Leicester are back on top in the Gameweek 21 Form vs Fixture charts, with Bournemouth breaking into the top three. Arsenal have slumped.

The FPL 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.

FPL Fixtures Chart

Gameweek 21 Fixture

Bournemouth retain their place at the top of the Gameweek 21 Fixture Chart, given that they face teams in the bottom half of the Premier League table. It remains tough to invest in their attackers though, they have scored just two goals in their last four games. Callum Wilson needs a resurgence in form, but with just three shots in his last four games, hopes are low. Harry Wilson makes an interesting punt at just £5.9 million: he's had nine shots in his last four appearances.

Leicester aren't far behind in the fixture chart, with managers holding a couple of their attackers looking well-placed. Jamie Vardy shouldn't be going anywhere in your FPL squad, especially since he's through the congested schedule: only Liverpool have halted him in the last three months. James Maddison is the place to go for an attacking double-up: he's created twelve chances in his last four games.

Form Chart

Gameweek 21 Form


Manchester City top the form chart, having scored ten goals in their last four games. Kevin De Bruyne has the edge over Raheem Sterling given his cheaper price and greater game-time security: he also has seven attacking returns in his last four, contributing to 70% of their goals. The forwards have to be avoided for now with both back to full fitness. A double-up could prove too costly given their upcoming schedule.

Liverpool are well ahead of the rest of the chasing pack: it's ten goals in their four most recent Premier League games too. The fixtures aren't of concern: their race for the title means they can overcome anyone, as demonstrated against Leicester. The pendulum has just moved back into Sadio Mane's favour, ahead of Mo Salah, but both could prove fruitful. Don't forget about Trent Alexander-Arnold, who has to be considered for his attacking potential alone - he has one goal and three assists in four.

Form vs Fixture

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