Oh, do have a look at our Fantasy Football Tips Gameweek 29 strikers round-up, lovingly stitched together and laid on for all you Fantasy freaks out there.
We should make it clear that our Fantasy Football tips are based on the official Fantasy Premier League online game, but the principles should apply more or less across the board.
Onwards and inwards, then…
Fantasy Football Tips Gameweek 29: Strikers
There are only five matches in this Gameweek, so you must ask yourself: how highly do you value your various assets? And are you willing to gamble on sacrificing points in order to make all the necessary changes?
We answered those questions more thoroughly in our Gameweek 29 goalkeepers and defenders round-up round-up, but suffice it to say we think it could be worth losing some points in order to make more back.
Anyone who has both Daniel Sturridge and Luis Suárez in their team faces a conundrum: both are likely to be key during the rest of the run-in, if you’ve had them for any kind of while they’ll be more expensive to buy back, and you’re only permitted three strikers in a squad.
As such, Football Burp has decided to go with one up front for Gameweek 29 – we shan’t reveal who, but a glance at this weekend’s fixtures will show you that Manchester United are in action at West Bromwich Albion.
It’s by no means an easy fixture – Chelsea, Everton and Liverpool have each been held to a 1-1 draw at the Hawthorns during Pepe Mel’s brief reign thus far – but if Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney can grab a goal apiece at Crystal Palace, as they did last time out, then there’s no reason why they can’t repeat the feat here.
Victor Anichebe was the man to equalise against Chelsea and Liverpool – the former Everton forward has those two goals and two assists from his last four games, so he could prove to be good value at just £5.1m.
Apart from that, it’s hard to know where to look in this weekend’s FA Cup-decimated fixture list – maybe Jay Rodriguez and/or Rickie Lambert at Southampton, but their trip to Crystal Palace is unlikely to be an easy one.