Gameweek 22 is fast approaching and we are here to help you with your captaincy selections. Be sure to vote in the poll at the bottom of the article and leave a comment with who you will be captaining this week.
As always, here’s how last week’s captaincy analysis picks did:
1. Alexis Sanchez – 11 points
2. Harry Kane – 17 points
3. Diego Costa – 0 points
Differential – Robert Snodgrass – 5 points
Gamble – Sergio Aguero – 2 points
Now onto this week’s selections:
1. Eden Hazard (HUL)
Probably one of the biggest transfer sagas is Diego Costa. Is he injured, or desperate for a move away? What’s ever he is, he’s allowed Hazard to play in a more advanced position, and with Hazard playing further up against Hull at home, it is only destined for one thing. On paper, Chelsea should absolutely annihilate Hull this weekend, with Hazard being the main man grabbing the points!
2. Alexis Sanchez (BUR)
Alexis has been in fantastic form the last few gameweeks, getting only 1 blank in 9 GWs. He’s grabbed 8 goals and 4 assists in that time, and a home game against Burnley is a decent fixture for Arsenal, as Burnley have one of the worst away records in the league. With Alexis possibly playing up front in the potential absence of Giroud, could this mean more points for Sanchez?
3. Zlatan Ibrahimovic (STK)
Probably the player on the best form in the league right now is Zlatan. He added to his impressive goal scoring tally against Liverpool, and with a trip to Stoke this weekend, I think he can continue that fantastic run he is currently on! Stoke conceded 4 goals each to Liverpool and Chelsea; can Man United join them?
Differential – Romelu Lukaku (CRY)
He’s a very popular player, however considering other players and the teams they all play, Lukaku might slip under the radar. This week, Everton play Crystal Palace, the team with the worst home record in the league. Considering the form Lukaku has been on, he possibly might get on the scoresheet against them, so definitely one to keep an eye on!
Gamble – Peter Crouch (MUN)
Crouch this year seems to have burst onto the scene from nowhere. With 3 goals, and two assists in his last 3 games, Crouch has been on fire and seems to be rewarding those who (bizarrely) believed in his potential. This week Stoke play Man United, a difficult fixture for the Potters, so it will be hard for Crouch to continue that brilliant run, but as they say, he who dares…
Written by Bonus FPL (@BonusFPL)