FPL - Game Week 16

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Welcome to our weekly team selection for all your Fantasy Premier League Football needs this FPL – Game Week 16.

FPL - Game Week 16

It’s that time of the week once again, so let’s take a look at the best picks for FPL – Game Week 16 including Vardy & Dier.


Jamie Vardy (£10.1m) – Leicester City

Last season’s golden boot winner has already scored 11 this season and faces a Palace side who were shockingly poor against a Villa side who had 10 men for half the game.


Nick Pope (£5.4m) – Burnley

England stopper Pope has improved massively in recent weeks and was unlucky to give away a contentious penalty against Leeds. Burnley faces a goal-shy Sheffield United next.


Eric Dier (£5.1m) – Tottenham 

For a man who gets a lot of stick, Dier has been superb this season. Spurs face Fulham at home in a game they are expected to win comfortably.


Gabriel Martinelli (£4.9m) – Arsenal

Be aware, Martinelli may well be rested against Brighton having not long come back from a long injury. However, at £4.9m, it may well be worth getting him in before his price rises. He looked a bright spark in Arsenal’s attack against Chelsea.


Danny Welbeck (£5.5m) – Brighton

It’s tough to ignore the obvious picks here. However, it would be very Arsenal to follow up a superb win over Chelsea by conceding to a former player in Welbeck. Don’t forget, the last time Arsenal had a big win against Man United, they were hammered 3-0 by Villa the next game.


Bertrand Traore (£5.9m) – Aston Villa

The ex-Chelsea man has been a revelation for Villa in the last couple of matches. We expect a few points from him against his old club!

More FPL – Game Week 16

If you need a little bit of extra help, don’t forget to take a look at the Fantasy Premier League Guide & FPL Price Changes.

Take a look at Game Week 15 selections right here.

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