Keep in mind next Gameweek’s double fixtures while enjoying the Gameweek 32 flick. Actors includee captain picks, big hitters, clean sheets, and punts. Also, a weak analogy.
This week’s preview is on the short side, generally eschewing the stats for a short listing of the players to look out for.
- Suarez: The obvious choice this Gameweek, given Liverpool’s home game against West Ham. West Ham’s win against West Brom means Allardyce’s men are safe and could be set for a quiet end to the season. Suarez’s 22 goals speak for themselves and should he continue up front alone supported by Coutinho, he’s likely to score.
Mata: While Sunderland is a question mark following the introduction of Paulo Di Canio, Chelsea should have enough firepower to inflict serious damage to a flailing Sunderland side.
Hazard: The last three games has seen Hazard taking 2.5 shots and creating 2 chances per game. A decent if not spectacular stats, but his 14 Fantasy points against West Ham is indicative of explosive potential.
Ba should start for Chelsea and is a fine bet this Gameweek.
Despite Berbatov’s away game, his five goals in the last four games makes him a great bet.
Lambert is amazingly consistent, especially away from home. He will relish facing his old boss and should be played.
Cazorla is the Arsenal player to own for the double Gameweek. Despite the away game, Arsenal will have to attack in search of the Champions League spot. Cazorla has four goals, an assist, and five bonus points in the last five games. Play him if you have him.
Manchester United will probably play on the counter attack since Manchester City will have to go for it in a last ditch attempt at the title. United will keep it tight and De Gea is a decent goalkeeper shout for the remaining games.
Stoke City can’t buy a goal at the moment and will have to lean on their defence for points. They have been strong at home this season and have a decent chance of shutting Aston Villa out. Wilson is the cheapest option in the Potters’ defence.
Liverpool’s Johnson is a great buy if you have the cash, as he is always involved in attack and offers the potential for clean sheets, assists, and goals.
QPR will have to score and Remy will be instructed to go for it.
Despite Fulham’s fine form of late Cisse is not a bad bet. Fulham have been pretty poor away from home this season and have nothing to play for.
Sigurdsson’s fine goal in the Europa League guarantees him a start against Everton. With Bale out Tottenham will have to lean on other attackers and Sigurdsson is not shy about taking a shot.