Captaincy Analysis – Gameweek 12 FPL Tips – Fantasy Premier League Tips

Welcome to another Fantasy Premier Leage gameweek and another captaincy analysis! We hope you all had a good FPL gameweek 11 and hopefully we can provide you with some tips for the upcoming gameweek 12, but as we always do, lets take a look at last week’s picks:

1. Jamie Vardy – 7 points

2. Kevin De Bruyne – 5 points

3. Dimitri Payet – 2 points

Differential – Christian Beneteke – 9 points

Gamble – Eden Hazard – 1 point

Bonus – Mesut Ozil – 10 points

Anyway enough of that, lets get down to business.

1. Jamie Vardy (WAT)

You can’t look past Jamie this week. He’s scored in eight consecutive games, and doesn’t look like stopping! There’s no team that can stop him in his current form and he is capable of bagging plenty of goals against Watford this weekend. You’d be a fool not to consider captaining him!

2. Graziano Pelle (SUN)

Another player in fantastic form is the former ballroom dancer, Pelle. Usually, Pelle struggles away from home, however they take on Sunderland who conceded six last weekend, so you’ve got to back Pelle for this one! Sunderland looked really poor at the back and Pelle will surely capitalise on their weak defence.

3. Romelu Lukaku (WHU)

The Everton man got one goal and two assists last weekend against Sunderland, and looks to be in cracking form. Usually he’s inconsistent, however Lukaku loves a goal against West Ham, scoring in nearly every single game he’s played against them for the Blues, so will he keep up his good record against the Hammers?

Differential – Wilfried Bony (AVL)

Owned by less than 10%, you’ve got to back him this weekend as they take on a defensively poor Aston Villa. He scored and assisted in the midweek fixture against Sevilla, so can he keep it up? Our differential (Benteke) last week scored well, so can Bony score well this week?

Gamble – Mesut Ozil (TOT)

I’ve said this before, I genuinely think Özil is Arsenal’s best player. He’s grabbed 9 assists and a goal in 12 games, and has been so consistent this year. As they play Spurs, who have been good defensively in the last few weeks, it may be hard for Ozil to continue his good form but in his current form, can Spurs stop him? He won’t be a popular choice for captaincy, but if he does well, you’ll climb very high in the ranks!

By Bonus FPL


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