So after an international break the Premier League is again back this week and the Fantasy Premier League managers can again look forward to high voltage action. With just eight gameweeks to go after this, the Fantasy Premier League managers should now pull up their socks and make each move with much thought put behind it. A double gameweek 33 means that the managers should make their transfers with keeping focus on Everton, Arsenal and United players in general. This week the high profile teams also have relatively easy matches, making it easy for managers to score some easy points. Some of the important features of gameweek 31 are as follows.
Take a punt with Fabianski- It now seems that Wenger has finally decided to stick with Fabianski under the posts. By dropping Szczesny twice now, he has made quite a point of who is his number one keeper is. Although his views may change quite fast and again Szczesny may be brought back into the team, but as of now Fabianski’s place looks safe. With gameweek 33 providing double matches for him, a goalkeeper worth 4.3m, is too good a deal to refuse. So we suggest that those of who are looking for a keeper in their side, Fabianski misgt just be your man.
Rafael and Zabaleta might be your man in defence- With their attacking instincts, United’s Rafael and City’s zabaleta may be your man in the defence, with some promise to bring in some extra points with their assists and goal scoring tendency. Those who are looking for a more budget option may look forward to Chris Samba of QPR as the team under Redknapp is improving on a daily basis and it was an unfortunate event that Samba missed out on defensive returns in their last game with Villa. Liverpool’s form has been highly topsy turvy this season and this thing has cast some doubts in our minds to keep either of Glen Johnson or Jose Enrique in the team, but with a good fixture in the coming gameweeks they may easly pour in with some points.
Walcott injured, Hazard in fine form- It has been confirmed that Theo Walcott is now suffering from a groin injury and would have to seat outside for sometime. This has really put the Fantasy Premier League managers in trouble who have invested heavily on the Arsenal midfielder. Now it must be monitored closely how the injury shapes up and when he can return to action. On the other hand, Eden Hazrad has made quite an impression with his form off late and has now replaced Juan Mata of our list of midfielders. So beat the iron while it is still hot and include Hazard in your team at the moment.