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Blog - Fantasy Picks

ESPN FC  By Dale Johnson

Premier League fantasy - Making the best of the double gameweek

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson reveals his top three players to pick for your fantasy team this week.

Just five weeks left in the Premier League season and we've reached what could prove to be a pivotal gameweek as four teams play twice.

Off the back of the FA Cup semifinal weekend, when transfer tactics really came to the fore, now it's a case of making the most of these double fixtures while taking into account both form and future matches.

Remember, players will score points for both fixtures in this gameweek, and captains will score double points in each too.

Branislav Ivanovic has been the standout fantasy defender of the season.

CHELSEA
Arsenal (a), Leicester (a)

We...

 By John Culea

Fantasy preview: Week 34

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson reveals his top three players to pick for your fantasy team this week.

The season's heaviest schedule has four teams playing two games in the week: Hull, Liverpool, Leicester and Chelsea. There is one game to check announced lineups before the ESPN FC fantasy game locks: Southampton vs. Tottenham.

Saturday, April 25

Southampton (17-5-11) vs. Tottenham (17-6-10)

The Saints lost at Stoke and will miss Toby Alderweireld (6.7) who dislocated his shoulder.

Spurs broke a two-game scoring drought against woeful Newcastle with goals from Nacer Chadli (6.1), Christian Eriksen...

 By John Culea

Fantasy follow-up: Week 33

The ESPN FC team break down the week 33's Premier League team of the weekend, which highlights an attack of Eden Hazard, Sergio Aguero and Craig Gardner for his wonder-strike against Crystal Palace.

With an abbreviated Premier League schedule idling many top players, fantasy managers had to juggle their lineups amid FA Cup weekend. There were no multiple goals or assists but plenty of good performances.

Hot property

Eden Hazard, Chelsea (10.8) The Belgian scored the only goal in the 1-0 victory over Manchester United, his third strike to go with two assists in his last four games. He leads all fantasy players with 211 points and at £10.8m million has the highest value of any player.

Sergio...

ESPN FC  By Dale Johnson

Premier League fantasy - dealing with the blank FA Cup weekend

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson highlights his top fantasy Premier League picks ahead of a FA Cup heavy weekend.

Just six gameweeks to go in the Premier League season and it's incredibly tight at the top of the fantasy leaderboard.

Only one point separates the top two teams, with a mere 25 points between first and seventh.

It means every transfer and selection decision is crucial, and now we have reached the point of the season when using transfers wisely can make a season.

It's FA Cup semifinal weekend, so six teams will be without a match in this gameweek. Arsenal, Aston Villa and Liverpool will all be in...

 By John Culea

Fantasy preview - Week 33

Crystal Palace's Glenn Murray is one of the Premier League season's best bargains and is a good pick to continue his hot run.

Seven matches over two days make up an abbreviated fixture list because of FA Cup scheduling. Announced lineups can be found for the first four matches listed below before the ESPN FC fantasy game locks.

Saturday, April 18

Crystal Palace vs. West Bromwich Albion

The Eagles are surging under manager Alan Pardew and have had good production from Glenn Murray (5.8),  who has three goals and three assists in the last three matches. Yannick Bolasie (5.8) had a hat trick last time out, but he rarely...

 By John Culea

Fantasy follow-up: Week 32

A big weekend in the Premier League saw Louis van Gaal and Manchester United take another step closer toward a top-four finish, a masked Cesc Fabregas lift Chelsea at Loftus Road, Tim Sherwood victorious against his former team and much more.

Arsenal's late-season push highlighted a week that included a bunch of unlikely goal-scorers.

Outstanding performances

Sergio Aguero, Manchester City (9.9)

The Argentine broke a five-game goal drought by scoring City's first and last goals. In between, he saw his team manhandled by Manchester United. Aguero is the co-leader in fantasy points among forwards, with 160.

Ashley Young, Manchester United (5.9)

The Englishman was brilliant against Manchester City, with a goal and two assists.

Yannick Bolasie,...