Telegraph Fantasy Football: Gameweek 35 selection tips

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Gameweek 34 round-up

Eddie Nketiah (£3.8m) was last week’s differential pick at less than 1% ownership, and those that took a punt on the Arsenal striker prior to the Leeds United game were immediately rewarded when he scored twice in the first half. Everton won at the King Power Stadium, with Richarlison (£5.5m) providing an assist for the Toffees.

Owners of Kevin De Bruyne (£6.8m) would have been underwhelmed with his four-point return against Newcastle, perhaps one of those games where his man-of-the-match performance didn’t translate into Telegraph Fantasy Football points. However, owners weren’t to be disappointed for long as the Belgian talisman activated ‘fantasy haul mode’ on Wednesday night.

He put Wolves to the sword with a four-goal masterclass and bagged owners 21 points, with only the width of a post stopping the City midfielder topping up with another goal and assist.

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Gameweek 35 selection tips

Take a look at this week’s expert tips:

1. Danny Ings (£5.9m)

The forward has had a mixed season for the Villains but seems to have found some late-season form with two goals in his last three games. There are injury concerns around Ings’ strike partner Ollie Watkins (£5.3m), suggesting the ex-Liverpool and Burnley attacker could be offered maximum playing minutes with Villa, who have two favorable games in their next three to capitalize on.

2. Wilfried Zaha (£5m)

Surprisingly owned by only 2% of Telegraph Fantasy Football managers, similarly to Ings the Ivorian has found some late-season form. Palace have three remaining fixtures too, and with penalty duties in his arsenal, the exciting midfielder has the potential to continue his fine purple patch.

3. Ryan Sessegnon (£2.5m)

Another week, another differential option with ownership of less than 1%… Sergio Reguilon (£3.9m) seems out of favor with Antonio Conte, who has paved the way for 21-year-old Sessegnon to flourish in the LWB spot. Spurs’ final two fixtures are against an injury-ravished Burnley team, and an already relegated Norwich side.

transfer tactics

After Manchester City play West Ham United on Sunday, Everton hold a 3-for-1 fixture volume over the Citizens, offering a late-season opportunity to maximize fixture gains with remaining transfers.

Take a look at where you stand with your remaining transfers in comparison to these positions in the leaderboard:

Top 100 – 1.01 average transfers remaining

Top 1,000 – 1.94

Top 10,000 – 3.16

Gameweek 35 insights

Finally, here are some of the best up-to-date football insights for ahead of this weekend’s games.

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George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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