Premier League Opinion: Fantasy Premier League Captain Picks – GW35
This gameweek of Premier League football boasts a double gameweek for a few of the clubs who missed out on games over the course of the season.
While there a couple of very interesting ties, this week has the potential to effectively decide the title as Pep Guardiola’s men will face their biggest test of the season yet in the coming weeks.
Still in pole position if they’re able to win all their games, Manchester City have two difficult games lined up for the week.
Arsenal are a club who’s fixtures look good on paper but securing 4th place certainly won’t be a facile job. This week, they are set to host Crystal Palace before travelling to the Molineux to face Wolves later in the week. Chelsea have just one fixture on the week and that’s on Monday night when they will be visited by Sean Dyche’s Burnley side.
United’s other fixture is against Everton on the weekend while Tottenham have to face Brighton in midweek. Liverpool’s fixture list will certainly fill the Reds fans with confidence as in the midst of all these potential season-changing matches, they travel to lowly Cardiff City who are on the verge of relegation.
Watford and Southampton both have two games on the week as well making them potential points scorers for the week as well. Considering that City have their most challenging week ahead of them, depending on City players as most people usually do could teen out to be a grave mistake.
Here are the 3 potential Captain picks for the Fantasy Premier League’s gameweek 35 set of fixtures:
The Gabonese forward has been the Gunners’ best player and there hasn’t been any sign of him slowing down as we head into the last few weeks of the competition.
Consider that Arsenal have two games to play this week as well, betting on Aubameyang to deliver the goods seems like a fairly decent bet.
Probably one the least picked captains of the week, Andre Gray has an amazing opportunity in the coming week and if he does make full use of it, captaining
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Liverpool are set to face off against Cardiff City this weekend and although the Bluebirds are mathematically still in with a chance of maintaining Premier League status. The likelihood of that happening quite low as the challenge set by the Liverpool front-line including Mo Salah could prove to be too much for the minnows to deal with.