Football Tips David Silva & Sergio Aguero - Manchester City

Published on March 31st, 2016 | by Sportingly Better Tipster

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Fantasy Football Tips – Gameweek 32

Tottenham’s Harry Kane scored twice as Mauricio Pochettino’s side beat Bournemouth to keep the club on the coattails of league leaders Leicester.

Sportingly Better picks out the best fantasy football tips for Gameweek 32, as Liverpool face Spurs.

Captain Choices

Sergio Aguero (MCI)

Sergio Aguero will be looking to fire Manchester City back to winning aways after a disappointing derby defeat to Manchester United last time out.

The talismanic forward has scored 16 goals this term, but a run of just two goals in five games has coincided with his side’s poor run of form.

 

Aguero was absent in the reverse fixture back in October, which the Citizens won 5-1 and given the hosts porous backline expect the Argentinean forward to hit the back of the net at least once this weekend.

Dimitri Payet (WHU)

Dimitri Payet picked up his fourth assist in five games, as the Hammers held Chelsea to a 2-2 draw.

The Frenchman goes into Gameweek 32 as the most in-form midfielder in the Premier League and the former Marseille player is largely considered to be the signing of the season.

Payet bagged a goal in the reverse fixture against Crystal Palace last year and given the form of Slaven Bilic’s side, expect West Ham’s star turn to produce the goods again at Upton Park.

Transfer Tips

Hector Bellerin (ARS) – £6.3m

Arsenal right back Hector Bellerin illustrated his attacking potential yet again, with his third assist in his last two games.

The Spanish full back has been part of 13 clean sheets for the Gunners this season and a double fixture boost in Gameweek 34, makes the defender a sensible transfer this week.

Visitors Watford have struggled for goals over the last two months and with Arsenal eager to solidify their automatic Champions League hopes, expect the Gunners to pick up the win against Watford this weekend.

Michail Antonio (WHU) – £5.3m

Three goals in four games by Michail Antonio has given West Ham renewed hope for a top-four finish after holding Chelsea to a draw last time out.

The direct wide man has scored six goals and picked up five assists since making the step up from the Championship with Nottingham Forest this season and given West Ham’s desire to continue to fight for Champions League football, expect Antonio to continue to flourish for the Hammers.

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