Gameweek 29’s ones to watch produced points for Tottenham’s Ben Davies and Liverpool’s Andy Robertson. However, West Ham winger Marko Arnautovic failed to deliver for us.
Let us hope we can make it three out of three for gameweek 30. Here are your latest ones to watch:
Christopher Schindler (Huddersfield, £4.6m)
Huddersfield have been poor defensively in recent months. However, this seems like the ideal time to bring in German centre-back, Schindler. He lies second in the most tackles and clearances, blocks and interceptions among defenders in FPL.
He has also garnered 12 bonus points this season. Many of those bonus points have come in home games. With fellow strugglers Swansea and Crystal Palace visiting in the next few games, Schindler could be adding to those bonus points in the near future.
Gylfi Sigurdsson (Everton, £8m)
Just like his team, the Icelandic international has experienced a difficult Premier League campaign. The club-record signing has produced four goals and four assists in the top-flight this season.
The attacking midfielder may have only produced a goal and two assists in his last five gameweeks, but he is showing signs of returning to form at the Merseyside club. The Toffees face a home game against Brighton this weekend, before heading to Stoke in Gameweek 31. With just four games set to be played in gameweek 31, the Icelandic star looks to be a decent pick for the next few games.
Steve Mounie (Huddersfield, £5.7m)
The Benin striker has scored six times this season and produced two assists since his summer arrival. However, he has not always started for the Terriers and now looks set to be David Wagner first choice for the lone striker role.
Mounie produced an impressive display in his last home game for Town, scoring once and producing to assists in a 4-1 win over Bournemouth. With all five of Town’s next games ranking two on the difficulty scale, the next few weeks could be profitable for the budget-friendly striker.
Who will be the ones to watch in gameweek 30 of FPL?