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Top picks for GAFFR Gameweek 23

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The Championship campaign continues which means the fantasy game does too! Because of this we provide the top picks in each position for GAFFR Gameweek 23 with the help of our expert GAFFR manager @TomP_FF.

Looking through the top picks for GAFFR Gameweek 23 can be extremely useful for other managers within the Championship Fantasy community. Knowing who the best players to pick are will also help managers make decisions around transfers, captaincy and even chips.

Top Picks – Defenders – Kyle Walker-Peters (£7.1m)

Southampton may have dropped several points recently due to draws but defensively they have been quite efficient – securing three full clean sheets in five of their last league games. The Saints have a great fixture against QPR next which could be a great opportunity to secure a clean sheet. Kyle Walker-Peters could be the best route into the backline because he also carries attacking potential.

Ricardo Pereira (£6.6m)

Leicester now sit first place and three points ahead of Ipswich. The Foxes have been excellent recently winning all four of their last matches on the bounce. They play at home this week against Rotherham who dwell rock bottom in the league. This week is a great chance to bag a clean sheet and Ricardo Pereira is their standout option at the back. Pereira proved his goal threat after netting in one of his most recent games.

Differential Defender Pick – Bali Mumba (£5.7m)

If the Championship was based on home form then Plymouth would sit fifth in the table just behind the likes of Ipswich, Leicester, Leeds and Southampton. This shows how good they are at home and they play there again against Birmingham this week. The game ahead could mean potential for Bali Mumba. Mumba is playing out of position and can advance into some of the most offensive areas on the pitch.

Midfielders – Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall (£8.1m)

The best team in the league faces the worst in the round ahead. The Foxes are in relentless scoring form – netting at least three in the their last three league matches. Rotherham, the opposition, have conceded at least two goals in four of their last five so the highest scoring midfielder in the game Dewsbury-Hall could have huge potential. Some may even consider captaining Dewsbury-Hall this week.

Gabriel Sara (£7.8m)

Norwich will have a new found confidence after stopping Ipswich at home in the last game. They also have a meeting with one of the worst defences in the league next up, Huddersfield. The standout option to target the poor Huddersfield defence is of course Gabriel Sara. Sara is crucial to the Norwich frontline and so far has produced an impressive 13 goal contributions in 22 matches.

Differential Midfielder Pick – Finn Azaz (£5.8m)

Plymouth’ home record is one of the best in the division. In fact, at home they sit as the second highest scorers in the league. Birmingham lay ahead who have been shipping plenty of goals recently, between two and four in three of their last five in fact. Because of that Finn Azaz could have huge potential. The midfielder finished his last match with two goals and an assist. What is even more interesting is that all 10 of his attacking returns this season have come at home, where he plays this week.

Forwards – Morgan Whittaker (£6.3m)

The Plymouth home record is something we should be very interested in as GAFFR managers this week. Their assets will be some of the most wanted in the game this week and that includes Morgan Whittaker. The forward predominantly plays on the right wing but from there he has amassed a massive nine goals and four assists this season.

Adam Armstrong (£10.2m)

Southampton continue their efforts to reach the automatic places. To do that the Saints are probably going to have to win every game. They go into a meeting against a QPR team who lost to Sheffield Wednesday in their most recent game. Not many players have a better recent form than Armstrong. In fact, Armstrong has picked up at least one attacking return in seven of his last eight matches.

Differential Forward Pick – Patson Daka (£9.3m)

No team have conceded more goals away from home this season than Rotherham. With that in mind the Leicester attackers could have a big day in terms of returns. One other player who could benefit from that is Daka who has started all three of his sides last matches and bagged two goals and one assist in the process.

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