Chelsea, Man City, Man United – Make Mine A Double!

Fantasy Football – Gameweek 32 Preview – Written by @NiallHawthorne

It’s finally here! Double Gameweek 32 and the moment you’ve been waiting for, longing for, pining for.

The chance to play THREE Fulham double gameweek players!

Let’s go!


Defender: David Luiz, Chelsea

Fixtures against Cardiff (A) and Brighton (H) present a great opportunity for Chelsea to get their Top 4 push back on track this week. David Luiz has been his usual mix of sensational and slapstick this season, and seeing as the British parliament have been doing a damn fine impression of Sideshow Bob repeatedly stepping on a rake over the last few days, then it’s only right and proper that David Luiz steps into the spotlight. Hopefully his performances will be less Brexit and more Brazilian.

Midfielder: Raheem Sterling, Manchester City

I’m sensing a cultural sea change happening in 2019, and nobody encapsulates this more than Raheem Shaquille Sterling. For so long the subject of bile, jealousy and thinly-veiled (as well as wantonly open) racism, he’s now emerging as a role model and leader in this cultural revolution. He can also be a role model and leader for your FPL team this week as he faces both Fulham and Cardiff while in red hot form.

City can’t afford any mistakes in matches considered to be ‘bankers’, and I fully expect Raheem to lead the charge and shove it down the throat of all those racist ‘w*nkers’.


Forward: Marcus Rashford, Manchester United

With news emerging of a possible injury to Romelu Lukaku following the international break, the focus on Manchester United’s attacking options falls squarely on the young shoulders of Marcus Rashford. With fixtures against Watford and Wolves, a charge for a Top 4 place fully underway, and his biggest believer now ensconced as the permanent Manchester United manager, the future is bright for Rashford.

The future is bright, and the future starts now.

Captain: Sergio Aguero, Manchester City

A double gameweek for a fit, in-form Kun Aguero, against Fulham and Cardiff.

This isn’t a once in a season moment. This is a once in a lifetime moment. Imagine a prime Shearer facing THAT Derby County and THAT Sunderland side. Imagine a prime Henry facing THAT Barnsley side and THAT Swindon Town side. Imagine Fowler facing…. you get my point.

Own him. Captain him. Triple Captain him if you can. It’s time to go all in.

Outsider: Andros Townsend, Crystal Palace  

Townsend has an ownership under 5% and is facing a doomed Huddersfield Town side before strolling out at the new White Hart Lane as Spurs open their looooooong awaited new stadium in midweek.

Aside from the obvious attraction of a home game against the Terrible Terriers, Palace have developed quite a habit of bursting (or nearly bursting) balloons this season. Their sensational victory at The Emptyhad against Manchester City saw Andros score a worldie, and he also notched at Anfield as the Eagles almost scuppered Liverpool.

It would be quite a Spursy thing for Spurs to fall flat on their faces at their own party, and Palace are just the opponent you wouldn’t want to invite. Just saying…

Draft: Junior Hoilett, Cardiff City  

David Junior Hoilett to decide the destination of the Premier League trophy in the 2018/19 season?

You heard it here first…


Fantasy Football – Gameweek 32 Preview – Written by @NiallHawthorne



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