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Fantasy Premier League GW28: Time to Bring in the Big Guns

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player won team: Big Daddy’s House. Overall Points: 1655. Overall Rank: 27.427

Last week: Leicester did indeed not turn it around, so the idea to bring in Chilwell (Leicester) before last game week was a bust, only worsened by the fact that he received an injury before the game and didn't even play. Oh well, It was all the same since Leicester ended up losing 1-4 home against Crystal Palace. Luckily, we were right with the pick of our attacker since Rondón (Newcastle) scored a goal and made an assist generating 12 much-needed points. All in all, it was a pretty average week, which we suspect is a feeling a lot of people is left with - at least the the ones without Deulofeu (Watford). With the next game week just around the corner, we plan on bringing in some high profile players. Here's our pick of this weeks ones-to-watch:

Keeper: De Gea (Man Utd) 5.7m

Man Utd and De Gea have produced 7 clean sheets this season, 5 of them were under Solskjær, and their defense have in general been looking really good lately. With match-ups against Crystal Palace and Southampton over the next two games, chances of more clean sheets should be good. GW 30 is away against Arsenal and the game week after that, Man Utd isn't in the fixtures, so make sure your other keeper is ready for those matches.

Defender: Robertson (Liverpool) 6.8m

Robertson is just a machine in left back, which you can also see from his price and stats. 7 assists so far and 15 clean sheets is really impressive. He's the defender with the highest amount of points, and around 2.3 million already have him on their team, so apparently, we're not alone on this one. On top of that Liverpool is one of the teams playing in GW 31.

Midfielder: Sterling (Man City) 11.3m

It's always hard with Man City players because Guardiola is known to rotate a lot, but one of the players who seems to always be playing is Sterling. He's in good form, and morale should be high after scoring the winning penalty in the Carabao finale against Chelsea Sunday. Man City's schedule is okay the next matches, meeting teams from the mid-table, but at the moment it seems like the opponent doesn't matter for City.

Attacker: Jiménez (Wolves) 6.8m

Jiménez is just impressing everyone this season. 10 goals so far, and almost equally impressive is 7 assists. He'd be a welcome addition to any squad, especially since the price is still relatively low. Wolves are playing Huddersfield and Cardiff in their next two games.

Player to Avoid: Son (Spurs) 9.0

Son's form has really been amazing lately, and he is one of the reasons you could argue that Spurs is still in the running. Even though their injury situation is starting to clear up, their schedule is picking up over the next game weeks. Chelsea, Arsenal, Southampton, Liverpool and a week without fixtures are what the next 5 game weeks are looking like. Yikes. If Son's and Spurs form start to decline, who can blame them?

Our Team and Transfers:

Son (Spurs) is out because of the tough schedule Spurs have ahead of them, and we really want to bring in two players this time. Sterling (Man Cty) is one, and Pogba (Man Utd) is the other, so we have to lose another player, and Richarlison (Everton) draws the short straw. He's not as good as he was in the start of the season, and though we actually could have used him since Everton is playing Cardiff, and even though we'd much rather get rid of Cairney (Fulham), we need the extra funds to bring in Pogba.

Pogba seems unavoidable at the moment, which 2.8 million already have acknowledged, it just took us a bit longer. Sterling takes the armband, with Pogba as vice-captain, making the team look like this:

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