Frisking the Fixtures

Who has the best and worst upcoming FPL fixtures?

Our frisk of the fixtures sees us assess the Premier League clubs with the strongest and weakest runs of league matches – in theory, at least.

In this article, we’ll extend our usual six-Gameweek lookahead and instead cast our eyes a little further until the end of the 2020/21 season.



There are still a few unknowns with the schedule, with two previously postponed matches remaining outstanding: Southampton v Crystal Palace and Aston Villa v Everton.

There’s also the prospect of a calendar rejig to accommodate returning spectators at the end of the season, something we expanded on in a dedicated article here.

For now, these are the landmark Gameweeks for the run-in:

  • Gameweek 32 will see Tottenham Hotspur play twice, with Crystal Palace blanking.
  • Gameweek 33 will see Spurs, Manchester City, Southampton and Fulham all blank, thanks to the clash with the EFL Cup final.

We’re entering into the realms of conjecture for everything beyond April:

  • Gameweek 37 would likely be a small Double Gameweek if there are no changes to the calendar, absorbing Southampton v Palace and Villa v Everton.
  • If the deadlines do shift, up to eight teams could potentially have a double in Gameweek 35 and up to four teams could potentially have a blank in Gameweek 36.

FIXTURE MISCELLANY

INVOLVEMENT IN OTHER COMPETITIONS IN THE RUN-IN
CupsTeams
NoneAston Villa, Brighton, Burnley, Crystal Palace, Everton, Fulham, Leeds, Liverpool, Newcastle, Sheff Utd, West Brom, West Ham, Wolves
FA CupLeicester, Southampton
EFL CupSpurs
Europa LeagueMan Utd*, Arsenal*
FA Cup + Champions LeagueChelsea
FA Cup + EFL Cup + Champions LeagueMan City

*Dependent on Thursday’s results


THE GAMEWEEKS SURROUNDING/AFFECTED BY OTHER COMPETITIONS
  • FA Cup semi-finals: Weekend before Gameweek 32
  • FA Cup final: Currently clashes with the weekend of Gameweek 37
  • EFL Cup final: Clashes with the weekend of Gameweek 33
  • Champions League semi-finals: In between Gameweeks 33, 34 and 35
  • Europa League semi-finals: In between Gameweeks 33, 34 and 35
GAMEWEEK 32-38 SCHEDULE AS IT STANDS

With the proviso that anything beyond Gameweek 34 could shift, this is the schedule as it stands:

Dates (midweeks in italics)Premier League fixturesOther fixtures
April 16-19Gameweek 32FA Cup semi-finals (Leicester v Southampton, Man City v Chelsea)
April 20-22Gameweek 32
April 23-26Gameweek 33EFL Cup final (Man City v Spurs)
April 27-29Champions League and Europa League semi-finals (Chelsea, Man City, Arsenal* and Man Utd*)
May 1-2Gameweek 34
May 4-6Champions League and Europa League semi-finals (Chelsea, Man City, Arsenal* and Man Utd*)
May 8-9Gameweek 35
May 11-12Gameweek 36
May 15-16Gameweek 37FA Cup final (Leicester or Southampton v Man City or Chelsea)
May 18-19
May 23Gameweek 38
May 26Europa League final (Arsenal* and Man Utd*)
May 29Champions League final (Chelsea* and Man City*)

*Dependent on further progression in the relevant competition


THE STRONG

LIVERPOOL

Remaining fixtures: lee | NEW | mun | SOU | wba| bur | CRY

Liverpool tick a lot of boxes in the season run-in.

An upturn in form? Check. “Something to play for”? Check. No other distractions outside of the Premier League? Check, following their midweek exit from Europe.

Added to that, they sit top of our Season Ticker for ease of fixture from Gameweeks 32-38.

Among their seven remaining games are matches against mid-table sides with little meaningful left to fight for (Crystal Palace and Southampton) and teams currently scrapping to avoid relegation whose fate may already be decided by the time Gameweeks 36 and 37 roll around (West Brom and Burnley).

An away clash with Leeds United in Gameweek 32 is one of their trickier tests, with the Whites looking more defensively sound of late having conceded just seven goals in their last eight outings.

