Despite teams still having to play each other for the first time this season as they completed some repeat fixtures last gameweek, we’re now into second half of the Premier League campaign and fully into the festivities.
With a match each day for the next 10 days during these upcoming 3 gameweeks, the helpings of festive treats just don’t stop.
GW20 DEADLINE: 11:30 (GMT) 26/12/17
Let’s take a look at the TGF Championship league table ahead of this gameweek…
1st. Speedsters FC (Arun Kumar) 1085 points
2nd. Duhai Bonda Ayahanda (Amanina Sabki) 1080 points
4th* Ewberz Army (Harry Ewbank) 1077 points
4th*. Borussia Teeth (Nathan Ridley) 1077 points
5th. Carlisle’s Reserves (Jack Cousin) 1060 points
6th. Bagbee Broncos (Ken Mulandi) 1055 points
7th. Hakuna Juan Mata (Nathan Albion) 1020 points
Highest last gameweek scorer:
liddle by liddle (Riegan Thompson) 95 points
It’s now time for the gameweek’s picks…
Jordan Pickford £4.8m – WBA (A)
Now in a team that is both in form and solid, this bargain of a stopper could well be the man to rely on over this tricky period.
César Azpilicueta £6.9m – BHA (H)
Always racking up the points going forward & back and with a good run ahead, the price is worth paying.
Mohammed Salah £10.0m – SWA (H)
Arguably the signing of the season thus far, his reliance and goals make him a deadly addition for a cheap low price in the market.
Marcus Rashford £7.6m – BUR (H)
With a team more prioritising cup competitions now, there’s chances for the on-the-fringes youngster to show his quality over the other more lucrative stars in his team, during a very decent looking set of fixtures until well into the new year.
Boxing Day (kick-off 3pm unless stated)
Tottenham Hotspur vs Southampton (12:30) [Sky Sports Main Event]
Bournemouth vs West Ham United
Chelsea vs Brighton & Hove Albion
Huddersfield Town vs Stoke City
Manchester United vs Burnley
West Bromwich Albion vs Everton
Liverpool vs Swansea (17:30) [BT Sports 1]
Newcastle United vs Manchester City (19:45) [Sky Sports Main Event]
Crystal Palace vs Arsenal (20:00) [Sky Sports Main Event]