A look at which Fantasy Premier League (FPL) players have had the most transfers in and out so far this Gameweek.
These are the most bought and sold players so far, as of Thursday evening. Furthermore, the Fantasy Premier League (FPL) deadline is at 11:00 (GMT) on Saturday 30 April.
Despite the lacklustre form of Aston Villa and enticing weekend fixture for Spurs, the FPL community has voted the other way. Matty Cash and Ollie Watkins are being bought in time to face Norwich at home before two successive Double Gameweeks. Villa’s goalless draw at Leicester ended a sequence of four defeats but Watkins buyers, in particular, are basing their decision purely on fixtures.
Surprisingly, the highest number of transfers seem to be going on Gabriel Jesus. Blinded by his four goals and 24 points against Watford last weekend, it was only the forward’s second league start since Gameweek 21. The Brazilian is the epitome of ‘Pep Roulette’, alongside an awkward price tag of £8.5m.
Eddie Nketiah also comes with risks but is a budget-friendly £5.5m and is more likely to keep his starting spot. With Alexandre Lacazette making noises about being in talks with several clubs for next season, the young Arsenal forward has started the most recent three games and netted two times versus Chelsea.
This week’s fifth most-bought player is Watford’s Emmanuel Dennis. Until the goal and assist of the last two matches, only one attacking return had arrived since the Gameweek 20 of late December. He’s about to face Burnley (H) before a winnable pair of Double Gameweek 36 encounters and a hosting of Leicester. Three home games from four would be promising, had the Hornets not lost their last ten of them.
Tottenham’s Harry Kane and Son Heung-min have lots of sales. Although their team hasn’t produced a shot on target during their last two outings, surely the perfect opponent is Leicester. Not only are the Foxes concentrating on their Europa Conference League semi-finals but Kane also loves facing them. 16 goals and four assists have arrived from just 13 meetings with the Foxes.
Meanwhile, Antonio Rudiger‘s sales are a combination of his injury doubts and imminent move to Real Madrid. Michail Antonio has two goals from 24 league games yet only a benching at Chelsea encouraged 48,000 managers to sell.
Last week’s article had Bukayo Saka as the most-sold heading into Gameweek 34. He replied by totalling 13 points against Man United. A knock was picked up but Saka should be fine to face West Ham, yet he remains amongst the departures.