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Planning for Gameweek 35 and 36

Here we do some FPL planning for Gameweek 35 and 36. Accessing the Fantasy Football Scout Members Area we utilise the fixture ticker and underlying statistics to find the best teams to target, best players to buy and the best chips to use for the period ahead.

Planning for Gameweek 35 and 36 could be absolutely crucial. Knowing how to attack the period ahead could be hugely important towards gaining rank. What we focus on here can help with transfers, captaincy and chip plans.

Gameweek 35 and 36 Fixtures

Who has the best fixtures?

Chelsea sit top of the ticker this week, mostly due to their double in Gameweek 35.

Newcastle, Manchester United, Brentford and Fulham all complete the top five teams with the best fixtures.

Who has the worst fixtures?

Bournemouth, West Ham, Wolves, Nottingham Forest and Sheffield United all rank amongst the bottom five teams with the worst fixtures.

Best Teams and Players to Invest in

Chelsea have a Double Gameweek this week then immediately face West Ham after that. Because of the quantity of fixtures the Blues should be a priority for FPL managers, especially with another double in Gameweek 37.

In defence many could opt for goalkeeper Dorde Petrovic (£4.6m). He remains Chelsea’ number one between the sticks and managed a clean sheet in Gameweek 33. Those looking for a defender should focus on Malo Gusto (£4.3m) who has created five assists in the league this season.

In the Chelsea attack Cole Palmer (£6.2m) has become an essential for FPL managers. However, another great addition could be striker Nicolas Jackson (£6.8m), he collected a huge 14 points in Gameweek 33.

Another side we should be looking to is Newcastle. The Magpies seem to have found their rhythm again after securing three wins in their last four matches. They also face promoted sides Sheffield United and Burnley next up, two of the worst sides in the league.

Between the sticks Martin Dubravka (£4.2m) remains one of the cheapest and most reliable options in defence. Centre-back Fabian Schar (£5.6m) collected a mammoth 20 points in his last two matches due to two clean sheets and a goal. Another cheaper alternative could well be Dan Burn (£4.5m).

With 10 goals in their last four matches Newcastle are in top scoring form. Leading the attack and taking penalties is Alexander Isak (£8m). Isak has been exceptional recently bagging at least one return in his last six matches. Midfielder Anthony Gordon (£6.1m) could also be a priority after banking a massive 17 points in Gameweek 33.

Other Players with Potential

Manchester United could be another team we look to in terms of investment. The Reds have meetings with Burnley and Crystal Palace up next, as well as a double in Gameweek 37.

Goalkeeper Andre Onana (£5m) could be great cover for those looking to buy into their backline. Diogo Dalot (£5.2m) stands out as their most attacking defensive asset when it comes to his underlying data.

Penalty taker Bruno Fernandes (£8.3m) seems to be returning to form recently. He could be the best route into the frontline after returning at least once in six of his last seven matches. Alternatively the much cheaper midfielder Alejandro Garnacho (£5m) offers up as a great enabler.

In the opposite side of Manchester is Manchester City. Their recent dumping form the Champions League could suggest that we see far less rotation from the manager. They also have matches against Nottingham Forest and Wolves. Players like Erling Haaland (£14.2m) and Phil Foden (£8.2m) are likely to be the most popular picks.

Should we use a chip?

When it comes to FPL planning for Gameweek 35 and 36 we should cover the use of chips.

The most experienced FPL managers tend to use their chips in Blank and Double Gameweeks. However, managers could consider using the Wildcard. Using the Wildcard in this period could be hugely beneficial, not just because of the noticeable fixtures swings but also to prepare for the upcoming double in Gameweek 37.


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