Kai Havertz

The quarterfinals of European competitions are interrupted by Matchday 33 in the Premier League where there will be plenty of points on offer for Fantasy Premier League managers. 

Gameweek 33 precedes the biggest Double Gameweek of the season with seven teams playing twice next week. Hence, managers who still have their chips active can prepare towards that while others can firm up a strategy from this week’s transfers. 

The FootballCastle has all the tips required to navigate an exciting Gameweek 33 ahead of the deadline on Saturday, 13 April at 11:00 BST.


Mark Flekken (£4.6m) 

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The Dutchman is tipped for a big haul in GW33 as he faces a Sheffield United side who are shy goalscorers away from home while he earned a season-high 11 points in his last home game. 


Sergio Reguilón (£4.4m) 

The Brentford wing-back already has five assists in 2024 and his low price plus 1.8 per cent ownership make him a fantastic pick given his upcoming run of fixtures. 

A home game in GW33 against bottom-of-the-league Sheffield United raises Reguilon’s appeal with his set-piece ability as well as the opponents’ poor form on the road.

Rayan Ait-Nouri (£4.7m) 

If fit, the Algeria international should be picked against Nottingham Forest and he can continue his run of two goals and an assist in the last four matches. Ait-Nouri has been playing as an inside-forward so the big hauls could keep coming as you can also look forward to a double gameweek 34.

Lewis Dunk (£5.2m) 

The Brighton captain is the ideal candidate to profit at both ends of the pitch against Burnley having delivered a goal, an assist and three clean sheets in his last seven games.

Burnley are weak at set-pieces and Dunk would be happy to contribute to the scoreline given his aerial prowess. 


Cole Palmer (£6.1m) 

Cole Palmer

Palmer has delivered a double-digit haul in each of his last three home matches with six goals and an assist. He is thus a captaincy pick for this week against Everton who are poor travellers.

Pascal Groß (£6.3m)

The German’s ability at dead balls could prove pivotal against Burnley who are very fragile in that department. 

Groß has four goals with 11 assists for 138 FPL points so far this season and he could well add to that in GW33. 

Kai Havertz (£7.3m)

Havertz is in red-hot form and Arsenal’s looming Double Gameweek 34 means FPL managers must consider doubling or tripling up on their players. The German is owned by only 5.2 per cent of players despite being one of the Gunners’ top performers with five goals and five assists over the last seven GWs.

Havertz is now a mainstay in an attack that has scored the most Premier League goals in 2024 and he has the fixtures to keep the good form going. 

Kevin De Bruyne (£10.3m)

The Manchester City ace delivered two goals and an assist in last week’s win over Crystal Palace for a season-best 18 points tally in FPL. 

KDB was an unused substitute against Real Madrid in midweek so he will be fresh for the visit of Luton Town in GW33. 

Mohamed Salah (£13.4m) 

Salah is slowly building up since returning from injury with two goals from three starts and he can produce huge hauls against Crystal Palace in GW33

The Egyptian registered 13 points against the Eagles earlier this season and many managers would be happy if he can reproduce something similar this time. 

Lucas Paqueta (£6.0m) 

The Brazilian is stepping up his output ahead of a London Derby at home to Fulham and his all-round influence is key to David Moyes’ side.

Paqueta can deliver goals and assists in equal measure while his creativity also helps get the better out of his teammates. 


Alexander Isak (£7.9m) 

The Swede can extend his fantastic run of home form against Tottenham in Gameweek 33 after scoring in each of his last five appearances at St James’ Park.

Isak is currently on a run of five goals and an assist in the last five matches and he is nailed on to haul once more. 

Chris Wood (£4.9m) 

Wood is on a handy budget price and the Nottingham Forest man has scored in each of the last four GWs. Wolves are up next and it is pertinent to note that the New Zealander has produced nine goals and an assist in ten appearances under Nuno Espirito Santo. 

Ivan Toney (£8.1m) 

The Brentford marksman can get back on the goalscoring trail against a Sheffield Utd side who have conceded 16 goals in their last five games.

The Blades are bound for relegation and Toney’s underlying numbers suggest he has only been unlucky to not be finding the net recently. 


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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