Fantasy Premier League tips Gameweek 24: Captains

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Fantasy Premier League tips Gameweek 24 captains round-up

This Fantasy Premier League tips Gameweek 24 captains round-up is here to help you select a skipper and a handy vice-captain.

Recommended selections this week include players from Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City, Everton, Chelsea and Manchester United.

1. Harry Kane/Dele Alli, TOT (forward/midfielder)

They may have blanked at Sunderland, but this arguably makes them all the more likely to get back on track at home to Middlesbrough in Saturday’s evening kick-off.

Those who captained Kane for the recent double-header of home games against Burnley and Hull might still be carrying mental scars, but on a weekend of few stand-out candidates, we’re plumping for one of these guys.

2. Kevin de Bruyne, MCI (midfielder)

Back in goal-scoring form going into the home game against Swansea, and arguably City’s main man now that Sergio Agüero is no longer a guaranteed starter.

If you can’t afford KDB and you’re feeling bold, how about Gabriel Jesus?

3. Romelu Lukaku, EVE (forward)

He’s due a goal, and a home fixture against out-of-form Bournemouth looks like a most presentable opportunity on paper.

4. Diego Costa, CHE (forward)

Seems to like playing against Arsenal at Stamford Bridge, but it’s hard to imagine him running riot in a way that the above three candidates might this weekend.

5. Zlatan Ibrahimović, MUN (forward)

He’s been in poor form – but then again, so have Leicester…

Good luck and happy selecting!

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