Gameweek 19 is the first Double Gameweek of the 2022/23 season. Chelsea and Fulham will both play twice. The deadline is at at 4:00pm on the 2nd of January. To help FPL managers with their decisions we take a look at the teams with the best fixtures in Gameweek 19.
Fantasy Football Scout members have the opportunity to sort the Fixture Ticker by difficulty. This means that they are able to see how difficult the matches are over a range they have specified. Members are also able to sort the Fixture Ticker by defence and attack. You can sign up as a Fantasy Football Scout member here.
We have sorted the Fixture Ticker by difficulty and the four teams that sit top are Fulham, Chelsea, Southampton and Man United. We take a look at the teams with the best fixtures in Gameweek 19.
Fulham are top of the FFScout Fixture Ticker for Gameweek 19. They play twice as part of a Double Gameweek. The Cottagers start with a trip to Leicester, before welcoming Chelsea to Craven Cottage.
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Second on the Fixture Ticker for Gameweek 19 are Chelsea. Like Fulham they play twice in Double Gameweek 19. They host Man City at Stamford Bridge before heading to Fulham.
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Southampton sit third on the Fixture Ticker for Gameweek 19. They travel to Nottingham Forest.
Southampton had a difficult start to the Premier League season which resulted in them parting company with their manager. However, players like Che Adams as well as James Ward-Prowse could offer good differential potential for FPL managers.
Manchester United are fourth on the Fixture Ticker for Gameweek 19. They travel to Bournemouth.
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