April
02

The Watchlist Updated – Gameweek 33

Filed under: The Watchlist - Posted by: Paul

Our refresh of the Watchlist rankings, offering player recommendations over the next four to six Gameweeks, is rolled out once again this afternoon. Rankings for keepers and defenders are now based on the final six Gameweeks of the season, with Fantasy managers perhaps a little less inclined to change their options at the back. Further up the field, our selections lean more towards the short-term, with individual form also more of an influence:

The Defence

Chelsea duo Petr Cech and John Terry hold steady at the top of the keeper and defender standings, with City’s Joe Hart and Pablo Zabaleta also in the top three of their respective classifications. Manuel Pellegrini’s team have two doubles in the remaining six Gameweeks – five home games (SOU, SUN, WBA, AVL, WHM) and a trip to Palace could easily continue the form that has harvested five clean sheets in six, and, whilst visits to Liverpool and Everton are problematic, they are both part of double Gameweeks (34 and 37), thus lessening their potential downside.

Sunderland duo Vito Mannone and Marcos Alonso remain high in this week’s shake-up due to their upcoming pair of doubles. The fixtures do look tough for Gus Poyet’s side, however, with trips to Spurs and Chelsea on either side of a double Gameweek 34 which pits the Black Cats against Everton and City before the schedule smiles a little kinder in the final three rounds. Mannone’s save points boost his appeal, whilst Alonso is elevated as a result of his role on the left of midfield after Gus Poyet switched to 3-5-2 in the last two games. The Spaniard is preferred to fellow defender Phil Bardsley as the latter is just one yellow away from a two-match suspension.

Arsenal’s Wojciech Szczesny and Per Mertesacker both climb. Granted, the trip to Everton will deter most from investing but following that one, the Gunners have three excellent home fixtures (WHM, NEW, WBA) supplemented by trips to Hull and Norwich to see out their season and add to their current tally of 13 clean sheets.

Spurs pair Hugo Lloris and Younes Kaboul are elevated as a result of the remaining six fixtures. Granted, Tim Sherwood’s side have hardly shown much form of late but with Sunderland, Fulham and Villa all yet to visit the Lane, in addition to trips to West Brom, Stoke and West Ham, the north London side may yet produce the points over the run-in. Jan Vertonghen would normally be our first-choice option but we’ve omitted the Belgian after he was forced off with an ankle injury early on during Sunday’s loss at Liverpool.

Having kept out Chelsea last weekend, Palace pair Julian Speroni and Joel Ward remain in our shake-up ahead of a schedule which sees them face Cardiff and West Ham in the next three, with a double Gameweek 34 against Villa and Everton also sandwiched in between.

With games against Fulham, Palace, Southampton and Swansea preceding a double Gameweek 37, Villa’s Brad Guzan and Ron Vlaar offer budget-friendly options at the back. Cardiff duo David Marshall and Steven Caulker have Palace, Stoke and Sunderland in their next three – the latter notched his fifth goal of the season last weekend and remains a real menace in the opposition box regardless of opponent.

Midfield

Eden Hazard and Yaya Toure stay first and second respectively, though with two pairs of doubles still to follow, the Ivorian is set to overtake Chelsea’s 14-goal wide man in the next week or so. David Silva tucks in just behind the pair. The Spaniard’s opener at the Emirates last weekend took his tally to two goals and a pair of assists in the last four – whilst Hazard and Toure are owned by 40% or more Fantasy Premier League (FPL) managers, Silva’s 8% ownership highlights his differential appeal.

Tottenham’s Christian Eriksen takes a major step up the rankings. The Dane’s 18-point return against Southampton in Gameweek 31 summed up his capabilities and he looks to have cemented his starting role for the run-in – coming in at just 6.5, and sitting in 3% of FPL sides, that above-mentioned schedule affords him plenty of chances to plunder the points.

Adam Johnson also comes in at 6.5 but, as we’ve seen over Sunderland’s last two matches, he’s by no means a certainty to start. Johnson’s goal and assist off the bench in those fixtures surely bode well for his role in next Monday’s trip to Tottenham and with two doubles still to follow, Gus Poyet can ill-afford to further neglect a player who has scored or assisted 10 of his side’s 14 goals from January 1 onwards.

With three sets of double figures in his last four, Cardiff’s 4.6-priced Jordan Mutch more than merits our attentions as a red-hot budget option. The Bluebirds have scored three goals in all but one of their last four league fixtures and Mutch squares up to Palace, Stoke, Sunderland and Newcastle’s defences in the next five.

