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Fantasy Premier League Tips Week 32

Howdy everybody. The international break is over. The FPL website has this week pinned as GW 32 (even though this is GW31 for most teams thanks to some FA Cup nonsense). BUT everyone needs to start prepping for the all important GW 34 where we have a lot of teams double dipping. So keep that in mind if you're saving your 'Free hit' for something special. Lets get to the 3 jerrys that can help your squad this week.

3 Players To Play

Aaron Ramsey (Arsenal):

Arsenal host Stoke City and the Premier League’s worst defense on Sunday, so stack your team with Gunners. Ramsey underwent a small operation over the international break, but if he’s ready to go against the Potters, he should be heavily involved in the three or four goals that Arsenal put past Stoke.

Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez (West Ham):

17th-place West Ham host 18th-place Southampton at the seething cauldron of hate that is London Stadium on Saturday, and this dysfunctional battle of malcontents is our pick for Match of the Week.

We’ve only tasted seven Chichagols this season, but we smell an all-important eighth brewing, and this one’ll save the Hammers from relegation.

Glenn Murray (Brighton):

These are the matchups you have to watch out for in FPL: Brighton, at home, are basically just a win or two away from safety. They’ll be raring to go.

Leicester, their opponents, are safe and probably won’t come near to matching Brighton’s intensity on the day. Look to 34-year-old Brighton striker Glenn Murray to continue his cinderella season against the Foxes.


Christian Eriksen (Tottenham):

Without Harry Kane, we don’t fancy Tottenham’s attack at Stamford Bridge. It’s as simple as that. A draw would be a fantastic result for Spurs in the push for Champions League football, and that’s what Mauricio Pochettino’s men will be setup to do against Chelsea.


Gabriel Jesus (Manchester City):

With Sergio Aguero unlikely to play this weekend because of a knee injury, Jesus will lead the line for City when they visit Everton on Saturday night.

Everton are the latest club to reach the 40-point mark, and traditionally, that means they’ll spend the rest of the season alternating between partying and getting soundly beaten. With eight goals this season, the Brazilian forward could reach double figures in this match.

That is all this week. I'm curious if anyone even gets to this part in the video. So if you comment "waterbottle" then you will be entered to win a The18 water bottle. Enjoy the weekend folks.

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