Clean Sheet Probabilities – Gameweek 34 #FPL

Well, folks, the big week has arrived. The chance to take over the dead teams who have been getting lucky! A DGW where people have been deciding to Bench Boost/TC/Free Hit. We’ve done an analysis based off of teams which are likely to get on clean sheet and which are likely to get at least 2. Some teams this week are more likely to get a clean sheet in one fixture than some sides are in 2, namely Bournemouth, which shows that sometimes too much importance is placed upon the double game week.


Bailly, De Gea and Valencia are all the most likely nailed on for United. Owners of these will be expecting a minimum of 8 points with an expected clean sheet against  West Brom. Bournemouth are the second fixture for United this week so maximum clean sheet points is not impossible. United are 81.17% to get at least 1 clean sheet, a massive probability, which unfortunately due to rotation leaves only premium options only.

Azpi is most likely nailed on for Chelsea, with Moses and Alonso slight rotation risks, but the fixtures are Saturday and Thursday which means rotation may not be that likely.

Burnley have a number of options which look tasty, Tarkowski is nailed on and with Mee’s yellow flag he is likely to play both fixtures. Pope is a rotation risk, but could still be the first choice.


Manchester City defenders are best to avoid considering their recent performance and they come up against Harry Kane who can score goals despite not touching the ball.

Bournemouth are more leaky than Liverpool’s team information prior to kick-off with the Cherries conceding left right and centre. It is advised to ignore them due to their incapability to defend amongst many other things, but with a DGW you could expect at least 2 points from their defenders. Over the two fixtures that is.

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