Week 16 features one of those rare occurences where fixtures overlap on Sunday.
With that in mind, there are two transfer deadlines you need to be aware of - 1.30pm and 4.00pm. If you're thinking of bringing any players in for the Burnley v Arsenal match (14:00), that's fine, just make sure you've completed them 30 minutes before kick-off to avoid missing out on those all-important TFF points.
There's nothing wrong with getting your Christmas shopping done early and in Telegraph Fantasy Football it's no different. Seasons can be made or broken over the festive period with a flurry of matches coming in a short space of time. To help you out, we've done a quick number crunch to help guide your transfers.
Once Chelsea have played Liverpool this Saturday, they have five very favourable fixtures. Swansea (H), Newcastle (H), West Ham (A), Huddersfield (A) and Southampton (H) follow and it wouldn't be any surprise to see Antonio Conte's side pick up maximum points during that time. EDEN HAZARD is back in flying form for the Blues, scoring three in as many Premier League outings and also finding the back of the net in midweek against Qarabag. He's the game's most expensive midfielder at £6.0m but features in just 9.3% of all teams, making him a shrewd acquisition in the upcoming weeks.
Sean Dyche deserves all of the praise he's been getting for Burnley's season so far. They're just a point behind the Champions League places and with the fixtures they have on the horizon there's every reason to be optimistic at Turf Moor. The Clarets have a tough match against Arsenal this weekend but have been phenomenal at home so could easily get a result, then they face Bournemouth, Leicester, Watford, Stoke and Brighton. Sometimes we have to hold our hands up and say we've made an error in the pricing of players, and this year includes £2.3m rated defender STEPHEN WARD. He's a fantastic budget option and is actually Burnley's leading point scorer with 58 accumulated for the season.
Aside from tipping players from City, Liverpool, United and Spurs, another team to have on your radar is Leicester City. The Foxes have been far from prolific the season, currently occupying 12th, but could collect 10 points from their next six fixtures. That spells features home matches against Burnley and Palace, as well as trips to Palace, West Ham and Newcastle. It's hard to suggest a striker when Kane, Lukaku, Morata and co. are all firing, so instead we'll opt for £3.2m rated centre back HARRY MAGUIRE. His form has seen him earn a place in Gareth Southgate's England sides of late and he looks to be the most assured defender at the King Power right now.
After a packed midweek schedule, the action in the Championship continues to come thick and fast with 10 fixtures on Saturday alone. Wolves are now four points clear at the top of the table after picking up maximum points from their last four outings and they should pick up three more at home to 23rd placed Bolton this weekend. DIOGO JOTA is looking far too good for Championship football, racking up 86 points from midfield already. He's scored eight times and added four assists and will more than likely be back amongst the points this weekend.
Middlesbrough have seen an upturn in fortunes recently and are now in one of the play-off spots. BRITT ASSOMBALONGA has five goals in as many outings, 11 for the season, and despite his hefty price tag is well worth transferring in for the weekend.
What else this week?
There's plenty of Premier League action to look forward to this weekend and, as always, we've highlighted the bets we think you should be placing.
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