FPL GW10 fixtures and tips. Every week the brilliant Holly Shand brings us her insight into the blend of FPL fixtures vs FPL form to help us decide on the best transfers for the coming Gameweek.
Check out our Ultimate Guide to FPL Gameweek 10 for all the key information, stats and tips you need going into the weekend’s action.
FPL Gameweek 10 brings fixture swings that are significant for a number of clubs, as trends become ever more predictable and helps us to identify the best transfers to make.
The combined chart demonstrates the teams with the best balance of form and fixtures going forward. There's also my top three transfer targets for Gameweek 10.
The FPL fixtures chart uses the Hub's 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, whilst reflecting the format of the site ticker.
FPL Fixtures Chart
Manchester City's Gameweek 10 FPL Fixtures swing has been much talked about in the community over recent weeks, and it's finally here with three excellent home games in the schedule against Burnley, Fulham and West Brom over the next four games. Kevin De Bruyne (£11.6m) becomes the most significant transfer target, with his threat of goals and assists, including penalties and other set pieces.
This is despite Manchester City having scored just three goals in their last four games. We should see a significant upturn given this fixture spell, but we are desperate to see an upturn in form. We expect Kevin De Bruyne to see the most consistent minutes of all City attackers as we head into the busy festive schedule.
Leicester City take second place, closely followed by Crystal Palace in third for fixtures from Gameweek 10 onwards. However, it looks like the Eagles will be without Wilfried Zaha (£7.4m) over the next couple of weeks, which clearly impacts their creativity and fantasy appeal. With excellent mid-priced options available from other clubs, it's an avoid for now.
FPL Form Chart
Chelsea lead the form chart, given their impressive nine goals over the course of their last four games. We have to continue to prioritise form over fixtures, given the variance in results this campaign, so keep faith with those Chelsea players. Timo Werner (£9.5m) stole the headlines,\ with two goals and one assist from his last three games, but I envisage that Hakim Ziyech (£8.3m) will be the Chelsea attacker to bring consistent returns over the festive period; he has one goal and three assists from four starts.
Southampton are level pegging with Chelsea and they continue to find the back of the net, in spite of missing star man Danny Ings through injury. Che Adams (£5.9m) has stepped up to the plate, with offensive returns in six of his last seven games; that leaves him with three goals and four assists for the season. Theo Walcott (£5.8m) is becoming hard to ignore with one goal and three assists since his return to St. Mary's.
Liverpool look set to prevail offensively, despite the sheer number of defensive injuries, with their 3-0 defeat of Leicester City in Gameweek 9 providing plenty of encouragement. Many sellers of Mohamed Salah (£12.2m) will be clamouring to bring him back in this week, with Sadio Mane (£12.1m) and Diogo Jota (£6.6m) worthy of being in the conversation. It's certainly worth owning at least one attacker from a side who are consistently scoring two goals per game.
Form vs Fixtures
The top spot has changed with Gameweek 10 Fixtures and Form in mind, as we look to transfer targets.
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