Fantasy Premier League

The final stretch of the season is well upon us and for Fantasy Premier League managers, the time to consolidate their final standings is now or never. It is time for a ‘normal’ game week which is remarkably the first since Gameweek 15 without a blank or double GW.

The blockbuster fixture of this game week is the Super Sunday title-decider at the Etihad Stadium, meaning caution must be taken with all Manchester City and Liverpool assets. Indeed, differentials will be crucial in GW32 with in-form Tottenham travelling to Aston Villa. 

However, with a host of Double Gameweeks before the end of the season, there are plenty of FPL points left to play for. Having some differential assets with big points potential is the way to take advantage of these extra fixtures.

Ahead of the game week 32 deadline at 18:30 GMT on Friday 8 April, FootballCastle once again brings you the best advice for your squad.

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Aaron Ramsdale (£5.1m)

The shot-stopper returned from injury in Arsenal’s heavy defeat to Crystal Palace but faces low-scoring Brighton whose scoring rate only betters Burnley and Norwich this season. The Seagulls have failed to score in six of their last seven outings, providing Ramsdale with a quick return to form. 

Nick Pope (£5.4m)

GW32 opponents Norwich are the league’s lowest scorers this season and Pope will be looking forward to a good outing after Burnley got a relegation boost by beating Everton in midweek.


Matt Doherty (£4.9m)

The wing-back is reborn having scored twice and registered four assists in his last six matches, with no player earning more FPL points over that timeframe.

Tottenham are in free-scoring form and face an Aston Villa side who have lost their last three games, so Doherty should provide some returns at both ends.

Matty Cash (£5.3m) 

Matty Cash
LEEDS, ENGLAND – MARCH 10: Matty Cash of Aston Villa celebrates after scoring their team’s second goal during the Premier League match between Leeds United and Aston Villa at Elland Road on March 10, 2022 in Leeds, England. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

The Aston Villa man has two goals, two assists and three clean sheets in his last six games to amass 47 FPL points in that time. 

Tyrick Mitchell (£4.5m)

The England International is rewarding his FPL owners with clean sheets in recent weeks. Mitchell offers a bargain price given his last three outings have returned a total of 20 FPL points, yet he features in only 1.3% of squads


Kevin De Bruyne (£11.7m) 

The Belgian is a consistent performer at home and has recorded a goal and five assists from the five home games against Liverpool. Son Heung-Min (75) and Jarrod Bowen (72) are the only midfielders with more FPL points in 2022 than De Bruyne (69).

Cucho Hernandez (£5.1m) 

The Watford forward has two double-digit hauls in his last four appearances, totalling 24 points thanks to three goals and an assist. Cucho has been Watford’s main attacking threat recently, with the most shots (10), shots in the box (six) and shots on target (five).

Leeds, meanwhile, have conceded the most away goals (38) this season.

Harvey Barnes (£6.6m)  

Two goals and six assists for 55 FPL points in his last 11 games is impressive consistency for a well-priced starting midfielder. Leicester play Crystal Palace next and an open game could well favour the winger.

Christian Eriksen (£5.5m)

The Dane’s third consecutive goal since the international break confirms his ground-breaking impact for club and country, with Brentford winning all the three matches which he has started.

Eriksen could be the key to unlocking West Ham in GW32. 

Son Heung-min (£10.9m)

The Korean has reached 20 Premier League goal contributions (14 goals, six assists) for the third season running, and this is shaping up to be his most productive campaign yet. 

A goal and assist in GW31 meant that Son is now ahead of Jarrod Bowen and Joao Cancelo into third on the FPL points total as a return of 27 points over the past two game weeks makes him one of the most in-form players ahead of Gameweek 32.

Son Heung-Min

Jarrod Bowen (£6.8m) 

After missing two Gameweeks through injury, the West Ham United man returned to action and made an immediate impact with his his seventh double-figure haul of the campaign as he scored and assisted to earn 13 points against Everton.

Bowen scored his 14th goal of the season against Lyon in the Europa League and can keep his spectacular form for the rest of the season. 

Phil Foden (£7.8m)

The Englishman hasn’t blanked in his three starts against Liverpool, with five attacking returns from those.

The youngster came on to lay on the decisive assist in the midweek UEFA Champions League tie and should start against the Reds.


Harry Kane (£12.5m) 

Despite doing everything but score against Newcastle, the England captain is now top of the FPL leaderboard among forwards with 21 points more than anyone else. Kane has four goals from three away games against Aston Villa and will be looking to add to his haul.

Ivan Toney (£6.7m)

The Brentford striker is in a rich vein of form after following up five goals in three games with an assist in the big win over Chelsea. Toney registered 36 FPL points in those four fixtures and the presence of Christian Eriksen means you can back him to keep producing attacking returns. 


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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