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FPL GW32 Tips: Best Players to Transfer In

FPL GW32 is here and with the double gameweek fixtures being confirmed we have to consider them when bringing players in.

If you want to set yourself up for as many points as possible it’s a good idea to bring in as many assets with a future DGW as possible.

Best Players for FPL GW32

The best players to bring in for GW32 are James Maddison, Wout Weghorst and Matt Doherty.

The most transferred in players for GW32 are James Maddison, Jarrod Bowen and Matt Doherty.

NameTeamPositionPricePick %GW31 ScoreTotal Points
James MaddisonLeicesterMidfielder£6.9m11%6124
Wout WeghorstBurnleyForward£6.4m7%131
Matt DohertySpursDefender£4.9m9%1466
Conor RobertsBurnleyDefender£4.4m1%139

James Maddison

  • Price: £6.8m
  • Picked by: 11%
  • Fixtures: Crystal Palace (H), Newcastle (a), Everton (a)

Maddison is the creative hub for Leicester, with 7 assists, 73 shot-creating actions and 6 goal-creating actions this season (6th most in the league).

He has 8 goals too, taking the most shots (54) and the has the highest xG + xA in the Leicester team (8.56).

After winning their last two home games, Leicester face Palace at home in GW32, then playing Newcastle and Everton in DGW33.

The fixtures look kind on paper, with Newcastle losing their last three games and Everton losing 5 of their last 6.

Beyond that Leicester continue to have a run of appealing fixtures. They also, along with Chelsea and Everton, have more remaining fixtures than anyone else.

Wout Weghorst

  • Price: £6.4m
  • Picked by: 7%
  • Fixtures: Norwich (a), West Ham (a), Southampton (H)

Weghorst has one goal and two assists since arriving from Wolfsburg in January, averaging 0.32 returns per 90.

He has four goal-creating actions to his name too, 0.43 per 90 (the most in the Burnley team).

In GW32 Burnley face bottom club Norwich, who have been conceding 16.3 shots per game this season (most in the league).

This could be the game he breaks his 5 gameweek scoring drought.

Matt Doherty

  • Price: £4.9m
  • Picked by: 9%
  • Fixtures: Aston Villa (a), Brighton (H), Brentford (a)

With a goal and assist against Newcastle last gameweek Doherty now has two goals and 5 assists this campaign (0.63 returns per 90).

The Irishman has a high npxG for a wing back (0.26 per 90), taking 1.58 shots per 90, as well as averaging 0.19 xA per 90.

Spurs are a team in form, with four of the five top scorers in the last 6 gameweeks being Spurs players, with Doherty scoring 56.

He has good fixtures coming up (6 out of his remaining 7 matches have a FDR of 2) including Brighton, who have only scored 26 times (third fewest in the league).

The combination of attacking returns coupled with potential clean sheets makes him an extremely valuable asset.

Conor Roberts

  • Price: £4.4m
  • Picked by: 1%
  • Fixtures: Norwich (a), West Ham (a), Southampton (H)

Roberts is a capable attacking full back, with one assist so far this term, scoring 5 and assisting 7 for Swansea last season.

The Welshman is a good asset defensively too, with Burnley conceding only 40 goals despite being in the bottom three.

Their opponents Norwich have scored the fewest this season (18), averaging only 9.7 shots per game (fewest), drawing 0-0 in the reverse fixture.

Of course there’s a double gameweek in GW33 too, where he’ll be a solid differential.