Fantasy Premier League Upcoming Schedule

Fantasy Premier League upcoming schedule for gameweeks 26. 27 and 29 have definitely become the major talking points over the last few days. The fixtures were finally announced after the deadline for gameweek 25 had passed. Read on to find out the details about the upcoming schedule.

Fantasy Premier League Upcoming Schedule

DOUBLE GAMEWEEK 26

Gameweek 26 is perhaps the biggest double gameweek in the history of FPL. In fact, a staggering 14 teams will play twice in this gameweek. Let’s have a look at the fixtures for those teams:

Manchester City: West Ham United (h), Wolves (h)

Wolves: Newcastle United (a), Manchester City (a)

Burnley: Tottenham Hotspur (a), Leicester City (h),

Leicester City: Arsenal (h), Burnley (a)

Sheffield United: Liverpool (h), Aston Villa (h)

Aston Villa: Leeds United (a), Sheffield United (a)

Crystal Palace: Fulham (h), Manchester United (h)

Manchester United: Chelsea (a), Crystal Palace (a)

Fulham: Crystal Palace (a), Tottenham Hotspur (h)

Tottenham Hotspur: Burnley (h), Fulham (a)

West Bromwich Albion: Brighton & Hove Albion (h), Everton (h)

Everton: Southampton (h), West Bromwich Albion (a)

Liverpool: Sheffield United (a), Chelsea (h)

Chelsea: Manchester United (h), Liverpool (a)

DOUBLE GAMEWEEK 27

Gameweek 27 will see league leaders Manchester City have their second double gameweek in a row. In addition, Southampton will also play twice in this gameweek.

Manchester City: Manchester United (h), Southampton (h)

Southampton: Sheffield United (a), Manchester City (a)

BLANK GAMEWEEK 29

Gameweek 29 will have only four fixtures in it. So, 12 teams will have a blank gameweek. The following fixtures are scheduled to take place in gameweek 29-

Fulham v Leeds United

Brighton & Hove Albion v Newcastle United

West Ham United v Arsenal

Aston Villa v Tottenham Hotspur

Fantasy Premier League Upcoming Schedule: Teams with the Best Fixtures

Manchester City, Aston Villa, Tottenham Hotspur and Fulham have five matches in the next four gameweeks. These four sides will play more than the other teams.

Manchester City

Opponents: West Ham United (h), Wolves (h), Manchester United (h), Southampton (h), Fulham (a), blank

Manchester City have the best fixtures coming up. In fact, the runaway leaders have four home games coming up on the trot in the next two gameweeks. They are the only team to have back-to-back double gameweeks. Also, they have a good fixture in gameweek 28 as well against Fulham.

Having three players from Pep Guardiola’s side seems a no-brainer. However, one has to be aware of the rotation risks. Guardiola loves to rotate his players and with so many matches coming up, he will do it even more. They have five matches in the next four gameweeks. All of their players are good options and nobody is safe from rotation these days. So, just pick three and hope for the best.

Tottenham Hotspur

Opponents: Burnley (h), Fulham (a), Crystal Palace (h), Arsenal (a), Aston Villa (a)

Jose Mourinho’s side have been out of form for a while but they can pick up valuable points in the five matches coming up. Harry Kane and Son Heung-min are the only ones to target from their side for this period. None of the matches will be easy but Spurs could potentially win all of them.

Aston Villa

Opponents: Leeds United (a), Sheffield United (a), Wolves (h), Newcastle United (a), Spurs (h)

Villa have some nice-looking fixtures coming up. As one of the four teams with a match in gameweek 29, their players should be targeted. Emiliano Martinez, Jack Grealish, Ollie Watkins, Matt Targett and Ross Barkley are the best picks.

Liverpool

Opponents: Sheffield United (a), Chelsea (h), Fulham (h), Wolves (a), Blank

Despite Liverpool’s poor form, Mohamed Salah has still produced a lot of FPL points. The fixture against the blades looks tempting as they will be without John Egan. One should not ignore Salah.

Leicester City

Opponents: Arsenal (h), Burnley (a), Brighton (a), Sheffield United (h), Blank

High-flying Leicester City have some tricky fixtures coming up. However, they could still do quite well in them. Harvey Barnes and James Maddison should be considered. Not sure about spending a lot of units on Jamie Vardy though.

Apart from the teams mentioned above,  Bruno Fernandes is a player one cannot look past. He has tough fixtures coming up with trips to Chelsea and Manchester City in the next four. However, he can do well in any game. As the penalty-taker, he is never far away from producing a big score.

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