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    Premier League Fantasy Football Picks – Round 17

    12 December 2019 | Premier League | Fantasy
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    Premier League Fantasy Football Picks – Round 17

    With the busy festive period fast approaching, it’s a very important time in the Fantasy Football calendar.

    Every transfer counts, so choose wisely when it comes to selecting your picks. To give you a hand, here are a few of the Premier League’s in-form players to consider.

    Goalkeeper

    Vicente Guaita – Crystal Palace

    The Spaniard was a standout performer last weekend after putting in a man-of-the-match performance to keep a clean sheet against Watford. In fact, Crystal Palace have now kept three consecutive clean sheets, and Guaita has played a huge role in maintaining the Eagles’ impressive defensive record.

    Defenders

    Federico Fernandez – Newcastle United

    Newcastle are enjoying a mini-revival at the moment. Steve Bruce’s side have picked up some excellent results in recent weeks, and Fernandez has been at the centre of the action. The defender scored a late winner in the previous round – his second goal of the season.

    Virgil van Dijk - Liverpool

    With Liverpool up against the league’s lowest scoring team on Saturday, it makes sense to include at least one Reds defender in your team. Klopp has rotated his full-backs of late, so Virgil van Dijk seems like a great pick this week. A clean sheet is on the cards, and the Dutchman is always a threat from set-pieces.

    Midfielders

    Dele Alli – Tottenham Hotspur

    Dele Alli is one of the Premier League’s in-form players right now. He has scored three and assisted two in the four games since Jose Mourinho took charge of Spurs, and after being rested for the Champions League game in midweek, Alli is set to return to the team with a spring in his step.

    Jonjo Shelvey – Newcastle United

    Shelvey has now scored in three straight games for the Magpies. While Newcastle’s forward-line has struggled for goals, Shelvey has stepped up. Steve Bruce’s side travel to Burnley this weekend, and the Clarets are enduring a poor run. Expect Shelvey to play a starring role again in Round 17.

    Forwards

    Dominic Calvert-Lewin – Everton

    The 22-year-old will be full of confidence after bagging a brace against Chelsea in the previous round. Calvert-Lewin looked like a completely different player under Duncan Ferguson, so we could see him add to his tally against a weak Manchester United defence on Sunday.

    Diogo Jota – Wolverhampton Wanderers

    With Raul Jimenez regularly taking the plaudits, fellow strike partner, Jota, often gets overlooked. Still, the Portuguese scored twice against Brighton last time out, and he costs far less than his Mexican teammate. Could this be the start of a goal-scoring run for the Wolves man?

    Predictions for Premier League

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    Leicester CityWest Ham
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    TottenhamNorwich City
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    1
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    Manchester UnitedBurnley
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    1
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    WolverhamptonLiverpool
    23/01/2020 21:00
    2

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    OVERALL TABLE PTS GP W D L GF GA +/-
    1. Liverpool 64 22 21 1 0 52 14 38
    2. Manchester City 51 24 16 3 5 65 27 38
    3. Leicester City 45 23 14 3 6 48 23 25
    4. Chelsea 40 24 12 4 8 41 32 9
    5. Manchester United 34 23 9 7 7 36 27 9
    6. Wolverhampton 34 23 8 10 5 34 30 4
    7. Sheffield United 33 24 8 9 7 25 23 2
    8. Tottenham 31 23 8 7 8 36 31 5
    9. Southampton 31 24 9 4 11 31 42 -11
    10. Arsenal 30 24 6 12 6 32 34 -2
    11. Crystal Palace 30 24 7 9 8 22 28 -6
    12. Everton 30 24 8 6 10 28 35 -7
    13. Newcastle United 30 24 8 6 10 24 36 -12
    14. Burnley 27 23 8 3 12 26 38 -12
    15. Brighton 25 24 6 7 11 27 34 -7
    16. Aston Villa 25 24 7 4 13 31 45 -14
    17. West Ham 23 22 6 5 11 26 34 -8
    18. Bournemouth 23 24 6 5 13 23 37 -14
    19. Watford 23 24 5 8 11 21 36 -15
    20. Norwich City 17 23 4 5 14 23 45 -22

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