The best double Gameweek 29 players
An exciting new round is approaching in FPL so we take a look at the best double Gameweek 29 players from each team. With the help of the Fantasy Football Scout members area we pick out the players with the most potential for the round ahead.
The current period in FPL could be one of the most significant stages of the season. As we edge closer towards a huge round of football picking out the best double Gameweek 29 players could be detrimental to a managers success.
- James Maddison (£8.2m) – The midfielder has already managed nine goals and five assists this season.
- Kelechi Iheanacho (£6.1m) – Ranks amongst the best six players for non penalty expected goal involvement in the last six Gameweeks (3.69).
- Timothy Castagne (£4.4m) – Leicester play with a wing-back system allowing Castagne to advance into some of the most advanced positions on the pitch.
- Brennan Johnson (£5.7m) – The Welshman leads his team for goals scored this season whilst also taking penalties.
- Morgan Gibbs-White (£5.5m) – The midfielder has managed seven returns this season including three double-digit hauls.
- Alexis Mac Allister (£5.5m) – Taking up a new advanced role for Brighton Mac Allister has hit two returns in his last three matches whilst also taking his teams penalties.
- Solly March (£5.1m) – March has collected four returns in his last 10 matches including an impressive three double-digit hauls.
- Kaoru Mitoma (£5.5m) – Mitoma has picked up a whopping eight returns in his last 10 matches including three double-digit hauls.
- Pervis Estupinan (£4.8m) – The full-back has blanked just once in his last six games. He is also has the most potential for attacking returns in the Brighton backline.
- Dominic Solanke (£5.5m) – Solanke is the focal point to the Bournemouth attack and also takes his teams penalties.
- Dango Outtara (£5m) – Edges his offensive teammates for non penalty expected goal involvement in the last six Gameweeks (2.10).
- Philip Billing (£5.1m) – The midfielder has managed two back-to-back double digit hauls in his last two matches.
- Jarrod Bowen (£8m) – The midfielder leads his offensive teammates for non penalty expected goal involvement in the last six Gameweeks (2.55).
- Said Benrahma (£5.5m) – He takes his teams penalties and has also managed three assists and two goals in his last five starts in all competitions.
- Kieran Trippier (£6.1m) – The full-back dominates most of the key offensive data points for distribution this season.
- Sven Botman (£4.5m) – Botman is a cheap way into the best defence in the league.
- Miguel Almiron (£5.5m) – The midfielder has bagged 11 goals and one assist in the league so far.
- Ben Chilwell (£5.9m) – Chelsea’s wing-back system gives Chilwell the opportunity to advance forward and has also been directly involved in four of the Blues last six goals.
- Wesley Fofana (£4.3m) – The centre-back is the cheapest way into the Chelsea backline and also scored in one of his most recent matches.
- Kai Havertz (£7.6m) – The German striker is the focal point to the Chelsea attack and also takes his teams penalties.
- Ollie Watkins (£7.4m) – The striker has bagged six returns in his last seven matches and also takes his teams penalties.
- Emiliano Buendia (£5.7m) – The midfield maestro has the second highest non penalty expected goal involvement in the last six matches (1.45) amongst his offensive teammates.
- Leon Bailey (£4.4m) – Bailey is one of the cheapest attacking midfielders in the game and could help enable funds elsewhere within our squads.
- Patrick Bamford (£7.1m) – The striker has regained fitness. He takes his teams penalties whilst also leading his offensive line.
- Rodrigo (£6.3m) – Monitoring his fitness is key but if fit he could be a fantastic option. Rodrigo has picked up 10 goals and one assist in 19 games this season.
- Marcus Rashford (£7.4m) – The midfielder has a banked a huge 14 goals and three assists in 26 league matches this season.
- Bruno Fernandes (£9.7m) – Bruno takes his sides penalties and also dominates amongst the best midfielders for key distribution stats this season.
- Luke Shaw (£5.2m) – The left-back has picked up returns in half of his last 10 league matches including two double-digit hauls.
- Ivan Toney (£7.8m) – The striker has found the net 16 times in the league this season whilst also creating four assist. This takes his tally to 20 returns in 24 matches this season.
- David Raya (£4.8m) – Raya sits as the second highest scoring goalkeeper in the game this season.
- Mohamed Salah (£12.8m) – The Egyptian midfielder takes his teams penalties and has already managed 11 goals and seven assists this season.
- Darwin Nunez (£8.8m) – The striker ranks amongst the best seven players in the last six Gameweeks for non penalty expected goal involvement (3.49).
- Trent Alexander-Arnold (£7.3m) – The full-back dominates most of the distribution data amongst defenders this season behind Kieran Trippier.
Check out all of the best midfielders to buy for FPL Gameweek 29 here.