FPL DGW25 fixtures and tips. Every week the brilliant Holly Shand brings us her insight into the blend of FPL fixtures vs FPL form to help us decide on the best transfers for the coming Gameweek.
FPL Gameweek 25 fixtures and form makes for interesting analysis once again this week, with yet another Double Gameweek upon us. We now also know the shape of Blank Gameweek 29, but await confirmed rescheduling for potential doubles in Gameweek 26, 27 and 28. Hub contributor Ben Crellin has shared a predicted schedule.
If the DGW fixtures aren't announced before the GW25 deadline then assume all the fixtures in this screenshot apart from the blue and light orange ones will happen. pic.twitter.com/Xwzl72NfN0
If the DGW fixtures aren't announced before the GW25 deadline then assume all the fixtures in this screenshot apart from the blue and light orange ones will happen. pic.twitter.com/Xwzl72NfN0— Ben Crellin (@BenCrellin) February 14, 2021
The combined chart demonstrates the teams with the best balance of form and fixtures going forward. There's also my top three transfer targets for Gameweek 25. The FPL fixtures chart uses the Hub's fixture ticker, focusing on attack for the next four Gameweeks. The form charts also have attack in mind, studying the number of goals scored per game, whilst reflecting the format of the site ticker.
FPL Fixtures Chart
Southampton and Leeds United have surged to the top of the fixtures chart, given their looming double. Southampton also look to be favourable long term, with potential additional doubles falling in Gameweek 26 and Gameweek 27. Things may not look quite so rosey for them when you compare other sides with doubles about to slot in around them.
Danny Ings (£8.4m) is the key player of interest here, particularly is the triple double materialises: he got himself back on the scoresheet last weekend, takes penalties and has the potential to explode. He's far off the form he demonstrated last campaign though.
Considering Leeds United assets, Patrick Bamford (£6.8m) remains the golden boy here, with two goals and three assists in his last four games. Should Kalvin Phillips return for the double, it may then be worth adding Raphinha (£5.3m) for the double: he's delivered offensive returns in six consecutive games and is starting to take more set-pieces.
FPL Form Chart
When it comes to current form, the big two remain in control: Manchester United and Manchester City. Given that Manchester City are likely to have two double gameweeks in the next four, it's going to be crucial to remain tripled up on their players. The big question will be how quickly Ilkay Gundogan (£6.1m) can recover from his groin injury: Raheem Sterling (£11.6m) is an expensive but worthy replacement if that's the case. Despite other key players returning from injury, Gundogan remains the top priority given his form and incredible value.
From Manchester United, Bruno Fernandes (£11.5m) remains the centre of things and is the top scoring fantasy asset this season. It's unlikely a double up on their attackers will be affordable over the next few weeks and there's constant question marks surrounding the fitness of Marcus Rashford, Edinson Cavani and Anthony Martial.
Form vs Fixtures
The top spot for the Gameweek 25 Fixtures vs Form has changed once again, influenced by the fixtures for the Double Gameweek.
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