Following that frantic fantasy football gameweek, there are just four rounds of Fantasy Premier League left as we enter the latter stages of the season. Here’s what we expect for gameweek 35.
Leicester City v Newcastle
Despite a loss at the hands of the league leaders, Leicester should be full of confidence ahead of the early kick-off following their four game winning run. Newcastle just cannot stop losing at the moment.
STAR MAN – Jamie VARDY
With multiple goals and assists in recent weeks, Vardy has been a joy to watch for the Foxes in this late stage.
Aston Villa v Everton
Tim Sherwood’s side need to be careful as they are slowly but surely getting dragged into the relegation zone, and they may well have a task on their hands with Everton on the up and now in the top ten.
STAR MAN – John STONES
It should not be a difficult game defensively for the Toffees as they are facing the team who have scored the least amount of goals this campaign.
Liverpool v QPR
Things are going from bad to worse for the Anfield outfit and struggling to get points against West Bromwich Albion and Hull City will give Queens Park Rangers a huge boost going into this one as they need to pick up points.
STAR MAN – Matt PHILLIPS
With one of the best assist tallies in Europe this calendar year, the Englishman will be instrumental to QPR.
Sunderland v Southampton
There are problems all over the shop for the Black Cats and all of a sudden they find themselves in the bottom three. Southampton on the other hand, arguably the side of the season, will want to cement a European finish.
STAR MAN – Graziano PELLE
Two goals in his last outing and Pelle has found his shooting boots that he predominantly had on during the first part of the season.
Swansea v Stoke City
Perhaps a game with nothing riding on it, both Stoke and Swansea should be highly satisfied with how their 2013/14 has panned out. A draw is the most probable outcome of this league encounter at the Liberty.
STAR MAN – Charlie ADAM
With a burst of a range and variety of goals, Adam is in formidable form and could score from just about anywhere.
West Ham v Burnley
The Hammers have endured a shocking 2015 spell and may find things going from bad to worse, as Burnley will look to get all three points in an attempt to stave off the drop and be in the Fantasy Premier League game next year.
STAR MAN – Danny INGS
A risk perhaps, but this is an Englishman who will be determined to end his goal drought and get some goals under his belt.
Manchester United v West Brom
The Red Devils have had a shocking couple of performances as of late with no goals scored and four goals conceded. WBA are practically safe under Tony Pulis but Van Gaal should return to winning ways.
STAR MAN – David DE GEA
The Spaniard shot stopper was voted third in the PFA Player of the Season awards for a reason, so expect a fine clean sheet.
Chelsea v Crystal Palace
Mourinho’s men know that a win at home in front of their own fans will seal the Premier League title for them, so we expect an onslaught from the Blues. Pardew’s’ Palace have experienced a dip in form in recent weeks.
STAR MAN – John TERRY
Their captain, leader and legend; a goal in the game against Leicester last time out was a bonus, and now he has the chance to lift the trophy.
Tottenham v Manchester City
With both Tottenham and Manchester City likely to finish in the league standings where they are at the moment, this game perhaps may not be as magical as it looks on paper, but fantasy stars Kane and Aguero go head to head.
STAR MAN – Sergio AGUERO
The Argentine will have been gutted to not have made the team of the season, but he is still top scorer nonetheless.
Hull City v Arsenal
Two wins and two clean sheets on the bounce for the Tigers and all of a sudden their fantasy football backline is looking solid following the double gameweek we have just had. Arsenal meanwhile will look to cement second position.
STAR MAN – Hector BELLERIN
A surprise choice perhaps, but Bellerin has been an unsung worthy pick over the month of April and gets clean sheets and assists, with the odd goal coming from the youngster too.