Content Editor at Free Super Tips, Alex was born in the shadow of Old Trafford and is an avid Man Utd fan. After graduating from university he combined his love of football, writing and betting to join FST and now closely follows goings-on in all of the top European leagues.
Saturday sees us enter gameweek 35 of the Premier League and all 20 teams are in action over the course of three action-packed days of top flight football. We’ve analysed all the fixtures and players involved to come up with a comprehensive selection on Fantasy Football tips.
Time is running out to make a late surge up the Fantasy Football standings, but these tips should give you the best chance to amass a few extra points than your mates and climb above them in the rankings as we enter the final three gameweeks of the campaign.
Remember – you can find all the rest of our tips and analysis on our Premier League predictions page.
Fantasy Football GW35 fixture list
Saturday 11th July
Norwich vs West Ham
Watford vs Newcastle
Liverpool vs Burnley
Sheffield United vs Chelsea
Brighton vs Manchester City
Sunday 12th July
Wolves vs Everton
Aston Villa vs Crystal Palace
Spurs vs Arsenal
Bournemough vs Leicester
Monday 13th July
Man Utd vs Southampton
Best Fantasy Football team for GW35
Fantasy Football tips for GW35
Look to Manchester for your strikeforce
With Brighton hosting Manchester City on Saturday night and the in-form Manchester United welcoming Southampton to Old Trafford on Monday, the stage is set for Manchester based attackers to steal the limelight.
Gabriel Jesus ended his goal drought in The Citizens’ midweek thrashing of Newcastle and, with Sergio Aguero sidelined, the young Brazilian will continue to lead the line for Pep Guardiola’s side. Brighton have conceded three goals in each of their last two home games and Jesus could punish them now his goalscoring confidence is back on track.
The red half of Manchester is looking even brighter as they face a Southampton side that have conceded nine goals in their last five away games. Manchester United’s front three are in deadly form, but the value still lies in the bargain purchase of one Mason Greenwood. The teenage prodigy has scored four goals in his last three Premier League appearances and costs a tiny 4.7m – that’s less than the likes of Dwight Gayle and Matej Vydra, who have amassed just 37 and 35 points respectively.
Budget Hammers midfielder impresses
Coming in at just 4.8M, Tomas Soucek heads into West Ham’s match against Norwich having scored in two of his last three appearances.
The Czech Republic midfielder might not be the most consistent of performers, but he’s in form right now and could be a cheap way to a points boost when he faces a Norwich defence that have conceded 11 league goals since the restart and are just a loss away from relegation.
Mane to return
Jurgen Klopp is showing little appetite for giving his Premier League winning players a holiday, but Sadio Mane was rested in midweek and is expected to return to the starting lineup here.
While most of the focus is on the Golden Boot chasing Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane has been quietly chipping away to score 200 Fantasy points this season, second only to Salah and De Bruyne. 11 of his 16 Premier league goals have come at Anfield and he has scored in each of Liverpool’s last four home games.
Eagles defenders set to soar
Crystal Palace might be in a spate of terrible form right now, but this weekend they face off against an Aston Villa side in dire straits. The Villains are without a win in ten Premier League matches and have failed to score in six of their last eight, so looking to The Eagles’ back line might be a cheap way to amass some points.
Patrick van Aanholt (5.6m) is the obvious choice thanks to his additional attacking threat, but those looking for a cheaper option could consider Joel Ward and Scott Dann, both of whom cost a meagre 4.3m.
Who to captain in Fantasy Football
Manchester United’s Portuguese maestro is still hitting new heights in the Premier League. He’s the most in form Fantasy Football player going at the moment after his 14-point haul against Aston Villa on Thursday.
His total now stands at 94 points in just ten gameweeks, and he has only dropped below a five point return in two of these rounds. Manchester United have now scored a massive 15 goals since the return of the Premier League, so another impressive attacking output from Fernandes and company could be in order on Monday.
More FST News
- 3 hours ago
- Big Wins
- 1 day ago
- Big Wins