The millions of owners of Paul Pogba (£8.8m) and Marcus Rashford (£7.8m) in Fantasy Premier League have some extra planning to do after Manchester United’s progress in the FA Cup resulted in the rescheduling of two of their Premier League fixtures.
United are without a fixture in Gameweeks 31 and 33 because of cup clashes but will play twice in Gameweeks 32 and 35 instead.
Pogba and Rashford are already among the three most-owned players, sitting in 44.0 per cent and 40.4 per cent of squads.
Under Solskjaer, Pogba has averaged 10.2 points per match, while Rashford has six goals and two assists in eight appearances.
Two other teams, Man City and Wolves, have also been handed Double Gameweeks.
|Club||Blank GW||Double GW||Fixture 1||Fixture 2|
|Man Utd||31 + 33||32||WAT (H)||WOL (A)|
|35||EVE (A)||MCI (H)|
|Man City||31||35||TOT (H)||MUN (A)|
|Wolves||31 + 33||32||BUR (A)||MUN (H)|
Like United, they are without a fixture in Gameweek 31 due to their FA Cup progress.
Raheem Sterling (£11.3m) is City's go-to midfielder, having averaged 7.2 points per match (ppm) to the 6.5ppm of Aguero.
Wolves' two matches take place in Gameweek 32.
Similar to United, Wolves will be without a fixture in both Gameweeks 31 and 33.
There are still five matches yet to be rescheduled.
Brighton v Cardiff
Chelsea v Brighton
Spurs v Crystal Palace
Watford v Southampton
Wolves v Arsenal
The dates for these matches will only be known after the FA Cup quarter-finals, which take place on the same weekend as Gameweek 31.
Managers should be aware that the results of these cup ties could bring about more postponements and further Double Gameweeks.
While you should start planning their FPL chips to take advantage of the Double Gameweeks, the best tactic for now is being patient and giving yourself flexibility with transfers.
Once the outstanding fixtures are rescheduled, a clearer picture will emerge and help finalise preparations.