Telegraph Fantasy Football 18/19 tips: Week 30 review

Lukaku celebrates a late winner against Southampton.
Lukaku celebrates a late winner against Southampton. Credit: PA/Martin Rickett

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Team of the week

Value: £49.7m

Points: 195

Liverpool's defensive trio of Virgil van Dijk, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Andrew Robertson all feature in the best XI after chalking up 66 TFF points between them.

They're joined by Everton duo Seamus Coleman and Gylfi Sigurdsson, who helped the Toffees secure a point against the Reds in Sunday's Merseyside derby, and there are familiar appearances in the team of the week for Ederson Moraes and Sadio Mane.

Elsewhere, Mesut Ozil, Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Wilfied Zaha also feature having got on the scoresheet in Week 30. Romelu Lukaku leads the line after scoring a brace against both Southampton and Crystal Palace.

Player of the week

Romelu Lukaku was the standout player of the week, producing 25 TFF points for 6% of all managers. The £6.7m rated striker scored four goals during the week and also chipped in with a key contribution.

Manager of the week

James Tyson from Askam In Furness picks up the manager of the week award and in doing so scoops himself a £100 first prize. His team, A March Eve 2, accumulated 177 TFF points to earn a place in the 2018/19 Hall of Fame.

Week 30 scout report

13,000 Telegraph Fantasy Football managers transferred in Sergio Aguero ahead of Manchester City's clash with Bournemouth but were left disappointed as the striker only added two TFF points to his total.

10,000, however, were rewarded for bringing in Trent Alexander-Arnold as the £3.6m rated defender produced three a hat-trick of assists against Watford. 

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