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Welcome to the latest article in a new series for the 2023/24 Fantasy Premier League season from @FPL_Heisenberg for SportsCasting.

In this weekly series, Heisenberg will be looking into the best three players for your FPL team – along with one juicy differential.

Heisenberg has a proven track record in FPL, having finished inside the top 1% of FPL managers in each of the last 9 seasons – including a best finish of 836th. Let’s cook!

Cole Palmer (Fixture: Aston Villa, Away and Tottenham, Home)

Cole Palmer has been unbelievable this season – challenging for the Golden Boot as a Midfielder
who started at just £5m is extraordinary.

He followed his hat trick against Man United with an assist vs Sheffield United then a whopping four goals vs Everton.

He missed the Arsenal game through illness, but, as he’s seemingly recovered he now has the chance to continue his amazing form with two fixtures in double Gameweek 35.

He has amassed 99 points in his last 8 games, which works out as 12.38 points per game which is

He’s a great captain choice this week and Chelsea are one of only two teams to have two double
Gameweeks remaining this season so he’s a long-term hold too.

Heung-Min Son (Fixture: Arsenal, Home and Chelsea, Away)

The other team with two double Gameweeks left is Spurs.

Now, fixtures against fellow London clubs Arsenal and Chelsea wouldn’t traditionally be fixtures I’d look to target, however, with anything being possible in a North London Derby and Chelsea struggling defensively I’m backing Son to prove himself as a big game player once again.

Listed as a midfielder in FPL – but playing as Spurs’ number 9 – Sonny looks primed for more points in Gameweek 35.

He has 15 goals and nine assists this season and his underlying numbers (expected goals and expected assists) are solid too, meaning his returns should continue to flow, especially as he’s a clinical finisher too.

With Ange’s Spurs playing a free-flowing attacking style of football, it’s likely there will be plenty of
goals when Spurs play.

It’s also worth noting that Son is Tottenham’s penalty taker which is another route to points.

Anthony Gordon (Fixture: Sheffield United, Home)

Anthony Gordon has been electric at St James’ Park this season scoring nine times and assisting a
further 11 in 16 home appearances.

Not only is it another home fixture for Gordon in Gameweek 35, it’s a home fixture against bottom
of the league Sheffield United so there should be plenty of goals in this one for the Geordies.

I expect a home win for the Magpies and should that happen, it’ll likely be a big FPL return for
Anthony Gordon (and hopefully a big return for his teammate Alexander Isak who will be in my
Wildcard team).

FPL Heisenberg’s Differential

Nicolas Jackson (Fixture: Aston Villa, Away and Tottenham, Home)

Senegalese international Nicolas Jackson (who is owned by less than 7 % of managers at the time of writing) is a great differential in double Gameweek 35.

He has 10 goals and 5 assists in 25 Premier League starts since he joined Chelsea in the summer.Chelsea struggled away to Arsenal last Gameweek and I’m hoping they’ll be eager to bounce back.

They are only one of two teams who play twice this week so if you fancy a differential punt, then you may as well punt on someone playing twice.

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