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What to expect in FPL Gameweek 26

Using the Official Premier League website and the Fantasy Football Scout members area we look at what to expect in FPL Gameweek 26. The previous head-to-head records between teams can be really useful in making informed FPL decisions.

Looking at what to expect from FPL Gameweek 26 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.

Manchester City v Newcastle

  • In the 45 matches played between the clubs, Manchester City have dominated with 28 wins.
  • Manchester City have scored between two and four goals in all of their last five matches against Newcastle.
  • Newcastle are averaging 0.65 goals per match this season, the best in the league.

Arsenal v Bournemouth

  • In the 11 matches played between both teams, Arsenal have won eight.
  • Arsenal have scored two or more goals in three of their five last matchups against Bournemouth.
  • Bournemouth are averaging 1.91 goals conceded per match this campaign which is one of the worst in the league.

Aston Villa v Crystal Palace

  • Both sides have won seven or eight of their 21 matches against each other.
  • There has been at least two goals in all of the last five matches between the sides.
  • Only Aston Villa have kept a clean sheet in the five previous ties.

Brighton v West Ham

  • West Ham have failed to win any of their 11 matches against Brighton.
  • Brighton have scored two or more goals in three of their last five matches against their Gameweek 26 opponent’s.
  • Brighton are averaging 1.77 goals scored per game this campaign.

Chelsea v Leeds

  • In the 29 matches played between Chelsea and Leeds, both sides have won more than eight each and there has been nine draws.
  • Either side have scored three goals in four of their last five matchups.
  • Leeds are averaging 1.7 goals conceded per match this season.

Wolves v Tottenham

  • In the 17 matches played, Tottenham have dominated with nine wins.
  • There has been less than three goals in all of their previous five matches against each other.
  • Tottenham are averaging 1.83 goals scored per game this season.

Southampton v Leicester

  • In the 33 matches played between Southampton and Leicester, there has been 11 draws.
  • Leicester have scored in all of their last five matches against the Saints.
  • Both sides are averaging over 1.7 goals conceded per game this season.

Nottingham Forest v Everton

  • There has been less than three goals in every one of their last five ties.
  • Everton have kept three clean sheets in the last five games against Nottingham Forest.
  • Nottingham Forest are averaging 1.63 goals conceded this season.

Liverpool v Manchester United

  • In the 61 matches between the teams, Manchester United have dominated with 29 wins.
  • Manchester United have failed to score in three of their last five matches against Liverpool.
  • Both sides are averaging more than 1.7 goals scored per game this campaign.

Brentford v Fulham

  • There has only been one match played between these sides in the Premier League and Fulham won 3-2.
  • Both sides have kept eight clean sheets this season.
  • Both teams are averaging more than 1.4 goals scored per game this season.

Find out what the top 10k ranked managers did this week in our article here.

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