Premier League Fantasy

EPL Fantasy Gameweek 25 Player Picks (Friday Deadline)

Angelos Anastassopoulos February 23, 2023
Gameweek 25

Gameweek 25 of this season’s Premier League Fantasy is a special one. For starters, the deadline is on Friday, so don’t forget to update your team. And, of course, Gameweek 25 is heavily affected by the EFL Cup Final. Four teams have a double week and four have the week off. This is probably as fitting of a chance to use your Free Hit chip. This way you can make unlimited free transfers and your team will return to its previous state before the start of the next Gameweek.

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High-flying Arsenal has the most appealing schedule, alongside struggling Liverpool. Our Gameweek 25 player picks will certainly focus on those two teams.

Gameweek 25 Fixtures

Friday, 24 February

Fulham vs Wolves

Saturday, 25 February

Everton vs Aston Villa
Leeds vs Southampton
Leicester vs Arsenal
West Ham vs Nottingham Forest
Bournemouth vs Manchester City
Crystal Palace vs Liverpool

Sunday, 26 February

Spurs vs Chelsea

Wednesday, 1 March

Arsenal vs Everton
Liverpool vs Wolves


Alisson Becker (Liverpool)

Price: £5.4m | Opponent: Crystal Palace (a) & Wolves (h)
98 points | 15.6% owned

How do you back this choice, two days after Real Madrid scored 5 past Alisson? Liverpool have two Premier League clean sheets in a row and Alisson is one of the only bright spots in this team. With 98 points scored, he is third among goalkeepers in the Premier League and second among Liverpool players, after Mohamed Salah.

Aaron Ramsdale (Arsenal)

Price: £4.9m | Opponent: Leicester (a) & Everton (h)
89 points | 12.2% owned

Arsenal have six relatively easy fixtures in a row. They start that stretch this week with a double against Leicester and Everton. Alisson has a higher ceiling on Gameweek 25, but Ramsdale is a safer choice, has more long-term value, and is cheaper. Your choice.


William Saliba (Arsenal)

Price: £5.3m | Opponent: Leicester (a) & Everton (h)
97 points | 34.2% owned

Arsenal’s defensive record isn’t as good recently, as it was during the first half of the season. Nevertheless, Arsenal are again top of the league and their easy schedule gives the Gunners confidence. I trust Arsenal’s defence more than Liverpool’s, so Saliba, the biggest scorer among the Gunners’ defenders, is my choice here.

James Tarkowski (Everton)

Price: £4.3m | Aston Villa (h) & Arsenal (a)
70 points | 6.8% owned

Everton are a poor defensive team. And still there are two Everton defenders in the top 20 scorers in their position. Especially when it comes to James Tarkowski, he is great value for money. He is £0.6m cheaper than Coady and in a better form. Having been reunited with his old manager, Sean Dyche, Tarkowski has been one of the most impressive players in the past three weeks. And he has already found the net one, against Arsenal, which he’ll face once again this weekend.

Max Kilman (Wolves)

Price: £4.4m | Fulham (a) & Liverpool (a)
69 points | 4.3% owned

This is certainly a tough double for Wolves. The team has been solid in the past few weeks and Kilman in particular knows how to gain points, even if his team does not record a clean sheet. A few weeks ago he recorded his first double-digit score of the season. It was against Liverpool, whom he’ll face once again now.

Andrew Robertson (Liverpool)

Price: £6.8m | Crystal Palace (a) & Wolves (h)
75 points | 7.1% owned

Trent Alexander-Arnold comes off an assist week, but Robertson is more steady all season (as shown by the higher fantasy score) and is way cheaper. For my money, he is the way to go if you want a Liverpool man in your defensive line (which is not the worst idea).


Mohamed Salah (Liverpool)

Price: £12.6m | Crystal Palace (a) & Wolves (h)
122 points | 26.7% owned

Eight goals and five assists would be a perfect tally for most footballers, entering Gameweek 25. For Mo Salah this is underperforming. Recently he has been better and if you are using your chip this week, the Egyptian is an ideal inclusion to your team. Iff you don’t have the funds to do that, Cody Gakpo is a great alternative.

Bukayo Saka (Arsenal)

Price: £8.4m | Leicester (a) & Everton (h)
132 points | 36.4% owned

The fifth-highest scorer in the game has a double feature. Shall we say more? The young Englishman is one of the most impressive players in this season’s Premier League and is leading Arsenal towards the title. He is a must-have.

Martin Odegaard (Arsenal)

Price: £7.0m | Leicester (a) & Everton (h)
131 points | 36.4% owned

Like his teammate, Martin Odegaard is one of Premier League’s fastest-growing brand names. If there is a week to double-down in Arsenal’s midfield line, it is this one.

Alex Iwobi (Everton)

Price: £5.4m | Aston Villa (h) & Arsenal (a)
82 points | 2.4% owned

Everton’s “Mr Assist”. Iwobi has handed out 7 of those all season (the last coming just a few days ago, against Leeds). He is not the most exciting player to watch, but on the right day, he can be fantasy gold.


Darwin Nunez (Liverpool)

Price: £8.7m | Opponent: Crystal Palace (a) & Wolves (h)
65 points | 9.9% owned

Liverpool’s striker is beginning to find his footing in England. He is on a great stretch and shall continue in the same pace, having a couple of relatively easy fixtures ahead of him.

Eddie Nketiah (Arsenal)

Price: £6.8m | Opponent: Leicester (a) & Everton (h)
52 points | 12.5% owned

Nketiah is not the most consistent scorer, but ever since Gabriel Jesus got injured, he has not missed a minute of Premier League football. The goals will come sooner or later.

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