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Fantasy Premier League: Top XI Players to Buy in your FPL Team for Gameweek 21

In Gameweek 21 of Fantasy Premier League, Richarlison at £6.9m is a noteworthy pick for midfield positions, especially with Everton facing Manchester United. Having secured a starting role as a lone forward since Gameweek 16, the Brazilian from Tottenham Hotspur has been a significant fantasy performer. 

He sits as the second-highest scorer since then, accumulating an impressive 41 points from five goals. In this suggested best XI lineup using a 3-5-2 formation, Cole Palmer at £5.7m is given the captain’s armband, while Bukayo Saka at £9.0m is named vice-captain.

David Raya (Arsenal FC)

Fantasy Premier League: David Raya

Priced at £4.9m, David Raya, Arsenal’s goalkeeper, is a solid option for Fantasy Premier League managers. His impressive home form makes him particularly appealing as Arsenal prepares to host Crystal Palace. Over the last six matches at the Emirates Stadium, Raya has kept three clean sheets and showcased his shot-stopping abilities by saving a penalty. With consistent performances, he provides a reliable choice for FPL managers seeking a goalkeeper with a strong track record, especially in home fixtures.

Pedro Porro (Tottenham Hotspur)

Fantasy Premier League: Pedro Porro

Priced at £5.8m, Pedro Porro from Tottenham Hotspur is an enticing option in Fantasy Premier League. Currently standing at third place among defenders with 77 points, Porro has been a consistent performer with seven assists and five clean sheets. His attacking prowess was further emphasized by a winning goal against Burnley in the FA Cup. As Porro heads to face Manchester United, FPL managers can rely on his significant attacking contributions, making him a valuable asset for those looking to strengthen their defensive line.

Pervis Estupinan (Brighton)

FPL Gameweek 21: Pervis Estupinan

Priced at £5.0m, Pervis Estupinan from Brighton & Hove Albion is emerging as a popular choice in Fantasy Premier League for Gameweek. With over 530,000 transfers in, he is the most-bought defender for his upcoming home match against Wolverhampton Wanderers. Estupinan has showcased his attacking prowess with two goals and three assists in just eight appearances this season. His consistent performances are reflected in an impressive average of 4.6 points per match (ppm), ranking him third among defenders in Fantasy. As a reliable and productive option, Estupinan is drawing considerable attention from FPL managers.

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Malo Gusto (Chelsea)

FPL Gameweek 21: Malo Gusto

Priced at £4.2m, Malo Gusto from Chelsea offers Fantasy Premier League managers a cost-effective option in defense for the upcoming home fixture against Fulham. The French defender has showcased his playmaking abilities by providing all three of his assists this season in the five starts he has made at Stamford Bridge. Notably, Gusto has averaged 4.6 points per match (ppm) in these encounters, making him a valuable budget-friendly pick for FPL managers looking to strengthen their defensive options.

Bukayo Saka (Arsenal)

Priced at £9.0m, Bukayo Saka from Arsenal presents Fantasy Premier League managers with a significant goal threat, particularly evident in the last six Gameweeks. Despite scoring only once in that period, Saka has stood out among midfielders with 24 total shots and 20 shots inside the box. Only Mohamed Salah (£13.2m) surpasses him in these categories.

This impressive goal-scoring potential positions Saka as a promising option, especially facing a Crystal Palace side that has not kept a clean sheet in their last nine league matches. FPL managers can look to capitalize on Saka’s attacking contributions in the upcoming fixtures.

Phil Foden (Manchester City)

Priced at £7.9m, Phil Foden from Manchester City has become a pivotal figure for the team, particularly with the absence of Erling Haaland (£13.9m). The English star has heightened his impact in recent outings, emerging as the City’s form player. In the last four matches across all competitions, Foden has contributed significantly, scoring four goals and providing two assists. As he visits Newcastle United, FPL managers can rely on Foden’s current run of form and attacking contributions to bolster their midfield options in the Fantasy Premier League.

Richarlison (Tottenham Hotspur)

Priced at £6.9m, Richarlison from Tottenham Hotspur has showcased an impressive goal-scoring threat, particularly evident in the last five Gameweeks. His tally of six big chances during this period surpasses that of any other player in Fantasy Premier League. This statistic underscores Richarlison’s consistent goal-scoring opportunities and positions him as a standout option for FPL managers seeking an impactful and in-form attacker for their team.

Pascal Gross (Brighton)

Priced at £6.4m, Pascal Gross from Brighton has proven to be the top-scoring player for the team at Amex Stadium this season. Over nine home matches, the German midfielder has contributed significantly with two goals, three assists, and a total of 47 points. In the last six Gameweeks, Gross has been a creative force, jointly topping Fantasy with 22 chances created. Additionally, his 16 shots represent a team-leading total, emphasizing his dual threat as both a goal-creator and scorer. FPL managers looking for a versatile midfielder with a strong home record might find Gross to be a valuable addition to their teams.

Cole Palmer (Chelsea)

Cole Palmer

Priced at £5.7m, Cole Palmer from Chelsea has been a standout performer with four double-figure hauls in just 12 starts since making his full Premier League debut. As Chelsea faces Fulham in the upcoming fixture, Palmer presents a promising fantasy prospect. Notably, Fulham ranks among the bottom two sides in terms of conceding goals, shots on target, and big chances in away matches during the 2023/24 season. FPL managers can capitalize on Palmer’s impressive track record and favourable opposition to potentially boost their midfield options for the upcoming game.

Ollie Watkins (Aston Villa)

Fantasy Premier League: Ollie Watkins

Priced at £8.9m, Ollie Watkins from Aston Villa has been a consistent fantasy performer, blanking only once in his last four away matches. Over this period, he has amassed 27 points, contributing with three goals and an assist. Watkins is set to face Everton in the next fixture, a team that has struggled defensively by conceding at least twice in each of their last three Premier League matches. This favorable matchup positions Watkins as a compelling forward option for FPL managers looking to capitalize on his recent form and exploit Everton’s defensive vulnerabilities.

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Ivan Toney (Brentford)

Fantasy Premier League

Priced at £7.9m, Ivan Toney from Brentford is poised to make an immediate impact upon his return from suspension, evident from his recent hat-trick in a behind-closed-doors friendly against Southampton. The forward’s impressive performance in the friendly suggests a potential boost to his form.

Toney is set to face Nottingham Forest in the upcoming fixture, a team that has struggled defensively with no clean sheets in their last four matches across all competitions under the new head coach Nuno Espirito Santo. This favourable matchup makes Toney an intriguing forward option for FPL managers seeking an impactful player for their teams.