FPL TIPS GW22: The Fantasy Premier League season is not going great for the big-name attacking assets in accordance with their prices. Whether it’s Kane, who is struggling with form, or Lukaku, who is suffering from injuries and homesickness to Milan.
In today’s article, we will be looking at the midfielders and strikers who can make a difference in the coming weeks.
The players are selected in the list based on their upcoming fixtures, their current form, and their value.
The players on the list can make a difference to your upcoming double game week and points tally.
FPL TIPS GW22: Midfielders-
Diogo Jota (£8.3m):
The Portuguese remain a priority pick for the team in absence of Salah and Mane. The injury to Son Heung-min (£10.7m) makes him a necessity in the midfield and even though Liverpool doesn’t have a double game week 22, he should not be excluded.
James Maddison (£6.9m):
James Maddison is showing signs of life and contributing immensely to Leicester’s recent form. The Englishman will have a double game in week 22 but his opponents are tough.
Jarrod Bowen (£6.7m):
Jarrod Bowen can’t stop scoring. The West Ham United midfielder is the in-form player in the league. he scored a brace against Norwich last night and even though he won’t have a double game in week 22, he can be expected to give good returns.
Phil Foden (£8.0m):
Phil Foden hasn’t been a regular starter but with the fixture list favoring Manchester City, he can be a good asset to have in the team.
Lucas Moura (£6.5m):
Lucas Moura started well but has faded away since then. However, with Son out of the line-up, the Brazilian will have the chance to impress again. However, his inclusion won’t be long-term as Son is expected back in 2 weeks’ time.
FPL TIPS GW22: Strikers-
Cristiano Ronaldo (£12.5m) and Harry Kane (£12.2m):
These two are the premium options for the upcoming double game week 22. Ronaldo will be having easier fixtures to keep up with and should be the primary choice for the captaincy.
Emmanuel Dennis (£6.1m):
Emmanuel Dennis’s form throughout the season has been impressive and with a double game week looming, expect him to keep performing. Watford’s next three fixtures against fellow relegation battlers Newcastle, Burnley, and Norwich over the next two game weeks. Expect some good returns from the Nigerian who missed AFCON to play the Premier League.
Neal Maupay (£6.5m):
It’s a punt if you bring in Neil Maupay. Brighton doesn’t have an easy fixture in the double game week 22 and this is followed by no game in game week 25.
Ollie Watkins (£7.7m):
Ollie Watkins promises a lot but gives very few returns. The England international get bucket loads of chances but his conversion is poor. The striker enjoys a decent run of fixtures after game week 22, and that’s he’s worthy of consideration.