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Gameweek 32 Best Free Hit Team

We take a look at the Gameweek 32 best free hit team. Using the Fantasy Football Scout members area we utilise the fixture ticker and underlying stats to build the best Free Hit. We also base the best Free hit team on team and player form.

The free hit chip in FPL allows managers, within the same budget and formational limits, to select a team for one particular Gameweek. Managers can attack any given Gameweek with the free hit whether that be to utilise a good set of fixtures, in-form teams or players or a mixture of it all.

Gameweek 32 Fixtures

Who has the best fixtures?

Chelsea, Everton, Tottenham, Bournemouth and Aston Villa all rank amongst the top five teams with the best fixtures.

Who has the worst fixtures?

Crystal Palace, Brighton, Brentford, Manchester United and Nottingham Forest all rank amongst the bottom five teams with the worst fixtures.

Gameweek 32 Best Free Hit Team

Using Plan FPL we can use one of its fantastic tools to plan transfers weeks in advance. Not just this, but we can also create team drafts to plan for using a chip. Take a look at the best free hit team for Gameweek 32:


The match against Sheffield United could be an extremely rewarding one for Chelsea investors. The Blades have the worst attack in the league so Djorde Petrivic (£4.6m) could have solid potential this week. Backing him up is Manchester City goalkeeper Ortega Moreno (£3.7m) who helps to enable the squad.


Doubling up on the Chelsea defence could be hugely beneficial this week and so Malo Gusto (£4.3m) makes the cut. Not only does he have clean sheet potential but Gusto has also produced five assists already this season.

Tottenham may not be consistent defensively but they have the most attacking full-back in the league playing for them. Pedro Porro (£5.9m), as well as creating eight assists so far, also ranks above every other defender for total shots on goal. Against Nottingham Forest he could have potential at both ends of the pitch.

The recent injuries to Nathan Ake and Kyle Walker means that Josko Gvardiol (£4.8m) benefits in terms of minutes. The Croatian faces the worst side in the league for total shots on target in the last six matches in Crystal Palace and so has plenty of clean sheet potential.

Enabling the rest of team and sitting first on the bench is Wolves defender Rayan Ait-Nouri (£4.6m) who scored three goals and created one assist in his last four matches for club. Some may even decide they want to start him ahead of another option. Everton’ Jarrod Branthwaite (£4.2m) also makes the bench due to his price-tag and fixture against Burnley.


Liverpool continue to maintain some of the best underlying attacking metrics in the league this season. They come up against an injury ridden Manchester United backline next up and so Mohamed Salah (£13.3m) could take advantage.

Arsenal have scored more goals than any other side in the last six Gameweeks so investing in their frontline against Brighton could be rewarding. Bukayo Saka (£9m) stands out as the most obvious option due to his excellent season. He has also managed a huge three-double digit returns in his last six games.

Chelsea’ standout attacker Cole Palmer (£5.9m) could be considered essential this week. Not only has he managed over 20 attacking returns this season but he faces the worst defence in the league up next. Some may even consider Palmer for the captaincy armband.

Nottingham Forest remain a team to target even after their surprising dismantling of Fulham in the previous round. The best way to target the strugglers would be with Tottenham main man and penalty taker Son Heung-min (£10.1m).

With eight attacking returns this season Scott McTominay (£4.6m) comes in with the perfect price-tag to enable the squad. The Scotsman is very unlikely to feature at all for us.


Manchester City come up against a very poor Crystal Palace side next up as they aim to close the gap between Liverpool at the top. Spearheading the ruthless frontline is Erling Haaland (£14.3m) who could also be the standout captaincy option.

Luton have become one of the worst defences in the league recently. The Hatters rank as the worst side for big chances conceded which is something Bournemouth striker Dominic Solanke (£7.2m) will look to punish.

Newcastle have been conceding a concerning amount of goals recently. Fulham have proven to be a different beast at home, beating both Tottenham and Brighton recently at Craven Cottage and netting three times against both. Taking all of the above in mind and the fact he has racked up seven goals and one assist in his last eight matches, Rodrigo Muniz (£4.7m) makes the cut.

Gameweek 32 is approaching so we picked out all of the best options in each position in our article here.

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