Fantasy Premier League Gameweek 25 kicks off on Saturday the 1st of February at 12:30 pm UK time, when Leicester play host to Chelsea.
Gameweek 25 will end on Sunday the 2nd of February, with Manchester City traveling to Tottenham.
So, all of your transfers for GW25 need to be done by 11:30 am UK time on Saturday.
But if you are struggling to choose who to sign and who to sell this week, here are some tips.
Three in including Liverpool forward
Mohamed Salah (12.6)
With Sadio Mane expected to miss Liverpool’s upcoming clash with Southampton, you should probably have another of the Reds’ forwards in your side this gameweek.
Your best bet is likely going to be Mohamed Salah.
The Egyptian is having another emphatic season, netting 12 and assisting six in the league.
And after scoring in midweek, Salah has overtaken Mane on the FPL midfielder leaderboard, with only Manchester City’s Kevin De Bruyne above him.
Yes, Liverpool are taking on a much-improved Southampton side this weekend.
But Jurgen Klopp’s side are at home, and also look pretty unstoppable against any opponent this term.
Liverpool are undefeated in the league this season, and have a 19-point lead atop the table.
As such, given their scintillating form, coupled with the absence of Mane, there is a good chance that Salah will step up this weekend to deliver the goods.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (10.7)
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has finished serving the three-match ban he picked up vs Crystal Palace earlier this month.
As a result, you would assume that Arsenal’s top scorer would be straight back into the starting eleven this weekend.
The former Borussia Dortmund hitman has netted 14 and provided three assists in the league this term.
And with Arsenal taking on Burnley this game week, you should fancy Aubameyang to add to that total on Sunday.
The last time that the Clarets picked up a win over the Gunners was back in 2009, with Arsenal having won 12 of the last 13 meetings between the sides.
Jack Grealish (6.7)
The final player that you may wish to sign this week is Jack Grealish.
The Englishman has arguably been Villa’s standout star this campaign, and put in another stellar display earlier this week vs Leicester.
In the league, Grealish has scored seven and assisted six this term for the relegation-battlers.
And with Villa taking on an out of form Bournemouth side in GW25, there is a decent chance that Grealish, who is a great budget option at just 6.7, will be amongst the goals this weekend.
Three out including Manchester United attacker
John Lundstram (5.1)
John Lundstram was, in the first half of the campaign, a gift for FPL users.
With an initial starting price of 4.0 and named as a defender, Lundstram was playing in midfield for one of the tightest defenses in the league, and picking up a decent amount of goals and assists.
However, in recent times, Lundstram’s contributions have been less frequent.
The defender has not scored or assisted for the Blades since GW17, and in his last three league outings, he hasn’t managed more than 69 minutes.
Also, with the arrival of coveted midfielder Sander Berge to Sheffield United, Lundstram may find his playing time reduced even further.
As a result, you may wish to consider cashing in on Lundstram this week.
Anthony Martial (7.9)
With Marcus Rashford sidelined, some FPL users may have decided to replace the Englishman with Anthony Martial.
In theory that wouldn’t have been a terrible idea, as with Rashford out, Manchester United will likely have been hoping for Martial to step up his goalscoring exploits.
However, despite being United’s most senior forward, the Frenchman has been struggling in recent weeks.
As a result, you would be better served selling Martial and signing someone like Danny Ings.
Bernardo Silva (7.8)
The final player you may wish to sell this gameweek is Bernardo Silva.
The midfielder has been getting a decent amount of game time this season, and is by no means in terrible form.
But Silva is simply not chipping in with enough goals and assists to warrant a spot in your FPL side.
Silva has scored five and assisted four in the PL this term, but his last goal contribution in the English top-flight was nine gameweeks ago.
If you are looking for a replacement for Silva, a decent shout would be the above-mentioned Jack Grealish.