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ANS: Looking at the remaining fixtures, yes I think they are worth it. Both Manchester sides have looked very solid at the back and the cheaper options such as Nick Pope no longer look as appealing. If your team allows you to have one of them – ie. you don’t feel you are going to want 3 other City/United players – then I’d go for it.

Ederson – Arguably the most nailed on City asset, certainly more than their defenders. But he is more expensive.

De Gea – AWB and Maguire offer more scoring potential for the same price but if you don’t have room for a United defender then De Sea could prove to be a great pick.

I also like the look of Patricio, but again Wolves defenders are a better way into their defence.

ANS: Vardy hasn’t looked like scoring many points since the League restarted and I definitely think their are better value options out there. Both Rashford and Jesus look like good moves to me. Rashford has looked better than Jesus since the restart but now that Aguero is injured, we should expect Jesus to play a lot more minutes than normal for the rest of the season.

It’s hard to say which one you should go for as I can’t see the rest of your team. If it’s a straight up choice between Rashford and Jesus, I’d go for Rashford currently, but after Liverpool, Man City’s fixtures do look very appealing.

ANS: If I had to pick just one, it would be Serge Aurier (Spurs). He is £5m and only owned by 6.2% – however, his ownership is rising after he looked very threatening in the match against West Ham.

ANS: Spurs have a decent fixture run and the likes on Son and Kane are on my radar. I do like Bergwijn but I feel there is too much competition for places and wouldn’t be targeting any attacking Spurs players other than Son and Kane. Jose’s tactics are often a concern, but they face Sheffield United next who have not faired well since the league restarted.

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ANS: I would be opting for Boly over Coady as he is cheaper and more of a goal threat. I would also be concerned that Gomez might not start. You could downgrade him to a much cheaper option such as Holgate (£4.3m) and also downgrade Foster to save some more funds. Arsenal keeper Martinez could be an option at just £4.2m?
This would then allow you to upgrade some of the other players in your team.

ROB ALSO HAS HIS OWN YOUTUBE CHANNEL: FPLadvice, where he posts Gameweekly videos offering transfer advice to FPL Managers.

His video for Gameweek 32+ can be seen below:

 

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