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FanDuel Focus – Gameweek 38

It’s time for our final FanDuel article of the season as we visit our partner game to consider the various contests on offer and also propose an XI for the last day of the campaign.

There’s only one window to enter teams, with all ten fixtures running simultaneously on Sunday. The deadline is at the 3pm kick-offs.

To add a little last-day spice, we’ve also set up a ‘Beat the Scout’ contest for the window, giving you the chance to take on a combined Mark and Jonty XI for a shot at £50 in cash.

The contest is for FanDuel newcomers and veterans alike. For FanDuel first-timers, simply register and deposit funds and you can have a crack at besting Mark and Jonty’s combined team. Vets, meanwhile, just need to follow the link and sort out their Scout-busting team.

Everyone who surpasses Mark and Jonty’s score will be entered into a draw to win £50 in cash – that’s cash, not credit.

For newcomers to FanDuel, check out our pre-season strategy guide, which provides some hints on which types of players to target.

My Strongest XI

Joel Pereira (£4m)

John Terry (£7.4m)

Adrian Mariappa (£7.8m)

Callum Chambers (£8.5m)

Scott McTominay (£5m)

Luka Milivojevic (£7.8m)

Cesc Fabregas (£11.5m)

Mesut Ozil (£12.6m)

Daniel Sturridge (£10.2m)

Gabriel Jesus (£11.8m)

Harry Kane (£13.4m)

The Key Picks

We couldn’t overlook Manchester United’s third-choice keeper Joel Pereira following Jose Mourinho’s strong hint that the youngster is set to for his debut against Crystal Palace. The young Portuguese’s bargain price-tag alone makes him a tempting pick, but he should also pick up a few saves as he attempts to deny Christian Benteke. Furthermore, a clean sheet can’t be ruled out – United have conceded 12 goals in 18 matches at Old Trafford. Only Spurs have a better defensive record at home (9 goals from 19).

John Terry notched the opener at Watford for Chelsea – reminding us of his goal threat and helping him score an impressive 29.25 FanDuel points with 5 CBIs also registered. We’re expecting the centre-back to turn in a similar performance as the champions host Sunderland in a match set to be his last for the club. He’ll likely be pinpointed at set-pieces to deliver a parting goal and, promisingly, the Black Cats have conceded the most headed attempts (60 in 18) on road trips this term.

The Watford back-line has been hit by a host of injuries as they welcome an in-form Manchester City attack to Vicarage Road. Adrian Mariappa is all but guaranteed to face the onslaught and should be busy picking up defensive FanDuel points on Sunday. The centre-back’s 67 clearances, blocks and interceptions (CBIs) and 18 tackles have produced a healthy 20-point average over his last six outings.

We’ve spent big on our third and final defender. Middlesbrough are in store for a tough afternoon at Liverpool with the home side knowing a win will confirm Champions League football next season. Calum Chambers is our pick from the Boro defence – he’s averaged over 10 CBIs and just under three tackles per match this campaign to accrue a 20.8 FanDuel point average.

Similar to our keeper, our first midfielder mainly makes the line-up as a Jose Mourinho budget buy. We don’t have much to go on for Man United’s Scott McTominay, although he did pick up an encouraging 8.25 FanDuel points in under ten minutes when he made a late cameo against Arsenal in Gameweek 36. At a cut-price 5m, the central midfielder acts as an ideal enabler to fit in big-hitters elsewhere.

Our next selection’s end-to-end role suits the FanDuel scoring matrix. Crystal Palace’s Luka Milivojevic netted a penalty to score 28.75 points in the 4-0 victory over Hull City last time out. The Serb has recorded 28 CBIs and 15 tackles over the last six matches to highlight his combativeness. He’s also drawn nine fouls over that period and spot-kick duties underline his threat going forward. An 18-point average over those six fixtures, and a reasonable price, should make him a worthwhile pick at Old Trafford.

