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fantasy premier league gameweek 35 tips

fantasy premier league gameweek 35 tips

Gameweek 35 Tips - Fantasy Premier League

As Chelsea march on towards the Premier League title the Fantasy Premier League top honours are far from being decided. With just 4 game weeks to go it is starting to become a little more ‘squeaky bum’ time than ever before so hold tight – it is going to be a rough ride. But fear not, we are here with your weekly dose of gameweek 35 tips in plenty of time for the May Bank Holiday football frenzy.

At the time of writing, GW34 is not even over with Chelsea, Leicester, Hull and Liverpool still to play, but I am quite pleased that the Jamie Vardy shout came in with a goal and a bonus point with a game still to play – more of the same for the GW35 tips hopefully.

Gameweek 35 centres around 5 teams for me:

Chelsea can win the title at home to Crystal Palace who have themselves faltered in recent weeks and will face a very stern test at Stamford Bridge.

Manchester United need a big performance at home to West Brom after 2 defeats on the trot and a home game against The Baggies could be the tonic required to see them get back to winning ways in their search for a return to Champions League football next season.

Leicester City take on a hapless Newcastle United side and the home team are in great form (even if they do lose to Chelsea this week) and have a great chance to really push for Premier League survival.

Liverpool take on QPR with both teams desperate for the points following disappointing games in GW34. Liverpool appear a much stronger proposition at home and QPR’s much maligned away form has been heavily reported this season so a decent home win would be no surprise.

Arsenal travel to Hull City in a quest for 2nd place solidarity and a best league finish for some time could be cemented with a win against a Hull City side who should take some confidence from the manner of their win against Crystal Palace at the weekend. Still, Arsenal should have far too much class and guile to break them down here.


Fantasy Premier League Tips – Gameweek 35

So, you know the teams we will be supporting but where are we looking to pick up the points in terms of players.

The main man again has to be Eden Hazard – but I won’t bore you with the details by now. We know he is likely to run riot against Crystal Palace and will want to really stamp his authority as the best player in the Premier League this season.

Arsenal and Olivier Giroud have gone a little dry in the last two games with just one goal. However, before that he had been in fine form and this game against Hull will represent a great chance for him to recapture that scoring form and I am backing him this week. Also, it is worth noting that in GW37 Arsenal have a double gameweek so it is time to start stocking the team with Arsenal players in preparation. Added to this that Arsenal have everything to play for going in to the last 4 games the added motivation will give FPL managers some peace of mind that Arsenal will at least be ‘trying’ to score.


Liverpool or Manchester United Players?

This is a difficult decision with both teams at home but for me it has to be Liverpool as they are facing a team who have been dire away from home. Manchester United on the other hand could be facing a resolute WBA or the one that shipped 3 goals at home to Leicester. I will be taking my chances against QPR with a Liverpool defender such as Martin Skrtel (£6m) and the spritely Raheem Sterling in midfield (faux attack) looking to expose the weary QPR defensive legs.


Fantasy Football Tips – The Week Ahead…

It will be interesting to see how this week unfolds and unlike last week it could pay to make your changes later this week as opposed to last week when the early adopters saved a lot of transfer cash.

We will be back later this week with our Gameweek 35 Captain Picks and our more in depth Gameweek 35 Tips articles. Watch out for the podcast later this week too.

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