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FPL bonus points: Fantasy Premier League gameweek 19 BPS in full

By Tony Mogan

Published: 8:31, 24 January 2021

The first Fantasy Premier League double gameweek of the season has come and gone with a host of key FPL assets delivering twice over recent days. 

Aston Villa beat Newcastle 2-0 at Villa Park to round off an action-packed gameweek as John Stones top-scored with 27 points across two games for Manchester City.

Keep up to date with who earned your bonus points across a busy eight days of top flight action.

Wolves 2-3 West Brom

West Brom picked up their first league win under Sam Allardyce, coming from behind at half-time with Matheus Pereira scoring twice from the penalty spot.

FPL bonus points

  • (3) Matheus Pereira
  • (2) Willy Boly
  • (1) Fabio Silva, Callum Robinson

Fancy West Brom to stay up? Sky Bet are offering 11/4 on Sam Allardyce to keep them in the league

Leeds 0-1 Brighton

Neal Maupay’s first-half goal was enough to sink Leeds who have now lost three on the bounce.

FPL bonus points

  • (3) Neal Maupay
  • (2) Lewis Dunk
  • (1) Robert Sanchez, Joel Veltman

Leeds to finish in the top half? They’re 11/4 for a top 10 finish in their first season back.

West Ham 1-0 Burnley

Michail Antonio scored the only goal of a tight contest in east London.

FPL bonus points

  • (3) Michail Antonio
  • (2) Aaron Cresswell, Pablo Fornals
  • (1) n/a

West Ham to finish top six? Sky Bet are offering 11/2 on David Moyes to lead the Hammers on a European tour. 

Fulham 0-1 Chelsea

The hosts had their moments, but after being reduced to 10 men in the first half with Antonee Robinson shown a straight red, Fulham eventually fell to a Mason Mount winner.

FPL bonus points

  • (3) Mason Mount
  • (2) Antonio Rudiger
  • (1) Thiago Silva

The Blues have lost five of their last eight league games and now face a potential banana skin FA Cup tie against Luton. Get 5/4 on both teams to score here.

Leicester 2-0 Southampton

Leicester move into second place in the Premier League with James Maddison and Harvey Barnes on target at the King Power Stadium.

FPL bonus points

  • (3) Youri Tielemans
  • (2) James Justin
  • (1) James Maddison, Harvey Barnes, Jonny Evans, Kasper Schmeichel

Will the Foxes do it again? Leicester are still a significant 20/1 to win the league. 

Sheffied United 1-3 Tottenham

Serge Aurier, Harry Kane and Tanguy Ndombele grabbed the goals as Spurs got back to winning ways against bottom side Sheffield United. David McGoldrick gave the visitors a brief scare in the second half but the Blades stay 11 points from safety.

FPL bonus points

  • (3) Harry Kane
  • (2) Tanguy Ndombele
  • (1) John Fleck

Spurs are now unbeaten in seven ahead of a tricky trip to Wycombe. Jose Mourinho’s side are 7/1 to win the FA Cup

Liverpool 0-0 Manchester United

An anti-climactic affair at Anfield saw Liverpool and Manchester United play out a stalemate. Thiago, Bruno Fernandes and Paul Pogba went closest as the home side extended their winless run in the league to four games.

FPL bonus points

  • (3) Alisson
  • (2) Luke Shaw
  • (1) Harry Maguire

This is good as it’s got for Manchester United in the Premier League since Sir Alex Ferguson. The Red Devils are still an enticing 6/1 to win a first league title since Ferguson departed in 2013.

Manchester City 4-0 Crystal Palace

Two goals from John Stones either side of Ilkay Gundogan’s stunning curler put City in charge before a sweet free-kick from Raheem Sterling crowned a fine win for the hosts.

FPL bonus points

  • (3) John Stones
  • (2) Ruben Dias
  • (1) Kevin De Bruyne

Manchester City are purring. Get EVENS on Pep Guardiola’s men scoring the most goals of any team this season. 

Arsenal 3-0 Newcastle

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang rediscovered his scoring boots as he bagged a brace in a comfortable victory over Newcastle at Emirates Stadium. Bukayo Saka added gloss to the scoreline as the Gunners moved into the top half with victory.

FPL bonus points

  • (3) Cedric Soares
  • (2) Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
  • (1) Bukayo Saka

Arsenal have won five of their last six after a reversal in fortunes under Mikel Arteta. They’re a massive 16/1 to haul themselves into the Champions League places by May (they’re only seven points back!). 

West Ham 2-1 West Brom

Michail Antonio scored the winner to seal his third three-point bonus haul in the space of five days. Matheus Pereira had earlier cancelled out Jarrod Bowen’s opener.

FPL bonus points

  • (3) Michail Antonio
  • (2) Matheus Pereira
  • (1) Vladimir Coufal

West Ham have kept four clean sheets in five, winning on four of those occasions. Take a punt on West Ham to beat Crystal Palace to nil in their next Premier match (3/1 Sky Bet).

Leicester 2-0 Chelsea

Goals for Wilfried Ndidi and James Maddison in the first half sealed the victory as the Foxes climbed to the top of the Premier League table, simultaneously piling the pressure onto beleaguered Blues boss Frank Lampard.

FPL bonus points

  • (3) Wilfred Ndidi
  • (2) Kasper Schmeichel
  • (1) Jonny Evans, Wesley Fofana

Frank Lampard is facing the sack, according to reports. He’s 4/5 to leave next in the Premier League sack race.

Manchester City 2-0 Aston Villa

City needed a controversial opener late in the game to finally break down a dogged Villa defence. Bernardo Silva scored the opener before Ilkay Gundogan dispatched a late penalty.

FPL bonus points

  • (3) Rodrigo
  • (2) Ilkay Gundogan
  • (1) Ruben Dias, Bernardo Silva, Joao Cancelo

Get EVENS on Pep Guardiola’s men scoring the most goals of any team this season. 

Fulham 1-2 Manchester United

Manchester United fought back from behind as Edinson Cavani and Paul Pogba sealed the win which returned Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men to the top of the Premier League.

FPL bonus points

  • (3) Paul Pogba
  • (2) Andre-Frank Anguissa
  • (1) Edinson Cavani

The Red Devils are still 6/1 to win a first league title since Ferguson departed in 2013.

Liverpool 0-1 Burnley

Liverpool’s 68-game unbeaten run in the Premier League at Anfield was brought to a halt as Ashley Barnes struck a late winner from the sport. Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino were brought off the bench in the second half.

FPL bonus points

  • (3) Nick Pope
  • (2) Ashley Barnes
  • (1) James Tarkowski

Liverpool are out to 9/4 to score the most goals of anyone this season. They currently have  a league-high 37 goals to Manchester United’s 36 and Leicester’s 35. 

Aston Villa 2-0 Newcastle

Goals from Ollie Watkins and Bertrand Traore wrapped up a comfortable win for Villa as they moved level on points with Chelsea despite playing two fewer than the Blues.

FPL bonus points

  • (3) Matt Targett
  • (2) Ezri Konsa
  • (1) Matty Cash

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