As we move onto Gameweek 25, Liverpool maintain their clear lead at the top of the 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.
N.B. This article has been written prior to the Double Gameweek 24 fixture between West Ham and Liverpool. Before the Gameweek 25 deadline, we should have a better idea of any blanks in Gameweek 28, caused by the EFL League Cup Final.
FPL Fixtures Chart
It's a real mixed bag with fixtures right now: Liverpool have a significant lead, but there's a cluster of sides who have a favourable schedule - namely Newcastle, Burnley, Sheffield United and Brighton. It's difficult to pinpoint a Newcastle attacker right now.
Burnley's Chris Wood has finally emerged on the radar: his underlying numbers have been excellent for a while, but in the absence of Ashley Barnes, he's found his shooting boots. He's priced at just 6.2m and has three goals plus one assist from his last four starts. Given Burnley's previously tough fixtures, we have to take note here.
Sheffield United have excellent fixtures over the next six, but it's their defence who have bagged the majority of their points so far. John Lundstram transcends both attack and defence, but there are concerns he's losing his position in the starting XI to Mo Besic, having featured from the bench against Manchester City. John Fleck is just 5.0m.
Brighton striker Neal Maupay has frustrated many fantasy managers in recent weeks, having delivered just one assist in his last four games. Perhaps patience is needed with him though: he's had 14 shots in this spell, including eight against Bournemouth midweek. Surely more fantasy returns are just around the corner?
Three sides are significantly ahead of the rest when it comes to form: Manchester City, Leicester and Liverpool. Kevin De Bruyne still remains the key target from City, but it's Aguero who's taken the headlines with seven goals and one assist from his last four starts. Could it be possible to squeeze them both in?
Leicester deservedly take their place in this chart, having scored nine goals across their last four games. The biggest surprise here is that Jamie Vardy has just one assist during that spell, having missed a game and a half through injury and had a penalty saved.
The key question going into Gameweek 25 is likely to be whether to stick or twist on Vardy. He's set to be fit and although the fixtures are tough, he has an excellent record against top opposition, where he's afforded the space he needs.
A double up on Leicester's attack looks a challenge given their fixtures, but James Maddison and Ayoze Perez must be considered in the conversation. Maddison has had ten shots and created 13 chances over the last four, but just one goal. Perez has lower underlying numbers, but has grabbed three goals and one assist in the same period.
Form vs Fixture
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