There's a surprise pairing at the top of the Gameweek 15 Form vs Fixture Charts, with Leicester and Wolves only just making the chasing pack.
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, facing four teams placed 13th or lower in the Premier League table in their next four games. Sheffield United are also blessed with a nice schedule, coming up against four teams in the bottom half of the table too. More on these two clubs later!
Wolves come in third position. with a home game against Spurs in Gameweek 17 being the only blot on their copy book. Raul Jimenez has attacking returns in each of his last four games; bagging three goals, one assists and seven bonus points over that period. Matt Doherty could be a great differential if he can avoid rotation: he already has four attacking returns this season, to go with the eleven in 2018/19.
Crystal Palace deservedly feature in the top four, with their run of favourable games stretching beyond the Gameweek 18 schedule listed here. Wilfried Zaha has two goals in two games, and seems to be coming into form at exactly the right moment. That could pave the way for team-mate Luka Milivojevic to benefit from some penalties.
Liverpool top the form chart, after scoring nine goals in their last four games, although the source of a brace in Gameweek 14 will raise some eyebrows for owners of Mohammed Salah and Sadio Mane. The aforementioned pair should still be firmly in our thoughts: Sadio Mane has more ticks against his name right now, given his three goals and one assist in his last four games.
Spurs look rejuvenated under Jose Mourinho, scoring three goals in each of his two Premier League games in charge. Harry Kane and Son Heung-Min remain the safest bets in the attack, both have two goals in their last four starts. Son has added creativity to his game, with four assists in four, which has benefited an in form Dele Alli. Dele is rolling back the years, having taken an impressive brace last weekend.
Leicester and Manchester United remain in the conversation, tied with Sheffield United and Spurs. Jamie Vardy is dynamite right now, it was early October the last time he failed to find the back of the net! Picking a Leicester midfielder remains a minefield, but they remain excellent value in that price bracket, especially with Chelsea faltering. Marcus Rashford looks the best bet from Manchester United, with two goals and two assists from his last four games, but a poor next pair of games will put many off.
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