Dream Team gaffers to target additional FA Cup fixtures in Gameweek 21

Dream Team gaffers to target additional FA Cup fixtures in Gameweek 21

With four matchups remaining in GAMEWEEK 20, there’s still plenty of time for Dream Team managers to plan for Gameweek 21. As usual, gaffers should make sure that their plans take the timeline into account.

Before a full slate of Premier League games in the middle of the week, Gameweek 21 will feature nine pertinent FA Cup fourth-round matches.

While some managers might choose to switch up their starting lineups from one tournament to the next, Dream Team managers should still be able to find a good number of players who will play at least 120 minutes this coming Gameweek.

Jarrod Bowen and Bukayo Saka are two of the well-liked players without two games in GW21.

FA Cup Fourth Round Fixtures for Game Week 21

Nottingham Forest vs. Bristol City
Chelsea versus Aston Villa
Manchester City vs. Tottenham
Luton versus Everton
Brighton versus Sheffield United
Newcastle vs Fulham
Wolves vs. West Brom
Norwich versus Liverpool
Manchester United vs. Newport

FIXTURES FOR PREMIER LEAGUE GAMEWEEK 21

Arsenal vs Nottingham Forest
Everton versus Fulham
Brighton versus Luton
Sheffield United versus Crystal Palace
Newcastle vs Aston Villa
Burnley versus Manchester City
Brentford versus Tottenham
Chelsea versus Liverpool
Hammers vs. Bournemouth
Manchester United versus Wolves

Due to a scheduling anomaly, Bournemouth’s FA Cup fourth-round matchup with Swansea takes place within the current Gameweek.

This implies that in Gameweek 21, 14 of the top 20 teams will play double duty.

The following six clubs are the only ones with one available fixture:

Arsenal
Brentford
West Ham
Burnley
Crystal Palace
Bournemouth

The Gunners are obviously the most popular team in the league, with Bukayo Saka (£5.9 million), William Saliba (£3.4 million), and Martin Odegaard (£4.6 million) all ranking in the top ten. Saka is the clear leader of the popularity tree.

Arsenal has been knocked out of the two domestic tournaments.

Jarrod Bowen (£5.6m) and James Ward-Prowse (£3.9m) are also highly-selected players.

It is not necessary for Dream Team managers to immediately part with the stars named above, though.

The Hammers welcome the Cherries to East London, while Mikel Arteta’s team hosts Nottingham Forest in Gameweek 21 after addressing their previous form with a decisive 5-0 victory over the Eagles.

Nevertheless, if coaches want to secure a competitive point total in this upcoming Gameweek, they should make sure their team is adequately represented in the FA Cup fourth round.

When it comes to possible targets, Liverpool’s doubleheader against Chelsea and Norwich makes sense because both matches will take place at Anfield, where the Reds have a great home record this year.

Players from Brighton will be in high demand this week as the Seagulls prepare to meet Luton and Sheffield United.

Players like Joao Pedro (£3.8m), Pascal Gross (£4.2m), and Pervis Estupinan (£3.2m) are anticipated to produce strong returns even when taking into consideration back-to-back days off.

This week’s popular man in Dream Team

With Luton and Fulham coming up in Gameweek 21, Vitaliy Mykolenko (£3.5 million), James Tarkowski (£3 million), and company will fancy their chances of adding to their impressive record of clean sheets.

Naturally, Manchester City’s assets are in the spotlight once more, with Kevin De Bruyne (£6.4m) currently the most sought-after recruit ahead of the current deadline.

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