We have nearly reached the end of the Premier League season and the table has almost taken the shape, Fantasy Premier League managers will now be thinking of re-building their Fantasy Squads ahead of FPL Gameweek 33. The roster of players to choose from is huge, but with the 100 million budget, you will need to make your choices carefully. Amongst the roster, there are some individuals that have proved their capabilities in the previous seasons with stellar performances. Here is a list of players who are a good idea to have your marquee signings as your FPL players in your 2020-21 squads ahead of the FPL Gameweek 33.
We are here with the Watchlist series ahead of Gameweek 33 to identify some of the players that caught the eye over the last few game weeks. Here are some of the players in our FPL Gameweek 33 Watchlist who are possible options to transfer into the Fantasy team over the coming game weeks keeping an eye on the end of the season in mind.
Alexander Arnold (Defender) 7.5 million
Alexander Arnold has a master, goal two assists, and 12 bonus points in the last five gameweeks to average 10 fpl points per game. Across all positions, no player has provided as many as his 12 attempted assists in that time while only Vardy can equal his four big chances created. No defender has completed as many as his eight successful crosses. Liverpool has conceded just three goals over the last six gameweeks, the best defensive record in the league. Over that period only Chelsea, Manchester and Leicester restricted opponents to fewer shots. Newcastle has scored eight goals over the last six gameweeks and a ranked sixth for shots conceded and seventh for shots on target conceded.
Adama Traore (Midfielder) 5.8 million
With attacking returns in each of the last three gameweeks Adam Traore has averaged 6.7 points per game meanwhile no teammate converted his 0.81 expected goals figure and his 7 shots 5 attempted assists and 12 touches in the opposition’s box are also team-leading tallies. Only Willie and Jose can better his four shots in the box. Wolves have scored four goals over the last six gameweeks and are ranked 10th for shots in the box and 12th for big chances. Burnley has considered 10 goals over the aforementioned period only West Ham, Southampton, and Shef United have been more porous. No team has allowed opponents more big chances on the clarets over that period.
Mohamed Salah (Midfielder) 12.6 million
Salah was surprisingly left out of the starting eleven against Leeds having scored in each of his previous two premier gatings in the last four gameweeks. No midfielder has fought as many as his 14 shots while only Greenwood and Jota can equal his 11 shots from inside the box. Only Kane has racked up more than his four big chances across all positions. Liverpool has scored seven goals over the last six gameweeks and only Man City has attempted more shots. The red total of 31 shots on target is better only by Man United, Man City, and Chelsea. Newcastle has conceded nine goals over the last six gameweeks keeping just one clean sheet. The magpies are ranked 17th for both shots in the box conceded and shots on target conceded.
Ollie Watkins (Forward) 6.5 million
Watkins has bagged two goals and an assist in the last four gameweeks averaging 5.5 points per game. Amongst forwards priced under 8.5 million only Welbeck, Antonio, Bamford, and Maupay had provided more than his five attempted assists. In that time no teammate has recorded a higher expected goals figure while only Trezeguet compared to his five shots in the box. Villa has scored five goals over the last six gameweeks and is ranked 16th for shots and 17th for shots on targets. West Brom has considered just three goals over the same period and arranged fifth for shots in the box conceded and sixth shots on target conceded.
Jamie Vardy (Forward) 10.1 million
Vardy has failed to register a goal since his strike against Liverpool in gameweek 24 but has provided four assists in his last seven gameweeks. During that period no forward has fashioned as many as his four big chances while only M. Pereira, Raphinha, and Son have created more across all positions. Tallies have nine shots in the box and three big chances ranked second only to Iheanacho amongst teammates. Leicester have scored nine goals over the last six gameweeks only five teams have been more prolific. The foxes are ranked 11th for big chances over this period despite playing just four matches. Pilots have conceded nine goals over the last six gameweeks keeping just one clean sheet only Burnley and Shef United have allowed opponents more big chances than the eagles.
Which players among these are you thinking of featuring in your Starting lineup for the FPL 2020-21 season? Did you choose any from our FPL Gameweek 32 WatchList? Let us know in the comments section below who is on your FPL Gameweek 32 Watchlist!