Villa’s Fabian Delph and Fulham wide man Ashkan Dejagah are another couple of options in the sub-5.0 bracket. Delph has a goal, two assists and five bonus points in the last four, whilst Dejagah has struck three times in the last six for Felix Magath’s basement-dwellers. With Norwich, Hull and Palace all yet to travel to Craven Cottage, the schedule smiles kindly on the Iran international.

Forwards

Up front, Luis Suarez’ relentless form ensures he retains his spot at the summit, though Liverpool team-mate Daniel Sturridge drops down to third. The latter has now notched just twice in the last five, and with the Reds set to play City and Chelsea in the next four, many owners who currently hold both may be looking to part company with Sturridge.

City’s Edin Dzeko shifts into second spot. With Sergio Aguero admitting only yesterday he is determined to be cautious with his latest comeback for fear of blowing his chances in this summer’s World Cup, the big Bosnian looks set to retain his starting  for the time being. We’ll reassess the landscape when Aguero finally finds his way out the Etihad treatment room, but for now, Dzeko, at just 6.9 and with three goals and an assist in his last three appearances, has started delivering consistently in the lone forward role.

Romelu Lukaku returned a blank at Fulham last weekend, but with three goals and an assist in his last five, the Everton forward is still ticking over nicely since returning from injury. Whilst Roberto Martinez rotates the three attacking midfield positions, the Belgian looks an assured starter up top ahead of the Toffees’ double Gameweek 34 against Palace and Sunderland.

Four goals in three appearances since Robin van Persie picked up a knee injury sums up Wayne Rooney’s current form. The upcoming blank Gameweek 34 curtails his immediate appeal but the United frontman still remains firmly in the picture – a home game against Norwich precedes a pair of Old Trafford matches in Gameweek 37 against Sunderland and Hull which will bring Rooney into many a manager’s squad before the season is over.

Further down, Christian Benteke heads a queue of mid-price options with form and fixtures on their sides. The Villa frontman has notched three times in four and faces Fulham, Palace and Swansea prior to a double in Gameweek 37, whilst Tottenham’s Emmanuel Adebayor is back in training ahead of his side’s favourable final six fixtures. Having missed the last two through injury, he’s plummeted in price from 8.6 to 7.7 and is now owned by less than 5% of FPL managers but is expected back in time of Monday evening’s home encounter with struggling Sunderland.

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  1. My current team:

    Ruddy (Davis)
    Zab // Cahill // Coleman // Ward // Collins
    Yaya // Hazard // Nolan // Lallana // Bacuna
    Sturridge // Suarez // Lukaku

    Which looks my best option ???
    Option A) GW 33 Nolan > Mutch then GW 34 Sturridge > Aguero
    Option B) GW 33 Nolan + Ruddy > Mutch + Hart then GW 35 Sturridge > Rooney

    • 6 months, 21 days ago
    1. at the minute option B because that will get you more points in the short term, too much insecurities of Aguero's fitness to factor him in to future plans at this stage.

      • 6 months, 21 days ago
  2. After last night, Messi now has a streak of 5 blanks against Atletico. That's right, 0 goals and 0 assists in his last 5 matches against Atletico Madrid. Do you think he will end that run at Madrid? Where's Pepin, by the way? :P

    • 6 months, 21 days ago
  3. Hazard, Gerrard, Yaya, Silva

    Would you lose any of them for Eriksen this week? (My front 3 is Sturridge, Suarez, Dzeko)

    • 6 months, 21 days ago
    1. thinking bout gerrard to eriksen myself

      • 6 months, 21 days ago
      1. That's the only move I might make but looking at Gerrard's recent scores, I'm thinking is it really worth it?

        Yeah he only really scores points off pens and set pieces, but Liverpool do get a lot of those. It's a tough one.

        • 6 months, 21 days ago
    2. I wouldn't. Keep that option ready if Gerrard gets banned. Spurs haven't scored many at home, 19 all season, had until recently been better away. It seems to be wise to see how it goes this week and miss the 0.1m rise.

      • 6 months, 21 days ago
      1. Only thing swaying me to do it is I have 2FTs this week. If I don't make a move, I'll lose one for I think the first time in the history of placing this game. Suppose playing for most points, over rides utilising all transfers. Cheers.

