When deciding what transfers to make each week it is important for FPL managers to look ahead to the next fixtures. Here we take a look at what to expect from Gameweek 4. We use the Official Premier League website to help us with this.
Taking into account team and players form ahead of their next fixture can be really useful to FPL managers. Using previous head to head, underlying data and form equips us with even more information to make big decisions within our FPL teams. Here we assess what to expect from Gameweek 4, and how looking at that can assist our planning moving forward.
Southampton v Man United
- In the 46 head to head matches Man United have won a huge 28 times.
- Both teams are yet to keep a clean sheet so far this season.
- There was only one occasion in the last five matches where both teams didn’t score.
Brentford v Everton
- The fixture has only been played twice before with Brentford winning both.
- Brentford have been free scoring with eight goals in their three matches played so far where as Everton are struggling for goals with only two in the same period.
- Striker Ivan Toney has managed three consecutive returns in his three matches so far for Brentford.
Brighton v Leeds
- In the four previous matchups Leeds have failed to win any whilst Brighton have took two wins.
- £6.1m midfielder Rodrigo will be looking to continue his great start to the season and add to his three goals already.
- Many FPL managers could also be watching Pascal Gross. The £5.7m midfielder has managed two price rises after his huge 15 point haul against Man United.
Chelsea v Leicester
- In the 32 matches played between the clubs its Chelsea who came away with a massive 16 wins.
- £8m midfielders Mount and Maddison will battle it out to see who comes out on top. So far its the Leicester man edging it with three back to back returns in his first three matches.
- Many will be hoping for a Chelsea clean sheet for their defender Reece James. However Chelsea have only kept one clean sheet against their opponent in the last five matchups.
Liverpool v Bournemouth
- In the 10 head to heads played Liverpool came out on top eight times with the win.
- Liverpool defensive owners will be hoping for a clean sheet as the reds have kept four in their last five matches against the Cherries.
- Salah could be a primary captaincy option this week. We can see below his record against newly promoted teams is fantastic. These returns include seven double digit returns for the Egyptian.
Man City v Crystal Palace
- Crystal Palace have interestingly put two goals past Man City in two of their last five head to head matches.
- £7m midfielder Zaha hopes to carry on his good start to the season after his three goals, one of which was against Liverpool.
- Man City have however won 14 of their 24 matches against the eagles.
Arsenal v Fulham
- In the 30 head to heads between the clubs Arsenal have won 21.
- The home side have managed to put 15 goals away against their opponent in their last five matches, averaging three goals scored per match.
- 80% owned Arsenal forward £8.1m Gabriel Jesus will be looking to further his returns and could even be a favourable captaincy option in gameweek 4.
Aston Villa v West Ham
- In the 46 matches between both teams both have won 13 matches each suggesting it could be a tightly contested game.
- There has been at least two goals in their previous five meetings with no clean sheets for either side.
- £7.4m Aston Villa forward Watkins will be hoping to continue his great start to the season after his goal and two assists in his first three matches.
Wolves v Newcastle
- In the 14 matches between Wolves and Newcastle there has been nine draws.
- Only one side have kept a clean sheet in their last five meetings, that team was Newcastle.
- £5.4m midfielder Neto could be on his last chance from FPL owners after he failed to register a single return in his first three gameweeks.
Nottingham Forest v Spurs
- Going way back in the 10 previous meetings Nottingham Forest came out on top with six wins.
- We can see below £11.4m forward Harry Kane’s record against newly promoted sides. An incredible record returning in more games than not.
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