There’s a tie at the top of the Fantasy Premier League Gameweek 13 Charts.
Which sides have the best balance of form and fixtures for Gameweek 13?
It’s Liverpool and Manchester City who top the charts, with many of their premium assets vying for our attentions for Fantasy Premier League Gameweek 13. Manchester City have wins in their last four games, and one challenging fixture on the horizon.
Liverpool haven’t had the same form, but the schedule looks much more promising. Both have three away games in the next four, with City less distracted by Champions League qualification.
For Liverpool, Salah hasn’t quite been living up to his 13 million price tag, but will be the key source of attacking points for Gameweek 13 and beyond. Mane hasn’t quite been matching Salah’s returns, but still remains a viable option at a cheaper price point.
In defence, Robertson continues to dominate for attacking threat and bonus points, but Alisson and Van Dijk provide a saving and their places in the starting lineup provide a little more security.
From Manchester City, Aguero is the key player in attack: he’s consistent and a regular captain candidate. Sterling has plenty of potential at a similar price in the midfield, with good form and the ability to explode with a big points haul.
The defence has been a little disappointing in recent weeks, with Mendy failing to deliver attacking returns in four of the last five gameweeks. Ederson and Laporte come in cheaper, with their returns and starting positions much more consistent.
Chelsea, Spurs and Watford have the best form record, although the fixtures are a little mixed. Chelsea are unbeaten in their last four games, with one big win. They each face two of the current top five teams within the next four gameweeks.
All eyes will be on Chelsea for Gamewek 13 and beyond, with Fulham coming up shortly after. Hazard should be back to full fitness after the break to deliver the returns we expect. Alonso leads the Fantasy Premier League points charts and remains essential.
Kane is coming back into form for Spurs, but many managers will avoid until after the back to back challenging games. Be patient with any assets you currently have in your side, but wait until Gameweek 15 before more investment.
Watford are a difficult side to predict right now, with plenty of rotation and options throughout the squad. Pereyra is their top goalscorer and should be a decent option in this run of games. How long will Deulofeu keep his place?
Brighton have the best run of fixtures, followed by Manchester United, Newcastle, Wolves and Burnley. Manchester United and Burnley have three home games out of four in the spell commencing from Gameweek 13, with some interesting options emerging.
The Brighton defence remains investable, with centre backs Duffy and Dunk outperforming goalkeeper Ryan in recent weeks. Murray is a differential leading the line and also on penalties.
Manchester Untied are tricky to invest in right now, but the attacking threat and consistency of Martial cannot be ignored right now. The Newcastle defence is providing good value, with full back Yedlin the pick of the options.
For Wolves, there’s great value options across the pitch, including Doherty and Bennett in defence, as well as the in form Jimenez in attack. It might be wise to be patient before investing too much in a struggling Burnley side.
Before you disappear… After the International Break, we are into the busy festive Fixture Calendar. Check out all the key details on fixtures from Gameweek 13 onwards, particularly for those clubs heavily involved in other competitions.
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It’s time to start preparing for the congested festive fixture schedule…
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