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Scout Selection: Best FPL Team for Gameweek 33

Scout Selection: Best FPL Team for Gameweek 33

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Gabriel of Arsenal on the ball during the UEFA Champions League quarter-final first leg match between Arsenal FC and FC Bayern München at Emirates Stadium on April 9, 2024 in London, England.(Image-Getty) 

In Gameweek 33 of the Fantasy Premier League, the spotlight shines on Newcastle United's Alexander Isak, who has been in sensational form at home. Let's break down the Scout Selection for the upcoming matches.

1. Alexander Isak (Newcastle) - £7.9m:

 With a home match against Tottenham Hotspur, Isak aims to continue his streak of scoring in five successive home matches at St James' Park. His impressive tally of 44 points from six goals and an assist makes him a key player in the 3-4-3 formation.

2. Mark Flekken (Brentford) - £4.6m:

 Brentford's goalkeeper faces a Sheffield United side struggling to find the net away from home, making Flekken a solid choice for the clean sheet potential.

3. Gabriel (Arsenal) - £5.4m: 

The Brazilian defender has been a defensive stalwart for Arsenal, boasting six clean sheets in their last eight matches. Additionally, his threat from set-pieces adds to his appeal.

4. Lewis Dunk (Brighton) - £5.2m: 

Dunk's versatility at both ends of the pitch makes him a valuable asset. With a goal, an assist, and three clean sheets in Brighton's last seven outings, he offers points potential from multiple sources.

5. Malo Gusto (Chelsea) - £4.3m:

 Chelsea's full-back is set to exploit Everton's defensive vulnerabilities, having created numerous chances for his team-mates throughout the season.

6. Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) - £13.4m:

 Salah, with his remarkable consistency and knack for big hauls, is a captaincy favorite facing Crystal Palace at home.

7. Luis Diaz (Liverpool) - £7.6m: 

The Colombian winger's recent form highlights his potential for attacking returns, making him a valuable differential.

8. Kai Havertz (Arsenal) - £7.3m: 

Despite his disciplinary concerns, Havertz's attacking output in recent matches makes him a tempting option, especially against Everton.

9. Cole Palmer (Chelsea) - £6.1m:

 Palmer's explosive performances at Stamford Bridge make him a strong contender for captaincy, especially against Everton's shaky defense.

10. Erling Haaland (Man City) - £14.3m:

 With Manchester City facing Luton Town, Haaland is expected to capitalize on his prolific home form against a vulnerable away defense.

11. Ivan Toney (Brentford) - £8.1m:

 Toney's goal-scoring threat against a leaky Sheffield United defense makes him a prime pick for Gameweek 33.

In summary, this Scout Selection offers a balanced mix of form, fixtures, and potential points, catering to various budgets and strategies in Fantasy Premier League.

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