But the Gameweek 34 trip to Old Trafford couldn’t have been timed better, as Manchester United look set to be in a two-legged Europa League semi-final either side of it.

And in Gameweek 33, when our premium Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City assets are blanking, a home match against a Newcastle United side who have kept a joint-low two Premier League clean sheets in 2021 is prime captaincy material.

WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS AND LEICESTER CITY

Wolves’ remaining fixtures: SHU | BUR | wba | BHA | tot | eve | MUN
Leicester’s remaining fixtures: WBA | CRY | sou | NEW | mun | che | TOT

We have grouped these two teams together as their schedules are markedly similar.

Both sides have excellent runs from Gameweeks 32-35, each enjoying four games – three of which are at home – against teams all currently in the bottom half of the table.

And the two clubs both suffer negative fixture swings in the final three Gameweeks, with a triple-header of matches against Champions League-chasing opposition.

Sheffield United, Burnley, West Bromwich Albion, Crystal Palace, Southampton and Newcastle United are all in the bottom six for goals conceded in 2021, although a resurgent Baggies may present a stiffer test than they would have a couple of months ago.

Wolves’ results over this period may depend much on their own motivation, something widely discussed at this time of year and a subject covered in Deulofail’s recent Hot Topic.

A 1-0 win at Fulham, a team with plenty “to play for”, was at least a promising start to those targeting Conor Coady (£4.9m) and co for this excellent run.

ARSENAL

Remaining fixtures: FUL | EVE | new | WBA | che | cry | BHA

The result of Thursday’s Europa League quarter-final, second-leg tie between Arsenal and Slavia Prague could have a huge say on the appeal of the Gunners’ assets, regardless of their attractive Premier League schedule.

For starters, Mikel Arteta’s line-up in the Czech Republic may partly dictate what team he selects for the clash with Fulham on Sunday.

Should Arsenal defeat Slavia, then a two-legged semi-final tie against Dinamo Zagreb and Villarreal could cause further rotation-related disruption in Gameweeks 33, 34 and 35.

There aren’t many Gunners who will swerve a benching or two so long as they remain in the Europa League, with success in that competition representing their best chance of qualifying for next season’s Champions League.

TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR

Remaining fixtures: eve + SOU | – | SHU| lee | WOL | AVL | lei

No frisk of the remaining fixtures would be complete without a mention of Spurs, the only team with two matches in Double Gameweek 32.

They’re decent ones, too: the Lilywhites have put nine goals past Everton and Southampton in their two most recent meetings, although it’d be difficult to see Jose Mourinho’s hot-and-cold Lilywhites replicating those results based on their recent form.

The match with Ralph Hasenhuttl’s beleaguered troops particularly appeals as the Saints have shipped 11 more goals than any other club from Gameweek 19 onwards, a run that includes 12 concessions in their last four games.

The problematic element is the fact the clash with Southampton falls a few days before the EFL Cup final, which in turn causes the Lilywhites a Blank Gameweek 33.

We’ll almost certainly want Harry Kane (£11.7m) and Son Heung-min (£9.4m) straight back, as a meeting with whipping boys Sheffield United awaits in Gameweek 34.

Three comfortably mid-table clubs then follow, for subscribers of the ‘on the beach’ theory.

WEST HAM UNITED

Remaining fixtures: new | CHE | bur | EVE | bha | wba | SOU

Having racked up 82 points in his first 10 appearances since his loan move to east London, Jesse Lingard (£6.5m) will be a staple of many FPL squads, regardless of fixtures.

But favourable opposition is always welcome and in Newcastle, Burnley and Southampton, he and his Champions League-chasing West Ham side face three teams who have managed just one clean sheet each in the last seven Gameweeks.

The hope from a Hammers perspective is perhaps that, by the time we reach Gameweek 36, the destinies of a resurgent Brighton and West Brom will be settled – those two sides have the joint-third-best defensive record in their last 10 matches, with nine goals conceded apiece.

