Fantasy Premier League GW 26 Review And Our Team for GW 27

It was an above-average week for the Football Express’ Fantasy Premier League team. The average was 75 points in the double-game-week. GW 26 was a game week with lots of ups and downs. Our team fared slightly above average with 80 points.

The Fantasy Premier League Show known as the FPL show where experts who analyse the game have finalized their team and locked in the team for the coming game-week.

We also have locked in our team for GW 27. Ruben Dias, Luke Shaw, and Emi Martinez were the only ones to have contributed in defense while only Son providing a return among attackers.

A glimpse of How we fared in the DGW:

Fantasy Premier League Team Locked In For GW27

Players to target for GW27:

Ilkay Gundagon: The German midfielder has been awarded as the Premier League player of the month and is a very good captain pick being in such amazing form and comes at a very good price of only 6.2 million.

Danny Ings: A key player for the Saints and also a double game-week this weekend with games against Manchester City and Sheffield United, both a very strong defensive side and a poor run of form in the league for Southampton. He comes in as a differential pick as he is on penalties and also would be looking to get Southampton back on track in the upcoming weeks.

Son Heung-min: The South-Korean midfielder is ranked 4th top scorer behind Spurs teammate Harry Kane, Mohammed Salah, and Bruno Fernandes with Spurs winning both the previous league games. Son looks amazing pick against Crystal Palace.

Players to avoid GW 27:

Bruno Fernandes: The Portuguese midfielder is no doubt a star in the Manchester United team but is yet to register a goal from open play against top 6 side with Manchester City the next team in line to face Manchester United. Manchester City have been impenetrable with Dias and Stones partnership.

Raheem Sterling: The winger was a crucial part of the team but with huge depth in the team, the competition has increased for the spot. Ferran Torres, Phil Foden, Bernado Silva and Riyad Mahrez.

Kevin De Bruyne: The Belgian midfielder is a very good player no doubt but after his return from injury hasn’t made enough impact yet and has also joined the rotation list with the Champions League game also around the corner he might also be given rest.

Locked In Team:

A very important note having one of Stones or Dias is a must they have very good clean sheet and bonus potentials and have been very rarely rested or rotated.

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