Daily Fantasy Football Tips – Saturday 23rd April

It’s a Premier League sort of day on Saturday with four games on the list to enjoy:

  • Manchester City vs Stoke City
  • Aston Villa vs Southampton
  • Bournemouth vs Chelsea
  • Liverpool vs Newcastle United

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Goalkeeper Joe Hart Manchester City £8.7m
Defender Nathaniel Clyne Liverpool £8.1m
Defender Virgil van Dijk Southampton £8.1m
Defender Eliaquim Mangala Manchester City £6.8m
Midfielder Kevin de Bruyne Manchester City £12.1m
Midfielder Dusan Tadic Southampton £6.9m
Midfielder Willian Chelsea £9.8m
Midfielder Cesc Fabregas Chelsea £10.8m
Forward Sergio Aguero Manchester City £13.3m
Forward Graziano Pelle Southampton £6.4m
Forward Roberto Firmino Liverpool £8.5m


Goalkeeper Player Team Salary

Manchester City vs Stoke City Preview

This looks like a nailed on home win as Stoke City appear to have given up on this season and are already dreaming of a a month in a Barbados villa. Manchester City seem to have their mojo back although the 1-1 draw at Newcastle United was a bit of a disappointment.


  Form All Games Last 5  Average Goals Scored  Average Goals Conceded
Man City (home)
Stoke City (away)



Go for City midfielders and strikers – Sergio Aguero is on something of a hot streak and the home team should dominate possession here. We’ve been fairly loyal to Stoke’s attacking players but they won’t get much from this game.

Aston Villa vs Southampton Preview

Can Aston Villa salvage anything from this disastrous season? Almost certainly not, they are already relegated and there really is nothing to play for in what should be an end of season victory for the visitors. Villa always concede at home and although the Saints don’t have a great scoring record away from home, they should hit the back of the net here.


  Form All Games Last 5  Average Goals Scored  Average Goals Conceded
Aston Villa (home)
Southampton (away)



Obviously no-one from Aston Villa is worthy of selection but the Saints should provide some decent value players from anywhere on the park.

Bournemouth vs Chelsea Preview

Bournemouth have been struggling at home against the bigger sides this season but Chelsea seem to have taken their foot off the gas; the Blues are certainly capable of three points at Dean Court but this is a tough one to predict given the circumstances. The Cherries will be aiming for the double over the current champions so there’s some real motivation behind the home team.


  Form All Games Last 5  Average Goals Scored  Average Goals Conceded
Bournemouth (home stats)
Chelsea (away stats)



It’ll be something of a mid-table battle with limited chances so we’d recommend midfielders from either side such as Bournemouth’s Matt Ritchie and Chelsea’s Cesc Fabregas.


Liverpool vs Newcastle United Preview

Newcastle United are fighting hard in what may ultimately be a futile battle against relegation but at least their demonstrating the kind of spirit which was severely lacking earlier in the season. Liverpool should prove too good for the Geordies in the end though and with each match they are becoming more of a Jurgen Klopp team.


  Form All Games Last 5  Average Goals Scored  Average Goals Conceded
Liverpool (home stats)
Newcastle United (away stats)



This is surely a Liverpool win – they’ve scored eight goals in their last two games at Anfield and are undefeated there in eleven games (in normal time). Liverpool midfielders and strikers are what we need but avoid any defenders – there could be goals at either end.

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