Fulfill your fantasy football potential with the help of this Fantasy Premier League tips Gameweek 12 midfielders round-up.
Recommended midfielder picks for this Gameweek include players from Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United, Everton and Bournemouth.
🌟 Raheem Sterling MCI, £11.1m
After his two goals and two assists against Southampton, he’s now the third highest scoring player in the FPL so far this season – and that’s despite missing two games.
He’s particularly effective in home games, scoring an average of over 13 points across the four he’s played, although the visit of Man Utd should be the toughest yet.
Nevertheless, he’s looking so essential once again that you might want to bring him in as soon as possible before his price rises even higher.
🌟 Pedro CHE, £6.3m
Got back in business with a goal and assist in the 3-1 win over Crystal Palace, potentially earning him a start at home to Everton on Sunday.
🌟 Sadio Mané LIV, £9.8m
Eleven games in and he’s more or less kept pace with his significantly more expensive team-mate Mohamed Salah, so there’s a strong argument for Mané if you can only make room for one.
If however you can fit both in then this weekend’s home match against Fulham could yield big scores for both of them.
🌟 Erik Lamela TOT, £6.4m
With four goals in his last six appearances, Lamela looks like nailing down a first team spot at Spurs ahead of their trip to struggling Crystal Palace.
🌟 Anthony Martial MUN, £7.4m
He’s on fire, with five goals in his last four games, so he’s another to bring in before his price goes up – although an away game at Man City this weekend is as tough as it gets.
🌟 Richarlison EVE, £6.8m
Like Martial he’s got a difficult fixture this weekend – Everton are away to unbeaten Chelsea – but his form is such that you wouldn’t rule him out scoring.
🌟 David Brooks BOU, £5.1m
Didn’t manage to add another goal to his impressive recent run despite getting in some good positions against Man Utd, but just getting in the positions was promising enough.
Next up for high-flying Bournemouth, a trip to Newcastle.