In the 22nd week of the Fantasy Premier League doubles matches, we select five players


Harry Kane

All three top strikers – Kane, Cristiano Ronaldo and Romelu Lukaku – have twins. Ronaldo certainly has the option of punishing non-owners, but of all three, we almost prefer Kane as the pick for his potential as the differential.

It is true that in the attack of Tottenham there is no Son Heung-min to accompany him, but because of this he could become even more important in the work of Antonio Conte. Kane had three of three before an empty shot against Watford and his record against both Arsenal and Leicester is excellent.

James Maddison

First, there is concern about all of Leicester’s assets due to a possible delay due to lack of numbers. It wasn’t just Covid, but an injury and Afcon caused their rescheduled mid-week game against Everton to be canceled. There are currently no worries about Saturday’s trip to Burnley, but stay tuned for updates.

If it goes on, Maddison has a decent double in the second game against Tottenham at King Power. It’s been a long time since his last relegation to the league – a 1-0 win over Liverpool – but he’s been in great form by then and is still in only about 10% of teams.

Emmanuel Dennis

Watford have the best double team with two games – Newcastle (a) and Burnley (a) – and we have started to trust their attack as a cheap source of points, despite fighting at the wrong end of the table and a bit lean lately.

The next few games define the season for Claudio Ranieri’s team and Dennis will not travel to Afcon’s unexpected gift. With eight goals in his name, he plays more centrally than Josh King and will be well supported. He is also a potential differential captain.

Jarrod Bowen

Be careful not to be blinded by the duo. There are still a lot of players in one game with great games, not least in Liverpool, Everton and West Ham. If you are Free Hiting, remember to consider their times as well.

And if you still haven’t invested in in-form Bowen, what exactly are you waiting for? With two goals in mid-week victory over Norwich, Bowen, who now faces a porous Leeds defense, is seven returns in his last four games.

Tariq Lamptey

Warning: Brighton will be depleted in week 24 of the game, so move for your players in the week of double games only if you are on a free hit or can afford to place them on the bench next week. As long as that is the case, you can choose between Marc Cucarello or Lamptey as a defensive option with an attacking side.

Cucarella is a fun player to watch and scores well in the bonus points system, although Lamptey is a bit more advanced and involved in Brighton’s attacking game. At 4.5m, he’s also significantly cheaper than Cucarella and a decent fourth- or fifth-choice defender who goes ahead when the blank side is withdrawn.


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