Using the Official Premier League website and the Fantasy Football Scout members area we look at what to expect from Gameweek 6. The previous head to head records between teams can be really useful in making informed FPL decisions.
Answering the question, what to expect from gameweek 6? This could be vital when it comes to decision making. Deciding on a transfer or captain can sometimes take great thought and with the help of extra factors managers could make better informed decisions in FPL.
Everton v Liverpool
- There have been 60 matches in the Premier League between these clubs. Everton have won 10, Liverpool 26 and there have been 24 draws. Liverpool won both matches in the Premier League last season, scoring six and conceding just one.
- Budget enabler Anthony Gordon (£5.5m) has now returned in back-to-back matches registering 14 points in those games.
- Liverpools Darwin Nunez (£8.9m) is available for Liverpool after a three match ban.
Brentford v Leeds
- There have been just two matches between these sides in the Premier League. Leeds won one and the other game was a scoring draw.
- Injured Sergi Canós (£5.0m) was the only player to return in both fixtures last season.
- Ivan Toney (£7.1m) started the season with returns in the opening three matches. However he has now failed to return in the last two games.
- Leeds’ most popular FPL asset Rodrigo (£6.5m) was substituted on 31 minutes in Gameweek 5 as a result of a should injury. He is a doubt for Gameweek 6.
Chelsea v West Ham
- Chelsea have won three of the last four meetings between these sides in the league.
- The Blues have kept a clean sheet in each of those three victories.
- Jarrod Bowen (£8.2m) is yet to score so far this season, however he did score West Ham’s second goal in their 3-2 victory last season.
Newcastle v Crystal Palace
- In the 22 meetings in the Premier League between the sides, Newcastle have won 11, Palace five and there have been six draws.
- Both sides have won in two of the last five meetings and there has been one draw.
- Wilfried Zaha (£7.1m) has scored four goals so far this season. The most of any player from either side.
Nottingham Forest v AFC Bournemouth
- These sides have never met in the Premier League
- Bournemouth registered their second clean sheet of the season under the caretaker manager in Gameweek 5.
- Nottingham Forest will be looking to bounce back from their 6-0 defeat to Manchester City.
Spurs v Fulham
- There have been 30 meetings between these clubs in the Premier League. Spurs have won 16, Fulham seven and there have been seven draws.
- Aleksandar Mitrovic (£6.7m) has scored in four of the opening five Gameweeks of the 2022/23 season.
- Tottenhams Harry Kane (£11.4m) averages 6.25 points per match against Fulham in the Premier League. He has scored in three of his four meetings against them.
Wolves v Southampton
- There have been 10 previous meetings between these two sides in the Premier League. Wolves have won five, Southampton three and there have been two draws.
- Southampton have now won two of their last three Premier League matches, beating Leicester and Chelsea.
- Wolves have won four of the last five matches against Southampton in the league. The other match finished in a draw.
Aston Villa v Man City
- There have been 44 previous meetings between these sides in the Premier League. Villa have won just seven, with Man City picking up three points 28 times.
- Man City have won all of the last five meetings between these sides in the competition. Scoring 15 goals and conceding just five.
- Erling Haaland (£11.7m) is Man City’s top scorer so far this season with nine goals. He has registered back-to-back clean sheets in the last two matches.
Brighton v Leicester
- In the 10 meetings between the clubs Leicester have won seven times.
- In the previous five matchups the Leicester have won twice, Brighton once and there have been two draws.
- Pascal Gross (£5.8m) blanked in Gameweek 5 however he is the top scorer across these two sides this season. The midfielder has registered three goals.
Man United v Arsenal
- There have been 60 meetings between these two sides in the league. Man United have won 25 times, Arsenal 17 and there have been 18 draws.
- Arsenal have won three of the last five meetings between these sides. Man United just one and there has been one draw.
- Odegaard picked up a knock in Gameweek 5 and therefore is one to watch ahead of the weekend.
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