Scout's FPL Gameweek 22 must-sees

Scout is tipping five players for big wins in Gameweek 22 Fantasy Premier League Before Mars 18:00 GMT deadline.

Kyle Walker (Man City) £5.4m

A run of four home matches over the next five gameweeks gives Manchester City the chance to bring about returns at both ends of the pitch.

Pep Guardiola's side entertain Burnley and Everton before meeting Chelsea and Brentford at home in their double Gameweek 25.

Walker approaches this term as Man City's highest-scoring defender in Fantasy, with two assists to go along with five clean sheets.

Notably, he has provided more goals and assists compared to the previous campaign. Walker's 11 shots and 16 key passes are already more than double his tally of five and six from 2022/23.

James Maddison (Spurs) £7.8m

The Tottenham Hotspur playmaker returned to action on Friday with an appearance off the bench against Manchester City in the FA Cup.

Maddison is now set to make his first trip since Gameweek 11 when Spurs host Brentford on Wednesday evening.

He was one of the most consistent players in fantasy before the injury, with three goals and six assists in his first 10 outings under Ange Postecoglou.

That included two assists and a nine-point win against Brentford back in Gameweek 1.

Alfie Doughty (Luton) £4.5m

The Luton Town wing-back gives Brighton & Hove Albion strong all-round ability at home.

Doughty has 38 points in his last six games, tied for second among defensemen Trent Alexander-Arnold (£8.5m).

The Hatters star has scored once and provided five assists in that spell, while also collecting a clean sheet and six bonus points.

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It underlines his many ways to bounce back against a Seagulls side that has failed to score in their last two league meetings.

Mathias Cunha (Wolves) £5.8m

Wolverhampton Wanderers' Brazilian has the home form to cause Manchester United major problems.

Cunha is scoreless once in his last five appearances at Molineux, scoring 32 points on two goals and three assists.

In home matches this season, his 20 shots, 11 shots on target and five big chances created are all leading totals for Wolves.

It underlined Cunha's all-round ability against Man Utd, who conceded twice in four consecutive matches.

The forward further underlined his form by scoring Wolves' second goal in their 2-0 win over West Bromwich Albion in the fourth round of the FA Cup on Sunday afternoon.

Diogo Jota (Liverpool) £7.9m

Liverpool's Portuguese midfielder is leading Chelsea in his most consistent form of the season.

Jota has produced attacking returns in three consecutive gameweeks for the first time in 2023/24 Fantasy.

Thanks to two goals and one assist, AFC has 19 points last time out against Bournemouth.

In his absence, the 27-year-old's influence will grow Mohammed Salah (£13.1m) Jota scored a third win in the Reds' FA Cup fourth-round meeting with Norwich City on Sunday, 5-2.

Chelsea's defensive record on the road gives Jota every chance to maintain his recent momentum.

The Blues have gone without a clean sheet in their last seven away matches, losing at least twice in each of their previous five meetings.

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