Fantasy Premier League Tips
Gameweek 36 Captain Tips – Double Double Points!
It’s that time of week again everyone, where we turn our attention towards our captain tips. This week is particularly important as there are 8 teams playing twice in Fantasy Premier League double gameweek 36. Therefore choosing the right captain for gameweek 36 has perhaps never been so important, as you’ll get double points in two games if you select wisely and look at the players from teams playing twice – hence the title of this post ‘double double points title’.
Our gameweek 36 captain tips look list several players we think’ll do the business, and our captain choices are heavily focused on the midfielders and forwards in this season’s fantasy premier league competition, as we feel that defenders may struggle for clean sheets this time round, largely because it’s squeaky bum time. There are teams fighting for survival, teams fighting for European qualification (although if Chelsea win this season’s Champions League, then whoever finishes fourth will not qualify for next season’s competition) and then there’s the MUST win derby match at the Etihad, where Manchester City need 3 points to ensure they’re still well and truly in the title race. With all that in mind, we’re thinking that it could be difficult for fantasy football managers to select the right man for the job….for that reason, here are our captain tips for gameweek 36:
FANTASY PREMIER LEAGUE GAMEWEEK 36 CAPTAIN TIPS
Papiss Cisse – Newcastle – £8.0m (A) vs Wigan & (A) vs Chelsea
Luis Suarez – Liverpool – £9.2m (A) vs Norwich & (H) vs Fulham
Nikica Jelavic – Everton – £6.0m (H) vs Fulham & (A) vs Stoke City
Yohan Cabaye or Hatem Ben Arfa- Newcastle – £5.9m & £6.1m (A) vs Wigan & (A) vs Chelsea
Gareth Bale – Tottenham – £9.2m (H) vs Blackburn & (A) vs Bolton
As with our early tips for gameweek 36, the list is a little longer than usual, but with 8 teams playing twice, it’s worth having a few options in mind, and we’re sure that most fantasy premier league managers will have at least a few of the above players in their starting lineups. One word of warning – Johan Cabaye is ‘doubtful’ at the moment with 75% chance of playing, but we’re sure he’ll feature in both games given the importance of Newcastle’s fixtures and the opposition.
Good luck again everyone, and keep the comments coming in if you need a had with your selection.