FPL Gameweek 16: Alternate captains picks

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There are a variety of Fantasy Premier League captaincy options to consider as we head into the last week of Premier League play before the World Cup break. There will be no major matchups between the regular top-six six, and six clubs in this round of games.

Many of our usual first-choice captains have a favorable matchup this coming weekend. When you include in Pep Guardiola’s latest statements about Erling Haaland’s condition being “not great right now,” it’s possible that we’ll have to go elsewhere for a captain.
Salah has had one of his best starts to a season while wearing the Liverpool jersey, registering 19 offensive returns in 20 appearances across all competitions. Since Jurgen Klopp was pushed into a central role, he has scored nine goals in his past seven games in all competitions.

When Liverpool hosts Southampton, it should be a win for the Reds. In nine Premier League games versus the Saints, Salah has racked up seven goals and three assists. In the previous five-game game gamegame weeks, he has taken more shots on goal (11) than any other player and is now serving a suspension.

In case you’re worried about Haaland’s playing time but still want to back Manchester City to annihilate Brentford, Kevin De Bruyne is your man. De Bruyne has contributed two goals and five assists as Manchester City has won all seven of their home games this season.

The previous two games weeksgameweeks have been his most productive; he has two goals and an assist and might have had more. Against Fulham, he led the team with 13 crosses and was the team leader with 5 vital passes. He earned the penalty that Haaland put away and had an assist called back due to offsides.
Even if Erling Haaland has had a better season, Harry Kane should never be counted out of the captaincy discussion following his tremendous consistency this year. In 14 games this season, Kane has returned the ball on the offensive 13 times, with only three games going without a return.

In four games versus Leeds United, he has contributed to four goals and two assists. Leeds have conceded 12 goals in their previous six matches, failing to maintain a clean sheet in all of them. Kane is second only to Haaland in fantasy points scored this year.