We haven’t even finished Gameweek 28 of Fantasy Premier League but that hasn’t stopped up looking ahead to the weekend and beyond.
Among the big upcoming fixtures are Manchester United’s clash with Tottenham, Liverpool’s trip to Brighton and Arsenal’s fixture with Leicester.
It’s also a double gameweek, with Spurs, Arsenal and Liverpool among the sides featuring twice.
Here are the players you should look at this week.
Harry Kane is well and truly back.
After a start to the season which yielded a shocking one goal from 13 league appearances, the England captain has netted five goals and an assist in his last four.
He was particularly impressive in scoring twice against Everton on Monday, and with an out of form Manchester United to face on Saturday before a trip to the south coast against Brighton, Kane should record a double-digit haul.
Sticking with the Spurs theme, Dejan Kulusevski offers a great budget option right now.
Filling the third forward role alongside Kane and Son Heung-min, the winger has bagged 34 points from his first six games in the Premier League, including a goal and two assists in his last two matches.
At only £6.1, Kulusevski could help you accommodate some more pricey signings, too.
Ryan Fraser was an absolute must-have in FPL during the 2018/19 season, bagging a remarkable seven goals and 14 assists, though his proficiency has dropped off in recent years.
However, he has enjoyed a resurgence during Newcastle’s recent run of good form, managing two assists and a goal in his last two outings.
He is a slight injury concern, but if the Scotsman is fit he should start both games against Chelsea and Everton.
This kid is special. Really special.
Arsenal have enjoyed an excellent run of form recently and Bukayo Saka has been key to it, racking up 23 points in his last three games.
The Gunners have a double gameweek coming up, too. A home fixture against Leicester should yield a good return, and while a meeting with Liverpool may be a little tighter, he’s still an excellent option.
This one’s a little more reactive, but if you’re not going to consider bringing a player after they’ve scored a hat trick, when are you?
Ivan Toney recently missed three games but has actually managed five strikes in his last four league outings, including a treble in the 3-1 win at Norwich.
With Christian Eriksen supplying him from midfield, Toney could be a decent differential option between now and the end of the season. With Burnley at the weekend, he’ll fancy his chances of netting again.
Since the start of 2022, Newcastle have only conceded four goals from their seven games. That’s a startling improvement under Eddie Howe.
Fabian Schar has been pivotal to that and provides a goal threat for prospective FPL owners.
With a strike against Brighton and an assist at Burnley, the Switzerland international provides another option for FPL players with games against Chelsea and Everton on the horizon.