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Expert team reveal for Gameweek 32

Gameweek 31 is over so we can start looking ahead to the new round. For that reason, we bring in Fantasy Football Scout and Fantasy Football Community contributor @FPLReaction to provide us with his expert team reveal for Gameweek 32.

As we approach any given deadline, managers will be scrambling for clarity on some of the biggest decisions in the game like transfers and captaincy. Taking a look at @FPLReaction’s expert team reveal for Gameweek 32 could benefit other managers when making those decisions.

Team reveal


  • As you can see I will be activating my free hit chip this week. This also means I don’t have any more chips available moving forward.
  • I have gone for Crystal Palace’s Sam Johnstone at home against a poor Everton attack. In addition Fulham’s Bernd Leno (£4.6m) makes back-up in the unlikely even Johnstone does not feature.
  • Defence picked itself this week. Newcastle’s Kieran Trippier and Liverpool’s Trent Alexander-Arnold are essentials for me this week.
  • I was undecided between Liverpool’s Andrew Robertson or another attacker but ultimately I have chosen Robertson’s security of minutes and his attacking threat.
  • Midfield was interesting because this is where I wanted to fit in a couple of differentials. Arsenal’s Gabriel Martinelli and Bukayo Saka were easy picks. West Ham’s Jarrod Bowen is my main differential this week. He has huge potential against a very poor Bournemouth defence.
  • Another great differential could be Crystal Palace’s Michael Olise, he’s been maintaining some of the best stats amongst his sides offensive line.
  • Liverpool’s Mohamad Salah takes the captaincy armband this week and this was another straight forward decision.
  • I have decided to keep Aston Villa’s Ollie Watkins due to his relentless form. In addition, Arsenal’s Gabriel Jesus makes up the third attacking option in his team. Although his minutes could be limited he is in fantastic form after returning from injury.
  • There won’t be many changes to this side.
  • Good luck!

Who should we captain in Gameweek 32? Find out in our article right here.

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