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Gameweek 23 in the Fantasy Premier League has proven that Manchester City’s assets are solidly safe and have great success in the 4-1 win over champions Liverpool at Anfield.
Imagine what you might be able to do in Double Gameweek 24. Citizens meet Tottenham at home before traveling to Everton.
The three other teams that play twice in this round are the Toffees themselves, Burnley and Fulham.
Leicester and Liverpool fight while Arsenal and Chelsea align Leeds and Newcastle.
Elsewhere, Man United is on their way to West Brom.
Here are some tips to guide you through GW24.
CAPTAIN – RAHEEM STERLING | MAN CITY | 11.6M.
Raheem Sterling has been in good shape lately with goals in each of his last three Premier League starts, while he also scored in the FA Cup win over Swansea City mid-week.
What the English winger has been missing, however, is the explosive performance that we know he is capable of. He’s done three double-digit runs this season, but no mammoth has returned yet.
Could he finally tear himself away with two bites of the cherry this time? With a share of almost 13 percent, this would give those who command him a very decent differential boost.
ILKAY GUNDOGAN (6.0 m) is also in shape of his life with nine goals and a support in his last 11 games. He even seems excused from the rotation as Kevin De Bruyne was on pause while Rodri and Fernandinho injuries make him even more crucial, although he may be forced to take on a slightly deeper role which is why he is not our first choice. Also, he may now no longer have any penalties. Ederson, anyone?
EDINSON CAVANI (7.9 m) looks sharper and sharper with every minute of playing time that he gets under his belt. He has scored in the last two GWs and West Brom last conceded a goal in GW10.
TO GET ONE
GABRIEL JESUS | MAN CITY | 9.2 million
Sergio Aguero’s return doesn’t seem to be in sight and that has led Pep Guardiola to put a little more trust in Gabriel Jesus, who has recently rewarded her with outstanding performances. He has scored four goals and one assist in his last six appearances in all competitions and has a goal turnout every 81.4 minutes on average.
ONE TO AVOID
ANDY ROBERTSON | LIVERPOOL | 7.3M.
Simply put, Andy Robertson doesn’t justify his price. At 7.3 m it is overpriced and has faded out five GWs in a row. The attacking left-back always has decent attack potential, but the fact remains that regular goals conceded are a top priority and Liverpool’s defense is currently proving to be overly unreliable.
MATTHEW LOWTON | BURNLEY | 4.5M
If you’re looking for offensive returns from Matthew Lowton, don’t hold your breath. The Burnley right-back has yet to register or assist a goal this season. It does, however, provide a cheap and safe way in their defense that has been blessed with some very engaging DGW games.
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