Here’s another way to give you player suggestions for your fantasy premier league transfers. We pretend we have an wildcard to use. It gives player picks with greater longevity than just the next gameweek
FANTASY PREMIER LEAGUE WILDCARD TIPS – OUR IMAGINARY WILDCARD FOR GW4
So here’s our picks for the imaginary wildcard. This time we’ve done 2 alternatives. The first has no viable Aguero GW6 solution whereas the second one does of sorts. The article brings together our ones to watch articles into a team structure to help you make picks for your transfers at different positions and values.
There’s no details on individual players in this article. You can get these from the ones to watch articles. Here’s the links in different positions:
Ok so here’s the teams. They’re both pretty affordable value at my team value of a paltry £100.6m. Below the team I’ll give some brief words on team structure and player selection:
TEAM STRUCTURE AND PLAYER SELECTION
So the structure again revolves around 3-4-3. However I’ve gone for Cech as Arsenal has such good fixtures and the outfield defenders are all £6.0m minimum. Pickford at the moment is my best £4.0m GK option
I’ve stuck with the 2 premium defenders plus 3 cheapies to rotate. Man Utd hold both places but Spurs overrule Man City on fixtures in the first. The second team needs to trim funds to get Aguero back in so Stones and Evans are the sacrifices.
The attacking areas are where it’s a bit different. The first team realistically is based around 3 big players at the core. It’s impossible to get Aguero back in with 2 transfers for GW6 in the first version without sacrificing one of the core of Ibrahimovic, Hazard and Sanchez.
The second team does have a solution of sorts. Lukaku would be upgraded to Aguero with Sterling downgraded to about £5.0m. There’s £0.9m in the bank
Antonio and Defoe or Hernandez and Sterling is the choice.
Which one you prefer depends on your view of your core team. 3 big names or 4?
In both I’ve stuck with 3 £4.5m ish maximum value players on the bench within the structure
Thats it. Brief but as I said all the detail on players is in the “ones to watch” articles
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