Cesc Fabregas arrived from the bench against Watford to score the goal that ensured another win for Antonio Conte’s outfit. Considering he was rested for most of the encounter, it means the Spaniard looks an assured starter for their closing match with Sunderland and his recent influence promises more returns. The Blues midfielder has now tallied five assists and a pair of goals in his last seven starts, while a 41-point average in his previous six home appearances indicates he’s a sound pick in FanDuel against the basement dwellers.

Although we would have liked to fit in Alexis Sanchez as our Arsenal weapon of choice against Everton, Mesut Ozil’s performance last time out in the win over the Black Cats has convinced us to go for the midfielder. The German created 12 chances in the 2-0 win over David Moyes’ side to provide an assist and a 49.75-point FanDuel haul – enough to exceeded Sanchez’s 41.75 points despite the latter’s brace. Three goals and four assists in ten matches for Ozil demonstrates his improved output over the run-in and his creativity could be key to penetrating a stubborn Toffees rearguard in a must-win match for the Gunners.

It’s sensible to pick a differential or two in a FanDuel line-up and we’ve gone for Daniel Sturridge here. The Liverpool forward flourished and scored as part of a front two positioned ahead of a diamond formation against Southampton. He should have plenty of opportunities to net again – the Reds will throw waves of attacks at visitors Boro and the relegated side have conceded 11 goals in their last three away trips.

Gabriel Jesus continues to indicate he has a bright future under Pep Guardiola. A goal and assist in the 3-1 West Brom victory reflected his combined goal threat and playmaking skills. The Brazilian has notched six goals and served up three assists in seven Man City starts, averaging 35 FanDuel points per match. That makes him difficult to ignore for the trip to Watford – the Hornets have leaked eight goals in three outings.

Romelu Lukaku was leading the race for the Golden Boot, but after Harry Kane’s four-goal display at Leicester City the Spurs frontman has made his move. He’ll be keen to further the gap as Spurs roll up to Hull. The Tigers have only two clean sheets (conceding 28 goals in 18 matches) at the KCOM Stadium this term while the England forward now has 12 goals and four assists in eight starts. Over the last four weeks, Kane’s 24 goal attempts and 14 shots on target suggest his irrepressible form will continue to the season’s final whistle.

This Week’s Contests

The largest pot this weekend is again the Fan Favourite, which has £2500 in prize money and is £5 per entry. The top 120 placed line-ups will collect winnings, with £500 for first spot.

There’s the third round of the Combo Free Play this week, which allows you to try out FanDuel without risking any money. A total of £50 of prizes are available for those who have made their first deposit.

Finally, remember that you can go head-to-head against a line-up picked by Mark and Jonty. There’s another £50 on offer here and the chance to prove your selection skills against the Scouts comes free of charge.

You can register for a free account at FanDuel and enter the tournament via this link.

You must be over 18 years of age, resident in the UK, and of legal capacity to register with FanDuel and open an Account. If you sign up, please always play responsibly.

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  1. Mark-O
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    5 months, 7 days ago

    Who has missed penalties at St Mary's before?

    I know this season there is Arter, Kane, Tadic, Gabbiadini... any more? Perhaps Arnie owners should be worried 😆

  2. Da Funk
    5 months, 7 days ago

    Any suggestions very welcome on how best to make up a 17 point difference in my mini-league. (1 FT - 0.0 bank)

    My team:
    Willy
    Bavies, Alonso, Stephens, Benalouane
    Haz, Sanchez, KDB,
    Costa, Kane, Jesus

    Subs: Holgate, Davies, De Roon, Pickford

    His team:
    Cech
    Vertonghen, Yoshida, Alonso,
    Haz, Sanchez, Alli, King,
    Gabbi, Kane, Jesus

    Subs: Stephens, Capoue, Holgate, Pickford

    Cheers.

