We have nearly reached the end of the Premier League season and the table has almost taken the shape, Fantasy Premier League managers will now be thinking of re-building their Fantasy Squads ahead of FPL Gameweek 35. The roster of players to choose from is huge, but with the 100 million budget, you will need to make your choices carefully. Amongst the roster, there are some individuals that have proved their capabilities in the previous seasons with stellar performances. Here is a list of players who are a good idea to have your marquee signings as your FPL players in your 2020-21 squads ahead of the FPL Double Gameweek 35.
We are here with the Watchlist series ahead of double Gameweek 35 to identify some of the players that caught the eye over the last few game weeks. Here are some of the players in our FPL Gameweek 35 Watchlist who are possible options to transfer into the Fantasy team over the coming game weeks keeping an eye on the end of the season in mind.
Luke Shaw (Defender) 5.4m
With a goal and three clean sheets over his last six matches shaw has averaged six FPL points per game during that period between gameweeks 27 and 33 no defender has provided as many as his 16 attempted assists, a tally only matched by alexander Arnold. His 18 touches in the opposition’s box also rank top and most players in his position. Man United has considered just three goals over the last six gameweeks no team has conceded fewer. Only Chelsea and Man City have allowed opponents fewer big chances in the red devils’ six. Villa has scored nine goals over the same period only West Brom Spurs and West Ham have scored more. A total of 76 shots is better only by Liverpool, Brighton, and Arsenal. Their second opponents Leicester are ranked 11th for shots in the box and eight for big chances.
Mohammed Salah (Midfielder) 12.7m
Salah has returned to form with three goals in his last four matches where he averaged 6.3 points per game. During that spell, no midfielder has fired as many shots while only Jota, Lingard, Pereira, and Greenwood have landed more than his six shots on target. The Egyptian king ranks top with tallies of six big chances and 35 touches in the opposition’s box. Liverpool has scored seven goals over the last six gameweeks despite playing just four matches. No team has landed more shots on target than the reds over that period while only Chelsea has created more big chances than sixteen. Southampton has considered eight goals over the last six gameweeks keeping no clean sheets. The saints are ranked 11th for shots on target conceded and 12 for big chances conceded over that period.
Bruno Fernandes (Midfielder) 11.5m
Bruno Fernandes has picked up just two goal involvements in his last six matches to average 4.2 points per game but only Greenwood and Salah have fired more than his 19 shots amongst midfielders in that time while only McNeil can better his 13 attempted assists. Only Havertz, Lingard, Salah, and Mane have had more than his four big chances. Man United has scored eight goals over the last six gameweeks despite playing only four matches. They’ve created 13 big chances over that period only West Ham Liverpool and Chelsea have created more. Villa has considered 10 goals over the same period keeping no clean sheets only Newcastle and West Ham have conceded more. Only Shef United, Newcastle, and West Brom have allowed opponents more shots on target than the Villains. Leicester has conceded seven goals over the last six gameweeks keeping just one clean sheet. Only Man United and Man City allowed opponents fewer shots on target than the fox’s 14 over that period.
Note: With United having a triple gameweek in gameweek 35, you may consider triple captaining nailed on starters like Bruno Fernandes or Luke Shaw.
Calvert-Lewin (Forward) 7.5m
Having notched eight goals and three assists in 14 away matches this season Calvert-Lewin has averaged 5.6 points per game on the road. The 24 years old has landed 21 shots on target away from home. Only Kane has managed more amongst forwards. Meanwhile, no player across all positions has recorded as many as his 15 big chances Everton have scored five goals over the last six gameweeks and is ranked 12th for shots and eight for big chances. Their opponents’ defensive numbers present plenty of reason for optimism. No team has conceded more goals than West Ham’s 12 over the last six gameweeks while only Palace has conceded more big chances. Villa has considered 10 goals over the aforementioned period only Newcastle and West Ham have conceded more. Only West Ham, West Brom, Leeds, and Newcastle have allowed opponents more shots than Villa.
Iheanacho (Forward) 6.3m
Iheanacho has extended his hot streak with four goals and two assists over the last four gameweeks averaging nine points per game. No player in any position has taken as many shots in total or on target while only Jota can equal his 12 shots in the box. His 2.83 expected goals figure can only be bettered by wood with 2.87. Newcastle have conceded 11 goals over the last six gameweeks only West Ham have been more porous. No team has allowed opponents more shots than the magpies over that period. Man United have conceded just three goals over the last six gameweeks keeping one clean sheet. The Red Devils have considered just 12 shots on target over that period only Man City considered fewer.
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Which players among these are you thinking of featuring in your Starting lineup for the FPL 2020-21 season? Did you choose any from our FPL Gameweek 35 WatchList? Let us know in the comments section below who is on your FPL Gameweek 35 Watchlist!