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GW32 Dream Team: Aubameyang joins the elite

The Scout 3 Apr 2018
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Arsenal

The Scout reviews the Gameweek's top performers as Arsenal striker earns a first selection to the weekly line-up

Fantasy Premier League interest in Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (£10.8m) continues to build after his weekend brace against Stoke City.

The Arsenal striker repaid the faith of 362,000 new owners with a season-high 13 FPL points.

After earning a Dream Team debut, Aubameyang is second only to Harry Kane (£12.7m) for transfers in since Saturday's deadline.

A graphic of the FPL Gameweek 32 Dream Team
Kasper Schmeichel (LEI) £5.0m; 15pts

A second penalty save of the campaign helped the Leicester City goalkeeper earn a first clean sheet since Gameweek 24 and a season-high 15 points. Schmeichel has now been named in the Dream Team on four occasions this season, more than any goalkeeper.

Ben Chilwell (LEI) £4.4m; 11pts

A Dream Team debutant, the Leicester left-back has supplied an assist in each of the last two Gameweeks. Chilwell is the most bought defender in this Gameweek, claiming over 27,000 new owners.

Arthur Masuaku (WHU) £4.2m; 10pts

The West Ham United wing-back marked a return from suspension with an assist and a clean sheet in the 3-0 win over Southampton.

Florian Lejeune (NEW) £4.3m; 9pts

The French centre-back made four successful tackles and completed 87 per cent of 101 passes for three bonus points in the 1-0 win over Huddersfield Town. Newcastle United have recorded a clean sheet in three successive home matches since Lejeune returned from injury.

DeAndre Yedlin (NEW) £4.4m; 9pts

The right-back was also awarded maximum bonus points from Newcastle's win having produced two key passes and created a big chance. The American earns his second Dream Team call-up.

Marko Arnautovic (WHU) £6.9m; 16pts

The top-scoring player of Gameweek 32, Arnautovic supplied two goals and maximum bonus points in the 3-0 win over Southampton. Since being moved up front in Gameweek 16, among FPL midfielders, the Austrian is second only to Mohamed Salah (£10.7m) for goals and shots on target.

Dele Alli (TOT) £8.9m; 15pts

Two goals in the 3-1 win at Chelsea helped the Tottenham Hotspur midfielder to a third Dream Team call-up. Alli has three goals and two assists in the last three league matches.

Alexis Sanchez (MUN) £11.5m; 14pts

Sanchez scored and assisted in a match as a Manchester United player for the first time, inspiring a 2-0 home win over Swansea City. Sanchez is a powerful differential for the run-in as he is owned by only 2.9 per cent and has seven matches still to play over the final six Gameweeks.

David Silva (MCI) £8.1m; 11pts

Like Alli, the Manchester City midfielder has delivered double-digit scores in each of his last two Gameweeks. Silva’s two assists at Everton secured a fifth Dream Team appearance of the season. No team-mate has recorded more.

Joao Mario (WHU) £6.0m; 10pts

West Ham's January signing scored his first goal in six Gameweek appearances in the victory over Saints. With two bonus points also accrued, the midfielder earns a first Dream Team call-up.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (ARS) £10.8m; 13pts

A brace at home to Stoke City took his tally to five goals and an assist in six Gameweeks. Since arriving in FPL, only Sergio Aguero (£11.7m) can better Aubameyang's points-per-match average of 6.5 among forwards.

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