matches, it’s pretty clear you’d be crazy to miss out the leagues top scorer.

Tottenham have only kept one clean sheet in their last 11 Premier League matches and with Aguero netting nine in his last six against Spurs he also looks a good bet for the armband.

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[mks_icon icon=”fa-money” color=”#3ec943″ type=”fa”] Bargain Buy – Nelson Oliveira

One of our proudest Fantasy Premier League tips to date, Nelson Oliveira makes our tips once again after picking up a goal and assist last weekend against Newcastle.

The next step on his quest to ‘follow in Ronaldo’s footsteps’ is to make it back-to-back goals by scoring against a Stoke side who’s last clean sheet came almost two months back.

Valued at just 5.5m and with an ownership of 0%, the Portuguese striker will be looking to continue Swansea’s record of at least two goals in their last four home matches.

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[mks_icon icon=”fa-bar-chart-o” color=”#3ec943″ type=”fa”] Differential – Christian Benteke

With four weeks left in the Premier League, the title and top four places are as good as confirmed and the pressure now shifts to the clubs and players fighting to survive relegation.

Aston Villa are averaging a goal every six shots under Tim Sherwood, compared to one every 16 under Paul Lambert, making Benteke a stand out candidate for the final weeks.

Owned by just 4.0%, the Belgian striker will need to be on top of his game with the pressure being applied from relegation rivals Hull and Leicester who’ve recently found form.

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By | 2019-06-14T11:41:58+00:00 April 30th, 2015|Fantasy Football Tips|8 Comments

8 Comments

  1. zebraphenia April 30, 2015 at 5:43 pm

    Decent tips! Olivier Giroud, Gylfi Sigurdsson and Jack Grealish are my best bet, bargain buy and differential for this gameweek.

    • jamieFPL April 30, 2015 at 6:05 pm

      Jack Grealish is a good shout! Very interested to see how he ends the season.

  2. FPLSamuel April 30, 2015 at 9:36 pm

    Great tips (especially the keepers) and some could definitely manage to pay off quite well this week..

    I can’t see past Hazard as a best bet midfielder for this Gameweek though ;), definitely has a goal and assist in him against Palace.

    • jamieFPL April 30, 2015 at 11:41 pm

      Cheers Samuel. Yep, Hazard has always got a goal and an assist him – but of the sake of the article not listing ol’ Eden every single week I decided to opt of Alexis. I hope he comes up big now!

  3. RoryFPL May 1, 2015 at 2:02 am

    It’s always difficult to establish which Arsenal midfielder is going to bring home the biggest return. Something is telling me this week it will be a certin Mesut Ozil

    • jamieFPL May 1, 2015 at 11:07 am

      I hope so for my FPL mini-league. Hard to look away from the explosiveness of Sanchez and the form of Ramsey though… You should be telling us this Rory, you’re the Gooner…

  4. Ervin May 2, 2015 at 3:52 am

    Brilliant piece, Jamie! Loved how you classified each position into three sections, “best bet”, “bargain buy” and “differential”. Nelson Oliveira and Stones are great shouts too, though I think the likes of Henderson & Sterling could score big as Liverpool run riot over QPR. 😉

    • jamieFPL May 2, 2015 at 9:52 am

      Agreed, Liverpool definitely have excellent point potential vs QPR but after mustering up minimal points from 2 fairly simple fixtures last week, I’ve decided to lay off the Liverpool lads this weekend!

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