Fantasy Premier League tips Gameweek 36: Captains

Recommended captains for GW36 include players from Spurs, Liverpool, Southampton, Leeds, Everton, West Ham and Man City.


Fantasy Premier League tips Gameweek 36 captains round-up

This Fantasy Premier League tips Gameweek 36 captains round-up is here to help you select a skipper and handy vice-captain.

Recommended captain picks for this Gameweek include players from Tottenham Hotspur, Liverpool, Southampton, Leeds United, Everton, West Ham United and Manchester City.

1⃣ Kane/Son/Bale TOT, FWD/MID/MID

Tottenham’s strong recent home record makes attractive captaincy options of their attacking assets for the visit of Wolves, but the choice is tricky.

Harry Kane is the obvious go-to and was unlucky not to score at Leeds, but Son Heung-min has scored four in five.

As for Gareth Bale, he’s racked up an incredible eight goals in his last four home starts – but will Ryan Mason stick with him?

If Bale was a certain starter we’d be tempted to go with him, but as it is, Kane or Son look safer.

2⃣ Mohamed Salah LIV, MID

Liverpool go to relegated West Brom but their form is still not entirely convincing. Salah makes a good choice, but we’d prefer a Spurs player.

3⃣ Danny Ings SOU, FWD

Plays at home to Fulham having just scored twice against Crystal Palace on his return from injury.

4⃣ Patrick Bamford LEE, FWD

Leeds are looking in good nick going into a trip to a Burnley side who’ve not been looking good at home.

5⃣ Dominic Calvert-Lewin EVE, FWD

Plays at home to Sheffield Utd, but Everton’s form at Goodison Park has been awful.

Furthermore, Kane, Bruno and Salah have all blanked in this fixture this season…

6⃣ Michail Antonio WHU, FWD

Away to Brighton wouldn’t normally look so attractive but their defence, so solid of late, will be missing the suspended Lewis Dunk.

7⃣ A Man City player

But who? Any one of their attacking talents, and even some defensive ones, could conceivably score highly at Newcastle.

However, if they win then they’re assured of the title, which casts doubt over how much their stars will play from thereon in.

With rotation inevitable, bringing in City players with so few games left – and a Champions League final on the horizon – could be risky business.