With eight clubs playing three fixtures across the next two Gameweeks, The Scout's panel of Fantasy Premier League experts highlight the best players to target for managers who are eyeing a Bench Boost in Double Gameweek 29.
Aston Villa's fixture in Gameweek 28 is great, at home against AFC Bournemouth, and they have a Double Gameweek 29, so Ollie Watkins (£7.3m) looks a great pick. Investing in Chelsea assets could also be wise. The Blues seem to have picked up a bit of form, and Ben Chilwell (£5.9m) and Kai Havertz (£7.5m) are my two standouts.
Chelsea have hit a bit of form and now have three home matches over the next two Gameweeks. Chilwell and Havertz are both excellent choices.
Alexander Isak (£6.6m), Watkins and Havertz are all interesting forward options for this spell. Chilwell's return to fitness makes him the best defender as he's recently reminded us of his attacking potential.
Expertly done, Chilly! 😁 pic.twitter.com/bfgEfCXk36— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) March 11, 2023
Watkins is a player I would be targeting. He has the form and a great fixture in Blank Gameweek 28.
From all the clubs playing three times across Gameweeks 28 and 29, Chelsea have the standout fixtures, so I will be looking to buy two of their assets. Chilwell and Havertz are my favourites at the moment.
Even though Watkins doesn't have the best Double, his fixtures around Gameweek 29 are too good. Chelsea are another team with three home matches in the next two Gameweeks. Havertz, Chilwell and even Reece James (£5.8m) are good shouts.
Players like Watkins and James Maddison (£8.1m) look like the best players to buy. Both are key to the attacks at their respective clubs. However, don't overlook teams with a single match in Gameweek 29. If you don't have Harry Kane (£11.7m), buying him looks a wise investment now that Tottenham Hotspur are out of all cup competitions.
Part 1: How to plan ahead for Double Gameweek 29 Bench Boost
Part 3: Who to keep and sell in Blank Gameweek 28
Part 4: Should you use your Free Hit chip?