        • 6 months, 21 days ago
        1. maybe look to free up funds somewhere with 2FT to get best possible DGW squad for next week

          • 6 months, 21 days ago
          1. Yeah, maybe you could downgrade a keeper, Mannone can cover pretty much ever week

            • 6 months, 21 days ago
  4. Hi Guys, bit of a transfer dilemma here. Trying to catch my league leader, 70 points behind. Could I ask you share you wisdom by selecting your preferred option amongst the following:

    A) GWK33: Sterling > Eriksen

    B) GWK34 Sturridge & Sterling > Aguero & 4.4m midfielder (Dorrans, Ki, Ireland, Delph)

    C) GWK34 Rooney & Sterling > Aguero & 5.9m midfielder (Barkley)

    I'm prepared to lose Sturridge to create a differential, only Aguero fits the bill. Sterling had a good game last time out and will likely play against West Ham, although Eriksen seems a good choice from now to the end of the season.

    • 6 months, 21 days ago
    1. A) Aguero not confirmed fit and even if he is, his minutes are going to be limited. Make sure you have 3 city for the DGW, just maybe not Aguero and plan to get him in after.

      I'm looking at having forward line of Aguero, Rooney, Suarez by GW36.

      • 6 months, 21 days ago
      1. I want SAR myself, although if I get Eriksen then it's Terry who will have to make way for Ward and at a cost of -4 if it's for GWK34

        • 6 months, 21 days ago
    2. C and get Rooney again later IMO. Allows you to wait a week on Aguero for a week and see if he's fit.

      • 6 months, 21 days ago
      1. It's probably sound to not bench a 11m+ player yeah. Everton away for Rooney gwk35 doesn't look too appealing. Liverpool have Norwich away, Sturridge could plunder alongside Suarez. Right.

        • 6 months, 21 days ago
  5. what is better

    a) Demichelis, Eriksen, Yaya and Dzeko/Kun

    b) Demichelis, Yaya, Silva and Lukaku/Tekkers

    c) Chester, Yaya, Silva and Aguero

    • 6 months, 21 days ago
      • 6 months, 21 days ago
    1. Definately A I think. I just can't buy into Lukaku no matter how many goals he scores.

      • 6 months, 21 days ago
      1. I have Lukaku now, but he will become Rooney, it's then a choice between a City attacker or Tekkers

        • 6 months, 21 days ago
    2. btn a n b
      im also thinking the same. a w dzeko. b w luk

      • 6 months, 21 days ago
      • 6 months, 21 days ago
  6. Mannone, Adrian
    Coleman, Azpilicueta, Bardsley, Collins, Chester
    Hazard, Yaya, Silva, Gerrard, Delph
    Suarez, Sturridge, Lukaku

    2FT, 0.0 in bank

    Gerrard -> Mutch to create funds for DGW?

    • 6 months, 21 days ago
    1. I would probably get Ward for Collins instead

      • 6 months, 21 days ago
    2. Gerrard > Eriksen & Collins > Demichles/Zabaleta......next week though. Unless you want to punt on Eriksen this week. I'm in the same dilemma.

      • 6 months, 21 days ago
  7. Please draw for the cup. Starting to be impatient. I need to plan and do my transfers

    • 6 months, 21 days ago
    1. please take your time

      • 6 months, 21 days ago
    2. KoL
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member

      Starting :lol:

      • 6 months, 21 days ago
  8. Does anybody still use the Totel Fantasy football site that was promoted on here last season. Im having a few problems with getting paid out and wanted to get anybody elses thoughts.

    • 6 months, 21 days ago
    1. Damn I play on that site too. Problems paid out. Fak those crooks

      • 6 months, 21 days ago
      1. Im not saying they are crooks yet but they are messing about saying that Ive got to use Skrill to take the money out which Ive never heard of and they charge a fee to withdraw money.

        • 6 months, 21 days ago
  9. Mannone
    Cahill - Azpi - Coleman
    Yaya - Hazard - Silva - Lallana
    Suarez - Sturridge - Lukaku

    Should i buy Demichelis or save it ?

    • 6 months, 21 days ago
    1. Southampton, though I don't think will score, are a good team. I would save your transfer

      • 6 months, 21 days ago
      • 6 months, 21 days ago
    2. save
      don`t bother he will rise tonight

      • 6 months, 21 days ago
  10. Anyone, dare i say, mayb considering doing sturridge > Dzeko for the dgw 34?

    obviously once sold stu, tough to get him bak as one is to pay up a good .8-1.5 more from price of sale

    • 6 months, 21 days ago
    1. I'd consider that too

      • 6 months, 21 days ago
    2. I'm thinking of selling to get Aguero, although I doubt I'd consider selling for anyone else. This is also only because I have Rooney now and would consider benching in GWK34

      • 6 months, 21 days ago
    3. I like the idea.

