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De Gea, Giroud and co. – players to buy for EPL Round 17

Players to buy for Fantasy Premier League Round 17:

David de Gea (goalkeeper, Manchester United). The Spaniard is in a fantastic form and he is praised by the international media. De Gea grabbed a clean sheet against Liverpool and he was the hero of the match. He made 8 brilliant saves including 6 diving saves (!!!) – he gave a similar heroic performance against Arsenal earlier. He is the best among goalkeepers in the Premier League right now. Price: 8.5 million. Cheaper option: Tom Heaton (Burnley). The former Manchester United shot-stopper denied a penalty against Southampton and collected 28 fantasy points, his best of the season. Price: 6 million.

John Terry (defender, Chelsea). The experienced centre-back of the London-based side collected more than 25 fantasy points in each round since Gameweek 10. He is passing with a 91 percent accuracy and he wins the 80 percent of his attempted duels. You cannot make a mistake by signing him. Price: 9 million. Cheaper option: Gael Clichy (Manchester City). The French left-back enjoys Manuel Pellegrini’s trust and collects points one after another. Against Leicester City Clichy won 8 duels and grabbed 29 fantasy points. Price: 8 million.

Stewart Downing (midfielder, West Ham United). The former Liverpool midfielder found his goalscoring form and he plays a key role in West Ham United’s surprising run. Downing collected 30 fantasy points in the last two consecutive rounds and his price raised up to 10 million pounds. You should sign him before it gets even higher. Cheaper option: Ross Barkley (Everton). He scored a blockbuster against QPR in the latest round, he won 12 duels and made 4 successful dribbles to have 42 fantasy points. Price: 8.5 million.

Wilfried Bony (forward, Swansea). The Ivorian striker scored 4 goals in his side’s last 5 matches so you won’t make a huge mistake with transferring him in. Against Tottenham he won 7 duels, made 2 interceptions and had 16 successful passes – despite the Swans’ loss. Price: 8 million. Cheaper option: Olivier Giroud (Arsenal). The French striker is back after a long injury absence and he completed his comeback with a brace against Newcastle United and 27 fantasy points. There is more to come from him, that’s for sure, trust me. Price: 5 million.

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