Top 5 most Transferred In Players for GW30+ After the resumption of Fantasy Premier League, there have been frenzy in the FPL transfer market. We review top 5 of these most transferred in players and assess if you should jump on the bandwagon and get them too.
Jack Grealish (AVL | MID | 6.4) (TSB: 21.0% | Transferred in by 103k)
Grealish is currently the most transferred in player for GW30+, which is of little surprise given that Aston Villa has the DGW to play. If Villa were to survive, Grealish would have to play a huge part in the proceedings and as club captain, we would expect him to play as regularly as possible, even under the current 5 substitution rule. His price at 6.4 also makes him a top choice.
However, two factors may dissuade you from his selection – 1) he has not been on form prior to the COVID-19 suspension, having scored once in 7 games and 2) Aston Villa actually have one of the toughest run-in, having to play Chelsea, Liverpool, Man Utd and Wolves.
Verdict: Get for GW30+, be prepared to sell after.
Sergio Aguero (MCI | FWD | 11.8) (TSB: 18.4% | Transferred in by 78k)
Man City have two tempting home games for GW30+ – against Arsenal and Burnley. Aguero appears to be the automatic choice of FPL managers.
We are, however, not convinced. Before the league hiatus, it is a known that Aguero hardly plays 90 mins. He had only done so 9 games this season. There were also games he had started from the bench, coming in lat to make cameo appearances. He is also without a goal in his last 4 appearances for City. To risk 11.8 on Aguero appears to be a luxury we cannot afford.
Verdict: No to Aguero
Marcus Rashford (MNU | FWD | 8.8) (TSB: 10.4% | Transferred in by 77k)
Rashford was supposed to miss the remainder of this season but is now back in contention. He had not played a game since mid-January but under the current circumstances, it may not appear to make too much of a difference. Many FPL managers probably see Rashford as the perfect player to lead the line for the rest of this season.
A few things bode well for Rashford – he has been on form prior to his injury (4 goals in 4 games), he takes penalties for the club and United have an enviable run in to the season in which they are challenging for top 4.
Verdict: Strong BUY
KDB (MCI | MID | 10.6) (TSB: 46.5% | Transferred in by 69k)
We suppose the only reason why more managers had not transferred KDB in is the fact that already near half the game owns him. It will not be easy to second guess Pep Guardiola and KDB may play less minutes under the 5-substitution rule but the Belgian remains the focal point of City’s midfield and is likely to get a lot of game time.
Just a recap, KDB had already scored 8 goals (his Premier League best) and provided 18 assists in just 28 games.
How City would approach the rest of this season, however, would be interesting. Surely they know they cannot catch Liverpool and they are still in two competitions – FA Cup and the UEFA Champions League. Would Pep preserve his squad for the later part of this season?
Verdict: Get for GW30+, then monitor
Dean Henderson (SHU | GK | 5.3) (TSB: 17.0% | Transferred in by 60k)
Henderson is proving to be a popular GK for FPL managers after the break. Other than the DGW, Henderson has been in top form so far with 10 Clean Sheets. Sheffield United is also chasing for a European slot so every game matters. Goalkeepers are also not likely to be affected by the 5-substitution rule.
However, do note that Henderson is not available for selection on GW31+ against his parent club Manchester United.
Verdict: Strong BUY
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