Gameweek 28 FPL Selection – Kane or Fernandes, who should you captain this week?
You might want to bring in players of Tottenham, Villa, Newcastle, Brighton, West Ham, Arsenal, Leeds and Fulham as they are the only teams playing in the next game week.
Let’s see the best selections for this week.
Pickford has a relatively easy fixture against Burnley and should be able to return a clean sheet having not conceded in 3 out of his last 5 games
Azpilicueta has led Chelsea to 4 clean sheets in their last 5 matches and could do enough to keep Leeds from scoring.
Shaw has massively improved this season and having been rested in their Europa League match yesterday, he would be looking to having a solid performance against West Ham. With Lingard unable to feature against his parent club, Manchester United has a better chance at a clean sheet.
Targett could get points for you at both ends of the pitch as they play away to Newcastle this weekend, it is also important to note that Aston Villa is one of the teams that have a game to play next game week.
Mahrez looks certain to start for Manchester City despite Pep’s tendency to rotate considering he was taken off early after a masterclass against Southampton. Fulham are a team that likes to take the game to their opponent and that might be good for the Algerian maestro.
Fernandes’ consistency makes him a good option for the captain armband this game week with Manchester United welcoming West Ham to Old Trafford.
Gundogan is still getting points from midfield and considering his price tag, it would be a mistake to omit him from your team as they visit Craven Cottage to take on Fulham.
Mount is Chelsea’s brightest talent in attack and against a Leeds United side that barely keep clean sheets, it would be a smart move to back him to deliver points this weekend.
Harry Kane suffered a little knock but there’s a huge chance he will recover in time to face Arsenal. The Spurs captain has a very good record against their fierce rivals with 14 goal contributions in 13 appearances. Combined with his recent form, you can expect him to deliver for your team.
Richarlison has been in form for Everton since moving to a striker role and a match against Burnley sounds like another mouth-watering prospect of FPL points.
Iheanacho will be completing this team and will be a huge differential if he comes through against a struggling Sheffield team. Playing up front alongside Vardy has been positive for the Nigerian forward and it would be interesting to see how many points he delivers this week.
DEF: Azpilicueta, Shaw, Targett
MID: Mahrez, Fernandes (C), Gundogan, Mount
FWD: Kane, Richarlison, Iheanacho
Team Value – 78.6 Million Pounds