Each week I take a look at the Premier League fixtures, table, and statistics to provide a brief analysis and predictions including FPL matchups for week 29. Get your fantasy tips here to set your team whether you play in the official FPL game, daily fantasy, or a draft fantasy Premier League game.
I, for one, am glad to have a full weekend of Premier League fixtures coming out without any FA Cup or other cup competitions to get in the way.
Opening the weekend is Arsenal fresh off of a convincing FA Cup victory after their pathetic attempt to proceed in the Champions League. I don’t have much faith in their ability to overcome West Brom, but they have been wildly inconsistent and could actually show up and prove me wrong.
While Chelsea might have to travel to Stoke City, they shouldn’t have any problem getting past the Potters and extending their lead at the top of the table. I am predicting wins for Crystal Palace, Sunderland, and West Ham at the bottom of the table. All have been in good form more recently and face opposition that they should be able to win against.
Week 29 Predictions:
|Saturday, March 18|
|11:00/15:00||West Ham||3||v||2||Leicester City|
|Sunday, March 19|
Week FPL 29 FPL Matchups
I’m predicting a goal fest in the final match of the weekend between man city and liverpool, so stacking attacking options looks like a good option. Their +24 and +25 goal differences come largely from the amount of goals scored and a win for either club would be huge meaning that they should both be pushing to get goals.
While Tottenham have won their last 9 home matches, they are now looking likely to be without Harry Kane. I believe that this opens up possibilities for Christian Eriksen and Delle Alli getting on the score sheet more often rather than making any of their other strikers more viable options.
Hull City have been putting in good performances recently and could certainly push Everton, but Everton’s recent home form has then winning their last 5 matches while also keeping 4 clean sheets and scoring 18 goals and giving up just 3.
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