Daily Fantasy Premier League Football Picks - Gameweek 33
Posted by FFPundits
9:44pm Apr 4 2019
Is Leicester City’s Jamie Vardy your go-to guy for Blank Gameweek 33 on daily fantasy football site, Starting 11?
Saturday’s Gameweek 33 contest on Starting 11 sees 6 teams in action, as Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth host Burnley, while Leicester face a now-relegated Huddersfield side on the road.
Free-to-play and cash games are available every single Gameweek on Starting 11, but here’s a look at some players to consider for this Saturday’s Gameweek 33 action.
Points are still awarded for goals, assists and clean-sheets – however, points for passing, tackles shots on target are also up for grabs!
Newcastle have shipped just 3 goals across their last 4 home fixtures and only Burnley (1), Chelsea, Man City and Liverpool (each 3) have conceded fewer big chances.
Those numbers bode well for Dubravka, who’s averaged 2.6 saves per game this season.
Chilwell has created 10 chances over the last 6 Gameweeks; only Alexander-Arnold (14) has produced more amongst defenders.
Leicester’s opponents, Huddersfield, have scored just 4 goals during that time and only Brighton (4) have had fewer than their 7 big chances.
Schlupp has lined up in a midfield role of late, so it’s no surprise to see him on 9 chances created across the last 6 Gameweeks; 5th best amongst defenders.
His tally of 6 shots inside the box in that time ranks 3rd highest amongst defenders, behind only Otamendi and Morrison (each 7).
Bournemouth have kept 2 clean sheets in their last 6 home matches and only Man City (4), Burnley and Chelsea (each 3) have conceded fewer big chances in that time.
So, Nathan Ake completes the defence for Burnley’s visit to the Vitality Stadium.
He’s joined by teammates Fraser and Brooks, with the midfield pair responsible for a combined tally of 12 goals and 14 assists this season.
Their opponents Burnley have conceded 12 goals in the last six matches, keeping just one clean sheet and allowing opponents 80 shots.
Maddison has created more chances (88) than any other player this season and that trend has continued into the last 6 Gameweeks, where his total of 25 chances created is also a league best.
Huddersfield’s last 6 home matches has seen the side ship 10 goals and concede 17 big chances; 3 more than any other side.
Milivojevic netted his 10th goal of the season when the Eagles hosted Huddersfield last weekend and 9 of those have come from the penalty spot; 4 more than any other player.
Wilfried Zaha has won more penalties (5) than any other player this season and Newcastle have conceded 6 penalties so far this campaign, with only 4 teams faring worse.
A goal during Leicester’s 2-0 win over Bournemouth saw Vardy continue his impressive form in front of goal; he’s returned 6 goals and 1 assist across his last 7 league matches.
The Foxes have scored 11 goals in their last 6 matches, taking 105 shots, only behind Chelsea (108) and Man City (113).
Only Fulham (11) have shipped more than Huddersfield’s 9 goals conceded in the last 4 matches, while only Watford (14) and West Ham (15) have allowed opponents more big chances.
Rondón has been directly involved in 5 goals across the last 6 Gameweeks (3 goals, 2 assists), with only Lacazette, Jiménez, Vardy (each 6) and Deeney (7) contributing to more, amongst forwards.
His tally of 18 shots inside the box in that time ranked 1st amongst forwards, while only Kane (9) and Lukaku (10) fired more than his 8 efforts on target.
Bournemouth’s last 6 home matches have seen them score 12 goals and only Man Utd (22), Wolves (23) and Man City (26) have recorded more than the Cherries’ 20 big chances in that time.
So, this looks like a prime fixture for Callum Wilson to add to his tally of 11 goals and 9 assists from 24 appearances this season.
His total of 4 efforts on target in the last 3 Gameweeks can only be bettered by Vardy and Kane (each 5) amongst forwards, while only Lukaku (5 to 4) has had more big chances.
Huddersfield have conceded 11 goals over the last 6 matches and allowed opponents 29 shots on target, so the in-form Jamie Vardy looks like a great captaincy option ahead of Leicester’s visit to the relegated side.
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