Gameweek 36 Fantasy Football Tips
GW36 (from): Cech, Foster, Ridgewell, Jagielka, Huth, Cahill, Walker, Bale, Sigurdsson, Van der Vaart, Pienaar, Mata, Adebayor, Cisse, Jelavic
Chelsea, Everton, Fulham, Liverpool, Newcastle and Stoke all play twice during Gameweek 36.
Papiss Cisse (NEW)
Cisse continued his incredible goalscoring run with a further goal against Stoke last time out. Papiss Cisse is the most in-form player currently in the Premier League and has found the back of the net in each of the last six gameweeks. The Senegalese striker has bagged nine goals in six games and has added bonus points to his tally for the last six gameweeks. The trip to the DW Stadium will likely give Cisse a chance to extend his goalscoring run even further.
Sergio Aguero (MCI)
Sergio Aguero added his 22nd goal of the season last time out to help consign Wolverhampton Wanderers to relegation. The Argentine forward has clearly relished the link up with compatriot Carlos Tevez and Aguero has now scored five goals in the last three gameweeks. Along with five bonus points and a further two assists, Aguero looks best placed to pick up fantasy points against city rivals Manchester United on Monday night. Aguero also scored in the reverse fixture at Old Trafford, which Manchester City won 6-1.
Wayne Rooney (MUN)
Rooney’s brace against former club Everton made it four goals in two games. Rooney is just one goal short of Premier League top goalscorer Robin Van Persie in the race for the Golden Boot and the England striker will be desperate to make an impact in the Manchester derby on Monday. Rooney is on penalty duties for the Red Devils and is Manchester United’s most in-form player currently.
Fantasy Football Transfers
Steven Pienaar (EVE) – £7.0m
South African midfielder Steven Pienaar has emerged as one of the most in-form midfielders recently and in the last five gameweeks Pienaar has scored two goals, picked up three assists and collected three bonus points. The on-loan midfielder from Spurs will play Fulham at Goodison Park, before travelling to the Britannia Stadium in a double gameweek for Everton. Pienaar is now a regular in the Everton side after featuring for the full 90 minutes in each of the last seven gameweeks.
Nikica Jelavic (EVE) – £5.9m
The Croatian striker has now scored in his last three away games for the Toffee’s scoring five goals along the way. Jelavic picked up a brace against Manchester United last time out in Gameweek 35 and appears to be the focal point inEverton’s attack. The improvement of Pienaar, Osman and Fellaini will also increase the service to the former Rangers striker who also enjoys a double gameweek against Fulham and Everton.