Scout Selection Best FPL Team For Double Gameweek 27

In this week’s starting XI, Pervis Estupinan is one of six players with two games. Scout Selection Best FPL Team For Double Gameweek 27

Three players from Brighton & Hove Albion were chosen in Fantasy Premier League’s Selection for Double Gameweek 27. Pervis Estupinan (£4.8m) is one of them.

In his last six outings, the left-back has produced three assists, four clean sheets, and 42 points, proving to be a big success on both sides of the field.

He is included in a squad that plays in a 3-4-3 formation, with his teammate Kaoru Mitoma (worth £5.5 million) serving as captain and Ivan Toney (of £7.8 million) as vice-captain.

Scout Selection Best FPL Team For Double Gameweek 27

Gavin Bazunu (SOU) £4.5m

With strong form, Southampton’s goalkeeper will play Brentford and Manchester United. In his last three games, Bazunu has two clean sheets, 18 points, and only one goal allowed.

Kieran Trippier (NEW) £6.0m

In Newcastle United’s match against Wolverhampton Wanderers, the right defender has strong all-around talent. When domestic play resumed, Trippier leads all players in Fantasy with 37 critical passes and 11 huge chance creations.

Ben Mee (BRE) £5.1m

In front of trips to Everton and Southampton, Mee’s impact at both ends of the field is highlighted by three goals and eight clean sheets. His potential for defensive returns is further increased by the fact that both of his Double Gameweek 27 hosts are among the worst three home goal scorers so far this season.

Pervis Estupinan (BHA) £4.8m

The left-back for Brighton has been purchased the most in this Gameweek, bringing in more than 245,000 new owners for his matches against Leeds United and Crystal Palace.

Mohamed Salah (LIV) £12.8m

The Egyptian player for Liverpool scores 11.2 points on average against AFC Bournemouth. Salah visits the Cherries after scoring a season-high 21 points last weekend against Manchester United.

Marcus Rashford (MUN) £7.4m

The Manchester United star might outperform several of the Double Gameweek players with a home match against Southampton. At the start of the season, Rashford has scored 11.2 points on average in home games.

Kaoru Mitoma (BHA) £5.5m

In his first Fantasy campaign, the Japanese player has scored 6.7 points on average per start. With only three blanks in his 11 starts, Mitoma is unquestionably Brighton’s most dependable attacking player under Roberto De Zerbi.

Alexis Mac Allister (BHA) £5.4m

The Argentinian’s future as a significant differential has improved thanks to a new position as a No 10. Mac Allister, who is owned by fewer than 5% of Fantasy managers, scored 14 points last weekend against West Ham United, giving him four double-digit scores for the year.

Erling Haaland (MCI) £12.2m

Earlier this season, the Norwegian player for Manchester City scored 17 points against his opponents, Crystal Palace. Haaland leads the league with a total of 19 huge opportunities and 36 box shots away from home.

Harry Kane (TOT) £11.7m

In Gameweek 4 against Nottingham Forest, the forward scored twice for Tottenham Hotspur to earn 10 points. This season, Kane has nine goals and three helpers while blanking in only three of his 13 home games.

Ivan Toney (BRE) £7.8m

The potential of the Brentford forward’s armband is increase by meetings with Everton and Southampton. When playing away from home, Toney has average six points per game, almost exactly matching Haaland’s 6.1.

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