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8 February 2019

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Fantasy Premier League tips ahead of Gameweek 26

- Aaron Mooy has created more chances than any other teammate
- Elias Kachunga could be a budget option for FPL managers
- Philip Billing offers both bite and guile in midfield

A visit from Arsenal can boost Huddersfield Town’s attacking prospects in Gameweek 26 of Fantasy Premier League.

The Gunners arrive at the John Smith’s Stadium as the only team without an away clean sheet this campaign.

This suggests that the Terriers could improve on their haul of 13 goals in the opening 25 fixtures.

The return from injury of playmaker Aaron Mooy (£5.0m) could not be more timely.

The Australian international made his first start since Gameweek 16 last weekend and remains a key attacking threat for the Terriers.

Indeed, Mooy’s 29 chances created are more than any team-mate, despite his lengthy absence. And his 11 shots on target rank second for Huddersfield this season.

Only three teams have conceded more goals than the 25 Arsenal has shipped on the road.

Elias Kachunga (£4.8m) is another who will hope to prosper against Unai Emery's men.

He's one of only five outfield players to have started both matches under Jan Siewert.

Kachunga's two shots in the box over the last two Gameweeks is second only to the four of Steve Mounie (£5.8m) among Huddersfield players.

And his generous price tag heightens his appeal as a budget forward.

The big all-round presence of Philip Billing (£4.5m) could be a crucial factor on Saturday afternoon.

The Dane returned to the starting XI last weekend after a two-match absence and offers both bite and guile in midfield.

Billing’s tallies of 38 shots and 20 chances created both rank among the top three players for Huddersfield.

He has also made more successful tackles (71) than any team-mate in 2018/19.

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