Fantasy Premier League: Gameweek 24 Tips

by Phil McGrath on February 6, 2015

Well as it transpired Transfer Deadline Day turned out to be a dud. With very little happening around the grounds fantasy managers could be forgiven for being more than a little disappointed.   

Alexis Sanchez looks set for another week on the sidelines as Arsene Wenger admits the Chilean international is at least another week away from returning, while reports suggest the Cesc Fabregas is also set to miss out this weekend, with new boy Juan Cuadrado in line for his first start for the league leaders. 

Elsewhere there isn’t too much to report, although Brendan Rodgers response of “we’ll see” over whether or not he intends to start Daniel Sturridge this weekend is set to leave us sweating ahead of the Merseyside Derby. 

With that said, there is no shortage of talent on show this weekend and with both City and Chelsea facing favourable fixtures the pair look set for some heavy investment as those still left with their winter wildcard wield it into action before it expires at 11:30am this Saturday morning.  


Thibaut Courtois (Chelsea) £5.9 million Fixture: Villa (Away)

Joe Hart  (Man City) £6.1 million Fixture: Hull (Home)


Pablo Zabaleta (Man City) £6.5 million Fixture: Hull (Home)

Branislav Ivanovic (Chelsea) £7.2 million Fixture: Villa (Away)

Nathaniel Clyne (Southampton) £5.8 million Fixture: QPR (Away)

Joel Ward (Crystal Palace) £4.7 million Fixture: Leicester (Away)


Raheem Sterling (Liverpool) £8.4 million Fixture: Everton (Away) 

David Silva (Man City) £9.3 million Fixture: Hull (Home)

Santi Cazorla (Arsenal) £8.4 million Fixture: Spurs (Away)

Eden Hazard (Chelsea) £10.8 million Fixture: Villa (Away)


Sergio Aguero (Man City) £12.7 million Fixture: Hull (Home)

Olivier Giroud (Arsenal) £8.3 million Fixture: Spurs (Away)

Daniel Sturridge (Liverpool) £11.2 million Fixture: Everton (Away) 

Let us know your thoughts, who has made it into your team, have we left someone out, or do you think that we have got it completely wrong? leave a comment below and let us know!