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Fantasy Football: Three Transfers to make for Gameweek 22

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Fantasy Football: Three Transfers to make for Gameweek 22

There are some unmissable Premier League clashes this weekend, with Tottenham Hotspur welcoming Manchester United on Sunday being the stand-out game. Take a look at our fantasy football tips for gameweek 22 in order to get the edge over your rivals and to ensure you are quick off the blocks in 2019.

Felipe Anderson

Team: Burnley

Value: £6.2m

Next Opponent: Fulham (H)

Chris Wood may not be an obvious choice, but he’s one worth putting into your fantasy team for gameweek 22. Wood has now scored in each of his last three games, helping the Clarets to three straight wins, two of which have been in the Premier League. Wood is in fine form and he’s been one of the most consistent strikers in recent weeks. Burnley go up against strugglers Fulham at home this week, and that’s another reason why you may want to snap up Chris Wood. He’ll fancy himself to get on the score-sheet again this week and don’t forget, he also takes penalties for Burnley.

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Roberto Firmino

Team: Liverpool

Value: £9.2m

Next Opponent: Brighton (A)

For a glitzier signing, get Roberto Firmino is your front-line for gameweek 22. The Brazilian has shown sensational form in recent weeks, racking up as many as four goals in his last two appearances. He scored a hat-trick against Arsenal in the 5-1 win and also grabbed a goal against Manchester City. He doesn’t come cheap, but in this sort of form, Roberto Firmino is a must-have player. It’s also a good time to pick up a Liverpool player – they’ll be desperate to bounce back following two straight defeats. Brighton won’t want to be playing Liverpool this weekend with the Reds needing to get back on track.

Roberto Firmino Liverpool

Eden Hazard

Team: Chelsea

Value: £11.1m

Next Opponent: Newcastle United (H)

Eden Hazard has enjoyed a good time against Newcastle United, scoring three times in his last four outings against the Magpies. Aside from that, the Belgian is enjoying a fine season with 10 league goals and nine assists in his 20 league appearances this season. If Hazard isn’t scoring, he’s contributing with an assist, or picking up Man of the Match. He’s consistent and without doubt, a man worth having in your fantasy team, particularly this week given his healthy record against Newcastle United. Hazard’s price has also risen a little in recent weeks, so snap him up just in case he takes his game to yet another level in the weeks to come.

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