7 Fantasy Premier League Tips For Gameweek 21

7 Fantasy Premier League Tips For Gameweek 21
By Gary Connaughton
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Halfway through the campaign, and most Fantasy Premier League players have already given up. For those of you clinging on by a thread, the good news is you have been given a second wildcard to save your season.

There is certainly some interesting options for the Gameweek 21, and it would seem a prime opportunity to make up some ground on your mates if you can get things right. Have a look and see who to bring in, and who to avoid, for this week:

Fantasy Premier League Tips For Gameweek 21

Who To Bring In

Antonio Rudiger

Rudiger has played the full 90 minutes in all but one of Chelsea's Premier League fixtures this season, picking up nine clean sheets along the way. While the London side have suffered a dip in form in recent weeks, they have a very favourable run of fixtures on the horizon.

Their next two games are home ones against Southampton and Newcastle, two teams struggling for goals. The only six six side they will face over the next five games is Arsenal, and you would expect Chelsea to pick up a few clean sheets.

Matt Doherty

If you don't have Doherty in your team already, you really need to sort yourself out. Available for only £5.2m, the Irishman has registered three goals and four assists already as a defender, to go along with five clean sheets.


With Wolves only facing one top six side between now and March 9th, you need to get Doherty in your team.

Harry Kane

Despite now looking at his best this season, Harry Kane still has 13 Premier League goals to his name. He will look to remind everybody of his abilities in the coming weeks, and that starts with the trip to Cardiff tomorrow.


Another team with a favourable run of fixtures on the horizon, Kane will look to intensify his chase for the golden boot in the next few games.


Brazil forward Richarlison has already silenced those who questioned the £40million fee Everton paid for his services last summer, notching nine goals in the league despite battling through injury and suspension.


He will look to add to that number over the coming gameweeks, with Everton not facing a top six side until the last week of February.

Pierre-Emerick Aubamaeyang

While the Gabon international can often struggle against the league's bug guns, he seems to fill his hat against the lesser sides.


Fulham will visiting The Emirates in Gameweek 21, and it would not a surprise to see him find some joy against the Premier League's worst defence.

Who To Avoid

Newcastle Players

Sell, sell, sell. Over their next five games Newcastle will face Manchester United, Chelsea, Manchester City and Spurs. Need I say anymore?


West Ham Defenders

West Ham have only kept three clean sheets this season, and their defensive issue do not look like halting anytime soon. They will come up against a number of free scoring teams in the next few weeks, and it would not be surprising to see them ship quite a few goals during that span.



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