The extended gameweek 26 means we haven't had the opportunity to change our teams for a couple of weeks, but we're back into the swing of things now.We have some Fantasy Premier League Tips for gameweek 27 below, with a few very interesting options.
Here's what we came up with.
Fantasy Premier League Tips
Ben Mee (Burnley) - £5.om
Mee has played every minute of the Premier League campaign so far, and while Burnley have not been as steady at the back as they have been in previous seasons, they have kept clean sheets in two of their last three games.
The game at home to Bouremouth this weekend should offer them the opportunity to extend that record.
Oli McBurnie (Sheffield United) - £5.7m
After being a bit part player for much of the first half of the campaign, McBurnie has established himself as first choice in recent weeks. He has only has four goals to his name but could add to that tally on Saturday.
Brighton have conceded seven goals in their last three games and the Scotland international will fancy his chances of finding the back of the net.
Adama Traore (Wolves) - £5.8m
Traore only played an hour of Wolves huge Europa League win last night, so he should be fresh for the visit of Norwich on Sunday. The visitors concede a lot of goals and you would imagine Traore will get plenty of joy down the right flank.
Wolves also have a handy run of fixtures over the next few weeks, meaning the winger could be a shrewd addition at a reasonable price.
Danny Ings (Southampton) - £7.1m
Danny Ings is in some form at the minute. We've expected his scoring run to end for a number of weeks now, but he continues to find the back of the net. With Aston Villa coming to St Mary's on Saturday, we would back him to score again.
Southampton also face three of the bottom four sides in the next few weeks.
David de Gea (Manchester United) - £5.4m
Manchester United have just kept two clean sheets on the trot for the first time this season, showing the type of defensive stability that has been largely lacking up to this point.
Watford's visit to Old Trafford is unlikely to produce many goals, making de Gea a good option. Only Crystal Palace have scored less goals that Nigel Pearson's side.
Sadio Mane (Liverpool) - £12.2m
Mane only played 45 minutes in Liverpool's midweek loss to Atletico, a game in which they became very frustrated. You get the sense that West Ham could feel the brunt of that this weekend, with the Senegal international likely to play a big part.
We would expect goals in this one, but they're only likely to come from one team.
Patrick van Aanholt (Crystal Palace) - £5.5m
While Palace score less goals that anybody else in the division, they don't concede many either. The 32 they have let in is by far the least amount in the bottom half, also bettering the likes of Chelsea and Spurs in that particular category.
They host Newcastle this weekend, the side with the joint second worst scoring record in the Premier League. Roy Hodgson will have his eye on a clean sheet, making van Aanholt a great option.