Two blanks in the schedule mean that the Gameweek 28 Form vs Fixture Charts need to be interpreted carefully.

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

FPL Gameweek 28 Fixture Chart

Leicester top the fixture chart for Gameweek 28, facing sides in the bottom six places of there Premier League table in their next four games. It's been a difficult time for managers holding Jamie Vardy and James Maddison over the past two months, but that patience could pay off now. Vardy had four shots last weekend against Manchester City. Maddison has created 13 chances in his last four games.

Southampton have to remain in the conversation, with their next three games holding particular appeal. Danny Ings remains the key acquisition, despite finding the back of the net just once in his last four starts. He's had nine shots in his last four games, with three of those finding the target. Newcastle also have a favourable schedule, but have scored just two goals in four games: add Allan Saint-Maxim to the watchlist for now.

Form Chart

Gameweek 28 Form

Liverpool remain in control in the form chart, having found the back of the net on three occasions at home to West Ham on Monday - they have better goalscoring consistency on home turf. With their defence faltering, a switch to a double up in attack with Mo Salah and Sadio Mane provides a big differential.

Salah has four goals in four games, with Mane picking up two goals in two since returning from injury. Don’t exclude Trent Alexander-Arnold from the conversation: he now has sixteen attacking returns in 27 games, to go alongside eleven clean sheets.

Everton have crept up the form chart, having scored ten goals in their last four games. They could prevail despite tricky fixtures and managers should certainly hold Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Richarlison. This pair both have three goals and one assist from their last four starts.

Spurs face a tricky time, as they look to overcome injuries to Harry Kane and Heung-Min Son. Dele Alli was dropped last weekend against Chelsea and we could see a reaction very soon. He has had ten shots over the course of his last four Premier League starts.

Form vs Fixture

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