ALSO CONSIDER

We’ll be back with another look at the calendar in a fortnight’s time, by which time you can expect to see Leeds United (LIV | MUN | bha | TOT| bur | SOU | wba) feature more prominently.

A double-header against Liverpool and Manchester United precedes a more welcoming run-in, although the Whites will fancy their chances against anyone after their Gameweek 31 success at the Etihad.

Sheffield United (wol | BHA | tot | CRY | eve | new | BUR) are second behind only Liverpool in our Season Ticker for Gameweeks 31-38, although it would take a serious about-turn in form for Fantasy managers to go anywhere near the Blades: Paul Heckingbottom’s charges have lost eight of their last nine matches, conceding 20 goals and scoring just three.

A significant Double Gameweek 35 is still a possibility but it’s worth mentioning the four teams we know will have a Double Gameweek at some point, namely Aston Villa, Everton, Crystal Palace and Southampton.

None of them have a particularly attractive run-in, however – more of which below.

THE WEAK

Southampton and Crystal Palace

Southampton’s remaining fixtures: tot | – | LEI | liv | FUL | LEE | whu (plus CRY)
Crystal Palace’s remaining fixtures: – | lei | MCI | shu | AVL | ARS | liv (plus sou)

Blanks for Southampton and Crystal Palace in the next two Gameweeks, along with some tricky tests on either side of them, ensure that the two mid-table clubs remain rooted to the bottom of our Season Ticker.

And that’s before we even get to recent results, with Southampton in the bottom two of the Premier League form table over their last eight, ten and 12 matches.

These two sides found themselves in similar ‘nothing to play for’ territory in the final quarter of 2019/20 and underscored the uncertainty that the end of the season brings: Southampton were excellent after lockdown, Palace abject.

Their future Double Gameweek may rekindle interest, especially if Palace do end up getting a Gameweek 35 double-header against two of the division’s two worst defences in Saints and Sheffield United.

FULHAM AND MANCHESTER CITY

Fulham’s remaining fixtures: ars | – | che | BUR | sou | mun | NEW
Manchester City’s remaining fixtures: avl | – | cry | CHE | new | bha | EVE

Both these sides share two things in common: they blank in Gameweek 33 and have played at least one game more than the rest of the division.

Fulham also have away matches at Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United to negotiate, although there are more favourable clashes to look forward to for both sides.

It’s less about fixture difficulty at the moment, though, for these two clubs.

The Cottagers’ form has deserted them just at the point when survival looked likely, with losses to mid-table opposition in each of their last three games denting their FPL appeal.

And for City, it’s more to do with the rotation risk that comes with them fighting on four fronts: due to their continued involvement in the FA Cup, EFL Cup and Champions League and the fact that the Premier League title is all but secured, they face more pressing issues on either side of their remaining six top-flight fixtures.

ALSO CONSIDER

Question marks over Chelsea defenders after heavy West Brom loss

The Gameweek 35 fixture swing for Chelsea (BHA | whu | FUL | mci | ARS | LEI | avl) is something to consider for those doubling up or tripling up on the Blues’ backline, although Thomas Tuchel will be hoping that European exertions will provide a welcome distraction for City and Arsenal sides with little left to play for on the domestic front.

Brighton and Hove Albion (che | shu | LEE | wol | WHU | MCI | ars) will be hoping that Premier League safety is assured by Gameweek 36, meanwhile, after a decent three-match run that precedes it.

The fine form of West Bromwich Albion (lei | avl | WOL | ars | LIV | WHU | lee) will also be put to the test between now and mid-May, with all seven of their remaining opponents in the top 12 – although, to bring us neatly back around to a recurring theme, four of their fixtures are against mid-table sides with little chance of relegation or Champions League qualification.


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516 Comments Post a Comment
  1. KAALI_DAAL
      23 days, 19 hours ago

      Who will win Champions League.

      Wrong answers only.

      1. liverpool01
        • 2 Years
        23 days, 19 hours ago

        PSG

      2. Dr. Rog
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 11 Years
        23 days, 19 hours ago

        City. Their defence is the best this year.

