Fantasy Football makes its return for Gameweek 27 this week following the FA Cup break last time out. There are some huge games at both ends of the table this weekend, with the standout tie being Liverpool’s clash with Manchester United at Old Trafford. Check out our top three tips in Fantasy Football this weekend ahead of what is set to be another pivotal weekend in the Premier League.
Fantasy Football Tips: Three Transfers to make for Gameweek 27
Team: West Ham United
Next Opponent: Fulham (H)
Felipe Anderson has been West Ham’s standout player this season, with the Brazilian settling comfortably into life at the London Stadium following his summer move from Lazio. The 25-year-old has eight goals and three assists to his name in the Premier League this season and on Friday night he and his teammates will attempt to take three points from Fulham. The Cottagers have the worst defensive record in the Premier League having already conceded 58 goals in 26 games and Anderson will be confident of being able to exploit that on Friday.
Next Opponent: Manchester United (A)
Following his summer move from RB Leipzig, much was expected from Liverpool’s Naby Keita, but injuries halted his progress from some promising early couple of performances. However, Keita now seems to be growing in confidence once again, putting in a solid display against Bournemouth in their last Premier League outing which was backed up by another impressive performance against Bayern Munich in midweek. Liverpool’s no.8 has another chance to further endear himself to Liverpool supporters by putting in a big performance against their biggest rivals on Sunday.
Next Opponent: Southampton (H)
Arsenal return to Premier League action on Sunday against relegation-threatened Southampton at the Emirates Stadium this weekend, in a game which Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang will be aiming to get back on the scoresheet. Scoring in two of his last three starts, Aubameyang has had an excellent season with the Gunners and has bagged 17 goals in all competitions, 15 in the Premier League. Southampton have failed to keep a clean sheet in each of their last seven outings in all competitions and will be fearing the threat of Arsenal’s leading goalscorer.