Fantasy Premier League Tips Week 29
Hello Folks. Lets send our thoughts to Chelsea. Their brutal schedule continues after playing Barcelona and Manchester United back to back, the Blues have Man City and Barcelona next on their slate. It's Oscars week! Lets get to our leading roles you could use your transfer on.
Troy Deeney (Watford):
The bullish Watford captain has two goals in his last three games, and his club now welcome last-place West Brom on Saturday. The Baggies have lost four straight, giving up 11 goals in the process.
Watford will win, Deeney will score a goal or two, and West Bromwhich supporters will have 3 billboards leading up to the Hawthorns begging for manager Alan Pardew to be sacked after recording only three wins in 18 games as boss.
Stephen Ward (Burnley):
A 0-0 draw or 1-0 match Sean Dyche’s Burnley and Sam Allardyce’s Everton is about as certain as Meryl streep getting nominated for best actress. So in that case, Clarets defender Stephen Ward will be lad you want to pick up.
Ward was an FPL beast before going down for two months with a knee injury, but the Republic of Ireland international is now finally fully fit and a steal at only £4.7.
James-Ward Prowse (Southampton):
It’s not quite yet the Darkest hour for Southampton and Stoke City, but a relegation six-pointer between the clubs on Saturday is a big one. We foresee a Saints home victory with James-Ward Prowse providing the quality from his attacking midfield position. The 23-year-old has been in good form recently, and this is his chance to become a legend amongst Saints supporters.
Our GTFO segment this week is simply Get out! Featuring Jordan Peele
Alvaro Morata (Chelsea):
Probability theory says that soon, at least before the end of the season, Alvaro Morata will do another goal for Chelsea. But that doesn’t mean you should stick with him for another week — especially with a match against Manchester City on Sunday.
Antonio Conte could drop the striker entirely and go with Olivier Giroud or a false 9 up top. Your loyalty is admirable, but snap our of your trance and Get morata Out!
Harry Kane (Tottenham):
What does Harry Kane and the Amazon fish creature from shape of water have in common? They both feast on house pets.
Two straight victories may have eased relegation worries for the Terriers, so this gives them leeway to get destroyed by Harry Kane and Tottenham at Wembley on Saturday.
That's it for our show. Enjoy Man City-Chelsea on Sunday. Tweet us @the18com if you have any questions about your squad. Adios
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