      3. Igz08
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        23 days, 19 hours ago

        Liverpool

      4. Gudjohnsen
        • 4 Years
        23 days, 19 hours ago

        Manchester United

      5. Miguel Sanchez
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        23 days, 19 hours ago

        Chelsea

        1. Hazz
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 3 Years
          23 days, 19 hours ago

          They said wrong answers only 😉

          1. Miguel Sanchez
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 4 Years
            23 days, 19 hours ago

            I’m trying to jinx it

            1. Hazz
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 3 Years
              23 days, 19 hours ago

              Good lad.

      6. pingissimus
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 2 Years
        23 days, 19 hours ago

        A team that isn't a champion

      7. Daniel - Maquire or Hendo?
        • 11 Years
        23 days, 16 hours ago

        Real

      8. JohnnyRev7
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 10 Years
        23 days, 16 hours ago

        Bolton Wanderers. They win, I win.

    • liverpool01
      • 2 Years
      23 days, 19 hours ago

      Best 5.6 gk for rest of the season?

      1. Dr. Rog
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 11 Years
        23 days, 19 hours ago

        Martinez.

        Gets save points, and has an extra match at some point.

        1. liverpool01
          • 2 Years
          23 days, 19 hours ago

          Already have Martinez but still have bb.

      2. pingissimus
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 2 Years
        23 days, 19 hours ago

        Meslier

        Despite cs deficit he has outpointed Mendy and he has a nice run of fixtures for save points followed by cs chances.

        1. liverpool01
          • 2 Years
          23 days, 19 hours ago

          Liverpool, Man Utd and Spurs in their next 4 games.

          But fixtures after that look great.

          1. pingissimus
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 2 Years
            23 days, 19 hours ago

            Poor immediate ones but that's where save points come in.

            He's not exactly Martinez but he's had a couple of double digits and two 9 pointers in the second half so far. Most will say Mendy but if budget in any way matters I think Meslier is the better choice - more chance of upside in any event.

        2. Daniel - Maquire or Hendo?
          • 11 Years
          23 days, 16 hours ago

          Messier for me too

      3. Kroneek
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 7 Years
        23 days, 19 hours ago

        Schmeichel

    • fruncan
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      23 days, 19 hours ago

      Bench one x2 for DGW 32:

      Areola or Martinez

      Trossard or Watkins

      1. Well you know, Triffic
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 10 Years
        23 days, 18 hours ago

        Martinez and Trossard

    • Boom XhakaLacaSaka
      • 1 Year
      23 days, 19 hours ago

      Does Greenwood Play the next 2 prem games?

      1. Miguel Sanchez
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        23 days, 19 hours ago

        I hope so

        1. Boom XhakaLacaSaka
          • 1 Year
          23 days, 19 hours ago

          Its him or rashford in for me

          1. Miguel Sanchez
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 4 Years
            23 days, 19 hours ago

            Rashford safer starter

            1. Boom XhakaLacaSaka
              • 1 Year
              23 days, 19 hours ago

              Will make the decision tonight probably after their Europa game, apparently Rashford has a knock

              1. Miguel Sanchez
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 4 Years
                23 days, 19 hours ago

                Same - if Greenwood avoids playing the full 90 i will probably bring him in

    • Hazz
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      23 days, 19 hours ago

      Boring questions here!

      A) Play: Martinez (MCI) or Sanchez (CHE)
      B) 1st on bench: Bamford or Dallas (LIV)

      I do also have Dunk but will probably bench.

      1. Ajax Hamsterdam
        • 6 Years
        23 days, 19 hours ago

        martinez
        dallas

      2. Boom XhakaLacaSaka
        • 1 Year
        23 days, 19 hours ago

        Wouldn't surprise me seeing a brighton clean sheet

        1. Hazz
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 3 Years
          23 days, 19 hours ago

          Whilst it'd give me players in a match that evening, I'm not sure as a Chelsea fan I want them to keep a cleaner rally 😆

          Do agree we need our shooting boots on though.

          1. Boom XhakaLacaSaka
            • 1 Year
            23 days, 19 hours ago

            Could be a win-win situation then haha

            1. Hazz
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 3 Years
              23 days, 19 hours ago

              Think the odds are less likely for that.

