With top-flight football and Fantasy Premier League set to resume in June, we continue with our team-by-team series of refresher articles.
Using each club’s last six matches as a jumping-off point, we are focusing on which players were in favour and catching the eye before the coronavirus outbreak halted proceedings in mid-March.
A total of 15 teams will be covered in this series, with the other five Premier League sides having been studied in separate pieces looking at the ‘new manager bounce’.
You can find the relevant links at the bottom of this article.
Of course, plenty has changed since Gameweek 29 and three months will have gone by without a ball being kicked by the time we recommence. Any form, to use a tired old cliche, may simply go out of the window given the length of time the Premier League has been dormant.
Still, with there having been no managerial changes or new signings during the downtime, most sides’ set-ups – from personnel and formation to playing style – will likely be instantly recognisable when play restarts next month.
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