Every week the brilliant Holly Shand brings us her insight into the blend of FPL form vs FPL fixtures to help us decide on the best transfers for the coming Gameweek.
Check out our Ultimate Guide to FPL Gameweek 7 for all the key information, stats and tips you need going into the weekend's action.
Just as us fantasy managers began to think that we'd got it all figured out, Gameweek 6 arrived on the scene. It was a disaster for many, with the consistent Aston Villa and Everton sides unbeaten runs coming to an abrupt end.
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 7.
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
Everton are the clear leaders in the Gameweek 7 FPL fixtures chart, with Crystal Palace and Fulham making up the numbers. There will be more on Everton later, whose unbeaten run came to a dramatic end at the weekend.
Considering assets from the Eagles, it's Wilfried Zaha (£7.3m) who is the best asset to consider. He's had a solid start to the season for his price, with five goals and one assist. He's also on penalties and hasn't missed a single minute of fantasy action so far in this campaign. He's now in almost one quarter of fantasy teams. He's taken nine shots in the last four games.
Anyone considering assets from Fulham will probably look to Aleksandar Mitrovic (£5.8m) who has two goals this campaign; one of those came from the penalty spot but he has also missed one too. Unfortunately, despite the fixtures, there are far better forward options at this price point who are delivering consistent returns.
FPL Form Chart
Aston Villa and West Ham are the surprise packages at the top of the form chart; they wouldn't have been the top guesses at the start of the season, but both have scored twelve goals in their last three games. This puts them level with Tottenham Hotspur, the in-form traditional top six side right now.
Aston Villa have a plethora of interesting offensive options, but it's talisman Jack Grealish (£7.3m) who feels like the safest investment. He has three goals and three assists to his name, but those returns have arrived across just two of their five fixtures to date against Fulham and Liverpool. We'd prefer to see more consistency than explosiveness from him.
With Michail Antonio (£6.3m) potentially succumbing to injury for West Ham, it's difficult to predict who the main goals source will be going forward. It does present an opportunity for Jarrod Bowen (£6.3m) who has found the back of the net on three occasions in his last four games. He's taken seven shots over that spell too.
When considering Spurs assets, there are two names permanently in the frame in Son Heung-Min (£9.5m) and Harry Kane (£10.9m). They are the two highest scoring players in the game, with 69 and 65 points respectively and sit within the top five for ownership. It's simply not good enough to just own one of these names right now.
Form vs Fixtures
It's all change once again at the top of the Gameweek 7 Form vs Fixture Charts, with two sides tied for the top spot.
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