Another Fantasy Premier League Gameweek is upon us and once again The Sportsman is here to offer you advice to help you achieve a maximum points haul. With our tips last week having a lot of success, we are hoping for the same results this time around.
With still so much at stake across the Premier League, here is what we think could prove to be smart decisions for Gameweek 32.
Stick with Arsenal attackers
Arsenal may be down at the moment after drawing 2-2 for a second consecutive game, having been two goals ahead in both, but their attackers are still worth holding onto because they have the firepower to get the Gunners firing towards the title again. Mikel Arteta’s side hosts bottom-of-the-table Southampton on Friday night and this game will provide his team with the perfect opportunity to get back to winning ways and ease the minds of the nervy supporters.
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Valuable options Gabriel Martinelli (£6.9m) and Martin Odegaard (£6.7m) are still rewarding their managers with goals and assists and both combined for Arsenal’s second goal against West Ham United last time out.
Watkins can no longer be ignored
Aston Villa are flying in the top flight, popping up out of nowhere into the top six and perhaps even the top four race. Ollie Watkins has been crucial to their rise under Unai Emery, having scored 12 goals in the league since the Spaniard took over. He scored twice in his side’s huge 3-0 victory over Newcastle United at the weekend and in the form he is in, getting on the scoresheet seems like just a formality. At £7.7m, Watkins is a bargain ahead of his trip to former club Brentford on Saturday.
Liverpool starting to hit form
After coming from two goals down to draw with Arsenal two weeks ago, Liverpool have sparked into life. On Monday evening they followed that draw up with a huge 6-1 victory at Leeds United. Mohamed Salah (£12.8m), Diogo Jota (£8.7m), Cody Gakpo (£7.6m) and Darwin Nunez (£8.7m) all got on the scoresheet. Not to mention the sublime performance of Trent Alexander-Arnold (£7.3m) from midfield as he registered two assists. Jurgen Klopp’s side host relegation battlers Nottingham Forest on Saturday and could be in for another profitable afternoon.