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20 May

GW38 Top Three Captaincy Picks

By Fantasy Football Fix ()

Kevin De Bruyne (AVL)

De Bruyne has been in fine form of late with four goals in as many gameweeks and the Belgium international is ranked fifth for shots (12) and sixth for shots on target (SoT) (five) amongst midfielders. As the Stats Sandbox image below shows, only Eriksen (16) has created more chances than his 15 while he is top for 'big chances' created (five). Man. City have scored 21 goals over the last four gameweeks, more than any other side. The league leaders are also top for 'big chances' (24) and SoT (36). Villa have conceded five goals over the last four keeping two clean sheets. The Midlands side are ranked 12th for shots conceded (71) and 13th for SoT conceded (24). Our Fix Algorithm currently projects a point score of 7.0 for De Bruyne.

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Heung-Min Son (nor)

Son will be looking to add to his tally of four goals in the last four gameweeks as he looks to clinch the Golden Boot. Only Sterling (six) has been afforded more 'big chances' than the South Korean international (four) over the aforementioned period while only Zaha (10) has landed more SoT than his seven. As the below image from our Transfer Analytics shows, he is the most popular transfer in this gameweek and he has been creating lots of chances too, with only Eriksen (16) creating more than his 15. Spurs have scored eight goals over the last four gameweeks and are ranked third for 'big chances' (12), only Brighton (14) and Man. City (24) have created more. Their hosts Norwich have conceded more goals than any other side (13) over the last four gameweeks and are also bottom for 'big chances' conceded (14). Our Fix Algorithm currently projects a point score of 6.9 for Son.

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Jamie Vardy (SOU)

Vardy has been on fire since his return to the Leicester lineup, no player has scored more goals (four) than the Foxes' striker over the last two gameweeks. Only Richarlison and Kane (12 each) have taken more shots in the box (SiB) than his 11 while he is top for both 'big chances' (four) and SoT (six). He is rated at 95% to start as per the image below from our Predicted Lineups feature. Leicester have scored 11 goals in the last four gameweeks, only Man. City (21) have been more prolific. They are ranked third for 'big chances' (12) and fifth for SoT (28). Their visitors Southampton have conceded nine goals over the same period keeping no clean sheets. The Saints are ranked seventh for SoT conceded (20) and ninth for 'big chances' conceded (seven). Our Fix Algorithm currently projects a point score of 6.2 for Vardy.

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