    1. Rash
      5 months, 7 days ago

      Haz to cesc upgrade tom davies

      1. Da Funk
        5 months, 7 days ago

        Do you think I can afford the 4 point hit and still make up the difference? Who would you captain? I imagine he'll go Kane or Sanchez.

        1. Rash
          5 months, 7 days ago

          Im just thinking playing 4 at the back aint going to reap much rewards? Id captain costa as he dont own him or someone else he dont own

          1. Da Funk
            5 months, 7 days ago

            Cheers

  3. Earn your Spurs
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    5 months, 7 days ago

    OK, to all of you - what was your biggest mistake this season that you will learn from and do better next year?

    1. Rash
      5 months, 7 days ago

      Doubting Kane (sold gw36)

      1. Dutte
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        5 months, 7 days ago

        What you said.

      2. Fred51
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        5 months, 7 days ago

        So much this.

        Its not that I doubted him I just thought Costa, Alli and Eriksen could cover his points.

    2. Pep says
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      5 months, 7 days ago

      Wasn't patient with Siggy earlier on. Dropped him for Lallana before Palace and he went into score like 35pts in the next 5 games while Lallana blanked. Hit to remove and a hit to get in. Cost me 43 pts all up

    3. Cypress Chill
      5 months, 7 days ago

      Not bringing King in.

    4. Lumberjack
      5 months, 7 days ago

      Resisting King for so long

    5. MANGE TOUT RODNEY
      5 months, 7 days ago

      Didn't follow my gut to captain Lukaku when he scored 4. Instead changed my mind to Alli for some reason (who score 3 to Lukaku's 21). Still annoyed about it!

      Lesson learned, when it comes to captaincy, following your gut feeling is often the best option.

    6. Da Funk
      5 months, 7 days ago

      Not noticing my 2 year old clicking away on my mouse and making a 16 point transfer (I'd left the transfer page open as I was planning ahead and looking at what transfers I would make in the coming weeks) and selling Kane & Alli before they went point crazy v Stoke!

    7. We Will Klopp you
      5 months, 7 days ago

      Selling Kane before Watford and then being stubborn about it and taking hits galore

    8. tm370
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      5 months, 7 days ago

      A lack of money in defence for too long.

      Getting Kane in a little late (Had Walker, Alli and Eriksen occupying the spots)

      Although I'm not sure what to do about Kane next year - playing away from WHL make all Spurs assets less appealing.

      I'll definitely approach the defensive spending differently next year, in view of the rise of the wing backs.

    9. McEwan
      5 months, 7 days ago

      Learnt a lot this season. Think it has been one of the toughest in terms of budget.

      Sold Alonso was one that sticks out as a season long mistake. Felt quite justified when the week I sold him, he returned a 0 or 1. To then getting his 20 odd against Leicester.

      Avoiding Alli all season has not helped, did the same with Ramsey, didn't see them maintaining the level of points for such a length of time

    10. TimothyJS
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      5 months, 7 days ago

      A few concepts that I need to learn from:

      - Need to get better at keeping points chasing out of my decision making process.
      - Saved transfers are hugely valuable.
      - Hits are not a bad thing in and of themselves.
      - Picking a differential captain in a week where there is a standout option is simply a bad play.

      The most important one though would be the ability to adapt to the climate - I completely screwed myself with the cheap 3rd striker conundrum, I didn't have the balls to switch to 3-5-2 where there were budget 5th midfielders who were actually picking up points.

    11. Dutte
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      5 months, 7 days ago

      Not having Kane in 37, not having Heaton most of the season, too slow on King.

  4. GreenShark1
    5 months, 7 days ago

    Score predictions anyone?

