GW35 fantasy football tips – Andrew Ferguson reviews his GW34 teams in FPL, TFF, Sky and Sun plus outlines his plans for GW35 


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Here’s our GW35 fantasy football tips article where Andrew Ferguson reviews his GW34 teams in FPL, TFF, Sky and Sun and outlines his plans for GW35.   Andrew finished top 1k in TFF, Sky and FPL plus 15k in Sun in 17/18.

GW35 fantasy football tips – Andrew Ferguson reviews his GW34 teams in FPL, TFF, Sky and Sun plus outlines his plans for GW35 

Fantasy premier league

Weekly Score: 30  Overall Rank: 68,407

What a nightmare season this has turned into. My wildcard could not have gone any worse with only my Spurs players and single gameweek Liverpool players scoring me anything. A gameweek rank of 5.9m says it all. Wolves and Brighton were dreadful and then Deeney capped it off with a red card, a simply unbelievable gameweek. I would have made the same decisions again so no regret there, just maybe used the wildcard at the wrong time. My pre-wildcard team would have bagged me around 50 points more…

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On to GW35 and a big double gameweek. My plan was to bench boost this gameweek however my bench is looking pretty bleak so I don’t seem the point; as I have been struggling to find a good time to use my triple captain chip I will be using it this week now on either Jiminez or my sub in, Aguero for Vardy. Son is also a good option though may have more reduced minutes than the other two. I really want Sterling back but can’t fit him in without hits and to me Spurs home game next week against West Ham is better than City’s away to Burnley so I’m going to keep Eriksen instead for the time being. My plan now will likely to bench boost in GW36 when Brighton host Newcastle; their final decent remaining fixture.

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Telegraph Fantasy Football

Weekly Score: 50  Overall Rank: 105  Transfers: 2

Another good week with City and Liverpool doing well on the Sunday for me allowing me to hold a decent rank. I made two transfers this weekend, firstly Azpilicueta to Jota and whilst this didn’t pay off immediately, Wolves have great fixtures for the remainder of the season. I also transferred out Jesus to Aguero which was unlucky as Jesus came on and scored. I have an excellent set of fixtures for my team this week with all having two games (including Liverpool v Huddersfield next Friday night) so I am hoping to comfortably break the top 100 by the end of the week, fingers crossed.

With City crashing out of the Champion’s League I expect them to go full strength for the league run-in so I am very happy having good representation of them. My planner tells me that after Liverpool play Huddersfield, City then have four games left to Liverpool’s two, of which they may rest Salah/Mane/TAA due to the Champion’s League semi-final ties against Barca. With this in mind I will likely switch out Mane to De Bruyne for a big assault on those final City fixtures and FA Cup final.

I would ideally like Son for the Brighton and West Ham games but I don’t have enough transfers or funds for this and the other moves. He will also likely be rested for the Bournemouth game in GW37 for Ajax. My other transfer could potentially be used on something like Robertson to Bernardo or Walker.

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Sky Sports fantasy football

Weekly Score: 66  Overall Rank: 34  Transfers: 1

Not a good weekend for me with my Jimenez Saturday cap blanking whilst Pogba cappers in particular got a little lucky as Kane’s cap replacement. Sunday was better with the Sterling cap and Liverpool clean sheets although it was TAA who cleaned up with the bonus. My lack of transfers is now starting to tell as I crawl towards the end of the season but am still hopeful for a decent finish.

My final decision is whether to take out Kane for Son, Aguero or Salah. Aguero may play more as the other two have Champion’s League games but I do have Sterling as cap cover which is a factor. I don’t have any Spurs players and they do have two plum home fixtures on Tuesday and Saturday and whilst Salah hosts Huddersfield on Friday I do have Robertson and Allison as back-up. I will likely switch out Kane for Son on Saturday when the line-ups come out. My caps this weekend will likely be Sterling or Jimenez, Robertson, Hazard, Son and Jimenez.

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Sun Dream Team

Team 1

Weekly Score: 105  Overall Rank: 46,803

A average week although there were points aplenty thanks to Liverpool and City. Chelsea defence was shocking which saw a slip but I am glad I held off on bringing in Kane. Multiple games again this gameweek so a chance for more gains across the board.

My final April transfer will be Azpilicuata to Son, a no-brainer.

Sun Dream Team 

Team 2

Weekly Score: 114  Overall Rank: 2,770

Same as above in regard to returns over the weekend and week to come.

The final April transfer will be Jesus to Son.

I will confirm all my transfers on Twitter (my Twitter handle is @Fergi222, give me a follow!) by the respective deadlines so keep an eye out.

Good luck everyone for GW35!

Other stuff

If you’re needing to plan transfers use Joseph Crilleys google spreadsheet which is an excellent team planning tool.

Also see the Geek’s early transfer and captain thoughts our recent form article and our GW34 review article

See also our 10 top FPL managers article

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2 thoughts on “GW35 fantasy football tips – Andrew Ferguson reviews his GW34 teams in FPL, TFF, Sky and Sun plus outlines his plans for GW35 ”

  1. If you bring in Gray for Deeney the double will offset the -4. Now you have the same bench as originally planned and a player for the next 3 weeks too. While that might still be a weak bench, the only real new info is about Duffy, weaker than thought, but not by much, were you expecting clean sheets against Wolves and Spurs? So, a bench boost will give about the same points as what was expected.

    By the way, the bench boost was preordained to not be super, do you or anyone want a strong bench with so few weeks to go?

    (PS: There are other choices, Wilson will fit (but leaving no funds itb.))

  2. Andrew, I’m in a similar situation to you but I bowed to the pressure and got Sterling. This despite my near certainty that he won’t score in the two games and that he can’t keep it up. Also fatigue will be an issue. But there seems to be a lot of folk captaining him. I hate making changes out of fear, though, they rarely come off. Got rid of Eriksen, watch him flourish.

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