FPL Gameweek (GW) 31 transfer tips, team selection, captain picks, fixtures

FPL Gameweek (GW) 31 transfer tips, team selection, captain picks, fixtures

The Premier League reaches its closing stages as fixture congestion could play a huge role for the FPL managers and we are here to help you with your team in GW 31 of FPL 2022/23 along with the tips and team selection

These players have already proven their worth in the recent weeks and could help your FPL team elevate in the crucial remainder of the tournament.

Here is our fantasy dream team for game week 31 of the FPL 2022-23.

FPL Gameweek (GW) 31 transfer tips, team selection, captain picks and fixtures

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Kepa Arrizabalaga ( Chelsea – £4.7m) made 3 saves and conceded a goal in his last game with a greater on set to fight against Brighton which could keep him focused on adding a clean sheet this week.


Ben Mee ( Brentford – £5.1m) will aim to regain a strong defensive form after failing to make any significant defensive contributions conceding 2 goals which should keep them ready to face the Wolves.

Kieran Trippier ( Newcastle – £6.1m) can fight back against tougher opponents that earned him a crucial assist against Manchester United and can certainly push him against the in-form Aston Villa.

Sven Botman ( Newcastle – £4.5m) can also be an effective performer in the defensive line that has seen him create fantastic chances with amazing consistency necessary to help his side in this match.


Gabriel Martinelli ( Arsenal – £6.6m) was able to rise up to the occasion with a solid performance that earned him 1 goal and 1 assist and can keep him determined to showcase a similar momentum.


Kaoru Mitoma ( Brighton – £5.6m) can create some amazing assists and holds impressive form that could lead to a strong show of box-to-box football which makes him an important player.

Bukayo Saka ( Arsenal- £8.6m) was being well-marked in the last match with limited scope to find attacking chances that can help them in their performance against Aston Villa

Kevin de Bruyne ( Manchester City- £12.1m) provided 2 assists in his last match to find a record-breaking 16th assist of the season which can only raise morale and confidence levels to make the most of their chances.


Harry Kane ( Tottenham Hotspur – £11.7m) continues with his recent trend of find at least one goal in every match which can help him maintain this consistent form to add to his goal-scoring potential.

Gabriel Jesus ( Arsenal – £8.0m) made his way back from injury and has gone forward with amazing intent resulting in 3 goals in their last 2 matches which can help maintain this performance.

Erling Haaland ( Manchester City – £12.2 m) scored another 2 goals to take his total to 30 goals and 6 assists which can keep him ready to help his side in top contention.


Danny Ward ( Leicester City – £3.9m) has not made an appearance in the recent games and could sit out for their match against Manchester City this game week.


Solly March ( Brighton – £5.2m) provided an important assist in the last match and will be our effective first substitute against Chelsea this week.

James Tarkowski ( Everton – £4.2m) failed to make any significant contributions in the recent games and will be on the bench against Fulham this week.

Vladimir Coufal ( West Ham – £4.0m) will be our final substitute after an effective clean sheet in their last match against Fulham

Captain And Vice-Captain FPL GW 31

Erling Haaland is our captain because of his consistent goal-scoring form.

Kevin de Bruyne will be our vice-captain because of his responsible role to help the team from the midfield.

Fantasy Premier League Team GW 31

Arrizabalaga (GK), Trippier, Botman, Mee, De Bruyne (VC), Martinelli, Mitoma, Saka, Haaland (C), Kane, Jesus

Subs: Ward (GK), March, Tarkowski, Coufal


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