Make your fantasy football fantasies come true with a little help from the following Fantasy Premier League tips Gameweek 23 midfielders round-up.
Recommended selections this week include players from Arsenal, Crystal Palace, Man Utd, Southampton and West Ham.
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Any/all of 3 Arsenal players
Obviously you should already own Alexis Sánchez – but with the in-form Gunners at home to a woefully out-of-sorts Aston Villa side, dare you bring in £8.2m Santi Cazorla and £8.6m Aaron Ramsey too?
The form they’re in, you wouldn’t bet against them all scoring. And don’t forget to keep an eye on the return to fitness of £8.9m Theo Walcott, for he is pure Fantasy dynamite when he’s on form.
Ángel Di María, Manchester United – £9.5m
Has the perfect opportunity to get his season back up and running again with a home game against bottom-of-the-table Leicester, and is currently at a bargain price considering he cost upwards of £10m only a few months ago.
And could £6.3m team mate Marouane Fellaini, a scorer at QPR last time out, also prove to be a shrewd investment?
Dušan Tadić, Southampton – £7.7m
The Serb’s been on fire of late and plays at home to a Swansea side that just lost 0-5 at home to Chelsea.
Oh, and you might have noticed £5.5m loanee Eljero Elia scoring twice at Newcastle last time out. And £4.8m James Ward-Prowse bagging yet another assist.
Stewart Downing, West Ham – £6.6m
Can he return to haunt his old club Liverpool at Anfield? The way his season’s going, and with an in-form Andy Carroll to get on the end of any crosses he may have to offer, you wouldn’t bet against it.
Jason Puncheon, Crystal Palace – £5.5m
Two goals and an assist from his last two games make Puncheon an attractive proposition ahead of Palace’s home game against a flaky Everton side, not to mention the ‘new manager bounce’ he may be benefiting from under Alan Pardew – as he did last season under Tony Pulis.
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