Gameweek 19 Ones To Watch
Revelling in a new free role in attack, Zaha can produce the points to force his way into FPL squads. A goal and two assists in his last three starts highlights his potential as part of the Crystal Palace revival under manager Roy Hodgson.
Zahais currently playing as part of a front two, and is the key figure of the Eagles attack. Over the last four matches, he sits second in the Palace ranks for both shots (10) and chances created (seven).
In 2016/17, Zaha’s tally of seven goals and 11 assists was a strong FPL contribution.
But statistics show he can now progress further. He fired a shot every 61.7 minutes last season, a figure that has improved to every 35.6 minutes in 2017/18. Back-to-back victories mean Palace travel to Swansea City for Gameweek 19 full of confidence,
Swansea are bottom of the league and parted company with head coach Paul Clement on Wednesday.
They have faced 46 shots on target at home. Only Watford, with 49, have allowed more which would point to it being a happy hunting ground.
The Spaniard’s return in the West Ham United goal is perfectly timed for FPL managers. The Hammers have favourable fixtures and two matches in Gameweek 22, so can be a source of real value over the festive period.
David Moyes’s side have also found some form, particularly in defence as they have shut out opponents in their last three matches, Adrian will also provide value for money as one of the cheaper keepers on offer.
He will bid for his fourth clean sheet from just five starts when he hosts Newcastle United in Gameweek 19. The Magpies have struggled for a cutting edge all season and have scored only three goals from their last four matches.
They have also created fewer big chances (two) than any other side. Saturday’s contest is just the start of an extended promising run for Adrian culminating with two matches in Gameweek 22.