We are really starting to reach the business end of the fantasy season now, and it is time for you to make some moves to salvage your campaign. While this gameweek sees a number of fantasy favourites face off directly against each other, there are still plenty of opportunities to get some serious points on the board.
Take a look at our tips for gameweek 30:
Fantasy Premier League Tips For Gameweek 30
Jamie Vardy - £8.9m
Will we see Brendan Rodgers' influence on his new team this weekend? They couldn't be coming up against a better opponent, with Fulham the visitors to the King Power Stadium on Saturday afternoon. The London side have conceded a whopping 65 goals in the league this season, eight more than anyone else in the division.
You would fancy Jamie Vardy to take advantage of that, and he will be out to impress his new manager after a fractious relationship with Claude Puel.
Trent Alexander-Arnold - £5.5m
The Liverpool right back became the youngest player to register three assists in a single Premier League game during their last home outing against Watford, bringing his total for the season to six. With Burnley the visitors to Anfield on Sunday for the early kick-off, he should have the opportunity to add to his tally.
Even accounting for their recent form, Burnley are not the most prolific team, so a Liverpool clean sheet is a good bet in this one.
Raheem Sterling - £11.4m
Watford have a very poor record against the big six away from home, and you would think that will continue when they travel to The Etihad this weekend.
Raheem Sterling scored against The Hornets in both of their league meetings last season, and we reckon he will be amongst the goals on Saturday.
Sergio Aguero - £11.8m
For all of the reasons you should pick Aguero, see above. Watford conceded plenty against the top six, and the Argentine striker is prone to a goal or two himself. An obvious inclusion.
Luka Milivojevic - £6.3m
Call this one playing by the numbers. Brighton have conceded more penalties than any other team in the Premier League this season, with eight given up so far in the campaign. They travel to Crystal Palace, a team who win more spot kicks than any other in the division.
It would not be a shock to see Milivojevic add to his eight league goals in this one.
Fabian Schär - £4.7m
A cheap option with potential to add something to your team, you should consider drafting in the Swiss defender for this gameweek. Newcastle have a strong defensive record as of late, keeping three clean sheets in his last four league games. The only one they didn't was a 2-1 over Manchester City.
Their opponents Everton have hardly been the most prolific either, drawing blanks in three of the last four league games.
Joshua King - £6.5m
Bournemouth have had a tough run of fixtures as of late, playing Manchester City, Arsenal, Wolves and Liverpool in their last four. We fancy them to get back on track this weekend, when they travel to take on a slightly rejuvenated Huddersfield Town.
King will be a big part of any win, and he is a good buy low candidate at the moment.