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FPL Challenge Gameweek 33 Tips

In this article we take a look at FPL Challenge Gameweek 33 Tips. That comes in the form of some top picks and the best captain but we also bring in one of our experts to reveal his team and talk through his different strategies to navigate the round ahead.

Our FPL Challenge Gameweek 33 tips can be extremely helpful. What we provide in this article can give you the knowledge to help tackle the fixtures ahead, but more importantly give you an edge and get you a step closer to winning a prize.

What is the Gameweek 33 Challenge?

This weeks Challenge is called Sportsmanship. It Challenges managers to avoid yellow and red cards with -5 and -8 points deductions for each.

The Fixtures

This week we have some great fixtures to target, including Brentford v Sheffield United, Brighton v Burnley, Manchester City v Luton, and Liverpool and Crystal Palace.

Players to Avoid

We dug into the disciplinary books for the current season and found the players with most yellow cards.

We can see that avoiding players like Wolves defender Nelson Semedo and Chelsea striker Nicolas Jackson could be wise.

Below, we can also see that as we dig deeper, Bruno Fernandes, Morgan Gibbs-White, Anthony Gordon, Kai Havertz and Darwin Nunez have all picked eight yellow cards this season.

Other players who have picked up more than five yellow cards this season include:

  • Bernardo Silva
  • Cole Palmer
  • Rayan Ait Nouri
  • Matheus Cunha
  • Gabriel Jesus
  • Pascal Gross
  • Malo Gusto
  • Yoane Wissa


If Cole Palmer’ disciplinary record wasn’t as bad as it is, he could have been involved in the captaincy conversation. However, based on that, and his upcoming opposition, Erling Haaland (£14.3m) stands out. The Norwegian faces a team conceding some of the worst defensive data in the league.

Another brilliant option is of course Mohamed Salah (£13.4m). Not only does Salah have an exemplary disciplinary record but he and his side have sustained some of the best attacking data in the league so far.

@FPLReaction Challenge Team Reveal

Hey Guys! In this section you are about to see two different team reveals. For managers that want to play the game in a set and forget/straight forward way then my below draft could help with that.

I have gone for a really cheap starting backline, with all three players offering plenty of attacking potential.

Luton are terrible defensively so I have currently opted for a triple attack. I have a feeling Kevin De Bruyne will start after missing out against Madrid due to illness. I also think Oscar Bobb will start due to rotation in preparation for the second leg of the Champions League.

Avoiding Ivan Toney is a good play as he likes a yellow card. Instead I backed teammate Bryan Mbeumo to target the Sheffield United backline. Talking of the frontline I have included Joao Pedro who I think could start and do well this week.

I also don’t mind bringing in Brereton Diaz off the bench as a differential.

My captain will of course be Erling Haaland.

Loop Holes Draft

For managers looking to take advantage of the loop holes in the game then I have also prepared another draft.

In this draft you will notice that I am taking advantage of the loop holes.

I have two flagged players and one player who won’t play in the starting line-up and I have three players playing in the early kick-offs on Saturday on the bench. If the players on the bench perform well, I will leave the players who won’t play in the starting line-up. This will help me to get the points off the bench from auto-sub. If the players on the bench do not perform well, then I will upgrade them to players playing in the late Saturday kick-off or Sunday and Monday players.

In goal I also have a goalkeeper that won’t start. If Flekken on the bench returns then I will leave the player in who won’t start to get his points off the bench. If Flekken fails to return I will upgrade my starting goalkeeper.

Captaincy also takes advantage of the loopholes. If Haaland does well as my vice I will leave the captaincy on a flagged player. This means I will get Haaland’ captaincy points. If Haaland fails to do anything I will change the captain to Salah from the flagged player before he plays.

We picked out the best captain for Gameweek 33 righty here.

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