    Arsenal v Everton 3-1
    Burnley v West Ham 1-0
    Chelsea v Sunderland 3-0
    Hull v Spurs 1-4
    Leicester v Bournemouth 2-2
    Liverpool v Middlesbrough 2-0
    Man Utd v Crystal Palace 2-1
    Southampton v Stoke 1-0
    Swansea v West Brom 2-1
    Watford v Man City 2-4

    1. tm370
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      5 months, 7 days ago

      Arsenal v Everton 3-1
      Burnley v West Ham 2-1
      Chelsea v Sunderland 4-0
      Hull v Spurs 1-4
      Leicester v Bournemouth 1-2
      Liverpool v Middlesbrough 1-1
      Man Utd v Crystal Palace 1-2
      Southampton v Stoke 1-0
      Swansea v West Brom 2-1
      Watford v Man City 1-3

  5. AFC49
    5 months, 7 days ago

    Any ideas for this team?

    Caballero
    Monreal Yoshida Holding Alonso
    Sanchez Hazard Alli King
    Kane Jesus

    Pickford Gabbi Vertonghen Albrighton

    1FT, 0.1 ITB

    1. Miguel Sanchez
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      5 months, 7 days ago

      Gabbi to Llorente and bench Holding

    2. *sigh*
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      5 months, 7 days ago

      Gabbi to someone

  6. Phil Dagger ⭐
    5 months, 7 days ago

    Mike Dean Before Officiating Swansea vs West Brom. 😆

    “Who’s got the big game? Mike’s got the big game,” Dean can be heard chanting to himself in the shower.

    ‘Oh boy, Michael, Martin and Anthony are going to pretty pissed off that they have missed this one,’ he thinks to himself. ‘Imagine me giving a penalty in the last minute, West Brom scoring and sending Swansea City down. I’d have to scale a fence and run away, like the referee in that old Nick Hancock clip.’

    Dean got dried and dressed in double quick time, pointing at himself in the mirror before giving a brief motivational speech and smiling at the memory of making that ‘Pep talk’ joke to Guardiola. You could tell he was laughing inside.

    Having walked downstairs slowly, touching the ceiling above as he passed like they do at Anfield, Dean entered the kitchen to find his wife already with a mouthful of toast. She was reading the paper.

    “Hey darling,” she exclaimed, crumbs going everywhere and prompting Dean to mime booking her for reckless making of mess. “It’s a shame that there is nothing on your game today, isn’t it?”

    “BE QUIET,” Dean shouted. “Any more dissent and I’ll give you a second yellow. It’s an important day. Swansea could go down.”

    “No Mike, I’m right. It says here that Swansea are on 38 points and Hull City 34. It’s all over.”

    Dean turned from the kitchen, flounced out of the front door and sat in his car, moodily munching on a Frosties cereal bar. Why did she always have to ruin it? Why did she always have to spoil the fun? It’s the last day of the season. It’s Mike Dean day. At least f**king pretend.

    “And it does matter what I do,” Dean said out loud involuntarily. He pulled his thick Laws of the Game book from the glove compartment, and looked up ‘points deductions’ in the index…

    1. I Member
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      5 months, 7 days ago

      😆

    2. Pep says
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      5 months, 7 days ago

      Lol

    3. tm370
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      5 months, 7 days ago

      Lovely stuff

  7. *sigh*
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    5 months, 7 days ago

    205 points in front of nearest ml rival am I safe? We've both used all our chips.

    1. Legend-wait 42 it-dary!
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      5 months, 7 days ago

      Safe as houses. Go hits crazy

    2. Black Panther
      5 months, 7 days ago

      Of course.

    3. I Member
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      5 months, 7 days ago

      nah

    4. Phil Dagger ⭐
      5 months, 7 days ago

      Nah Rival will catch up

    5. barracuda
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      5 months, 7 days ago

      You might struggle 🙂

    6. Tommy J
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      5 months, 7 days ago

      I could do with your rivals, I have 2269 points and am 2nd in my ml 9 points behind and ml leader has tc chip

      1. Old Man
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        5 months, 7 days ago

        Tough league! Good luck.

      2. *sigh*
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        5 months, 7 days ago

        Well done you only 2161 here.100 quids worth of beer money is the important statistic right now though!

