A first red arrow in what seems like an age led to a drop of 373 places and a slight reduction in our lead at the top of our own mini-league. With Trystan away last week (and still away this week), it would appear that his spiel about being the driving force behind Team TSZ's success could be true...
Ahead of Saturday's 11:30am deadline, we have combed through all 20 Premier League press conferences to bring FPL managers the need-to-know team news, injury updates and predicted XIs for DGW35.
With free hit chips aplenty set for deployment in DGW35, we assess the best single and double gameweek options. Those transfer targets are also on the radar of managers building a squad for the season run-in, with Troy Deeney replacements a key consideration. The triple captain chip may also be popular this week as bench boosters with Brighton assets are tempted into a slight strategy switch.
It’s hard to know where to begin with Gameweek 34, really. A period headlined by FPL trolls, worldies and Shane Duffy (£4.8m), who was heavily-captained by experts and the week’s many Wildcard users.
While the cat's away (Trystan is in Australia), the boys will play! Well, basically Adam, Rob and Tim had more air time to squeeze their thoughts in ahead of a busy old Double Gameweek 35. Esports guru Alex Sarwar joined the team to discuss the miserable and overrated GW34, which players to target for this crunch GW35, potential captains, and some controversial picks are made in our differentials league!
With four extra fixtures this week, we gorge out on double gameweekers in our captaincy analysis. Players from Man City, Spurs, Arsenal and Wolves all feature, while a Watford forward offers an uber-differential option for maverick managers.
It’s been a week of celebration here at Team TSZ towers, with both Rob and myself (Tim) celebrating the arrival of a baby girl to our respective households. While sleepless nights await us, our fellow rivals are losing sleep over Team TSZ and our latest green arrow - an eighth in a row.
Ahead of this evening's 7:00pm deadline, we will be combing through all 20 Premier League press conferences to bring FPL managers the need-to-know team news, injury updates and predicted XIs for DGW34.
Harry Kane’s potentially season-ending ankle injury has put a spanner in the wildcard works. Our pre-GW34 analysis looks at the schedule of every team with two fixtures in DGW35, while also assessing transfer targets from single-gameweek sides. For the legions of FPL bosses deploying a wildcard this week we focus on form, rotation and building a squad capable of managing the run-in.
Harry Kane limped down the tunnel in pain during Tuesday night’s Champions League quarter-final between Tottenham and Man City, throwing a huge spanner in the works of many Wildcards. Managers were already debating whether to put faith in Watford before their cup final, whether to double-up on Liverpool assets or whether to go heavy on a Man City side fighting on so many fronts. Now the midfield congestion increases with the desire to cover Spurs for their home meeting with Huddersfield.
Here is a list of players who are ineligible to face their parent clubs in the Premier League, a breakdown of players currently suspended/close to a suspension, and a list of players currently away on international duty.
GW34 doublers Brighton and Cardiff supply an armband option each this week, while three English attackers are the premium assets in contention for the captaincy.
Ahead of tonight's 7:00pm deadline, we have combed through all 12 Premier League press conferences to bring FPL managers the need-to-know team news, injury updates and predicted XIs for BGW33.
We assess the best transfer options in BGW33 for those ‘dead-ending’ their squads and using free hits, while also casting an eye over potential wildcard targets for FPL bosses set to wield that chip before Friday’s 7:00pm deadline.