Fantasy Football Tips Gameweek 32: Midfielders

Noting the emergence of yet another goal-scoring midfielder at Chelsea.

André Schürrle, one of our Fantasy Football tips for Gameweek 32
Schürrle… Yours for just £6.8m (Image: Michael Kranewitter)

Play Fantasy Football? Appreciate tips? Then our Fantasy Football Tips Gameweek 32 midfielders round-up should be right up your street!

We ought to mention that our Fantasy Football tips are based on the official Premier League version of the game, although the principles should pretty much apply across the board.

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Okay, let’s get cracking…

Fantasy Football Tips Gameweek 32: Midfielders

Oscar got back amongst the goals with a couple in Chelsea’s 6-0 win over Arsenal – if he keeps it up, he could prove to be a nifty alternative to £11m teammate Eden Hazard, costing as he does just £8.6m.

Mind you, Andre Schürrle could prove to be even better value at a bargain-looking £6.8m – he’s got four goals in his last four games now, albeit that includes his hat-trick at Fulham.

This weekend sees Fulham play host to Everton, for whom Ross Barkley (one goal, one assist) and Kevin Mirallas (two assists) scored 12 and 11 Fantasy Premier League points respectively in the Toffees’ 3-2 win over Swansea City.

With Mirallas going for £7.5m and Barkley for just £5.1m, you might like to get a bit of Everton in your Gameweek 32 midfield.

Marouane Fellaini has been getting closer and closer to first Manchester United goal, and past form suggests him to be capable of going on a run once he finally notches.

United play at home to Aston Villa this weekend, a fixture Fellaini scored twice in for Everton last season, so £7.7m could make for a crafty punt.

Swansea City at home to Norwich, anyone? The Canaries are poor on the road, while all of Swans midfielders Jonjo Shelvey (£5.1m), Jonathan de Guzmán (£5.7m), Nathan Dyer (£5.1m) and Wayne Routledge (£4.9m) are capable of a goal or an assist.

Liverpool are at home to Tottenham Hotspur, so do consider the likes of Steven Gerrard, Philippe Coutinho, Raheem Sterling and Jordan Henderson – heck, Spurs’ Christian Eriksen too.

Manchester City’s Yaya Touré is a phenomenon – you should know that already, but it bears repeating in the wake of his hat-trick against Fulham.

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