The Scout’s panel of experts discuss their chip strategies for the final nine Gameweeks of 2020/21 Fantasy Premier League.
I am going to play my second Wildcard chip ahead of Gameweek 31 to prepare for the run-in, allowing me to target the fixture-swing sides as well as those with something to play for until the end of the season.
I will play the Bench Boost chip either in Gameweek 30, depending on what happens over the international break, or I will hold it for another smaller Double Gameweek closer to the end of the season.
If Tottenham Hotspur are given a Double Gameweek when their outstanding match is rescheduled, Harry Kane (£11.6m) will also be a contender.
I have the Free Hit and Triple Captain chips left. At the moment I'm looking to use the Free Hit in Gameweek 33 or wait for a future Blank or Double Gameweek.
If I don't get the opportunity, it will be a Gameweek 38 Free Hit chip. For the Triple Captaincy, I'm still waiting for the pending Doubles to be scheduled.
I only have the Triple Captain chip remaining now. I would like to play it in a Double Gameweek and will try to keep Kane, as he could be a good option when Spurs' fixture against Southampton is rescheduled.
I still have my second Wildcard and my Bench Boost left. I'll likely Wildcard in Gameweek 31 but I'm not sure when I'll Bench Boost, as targeting Double Gameweeks usually blows up in my face!
Based on my rotation tracker, Gameweek 34 is the best one to aim for.
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Part 3: FPL experts' captain strategies: Golden Boot will inspire Salah
Part 4: FPL experts’ captain strategies: Vardy a differential
Part 5: FPL experts’ team strategies: Neto has fixtures to thrive
Part 6: FPL experts’ team strategies: Pick Azpilicueta for more clean sheets
Part 7: FPL experts’ transfer strategies: Avoid Man City rotation