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Fantasy Football: Three Transfers to make for Gameweek 24

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Fantasy Football: Three Transfers to make for Gameweek 24

Following the FA Cup hiatus, the Premier League is back this midweek, with a full fixture list set to take place over Tuesday and Wednesday night. There are some important fixtures for a number of sides, with Manchester City in action on Tuesday before Liverpool can respond on Wednesday night at Anfield. Take a look at our fantasy football tips for gameweek 24 in order to get the edge over your league rivals for the next round of fixtures in the Premier League.

Jesse Lingard

Team: Manchester United

Value: £6.8m

Next Opponent: Burnley (H)

One of many players to have benefited from the arrival of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Jesse Lingard tooks terrific value to have in your side on current form at just £6.8m. Lingard has scored three goals and provided two assists in his seven outings under the Norwegian and scored in United’s victory over Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium last time out. Is expected to start in a front three alongside Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial once again.

Manchester United Lingard Solskjaer

Sadio Mane

Team: Liverpool

Value: £9.5m

Next Opponent: Leicester (H)

Liverpool weren’t in action in the FA Cup at the weekend following their third round exit to Wolves, leaving them to enjoy what could prove to be a very valuable rest. That in turn should leave their attackers feeling refreshed coming into Wednesday night’s clash, with Sadio Mane one of the players set to benefit from it. Mane scored last time out against Crystal Palace and has nine Premier League goals to his name. He also scored in the reverse fixture against the Foxes and has one goal and two assists in his two appearances against them at Anfield.

Mane Liverpool

Callum Wilson

Team: Bournemouth

Value: £6.5m

Next Opponent: Chelsea (H)

Callum Wilson is enjoying a stunning season for Bournemouth, with his form seeing him linked with a move to Wednesday night’s opponents Chelsea. The Blues have ultimately opted to move for Gonzalo Higuain on loan instead, which would make it typical if the one-cap England forward made an impact against them in midweek. With 10 Premier League goals to his name and two in his last two appearances, he is a man in-form and will be confident against a Chelsea side that have kept just two clean sheets in their last seven league games.

Bournemouth Wilson