      Think it makes every sense to keep that 3rd City slot open until next GW.

      • 6 months, 21 days ago
        • 6 months, 21 days ago
  11. How's this for a transfer plan pre-DGW?

    GW33: AJ > Eriksen

    GW34: Hazard, Sterling & Sturridge > Silva, Barkley & Aguero (-4)

    • 6 months, 21 days ago
    1. I think I'd just keep AJ mate. Surely he has to start now and has the double.

      • 6 months, 21 days ago
      1. Fixtures are horrible though. I think Eriksen will outscore him tbh.

        • 6 months, 21 days ago
      2. agree, keep AJ man, save your transfer and weigh up again next week

        • 6 months, 21 days ago
        1. I have 2 FT's this week :(

          • 6 months, 21 days ago
          1. Rest of the team mate?

            • 6 months, 21 days ago
            1. Mannone
              Baines Ivanovic Olsson
              Hazard Yaya AJ Sterling
              Suarez Sturridge Lukaku

              Adrian Noone Pieters Shaw

              2 FT, 0.3 itb

              • 6 months, 21 days ago
              1. Pieters and Shaw > Demi and Ward

                • 6 months, 21 days ago
                1. .1 short

                  • 6 months, 21 days ago
                  1. Dann is secure at 4m

                    • 6 months, 21 days ago
        2. Looks like he has to use a FT or lose it though.

          • 6 months, 21 days ago
          1. Create some money transfer required then

            • 6 months, 21 days ago
  12. 2FT. Nolan to:

    A. Eriksen
    B. Mutch

    Option B leaves funds to get Aguero but since I have 2FT's I can get him in somehow without a hit anyway. What would you do?

    • 6 months, 21 days ago
      • 6 months, 21 days ago
      • 6 months, 21 days ago
  13. Good afternoon lads.

    Am I good to save? Who to play from Olsson and Sterling?

    Mannone
    Cahill, Azpi, Baines, MOlsson
    Haz, Silva, Mata
    Suarez (C), Sturridge, Lukaku

    Subs: Sterling, Davis, Yoshida
    1 FT, 0.0 bank.

    • 6 months, 21 days ago
    1. I'd play Olsson although I think Sterling will start

      • 6 months, 21 days ago
  14. AJ --> Eriksen

    Or keep AJ for DGW

    • 6 months, 21 days ago
    1. Keep. He's played a part in Sunderland's last 2 goals, you'd expect a return to the starting XI in a 4-5-1 at the weekend

      • 6 months, 21 days ago
      1. Tough to keep a player who isn't starting! I agree he has shower strong form when coming off the bench but just not liking the fast isn't is currently not in the starting 11

        • 6 months, 21 days ago
    2. No idea tbh. If only AJ was nailed then it was a no brainer to keep him.

      • 6 months, 21 days ago
  15. Just had my both best & worst GWs of the season in these last couple of weeks. Strange.

    Scored 42 Points thanks to Captain Luis & David Silva.
    Benched 26 Points though with Ward & Flanny sharing 12 a piece.

    Howdy FFS? :)

    • 6 months, 21 days ago
    1. I'd say it's Adiós FFS.

      • 6 months, 21 days ago
  16. Hello gentlemen!

    What do with my 2 FTs?

    Mannone Adrian

    Baines Coleman Ivan Ward Chester

    Yaya Hazard Nolan Sterling Ki

    Suarez Lukaku Sturridge

    • 6 months, 21 days ago
    1. bank?

      • 6 months, 21 days ago
        • 6 months, 21 days ago
        1. 1. Nolan---->Eriksen

          • 6 months, 21 days ago
          1. Looking like the best option

            • 6 months, 21 days ago
    2. Nolan --> Eriksen

      • 6 months, 21 days ago
      1. Thinking this

        • 6 months, 21 days ago
      • 6 months, 21 days ago
      1. Make that Mirallas. Nasri is out of your bracket

        • 6 months, 21 days ago
        1. I have 3 Everton

          • 6 months, 21 days ago
      2. Unaffordable unless I use both..

        • 6 months, 21 days ago
  17. Gerrard > Silva for this GW?

    Can delay it to next GW, but is it worth it to overlook Silva at home to SOTON?

    • 6 months, 21 days ago
    1. For Free?
      Sure.

      For a hit?
      Nope I think.

