Liverpool look set to dominate for Double Gameweek 24 and beyond, with excellent form and fantastic fixtures.
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
Liverpool are miles ahead everyone, with Crystal Palace leading the chasing pack: that's largely helped by the fact they have three home games in their next four. Having scored five goals in their last four games too, they could be seeing a resurgence in our sides. Wilf Zaha remains the talisman, with two assists over this spell: he's the best bet from an attacking perspective.
Bournemouth are another side with excellent fixtures, facing sides in the bottom half of the table over their next four games. The problem here is that the Cherries have failed to find the back of the net in all of their last four games, where they've had favourable fixtures too. Surely Callum Wilson has to find his shooting boots soon, after 16 successive blanks?
Manchester City top the form chart with a huge twelve goals over their last four outings. Kevin De Bruyne is the highest owned player in the game: almost immune from Pep rotation, he has four attacking returns from his last four games. Sergio Aguero looks to be back to his best, having returned from injury and has to be considered given his six goals and one assist from three starts.
Watford have been a surprise package in recent weeks and should no longer be considered relegation fodder. This improvement has coincided with the return of captain Troy Deeney, who has three goals in his last four games: that record could have been even better if he hadn't missed a penalty against Spurs last weekend. Abdoulaye Doucouré is taking up some advanced positions, having two goals and two assists over this spell also.
Form vs Fixture
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