With a quick turnaround between deadlines, it's time to look at the Gameweek 32 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.

FPL Fixtures Chart

Gameweek 32 Fixture

Watford sit top of the fixture chart, with three favourable home games in their next four against teams in the bottom half of the table. That should help them to move clear of the drop zone if they are able to pick up some points. Investing in either Troy Deeney or Ismaila Sarr would be the way to go here. With strikers hot property right now, perhaps Sarr is the most logical investment: he has five goals and four assists this season.

Manchester United and Norwich make up the top three on fixtures. We will discuss Manchester United later, with Norwich the focus here. They are a tough side to invest in right now with relegation looking imminent. Daniel Farke attempted to rotate the squad to avoid the drop, but that wasn't successful. Even Teemu Pukki, who is their top goalscorer this season, with 11, may not start every game.

Southampton sit rock bottom of the fixture charts, which is a blow for owners of Danny Ings. However, he tends to be fixture proof and has scored against Watford and Everton already this season.

Form Chart

Gameweek 32 Form

Manchester City dominate the form chart, largely helped by the combined eight goals scored in their Double Gameweek. The issue here is that the title is confirmed for Liverpool now and their focus may move to the FA Cup and Champions League. Gabriel Jesus could be an option with Sergio Aguero out, but Pep Guardiola has stated he could play one of his midfielders up top: rotation is going to be hard to navigate.

Newcastle remain in the scoring books, with confidence on their side now too. Their assets are kindly priced: its Allan Saint-Maximin who stands out for me, he's the key to breaking sides down, but he only has five attacking returns for the season.

Chelsea have made their motivation clear in recent performances, as they hunt down a Champions League place. It’s hard to predict their starting lineup, with Lampard known to rotate his numerous options in attack. However, Willian is trusted for his experience and dominates set pieces.


Form vs Fixture


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