Fantasy football scout tips for gameweek 24: Mohamed Salah, Andy Robertson, Heung-Min Son and more

Mark Critchley

Mohamed Salah

The most important thing to know about gameweek 24 is that Liverpool have two matches, meaning you need three of their players in your team.

Whether that be two defenders and a midfielder, two midfielders and a defender or even if you decide to include Roberto Firmino as a differential, make sure you are fully stocked up.

Most managers have one of Sadio Mané or Mohamed Salah, and more own Mané than Salah, but we simply recommend signing the one you do not own for a rare double-up.

Andy Robertson

West Ham are the other top-flight team to play twice this week, but a lack of reliable options and two difficult fixtures for David Moyes's side means you can fully focus your buying on Liverpool.

For those doubling up at the back rather than in midfield, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Virgil van Dijk and Andy Robertson are all good options. Chances are you own Alexander-Arnold or Van Dijk, but Robertson's ownership is much lower at around 20%.

Heung-Min Son​

Moving away from the double, Tottenham have a pair of enticing fixtures sandwiching Manchester City's trip to north London, so it may be time to invest in their forward line.

Heung-Min Son has burned fantasy managers a few times this season with unexpected blanks and sendings-off, but he should be well-fancied for Spurs' forthcoming run starting with a visit from Norwich.

Leandro Trossard

After having his introduction to the Premier League interrupted by injury, Leandro Trossard is finally enjoying sustained minutes at Brighton.

He returned the favour to Graham Potter with a goal in the draw with Aston Villa, and now faces another porous and out-of-sorts defence in the shape of Bournemouth.

Brandon Williams

Manchester United may only be one game away from full-blown crisis at any point, but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side are about to embark on a kinder run of fixtures with a cheap, starting defender.

Brandon Williams is quickly making the left-back spot his own and is priced at just £4.1m, as an adventurous part of a defence that is the third-best on expected numbers.

Honourable mentions: Alex McCarthy, Mason Holgate, Robert Snodgrass, Roberto Firmino, Neal Maupay.