Gameweek 20, being the last Gameweek of 2012 is very important for the Fantasy Premier League managers. All the managers would want to score maximum points possible and finish the year on a very high note. This Gameweek has a lot of crucial matches with ample opportunity for the managers to score lot of points. Spurs faces Sunderland with Bale in classic form, United plays against West Brom at home and City battles it out against Norwich, providing the managers with plenty of choice in their forward line. The important features of this gameweek are as follows
Keep an eye on the transfer rumours - With the January transfer window just around the corner, the Fantasy Premier League managers must look out for the transfer rumors to avoid transferring in a player who is bound for any other club. With some of the big names being associated to move out and some other important destined to arrive in England the managers must avoid making a hasty decision regarding the transfer.
Whatever you do include Bale in your team
With 3 goals and 21 points in the previous match Bale has been transferred in 82,639 times since the last gameweek. He looks to be in brilliant touch and a Fantasy Premier League asset at the moment. Bale’s price of £9.8m is bound to increase in the coming gameweeks and with Sunderland, Reading and QPR in the next three gameweeks. Bale is bound to return fabulous points for his owners. So, you may choose to take a hit or go for a budget striker, but do not miss out Bale from your team and repent later.
Avoid Manchester City at the moment- It was evident from their match against Sunderland that they have totally lost their flow. Thus, although a player as creative as Silva is in theta mid-field, we would still suggest not to go for any City player at the instant. Tevez and Aguero are unable to move in a scoring position and penetrate the opposition defence with absolute authority. Their prices seem too high for any constructive returns in the coming gameweeks. Yaya Toure is playing quite well in the mid-section but still not being able to fetch any serious points for his owners. Therefore, until and unless Mancini sorts out his problems, it is quite pointless to opt for any Manchester City players.
Van Persie is a must buy With almost 40% ownership Van Persie is the most sought after forward in the Fantasy Premier League. He is justifying his huge ownership by returning an astonishing amount of points. The coming up games are against West Brom and Wigan where it is expected for him to do well. So, if you have still not opted for him in your team do include him at the immediate. So it is suggested from us, to go with the trend and give the captains hat to none other than Van Persie.
SoccerSouls Team of the week:
begovic, Vertonghen , Reid, Huth, Bale, Mata, Cazorla, Michu, Van Persie, Berbatov, Suarez