FPL GW33 Picks – BUY / SELL / KEEP – fpl_obsessed

FPL GW33 Picks

FPL GW33 Picks

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FPL GW33 Picks – BUY

Trent Alexander-Arnold (£7.5m / 19.3%)

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At the start of the season, we all thought Alexander-Arnold would be locked in our squads from beginning to end. However, his personal form, combined with a shocking season for Liverpool, meant that we ejected the full back from a lot of our squads early on.

Now, he is finally showing the sort of form which made him so highly owned last season. As well as amassing an impressive 40 points in the last four gameweeks (10 points per game), he is top for Key Passes and second for Big Chances Created; he has also scored in that time and earned two clean sheets. This means returns can come from anywhere and everywhere.

With generous fixtures (NEW, mun, SOU, wba) coming up, Trent Alexander-Arnold should be on everyone’s shopping list.

Kelechi Iheanacho (£6.1m / 19.1%)

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This guy is on fire and at just £6.1m he represents the best value in the game at the moment. He has rewarded his owners with 38 points in the last four gameweeks (9.5 points per game) and his underlying stats show that he’s been very close to this being higher.

Leicester also have great fixtures (CRY, sou, NEW, mun) coming up so this is a real coming together of fixtures and form. I was fortunate enough to bring him in on my wildcard in GW31. If you don’t own him, get him soon!


Alexandre Lacazette (£8.4m / 8.0%)

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I brought in Lacazette on my wildcard and was instantly rewarded when I captained him against Sheffield United, so it is unfortunate that he is now side-lined with a hamstring issue. The Arsenal medical team said this:

“Alex has sustained a strain to his left hamstring and will be unavailable for Friday’s match against Everton. He will continue to work with the medical team and will be assessed ahead of next week’s matches.”

It seems sufficiently serious and my guess would be that he will miss at least two games, which is too much for a valuable forward slot.

John Stones (£5.2m / 17.4%)

As well as being fortunate with my incoming players, I was also lucky to send John Stones the other way. After VAR upgraded his yellow card to a red for catching Ramsey high and late in Man City’s 2-1 win over Villa, Stones is now suspended until 12th May.


Harry Kane (£11.8m / 47.6%)

Many people are getting rid of Harry Kane at the moment because of a combination of his price, the fact that he blanks in GW33 and his injury. This is understandable; however, I would advise against it unless you have a solid plan to bring him back for GW34.

After their blank, Spurs’ next fixtures are (SHU, lee, WOL, AVL) which is about as good as it gets. Not owning Kane for that stretch is going to be painful.

Ollie Watkins (£6.5m / 24.8%)

I don’t think I have owned Ollie Watkins this season and sort of feeling like I have dodged a bullet as I know his owners find him extremely frustrating, however, I am currently lining him up as a Lacazette replacement.

If you already own him, here is why you should keep him:
1. Aston Villa’s fixtures are pretty generous (WBA, eve, MUN, cry).
2. With 2 goals in his last four matches, he is starting to find the net (instead of the crossbar).
3. Bar Iheanacho, there are few better options around his price point.



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