      3. Miguel Sanchez
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        23 days, 19 hours ago

        Martinez
        Bamford

        1. Hazz
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 3 Years
          23 days, 18 hours ago

          Cheers. What I'm on! Doubt Bamford comes in anyway, more likely Dallas for a defender.

    • Ajax Hamsterdam
      • 6 Years
      23 days, 19 hours ago

      do you reckon antonio is out for a while?

      1. Miguel Sanchez
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        23 days, 19 hours ago

        Yeah - season possibly

      2. pingissimus
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 2 Years
        23 days, 19 hours ago

        Suspect so

        Now that Bowen and Lingz seem to gel there won't be pressure to rush him back early.

    • FOMFF
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      23 days, 19 hours ago

      KDB, Bruno > Salah, Son for a -4?

    • No Kane No Gain
      • 2 Years
      23 days, 19 hours ago

      Start Watkins or DCL?!

      1. Miguel Sanchez
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        23 days, 19 hours ago

        DCL - done well vs Spurs this year in two previous games

        1. No Kane No Gain
          • 2 Years
          23 days, 19 hours ago

          Cheers. It does mean 4 players 2 Everton and 2 spurs in that match though if I did that!

          1. Miguel Sanchez
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 4 Years
            23 days, 19 hours ago

            5-4 last time they played

      2. Boom XhakaLacaSaka
        • 1 Year
        23 days, 19 hours ago

        DCl is out

        1. No Kane No Gain
          • 2 Years
          23 days, 19 hours ago

          Officially confirmed?! How long??

          1. Boom XhakaLacaSaka
            • 1 Year
            23 days, 19 hours ago

            Says on the press conference part

          2. Going Home
            • 9 Years
            23 days, 19 hours ago

            Until next GW. Just be happy that your bench decision has been made for you. I was worried about benching him too haha

      3. Going Home
        • 9 Years
        23 days, 19 hours ago

        DCL ruled out for this week. See scout tweets

      4. Hazz
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 3 Years
        23 days, 19 hours ago

        https://twitter.com/ColmVHayes/status/1382674929645199360?s=19

        DCL is out. Decision made for you.

    • evilfish
      • 5 Years
      23 days, 19 hours ago

      Start Rudiger or Fofana?

      1. Miguel Sanchez
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        23 days, 19 hours ago

        Rudiger but strong possibility Fofana will come off bench

      2. evilfish
        • 5 Years
        23 days, 19 hours ago

        Thanks Miguel, you are answering a lot of people's questions. Appreciate it. 🙂

    • Inter Me Gran
      • 5 Years
      23 days, 19 hours ago

      TC Son (to make up ground but is a rotation risk)
      Or Kane (safe bet but everyone will C him)

      1. Miguel Sanchez
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        23 days, 19 hours ago

        Kane

      2. ⱼₐᵣᵥᵢₛₕ
        • 6 Years
        23 days, 19 hours ago

        The one you feel is most likely to score more points

      3. RAFA THE GAFFA
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 5 Years
        23 days, 19 hours ago

        Kane

      4. Shayben
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 9 Years
        23 days, 16 hours ago

        Kane or you probably won't enjoy watching the games as much

    • Lignja
      • 3 Years
      23 days, 19 hours ago

      Mendy
      Rudiger, Coady, Shaw, Holding
      Salah, Son, Jota, Bruno
      Kane, Ihenacho

      Forster, Gudnogan, Phlips, DCL

      a. save
      b. DCl to Bamfrod (use BB)
      c. DCL, Gudogan to Bamford, Lignard -4 (use BB)

      1. RAFA THE GAFFA
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 5 Years
        23 days, 19 hours ago

        Any news on DCL yet? Could do well against that Spurs backline

        1. Lignja
          • 3 Years
          23 days, 19 hours ago

          did not read anything, if he is fit than i can do Gundo to Bowen even...

          1. RAFA THE GAFFA
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 5 Years
            23 days, 19 hours ago

            He’s speaking to the media now

        2. Going Home
          • 9 Years
          23 days, 19 hours ago

          Our this week; back next week

    • RAFA THE GAFFA
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      23 days, 19 hours ago

      1FT. 0.1itb. BB Active. Best move?

