With yet another Blank Gameweek looming, the Form vs Fixture charts have been updated for Gameweek 26.

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 26 Fixture

Liverpool are joined by Southampton at the top of the Gameweek 26 Fixtures Chart. Liverpool face four sides sitting within the bottom five of the Premier League table, with all of Southampton's opponents in the bottom half. Saints have three home games in their next four and Danny Ings could be the top-scoring forward in this spell.

Blank Gameweek 28, which is caused by the League Cup Final, means that Sheffield United are hampered in the table. Arsenal's prospects also take a nose-dive, with Manchester City and Aston Villa languishing to the bottom. The Blades John Fleck has one goal and one assist form his last four games and is the ideal fifth midfielder.

Wolves make up the top three, also with three home games in their next four. Their fixtures against Norwich and Brighton look particularly desirable to target. Raul Jimenez is the go-to Wolves attacker: he has three goals in his last four games, taking him to an impressive 17 attacking returns so far this season.

Form Chart

Gameweek 26 Form

It's no surprise to see Liverpool topping the form charts also, with their scintillating Double Gameweek and subsequent performances. They've faced some tough opposition in this time, so it's to their credit that they remain on top and consistent in their chase for that elusive Premier League title.

Leicester deservedly feature in the top three, having scored some crucial goals, despite some of their usual goal-scorers providing. It's now Ayoze Perez and Harvey Barnes in the frame, before Jamie Vardy and James Maddison. Barnes has scored in three consecutive games, while Perez also has two goals in this spell.

Manchester City's position in the form chart is largely helped by the six goals they scored against Aston Villa a few weeks ago, with their performances going awry since then. It's not very often that the current Champions fail to score in successive games. Kevin De Bruyne is still the choice asset, with three assists in his last four.

Form vs Fixture

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