The form and fixtures make it very easy to select our Armbandits Captain Tips for Fantasy Premier League gameweek 32.
Having scored 4 goals in his last 5 Premier League matches, Sergio Aguero is once more and FPL must-have, in spite of his inflated price-tag of £12.7m. This is even more true in gameweek 32 as Man City host the worst travelling defence in the Premier League: Hull City. Hull have conceded 35 goals in their 15 Premier League matches away from home, that is an average of 2.33 goals per game. Don't be surprised if an attacking team like City score 3 or 4. We are sticking our necks out a predicting a double-figure points score from Aguero.
With transfer rumours abounding, Romelu Lukaku has been quiet on the FPL front for the past 2 games, but it is worth noting that both of them were away from home. Everton return to Goodison Park in gameweek 32 where Lukaku has score a massive 8 goals in only his last 4 home games - that is an average of 2 goals per game, from just one player! We're tipping the big Belgian to return to goal-scoring form as Everton host Leicester.
Tottenham also have a home tie in gameweek 32 and on current form Dele Alli is irresistible. The young midfielder has scored 4 and provided 3 assists in his previous 5 Premier League games always scoring at least 6 FPL points and even returning double-figure totals on 2 occassions. We are predicting more of the same as Spurs host Watford this weekend.
There is a lot going on behind closed doors at the Emirates with contract negotiations involving both star players and the manager, but despite that we are continuing to tip an arguably out of form Alexis Sanchez. He may not have scored or assist in the previous 2 matches, but don't forget he has been involved in 28 of Arsenal's goals this season in the Premier League alone - that is nearly half! We are tipping a good performance as the Gunners visit Crystal Palace.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has only played one league game since suspension, but he is straight back amongst our Armbandits Captain Tips. His late penalty against Everton in midweek was his sixteenth league goal of the season and he is likely to make an impact as Man United take a trip to bottom of the table Sunderland this weekend.