Best Gameweek 6 fixtures
With Gameweek 5 now over FPL managers are tuning their attention to Gameweek 6. To help with these decisions we take a look at the teams with the best fixtures in Gameweek 6.
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 Spurs, Nottingham Forest, Bournemouth and Wolves. We take a look at the teams with the best fixtures in Gameweek 6.
Tottenham are top of the FFScout Fixture Ticker for Gameweek 6. They face newly promoted Fulham at home on Saturday at 3pm.
Spurs played out a 1-1 draw with West Ham in Gameweek 5. The Lily Whites have a good record against newly promoted teams, with striker Harry Kane (£11.4m) averaging 7.25 points per match against them prior to the start of this season. He has also already returned against a newly promoted side Nottingham Forest in this season which bodes well for him in Gameweek 6.
Kane’s teammate Son Heung-Min (£10.8m)has struggled so far this season with just one assist in the opening five matches. The midfielder however has never returned against Fulham in the league.
Second on the Fixture Ticker for Gameweek 6 are Nottingham Forest. Forest face fellow newly promoted Bournemouth in Gameween 6. Bournemouth sacked manager Scott Parker ahead of Gameweek 5 and therefore will be managed by their caretaker manager in this weekend.
Defender Neco Williams (£4.1m) is top for goal attempts at Nottingham Forest this season. He has had 11 goal attempts, three more than Ryan Yates (£5.0m) who is second. Couple with with Bournemouth failing to score in the last four matches and Williams has the potential to return at both ends of the pitch in Gameweek 6.
Bournemouth sit third on the Fixture Ticker for Gameweek 6. They travel to fellow newly promoted Nottingham Forest.
Bournemouth have had a difficult start to the season. They conceded 16 goals between Gameweek 2 and 4. In addition they parted company with manager Scott Parker. In Gameweek 5 they did however manage a 0-0 draw against Wolves.
Whilst Bournemouth sit third on the fixture ticker, they are arguably not a team to target given their current form.
Wolves are fourth on the Fixture Ticker for Gameweek 6. They face Southampton at home this weekend.
Wolves haven’t had the best start to the 2022/23 season. With two defeats and three draws they will have hoped for better returns. However Wolves now have Raul Jimenez (£6.9m) fit and they have strengthened their team in the transfer window.
Wolves face a Southampton who have conceded the fourth most gaols in the league so far with nine. Southampton have also failed to keep a clean sheet so far this season, this should mean returns for the Wolves attacking assets.