FPL GW32 Picks
With just Tottenham having a double gameweek and a number of highly owned players injured, this week’s article is fairly straightforward.
FPL GW32 Picks – BUY
Harry Kane (£11.7m / 50.5%)
If you are one of the 4 million or so managers who do not own Harry Kane, you should look to change this right away. Not only is he in great form but he is one of the few strikers playing twice and with reasonable fixtures (both in GW32 and beyond).
His EO is likely to be the highest we have ever seen so, if you are not putting the armband on him, then you could be in trouble. If you don’t own him, it could be devastating.
Heung-Min Son (£9.5m / 46.5%)
If you already have (or are bringing in) Harry Kane, then it is not unwise to look for a Spurs double or triple up. My transfer target for this week is Son, for the above reasons, and he will be my VC in the unlikely event of Kane playing 0 out of the 180 minutes.
FPL GW32 Picks – SELL
Pedro Neto (£5.7m / 6.7%)
A lot of managers brought in Neto with their wildcard in GW31 and I feel for them because he was a great shout, who I considered myself. Unfortunately, the Portuguese winger has undergone surgery on a fractured patella picked up against Fulham last week. He will be out for the rest of the season and a good chunk of next season too.
Aaron Cresswell (£5.8m / 25.7%)
Keep an eye out for the press conferences because there are rumours that Cresswell’s hamstring injury is not quite as bad as was initially reported but, even so, I would be surprised if he is fit to face Newcastle on Saturday. Moyes said:
“Cresswell obviously felt his hamstring. He’s had issues with his hamstring before [yet] Cresswell is optimistic that it’s not too serious. But he’ll have a scan to find out how serious it is.”
FPL GW32 Picks – KEEP
Diogo Jota (£6.6m / 27.2%)
Jota may not have returned the points haul managers were hoping for in GW31 but the underlying stats show that Jota is still an asset worth owning. Having played just 30 minutes against Real Madrid mid-week, the signs indicate that Jota could start against Leeds at the weekend.
Having been eliminated from the Champions League, Liverpool will be focusing hard on a Top 4 finish and Jota will be a key part of those plans. His next four fixtures (lee, NEW, mun, SOU) are amongst the most generous.
Luke Shaw (£5.3m / 15.8%)
Luke Shaw blanked in GW31 and his underlying stats have been poor in his last four appearances, but I believe managers should persist with the full back. Manchester United play Burnley at home which has clean sheet potential and a game against Leeds which will be open and fast paced which could mean assists for the Englishman.
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