Fantasy Premier League Gameweek 20 kicks off on Saturday the 28th of December at 12:30 pm UK time, when Brighton play host to Bournemouth.
Gameweek 20 will end on Sunday the 29th of December, with Sheffield United traveling to Manchester City.
So, all of your transfers for GW20 need to be done by 11:30 am UK time on Sunday.
But if you are struggling to choose who to sign and who to sell this week, here are some tips.
Three in including Liverpool defender
Trent Alexander-Arnold (7.3)
Trent Alexander-Arnold is arguably the best attacking full-back in the English top-flight.
The youngster has cemented himself as the main right-back in arguably the best team in England right now.
And TAA was in fine form once again last game week.
Liverpool took on 2nd place Leicester at the King Power on Thursday and emerged with a resounding 4-0 victory.
Alexander-Arnold played a pivotal role in said victory with the defender scoring one and assisting three in the game.
After that superb display, TAA is now the top defender on FPL this term with a staggering 98 points earned.
It is also worth noting that since the start of last season, Alexander-Arnold has provided more assists in the Premier League than any other player, showing just what a solid asset he is for your FPL side.
— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) December 26, 2019
Dele Alli (8.9)
Tottenham are taking on Norwich City this game week.
The recently-promoted side are sat dead bottom of the Premier League with a quick return to the Championship staring them in the face.
Norwich are winless in their last five league outings and also currently have the worst defensive record in the English top-flight this term.
So, you should probably have a Spurs attacking player in your side for GW20.
With Heung-Min Son suspended your best choice is probably Dele Alli.
Alli has experienced an upshot in form since the arrival of Jose Mourinho in North London with the midfielder scoring four and assisting three in his last seven league ties.
Jonny Evans (5.2)
The final player you may wish to sign this week is Leicester defender, Jonny Evans.
The Foxes’ form has dipped off recently but to be fair to Brendan Rodgers’ side, their last two league fixtures have been against Manchester City and Liverpool.
And with Leicester taking on a very poor West Ham side this weekend, they are likely to be back to winning ways in GW20.
Leicester also still have the 3rd best defence in the PL this season, despite conceding four on Thursday.
As a result, it is likely Jonny Evans and co will keep another clean sheet vs 17th place West Ham.
Three out including Bournemouth attacker
Mason Mount (6.4)
Mason Mount had a great start to the 2019/20 campaign.
The promising young midfielder would net four in his first eight Premier League appearances this campaign, making him a great budget option for your FPL side.
However, Mount’s goal contributions have tailed off in recent weeks.
In fact, in his last nine league outings, Mount has scored just once and provided no assists.
So, you would probably be better served selling Mount and signing someone like James Maddison.
Callum Wilson (7.4)
Callum Wilson has been a pretty decent option for FPL players over the last few seasons now.
The Bournemouth forward is usually fairly well priced and often produces goals on a regular basis.
However, Wilson’s goalscoring form has declined dramatically recently.
In fact, Wilson has not provided a single goal or assist since all the way back in GW7 of this season.
Sebastien Haller (7.0)
Sebastien Haller had a decent start to the season and looked like a reasonably priced forward for your FPL side.
However, much like Wilson, Haller’s form has declined as the season has gone on.
The Frenchman has found the back of the net once in his last seven PL outings for West Ham whilst also providing no assists.
If you are indeed looking to replace Haller or Wilson, a good option would be someone like Danny Ings.
Ings is cheaper than both of the aforementioned forwards and he has already scored 11 league goals this campaign.
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