Find out who the Scout is backing to thrive in Gameweek 33 of Fantasy Premier League when City host Luton.

Pep Guardiola’s side welcome the Hatters to the Etihad Stadium on Saturday 13 April, with kick-off scheduled for 15:00 (UK).

It represents the third time we will have met Rob Edwards’ side this term following our trips to Kenilworth Road in the Premier League and FA Cup this season.

In December’s reverse league fixture, we came from a goal down to record a hard fought 2-1 victory thanks to Bernardo Silva and Jack Grealish’s second-half goals.

Then, in our cup encounter in February, we earned an emphatic 6-2 success in Bedfordshire where Erling Haaland scored a phenomenal five goals before Mateo Kovacic extended our lead.

With only seven Premier League fixtures remaining, it’s crucial FPL manager maximise their points return by the season’s end.

Read our latest Scout Report below before Saturday 13 April’s 11:00 (UK) deadline.


Everyone knows what a difference-maker Rodri (£5.5m) is for City and the midfielder is a must-have for the visit of Luton Town in Gameweek 33.

Rodri’s 16 home starts are unsurpassed by any midfielder this season and he has quietly amassed 31 points across his last five matches.

Crucially, his home form is excellent. The Spaniard has produced five double-digit returns in his last 10 matches at the Etihad Stadium - only Cole Palmer (£6.1m) has returned more – and he will fancy his chances of returning against a Luton side who have conceded more goals on their travels than any side with 38.


Carlton Morris (£5.0m) is the opponents’ obvious threat.

He scored a late winner against Bournemouth last time out and since Gameweek 19 Ollie Watkins (£8.8m) is the only forward to have produced more points. 


Elsewhere, Nottingham Forest’s Chris Wood (£4.9m) and Bournemouth’s Justin Kluivert (£4.6m) are low-owned assets with good fixtures in Gameweek 33.

Since Gameweek 29 no forward has scored more than Wood’s four goals or returned more than his 31 points.
Kluivert has registered back-to-back returns and in that time, he has had five attempts on goal, more than any other Bournemouth player.