Fantasy Premier League: Three Hidden Gems for your Gameweek 35 Squad

Roberto Pereyra

We are now down to the final four Gameweeks. After an exciting season with a lot of upsets, the time has come for the teams to battle hard to etch out their final positions in the league. We have chosen 3 Hidden Gems for Gameweek 35 that have the potential to boost you up the rankings if they work out well.

Also Read: Fantasy Premier League Gameweek 35 – Captain Picks


1. Roberto Pereyra:

Watford are currently in a solid mid-table position but will be looking to make it into the top ten. One of their players who has been playing beautiful and artful football recently is Roberto Pereyra.

His performances in home matches are beyond any dispute, and he has started all of the last six matches for his team. On top of that their next match is at home against a team with an infamously leaky defence, Crystal Palace. For this reason, the addition of Pereyra to your team looks like a smart one – especially you are on a Free Hit.


2. Mesut Ozil:

Arsene Wenger has finally announced that he is set to retire at the end of the season after over two decades in charge of his club. The players will be looking to give him a fiery send-off in the last couple of matches, none more so than one of Arsenal’s comparatively newer players, Mesut Ozil.

The midfielder might not have the best season of his life, but he has continued to provide steady service to his team, with 9 assists and 4 goals. Though he has not started in the last two games, he will be a likely start in Gameweek 35. When he is on the pitch, anything can happen, so having him on the team would be a definite plus.



3. Peter Crouch:

Stoke City are in a desperate fight against relegation as they will struggle to make it out of the bottom three. For this, they are in need of goals, and who better to fall back to at this point, than a proven goalscorer and veteran, Peter Crouch.

Crouch is in the fag end of his career, but that has not stopped him from chipping in, in the goals department. In the last match, though he played for only twenty minutes, he was able to net a goal, helping Stoke City to draw and gain a much-needed point. Due to the self-evident sheer desperation in their game, Peter Crouch might be a good addition to your team.

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