Fantasy Premier League

Premier League Matchweek 32 delivers the corresponding fixtures from Game Week 1, with several Fantasy Premier League managers desperate for a grand finale. 

With it being the FA Cup semi-final weekend, there are league fixtures spread across seven days, and  Tottenham notably taking in a double game week.

My best advice; stay off Chelsea and Man City assets as heavy rotation is likely following various UCL quarter-final exertions and their FA Cup semi-final date this weekend. 

To help you through it all, Football Castle provides the best FPL picks for Game week 32. Firstly, beware of the deadline at 18:30 GMT on Friday

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Rui Patrício(£5.3m)

Starting from GW 32 against Sheffield, Wolves face four of the League’s bottom six teams in consecutive weeks – and three of them at home. 

Wolves are looking to defensive success in coming weeks with little to play for concerning the relegation or top four battles.


Nélson Semedo(£5.2m)

The Portuguese full-back secured a clean sheet and three bonus points against Fulham by virtue of his 10 tackles, and now faces bottom-placed Sheffield who struggle for goals. 

Semedo enters a period of fixtures with clean sheets potential against Sheffield, Burnley, West Brom, and Brighton in the next four game weeks. His encouraging form and solidity at both ends of the pitch make Semedo a smart pick for GW 32.

Trent Alexander-Arnold(£7.4m) has produced 44 points in his last six games including that late winner against Aston Villa to break their eight-game winless home run.

Trent Alexander-Arnold

The Liverpool full-back is in the perfect mood for a sensational match-up against Leeds and should deliver the points.

Cesar Azpilicueta(£5.9m) remains a mainstay in Chelsea’s defence despite sure rotation looming in this busy period. The Chelsea captain has 30 points and four clean sheets in the last six matches and would look to continue their stinginess at the back. 


Mo Salah(£12.5m)

Liverpool face the likes of Newcastle, Southampton, West Brom, Burnley, and Crystal Palace before the end of the season and the Reds can ill-afford to take their foot off the gas as they chase a Champions League spot.

With a trophy-less season confirmed after dropping out of the Champions League to Real Madrid, Liverpool are even more dangerous with concentration fully on domestic matters. 

Jesse Lingard (£6.5m).

The 28-year-old once again put Leicester City to the sword to deliver his fifth double-digit performance of his short time at West Ham.

The Premier League’s in-form player has now provided eight goals and four assists since arriving in East London and is unsurprisingly the most transferred-in player heading into Gameweek 32. 

A fixture against 17th-place Newcastle will likely trigger a frenzy. Don’t miss out on Lord Lingard’s FPL blessings. 

Paul Pogba (£7.6m) Is in red-hot form with three assists in his last three starts in all competitions. Indeed, having produced another sublime assist for Edinson Cavani in the Europa League quarter-final against Granada, Pogba has his sights set on Burnley against whom he scored a wonderful goal this season. 


Edinson Cavani(£7.8m)

Man United’s GW 32 opponents Burnley are on the longest clean sheet drought in the league, and adding the clinical frontman could prove the difference against FPL opponents. 

Cavani produced 11 points in a wonderful GW31 display against Tottenham and added the opener in the Europa League to continue his good form since returning from injury. 

The in-form Kelechi Iheanacho (£6.0m) is also a no-brainer, with Leicester facing lowly West Brom and Crystal Palace in their next two games and the Nigerian on a run of seven goals in his last five league games.

Iheanacho is reasonably priced, has the form to show for it and crucially has the tight top four race to play for.

Kelechi Iheanacho
FPL 2020/21 late bloomer, Kelechi Iheanacho

Alexandre Lacazette(£8.3m)

The Frenchman has started 13 of the last 17 matches and scored 10 goals, joint-best in the league alongside top scorer Harry Kane.

Alongside his penalty duties, Lacazette has a decent record against Fulham and would be looking to continue his impressive scoring run after a brace against Slavia Prague. 

Harry Kane(£11.7m)

With the Spurs striker having only the European race and Golden Boot to play for, it is imperative to own Kane and entrust him with the captaincy in his double GW 32 against Everton and Southampton.

If you still have that triple captain chip, there is no better time to activate it now, is there?


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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