The Scout’s panel of experts discuss their chip strategies for the final nine Gameweeks of 2020/21 Fantasy Premier League.
Lee Bonfield (@FPLFamily)
It's been my plan for a while now to play my final and most powerful chip, the second Wildcard, in Gameweek 31.
There's some important and interesting fixture swings for a number of players in my squad who I will want to sell as I refresh my options for the run-in.
Geoff Dance (@GeoffreyDance)
I played mine already to moderate success. I can now simplify my game for the last quarter of the season, while those with chips will have to guard against over-complicating their decision-making process.
Diogo Jota (£6.6m) is among my targets for the run-in as he has the schedule to provide great value.
Utkarsh Dalmia (@zophar666)
I don't have any of my chips left, having used the Free Hit in Gameweek 29. I used my second Wildcard in Gameweek 26 to set up for the long run.
Paul Gee (@FPLPaulGee)
I have the Bench Boost and Free Hit chips yet to play. I am probably looking at Gameweek 33 for my Free Hit as four sides, Fulham, Manchester City, Southampton and Tottenham Hotspur, are without a fixture.
For Bench Boost I will probably try to set up my team for it and strike at the best opportunity.
I've still got my Free Hit. I'll probably use this in a Double Gameweek to come.
Spurs are still due one and Harry Kane (£11.6m) may be the man who gets the armband.
Also in this series
Part 1: FPL experts' chip strategies: Kane a Triple Captain option
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