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Brentford duo earmarked for FPL managers

Raya and Toney in suggested line-up

22 May 2022

Two Brentford players have been picked out as having potential to assist Fantasy Premier League managers this weekend. The Bees end their season with a home match against Leeds United today, Sunday 22 May. The match will kick-off at 4pm and is live on Sky Sports.

The last day of the Premier League season is also the last day of the Fantasy Premier League season. There are prizes up for grabs and experts are offering advice. The deadline for selecting teams is at 2.30pm and Brentford players are being suggested for those looking for big points.

Every week The Scout, who writes about Fantasy Premier League for the Premier League website, choses his team for the gameweek. His selection this week includes Brentford pair David Raya and Ivan Toney. In a piece here, he outlines why they are in his thoughts.

"The Brentford number one has proved outstanding value in Fantasy in recent home encounters," wrote The Scout. "Raya has conceded two goals in his previous six starts, claiming five clean sheets and 40 points.

"Toney is the second most-bought forward in Gameweek 38, and has been transferred in by 64,000+ managers. The Brentford forward has been a big success in home matches recently, returning 46 points in his last six starts. Toney scored five goals and supplied two assists over that spell, earning nine bonus points and blanking only once.

"The underlying numbers further highlight Toney’s recent goal threat. He has produced 12 shots in the box in his last four matches, joint-second among all players in Fantasy."

The Fantasy Premier League season is coming to a close. You can join in next season and play in classic leagues, with total points deciding the rankings, or take part in head-to-head leagues, where managers duel each Gameweek, earning three points for a win and one for a draw. There is lots more FPL information on the Premier League website here.


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