The looming Double Gameweek skews the Form vs Fixtures Chart for Gameweek 23.

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

Form Fixtures Gameweeek 23


Liverpool beat Brighton and Bournemouth to the top of the Gameweek 23 Fixtures Chart, given that they have five fixtures over their next four games. Notably, West Ham's Double Gameweek only moves them from 20th to 12th in the fixtures chart - a warning to all that investing in their players is likely to backfire.

Brighton have to be considered given their upcoming run of fixtures, with all of their next four opponents sitting in the bottom five spots of the Premier League table. Neal Maupay is the pick from the Seagulls attack: he has scored seven goals this season and has had seven shots in his last four games.

Bournemouth are a tough buy right now, but given they've slipped into the relegation places, Eddie Howe needs to do something to stop the rot. Harry Wilson has six goals this season and is building minutes since returning from injury. Norwich up next is a plum fixture.

Form Chart

Gameweek 23 Form

Manchester City dominate the form chart, having scored twelve goals in their last four games, including six against Aston Villa. Raheem Sterling missed out on that occasion, but it shows promise for minutes going forward: I still prefer Kevin De Bruyne who is cheaper and more consistent though. The Belgian has one goal and four assists in his last four games.

Manchester United sit second in the form chart, largely helped by the four goals they scored against Norwich. Providing Marcus Rashford can prove his fitness, he's the key acquisition in this team, given his four goals in four games. Anthony Martial also has four in four - it's Liverpool up next though.

Watford have four wins and one draw from their last four games, climbing up from the depths of the Premier League table. Troy Deeney is the leader in this side and has three goals in his last four games. Look to Ismaïla Sarr or Abdoulaye Doucouré in midfield - they have a combined seven attacking returns in their last four games and look to be excellent value right now.

Form vs Fixture

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