Holly Shand, an expert on fantasy sports, presents to you the top FPL team for Gameweek 22. Holly uses our My Team algorithm and the Fantasy Football Hub. Points prediction tool to find the top team for Gameweek 22. FPL Gameweek 22 Ones To Watch
Be sure to check it later in the week before making any moves because the predicted points – and as a result, our ideal FPL team – can change throughout the week as new information becomes available.
On your My Team screen, check out the best team tab to do this. Check out our Ultimate Guide to FPL Gameweek 22 for all the information you need to make the best choices before the Premier League resumes.
FPL Gameweek 22 Ones To Watch
We select some of the top FPL picks for Gameweek 22 using the fixture ticker and supporting stats from the Fantasy Football Scout members area. We will narrow down some of the best assets for the upcoming round by taking into account team and player form, fixture difficulty, and stats.
Managers can greatly benefit from looking at the FPL’s top picks for Gameweek 22 in their pursuit of victory. Making crucial decisions like captaincy and transfer can be made easier if you know which players to target for the upcoming round.
All players listed are healthy as of writing, and both Leeds and Manchester United have a double Gameweek planned. If those double Gameweeks are cancelled as a result of Cup results, this article will be edited.
In the upcoming round, Manchester United will play two games against Leeds and Crystal Palace. This gives the Reds two chances to keep a clean sheet, so strengthening the defence might be a smart choice.
Despite Manchester United’s worrisome defensive stats over the past six games, David De Gea’s (£4.9m) appeal may increase. The Spaniard must be regarded as one of the top picks for Gameweek 22 because he is a top shot blocker with a lot of potential for both the clean sheet and save points.
Following the World Cup, Kaoru Mitoma really made a splash and has been outstanding. In only seven games, he has four goals and three assists.
He generated 13 chances with an xA of 2.57 and recorded an xG of 3.3. The Japanese star is a threat for both goals and assists.
In Double Gameweek 22, the Seagulls have a fantastic home matchup against Bournemouth. With an xGC of 33.1, the Cherries have given up the most goals (42) this season (fifteenth).
Additionally, under their own new manager Robert De Zerbi, Brighton has been outstanding going forward and has now scored 37 goals (fourth), with an xG of 35.82. (sixth). Remember that they have only participated in 19 games.
Since the restart, Mitoma has started every game and has contributed to three goals and one assist. He is one of the most informed players in the game right now