We're approaching the FPL run-in and it's time to make some big decisions in Fantasy with just ten gameweeks remaining.
When deciding which players to buy in FPL, it is vitally important to study the upcoming fixtures, especially with so many blanks and doubles coming up.
Just six teams will play twice in GW29 as well as having fixtures in GW28 and GW32.
There are, of course, some of the best teams to target as you will get the most minutes out of their Fantasy Premier League assets.
So, take a look at which teams will play the most matches within the next several weeks and which players you should be targetting in Fantasy.
Teams to target
The six teams with a Double in GW29 and games in GW28 and GW32 are:
- Brentford - GW28 v Leicester (H), GW29 v Brighton (A) & Man United (A), GW32 v Aston Villa (H)
- Leicester - GW28 v Brentford (A), GW29 v Crystal Palace (A) & Aston Villa (H), GW32 v Wolves (H)
- Aston Villa - GW28 v Bournemouth (H), GW29 v Chelsea (A) & Leicester (A), GW32 v Brentford (A)
- Newcastle - GW28 v Nottingham Forest (A), GW29 v Man United (H) & West Ham (A), GW32 v Spurs (H)
- Bournemouth - GW28 v Aston Villa (A), GW29 v Fulham (H) & Brighton (H), GW32 v West Ham (H)
- Nottingham Forest - GW28 v Newcastle (H)
- , GW29 v Wolves (H) & Leeds (A), GW32 v Liverpool (A)
Best FPL assets
Now we know which teams are the best to target, let's take a look at each club's best FPL assets.
Ivan Toney (£7.8m) is the standout attacking asset for Brentford. The English striker already has 15 goals and three assists to his name this season.
Bees full-back Rico Henry (£4.5m) offers a cheap route into the defence, whilst goalkeeper David Raya (£4.8m) is an excellent option in net.
As far as Leicester assets go, James Maddison (£8.1m) is the main man.
Maddison has struggled with injuries throughout the 2022/23 season, but when he has played, the English playmaker has been nothing short of exceptional.
Most recently, Maddison's three consecutive starts in GW22 - GW24 saw him earn a combined total of 20 points, with two goals and one assist in that time.
Patson Daka (£5.6m) and Kelechi Iheanacho (£6.1m) are viable options too.
Ollie Watkins (£7.3m) is on fire at the moment, having just blanked once in the past seven Gameweeks.
The English striker has amassed 5o points over the course of the past seven GWs in Fantasy and is the number one Aston Villa asset.
The improvements that new boss Unai Emery has made to the Villa defensive unit make goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez (£4.9m) and full-backs Matty Cash (£4.6m) and Alex Moreno (£4.4m) solid choices too.
Kieran Trippier (£6.0m) is the must-have asset from Newcastle, but there is room to double up on the Magpies' assets in FPL now.
The return of Alexander Isak (£6.6m) throws his hat in the ring. The Swedish number nine put in a man-of-the-match-winning performance against Wolves in GW27, scoring the opening goal of the game.
Sven Botman (£4.5m) is almost guaranteed 90 minutes each week and is available for a cut price at just £4.5m.
If you are after a budget forward and looking to cover the Bournemouth attack, Dominic Solanke (£5.5m) is your man.
In the midfield, Philip Billing (£5.1m) has been in fine form, scoring in each of his last two outings and producing back-to-back double-digit hauls in Fantasy.
Billing is a serious differential as he is owned by just 0.7% of FPL managers.
As far as Nottingham Forest assets go, there are no exceptional options so we wouldn't recommend investing too heavily here.
Keylor Navas (£4.5m) and Serge Aurier (£4.4m) are good budget options alongside striker Brennan Johnson (£5.7m), who scored 13 points in GW26.
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