The Ides of March are coming! It’s a reckoning for all those who will show a steely resolve and pick only the finest captain choices, and all others who will fail in their pursuit of FPL glory. At the end of the day, your weekly captaincy choice does play a huge difference in your weekly status. Nailing the pick each and every week would be splendid, but the reality is you’re not gonna get it every time, so just trust your gut when picking the right players and hope for some consistent point doublings over the length of the season.
Here are zee captain picks for GW 29:
Bruce Lee:Le crème de la crème, your captaincy choice only deserves the best. Literally repeating everything I said from last two weeks, with 1 minor change; christ, Mo Salah makes this weekly post a piece of cake:
- Mohammed Salah, Liverpool – King Salah wants to beat Harold Kane in the competition for the Golden Boot, and only trails the two-time defending champ by 1 goal after
26 2728 matches. The mouth breather better watch out, as Salah clearly has his sites set on taking home honors as this season’s top goal-scorer. He is the best captain choice you never have to doubt, just go with him and thank me later.
Chuck Norris: That player with the right combination of moves, suave and lack of form that creates his own set of universal truths and blows up for the week:
- Riyad Mahrez, Leicester City – So the Vardy pick last week versus Stoke failed, but I have a feeling Leicester will be back to their scoring ways versus Bournemouth; the Cherries have only kept one cleansheet in their last 15 premier league matches (vs Chelsea in GW 25), and Mahrez is still playing for a new contract.
Steven Seagal: Similar to the explosion of moves simultaneously eminating from Seagal’s furious fists, this pick is an exciting and seductive look toward the one week explosion:
- Marko Arnautovic, West Ham – Arnautovic has now started back to back matches and will be partnered with a healthy Michail Antonio and Manuel Lanzini on attack. I like Arno’s odds of bagging a few goals versus a Swansea defense that may have lost some confidence after allowing four goals versus Brighton last weekend.