Round 35 looks to be shaping up nicely, with games on the cards that will have a big say on not only the bottom but the top of the league fantasy managers are going to have plenty of opportunities to pick up points this weekend.
Having covered off both goalkeepers and defenders already this week we turn our attention to midfielders for the impending fixture week and with quite a few of the big names having good fixtures this could be a week they excel.
There is also one or two differentials in this week’s midfielders, at this point in the season managers are going to have to take a risk but hopefully after guidance from our coaches you won’t be exposed to too much risk.
Stephane Sessegnon (Sunderland) £4.2 million Fixture: Aston Villa (Away)
As we prepare for round 35 of the Irish Times Fantasy Premier League one game that sticks out this coming weekend is the visit of Sunderland to Villa Park as they take on fellow strugglers Aston Villa.
Gareth Bale (Tottenham) £5.4 million Fixture: Wigan (Away)
There is no arguing that Gareth Bale has been one, if not the most influential players in the fantasy premier league this season, the Tottenham midfielder has brought in a huge amount of fantasy points and that trend looks set to continue.
Samir Nasri (Manchester City) £5.1 million Fixture: West Ham (Home)
Samir Nasri has certainly not been a man we have spoken about all that often this season and considering the abilities and the fantasy returns posted by his team mates this season it is no surprise that he has been the somewhat forgotten man.
Juan Mata (Chelsea) £5.3 million Fixture: Swansea (Home)
As fantasy premier league managers know it is all about form and fixtures heading into the final weeks of the season and with many managers looking to make up ground the final weeks of the season team selection is going to be crucial.
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