Everton slump to the bottom of the table, as Leicester hold firm and Southampton come into contention for the Gameweek 14 Form vs Fixture Charts.
The fixture chart uses the site 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, while reflecting the format of the site ticker.
Southampton are top of the fixture charts. They have three home games in their next four, facing the current 20th, 18th, 14th and 17th in the Premier League. Southampton are struggling themselves, sitting 19th in the table, but they have scored four goals in three games; against Manchester City, Everton and Arsenal. Danny Ings is the most appealing, with five goals in his last seven games. Keep an eye on James Ward-Prowse with two goals in three games.
As well as the ever-present Leicester; Chelsea and Sheffield United all have excellent fixtures. There's a promising argument for sticking with a triple up on Leicester and Chelsea for the next period, although some Chelsea assets are causing headaches right now. Tammy Abraham is the consistent option, with two goals and two assists in his last four games. There's concerns of rotation in midfield, with even Mason Mount caught up in it after such a positive start to the season. He and Pulisic remain the key acquisitions. It's tricky to invest in Sheffield United attackers beyond John Lundstram, the legendary out of position defender.
Leicester dominate the form chart again, with fifteen goals in their last four games. That data is skewed somewhat by their performance against Southampton, but they are more than holding their own where other results are concerned.
Liverpool, Manchester United and Chelsea make up the chasing pack. Salah's injury woes make Sadio Mane the more prominent Liverpool attacker to jump on board, he has three goals and two assists over this spell. Don't rule out Firmino, who could come into form once more, after a goal last week. Could he benefit from Salah's absences?
Manchester United assets begin to come back into our thinking, particularly given their nine goals in four games, scoring three against Norwich, Brighton and Sheffield United. Marcus Rashford is the form man, with three goals and two assists over this spell, but he's unlikely to make an impression on the emerging forward template. Interest in Anthony Martial has dwindled after a tough game against Manchester United: he has one goal and two assists in four.
Form vs Fixture
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