Fantasy Premier League: GW35 transfers tips and captain options:

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ameweek 35 promises to be a real test for Fantasy: Premier League: managers with just a single game for all 20 clubs.

Today’s 11am deadline on Saturday sets us into Newcastle versus: Liverpool: at St James ‘Park, a game which comes in between the Reds’ Champions League semi-final clashes with Villarreal.

A huge relegation showdown headlines the 3pm Saturday fixtures as Burnley head to Watford, before: Manchester City: take on a Leeds team that have caused them problems in recent times.

Chelsea: head to Everton on Sunday: as Tottenham face Leicester, a team Harry Kane thoroughly enjoys playing against. West Ham then host Arsenal: to round off that day’s action: and Brentford travel to Manchester United on Monday night.

Here are our picks ahead of the deadline for: FPL: GW35 …

Harry Kane – Tottenham – £ 12.5m:

No club has felt Kane’s wrath like Leicester with a mega 18 goals scored in 17 outings against his former club. Spurs have not been great in recent weeks but Antonio Conte will expect a reaction when hosting the Foxes, who will be off the back of an exhausting night in the Europa Conference League:.

Ilkay Gundogan – Manchester City – £ 7.1m:

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Pep Guardiola will need to rotate his team to some degree in between City’s Champions League games with Real Madrid, making Gundogan a good candidate to come in from the midweek bench and add to the goal he scored in the 7-0 rout of Leeds earlier this season:.

Connor Roberts – Burnley – £ 4.4m:

Watford may pose a threat coming forwards but Burnley are flying since Sean Dyche’s controversial exit, not least Roberts who has been a major force at full-back and can pick up points at both ends of the pitch.

Christian Eriksen – Brentford – £ 5.6m:

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Brentford head to Old Trafford on Monday looking to pour more misery on United, with Eriksen boasting a solid record of two goals and five assists against the Red Devils throughout his career. The Bees love a shock and the Dane could be the man to spark it.

Jacob Ramsey – Aston Villa – £ 4.7m:

Having only scored two goals in their last five, Villa are in need of a turnaround and can be confident of getting that against a seemingly down-and-out Norwich side. Ramsey put away a fine strike at Carrow Road earlier in the campaign and is a good budget option for your FPL midfield.

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