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talkSPORT looks at the best changes you could make to your FPL team ahead of the upcoming festive fixtures

One round of festive fixtures down, now its time for the Premier League’s Boxing Day feast.

And now more than ever you need to keep abreast of the latest information for your Fantasy Premier League team and talkSPORT.com is here to help.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was one of the top scoring players in the last gameweek.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was one of the top scoring players in the last gameweek.

Whether you’re a manager who reacts to in-form players, loves a bargain, or one who looks to predict the next big FPL thing, you need a bit of advice every now and again.

So who do you need to sell and sign this week? Here, talkSPORT.com has taken a good look at the form and fixtures and believe these are the best transfer tips around…

After goals and an assist in games against Tottenham, Manchester United, and Huddersfield the tenacious midfielder has gone a little quiet again. He’s never likely to trouble the scorers too often so across the break he might not be too effective.

After goals and an assist in games against Tottenham, Manchester United, and Huddersfield the tenacious midfielder has gone a little quiet again. He’s never likely to trouble the scorers too often so across the break he might not be too effective.

In: Robert Snodgrass (West Ham United) – £5.4m

With two goals and three assists in his last five games, Snodgrass is really hitting his straps. You might see him become even more productive with games against Southampton, Burnley, and Brighton coming up.

With two goals and three assists in his last five games, Snodgrass is really hitting his straps. You might see him become even more productive with games against Southampton, Burnley, and Brighton coming up.

Out: Callum Wilson (Bournemouth) – £6.9m

The England international is not only in a lean spell but now faces Tottenham, Manchester United, Watford, and Everton, which could see it continue for even longer.

The England international is not only in a lean spell but now faces Tottenham, Manchester United, Watford, and Everton, which could see it continue for even longer.

In: Javier Hernandez (West Ham) – £6.5m

The Mexican is enjoying a run of starts for the Hammers and is playing himself into the FPL reckoning. A goal and two assists across his last three fixtures is enough for us to consider him for a game or two.

The Mexican is enjoying a run of starts for the Hammers and is playing himself into the FPL reckoning. A goal and two assists across his last three fixtures is enough for us to consider him for a game or two.

Out: Lewis Dunk (Brighton and Hove Albion) – £4.5m

Suspended until the next round of fixtures, if you can cope without him it’s recommended you don’t use a transfer but it’s worth noting he is out with teams likely to rotate.

Suspended until the next round of fixtures, if you can cope without him it’s recommended you don’t use a transfer but it’s worth noting he is out with teams likely to rotate.

In: Luke Shaw (Manchester United) – £4.9m

We could see a lot more from the Red Devils star in the coming weeks with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in charge. A potentially excellent run of fixtures also makes him tempting.

We could see a lot more from the Red Devils star in the coming weeks with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in charge. A potentially excellent run of fixtures also makes him tempting.

Out: Henrikh Mkhitaryan (Arsenal) – £6.7m

The Arsenal ace is now out injured so Mkhitaryan is useless for the festive fixtures, which is a shame after his goals against Southampton.

The Arsenal ace is now out injured so Mkhitaryan is useless for the festive fixtures, which is a shame after his goals against Southampton.

In: Jesse Lingard (Manchester United) – £6.7m

Just 3.7 per cent of managers have the Red Devils ace who has three goals and an assist in his last two games. Man United face Huddersfield, Bournemouth and Newcastle next.

Just 3.7 per cent of managers have the Red Devils ace who has three goals and an assist in his last two games. Man United face Huddersfield, Bournemouth and Newcastle next.

Out: Marko Arnautovic (West Ham United) – £6.9m

Still around seven per cent of bosses have the Austrian in their team and if you’re one of them then you need to ditch the injured striker.

Still around seven per cent of bosses have the Austrian in their team and if you’re one of them then you need to ditch the injured striker.

In: Dominic Calvert-Lewin (Everton) – £5.3m

The centre forward has come back into the reckoning for the Toffees and looking pretty dangerous. Fixtures coming up include Burnley, Brighton, Leicester, Bournemouth, and Southampton so he could fill his boots, or at least offer a decent bench option.

The centre forward has come back into the reckoning for the Toffees and looking pretty dangerous. Fixtures coming up include Burnley, Brighton, Leicester, Bournemouth, and Southampton so he could fill his boots, or at least offer a decent bench option.





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