FPL GW26 Review
We’ve just come from the biggest double gameweek in the history of FPL and let’s just say it didn’t go as planned for me. Most of the big hitters blanked twice, and most of our chips were waisted. No matter how your gameweek went, reading this piece should help you get an insight into what happened wih your FPL team.
FPL GW26 Review
The Leicester Demolition
We all know that City have won the title, but Leicester have just ended any slight hopes they had. A 3-1 loss to Arsenal wasn’t on the cards, but the Harvey Barnes‘ injury was what kept most of us up at night. Out for about 6 weeks, we would now be looking for a perfect replacement, so check out my watchlist update for a budget midfield replacement.
One side of Manchester. Oh, and United.
Manchester City’s run of clean sheets were halted this double gameweek, but John Stones and Ruben Dias felt they had the licence to score, racking up the points. In thee second game, it was all about Mahrez. He racked up 17 points across both games to secure some memorable returns this gameweek.
Manchester United, on the other hand, snoozed their way through their games with two 0:0 draws, and no notable mentions.
The wave of differentials.
The entire 11 of the Kings of the Gameweek is under 10% owned. The most owned player was Richarlison at 8%. That could mean a new wave of must have players in our teams. Out of those players, Gareth Bale could be a must have in our teams, as long as he starts most games.
Richarlison, on his hot streak of form, could be a Calvert Lewin replacement.
Just look at the picture. No need to describe.
With Harvey Barnes injured and blank GW29 on the horizon, Leandro Trossard could be an interesting pick with a game against Newcastle. The amount of shots that Brighton have should turn into goals soon.
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