Fantasy Premier League 2019/20 Gameweek 29: Three in, three out

Fantasy Premier League Gameweek 29 kicks off on Saturday the 7th of March at 12:30 pm UK time, when Liverpool play host to Bournemouth.

Gameweek 29 will end on Wednesday the 11th of March, with Arsenal travelling to Manchester City

So, all of your transfers for GW29 need to be done by 11:30 am UK time on Saturday the 7th.

But, if you are struggling to choose who to sign and who to sell this week, here are some tips.

Three in including Man City forward

Sergio Aguero (11.9)

Manchester City were not in Premier League action last weekend, as they were competing in the League Cup final.

As a result, the Citizens have been handed a double game week this time around.

So, it would probably be a good idea to have at least one Man City player in your side this week.

Granted, City are playing Manchester United and Arsenal in GW29, which doesn’t sound like the easiest set of games.

But City have already beaten United at Old Trafford this term, in the League Cup, and whilst Arsenal’s defence has improved, it is still made up of some error-prone individuals, which a side like Man City should be able to exploit.

The City player you should sign this week is Sergio Aguero. The Argentine has scored 16 in just 21 league appearances this term.

Kevin De Bruyne would also have been a good shout, but after missing out on the Birmingham tie earlier this week with a shoulder issue, Guardiola may decide against playing KDB in both ties.

Read what Pep had to say about the Belgian ahead of Man United here.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (11.1)

Along with City, Arsenal are the only other PL side to be handed two fixtures this game week.

Arsenal’s first game is against a relegation-battling West Ham side. And they will then, of course, take on Man City in the final tie.

Granted, City are a tough opponent and Arsenal may struggle to beat them. But City’s defence hasn’t been perfect this campaign, and someone like Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang could exploit it.

Aubameyang is the Gunners’ biggest attacking threat, having scored 17 and assisted three in the PL so far this season.

And whilst West Ham’s displays have improved somewhat recently, they still possess the 4th worst defence in the English top-flight ahead of this weekend’s action.

Dean Henderson (5.2)

One side who certainly have no problems keeping a tight defence this term are Sheffield United.

The Blades have conceded just 25 goals in 27 league ties this campaign. Only table-topping Liverpool have let in fewer goals.

Sheffield United are now set to face Norwich City this game week.

The Canaries are dead bottom of the PL, and have scored the second-fewest goals in the division this season.

As a result, you would fancy Dean Henderson to keep another clean sheet in GW29.

Sheffield United’s English goalkeeper Dean Henderson reacts during the English Premier League football match between Sheffield United and Liverpool at Bramall Lane in Sheffield, northern England on September 28, 2019. (Photo by Paul ELLIS / AFP)

Three out including Liverpool goalkeeper

Alisson (6.2)

One player you may wish to get rid of in order to sign Henderson this week is Liverpool’s Alisson.

The Brazilian has been in fine form since returning from injury in the first half of the season.

But Alisson now looks set to miss out on this weekend’s PL action.

Jurgen Klopp confirmed on Friday that Alisson will miss Liverpool’s tie with Bournemouth on Saturday.

Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson (right) leaves the pitch after picking up an injury during the Premier League match at Anfield, Liverpool. (Photo by Martin Rickett/PA Images via Getty Images)

Caglar Soyuncu (5.0)

Earlier in the campaign, Caglar Soyuncu looked a great budget defensive option.

Leicester were in top form and boasted the second-best defence in the Premier League for some time.

However, the Foxes’ form has dipped off during the last few months, and they have kept just one clean sheet in their last seven league ties.

As a result, you may be better served selling Soyuncu and signing someone like Sheffield United’s George Baldock.

LEICESTER, ENGLAND – AUGUST 31: Jonny Evans and Caglar Soyuncu of Leicester City after their sides 3-1 win during the Premier League match between Leicester City and AFC Bournemouth at The King Power Stadium on August 31, 2019 in Leicester, United Kingdom. (Photo by Robin Jones – AFC Bournemouth/AFC Bournemouth via Getty Images)

Neal Maupay (5.8)

Much like Soyuncu, Brighton’s Neal Maupay had a purple patch earlier in the season that may have made him an attractive budget option.

However, the Brighton hitman has been rather goal-shy of late.

Since game week 20, Maupay has found the back of the net for Brighton on just one occasion.

And with the Seagulls facing an in-form Wolves side this GW, it is hard to see Maupay putting an end to his goalscoring duct this week.

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