Fantasy Premier League Pro Tips for Gameweek 28

1:36pm Mar 3 2022

The Top 5 Players To Add To Your FPL Roster In Gameweek 28

Following a Fantasy Premier League game week in which Burnley was the only club to play two games, there will be at least six clubs in action twice in five days.

Indeed, with none of Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Spurs, or West Ham playing multiple times, this may be a fantastic moment to gain ground on your mini-league competitors by researching the choices at the division’s lesser-known teams.

Aston Villa, Leeds, Newcastle, Southampton, Watford, and Watford are the six clubs that will undoubtedly play twice in Gameweek 29. If Chelsea or Norwich win their fifth-round fixtures against Luton Town or Liverpool, respectively, that figure may rise to eight.

There will also be another double in Gameweek 29 to consider when planning your transfer moves, with six clubs, including Arsenal, Liverpool, and Tottenham Hotspur, scheduled to play twice. Newcastle United, on the other hand, is the only side with four games in the next two gameweeks, so acquiring one or two of their players may be a wise decision.

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However, things will begin to calm down after Gameweek 30, as a handful of teams will not have games on the weekend beginning Friday, March 18 owing to FA Cup quarter-final involvement. If you still have a Free Hit chip, that week appears to be an ideal opportunity to utilize it.

Jose Sa (Wolves)

Wolves have probably the finest pair of double gameweek matchups of any double gameweek team, with home games against Crystal Palace and Watford. Wolves have surrendered fewer goals at home this season than just Liverpool (seven) and Manchester City (eight) (10). Palace has failed to score in six of their last 13 league away games, while Watford has only scored once in their previous four away games. Jose Sa is the game’s joint-highest scoring goalkeeper and has a chance to surpass Ederson this week.

Gameweek 28 fixture(s): Crystal Palace (h), Watford (h), Price: £5.3m Points: 115

Antonio Rudiger (Chelsea)

While Chelsea is not currently included in the double gameweek bundle, they will be if they win the FA Cup against Luton Town or if Norwich City beat Liverpool. Assuming Chelsea is too strong for the Hatters, they will have two favorable games versus Burnley and Norwich in Gameweek 28. Chelsea has the division’s joint-best defensive record away from home, and Antonio Rudiger is a safe bet to start both games, having started more league games (24) than any other Chelsea player.

Price: £6.1m Points: 108 Gameweek 28 fixture(s): Burnley (a), Norwich (a)* fixture TBC

Kyle Walker-Peters (Southampton)

Tino Livramento’s immediate impact at Southampton limited Kyle Walker-minutes Peter’s in the early weeks of the season, but he has been a major factor in the Saints’ five-game undefeated run. Walker-Peters scored his first Premier League goal in Gameweek 23 against Manchester City, and he has been involved in a back four that has kept successive clean sheets. Only Joao Cancelo has tried more shots than Walker-Peters (14 to nine) during the last five gameweeks, and he has also created six opportunities.

Price: £4.8m Points: 63 Gameweek 28 fixture(s): Aston Villa (a), Newcastle (h)

Romain Saiss (Wolves)

With Nelson Semedo doubtful due to injury and Rayan Ait-Nouri and Marcal vying for the left wing-back spot, a center-back is the way to go if you’re looking for a Wolves defender. There isn’t much separating Bruno Lage’s three defensive foundations, with Conor Coady leading Max Kilman and Romain Saiss by eight points. If funding isn’t an issue, Saiss is the greatest choice due to his better offensive threat. The Moroccan has 15 shots and an xG of 1.8, both of which are higher than Coady and Kilman’s aggregates.

Price: £5.0m Points: 93 Gameweek 28 fixture(s): Crystal Palace (h), Watford (h)

Raphinha (Leeds)

Leeds will be betting that Jesse Marsch, Marcelo Bielsa’s replacement, will give the team a new manager bounce after a dreadful February in which they collected one point and surrendered 20 goals in five games. The Bielsa era came to an end with a 4-0 loss to Tottenham, and while Leeds was second-best, it is a small surprise that they struggled to convert. Raphinha, in particular, was prominently engaged, generating six opportunities and firing three efforts on goal, one of which rocked Hugo Lloris’ upright.

Price: £6.5m Points: 104 Gameweek 28 fixture(s): Leicester (a), Aston Villa (h)