      • 6 months, 21 days ago
  18. Play Lukaku (ARS) or Mutch (CPL)?

    • 6 months, 21 days ago
    1. Lukaku.

      The game is very important and Everton will be focussed on scoring goals.

      • 6 months, 21 days ago
      • 6 months, 21 days ago
    2. Thought so. Cheers. :)

      • 6 months, 21 days ago
  19. Anything worth a hit - Used my free for Mata > Yaya [2.1 ITB]

    Mannone

    Azpi Cahill Chester

    Toure Silva Hazard Sterling

    Suarez Sturridge Lukaku

    Davies Ward Pieters Davis

    • 6 months, 21 days ago
    1. save
      I`d play Ward over Chester.

      • 6 months, 21 days ago
  20. Any ideas??

    Mannone

    Azpi Baines Baker
    Gerrard Hazard Yaya AJ
    Lukaku Suarez(C) Sturridge

    Boruc Chester Stones Parker

    • 6 months, 21 days ago
    1. Bank 0.4m

      • 6 months, 21 days ago
      1. Stone > Ward. Jags will start as soon as fit enough

        • 6 months, 21 days ago
  21. People are getting too hung up on AJ's next DGW IMO

    tot, EVE, mci, che

    hardly the most appetising fixtures

    I think I'm selling then re-assesing in GW36

    CAR, mnu, WBA, SWA

    much more appetising

    • 6 months, 21 days ago
    1. Isn't selling a player to only buy him back after couple of GWs waste of transfers in this crucial period of business end of the season?

      • 6 months, 21 days ago
      1. I said re-asses, not buy back

        • 6 months, 21 days ago
        1. Selling a DGW player just doesn't feel right to me.

          • 6 months, 21 days ago
    2. Sunderland's fixture are horrific. Don't know why Mannone and Alonso are so high in the watchlist. And don't tell me it's because of the double....they couldn't even beat West Ham

      • 6 months, 21 days ago
  22. GW 33 - Transfer -->> AJ --> Eriksen

    AJ - Tot, EVE, City, Che

    Eriksen - CAR, Man utd, wba, SWA

    • 6 months, 21 days ago
    1. Correction -->

      Eriken -> SUN, wba, FUL, stoke

      • 6 months, 21 days ago
      • 6 months, 21 days ago
      • 6 months, 21 days ago
      • 6 months, 21 days ago
    1. commitmentLAD

      • 6 months, 21 days ago
  23. McGregar :arrow: Harper for free & start him over Mannone this GW?

    0.4m could come in handy.

    • 6 months, 21 days ago
    1. Saving a free transfer would come a lot more in handy than 0.4m.

      • 6 months, 21 days ago
      1. I know what you mean but Harper chance of CS is more than that of Mannone this GW right?

        I'd play him in GW 36 too.

        • 6 months, 21 days ago
      2. Unfortunately, you can only save up to 2 FT's.

        • 6 months, 21 days ago
    2. Speroni in for McGregor for me. Playing Speroni on GW's 33, 34, 34 and 38.

      • 6 months, 21 days ago
      1. Already have Ward. Reckon to double up?

        • 6 months, 21 days ago
        1. Sure, why not. Double GW coming, decent fixtures afterwards. This is the time of the season to take calculated risks. Playing 'safe' is boring. :)

          • 6 months, 21 days ago
          1. My Overall Rank is 705. Np chance of winning FPL so my aim should be to finish in Top 1000. Must play "safe". ;)

            • 6 months, 21 days ago
      2. Second 34 = 35.

        • 6 months, 21 days ago
  24. I'm at 2 FTs at the moment. Does this make sense?
    Gerrard -> Henderson this week

    Coleman/Baines downgrade
    and
    Carroll -> Aguero next week.

    Mannone - Marshall
    Coleman - Bardsley - Demel - Baines - Chester
    Silva - Gerrard - Noone - AJ - Yaya
    Carroll - Sturridge - Suarez

    • 6 months, 21 days ago
    1. Everton are having a DGW too so I'm not sure if it's worth it to force Aguero in....

      • 6 months, 21 days ago
    2. keep everton duo for next two GWs

      • 6 months, 21 days ago
      1. Damn, maybe I'll just go one more week without transfers. This is giving me a headache.

        • 6 months, 21 days ago
        1. You can never have more than 1 saved transfer

          • 6 months, 21 days ago
          1. Yeah, I know. That's why I want to do something now but I can't think of anything to do worth doing. Gerrard downgrade makes little sense if I'm not aiming for Aguero.

