Managers in Fantasy Premier League should be planning to triple up on Brighton & Hove Albion players for the run-in.
The Seagulls have played just 25 matches in the opening 28 Gameweeks, fewer than any other side.
|28||ARS, CRY, EVE, SOU, TOT, WOL|
|27||AVL, BOU, BRE, CHE, FUL, LEE, LEI, MCI, NFO|
|26||LIV, MUN, NEW, WHU|
They now have two Double Gameweeks, playing twice in both Double Gameweek 29 and Double Gameweek 34.
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Although they also have a Blank Gameweek 32, Brighton still have two matches to be rescheduled, a home meeting with Manchester City, and a trip to Newcastle United.
As a result, they could be handed up to a further two Double Gameweeks over the remainder of the campaign.
Kaoru Mitoma (£5.5m) is by far the most-owned Brighton player in Fantasy, found in over 22 per cent of squads.
His performances back up that popularity, with the Japanese blanking in only three of his 13 starts.
Since making his first start of the campaign in GW14, Mitoma has amassed a team-leading 86 points, averaging 6.6 points per match.
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Brighton’s displays under Roberto De Zerbi indicate a double-up in attack is the best tactic for Fantasy managers.
They have scored 35 goals since the Italian’s arrival in GW9, the third-best total in the league.
Solly March (£5.1m) has also been a huge success under the new head coach, scoring six goals and providing four assists.
However, a recent change of position has lifted the appeal of Alexis Mac Allister (£5.5m) as an alternative in midfield.
The Argentinian, who is also Brighton’s first-choice penalty-taker, has been moved to a No 10 role.
His 15 shots, 10 shots in the box and six shots on target are all team-leading totals in the Seagulls’ last four matches.
At the back, Jason Steele (£3.9m) has emerged as a huge source of value between the posts after replacing Robert Sanchez (£4.6m) in Gameweek 26.
Steele has amassed 17 points in three outings, combining two clean sheets with one save point and three bonus.
Both Pervis Estupinan (£4.8m) and Lewis Dunk (£4.7m) boast strong options for managers willing to pay a little extra.
Estupinan has only a single blank in his last eight matches, while his five assists rank joint-third among defenders.
Although he has failed to score in 2022/23, Dunk has averaged three goals per season over the last three Fantasy campaigns.
He has produced 13 shots in the box, more than double the six of Estupinan.