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Fantasy Premier League Planning for Gameweek 22 and 23

We take a look at Fantasy Premier League planning Gameweek 22 and 23. With the help of the Fantasy Football Scout members area we can utilise its fixture ticker and underlying stats to pick out the best teams and players to target for the Gameweeks ahead.

Fantasy Premier League planning for Gameweek 22 and 23 can be absolutely vital to the success of any given managers season. The early stage of the campaign is one of the most important periods in FPL so being able to target the right teams and players could be key.

Gameweek 22 & 23 Fixtures

Who are the best teams to invest in?

  • Brighton – The Seagulls have matches against Luton and Crystal Palace next up. For that reason, their assets could have huge potential. In defence, those looking for a budget option could select centre-back Jan Paul van Hecke (£4m). He is a great pick and safe in terms of minutes. For those with more budget then full-back Pervis Estupinan (£5m) is the standout option. Estupinan has managed five attacking returns from eight league matches so far. In attack the best option is midfielder Pascal Groß (£6.5m) who ranks first for minutes and FPL points when compared to all of his teammates. Another more riskier pick is striker Joao Pedro (£5.4m). The Brazilian bagged a huge 16-point returns recently and takes his sides penalties but is prone to rotation.
  • Aston Villa – They face meetings with Newcastle and Sheffield United ahead. This suggests that they have both defensive and attacking potential. In defence the cheapest option is Ezri Konsa (£4.6m). Centre-back Pau Torres (£4.7m) has a little more goal threat than Konsa but has recently returned from injury. In attack there is some fantastic options. The standout pick is of course Ollie Watkins (£8.9m) who sits as the third best in the game for FPL points. Another great pick is Leon Bailey (£5.7m). Bailey remains a manager favourite in terms of minutes and has managed a return in four of his last eight matches. An alternative midfield option is Douglas Luiz (£5.6m) who takes his sides penalties.
  • Tottenham – They have games against Brentford and Everton in their matches ahead. Defensively the best pick is Pedro Porro (£5.8m). As well as sustaining some of the best attacking stats amongst defenders this season Porro has also banked six returns in his last 10 games. In attack another great option is midfielder Richarlison (£6.9m). Richarlison leads the free-flowing Tottenham attack and has scored in four of his last five matches. For those looking for a differential then midfielder Brennan Johnson (£5.8m) could be that player. Johnson has collected a return in two of his last three matches.

Another great team to invest in

  • Manchester City – The current holders are likely to double soon so buying them early could be a great idea. At the back the safest option in terms of minutes could be Kyle Walker (£5.4m). In attack one of their standout performers this season has been midfielder Phil Foden (£7.9m). Foden has collected at least one return in all three of his last matches. The standout option is of course striker Erling Haaland (£13.9m). The Norwegian still dominates a lot of the key attacking metrics even having missed several Gameweeks due to injury.

Other players we should target

  • Dominic Solanke (£7.1m) – Bournemouth won six out of their last eight matches whilst also scoring 2-3 goals in seven of those same games. Helping them achieve that was this man who has earned 32 points in his last four matches.
  • Alejandro Garnacho (£4.8m) – Manchester United have two great matches against Wolves and West Ham next up. Not only is Garnacho starting every match for the Reds but he also comes in at at price which helps to enable funds elsewhere.
  • Eberechi Eze (£6m) – Crystal Palace face two teams conceding nearly every match they play in this season, Sheffield United and Brighton. Penalty taker and talisman Eberechi Eze (£6m) could be a great pick for the rounds ahead.
  • Jarrod Bowen (£8.1m) – West Ham have meetings with Bournemouth and Manchester United next up so there is potential there. Bowen has been excellent this season and sits in top six highest scoring players in FPL so far.

Should we use a chip?

With the likely double and blank Gameweeks coming up it could be wise to hold onto your chips until they arrive. Blank and double Gameweeks are usually the best time time to use chips which is a strategy shared by some of the most experienced managers in the world.


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