In Gameweek 31 of the Fantasy Premier League, the Scout predicts five players to score big.
£6.2 million Chris Wood (BUR)
The Burnley striker returns to Newcastle United after a season-high haul in Fantasy Football.
In the previous Gameweek, Wood scored a goal and added an assist against Southampton for a total of ten points.
His Fantasy output continued to improve as a result of this.
In his last three games, the Kiwi has scored 27 points, including goals against Arsenal and Everton.
The underlying numbers demonstrate why Wood has recently been such a big hit.
Over those three games, he had a total of 10 shots and seven shots inside the box, both more than any other teammate.
Four of Burnley’s five big chances have fallen to him, and he has eight of the team’s 15 shots on target.
Kane’s precision is matched.
When compared to other Fantasy players, those numbers appear to be impressive.
Wood is tied for first with Harry Kane (£11.7m) with eight shots on target in the last four Gameweeks.
When compared to previous appearances, the Burnley striker has significantly improved his goal threat.
From Gameweek 27 onwards, he has produced a shot every 27.4 minutes, nearly twice as fast as his previous average of 52.8 minutes.
Wood’s box shots have increased from 1.3 to 2.4 per appearance, while his on-target shots have increased from 1.0 to 2.7.
a favorable situation
Newcastle, on the other hand, comes to Turf Moor with a poor defensive record.
They’ve given up eight goals in their last four away matches, including three to Manchester United and three to Brighton & Hove Albion.
On Sunday, Wood can take advantage of the Magpies’ flaws and extend his scoring streak.
Remember that the Gameweek 31 deadline is on Friday, April 9th at 18:30 BST.