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FPL Draft Rankings for Gameweek 32

Welcome to your last rankings section before things get really, really confident. While others stress over their free hit strategies, us Fantrax managers can welcome in a single gameweek with a smug grin.

Gameweek 32 signals the last “normal” gameweek before things start to get really messy as next week it’s us that has to worry about the doubles and all that jazz.

So for now, sit back, relax and enjoy these rankings. Oh, and get yourself into those playoff positions, quick.

It’s getting serious.

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GameWeek 32 FPL Draft Rankings


1EdersonFulham (away)
2Wayne HennesseyHuddersfield (home)
3David De GeaWatford (home)
4Kepa ArizzabalagaCardiff City (away)
5Bernd LenoNewcastle (home)
6Mat RyanSouthampton (home)
7Tom HeatonWolves (home)
8Rui PatricioBurnley (away)
9Lukasz FabianskiEverton (home)
10Alisson BeckerTottenham (home)

It’s lazy to always have the goalkeeper facing Huddersfield at the top of the rankings. Therefore, it’s Fulham’s turn. Closely followed by Huddersfield, of course.

I’m anticipating a quiet afternoon for Ederson at Craven Cottage. Wayne Hennessey should have more to do at Selhurst Park but should be confident of a clean sheet.

David De Gea could benefit from Watford’s squad rotation for Manchester United while Kepa Arizzabalaga should have a nice combination of saves and a good chance of a clean sheet. They come into the rankings at 4th and 5th. Rui Patricio is a nice differential pick this week.


1Marcos AlonsoCardiff City (away)
2Sead KolasinacNewcastle (home)
3Ricardo PereiraBournemouth (home)
4Kyle WalkerFulham (away)
5Matt DohertyBurnley (away)
6Ashley YoungWatford (home)
7Jeffrey SchluppHuddersfield (home)
8Cesar AzpilicuetaCardiff City (away)
9Antonio RudigerCardiff City (away)
10Shane DuffySouthampton (home)
11Andrew RobertsonTottenham (home)
12Ben ChilwellBournemouth (home)
13Michael KeaneWest Ham (away)
14James TarwkowskiWolves (home)
15Aymerick LaporteFulham (away)
16Patrick Van AanholtHuddersfield (home)
17Luke ShawWatford (home)
18Victor LindelofWatford (home)
19Lewis DunkSouthampton (home)
20Lucas DigneWest Ham (away)

Lucas Digne’s fitness worries sees Marcos Alonso top these rankings. Alonso’s height should see him get the nod to face Cardiff’s aerial threat at left back while an attacking return certainly isn’t out of the question. Overdue, some may say. Digne’s slight chance of making it for the weekend sees him come in at an unfamiliar 20th in the rankings.

Sead Kolasinac will be confident of adding to his seven assists this season when Newcastle visit. He comes into the rankings at 2nd with the next four spaces being taken up by attacking full backs.

Jeffrey Schlupp could easily be the surprise top scorer in the defensive rankings this week. Playing in midfield against a porous Huddersfield defense and in a hot run of form; he ticks all the boxes as well as having a Fantrax ownership of 51%. If he’s available in your league, go and get him!


1Kevin De BruyneFulham (away)
2Paul PogbaWatford (home)
3Bernardo SilvaFulham (away)
4James MaddisonBournemouth (home)
5Andros TownsendHuddersfield (home)
6Felipe AndersonEverton (home)
7Gylfi SigurdssonWest Ham (away)
8Ryan FraserLeicester (away)
9David SilvaFulham (away)
10Luka MilivojevicHuddersfield (home)
11Christian EriksenLiverpool (away)
12Youri TielemansBournemouth (home)
13Anthony KnockaertSouthampton (home)
14Nathan RedmondBrighton (away)
15Joao MoutinhoBurnley (away)
16Manuel LanziniEverton (home)
17Mesut OzilNewcastle (home)
18Diogo JotaBurnley (away)
19Harvey BarnesBournemouth (home)
20Ross BarkleyCardiff City (away)

Kevin De Bruyne has found himself at the top of these rankings on numerous occasions but is yet to really justify it. A trip to Fulham gives him the ideal chance this week. Paul Pogba will, no doubt, carry the charge of injury hit Manchester United this weekend.

If Wilfried Zaha is indeed out injured, Andros Townsend will have a similar job for Crystal Palace this week. A great scorer in Fantrax anyway, the visit of Huddersfield is a welcome one for Townsend owners.

Looking for differentials? Well, Youri Tielemans has impressed since arriving into the league in January and has a good chance to add to his attacking returns against a less than watertight Bournemouth defense. Anthony Knockaert will also dominate set pieces for Brighton in the absence of Pascal Gross.

Meanwhile, Mesut Ozil should be much, much higher in these rankings. I just don’t trust his relationship with Unai Emery.


1Eden HazardCardiff City (away)
2Sergio AgueroFulham (away)
3Raheem SterlingFulham (away)
4Pierre Emerick AubameyangNewcastle (home)
5Mo SalahTottenham (home)
6Sadio ManeTottenham (home)
7Gonzalo HiguainCardiff City (away)
8Michy BatshuayiHuddersfield (home)
9Marcus RashfordWatford (home)
10Jamie VardyBournemouth (home)
11Alexandre LacazetteNewcastle (home)
12PedroCardiff City (away)
13Harry KaneLiverpool (away)
14Raul JimenezBurnley (away)
15Callum WilsonLeicester (away)
16Heung Min SonLiverpool (away)
17Josh KingLeicester (away)
18Salomon RondonArsenal (away)
19Roberto FirminoTottenham (home)
20WillianCardiff City (away)

The forward rankings have been hit hard by fitness concerns following the international break. The majority of Manchester United’s front line seems to be out of action. Marcus Rashford would be a lot higher were it not for his own fitness woes.

Wilfried Zaha’s withdrawal from Ivory Coast’s squad last week sees him miss out altogether on these rankings. He would have entered these rankings in 4th.

Regardless, I would hate to be facing Eden Hazard in Fantrax this week. An away fixture against Cardiff is exactly the type of game the Belgian really turns up in and I can see a very good week in store for him.

Differential wise, Michy Batshuayi has found his goalscoring appetite again and he should be in the goals again against Huddersfield. In form Salomon Rondon should also fancy his chances against Arsenal’s nervy back line.

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