With a Champions League spot on the line, RotoWire's Andrew Laird is expecting Mohamed Salah to have a major impact in Liverpool's Premier League finale against Crystal Palace.
RotoWire's Andrew Laird is expecting Liverpool to take care of business Sunday against Crystal Palace, which is why plenty of Reds are near the top of his weekly player rankings.
Tottenham have a strong matchup at home against Aston Villa this week, which is why Harry Kane is near the top of Andrew Laird's weekly player rankings.
Liverpool still have a shot at finishing in the top four, and RotoWire's Andrew Laird is expecting a big performance from Mohamed Salah this week against Burnley.
Manchester City have already clinched the Premier League title, but they have an excellent matchup against Newcastle in Gameweek 36.
Liverpool still have a shot at claiming a Champions League spot for next season, and RotoWire's Andrew Laird is expecting them to come out swinging against the already-relegated West Brom this weekend.
With matches against Newcastle and an overloaded Manchester United, James Maddison is one of the highest-ranked players by RotoWire's Andrew Laird for Gameweek 35.
Manchester United will play three matches in Gameweek 35, which is why Bruno Fernandes sits atop Andrew Laird's weekly player rankings.
Son Heung-Min has a goal in two of his last three Premier League games, and he ranks near the top of Andrew Laird's weekly player rankings because of his matchup against Sheffield United this weekend.
Spurs have scored multiple goals in four of their last five Premier League matches, and RotoWire's Andrew Laird is expecting Harry Kane to help them continue the trend this weekend against Sheffield United.
After earning three points Thursday against West Brom, Leicester City look likely to win again in Gameweek 33, which is why James Maddison is near the top of Andrew Laird's weekly Fantrax player rankings.
Only two points behind fourth place, Liverpool seem likely to win this weekend against Newcastle, which pushes Mohamed Salah to the top of Andrew Laird's weekly player rankings.
Bruno Fernandes has failed to make the score-sheet in four of his last six starts, but RotoWire's Andrew Laird thinks a big game against Burnley is coming this weekend.
Tottenham are the only team to play twice in Gameweek 32, which certainly helps Harry Kane get to the top of Andrew Laird's weekly player rankings.
Mason Mount is in excellent form, and he has a good opportunity to continue his fine play this weekend against Crystal Palace.
We could see some big rotation with the Manchester City lineup as they face Leeds United this weekend, but whoever starts will likely be strong fantasy options.
Manchester United have a solid matchup at home against Brighton this weekend, which unsurprisingly puts Bruno Fernandes near the top of Andrew Laird's weekly player rankings.
There could be plenty of lineup changes as players return from international duty, but RotoWire's Andrew Laird thinks Harry Kane could have a big game if he starts against Newcastle this weekend.
Tottenham crashed out of the Europa League on Thursday, but RotoWire's Andrew Laird sees them bouncing back this weekend against Aston Villa, led by Harry Kane.
Arsenal are in a good run of form lately, and RotoWire's Andrew Laird is expecting Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to make an impact against West Ham this weekend.
The Manchester United attack could be missing a few key players, but that doesn't stop Bruno Fernandes from landing near the top of Andrew Laird's weekly player rankings.
Manchester City have a prime matchup against Fulham this weekend, which helps push Kevin De Bruyne to the top of Andrew Laird's weekly player rankings.
The Tottenham attack has been hot-and-cold recently, but RotoWire's Andrew Laird is expecting them to turn up the heat in Gameweek 27 against Crystal Palace.
With two matches in Gameweek 27, fantasy players will certainly be trying to load up on Manchester City attackers.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is constantly tinkering with his starting XI, but Kevin De Bruyne could have a monster Gameweek 26 if he starts against West Ham and Wolverhampton.
Tottenham will play Burnley and Fulham in Gameweek 26, which is why Harry Kane and Son Heung-Min are high up in Andrew Laird's weekly player rankings.
Leeds United and Southampton will each play twice in Gameweek 25, which is why players like Raphinha move close to the top of Andrew Laird's weekly rankings.
A number of Leeds players land near the top of Andrew Laird's weekly rankings, as they'll travel to face Wolverhampton before hosting Southampton in Gameweek 25.
Even though he has only one match in Gameweek 24, Manchester United's Bruno Fernandes is still high in Andrew Laird's weekly player rankings.
There are plenty of Manchester City players near the top of Andrew Laird's weekly player rankings, as they'll face both Tottenham and Everton in Gameweek 24.