The deadline to make transfers for Premier League GW 25 is at 12 am IST Friday. While Bielsa’s Leeds United players have been mostly targeted players due to their double fixtures this game-week.
The other team are Southampton FC who are having double game-week this week but due to a drop in their form since game-week 17 which was a 1-0 win against Liverpool.
They are being under looked by FPL managers and could prove to be huge differentials in the upcoming game-week.
Top Transfer Targets ahead of FPL Gameweek 25 and Potential Players to avoid
Top players to target ahead game-week 25 in FPL:
Patrick Bamford looks like the go-to man by most of the FPL managers as he has got 29 points in the past five game-weeks scoring 2 goals and giving 3 assists.
Raphael Dias Belloli (Rafinha) is in the tremendous form being the key man for Leeds United this season he has got 38 points in the past five game-weeks scoring 2 goals and giving 5 assists. The Brazilian winger is also a differential pick only owned by 8.5% of the managers.
Danny Ings the English forward also a very good pick not only for this game-week as there is a double fixture for the Saints. As the Saints have an amazing run of fixtures facing only Everton and Leeds as the team in the top half of Premier League.
Players to avoid this GW:
Kevin De Bruyne is back from injury but the Belgian came in as a substitute against Everton and does not look fully fit yet. Manchester City defense has been very solid, though they conceded against Everton this week.
The John Stones and Ruben Dias combination have worked splendidly for Manchester City but there arises a doubt always with Pep Guardiola and his rotation policy so doubling up on City defense would be risky but might heap heavy rewards.
Football Express’s Team For This Game-Week:
Football Express XI :
GK- Sanchez, LB- Luke Shaw, CB- Antonio Rudiger, CB- Lewis Dunk, RB-Stuart Dallas, LM- Son, CM- Bruno Fernandes(C), CM-Rapinha, RM- Salah(VC), ST-Bamford, ST-Danny Ings.
SUBSTITUTES: McCarthy, Stones, Pereira, Maja
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