FPL Gameweek 36: How to prepare for next week's double GW
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Manager: Jack Green
Team: Lac of Klaassen
Just the one change for me this week as Harry Kane returns to the side in place of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
This move is as much about next week as this one, as Tottenham’s upcoming double gameweek against Newcastle and West Brom is the triple captain opportunity we’ve all been waiting for.
My team looks pretty good, but I’m a bit concerned about Roberto Firmino and how much he will actually play over the final few games of the season.
If the Brazilian fires a blank this week he’ll be out of my team for good.
Manager: Tom Clee
Team name: The Cleegulls
Nice and simple from me this week.
Harry Kane comes back in for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who I don’t expect to score a hatful away to Manchester United.
Kane, on the other hand, having had a week to stew on a frustrating FA Cup semi-final and the Twitter mirth that accompanied it, just might at home to Watford.
Not having Mo Salah makes me nervous, but I’m just not sure it’s worth the points to bring him in.
An early kick-off after a midweek match is always a tough ask, while Liverpool are also one of the teams that only play once next week.
Selection-wise, I’m packing my midfield, since I think they’ve all got a better chance of scoring than Glenn Murray has away to Burnley.
Manager: Adam Drury
Team name: Another New Dawn
Having scraped through last week without too much damage, I’m happy to go unchanged and stock up my transfers for the double gameweek 37.
My biggest concern is whether Jurgen Klopp will make changes to his defence, particularly at left-back. Adrian Mariappa will come in away at Spurs if he does.
Watford have conceded at least three goals in every away game at a top six team this season, so Christian Eriksen and Harry Kane are key players.
Kane takes the armband, with a view to being triple captain next week.
Manager: Will Rook
Team: Sheffield Old Boys
With a double gameweek on the horizon, I’ve chosen to bring in DeAndre Yedlin for Angel Rangel, who was wasting a spot on the bench.
I’ve also swapped out Nicolas Otamendi and Leroy Sane for Manchester City team-mates Aymeric Laporte and Raheem Sterling, who are playing more often.
Yes, it’s an eight-point hit and yes, I’m limiting myself to one transfer next week, but I’m happy with the surgery I’ve carried out.
Harry Kane’s back, he takes the armband as well.
Onwards and upwards.
Manager: Tom Bowles
Team: Pascal Vegan
I’m not making any changes, as I want two transfers for next week’s double gameweek. My team looks pretty good, too.
Harry Kane gets the armband, despite being below his best in last weekend’s FA Cup-semi-final. I can’t imagine him not scoring against Watford, hopefully thanks to an assist from the sublime Christen Eriksen.
My colleague Tom Clee has tipped over 4.5 goals when West Ham play Man City. If the final figure is anywhere near that, then Raheem Sterling, Gabriel Jesus or Marko Arnautovic will surely be in the goals.
Finally, Jesse Lingard and David De Gea should earn points against Arsenal, who will be prioritising their Europa League second leg. Here’s to another Milly Rock.