FPL Double Gameweeks: What we know so far

The guys at Fantasy Football Scout lead the way with their coverage of fixtures and team news. They have recently published an article on the FPL Double Gameweeks. In the article they explore what we know so far as well as when the yet to be scheduled fixtures might be slotted in. You can read part of the article here, as well as find a link to the full article.

There are five more Gameweeks of Fantasy Premier League (FPL) still to come, three of which are ‘doubles’.

We start with a mini-double for just Manchester United and Chelsea in Gameweek 34, while there are sizeable Double Gameweeks in 36/37, too.

One more match – Wolverhampton Wanderers v Manchester City – still doesn’t have a new date but will fall in Gameweek 36 or 37.

With the situation constantly evolving, our Blank and Double Gameweek guide rounds up what we know at present.

Will Man City double in Gameweek 36 or 37?

This is one of the most-asked questions on the Fantasy Football Scout board over the last days and weeks. The answer: no-one knows yet.

Had Manchester City made it through to the FA Cup final, they would have almost certainly doubled in Gameweek 36.

Their elimination by Liverpool, however, means that both options remain open.

The argument for Double Gameweek 37 is, predictably, less to do about the on-field action. Gameweek 37 is quieter in terms of televised live matches, so Sky et al may prefer Wolves v Man City to be on Thursday 19 May as a result.

The case for Double Gameweek 36 is that it would be fairer on City, i.e. not to have another crucial match three days before the final day of the season – but ‘fair’, as many Premier League managers will tell you, doesn’t often win out.

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