Togga Perfect XI | PXI – GW32

After the short game week as well as the international weekend, we are finally back to normal proceedings for this Easter weekend! 10 proper matches to choose from!


We are coming to the business end of the season. As such, we are more keen on getting players from the top few teams who are chasing for a Champions League spot or players from the bottom few teams who are trying to avoid relegation and have something to fight for. The London derby is likely to be tight, so Liverpool and Man Utd will be extra keen to win to put further distance from their chasing pack and Arsenal will be very keen to close the gap on Chelsea as well.

  • Crystal Palace vs Liverpool
  • Brighton vs Leicester
  • Man Utd vs Swansea
  • Newcastle vs Huddersfield
  • Watford vs Bournemouth
  • West Brom vs Burnley
  • West Ham vs Southampton
  • Everton vs Man City
  • Arsenal vs Stoke
  • Chelsea vs Spurs


  1. David de Gea (MUN) – Good chance of a clean sheet at home
  2. Petr Cech (ARS) – A clean sheet and a penalty save from the last game gave Cech his 200th clean sheet of his career. He will be keen to kick on with a seemingly easy home game against the Potters.
  3. Nick Pope (BUR) – An alternative pick. The Baggies will be fighting hard to avoid relegation but does not seem to have enough firepower up front.


  1. James Tarkowski (BUR) – A well deserved England call-up and a game against bottom table Baggies at the Hawthorns, he’s probably worth taking a risk for.
  2. Nacho Monreal (ARS) – Back from injuries, he played in the Europa win over AC Milan and has been chipping in with goals and assists this season.
  3. Antonio Valencia (MUN) – One of the higher scoring Man U defenders if u are planning to take any and are banking on a clean sheet.
  4. Shkodran Mustafi (ARS) – Similarly back from injuries, Mustafi scored from his last outing at the Emirates Stadium.
  5. Kyle Walker (MCI) – Despite an away game, City’s form might prove too much for the Toffees to handle, so both Walker and Otamendi can be considered for a position.




  1. Sadio Mane (LIV) – He has averaged 18 points in his last 4 games, so will be a hard one to miss out for a Liverpool squad chasing Champions League qualification.
  2. Kevin De Bruyne (MCI) – Still the highest scoring fantasy football midfielder by a distance, his name is probably in the mix every week regardless of what opponents they are playing.
  3. Eden Hazard (CHE) –Beyond an absolutely abysmal turnout against Man City, he has been on fire and you will expect Hazard to be motivated in a London derby game.
  4. Henrikh Mkhitaryan (ARS) – He seemed to have rediscovered a bit of his form at the Gunners. They have a relatively winnable game at home against the Potters and could create plenty of chances and goals.
  5. Riyad Mahrez (LEI) – Another one of those that is red-hot at the moment. It’s no surprise that his upturn in form has coincided with the Foxes push up the league table.



  1. Mohamed Salah (LIV) – 63 points in his last game. You would be feeling absolutely miserable if you have not taken him consistently this season.
  2. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (ARS) – 2 goals in the last 2 games for the Gunners, he’s slowly finding his feet in the Premier League. His speed might be too much for the Potters to handle.
  3. Alexis Sanchez (MUN) –  An upset Sanchez nearly missed international duty as he wanted to improve his league form with the Red Devils. He should therefore be fired up at home against the Swans.


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