Playing your Free Hit chip this weekend? Our Gameweek 33 Daily Fantasy Premier League Tips select players from Saturday’s three fixtures for their goal and clean sheet potential.
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Safe Spine: Leicester (vs Huddersfield)
Leicester have 4 wins from 5 since a change in personnel, scoring 10 goals and keeping 1 clean sheet. Meanwhile, Huddersfield’s relegation fate has been sealed, scoring just 3 goals in their last 4 games and conceding 8. Another Foxes win is on the cards for Gameweek 33.
FWD: Jamie Vardy
MID: James Maddison, Youri Tielemans
DEF: Ricardo Pereira
Jamie Vardy has been revitalised in recent weeks: he has 5 goals and 1 assist from his last 5 appearances, blanking just once. He also has penalties in his locker too. Behind Vardy, Maddison and Tielemans could provide the creativity for Leicester’s goals: Tielemans has returned a goal or an assist in each of his last 5 Premier League games.
Pereira has one clean sheet in his last 4 games, but it’s his attacking potential of most interest: 2 goals and 6 assists is an excellent attacking record so far this season.
Goals Galore: Bournemouth vs Burnley
With the reverse fixture ending 4-0, expect another haul of Gameweek 33 daily goals for Bournemouth and Burnley when they meet on the South Coast this weekend. Burnely are in the midst of a relegation scrap: they have 1 clean sheet in 4, scoring 6 and conceding 9. Bournemouth have scored 4 goals and conceded 5 in their last 4 games.
FWD: Josh King, Ashley Barnes
MID: Ryan Fraser, Ashley Westwood
Barnes and Westwood have been at the heart of the goals for Burnley in recent games: between them they have two goals and 1 assist in their last 4 games.
Josh King and Ryan Fraser have the best form of Bournemouth’s attacking assets: King was the star of the last blank gameweek with a brace, plus he’s on penalties.
Clean Sheet Stack: Crystal Palace (vs Newcastle)
It’s one clean sheet in 4 for Crystal Palace and a shut out in the reverse fixture. The Palace defenders are often among the goals: it’s 6 goals in 4 games for the Eagles. Meanwhile, Newcastle have failed to score in 2 of their last 4 games, scoring 5 goals.
DEF: Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Patrick Van Aanholt
GKP: Vicente Guaita
Guaita has made 14 saves in his last 3 games, including keeping a clean sheet last weekend: he put in an impressive performance against Spurs making 8 saves. Wan-Bissaka and Patrick Van Aanholt are involved in plenty of Palace goals: with a goal and an assist between them in recent games.
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