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Fantasy Football: Tips, transfers and views for Gameweek 35

20 Apr | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Fantasy Football: Tips, transfers and views for Gameweek 35

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Manager: Tom Clee

Team: The Cleegulls

Big decisions:

My free hit didn’t quite turn out to be the power play that I’d hoped, and now I’m left a bit short-handed for the reduced gameweek.

I’ve resisted the temptation to bring in any Liverpool players since, with a Champions League semi-final on Tuesday, the danger of them either being rested or playing with the handbrake on is too great to justify a four-point hit.

Instead, I’m focusing on Manchester City, who ought to enjoy their belated celebrations against Swansea.

Sergio Aguero’s knee surgery means Gabriel Jesus is the man most likely to get their goals.

I did toy with bringing in Raheem Sterling as well, but that would have meant an extra transfer to get rid Danilo.

Instead, I’ve welcomed Wilfried Zaha into the fold.

Palace look certain to score at Watford – they’ve netted in all but one of their league matches in 2018 – and, with him and Luka Milivojevic both in my side, I’ve got most bases covered.

Manager: Adam Drury

Team name: Another New Dawn

Big decisions:

In scrabbling around and sacrificing another eight points, I’ve managed to get a decent-looking eight-man team out this weekend.

Gabriel Jesus will likely be a popular pick considering Sergio Aguero’s injury, but perhaps handing him the captain’s armband will give me an edge.

Raheem Sterling joins him for Manchester City’s home game with Swansea, while Mohamed Salah is back after a one-week absence.

If I emerge from the weekend intact, I’m fairly happy with the look of my team for the run-in.

Manager: Will Rook

Team: Sheffield Old Boys

Big decisions:

After throwing most of my eggs into the double gameweek basket last time around, there’s a whiff of damage limitation in my team selection this week.

I’m paying the price for cutting costs on the bench, with Chancel Mbemba sneaking into the team despite having little of playing.

Harry Kane’s week off means Mohamed Salah gets the armband.

The Liverpool man represents my only realistic chance of hitting a decent points total, so I’ll take issue with Jurgen Klopp if he’s rested.

Elsewhere, I’ve used my one transfer to get rid of Callum Wilson and bring in Jordan Ayew.

The Swansea forward is great value at £5.3m and, more importantly, will actually play this weekend.

Manager: Tom Bowles

Team: Pascal Vegan

My team was laden with Manchester United and Tottenham players, so I’ve taken a four-point hit in order to make this week’s score respectable.

Gabriel Jesus and Raheem Sterling are in, with the former wearing the captain’s armband.

Despite having the title wrapped up, Manchester City’s quest to break long-standing records should ensure there is no drop in their performances.

Marko Arnautovic and James Tarkowski look like the only other players in my team capable of delivering any points, which is chastening.

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