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Best 2023/24 FPL asset from each club

Based on who totalled the most points, we’re able to discover who was 2023/24’s best FPL asset from all 20 clubs.

Arsenal – Bukayo Saka (226)

Better than Martin Odegaard and the league’s best defence, Saka took the most touches inside the penalty area (290) and created the fourth-most chances (91). A particularly fruitful run between Gameweeks 22 and 26 brought seven goals and four double-digit hauls.

Aston Villa – Ollie Watkins (228)

The game’s top-scoring forward, Watkins fizzled out in the final weeks but still produced more assists (18) and attacking returns (37) than everyone else. There were even individual matches where he collected four and five of them.

Bournemouth – Dominic Solanke (175)

Having never beaten six goals previously, this campaign of 19 was hugely successful. The forward had a great spell around Christmas and finishes as the third-best for shots (109) and in fourth place for expected goals (19.63).

Brentford – Yoane Wissa (131)

Edges out injury victim Bryan Mbeumo. A year of 12 goals looks decent, although in the middle was a 19-game spell with just two of them. Wissa ended strongly, though.

Brighton – Pascal Gross (153)

Until the final week, the only Seagulls player to reach a century of points. Gross ended with 10 successive blanks but still racked up four goals and 11 assists. The latter were boosted by him taking the most successful corners (51) and ranking second for chances created (103).

Burnley – Zeki Amdouni (85)

Do we even celebrate such a paltry points total? With five goals and one assist, the Swiss international never reached an ownership of 50,000.

Chelsea – Cole Palmer (244)

At the complete opposite end of the spectrum is the spectacular breakthrough year of Palmer – FPL’s top scorer for 2023/24. The sole player to reach 10 double-digit hauls, he delivered the second-most goals (22) and involvements (35). Not bad for someone who didn’t start until Gameweek 7.

Crystal Palace – Jean-Philippe Mateta (165)

Under new manager Oliver Glasner, this became a very competitive category in the final weeks. Michael Olise and Eberechi Eze were oozing points but ultimately it was the final day hat-trick of Mateta that emerged victorious. Nine goals in his closing six appearances, with the game’s second-most points between Gameweeks 28 and 38.

Everton – Jordan Pickford (153)

Time for a couple of goalkeepers. England’s number one ended proceedings as the best in his position, helped by four double-digit hauls. Although David Raya collected a bigger amount of clean sheets, Pickford racked up far more saves.

Fulham – Bernd Leno (133)

As for Leno, he took part in Fulham’s consecutive 5-0 home wins, spaced just four days apart.

Liverpool – Mohamed Salah (211)

In fairness, Salah’s lowest points total from his seven Liverpool seasons came from his fewest minutes on the pitch. By Gameweek 20, he was comfortably ahead of everyone else but a combination of AFCON and an injury slowed things down. Still, he created the most big chances (22) and had the second-most attempts (114) and shots on target (54). It’ll be interesting to see if he remains at Anfield, post-Klopp.

Luton – Carlton Morris (146)

What held back Alfie Doughty’s impressive ten assists was his side’s lack of clean sheets. Whereas budget forward Morris had a few productive spells. Three goals in his first six, a few in the closing seven, plus five in the period between Gameweeks 21 and 27.

Man City – Phil Foden (230)

Golden Boot winner Erling Haaland was beaten for points by midfield colleague Foden. Only Palmer tallied more, as he was finally given the platform to orchestrate a title win. Two hat-tricks and three braces came in the season’s latter half.

Man United – Bruno Fernandes (166)

Boosted by successive big scores in Gameweeks 33 and 34, Fernandes top the individual ranking for chances created (114). Furthermore, he found time to have the eighth-most on target for himself (40).

Newcastle – Anthony Gordon (183)

No player had more home attacking returns than Gordon’s 22, yet only five came away. He played himself into England’s Euro 2024 squad by netting against all of the supposed ‘big six’.

Nottingham Forest – Morgan Gibbs-White (142)

Midfield machine Gibbs-White matched the five goals and 12 assists of 2022/23. Coming sixth for chances created (74), his free-kick crosses (43) were up in second place.

Sheffield United – Gustavo Hamer (108)

One of the few Blades assets to end the season with any credit. This summer signing from Coventry had an eight-game spell of just two goals, four assists and a mere two blanks.

Tottenham – Son Heung-min (213)

Meanwhile, a Gameweek 4 hat-trick started Son’s run of eight goals in seven outings. Fourth for big chances created (20), his under-par final nine matches amounted to a disappointing 2.15 non-penalty expected goals (NPxG).

West Ham – Jarrod Bowen (182)

The first Premier League to score in the first six away games. He soon became the third to net in seven successive trips, later adding a Brentford hat-trick in late February.

Wolves – Matheus Cunha (135)

Finally, this Brazilian had a superb pre-injury run of seven goals and four assists between Gameweeks 13 and 23. At that point, he was the third-best forward for chances created and shots on target.

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