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  • Writer's pictureTom Sullivan

Fantasy Premier League GW22 Review: Can Spurs’ Starlets Shine?

After an impressive turnaround to come out as 3-2 winners against Brentford, Spurs now look ahead to some interesting fixtures on the horizon...

Pedro Porro (£5.9m) serves as an excellent premium option,and although he hasn’t been returning as much recently,things seem likely to change as he continues to lead the way as of late for chances created by defenders. And withupcoming ties to Everton, Brighton and Wolves, we should see some of those attempted assists come into fruition.Destiny Udogie (£4.8m) offers as a cheaper defensive alternative, after scoring last time out.


James Maddison (£7.9m) also looks to have picked up where he left off, as the midfield maestro assisted on his return, impressing throughout his side’s hard-fought victory. Richarlison (£7.0m) continued his consistent run of form, offering great value, particularly thanks to his registration as a midfielder. And although I’d personally prefer to give Maddison the nod, the pricing may leave you without a choice depending on your cash at hand.


Watchlist: Ones to Watch

Manchester City’s Phil Foden (£8.0m) proved once again why he’s owned by over a quarter of FPL bosses, assisting nicely in a comfortable win over Burnley. The Cityzens face Brentford and Everton in the next 2, then a notable double fixture week with ties to Chelsea and Brentford (again), before facing Bournemouth the week after.


Erling Haaland (£14.0m) also looks set to take advantage of these favourable fixtures, as he made a quiet return this time around. I’d highly recommend captaining the Norwegian talisman, as a return to his best should be soon to come.


The final member of this week’s watchlist is none other than Wolves’ Pedro Neto (£5.6m). The Portuguese international finished impressively along with winning a penalty in aclosely contested loss to Manchester United. The price is certainly attractive, but I would like to see more consistency,as the tricky winger comes off the back of an extensive injury.

 

 

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