Spurs head straight to the top of the Gameweek 18 Form vs Fixture charts, with even the weekend game at home to Chelsea looking like a favourable matchup.
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.
Aston Villa have the best fixture run over their next four games - it will be a vital time for them to try and pick up some points, as they currently languish above the relegation zone on goal difference alone. Their next three opponents make up those bottom three positions, giving plenty of potential for our Villa assets.
Crystal Palace are also well placed and have started to score the occasional goal which is promising for their assets. Wilf Zaha looks to be the most promising acquisition from their attack: he has two goals in four games, plus he's created five chances over that spell too.
Bournemouth have snuck into the top three, with their next two games crucially at home: home comforts are even more important over the festive period. Ryan Fraser has played 90 minutes in his last two appearances, taking two shots and creating three chances. There's question marks over Callum Wilson who is currently flagged with injury.
Spurs dominate the form chart, having scored a mammoth eleven goals over the course of their last four games. The fixtures are promising enough for them to keep that record up against their upcoming opponents - Chelsea won't be feared after four losses in five - Jose Mourinho will relish the opportunity to beat his old club.
Manchester City crucially take second spot in the form chart: despite some patchy form, ten goals in four games is still significantly better than most of their rivals and should be seen as a stark warning for any fantasy manager planning to forgo their attackers over the festive period.
It's midfielders Raheem Sterling and Kevin De Bruyne vying for our attentions once more: Sergio Aguero's expected return to the side could impact on their potential, but De Bruyne's sensational recent form and kind price tag cannot be ignored at the moment.
Liverpool and Leicester make up the chasing pack, but plenty are considering offloading their assets due to poor upcoming fixtures and the Blank Gameweek 18. Those with value tied up in Sadio Mane would be advised to hold him and an in-form Jamie Vardy will be going nowhere anytime soon: we've seen his excellent record against traditional top six sides. It could be time to part company with Leicester midfielders, in favour of value assets from Aston Villa.
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