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Scout Selection: Best FPL team for Gameweek 33

By The Scout 10 Apr 2024

Goals in five successive home matches earn Newcastle's Alexander Isak a place in 3-4-3 formation

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A home match against Tottenham Hotspur hands Alexander Isak (£7.9m) the chance to extend his prolific run of home form in Gameweek 33 of Fantasy Premier League.

The Newcastle United forward has scored in each of his last five appearances at St James’ Park, earning 44 points thanks to six goals and an assist.

Isak is picked in a 3-4-3 formation, with Mohamed Salah (£13.4m) handed the armband and Erling Haaland (£14.3m) named as vice-captain.

FPL GW33 Scout Selection
Mark Flekken (Brentford) £4.6m

Brentford’s No 1 faces a Sheffield United side who have scored a league-low 13 goals in away matches this season. Flekken produced his season-high total of 11 points in his last home outing, combining a clean sheet with two save points and maximum bonus.

Gabriel (Arsenal) £5.4m

The Brazilian takes on Aston Villa on the back of six clean sheets in Arsenal's last eight matches. Since Gameweek 21, Gabriel's set-piece totals of two goals and 16 shots each place him among the top two players in Fantasy, while his 14 headed shots are five more than any other player. 

Lewis Dunk (Brighton) £5.2m

Brighton & Hove Albion’s centre-back can profit at both ends of the pitch at Burnley. Dunk has amassed 38 points in the Seagulls’ last seven outings, combining a goal and an assist with three clean sheets. 

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Malo Gusto (Chelsea) £4.3m

Chelsea’s full-back faces an Everton side who have scored only three goals in their last seven matches on the road. Gusto’s 29 key passes and seven big chances created both rank fourth among team-mates this season, highlighting his potential for assists.

Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) £13.4m

The Egyptian’s ability to produce huge hauls looks set to pose major problems for Liverpool's visitors Crystal Palace this weekend. Salah has registered eight double-figure returns in 2023/24 Fantasy, including 13 points against the Eagles in Gameweek 16.

Luis Diaz (Liverpool) £7.6m

Liverpool's Colombian has stepped up his consistency recently, blanking only twice in his last 10 league appearances. Diaz’s five goals and four assists in that period underline his all-round attacking potential.

Kai Havertz (Arsenal) £7.3m

The German has emerged as a huge influence on the Arsenal attack, producing all four of his double-figure scores this season in his last seven outings. If you are playing FPL Challenge, however, Havertz may be one to avoid due to his propensity to earn yellow cards – players will be penalised in Gameweek 33 of FPL Challenge as they will lose five points if they are booked. As a midfielder in Fantasy, Havertz earns five points for every goal he scores, so if he scores once and is booked, he loses all the points for his goal. 

Cole Palmer (Chelsea) £6.1m

Chelsea’s summer signing is among the very best armband contenders at home to Everton. Palmer has delivered a double-digit haul in each of his last three matches at Stamford Bridge, producing six goals and an assist on his way to 48 points.

Erling Haaland (Man City) £14.3m

Manchester City’s Norwegian plays a Luton Town side who have conceded a league-high 38 goals in away matches in 2023/24. Haaland’s total of 16 big chances in home matches is at least twice the total of any team-mate.

Ivan Toney (Brentford) £8.1m

Brentford’s forward can exploit a Sheff Utd side who have conceded 16 goals in their last five contests. Toney’s 14 shots and 11 shots in the box over the last four Gameweeks both place among the top three forwards in Fantasy.

Alexander Isak (Newcastle) £7.9m

Isak can take advantage of a Spurs side who have conceded 12 goals in their last six away matches, managing just a single clean sheet in that spell.

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