This week's analysis breaks down some of the key players to look out for
in the Drafthound dream teams.
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Dallas is the top-scoring FPL defender this season with 7 goals, 3
assists, and 10 clean sheets to his name.
He’s managed more shots on target than any other FPL defender (16)
and he has the advantage of playing as a central midfielder.
His team Leeds have a favorable run-in and will face four of the
bottom seven teams between now and the end of the season.
Leeds have also improved their defense drastically in recent week
and only conceded 7 goals in their last nine games despite playing
Chelsea, Liverpool, and both Manchester Clubs in that period.
Dallas’ potential for goals and assists combined with Leeds’
improved defense means he’s an obvious pick for the run-in.
Chris Wood scored a hat-trick last round against Wolves to put
Burnley on the brink of Premier League safety.
Over the last seven rounds, he’s returned 6 goals, 3 assists, and
57 points with only Kane and Iheanacho being more prolific.
Burnley have won their last two home games against West Ham,
scoring 5 goals without conceding any.
Chris wood himself has 6 goals and 1 assist in his last seven
meetings against the Hammers.
This week the bookmakers have priced his chances of scoring to 39%
making him one of the odds-on favorites to do so in that matchup.
Pereira has been involved in 60% of West Brom’s goals since Big
Sam took over the reins in GW14.
Over the last four rounds, he’s returned 4 goals, 2 assists, and
42 points with no other playing amassing more.
West Brom have won their last three games against Wolves, scoring
an impressive 10 goals.
Pereira himself scored twice in the reverse fixture against Wolves
and returned 15 points.
Kane is Premier League’s current top scorer (21), the favorite for
the golden boot, and the second-highest scoring fantasy asset this
He has 10 attacking returns in his last eight games (8G, 2A) which
is is a league-leading total.
Tottenham faces Sheffield Utd next who have conceded the
third-most goals this campaign (56) and kept the fewest amounts of
clean sheets (3).
Kane himself has scored 2 goals in his last two games against
Sheffield Utd including one in the reverse fixture.
The bookmakers have Tottenham as the favorites to score the most
goals this round (43%) and Kane as the most likely goalscorer
Iheanacho has been directly involved in 14 goals in his last nine
appearances for Leicester (12G, 2A).
He’s only blanked once in his last seven PL games and in that time
he’s returned 68 points which no other player can best.
Leicester have the league’s third-best goal record (60) and they
have scored in all but six games this season with only Man City
being more consistent (3).
They face Southampton next who have conceded the second-most goals
this campaign (58) behind only West Brom (64).
Leicester have come out victorious in their last three games at
St. Marys, scoring 15 goals with 9 of those coming last season.
Castagne has returned a record-high 20 points over the last two
rounds through a goal, an assist, and a clean sheet.
The Belgian has shown his potential to return points at both ends
of the pitch which is strengthened by the fact that he plays for
the team that have the fourth-best clean sheet record (11) and the
third-most goals (60).
Castagne and Leicester play Southampton next against whom they
have only conceded twice in their last five games, keeping 3 clean
sheets in the process.
Many players have the potential to be good captain picks but here are
the ones on our watchlist.
The first candidate and this week’s template pick is
He faces a relegated Sheffield Utd side at home who have the worst
defensive record in the league.
He’s also the league’s top goalscorer (21), joint-assist leader (13),
and the bookmaker’s odds-on favorite to score a goal this week (63%).
The other candidate is
who’s in red hot form after being directly involved in 14 goals in his
last nine appearances for Leicester.
He faces Southampton next who have conceded the second-most goals this
campaign (58) and who have lost their last three home games to
Leicester, conceding 15 goals.
He’s still the differential option but if you’re looking to make a
late surge up the table in your league then he could be a low-risk
- We are going with Kane!
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