There’s only one gameweek left before the new year so let’s make it a good one. Check out our FPL tips for Gameweek 19.

Fantasy Premier League has reached the midway point with many managers already throwing in the towel. But if you’re one of the few that have stuck around, you need these players in your team if you want to win your mini-league.

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Last week we told you to bring in Dele Alli, Andre Gray and Ashley Williams. Those three players netted 29 points between them.

FPL Team of the Week

Joel Robles (£4.7m) – 12

Winston Reid (£5.1m) – 11

Laurent Koscielny (£6.3m) – 9

Virgil van Dijk (£5.8m) – 8

Nicolas Otamendi (£5.9m) – 8

Dele Alli (£8.1m) – 15

Pedro (£7.0m) – 13

Yaya Toure (£7.3m) – 11

Roberto Firmino (£8.5m) – 10

Christian Eriksen (£8.6m) – 10

Zlatan Ibrahimovic (£11.6m) – 15

Read below for tips on the players with low ownerships that could gain you points this week:

Goalkeeper:

Artur Boruc (£4.6m) 6.6% ownership – The Cherries have struggled for clean sheets this season, but trips to Swansea and Hull during the next three gameweeks could equal some points for Eddie Howe’s men.

Defender:

Chris Brunt (£5.0m) 1.7% ownership – West Brom have had a tough fixture list over the past few games but their schedule becomes more lenient over the next few gameweeks. A trip to Southampton this week, without Nathan Redmond, could see a clean sheet for the Baggies and also the threat from Brunt going forward.

Midfielder:

Willian (£7.1m) 3.5% ownership – Chelsea play at fortress Stamford Bridge again after putting three past Stoke. Diego Costa should return and link up well with Willian. Their opponents Stoke, conceded four at Anfield on Tuesday.

Striker:

Troy Deeney (£6.8m) 4.5% ownership – The Watford striker bagged his 100th goal for the club against Crystal Palace on Boxing Day which should rejuvenate his confidence. Spurs are missing two of their key defenders through suspension after Kyle Walker and Jan Vertonghen received their fifth bookings at Southampton.