            • 6 months, 21 days ago
  25. Sterling to Snodgrass this week? Norwich will be busting a gut to win these next 2 right?

    • 6 months, 21 days ago
    1. Makes sense, but then again you'll want to sell in 35. Too short term at this stage of the season for my liking...

      • 6 months, 21 days ago
    2. Pay 0.6m more & get Eriksen IMO.

      You don't want Snoddy after next 2.

      • 6 months, 21 days ago
      1. Leaves me enough to do Rooney to Aguero in GWK34

        Mannone
        Baines Zabaleta Terry
        Yaya Hazard Mutch Sterling
        Suarez Rooney Sturridge

        Lallana Bardsley Chambers 1ft 0.9 in the bank

        • 6 months, 21 days ago
      2. I can afford Eriksen for Sterling 1ft but means Aguero would have to come in at a future -4 at the expense of Terry

        • 6 months, 21 days ago
  26. Mignolet (Springthorpe)

    Coleman Davies Bassong (Fabio, Rafael)

    Yaya Gerrard Mata (Sidwell)

    Dzeko Sturridge Rooney

    I have 2 free transfers this week. What's best 2 this week?

    • 6 months, 21 days ago
  27. new article

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Goalkeepers

Last updated: 20 Oct, 2014 1:16pm
Player Club Factors
No Change Forster SOT A, Vs
Up Adrián WHM B, Vs
Up Howard EVE B, Vs
No Change Szczesny ARS C, Vs
Up Lloris TOT B, Vs
Up Guzan AVL B
No Change Mignolet LIV C, Vs
Down Schmeichel LEI B, Vs, £
Down Heaton BRN C, £
No Change Begovic STO B

Defenders

Last updated: 20 Oct, 2014 1:17pm
Player Club Factors
No Change Baines EVE A, Vs
No Change Bertrand SOT A, Vs
No Change Ivanovic CHE B, VsX
Up Chambers ARS C, Vs, £
Up Kaboul TOT B, Vs
Down Tomkins WHM B, Vs, Inj
Up Schlupp LEI B, Vs, Rest, OoP, £
Up Robertson HUL B, VsX
No Change Lovren LIV C, Vs
Up Kompany MCI B
Up Dawson WBA B
Down Shawcross STO B
Down Taylor SWA B, VsX, £
Down Trippier BRN B

Midfielders

Last updated: 20 Oct, 2014 1:19pm
Player Club Factors
No Change Sterling LIV A, Vs
No Change Tadic SOT A, Vs
No Change Di María MUN A, VsX
Up Sánchez ARS A, Vs, Rest
Down Sigurdsson SWA B, VsX
No Change Fábregas CHE A, VsX
Up Chadli TOT B, Inj
Up Downing WHM B, Vs, £
Up Mane SOT B, Vs
Up Hazard CHE B, VsX
Up Henderson LIV B, Vs
Down Silva MCI B
No Change Puncheon CPL B
No Change Milner MCI B, Rest, £
No Change Moses STO B, Vs, Inj, £

Forwards

Last updated: 20 Oct, 2014 1:20pm
Player Club Factors
Up Aguero MCI A, Vs
Up Pellè SOT A, Vs
Down Diego Costa CHE A, VsX, Inj
No Change Welbeck ARS A, Vs, Inj
Up Falcao MUN B, VsX
Up Sakho WHM A, Vs, £
Up Berahino WBA A, £
Down Ulloa LEI B, Vs, £
Up Naismith EVE B, Vs, £
No Change Bony SWA B, VsX
Up Cissé NEW A

Selection Factors

A, B, C Current Form
Vs Favourable Fixtures
VsX Unfavourable Fixtures
Rest Rotation Risk
Inj Injured/Returning from Injury
OoP Out of Position
£ Potential Bargain
Sus Suspended/Near Suspension

The Suspension Tightrope

Player Team YC
Bardsley STO 4
Reid WHM 4
Diego Costa CHE 3
Fábregas CHE 3
Barry EVE 3
Naismith EVE 3
Robertson HUL 3
Moore LEI 3
Moreno LIV 3
Fernandinho MCI 3
Y Touré MCI 3
Dunne QPR 3
Henry QPR 3
Pellè SOT 3
Schneiderlin SOT 3
Mame Biram Diouf STO 3
Cattermole SUN 3
Dorrans WBA 3
Gardner WBA 3

“Last year was quite open for me, I was in good positions, but I was quite lucky because I was getting free kicks and some penalties as well.”

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