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Fantasy Premier League tips: Gameweek 32

Jude Summerfield
Doherty and Eriksen are among 90min's FPL picks for GW32
Doherty and Eriksen are among 90min's FPL picks for GW32 / Chris Brunskill/Fantasista / Contributor / Ryan Pierse / Staff | Getty Images

The Premier League provided us with an enthralling weekend of action in its resumption following the international break and Gameweek 32 is just around the corner.

For FPL players worldwide, that means there's no more time to waste. It's the business end of the season with only so many games to pick up points in.

If you've got any chips left, get planning on how you'll use those, but for now here are some of 90min's top picks for your consideration...

1. Matt Doherty (4.9)

Matt Doherty
Doherty is back among the goals / Chris Brunskill/Fantasista/GettyImages

Team: Tottenham
Fixture: Aston Villa (a)

Doherty has been rewinding the clock recently, reminding us all of the talents that made him one of the Premier League's most lethal wing-backs at Wolves.

The Irishman has delivered three double-digit returns in his last six games, most recently scoring and assisting in the 5-1 smashing of Newcastle.

Tottenham are in free-scoring form and face an Aston Villa side who have lost their last three games, so Doherty should provide some returns.

2. Jonny (4.5)

Jonny has been lethal / James Baylis - AMA/GettyImages

Team: Wolves
Fixture: Newcastle (a)

The season is well into its final act and, having waited so long for a starting role with Wolves this term, Jonny is leaving nothing to chance.

The Spaniard has scored twice in his last two outings, having previously recorded two clean sheets in the games previously. That totalled in 28 points in four games.

A trip to Newcastle on Friday night awaits Jonny and Wolves, and the Magpies may be vulnerable after a chastening defeat at Tottenham.

3. Maxwel Cornet (5.9)

Maxwel Cornet
Cornet starred against Everton / Clive Brunskill/GettyImages

Team: Burnley
Fixture: Norwich (a)

Burnley gave themselves fresh hope of avoiding relegation with a 3-2 victory over the hapless Everton, with Cornet scoring the winner having previously grabbed an assist.

The Clarets are in pure survival mode now and a trip to Norwich could provide Sean Dyche with another boosting victory, with Cornet the most dangerous of their assets.

4. Christian Eriksen (5.5)

Christian Eriksen
Eriksen enjoyed his goal at Stamford Bridge / James Williamson - AMA/GettyImages

Team: Brentford
Fixture: West Ham (h)

Eriksen is back and stamping his authority all over this Brentford side, playing a crucial role in the shock 4-1 victory at Chelsea.

Vitaly Janelt was the Bees star who scored twice at Stamford Bridge, but with Eriksen creating chances for Ivan Toney and Bryan Mbeumo with ease, it makes sense to bring him in at a snip of a price.

A goal and an assist in his last two games show the threat he still poses.

5. Reece James (6.2)

Reece James
James is fit again / Catherine Ivill/GettyImages

Team: Chelsea
Fixture: Southampton (a)

Stick with us here. Yes, Chelsea have lost their last two games - conceding seven goals in the process - but the injury-plagued James is finally back and available for Thomas Tuchel.

He made a cameo in the defeat to Brentford and started in the Champions League against Real Madrid.

Southampton await Chelsea at St Mary's but it's the exact type of game James could run riot in.

6. Son Heung-min (10.9)

Heung-Min Son
Son is back in form / Chris Brunskill/Fantasista/GettyImages

Team: Tottenham
Fixture: Aston Villa (a)

Having had a tough few outings, Son is bang in form again having scored three times in the last two games.

The South Korean and Harry Kane have added Dejan Kulusevski to their double act and Son in particular is getting more chances than before, taking seven shots in Tottenham's last two games.

Two goals against West Ham and another vs Newcastle alongside an assist make him one of the most in-form players ahead of Gameweek 32.

7. Wilfried Zaha (6.8)

Wilfried Zaha, Jeffrey Schlupp
Zaha in Palace's 3-0 victory over Arsenal / Sebastian Frej/MB Media/GettyImages

Team: Crystal Palace
Fixture: Leicester (a)

Wilfried Zaha loves a big game and is currently enjoying his best spell of form this season.

The winger bagged a penalty to complete Crystal Palace's 3-0 win over Arsenal and had previously netted three goals against Watford and Wolves.

With Leicester and Newcastle up next, don't bet against Zaha grabbing some attacking returns.

8. Bruno Fernandes (11.6)

Bruno Fernandes
United need Fernandes to perform / Soccrates Images/GettyImages

Team: Manchester United
Fixture: Everton (a)

Sure, Manchester United have been a little all over the place of late, but their next two games are absolute bankers. Surely. Surely.

A trip to Everton, embroiled in relegation worry after a 3-2 defeat to Burnley, should give Ralf Rangnick's all the goals they fancy before an Old Trafford clash with the smiliarly doomed Norwich.

Fernandes can provide the spark United need when they're struggling,

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