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Buy, Sell or Keep for Gameweek 28

In this article we focus on buy, sell or keep for Gameweek 28. We dive into the Fantasy Football Scout Members area to use the fixture ticker and underlying stats with intention of categorising key assets as a buy, sell or keep for Gameweek 28.

Debating which players are a buy, sell or keep for Gameweek 28 could be quite challenging. There are lots of factors to include this week with the double ahead and the big Blank Gameweek immediately after that. So, lets take a look.

Buy

  • Bournemouth – Bournemouth have a double Gameweek this week which makes their assets even more appealing for the round ahead. In defence those that need a new goalkeeper could back Neto (£4.6m). In defence one of the safest options in terms of minutes is Illia Zabarnyi (£4.4m). The standout attacking option is of course Dominic Solanke (£7.1m) who many will look to captain.
  • Luton – Luton also play two matches this week. The Hatters face Crystal Palace and Bournemouth so could have potential at both ends of the pitch. At the back the standout defensive asset is Alfie Doughty (£4.7m). Doughty has managed a huge nine attacking returns this season so could have both clean sheet and attacking potential. Ross Barkley (£5m) has managed three returns in his last six matches so he could be a good option. Leading the attack and taking the Luton penalties is Carlton Morris (£5.1m). Morris has bagged a massive eight returns in the last 10 matches.
  • Son Heung-Min (£9.8m) – Tottenham have been sustaining some of the best attacking data in the league this season and their main man is back. Since returning from the Asia Cup, Son Heung-Min has returned a goal and an assist. Not only does he play Aston Villa next but he also has a fixture in Blank Gameweek 29.
  • Jarrod Bowen (£7.8m) – West Ham have netted seven goals since Lucas Paqueta returned from injury. Bowen is also benefitting from his return after scoring three goals and creating one assist in his last two matches. Bowen also has a match in Gameweek 29.
  • Aston Villa – Aston Villa play Tottenham this week and also have a fixture in Blank Gameweek 29. Villa continue to impress offensively and a lot of that is to do with the heavily owned striker Ollie Watkins (£8.9m). Managers could also look to target midfielder Leon Bailey (£5.7m) who has returned in five of his last six matches. Penalty taker Douglas Luiz (£6.5m) is also a good option. All five of his last attacking returns came from open play so he has solid offensive potential.

Sell

  • Marcos Senesi (£4.6m) – Bournemouth may have a Double Gameweek but Senesi picked up a injury in his last game.
  • Brighton – Brighton have European football coming up which could mean plenty of rotation and rotation we have already seen. They also don’t play in Gameweek 29 which is a major concern.
  • Liverpool – The Liverpool assets could be a firm sell this week. Not only do they face Manchester City next up but then have a Blank Gameweek immediately after that.
  • Manchester City – As fantastic as they have been a match against one of the best sides in the league next does not look appetizing. They too have a Blank Gameweek after that so selling now could be beneficial.
  • Kieran Trippier (£6.9m) – Newcastle have a game against Chelsea next and then no fixture in Gameweek 29. Trippier also picked up an injury in the last match which could be worth monitoring in terms of an update.
  • Richarlison (£7m) – Richarlison recently picked up an injury and isn’t excepted to return until March 30th.

Keep

  • Arsenal – They may not have a fixture in Gameweek 29 but they are maintaining one of the best frontlines and defences in the league this season. Players like defender Gabriel (£5.3m) and midfielder Bukayo Saka (£8.9m) are two of the most consistent assets in the game so holding them should be the play for now.
  • Ivan Toney (£8.2m) – Toney has an intimidating match up next against Arsenal, one of the best defences in the league. However, with a fixture in Gameweek 29 it makes sense to stick with him.
  • Cole Palmer (£7.2m) – Chelsea may have a tough on paper match against Newcastle this week but the Magpies have been conceding some of the worst defensive data in the league. Palmer has the form and consistency to take advantage of that.
  • Pedro Porro (£5.7m) – The Tottenham full-back may be injured but he is also close to a full recovery. If he isn’t fit to play this week he could play in Blank Gameweek 29.

We check out the top 10 predicted player points for Gameweek 28 here.

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