As the final fixtures of the fantasy premier league fast approaches our thoughts have turned to just who should lead the line on the last day of the season, with many team simply going through the motions fantasy points may be hard to come by.
After Tuesday night’s game that saw Wigan eventually relegated those teams at the bottom can breath a collective sigh of relief as their Premier League status is assured for next season.
This of course could lead to problems for fantasy managers, with all those teams now safe the need for them to produce a performance is now diminished, meaning it could be a very lean week for fantasy points.
But luckily our coaches are on hand to give you their advice ahead of round 38 of the Irish Times Fantasy Premier League.
Daniel Sturridge (Liverpool) £6.4 million Fixture: QPR (Home)
With many fantasy premier league managers looking to freshen up their front line ahead of the final fixtures this coming Sunday one of the big questions is whether or not Daniel Sturridge is a must have.
Lukas Podolski (Arsenal) £6.6 million Fixture: Newcastle (Away)
Tuesday night’s victory over Wigan was one that was badly needed by the Gunners if they were to remain ahead of their north London rivals Tottenham in the race for the Champions League and this weekend’s game is no different.
Andy Carroll (West Ham) £6.5 million Fixture: Reading (Home)
If ever there was a player that was a sure fire differential that Andy Carroll has to be it, the former Newcastle man heads into the final game of the season against Reading showing some of the best form we have seen from him in well over 18 months.
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