How the FPL community has reacted to Gameweek 32 so far

Following Saturday’s Premier League matches, here is a collection of the best FPL community reactions from Twitter.


So the Gameweek 32 deadline has passed, ahead of another exciting FPL weekend. Expect the usual whirlwind of goals, clean sheets, red cards and surprise team selections.

Whilst FFScout covers the main 3pm team news, you can use LiveFPL to check rank and mini-league updates. Also, FPL Alerts is a visually-clean place to see the goals, cards and current bonus points of all on-field players. They provide a Vidiprinter page that adds a new line whenever something happens.

FPL community reactions

Early events

With Newcastle defeating Wolves 1-0 last night, the first match of Saturday took Man United away to Everton. Two teams having a poor season, both desperately needing a win. Cristiano Ronaldo made his return to the Man United line-up, as did Marcus Rashford.

Yet it was another terrible performance from the Red Devils- an Anthony Gordon goal was all it took to beat them. Suddenly, the nicer half of their Double Gameweek 33 doesn’t look so appealing.

Halfway through the second half, the 3pm team news came out. It brought a second consecutive league rest for Reece James to frustrate his owners. Armando Broja wasn’t able to face parent club Chelsea, whilst Emmanuel Dennis was again benched.

Chelsea very quickly ran riot at Southampton, finding themselves 4-0 up by the half-hour mark. Kai Havertz netted one but was replaced for the second half. Also off early was Watford forward Cucho Hernandez, with injury seeing him taken off for Emmanuel Dennis.

Goals for Raphinha and Leandro Trossard in the first 45 minutes.

Later on

Extra goals for Mason Mount and Timo Werner quickly made it 6-0 over Southampton. Then, Leeds and Brighton both went 2-0 up away to Watford and Brighton respectively, thanks to goals from Rodrigo and Enock Mwepu.

Additionally, Jack Harrison netted to make it 3-0 and likely kill off Watford’s survival chances. A long-range Martin Odegaard consolation was unable to deny Brighton their three points.

Finally, popular Spurs assets away to Aston Villa. Very early on, a blocked Harry Kane shot landed at the feet of Son Heung-min, giving both an FPL assist. However, the much-selected Matt Doherty left proceedings early with an injury.

Similarly, the second half began with a Spurs goal, as Dejan Kulusevski made it 2-0 from a Kane assist. Four of their last seven games have ended with at least a four-goal winning margin for Antonio Conte’s side, thanks to Son scoring twice more to complete his hat-trick. A rout.

Overall, 17 goals and four clean sheets arrived in Saturday’s five matches. Up next are four Sunday clashes, culminating in Man City vs Liverpool.

More from the FPL community

Starting with a morning article, the post-deadline LiveFPL article reveals top 10k player ownership and overall chip usage. The team reveal of FPL Shake n Bake (Brett) is on our site, just like this week’s Fantasy5 picks.

Besides this, Sam from FPL Family has revealed what a typical day of filming The FPL Show is like.

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