Our community score predictions panel are back. Here they take a look at the what they expect to happen in the Gameweek 28 fixtures. The Gameweek 29 community score predictions are there to help managers make key decisions. When making FPL decisions many FPL managers mentally predict the outcome of matches and use this to target players. Here they predict who will win in Gameweek 29.
In these articles we will ask the panel to consider the questions that FPL managers ask themselves ahead of setting up their teams
- Who will win?
- Will there be a clean sheet in this match?
- How many goals can I see being scored?
- How many players do I want to play in this game?
Our community score predictions panel share their predictions for who will win in Gameweek 29. They consider what this might mean for our FPL plans.
El Statto won this round picking up six points. FPL Rabbi and Pilot Flame both picked up five points.
- 186 points – FBL Thinker
- 176 points – Pilot Flame
- 171 points – FPL Reactions
- 164 points – FPL Shake n Bake
- 151 points – El Statto
- 146 points – FPL Rabbi
Gameweek 28 community score predictions
Key talking points
The panel are unanimous in their feelings that Man City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Man United will win at home in Gameweek 29. They also all believe that Brighton will win away at Bournemouth. All of the panel apart from El Statto believe that Man United will beat Newcastle. El Statto believes it will be a draw. Meanwhile all the panel, apart from FBL Thinker, believe Spurs will win away at Everton.
The panel are predicting 26 clean sheets this week. They all believe Chelsea and Arsenal will keep clean sheets. The majority also believe that Brighton will keep a clean sheet. Therefore these could be the best defences for FPL managers to invest in.
Between them the panel have predicted 203 goals will be scored. Of the single gameweek teams Man City and Arsenal are predicted to score the most goals. Across the doubling teams Brighton, Man United and Aston Villa are predicted to score the most goals This could make the forward thinking players from these clubs attractive options.
In such double gameweeks we often overlook those with single gameweeks, and that could be the case again here. Arsenal assets look primed to go big against Leeds, whilst it will also be interesting to see how Spurs react to Antonio Conte’s dismissalFPL Shake n Bake