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Fantasy Football Tips – Game Week 36 – The Double Game Week

The PUPcast return with more Fantasy Football Tips to help you during this double game week.

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GK – Tom Heaton, Burnley – £ 5.2m

This week Burnley take on Watford after an impressive 2-0 win against Palace. Watford haven’t won away from home since January when they beat Arsenal 2-1 and the PUPcast expect Heaton to keep another clean sheet at Turf Moore.

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DEF – Laurent Koscielny, Arsenal – £ 6.1 m

After a disappointing display against their rivals Spurs last week, Arsenal will be looking to bounce back this double game week. Koscielny is always a consistent performer for the gunners and the PUPcast expect Arsenal to keep at least one clean sheet against Southampton or Manchester United.

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MID – Joshua King, Bournemouth – £ 6.2 m

Joshua King has two goals and two assists in his last two games and has helped Bournemouth climb to 10th in the Premier League table. This weekend they’re at home to Stoke who have struggled all season and the PUPcast expect King to score again.

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ATT – Manolo Gabbiadini, Southampton – £6.5 m

The Saints’ striker failed to net last week but with Southampton playing a double game week he will surely be worth the investment. Southampton play Liverpool and Arsenal which are tough games but both teams have poor defensive records. Gabbiadini is a good choice for the captaincy.

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