This weekly segment offers you a player from each of the four different positions in FPL, who holds the maximum prospect of performing well in the given week based on an analysis of fixture, form, tendency, and underlying stats
#David De Gea: vs. Newcastle (away).
De Gea was the only goalkeeper to keep a CS in GW 26.
Newcastle have an average of 0.7 goals per match in their last 7 GW
De Gea have made 85 saves this season. Second best in the league, 14 saves behind Fabianski.
He has gotten 15 CS this season. 3 more than Courtois in second place.
Owned by: 2.480.966 before this GW.
Transferred in by 11.263 new managers.
#Charlie Daniels: vs. Huddersfield (away).
Bournemouthe does not have a great defensive record, but they are playing the worst attacking side in the premiership.
Huddersfield have only scored once in their last 5 games.
With only 1 goal and 1 assist so far we are looking to Daniels to get another goal. Last season he had a part in 7 goals (4gs and 3as).
Bournemouth's form in their last 5 games WWDLD. That includes a big 3-0 win away versus Chelsea and a narrow 2-1 defeat to Arsenal at home.
Owned by: 369.899 before this GW.
Transferred in by 34.651 new managers.
#Mohamed Salah: vs Southampton (away)
Two more goals last week puts his tally at 21 this season. Only 1 goal behind Kane now.
They face a Southampton side that is in ok form (WDDDL), but they are still desperate for points.
Since Forster was injured McCharty has been the nr 1. In his last 5 games he has let in 8 goals. It’s safe to say that the Saints defence is shakey.
In his last 10 GW’s Salah has only failed to make a goal point in two matches (9gs and 4as)
Owned by: 3.211.480 before this GW-
Transferred in by 16.283 new managers.
#Sergio Aguero: vs. Leicester (Home)
11 of Aguero’s 17 goals this season have been scored at Ethiad.
They face a Leicester side with a bad away form (LDLLW). They let 7 goals past Schmeichel in those games.
Man. City’s home form is a bit better since they have won every game at home since their draw with Everton in GW 2. Scoring 45 times.
The game against Leicester will be the first game Man. City have had a full week of rest between matches (not counting the international breaks). The closest they have been was a 6 days rest after the defeat to Liverpool (4-3), and before the win over Newcastle (3-1). Do you remember who scored a hat trick against Newcastle? That’s right. Aguero!
Owned by: 1.714.874 before this GW.
Transferred in by 57.155 new managers.