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Scout Selection: Best FPL team for Gameweek 32

4 Apr 2024
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West Ham’s Jarrod Bowen picked in best XI that lines up in 3-5-2 formation

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A visit to Wolverhampton Wanderers gives Jarrod Bowen (£7.9m) the chance to continue his prolific run of returns in Gameweek 32 of Fantasy Premier League.

The West Ham United star has scored four goals and supplied three assists in his last six league appearances.

That includes a 10-point haul against Newcastle United in his previous away match.

Bowen is named in a best XI that lines up in a 3-5-2 formation, with Cole Palmer (£6.0m) handed the armband and Erling Haaland (£14.3m) named as vice-captain.

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Stefan Ortega (Man City) £3.7m

Manchester City’s back-up goalkeeper is currently the cheapest starter in Fantasy due to an injury to Ederson (£5.5m). Ortega visits a Crystal Palace side who have scored more than a single goal in just one of their six matches under new head coach Oliver Glasner.

Gabriel (Arsenal) £5.3m

The Brazilian has played a big part in Arsenal keeping four successive clean sheets in away fixtures ahead of their visit to Brighton & Hove Albion. Gabriel’s 11 shots, 10 shots in the box and seven shots on target all rank among the top two defenders from Gameweek 21 onwards. 

Axel Disasi (Chelsea) £4.9m

An ownership of just under four per cent makes the Chelsea centre-back a tempting differential against Sheffield United. Disasi boasts a major threat at free-kicks and corners – his 10 shots and nine headed shots at set-pieces are both team-leading totals.

James Tarkowski (Everton) £4.6m

Everton’s centre-back also boasts a huge set-piece threat at home to Burnley, with his 20 shots in the box and 16 headed shots both placing among the top five defenders this season. Tarkowski’s visitors have conceded 93 headed shots in 2023/24, the worst record in the league.

Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) £13.4m

The Egyptian’s form on the road shows why he will be among the favourite captaincy contenders against Manchester United. Salah has delivered double-figure returns in two of his last three away appearances for Liverpool, totalling 27 points.

Martin Odegaard (Arsenal) £8.5m

Arsenal’s captain has stepped up his output recently, with four double-figure returns in his last seven outings. With Bukayo Saka (£9.0m) still a doubt to face Brighton, Odegaard’s potential for huge hauls makes him the Gunners’ best attacker for Gameweek 32. 

Phil Foden (Man City) £8.2m

Foden's midweek hat-trick took him to 183 points for the campaign, placing him top among midfielders and just five points behind Ollie Watkins (£8.8m) in the overall player standings. Foden has three double-figure returns in his last five appearances, totalling 51 points in that run.

Jarrod Bowen (West Ham) £7.9m

Bowen scored to earn eight points in his previous meeting with Wolves this season.

Cole Palmer (Chelsea) £6.0m

Chelsea’s playmaker deserves to be in the captaincy conversation against Sheff Utd. Palmer faces a Blades side who have conceded 29 goals in their previous seven fixtures at Bramall Lane across all competitions.

Erling Haaland (Man City) £14.3m

The Norwegian will be refreshed for Man City’s trip to Palace on Saturday lunchtime, having been rested against Aston Villa in midweek. Away from home, Haaland has had 25 big chances, at least 12 more than any other player in Fantasy.

Alexander Isak (Newcastle) £7.8m

Newcastle's Swede visits Fulham in his most prolific form of 2023/24. Isak has scored in four successive Gameweeks for the first time this season, earning 37 points thanks to five goals and an assist.

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