Players targeting the rest of the tournament

It's never too late to join a team FPL Challenge In Gameweek 31, the forwards secured double points, with the final tip-off coming at 19:30 BST on Thursday.

Even after entry, fantasy managers can make changes to their squad, selecting players who have not yet played in their competition during the midweek round of matches.

Here, the scout pinpoints the players and matchups to target for the remaining five matches.

Deadline is Wednesday 19:30 BST
Arsenal v Luton
Brentford v Brighton

Arsenal's home fixture against Luton Town on Wednesday is the main fixture that will be the first target, and with managers able to own up to five players per club in the FPL challenge, offloading the Gunners seems a smart tactic.

Gabriel (£5.3m), Bugayo Saka (£9.0m) and Kai Howards (£7.2m) are the obvious, in-form choices for Mikel Arteta's side.

Meanwhile, Declan Rice (£5.5m) can demonstrate a very modest saving of £3.0m Martin Odegaard (£8.5m) if you want to invest heavily in Mikel Arteta's side. Rais are seven points behind the Norwegians in the FPL player standings.

Team lineups will be revealed an hour before deadline day, allowing managers to shift their Arsenal assets if Arteta decides to rotate.

Oleksandr Zinchenko (£5.0m) and Gabriel Martinelli (£7.6m) is up for debate here. Zinchenko averages 4.9 points per home start more than Arsenal's regular defenders, while Martinelli has scored 30 points in his last three home outings.

of Brentford Evan Toney (£8.1m) and Brighton & Hove Albion Pascal Cross (£6.4m) Top picks in other 19:30 BST matches.

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Toni has two goals and one assist in five home appearances this season.

Deadline is Wednesday 20:15 BST
Man City v Aston Villa

Forwards earn double points in Gameweek 31 of FPL Challenge Erling Holland (£14.3m) A captaincy against Aston Villa means you get four points from the Manchester City striker.

At the opposite end of the price scale, the goalkeeper Stephen Ortega (£3.7m) is currently the cheapest starter in the game due to injury Ederson (£5.5m).

Bill Foden (£8.1m) is Man City's top scorer in home matches this season. Kevin De Bruyne (£10.4m), at the same time Jeremy Toku (£6.4m) is a name to watch out for when the teamsheets come out at 19:15 BST.

Thursday 19:30 BST (deadline)
Liverpool v Sheffield United

If you plan to leave late to submit your squad for Gameweek 31, Thursday 19:30 BST is your final deadline.

There is a strong argument for picking four or five Liverpool players against Sheffield United at home. Jurgen Klopp's side have scored 40 goals in home matches and the opposition have conceded 17 goals in their last five league games.

That immediately removes the appeal of going full in the Reds' front three Mohammed Salah (£13.4m), Luis Diaz (£7.6m) and Darwin Nunez (£7.6m).

Salah has averaged 9.2 points per start at Anfield this season and has failed to win just one of those 11 appearances. Diaz, meanwhile, has four goals, one assist and just one shutout in his last five home matches.

There is a chance that Nunez will be promoted, so it's worth looking out for the team news at 18:30 BST on Thursday. Cody Kakpo (£7.2m) can be earned at a startup.

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Elsewhere, Conor Bradley (£4.3m) and Kevin Kelleher (£3.9m) Liverpool could offer great value to investors in the back line.

20:15 kick-off
Chelsea v Man Utd

of Chelsea Cole Palmer (£5.9m) delivered his eighth double figure of the campaign at home to Burnley last weekend and was the form player in the final in Gameweek 31.

The Blues' Michael Mudryk (£6.3m) The Manchester United pair have the attacking returns in back-to-back matches. Bruno Fernandes (£8.2m) and Marcus Rashford (£8.4m) offers additional options.

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