      A. Salah >> Son
      B. Bruno >> Son
      C. Gundog >> ASM?

      Mendy
      TAA. Rudiger. Holding
      Salah. Bruno. Lingard. Jota. Gundog
      Kane. Iheanacho
      (Forster, DCL, Coady, Shaw)

      1. pingissimus
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 2 Years
        23 days, 19 hours ago

        C would be a dynamite move 😉

        I'd do A - assume you'd reverse it next week or are you backing the defence?

        1. RAFA THE GAFFA
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 5 Years
          23 days, 19 hours ago

          A is the easiest one to reverse yeah. Got 0.1 ITB. Bruno would need a hit to reverse or I wouldn’t getting him back.

          I’m at 30k so C could be fun 🙂

          1. pingissimus
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 2 Years
            23 days, 19 hours ago

            I spent some time last week tipping Wilson - completely overlooked ASM.

            Without checking he must have almost doubled his returns for the season last week. Don't associate him with end product 🙂 Looked really good.

            But now just checked and that's an okay record given all the times he's been out - appears to specialise in the double return.

      2. Lignja
        • 3 Years
        23 days, 19 hours ago

        hard to go w/o Son but also rly hard to lose Salah or Bruno with that fixture, maybe C

      3. Bavarian
        • 3 Years
        23 days, 19 hours ago

        C to Bowen

    • Pep Roulette
      • 3 Years
      23 days, 19 hours ago

      Hey fam

      A. Cancelo to TAA for -4
      B. Play Cancelo (Dunk backup) & do A for free next week

      1. Killitzer
        • 11 Years
        23 days, 19 hours ago

        B

        1. Pep Roulette
          • 3 Years
          23 days, 19 hours ago

          Cheers mate

    • Dark Side Of The Loon!
      • 4 Years
      23 days, 19 hours ago

      Hello people. Just tested positive with the dreaded Rona! Anything that I have missed over the past 4 days? Kane still the best TC choice?

      1. artvandelay316
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        23 days, 19 hours ago

        Sorry to hear that. I hope you are feeling well. I think Kane is still most popular TC. I feel pretty confident having him as Cap.

        1. Dark Side Of The Loon!
          • 4 Years
          23 days, 19 hours ago

          Sure. Will probably play it safe and go with him. Feeling ok. Thanks a lot!

      2. Hazz
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 3 Years
        23 days, 19 hours ago

        Hope you're better soon man. You haven't missed much. Best TC choose is still Kane or Son.

        Bigmanbakar has done an analysis on them (see hot topics) and Son runs surprisingly close. We all know Kane's EO will be astronomical this GW however - so go for the safe good option, or the still decent yet riskier one.

        1. Dark Side Of The Loon!
          • 4 Years
          23 days, 19 hours ago

          Sure. Thanks a lot! Will check the hot topics.

    • Gudjohnsen
      • 4 Years
      23 days, 19 hours ago

      If I have Stones and Rudiger is there a chance both Coufal and Dunk come of the bench for me?

      1. Hazz
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 3 Years
        23 days, 19 hours ago

        There's a chance. Wouldn't expect both to come off. Pointless predicting Pep, but if Laporte/Dias start in the FA Cup Semi as many are predicting, then Stones may well start the Villa game.

    • Stupendous
      • 8 Years
      23 days, 19 hours ago

      Is Maddison an option again? I need to bring a midfielder in for gw33

      1. Miguel Sanchez
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        23 days, 19 hours ago

        Yes but I would hold out bringing him until GW33 if you can. The cup semi final is before his GW32 fixture which coud make things trickier to guarantee he starts. Also WBA is as attractive a fixture as it was a few months ago.

        1. Stupendous
          • 8 Years
          23 days, 19 hours ago

          I have Sterling and Neto to move on but might bench Neto another week.

          Need a starter for Sterling and eyeing up Madd

    • Killitzer
      • 11 Years
      23 days, 19 hours ago

      afternoon all

      Well and truly fluffed up last week as had the WC ready and forgot to activate it. To top it off Dallas was on the bench.

