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FPL Double Gameweek 29: Five low-priced players to watch including Man United and Chelsea stars

FPL Double Gameweek 29 tips starring United and Chelsea stars

It’s that time of the week again with another Fantasy Premier League (FPL) Gameweek the focus.

Up to 12 teams, including Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea and Brighton & Hove Albion, play twice in what is set to be an enthralling period of football.

FPL favourites Erling Braut Haaland and Marcus Rashford are doubts for the weekend after picking up knocks during the international break, leaving managers with much to chew on in their quest to make the most of the double Gameweek.

There is still a star-studded pool of Premier League hotshots to choose from for managers looking to maximise their point haul, but here are some low-priced tips we think could prove a masterstroke ahead of Saturday’s 11.30 am GMT deadline.

Kaoru Mitoma (£5.5m) 

Kaoru Mitoma has been one of the stars of Roberto De Zerbi’s fascinating show at Brighton this season, proving a pivotal figure in their dream of starring on one of Europe’s biggest stages next season.

The Japan international’s goal and two assists saw him amass a 25-point haul over the last three Gameweeks proving decisive against West Ham United, Leeds United and Crystal Palace.

Having blanked in just three of his 13 starts under De Zerbi’s tutelage, the 25-year-old is delicately poised to extend his run of form against Brentford and the relegation-battling Bournemouth.


Ben Chilwell (£6.0m)

Ben Chilwell looks to have regained his impeccable form since reclaiming his starting berth on the left side of Chelsea’s wing-back role.

Although blanking in his previous outing against Everton, the 26-year-old has amassed 19 points in the last three Gameweeks, returning a goal, an assist, and one clean sheet.

Consecutive home games against Aston Villa and Liverpool could provide the attacking left-back, who is always a dangerous outlet down the left flank, with a chance to continue his impressive form.

Solly March (£5.1m)

Like his partner in crime on the other flank, Solly March has proven the architect of destruction down the right side for Brighton.

The unpredictable forward is in the form of his life, returning five double-figure hauls in his last ten Gameweeks, and has become a nearly indispensable figure in De Zerbi’s starting line-up.

The 28-year-old returned a goal and nine points from his last outing and is poised to continue his meteoric rise when facing Brentford and Bournemouth in quick succession. 

Luke Shaw (£5.2m)

Luke Shaw is the highest-scoring defender in Fantasy Premier League since the season resumed, amassing 64 points, having returned a goal, two assists and six clean sheets.

The Man United star’s impressive numbers mean he is the most-bought defender in the Gameweek, earning over 110,000 new owners.

Coupled with the impeccable form of Erik ten Hag’s Red Devils, games against Newcastle United and Brentford should see the England international continue his exceptional performances.

Jack Harrison (£5.7m)

Jack Harrison has been a man reborn under new manager Javi Gracia amassing 28 points following two goals and two assists in four games since the Spanish manager arrived at Elland Road.

Leeds have proven a different proposition since Gracia joined the Lilywhites, so the daunting task of facing league leaders Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium should not deter Harrison from extending his admirable form.

However, the subsequent game against fellow relegation-battling Nottingham Forest should prove an easier fixture to score points and increase his FPL tally.

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