Chelsea’s Loic Remy & The 5 #FPL Players You MUST Pick For GW32
DEFENDER: Phil Jagielka – £5.6m (Away v Swansea)
The winning goal, a clean sheet and the full three bonus points against Southampton last time out ensured a pretty healthy haul for Everton’s main man at the back Phil Jagielka, who will be confident of impressing again as he goes to Swansea.
The Blues have been less than impressive this season but following three successive league wins there are just a couple of signs that things are beginning turn for them as they enter the home straight, and Jagielka has been a key part of that.
MIDFIELDER: Jordan Henderson – £6.6m (Home v Newcastle)
Four goals in his last six league games make Jordan Henderson a pretty hot property right now, both in the Fantasy game and in the real one if his contract negotiations are anything to go by.
Liverpool’s leader in waiting really appears to be stepping up to the void soon to be filled by Steven Gerrard, and at home to Newcastle side who once again appear to be playing out the season without much fanfare he is sure to have a few more chances in front of goal.
FORWARD: Loic Remy – £7.1m (Away v QPR)
It’s a gamble, but with injury issues once again hovering over Diego Costa and crucial goals which earned four points in Chelsea’s last two matches, it almost seems written in the stars for Loic Remy to score as he returns to his old club QPR.
The Frenchman has become a key player for Jose Mourinho as the Blues close in on the title, and he’s sure to be an interesting differential choice for more than a few managers this weekend.
THE OUTSIDER: Aaron Lennon – £6.2m (Away v Swansea)
When making your selections this weekend it’s important to have an eye on next weekend’s shortened fixture list, with four teams definitely not in action (Liverpool and Hull will join them if the Reds have beaten Blackburn in the cup after the time of writing).
A look at those Gameweek 33 fixtures sees Everton at home to Burnley, a game that will give Aaron Lennon a chance to improve upon the goal and assist he takes into Saturday’s clash with Swansea, another which offers cause for optimism for the improving visitors.
THE CAPTAIN: Eden Hazard – £11.1m (Away v QPR)
We go back to Chelsea for our captaincy pick, with those who stuck with Eden Hazard last weekend rewarded with a goal and an assist in the Blues’ win over Stoke.
Every three points matter for Mourinho’s men at the moment, and at a time when Costa and Cesc Fabregas seem to be stuttering, it is to the Belgian that the Portuguese is rightly turning to for inspiration.