There's a Double Gameweek on the horizon to consider in the Gameweek 22 Form vs Fixture charts.
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
Bournemouth remain in top spot in the Gameweek 22 Fixtures Chart, but it remains difficult to recommend any of their attackers, having scored just one goal in their last four games. A long-term injury to Josh King, could pave the way for Dominic Solanke, who is priced at just £5.2 million and still waiting for his first attacking return of the season.
Liverpool's status in the chart is inflated by their Double Gameweek 24, where they face both Wolves and West Ham on the road. Much of the debate right now in the community is whether to go for a double-up in attack or defence. I currently have Sadio Mane and Mo Salah, and I'm happy to stick with that over this next spell. They have a combined six goals and two assists over their last four games.
Everton are narrowly edged out of the top three by Leicester. The Toffees are looking a more investable fantasy side under Carlo Ancelotti, with Richarlison standing out in-particular. He's matching James Maddison for value, with a goal and an assist in his last two starts. The underlying statistics are impressive, with eight shots and six chances created in his last four.
Manchester City dominate the form chart, having scored nine goals over the festive period. That's a little below their usual standards, but still significantly better than the chasing pack. With rotation ensuing between the two forwards, we have look at Raheem Sterling and Kevin De Bruyne in the midfield. The latter is cheaper, has the form and game-time security, missing just 24 minutes over Christmas, grabbing one goal and three assists.
West Ham sit in third place, largely supported by that four goal demolition of Bournemouth. They are experiencing the infamous new manager bounce under David Moyes, with plenty of options to consider with a Double Gameweek on the horizon. Forward Sebastian Haller has two goals in his last four games and could potentially string together a hot streak: he's taken eleven shots in this period too.
Watford are tied for third place, with a new manager bounce of their own. It's now eight goals in four for them, and a leap off the bottom of the Premier League table. It's hard to look past captain Troy Deeney when he's in form: he has three goals in his last four games, eleven shots, created five chances and he's on penalties too. It may not last for long so buy him while he's scoring.
Form vs Fixture
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