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After a blank game week due to the Carabao Cup final last week, there is a regular serving of 10 fixtures in Fantasy Premier League game week 26. Nevertheless, the uncertainty will increase in the coming weeks with blank and double game weeks set to affect team planning and cause transfer dilemmas.

With double game weeks taking place in 27 and 29 in between a mega blank in 28, getting those Free Hit and Bench Boost chips right will be imperative from now on. 

Here at FootballCastle, you will find all of the necessary information you need before the GW26 deadline at 11:00 GMT on Saturday 4 March.


Kepa Arrizabalaga (£4.7m) 

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The Chelsea man has averaged 6.0 points in home games this season as they host a struggling Leeds United side who only scored in one of their last four travels in all competitions.

David Raya (£4.8m) 

The second-highest goalkeeper this season can extend his good form with six matches over the next four Gameweeks. Raya is on track to rack up many points against Fulham, Everton and Southampton in the next two GWs.


Gabriel (£5.2m)

After the Brazilian registered back-to-back clean sheets for a 15-point haul against Leicester and Everton, games against Bournemouth, Fulham and Crystal Palace present a good opportunity to invest in Gabriel’s credentials at both ends of the pitch.

Ben Mee (£5.0m)

The FPL gem in Brentford’s backline boasts a fantastic home record with only four defenders bettering his 4.3 points per match. Three goals at the Gtech Community Stadium have secured Mee 65 FPL points ahead of a huge west London derby against Fulham.

Renan Lodi (£4.3m) 

Found in just 0.2 per cent of squads before a home encounter with Everton, Lodi has been an ever-present in the starting XI since GW16 and gathered 15 points over his last four home games. 

Everton have not scored in or won any of their last three away games, raising the full-back’s appeal as he also has seven shots and five key passes since breaking into the side. 

Oleksandr Zinchenko (£5.1m)

The Ukrainian could be a great differential after scoring and assisting in consecutive game weeks. Zinchenko faces Bournemouth after two clean sheets and 25 points in his last three games.

Emerson Royal

Tottenham’s right-back offers many routes to returns against Wolves after two goals, four clean sheets and eight bonus points in his last five starts. 


Morgan Gibbs-White (£5.5m) 

Nottingham Forest have five matches in the next four GWs, with their attacking midfielder producing all of his two goals and six assists at home this season. 

The 23-year-old averages 5.6 points per match at the City Ground, and Everton in GW26 starts a kind run of home fixtures.

Phil Foden (£8.0m) 

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Foden has now started each of the last two games and seized the opportunity last time out at Bournemouth as he produced a goal and an assist in the 4-1 win.

After registering his second-highest points tally of the campaign, the attacker can now be considered in form after he was the top-scoring midfielder as at GW11.

Bukayo Saka (£8.5m)

After scoring and providing an assist against Everton, Saka has already delivered his most productive Premier League campaign with 10 goals and as many assists by matching his total of 20 goal involvements from last season. 

Arsenal’s main man is becoming a must-have FPL option as he meets the league’s worst defence in Bournemouth who have recorded only one away clean sheet all season.

Marcus Rashford (£7.3m)

Six goals and an assist in the last four GWs is as good as it gets for the most in-form man in the Premier League. A tantalising game against Liverpool could only raise his game further in this spectacular individual campaign.


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Erling Haaland (£12.2m)

The Norwegian’s unassailable 27 goals and five assists in just 24 appearances has seen him rise to the top of the FPL standings, with his goal and assist in GW25 against Bournemouth taking him to eight double-figure hauls this season.

Bryan Mbeumo (£5.8m) 

Mbeumo has a team-leading 31 points from two goals and three assists in his last four home games, with three more big chances, four shots on target and six key passes.

Brentford welcome Fulham looking to continue that excellent form at the Gtech Community Stadium.

Ollie Watkins (£7.3m)

Five goals and an assist over the last five GWs have elevated Watkins who is hugely benefitting from the decision to sell Danny Ings to West Ham.

The 27-year-old has become the first Aston Villa player to score in five consecutive Premier League matches, and faces Crystal Palace at the start of a good run of fixtures including West Ham and Bournemouth.


Bolu Alabi-Hundeyin

Chief Editor of the Football Castle, Bolu Alabi-Hundeyin is a football junkie and writer of the beautiful game.

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