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GW28 Dream Team: Another Doherty double-figure haul

The Scout 2 Mar 2020
Matt Doherty, Spurs v Wolves

Wolves wing-back records successive returns as The Scout reviews the Gameweek's top performers

A goal and an assist against Tottenham Hotspur extended Matt Doherty's (£6.2m) fine run of form in Fantasy Premier League.

The Wolverhampton Wanderers wing-back picked up 12 points in Sunday's 3-2 win, adding to his 10-point haul against Norwich City in the previous Gameweek.

Owned by only 5.9 per cent, Doherty has thrived as a differential recently, claiming 34 points in his last four outings.

And Wolves' upcoming run of opponents points to more success for the Irishman.

According to the Fixture Difficulty Ratings (FDR), each of their next four matches score only two.

Doherty takes his place in a Dream Team that scored 137 points, lining up in a 4-4-2 formation. 

Vicente Guaita (CRY) £5.1m; 11pts

His eight saves helped Crystal Palace to a 1-0 win over Brighton & Hove Albion. Guaita now has eight clean sheets this season, one more than he managed in the previous campaign.

Marcos Alonso (CHE) £6.0m; 16pts

A recent change of formation has revived the Chelsea wing-back's potential in FPL. Alonso scored both their goals in a 2-2 draw at AFC Bournemouth, taking his total to 24 points in the last two Gameweeks.

Jamal Lewis (NOR) £4.4m; 15pts

The left-back scored the decisive goal in Norwich's 1-0 home win over Leicester City. Lewis rewarded his 0.2 per-cent ownership with his season-high haul, earning the defender his Dream Team debut.

Matt Doherty (WOL) £6.2m; 12pts

The Wolves wing-back has been named in the Dream Team on four occasions this term, second only to the six of Trent Alexander-Arnold (£7.8m) among defenders in FPL.

Max Aarons (NOR) £4.3m; 11pts

He supplied the assist for Lewis' strike against the Foxes to record his first double-figure return of the campaign.

Ismaila Sarr (WAT) £6.2m; 19pts

Two goals and an assist helped the Watford winger earn his season-high haul in a 3-0 win over Liverpool. Sarr has produced 47 points in his five home matches under Nigel Pearson.

Michail Antonio (WHU) £6.8m; 11pts

Owned by only 0.7 per cent, the West Ham United winger proved a handy differential in their 3-1 win over Southampton. Antonio scored and also supplied an assist, recording his first attacking returns since Gameweek 19.

Bruno Fernandes (MUN) £8.3m; 10pts

The most-bought player for Gameweek 28 repaid the faith of 455,000+ managers. The Manchester United playmaker scored in a 1-1 draw at Everton, taking his total to 32 points in four Gameweeks since joining in January.

Pablo Fornals (WHU) £6.0m; 9pts

The West Ham midfielder provided two assists against Saints, adding to his goal against Liverpool in the previous Gameweek.

Diogo Jota (WOL) £6.3m; 12pts

Wolves' attacker extended his excellent run of form with a goal and an assist in their win at Spurs. Jota has totalled 28 points over the last two Gameweeks, earning a place in the Dream Team on both occasions.

Troy Deeney (WAT) £6.2m; 11pts

The Watford forward scored once and supplied an assist to help end Liverpool's unbeaten run. All six of Deeney's goals this season and both of his assists have come since Pearson was appointed head coach in Gameweek 17.

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