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FPL Challenge Gameweek 35 Tips

In this article we take a look at FPL Challenge Gameweek 35 Tips. That comes in the form of some top picks and the best captain but we also bring in one of our experts to reveal his team and talk through his different strategies to navigate the round ahead.

Our FPL Challenge Gameweek 35 tips can be extremely helpful. What we provide in this article can give you the knowledge to help tackle the fixtures ahead, but more importantly give you an edge and get you a step closer to winning a prize.

What is the Challenge this week?

This weeks Challenge is called London Derbies. Players from Chelsea, Arsenal, Spurs, Fulham and Crystal Palace get double points.


As we can see, both Chelsea and Tottenham play twice this week. This is significant because both sides also benefit from the Challenge.

Fixtures including West Ham v Liverpool, Manchester United v Burnley, Newcastle v Sheffield United, and Nottingham Forest v Manchester City may also be worth targeting.

Top Picks

Both Chelsea and Tottenham should be a priority for managers this week. Not only do both teams play twice as mentioned above but their assets also earn double doubles. This effectively means that their players have a x4 multiplier this week, providing they play in both games.

Chelsea arguably have the easiest fixtures and although defensive assets like goalkeeper Dorde Petrovic (£4.6m) and defender Malo Gusto (£4.3m) could be great picks, it’s their attacking players who could have the most potential this week.

Cole Palmer (£6.2m) is a shoo-in for many. The penalty taker is in better form than most other assets in the league currently. Another player we should consider is Nicolas Jackson (£6.8m) who leads the Chelsea attack. Midfielder Noni Madueke (£5.3m) continues to start for Chelsea so he could be a nice differential.

Tottenham may face Arsenal and Chelsea but data and form can go out of window when it comes to London Derbies. The backline may not be the most appealing but some may fancy their chances with a x4 multiplier. The likes of Guglielmo Vicario (£5.3m) between the sticks and defenders like Pedro Porro (£5.3m) and the less attacking Micky De Ven (£4.4m) could be good inclusions.

Son Heung-Min (£9.8m) will of course be the favourite. However, the out of form James Maddison (£7.8m) tends to do well in Double Gameweeks. Others may prefer data backed picks like fellow midfielder Brennan Johnson (£5.8m).

There are plenty of other picks with potential whom do not play for Chelsea or Tottenham. In form players Eberechi Eze (£6.1m), Jean-Phillipe Mateta (£5.1m) and Rodrigo Muniz (£4.6m) play in the Fulham v Crystal Palace Derby. All three assets benefit from a x2 multiplier this week.


It could be difficult to look past Cole Palmer for captaincy this week. Not only does he benefit massively from the Challenge and Double Gameweek but he has also racked up a mammoth 79 points in his last five matches.

For those looking to go different then Tottenham penalty taker Son Heung-Min could be the next best option.

@FPLReaction Challenge Team Reveal

Hey Guys! In this section you are about to see two different team reveals. For managers that want to play the game in a set and forget/straight forward way then my below draft could help with that.

As you can see I have gone pretty heavy on Chelsea and Tottenham assets. Most will own the likes of Cole Palmer, Son Heung-Min and Pedro Porro but I do like the addition of Noni Madueke who seems to be starting every game for Chelsea.

You can also see that I have included Jean-Phillipe Mateta after his Gameweek 34 heroics, along with Eberechi Eze who I think will be another popular pick. As we get closer I may add another differential or two because competition is tough, even for those using the loop holes.

Loop Holes Draft

For managers looking to take advantage of the loop holes in the game then I have also prepared another draft.

This draft is identical to the first however, I have benched the Crystal Palace and Fulham players for a reason. If they perform exceptionally well in their match then I will remove some less convincing Chelsea and Tottenham players from my starting XI, replace them with flagged players and let auto-sub take its course.

I’m not keen on playing around with captaincy this week. Even if Mateta or Eze do really well, Palmer still has two matches after that game. So, I could shoot myself in the foot in a sense. This is the same with all assets I suppose so the loop holes I feel are less viable to use this week.

Get ready for the Gameweek 37 bench boost as we look at the best team we could aim for with our transfers here.

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