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Fantasy Premier League Picks – Gameweek 31+

22 June 2020 | Premier League | Fantasy
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Fantasy Premier League Picks – Gameweek 31+

It’s a quick turnaround in Fantasy Premier League this week, with the Gameweek 31+ transfer window ending one hour before Leicester take on Brighton on Tuesday evening.

So, to help you make some decisions before the deadline, why not check out this week’s top FPL picks? Let’s get stuck into it!

Goalkeeper

Rui Patricio – Wolverhampton Wanderers

Wolves returned to action with a comfortable 2-0 victory over West Ham on Saturday. Despite the Hammers registering six shots on target, Rui Patricio managed to keep a clean sheet. The Portuguese will be confident of keeping another clean sheet this week as struggling Bournemouth come to town.

Defenders

Lewis Dunk – Brighton & Hove Albion

Brighton may not have been able to prevent Arsenal from scoring at the weekend, but Lewis Dunk scored the Seagulls’ equaliser before Neal Maupay netted the winner. The giant center-back is a real threat at both ends of the pitch, making him a standout FPL pick for a number of reasons.

Benjamin Mendy – Manchester City

Mendy has struggled with injury ever since he arrived at the Etihad Stadium, but the Frenchman looked sharp as Man City brushed aside Arsenal in their first game back. The left-back has a license to roam up and down the wing, meaning he is prone to picking up an assist, as well as a clean sheet.

Midfielders

Stuart Armstrong – Southampton

Southampton resumed with a resounding 3-0 win against Norwich, and Stuart Armstrong was arguably the star of the show. The Scottish midfielder notched up a goal and an assist at Carrow Road and looked like he’d never been away. In fact, Armstrong now has four goals in his last seven top-flight appearances.

Bruno Fernandes – Manchester United

There is no denying that Bruno Fernandes has transformed Manchester United since joining the club in January. The former Sporting star scored against Spurs on Friday, taking his overall tally to three goals and three assists in just six Premier League outings. With those sorts of numbers, you’d be foolish to leave him out of your team.

Forwards

Raul Jimenez – Wolverhampton Wanderers

Raul Jimenez set the record for the most goals scored by a Wolves player in a single Premier League season when he netted against West Ham at the weekend. The Mexican is enjoying a superb season (23 goals and ten assists in all competitions in 2019/20) and wasted no time in picking up where he left off before the campaign was put on hold.

Danny Ings – Southampton

Talking of players picking up where they left off, Danny Ings bagged his 16th league goals of the season against Norwich last time out. The Saints striker looked razor-sharp in his first game for over three months, and he’ll be confident of adding to his tally against a leaky Arsenal defence on Thursday.

Predictions for Premier League

Home team - Away team Forebet
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Manchester UnitedSouthampton
13/07/2020 20:00
1
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Norwich CityWest Ham
11/07/2020 12:30
2
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WatfordNewcastle United
11/07/2020 12:30
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LiverpoolBurnley
11/07/2020 15:00
1

England Premier League - predictions, tips, statistics
OVERALL TABLE PTS GP W D L GF GA +/-
1. Liverpool 93 35 30 3 2 76 27 49
2. Manchester City 72 35 23 3 9 91 34 57
3. Chelsea 60 35 18 6 11 63 49 14
4. Leicester City 59 35 17 8 10 65 36 29
5. Manchester United 58 34 16 10 8 59 33 26
6. Wolverhampton 55 35 14 13 8 48 37 11
7. Sheffield United 54 35 14 12 9 38 33 5
8. Tottenham 52 35 14 10 11 54 45 9
9. Arsenal 50 35 12 14 9 51 44 7
10. Burnley 50 35 14 8 13 39 47 -8
11. Everton 45 35 12 9 14 41 52 -11
12. Southampton 44 34 13 5 16 43 56 -13
13. Newcastle United 43 35 11 10 14 36 52 -16
14. Crystal Palace 42 35 11 9 15 30 45 -15
15. Brighton 36 35 8 12 15 36 52 -16
16. West Ham 34 35 9 7 19 44 59 -15
17. Watford 34 35 8 10 17 33 54 -21
18. Bournemouth 31 35 8 7 20 36 60 -24
19. Aston Villa 30 35 8 6 21 38 65 -27
20. Norwich City 21 35 5 6 24 26 67 -41

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