The Premier League is back in action after the international break and has some juicy fixtures around the corner.
Gameweek 31 was a roller-coaster week despite only a few matches. The highlight of the week was Everton’s domination over Chelsea with the Toffees taking much-needed three points against the Blues, thanks to goals from Richarlison and Gylfi Sigurdsson. Liverpool weathered a stern Fulham test thanks to a late James Milner penalty, leap-frogging Manchester City in the points table with the latter having one match in hand.
Gameweek 31 Review
A dominating game week. Joshua King was the Hero of the week as the Norwegian forward got 13 points for his valiant performance against Newcastle. Sadio Mane also got 13 points while Richarlison ended his week with 8 points thanks to his goal against Chelsea. Felipe Anderson’s assist gave him 5 points while captain Callum Wilson got four points. Alisson, Ryan Fraser, Ricardo Pereira, and Andrew Robertson got two points each while James Tarkowski got one point. Marcos Alonso got no points owing to his yellow card in Chelsea’s loss against Everton.
Gameweek 32 Transfers
Double game week for several teams, therefore transfers are very crucial. Paul Pogba is brought in for Felipe Anderson. The Manchester United midfielder has two games this week and therefore has a chance to go big while scoring points.
James Tarkowski is moved out and young English defender Aaron-Wan Bissaka is brought back into the fold.
Gameweek 32 Line-up
This gameweek will see 15 matches to be played across five days
The formation is 4-3-3. Sergio Aguero starts as the striker and is also made captain as the Argentine has two games this week. The in-form striker is supported by the Bournemouth duo of Callum Wilson and Joshua King. In midfield, Paul Pogba and Sadio Mane are assisted by Richarlison. The Everton man plays West Ham United away from home. Andrew Robertson starts in defense, with Matt Doherty, Marcos Alonso, and Ricardo Pereira giving him support. Lukasz Fabianski starts in goal. Alisson Becker, Ryan Fraser, Nathan Redmond, and Aaron-Wan Bissaka occupy the bench.
It’s double game week for a few teams. Manchester United face Watford before heading over to Wolverhampton on Wednesday. For Manchester City, a Craven Cottage visit to face Fulham beckons before they face Cardiff in the comfort of the Etihad. Chelsea face Cardiff City away from home before Brighton arrives at the Bridge to test their mettle. Arsenal face Newcastle at the Emirates. All eyes will be on the Liverpool Spurs tie in Anfield with the latter having to face Crystal Palace at their newly-built stadium after the Anfield visit.