Fantasy Football round 30 preview

With another week of European football completed last night, it is time to get back to domestic matters this weekend as the chase hots up for the Galway Advertiser Tribal Leader League in association with St Anthony's and Claddagh Credit Union.

But who are your go-to men for round 30 of Fantasy Football?

Willian (Chelsea ) v Crystal Palace

In spite of the Chelsea's poor run of form at present, Willian has been putting in the performances that all managers want from their players. Skillful, fast, effective, and most importantly of all, hard working, the Brazilian midfielder has been a shining light in the gloominess of west London. Goals against Barcelona in the Champions League and at Man United have been tangible reward for Willian as Chelsea struggle to recreate the form that took them to the title last season. On Saturday evening, Chelsea welcome Crystal Palace to Stamford Bridge. The Blues are in need of a big display and result against the relegation-threatened Eagles and I believe Willian will be leading the charge. Get him in your team.

Troy Deeney (Watford ) v Arsenal

Three goals in four Premier League outings including the winners against Everton and West Brom last weekend, sees Troy Deeney as one of the hottest properties in the league. On Sunday, the Hornets make the short trip to north London to face an Arsenal side who clearly are waiting for the end of the season. The Gunners are useless at present and with Watford and Deeney having the bit between their teeth, I am going for an away win and Watford's number nine to be on the score sheet.

Sergio Aguero (Man City ) v Stoke City

The result of this match is already a foregone conclusion. However, what is up for debate is which Man City player you should select. I am going for Sergio Aguero. Yes he has only scored in one game in his last four league appearances but that was four goals against Leicester, and on Monday evening he will be facing the worst defence in the league. Stoke have conceded 54 times this season and will be coming up against an angry City team who lost their first home game since December 2016 in a 2-1 loss to Swiss outfit,

Basel, on Wednesday. Make Aguero your captain. You will not be disappointed.

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