      I'm thinking of WC this week and just leaving the TH players on the bench for next week-

      Pope Martinez
      Targett Apz Dallas Coufal Stones
      Jota Raphinha Son Gundo Fernandes
      Kane Bamford Antonio
      £3.8m

      1. Antonio --> Nacho
      2. Antonio + Raphinha --> Nacho + Moura (-4 and WC next week)

      or WC this week to-

      Mendy Areola
      Phillips Dallas Coufal Coady TAA
      Rashford Salah Son Lingard Jorginho
      Kane Nacho Bamford

      Any opinions would be appreaciated!

      1. Killitzer
        • 11 Years
        23 days, 19 hours ago

        appreciated!

      2. Rasping Drive
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 11 Years
        23 days, 19 hours ago

        I’d WC this week. Personally I wouldn’t have both Dallas and Bamford on a WC and Jorginho is very reliant on pens but I guess you’ll be benching him every week. I’d be tempted to drop Bamford to a bench fodder striker and use the cash to upgrade Jorginho.

    • Aster
        23 days, 19 hours ago

        Laca or Cavani?

        1. Miguel Sanchez
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 4 Years
          23 days, 19 hours ago

          Laca

      • Going Home
        • 9 Years
        23 days, 19 hours ago

        If I have a bench of DCL, Dallas and Phillips, it’s not worth losing DCL for a hit, right? Back next week, guaranteed double and some reasonable upcoming fixtures

      • the dom 1
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 6 Years
        23 days, 19 hours ago

        Best week to use TC chip is this week right? Kane?

        1. Dragon1983
            23 days, 19 hours ago

            Good timing !

        2. Dragon1983
            23 days, 19 hours ago

            TC left to use - any argument against Kane this week ?

            1. RAFA THE GAFFA
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 5 Years
              23 days, 19 hours ago

              Nope

          • Igz08
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 4 Years
            23 days, 19 hours ago

            hah mods at work :L

          • RAFA THE GAFFA
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 5 Years
            23 days, 19 hours ago

            Planned for BB but DCL out means my team is a right headache! Who do I now bench?

            Mendy
            TAA. Rudiger. Holding
            Salah. Bruno. Lingard. Jota. Gundog
            Kane. Iheanacho
            (Forster, DCL**, Coady, Shaw)

            1. Miguel Sanchez
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 4 Years
              23 days, 19 hours ago

              play Shaw over Gundogan

          • Patio Kev
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 7 Years
            23 days, 19 hours ago

            One of my favourite and the best written articles.

            I do always think though that under the “Weak” it should say “Don’t Consider” rather than “Consider”.

          • Ronnies
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 5 Years
            23 days, 19 hours ago

            Any update on Raphinha from the Leeds press conference earlier today ?

            Thanks.

            1. BrockLanders
              • 6 Years
              23 days, 18 hours ago

              Seems out

              1. Fitzy.
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 9 Years
                23 days, 18 hours ago

                You got that from the press conference?

          • Christina.
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 11 Years
            23 days, 19 hours ago

            lol

          • dshv
            • 3 Years
            23 days, 19 hours ago

            1. Neto to pereira
            2. Dias to shaw
            3 save (next week bring shaw and lingz)

            Don’t have any on the bench..

          • KGJ United
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 8 Years
            23 days, 19 hours ago

            What to do with Reece James?
            Not really confidant with him starting PL games...

          • FPL Mentor
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 5 Years
            23 days, 18 hours ago

            Troops for GW32

            Lloris
            TAA Holding Coady
            Son Bruno Lingard Jota
            Vardy Kane(C) Nacho

            Leno / Rudiger / Neto* / Mitchell

            We good to go?

          • gellinmagellan
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 3 Years
            23 days, 18 hours ago

            Leno
            TAA Shaw Rudiger (Holding Lowton)
            Salah Son Jota Lingard Bruno
            Kane Nacho (Vydra)

            1 FT 0 ITB. Any suggestions on what to do here? BB left

            1. dunas_dog
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 5 Years
              23 days, 18 hours ago

              Easy carry of transfer- good team