Running on our first blank in the 27th game week of this campaign would be Sergio Aguero of Manchester City in League Cup action.
There will surely be a lot of owners who would choose another alternative as they are seeking for more points this weekend. However, many Aguero owners may still stick hoping for the City’s run of fixtures.
On the other hand, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang seems to be a good choice as Arsenal’s front-man gives a good fight against Southampton at the Emirates.
In fantasy terms, Leicester’s game results could be the most frustrating and unpredictable, but the fixtures of their team are more favorable.
Although we feel that Ricardo Pereira is our best option for the defense, Ben Chilwell could equally be a good fit for this job.
Since game week 31 is already on its way, it would be best to pay and start planning now. Liverpool is one of the few top scoring teams who is going to play in the 31st game week. It is wiser to start stocking up on their assets.
It may be useless in midweek to go against Bayern Munich; Sadio Mane is the best-chosen member of Liverpool’s front three.
There may be a few secured bets in fantasy football, but Huddersfield Town is one of them as this team is hardly striving to score more with just eight goals under their toes.
On the other hand, the top-flight’s bottom club has visited St. Jame’s Park where Newcastle United is positive to keep a clean sheet.
Furthermore, Martin Dubravka has the ability to contribute more points, and he can be a good choice as a new goalkeeper.
Felipe Anderson had undergone several difficulties in the past game weeks. He was previously the flavor of the month in December but then became blanked in six of his seven games.
The midfielder may be losing patience but seems able to gain amnesty for himself on Fulham this weekend.
Anderson will be benefited at the London Stadium as Claudio Ranieri scored a few to soar-up on Fulham’s defensive issues.
Other players who are highly recommended are Ben Foster, Fabian Schar, Alex Iwobi, Harvey Barney, and Bobby Reid.