Gameweek 32 preview

April 1, 2016

02 Apr 12:45 Aston Villa v Chelsea
02 Apr 15:00 Arsenal v Watford
02 Apr 15:00 Bournemouth v Man City
02 Apr 15:00 Norwich v Newcastle
02 Apr 15:00 Stoke v Swansea
02 Apr 15:00 Sunderland v West Brom
02 Apr 15:00 West Ham v Crystal Palace
02 Apr 17:30 Liverpool v Spurs
03 Apr 13:30 Leicester v Southampton
03 Apr 16:00 Man Utd v Everton

 

Our last remaining unscheduled fixture has been….scheduled. The Everton v Crystal Palace game cancelled to accommodate both teams’ appearance in the FA Cup semi final will now be played on April 13th. That’s in the next gameweek. Gameweeks 34, 35 and 37 were already a tactical minefield – now you’ve gameweek 33 to worry about.

Start planning now. The earlier you start, the more players you can get in. There’s no simple way of breaking it all down. Everton and Liverpool have the most games left to play. Everton play twice in GW33, GW34 and GW37. Liverpool play twice in GW34 and GW37, but also play in the reduced GW35, whereas Everton don’t.

There are a host of teams on 30 games played who feature twice in at least one double gameweek. If they feature in both, it’s likely they don’t feature in the reduced gameweek. All those on 31 games don’t play twice in any gameweek, but do all play in the reduced gameweek. Two of whom are Leicester and Spurs. How many of their players dare you kick in to touch to make way for double gameweekers?

Use of this gameweek and gameweek 36 could be key. Those without wildcards might want to leave these gameweeks free to build up their available free transfers. And those with wildcards just need to figure out the best time to play them.

 

 

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