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  • Writer's pictureTom Sullivan

Fantasy Premier League GW25 Review: Is it Chip Time?

With some blank gameweek fixtures soon on their way, it might be time for Free Hit and even Wildcard activations. For me it all depends on your team, as if you only need it to cover for the blank fixtures this time around, go with a Free Hit.And if your team happens to be an absolute mess, maybe think about opting for the latter.


So without further ado, let’s have a look at some transfer targets, for gaffers with or without a chip in mind.


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Simon Adingra netted a brace along with a neat 15-point return as The Seagulls put 5 past a 10-man Sheffield Unitedside. The AFCON champion has shown promise throughout the season in his performances, however consistency in terms of points is not certain. That being said, ties to Everton, Fulham, and Nottingham Forest could be just what the doctor ordered…

It certainly hasn’t been the best of times for Jarrod Bowen (£7.7m) and The Hammers as of late, however the return of Lucas Paquetá (£6.0m) could lift the English international’sform, as we’ve seen it do before. West Ham look ahead to Brentford, Everton, and Burnley, fixtures which could easily aid in curing the winger’s form.


Caoimhin Kelleher (£3.7m) puts forward an interesting case, as the joint cheapest keeper in the game now looks set to start until Alisson’s (£5.8m) return from injury, which is estimatedto be just before the start of April. The value is undoubtedly there, as only Arsenal can better The Reds for clean sheets so far.


Jarrad Branthwaite (£4.2m) offers as a cheap alternative for Wildcarders and Free Hitters alike. The Everton man can’t be trumped for points by any defender 4.5m or below, and although the Toffees do have tough upcoming games, you’ddo well to find anyone with greater point potential in his price range.



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