FPL Gameweek 30 Tips: Last Minute

FPL Gameweek 30 Tips

With the double gameweek deadline looming, it’s time to consider the top FPL Gameweek 30 tips.

The community have provided some fantastic FPL Gameweek 30 tips, with videos, articles and tweets for the resumption of the Premier League.


FPL Salah has all the bookies odds for the FPL Gameweek 30 tips when it comes to goalscorers. He’s also provided the odds for those players who have two games. Manchester City dominate, but it’s tough to know which of their assets will actually feature in both matches.


Fantasy managers will also look to attack the Double Gameweek defences, and in this latest statistics update from Andrew Gower, it can be seen that Arsenal have been a surprise package this calendar year. Can Mikel Arteta keep this solidarity going for the restart?


FPL General diagnosed all the big unlimited transfer news and strategy in the latest episode of his 59th Minute podcast. The watchlist sees an update, with a big focus on those players who have two fixtures in this upcoming gameweek.


Who Got The Assist? have crunched the numbers for their talisman theory during the off-season and there’s some interesting results. With some teams having lots to play for in the run-in, it’s not a bad idea to focus on bringing some of these names in.


FPL Editor returns with the top player picks for the FPL Gameweek 30 tips, using the powerful Fantasy Football Fix algorithm. Four double gameweek assets make the list, and there’s some intriguing decisions around Manchester City assets.


While the focus might be on the teams that play twice, there are some important players with just one game this week that shouldn’t be overlooked. FPL Canuck previews the options in this latest Twitter thread.


Over on the FPL Connect blog, the focus is on Arsenal players. They do have two fixtures, but one of them is against Manchester City, so their returns in that game could be limited. Who should you be putting faith in from the Gunners?


On the brand new Premier Report Instagram account, Gianni Buttice previews Manchester City assets for the run in and considers their midfield. There’s plenty of choice, but a lot of uncertainty beyond the consistent Kevin De Bruyne.


There’s a buzz around John McGinn in the fantasy community, as the Villa man returns from injury, with the double in mind. Ben Dinnery urges caution though and believes it’s unlikely that the midfielder will start both games, if any.


At Sheffield United, there’s high hopes for a clean sheet or two in the double, but we could potentially target attacking returns too from their fixtures. Lateriser looks at their opponents: goals from set pieces looks like a big possibility.


One Sheffield United asset who has captured fantasy hearts this season is John Lundstram. He suffered form rotation at the turn of the year, but the potential flip side is clear to see. Adam Hopcroft is one manager prepared to take the risk.


In another very popular Twitter poll, Fantasy Football Pundits are focusing on the captain debate. It’s finely balanced between the key Manchester City players, with a small majority looking to break that mould by giving their armband out elsewhere.


In a fantastic Twitter thread, Baker looks at all the big statistics for his latest preview. Among the talking points, it’s the potential of a perhaps unlucky Raheem Sterling and the top Sheffield United defenders to select. It’s a must-read.


Hindu Monkey started his differential tips with a bang this season, tipping Ashley Barnes who scored four goals in the opening three games. He’s now changed trains to Leicester’s Harvey Barnes, with high hopes for his output in the remainder of the season.

Get even more Fantasy Premier League Tips by visiting the Fantasy Football Community Homepage and check out our other FPL Gameweek 30 content:

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