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Fantasy Premier League transfer tips: Seven players to consider for GW35+


Fantasy Premier League action is hotting up with just four gameweeks left to play this season. The next deadline arrives at 11.30am on Saturday, one hour before kick-off between Norwich and West Ham.

Fantasy Premier League transfer tips for GW35+

GK: David de Gea, Man Utd – £5.3m

De Gea hasn’t been as popular among FPL managers as in seasons gone by but he is well worth considering for the run-in.

United are on a 10-game unbeaten run in the Premier League and the Spanish goalkeeper has kept three clean sheets in his last four games, with Southampton being their next opponents.

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DEF: John Egan, Sheffield Utd – £4.5m

Egan is the most-signed FPL defender this week, making his way into 34,612 teams and counting.

And it’s not surprising either, given he has scored twice in as many gameweeks but the Blades face a tricky test against Chelsea next.

DEF: Lucas Digne, Everton – £5.8m

Digne has emerged as an important creative source for Carlo Ancelotti’s side.

The full-back has provided three assists in his last four games, with Everton taking on a Wolves side that have lost their last two.

MID: Bruno Fernandes, Man Utd – £8.9m

Fernandes is taking the Premier League by storm and is now the third most-owned midfielder behind Kevin De Bruyne and Mohamed Salah.

United’s January signing has been at the heart of their fine run of form, scoring seven goals and providing six assists since his arrival in GW25.

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MID: Christian Pulisic, Chelsea – £7.2m

After a mixed start to the campaign, Pulisic has been particularly impressive since the restart.

The American has scored three goals and provided three assists in his last five outings ahead of the trip to Sheffield this weekend.

FWD: Mason Greenwood, Man Utd – £4.7m

United’s continued form means their assets are setting up shop in more and more teams as the gameweeks go by.

For this price, it’s hard to imagine another forward who will get more minutes or opportunities to earn points than Greenwood over the remainder of the campaign.

Four goals and three assists in his last three games show why he is this week’s most signed attacking player.





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