Toney can continue the home run

Toney can continue the home run

Ivan Toney, Brentford

A Leeds United visit gives Ivan Toney (£6.8m) chance to finish 2021/22 FAntasy Premier League in the style.

the Brentford the striker has enjoyed great success in home matches recently, returning 46 points in his last six starts.

Toney has scored five goals and provided two assists in that span, earning nine bonus points and shutting out just once.

The underlying numbers further underline Toney’s recent goal threat.

He’s produced 12 shots in the box in his last four games, tied for second among all Fantasy players.

Toney earns a spot in a best XI that lines up in a 4-4-2 formation, with Manchester CityKevin De Bruyne (£12.1m) handed over the armband and Son Heung-min (£11.2m) from Tottenham Hotspur named vice-captain.

David Raya (BRE) £4.3m

the Brentford The No.1 has proven his exceptional value in Fantasy in recent home encounters. Raya has conceded two goals in his previous six starts, claiming five clean sheets and 40 points.

Andrew Robertson (LIV) £7.3million

Liverpool’The left-back has 66 points and just one clean sheet in his last eight home games. One goal, three assists, seven clean sheets and seven bonuses in those encounters underscore Robertson’s many comeback paths against Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Reece James (CHE) £6.4m

the chelsea the wing-back’s potential at both ends of the pitch could offer a huge armbar return at home in Watford. The Hornets have conceded five goals in two of their last five games.

Oleksandr Zinchenko (MCI) £5.3m

Manchester Citythe full-back boasts solid home form ahead of a visit to Aston Villa. Zinchenko has amassed 16 points in his last two outings at the Etihad Stadium, combining two assists with a clean sheet and two bonuses.

Ryan Sessegnon (TOT) £4.3m

the Tottenham Hotspur the winger has been performing well lately, with just one white in his last seven appearances. Sessegnon visit the city of norwich on the back of three assists and four clean sheets in that spell.

Kevin De Bruyne (MCI) £12.1m

Playmaker De Bruyne’s influence could prove decisive as Man City seek to clinch the title with a home win against Villa. He’s been much more reliable for home bigs this season, with five of his seven double-digit returns in that direction.

Son Heung-min (TOT) £11.2m

The Golden Boot contender is Gameweek 38’s most purchased player, earning over 152,000 new owners. Son has scored 10 of his 21 goals this season in his last nine appearances, collecting 96 points.

Luis Diaz (LIV) £8.1m

The Colombian from Liverpool has achieved double-digit runs in two of his last three at Anfield. Diaz has produced 13 shots and 10 shots into the box in his four previous outings, both ranking among the Reds’ top two performers.

Mount Mason (CHE) £7.7m

The Chelsea midfielder produced 12 points in his previous meeting with Watford during Gameweek 14. Having been rested against Leicester City midweek, Mount will be fully refreshed to face the relegated Hornets.

Jamie Vardy (LEI) £10.3m

Vardy has scored twice and collected 13 points in two of his last three appearances for Leicester. To house in SouthamptonVardy’s potential for another massive loot makes him one of the most attractive captains for Gameweek 38.

Ivan Toney (BRE) £6.8m

Toney is the second most bought striker of Gameweek 38 and has been transferred by more than 64,000 managers before Sunday deadline at 2:30 p.m. BST.

Also in this series

Part 1: GW38 Kings to watch: Zinchenko a versatile influence
Part 2: GW38 differentials: Welbeck in his best form of the season
Part 4: Captains GW38: Salah doubts leaving the race wide open

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