It’s a bumper round of fixtures with 14 games! The community have the all important Double Gameweek 35 tips.
How should you set up your Bench Boost team to maximise returns?
Troy Deeney ruined plenty of Double Gameweek plans with his red card last week. FPL Unicorn has a thread of possible replacement forwards to consider for those with the Watford captain.
For those who had a piece of luck and Deeney at the squad before #DGW35
👀Deeney replacements for DGW35 that has two games👀
— FPL_Unicorn 🦄 (@FplUnicorn) April 16, 2019
Always Cheating have plenty of Gameweek 35 tips in their latest podcast. Hot topics are discussed, including what to do with stuttering Brighton assets and single Gameweek options.
Pod #169: While #GW34 messes with our collective head 🤯 we must turn our attention to mounting #GW35 dilemmas, like Deeney replacements, Liverpool priorities, and standout captains for the doubles. Plus vote 🗳️ for us in the @TheFBAs! #FPL #hailcheaters https://t.co/QR6FzLial9
— Always Cheating is here to Make Fantasy Fun Again (@hailcheaters) April 16, 2019
With just 4 weeks remaining, time is running out to gain on your rivals. A differential or two could be considered from Fantasy Football 92, which may be particularly useful for any Bench Boost plans.
🚨 NEW ARTICLE 🚨
🎲 Differential XI! 🎲
Our Differential Potential XI was on fire again last week, scoring a massive 133 points! 🔥
Can we get close to it this week? Here's our lineup! https://t.co/GI9B9Do22H
— Fantasy Football 92 (@FFootball92) April 16, 2019
A pair of home games looks enticing for Wolves, with their star striker Jimenez having a particularly good record against top six opposition. Could he be a potential captain candidate for the Double Gameweek?
Jimenez – big 6 home matches, evening k/o
Spurs – goal + assist
Chelsea – goal
Liverpool – nothing
Liverpool (fa cup) – goal
Man Utd (fa cup) – goal
Man Utd – 2 assists
Total 6 matches, 4 goals, 3 assists
Up next Arsenal – 7.45 k/o
— Adam Hopcroft (@ahopcroft13) April 17, 2019
The FPL Connect blog has an in-depth look at all the key captain contenders this weekend. There’s also some differentials to consider: the landscape looks wide open right now.
📝 NEW CAPTAIN ARTICLE 📝
No Metric this GW with it being a double, but I have assessed the options this week in the same format, just without the metric and provided 2x differential captains to think about ✅
— #FPL Connect (@FPL_Connect) April 17, 2019
FPL Guy has the run down of defence potential for the weekend, with bookies clean sheet odds for the Gameweek 35 tips. Wolves, City, Arsenal and Waford are all up there; measuring across the pair of fixtures.
#DGW35 bookies cs odds %
LIV – 55%
CHE – 53%
WOL – 47% +25%
MCI – 42% + 36%
ARS – 38% + 28%
WAT – 37% +31%
NEW – 35%
BOU – 34%
MUN – 31% +14%
SOT – 29% + 22%
LEI – 28%
EVE – 24%
BRI – 23% + 13%
WHU – 22%
HUD – 19%
FUL – 15%
CPL – 14%
CAR – 10%
TOT – 11% + 50%
BUR – 11%#FPL
— Abdul Rehman (@FPL_Salah) April 17, 2019
FPL Tips has the team preview. With 8 teams having a double, it’s possible to field 30 players for the Double Gameweek 35 tips. But who should you give the all important captaincy to?
🎥 NEW #FPL VIDEO 🎥
The Bench Boost chip is activate for #DGW35 and 1 transfer is planned, with Murray set to make way.
— FPLtips (@_FPLtips) April 17, 2019
After progressing in the Champions League, Spurs are set to have a very busy end to the season. Let’s Talk FPL, Andy checks out the all important fixtures for the run in. Could key Spurs injuries limit rotation?
Spurs fixture run now looks like this:
GW35 – Man City (a) / Brighton (h)
GW36 – West Ham (h)
CL – Ajax (h)
GW37 – Bournemouth (a)
CL – Ajax (a)
GW38 – Everton (h)
Have to expect further rotation. Son can't play v Ajax in first leg though which looks good for City / Brighton.
— Andy (@LetsTalk_FPL) April 18, 2019
After a smooth round of Champions League fixtures, the Europa League presented some significant injuries on Thursday evening. Injury expert, Ben Dinnery, has all of the key information.
A couple of updates from last night ICYMI.
Ramsey suffers a hamstring problem. “His injury can give us some matches without him. I don’t know if we’ll see him again before the end of the season.”
— Ben Dinnery (@BenDinnery) April 19, 2019
As the season draws to a close, FPL Review have built a luck tool to assess your relative success and fortunes throughout the season. There’s still time to move up the rankings.
Think you're unlucky? The Season Review tool now indicates your FPL rank based on xG & Odds data!
— FPL Review (@fplreview) April 17, 2019
FPL Hints has all the safe and differential picks for Starting 11 contests this Gameweek. If you’ve still got chips to play, the strategy could assist you here.
— Chief @FPLHINTS (Ash) 🇨🇽 (@FPLHints) April 16, 2019