Fantasy Football

Fantasy Football Tips – Game Week 29

Now that the horrendous Game Week 28 is behind us, the PUPcast Fantasy team return with this weekend’s Premier League Fantasy Football Tips..


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GK – Jordan Pickford – 4.1m

The young Englishman is being hailed as the next goalkeeper to line out for the national side and facing a poor Burnley team who have struggled on their travels combined with a low price, a clean sheet and bonus is a possibility.


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DEF – Ben Davis – 4.7m

With Danny Rose injured for the foreseeable future we have seen Ben Davis emerge into the Spur starting XI accumulating 11 points from his 2 recent starts. Spurs have the second best defensive record of the league and with Pochetino’s wing back style of attack, the Spurs defender has a solid chance and bagging you Fantasy points.


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MID – Heung-Min Son – 6.8m

Harry Kane’s injury will have disgruntled many Fantasy Football players and a decent replacement will need to be sourced as we come to the business end of the season. Although he has only featured in the absence of Kane, Son has been prominent in collecting points with 76 points in games he has players over 60 minutes in. This transfer may prove pivotal in gaining those vital Fantasy points.


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ATT – Jamie Vardy – 9.7m

Jamie “King of the Rats” Vardy has resurfaced last season’s form since the removal of Claudio Ranieri with 2 goals and 1 assist coupled with an outstanding Champions League performance against Sevilla. Leicester’s upcoming fixtures suit an in-form striker; West Ham, Stoke and Sunderland, the PUPcast expect Vardy to be having a Fantasy party.

Bargain Picks

Andros Townsend – 5.8m

Josh King – 5.6m

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