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Best FPL Team for Double Gameweek 28

 Best FPL Team for Double Gameweek 28

Tottenham Hotspur's Son Heung-Min (right)
Tottenham Hotspur's Son Heung-Min (right) celebrates scoring his side's third goal during the Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Crystal Palace at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on March 2, 2024 in London, England.(Image-Getty) 

Alfie Doughty (£4.7m) of Luton Town emerges as a key figure in the upcoming Double Gameweek 28 (DGW28) of Fantasy Premier League. His recent performances have garnered him significant attention, making him the most-bought defender for this crucial period.

Doughty's versatility as a wing-back has attracted over 200,000 new owners, anticipating his impactful contributions in fixtures against Crystal Palace and AFC Bournemouth. With one goal and eight assists so far this season, Doughty's attacking potential is evident, making him a compelling choice for fantasy managers.

In the Scout Selection lineup for DGW28, Doughty features prominently in a 3-4-3 formation. Joining him are other notable players poised to deliver significant returns:

1. Neto (Bournemouth) £4.6m: 

The Bournemouth goalkeeper presents a promising source of value with back-to-back home matches against Sheffield United and Luton. Neto's consistent performances, including six clean sheets this season, make him a reliable choice for fantasy managers.

2. Gabriel (Arsenal) £5.3m:

 With a home encounter against Brentford, the Arsenal centre-back aims to extend his excellent form. Gabriel's defensive solidity, coupled with his knack for contributing goals and assists, positions him as a valuable asset in fantasy teams.

3. Lewis Dunk (Brighton) £5.1m:

 The Brighton & Hove Albion centre-back continues to impress with his impactful performances at both ends of the pitch. With two goals, an assist, and a clean sheet in his last five matches, Dunk promises significant returns, especially in the upcoming fixture against Nottingham Forest.

4. Son Heung-min (Spurs) £9.8m:

 Tottenham Hotspur's dynamic forward boasts an impressive record on the road, making him a standout candidate for fantasy managers. With consistent performances and a history of double-digit hauls, Son's inclusion in the lineup adds attacking flair and potential point returns.

5. Bukayo Saka (Arsenal) £9.2m:

 The Arsenal winger's recent form has been stellar, with seven goals and two assists in his last six outings. Facing Brentford, a team prone to conceding goals, Saka's attacking prowess makes him an appealing option for fantasy managers seeking impactful midfielders.

6. Jarrod Bowen (West Ham) £7.9m:

 West Ham United's star midfielder emerges as a top pick for DGW28, particularly for his home encounter against Burnley. Bowen's ability to produce significant point returns, highlighted by his recent hat-trick, makes him a worthy addition to fantasy squads.

7. Cole Palmer (Chelsea) £5.7m: 

The Chelsea midfielder's upcoming fixture against Newcastle United presents a favorable opportunity for fantasy managers. Since his debut, Palmer has demonstrated his attacking threat, making him a valuable asset in fantasy teams seeking differential picks.

8. Ollie Watkins (Aston Villa) £9.0m:

 Watkins' recent performances have showcased his goal-scoring prowess, elevating him to his best-ever Fantasy campaign. With a home match against Tottenham Hotspur, Watkins aims to capitalize on Spurs' defensive vulnerabilities to deliver significant returns for fantasy managers.

9. Dominic Solanke (Bournemouth) £7.1m: 

Despite facing a knee issue, Solanke remains a strong contender for the captaincy in DGW28. With fixtures against Sheffield United and Luton, Solanke's goal-scoring potential positions him as a key figure in fantasy lineups, pending a late decision on his involvement due to injury concerns.

10. Carlton Morris (Luton) £5.1m: 

Morris emerges as the most in-form player among the DGW28 sides, with impressive performances since returning to Luton's starting XI. With four goals and two assists in six outings, Morris presents a compelling case for fantasy managers seeking differential picks.

As fantasy managers prepare for Double Gameweek 28, the Scout Selection offers insights into the best players poised to deliver significant returns based on recent form, fixtures, and potential impact. With careful consideration of injury concerns and form, fantasy managers can optimize their squads for this crucial period in the Fantasy Premier League season.

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