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FPL Gameweek 21: Notes, Bonus Points and More

In this article we take a look at FPL Gameweek 21 so far. We focus on the players who bagged the most points and how they earned them. Using the Official Fantasy Premier League site we can also check out which players were awarded the most bonus points, how may saves the goalkeepers made and more.

Checking out what has happened in FPL Gameweek 21 so far could be really helpful. The Gameweek doesn’t end until January 22nd so there is plenty of time to focus on the matches that have played and see what we can learn.

Burnley v Luton

Burnley and Luton was the first match of Gameweek 21. Both sides went into the match needing three points to give them a lift as they battle relegation but the match ended in a 1-1 draw.

Burnley striker Zeki Amdouni (£5.3m) was the biggest success. He picked up nine points after scoring and claiming all three bonus. Following behind him was Luton forward Carlton Morris (£5m). Morris played just 16 minutes but in that time scored and scooped up two bonus.

Another player amongst the returns was Luton wing-back Alfie Doughty (£4.5m). Doughty bagged his fourth consecutive return with his assist and five-point return. Fellow teammate and goalkeeper Thomas Kaminski (£4.5m) matched Doughty due to a huge seven saves.

Key takeaway: Alfie Doughty has been excellent recently and his attacking data and actual FPL output could be worth monitoring. If this continues Doughty could be a great long-term pick, especially with the potential double Gameweeks in mind.

Chelsea v Fulham

Chelsea had to face Fulham in the early kick-off on Saturday. The Blues fought off a Barrage of attacks after converting from the penalty spot which earned them a 1-0 victory.

One of two players to hit 10 points was the heavily captained midfielder Cole Palmer (£5.8m). Palmer scored the only goal of the game and shared all three bonus with teammate and goalkeeper Dorde Petrovic (£4.5m) who made four saves whilst also keeping the clean sheet.

Other players amongst the returns included defender Levi Colwill (£4.7m) who hit seven points for his clean sheet and one bonus. Midfielder Raheem Sterling (£7.1m) collected six points after winning the penalty for his side.

Key takeaway: The return of defender Ben Chilwell (£5.4m) this week could suggest that players like Levi Colwill may have their gametime cut moving forward. Chilwell was brilliant when fit from an attacking perspective so he could also be one to watch looking ahead.

Newcastle v Manchester City

Newcastle hosted one of the most thrilling matches of the season. The Magpies were 2-1 ahead at one point but one player came on to turn the tide of the entire match, Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne (£10.4m). The Belgian came away with the most points after scoring, creating an assist and racking up three bonus in just 21 minutes of play.

Manchester City’ Bernardo Silva (£6.5m) managed eight points after scoring and bagging two bonus whilst fellow midfielder Oscar Bobb (£4.4m) matched everything that Silva did but in just eight minutes of play.

Key takeaways: Newcastle midfielder Anthony Gordon (£6.1m) secured seven points for his goal. Many could be looking to him again with good fixtures in midfield. Manchester City defender Kyle Walker (£5.4m) created an assist but is more importantly still starting most games for his side. He remains a good defensive option.

Everton v Aston Villa

It was a stalemate between these two side and the game ended 0-0.

The highest scoring players were each sides goalkeepers. Aston Villa’ Emiliano Martinez (£5.2m) collected nine points including a clean sheet and all three bonus. Everton’ Jordan Pickford (£4.5m) matched that total. There were plenty of other defensive returns due to the score line including Alex Moreno (£5m). The Aston Villa full-back hit seven points for his clean sheet and bonus but also had a goal ruled out.

Key takeaways: Jordan Pickford continues to impress after many sold him at the start of the campaign. Pickford currently sits as the joint highest scoring goalkeeper in the league due to his Gameweek 21 performance.

Manchester United v Spurs

Another massive clash came between these two sides and both had to settle for a 2-2 draw.

The biggest success was Manchester United striker Rasmus Hojlund (£6.8m). He scooped up a huge 11 points due to his goal, assist and three bonus. Spurs midfielder Richarlison (£6.9m) continued his fantastic form with a goal, one bonus and eight points.

Manchester United midfielder Marcus Rashford (£8.4m) scored to collect seven points. Popular defender Pedro Porro (£5.8m) created an assist and picked up two bonus to help him to six points.

Key takeaway: New signing and Tottenham striker Timo Werner (£6.5m) surprised everyone by starting the game. The German bagged an assist and five points so it could be worth monitoring him moving forward.


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