FPL MD 32 | Cunha back to fitness

The relentless nature of the Premier League continues this weekend with another round of fixtures, which brings the latest FPL deadline.

Last time out…

Rayan Ait-Nouri (£4.7m) | Goals: 2 | Assists: 2 | Next three: WHU (H), NFO (A), ARS (H)

Rayan Ait-Nouri continued his purple patch in front of goal at Turf Moor on Tuesday and is rising in price on FPL. Now costing £4.7m, FPL managers are taking note of his new responsibilities further up the pitch, with Wolves low on attacking options. His equaliser saw him top score for the Old Gold with eight points and it was his third goal in four matches in all competitions – he’s becoming an option few people can ignore.

Jacob Bruun Larsen (£4.8m) | Goals: 4 | Assists: 0 | Next three: EVE (A), BHA (H), SHU (A)

Like Wolves, Burnley’s goal scorer Jacob Bruun Larsen led the way for FPL points in the week. The wide man, who opened the scoring with his fourth Premier League goal of the season, took ten points home, including the maximum bonus points. The Clarets now face three fixtures rated two out of five on the difficulty scale, with relegation rivals Everton and Sheffield United coming up in near future.

Next up…

Matheus Cunha (£5.5m) | Goals: 9 | Assists: 6 | Next three: WHU (H), NFO (A), ARS (H)

Such was his form prior to injury, Matheus Cunha still leads the way for Wolves’ FPL points over the course of the season with 109. The Brazilian missed the previous five matches through injury but made his timely return off the bench at Turf Moor. The attacker got through 14 minutes plus added time and will be hoping for more minutes against the Hammers. Whether he starts of not, Cunha will be returning to FPL sides soon.

Jarrod Bowen (£7.9m) | Goals: 15 | Assists: 5 | Next three: WOL (A), FUL (H), CRY (A)

Jarrod Bowen has enjoyed a fine season at the London Stadium and has taken home 164 FPL points in total. The England international added five to his total in the week with an assist for Kurt Zouma. He’s in 22.1 per cent of teams and costs just under £8m. He’s the fifth most productive player on the game this season, ahead of the likes of Phil Foden, Cole Palmer and Erling Haaland.