The Premier League reaches its closing stages as fixture congestion could play a huge role for the FPL managers and we are here to help you with your team in gameweek (GW) 30 of FPL 2022/23 along with the tips and team selection
These players have already proven their worth in recent weeks and could help your FPL team elevate in the crucial remainder of the tournament.
Here is our fantasy dream team for game week 30 of the FPL 2022-23.
FPL Gameweek (GW) 30 transfer tips, team selection, captain picks and fixtures list
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Kepa Arrizabalaga ( Chelsea – £4.7m) has been a wonderful performer in the Lampard era which could be a huge morale booster for him as will be up against the Wolves attack.
Ben Mee ( Brentford – £5.1m) tried to keep his side in the game with their stubborn defensive role but conceded one goal in their last match which could keep them motivated to regain their momentum.
Kieran Trippier ( Newcastle – £6.1m) was able to showcase his strengths against tougher opponents that saw him push for an assist against Manchester United and a wonderful show of counter-attacking skills against West Ham in his last game.
Ben Chilwell ( Chelsea- £6.0m) has been regular with an amazing recovery that saw him find attacking chances against Liverpool in their last match resulting in an important clean sheet that can keep him focused on their match this game week.
Gabriel Martinelli ( Arsenal – £6.6m) has scored 3 goals along with 1 assist in his last 3 games with the ability to push for better-attacking opportunities which makes him a crucial goal scorer from his side.
Kaoru Mitoma ( Brighton – £5.5m) has been at the top of his game with 2 goals and 4 assists in his last 5 games highlighting his amazing attacking threat that can keep him confident for this match.
Bukayo Saka ( Arsenal- £8.6m) will be well rested after walking out as a substitute in his last match against Leeds which can keep him ready for their upcoming challenge against Liverpool.
Kevin de Bruyne ( Manchester City- £12.0m) was an important part of the Liverpool demolition in their last match after he scored 1 goal and 1 assist to keep his side in the game which can be the case for their upcoming matches.
Harry Kane ( Tottenham Hotspur – £11.7m) maintains his focus on the net which has earned him 4 goals in the last 3 games with his amazing poaching skills that makes him our prime choice for this game week.
Bryan Mbeumo ( Brentford – £5.9m) can work well for the team as he was able to provide 2 important assists to keep his side in the game which can only push him further to help his side in this contest.
Erling Haaland ( Manchester City – £12 m) will aim to make his way back to the starting 11 after a week’s rest as he will still be fresh with his double hattrick in his last 2 matches which can be channeled into their match against Southampton.
Danny Ward ( Leicester City – £4.0m) has not made an appearance in the recent games and could sit out for their match against Bournemouth this game week.
Solly March ( Brighton – £5.2m) holds amazing potential but will be our first substitute as they face Tottenham this week who are pushing to find goals to stay in contention.
James Tarkowski ( Everton – £4.2m) has been nailed in the starting 11 and can work well under the new regime as witnessed during his days in Burnley which can only develop further with every week.
William Saliba ( Arsenal – £5.1m) will be our final substitute as he is named injured with no return date confirmed.
Captain And Vice-Captain FPL GW 30
Bukayo Saka is our captain because of his consistent attacking form that can push him to create his chances.
Harry Kane will be our vice-captain because of his ability to find the net at least once in his recent games.
Fantasy Premier League Team
Arrizabalaga (GK), Trippier, Chillwel, Mee, De Bruyne, Martinelli, Mitoma, Saka (C), Haaland, Kane (VC), Mbeumo
Subs: Ward (GK), March, Tarkowski, Saliba
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