Premier League football returns this weekend, meaning Fantasy Premier League is back with it. As the international break draws to a close FPL bosses will be turning their attention to the upcoming Gameweek 29.
As always, players will be looking to make the most out of their free transfers to secure a maximum points haul. The Sportsman once again is here to provide you with three tips to get your team in the best shape.
Prioritise players with a double gameweek
Gameweek 29 brings a double gameweek for 12 teams in the Premier League and with two matches comes the higher chance of a bigger points return. For those players who are still yet to use their Free Hit token or Wildcard, this week could turn out to be a masterstroke for them to use one or the other.
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The likes of Manchester United, Chelsea, Newcastle United, Brighton & Hove Albion and Liverpool all have two fixtures over the course of Gameweek 29 and each have some valuable assets who could help managers get a high-scoring total.
Arsenal winger Bukayo Saka has been in fine form this season. In his last outing in the league he scored twice and registered one assist against Everton, before netting in England’s 2-0 victory over Ukraine at the weekend. He is getting widespread praise for the level of football he is playing at his age and he is one of the most dangerous attacking talents in the Premier League. At £8.6m, he is one of the most valuable Gunners players to have in your squad. He may not have a double gameweek but with the form that he is in you can rely on him to deliver the goods for your team.
Kane is Spurs’ shining light
Harry Kane is on cloud nine after the past few months. First he became Tottenham Hotspur’s all-time record goalscorer and now he holds that mantle for England too. The Spurs forward is unquestionably one of the greatest strikers that this country has ever produced and you can count on him scoring more goals in the final 10 games of the season and add to his current tally of 21 in the league. While the club is dealing with the recent departure of Antonio Conte, it now falls to Kane to help keep his team inside the top four. Spurs face relegation-threatened Everton at Goodison Park on Monday and Kane is available for £11.8m.