FPL Gameweek 33 Captain: Complete Guide to FPL Gameweek 33: As per the latest report, Fantasy Premier League (FPL) managers face tough captaincy decisions for Double Gameweek 33. With the in-form Tottenham Hotspur facing Hove Albion and Brighton, and Leicester City and Manchester United preparing for double-headers, there is no standout contender. But this is the sort of Gameweek that Fantasy Football Scout readers relish, with a fabulous chance to capitalize on how broadly spread the armbands will be. First, we will assess the fallout of the captain poll, prior to then analyzing the best options, the Premier Fantasy Tools, and Rate My Team (RMT) ratings ahead of Saturday’s 11:00 GMT deadline.

FPL Gameweek 33 Captain

The predicament of the Double Gameweek 33 captaincy is reflected in the results of the latest poll.

Son Heung-min (£11.1m) is the man who tops the pile but not by much. 21.61% of voters showed their support for the Spurs midfielder, who is in fine form, having bagged 7 attacking comes back across his last 2 beginnings. Team-mate Harry Kane (£12.6m) is just behind in 2nd place, backed by 16.66%.

James Maddison (£7.0m) obtain 3rd place with 15.53% followed by Man Utd duo Cristiano Ronaldo (£12.2m) and Bruno Fernandes (£11.6m) with 5.6% and 15.7 respectively.

Harry Kane/Son Heung-Min

We begin with a team who are not actually “doubling” in Gameweek 33: Tottenham Hotspur. The Lilywhites are in great form, triumphing 6 in their last 7 Premier League games, scoring at least two times on each occasion. Their overall record under Antonio Conte is also worth observing: since the first match of Italy in charge in Gameweek 11, Spurs have taken the 3rd-most points in the division behind Manchester City and Liverpool.

Key to that form has been the performances of star pair Harry Kane and Son Heung-min. After a slower beginning of 4 goals in his first 11 matches this season, Son is presently in the in-from goal achiever with 6 in his last 3 outings. After his stunning hat-trick against Aston Villa in the Gameweek 32, the South Korean at present on 17 Premier League goals for the season, just 3 behind top-scorer Mohamed Salah (£13.2m).

His seventeen strikes from an xG of just 11.75 are perhaps unsustainable, but Son has been making a travesty of the model for a while now. Most of his recent goals of Son have been assisted by Kane, who is not doing badly himself, with 5 goals and 8 assists in his last 7 matches, whereas his 6.05 XGI in that time is above any other player in FPL. As a consequence, the duo are the leading points scorers in their separate positions since Conte first took charge, with suggests they should be in the captaincy conversation in the spite of that additional fixture for others.