Has the gap to the top four got too big? Is the front runner pulling away into the distance? Have your early pace setters lost their form? Are you too far from safety for comfort?
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Player of Gameweek 25
Wayne Rooney: The England striker proved the match winner for the second weekend running and Rooney’s return to form should make everyone fantasy manager take note. With a goal and an assist against Brazil in mid-week, Rooney is fast becoming a must have up front. Worth £2m less than the extortionate Robin Van Persie, have you the courage to drop the Premier League’s leading scorer for the resurgent Rooney?
Guru’s picks for Gameweek 26
Glen Johnson: With Liverpool playing twice this gameweek, now is the time to move for Johnson. The England right back has been in fine form, and is on course to set a new fantasy personal best. Already one of the top scoring defenders, Johnson is still available at £6.4m and could well profit from the Reds’ easy-looking run in.
Jay Rodriguez: The Southampton front man is back in favour under new boss Mauricio Pochettino, starting in the past two games. Although his reign has returned a paltry two points so far, the Saints have played electric football under the Argentinian, and were unlucky not to walk away from Old Trafford and the DW with six points. Expect Rodriguez and strike partner Rickie Lambert to pick up points
Jordan Henderson: I never thought I would be writing this but such is the young midfielder’s fine form of late, Henderson must be considered at a cut price £5.3m. After a difficult start to life on Merseyside, the ex-Sunderland playmaker has established himself in the starting XI and has 23 points in his last three games. Tidy.
Emmanuel Adebayor: The Guru has never been a big fan of the former Arsenal striker but let’s face it – Tottenham have got no-one else. Spurs boss Andre Villas-Boas has practically guaranteed that the Togo striker will start against Newcastle on Saturday, regardless of when he finally arrives back from the African Nations Cup. With Gareth Bale and Aaron Lennon two of the Premier League’s form players at the moment, Adebayor is bound to have some chances and is worth the risk.