        1. Tommy J
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          5 months, 7 days ago

          About £350 in my league!

          1. Tommy J
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            5 months, 7 days ago

            Works out at about 100 pints!

    7. MANGE TOUT RODNEY
      5 months, 7 days ago

      Take 50 hits just to make it interesting

    8. tm370
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      5 months, 7 days ago

      Well... if he captains Kane and Kane scores 48 goals...and you captain Sanchez and he gets sent off twice...who knows.

  8. Karan14 - (Balegium)
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    5 months, 7 days ago

    Thoughts on these moves for (-4)?

    Hazard ➡ Fabregas
    Gabbi ➡ Vardy

    1. Phil Dagger ⭐
      5 months, 7 days ago

      If Haz starts it can all go downhill

    2. Rash
      5 months, 7 days ago

      ive got vardy and not overly confident

    3. tm370
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      5 months, 7 days ago

      I'm actually considering something similar. I wonder if that result has knocked them though. What about Sturridge instead?

      Or Coutinho and Llorente/Vokes?

    4. Pieterke30
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      5 months, 7 days ago

      I would if I could

      Need a -8 to improve third striker spot and bring Fabregas

  9. Lumberjack
    5 months, 7 days ago

    Who would you rather have for the final GW...

    A) King (-4) as part of an AOA
    B) Monreal

    Well ahead in my ML so happy to take a risk...

    1. Batigol
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      5 months, 7 days ago

      B)

      1. Lumberjack
        5 months, 7 days ago

        Definitely the sensible option...thanks

    2. Debauchy
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      5 months, 7 days ago

      A , more fun

      1. Lumberjack
        5 months, 7 days ago

        That's what's tempting me, use the final chip and all that. Will have a coup,e of beers and see if that helps 🙂

        1. Debauchy
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          5 months, 7 days ago

          Yeah enjoy , you're well ahead so no worries

  10. CloudSky
    5 months, 7 days ago

    Brighton complete signing of Bundesliga’s top creator Pascal Gross from Ingolstadt.

  11. Egyptian Giza
    5 months, 7 days ago

    just saw FFSscoutcast now. AZ got so emotional when talking about how stubborn he is. Love the show so much

  12. HFB
    5 months, 7 days ago

    Team this week, 0.4m itb and not sure what to do.....

    Cech (Pickford)
    Holding Yoshi Stephens
    Sanchez Eriksen King Hazard Alli
    Kaku, Jesus

    Subs Benteke Holgate, Gibson

    Chasing in ML by 2pts with third place 50pts behind. Sanchez and Kaku major differentials but they both have Kane. Liverpool and City coverage?

    A Hazard/Kaku to Coutinho/Kane (-4)
    B Eriksen to Coutinho
    C Gibson to LFC defence?

    1. Dutte
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      5 months, 7 days ago

      A easy

  13. I Member
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    5 months, 7 days ago

    Start Vertonghen (hul) or Yoshida (STK)?

    1. OptimusBlack
      5 months, 7 days ago

      Vert

    2. Phil Dagger ⭐
      5 months, 7 days ago

      Vert

    3. MANGE TOUT RODNEY
      5 months, 7 days ago

      This is my dilemma too. Was thinking Yoshi but now going Vert. Can't really see Hull scoring.

  14. Jay Jay Okocha
    5 months, 7 days ago

    Bottomed:

    Gabbi to Llorente or Origi???

    1. Dutte
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      5 months, 7 days ago

      Lllllorente

    2. MANGE TOUT RODNEY
      5 months, 7 days ago

      Llorentinho

  15. Papaoutai
    5 months, 7 days ago

    Do you reckon Ake will play the last game or not ?

  16. alanwa
    5 months, 7 days ago

    Willy (Pickford)
    Azpi Monreal Bavies Stephens (Brunt)
    Ozil Sane Alli (Ward-P) (Matic)
    Jesus(c) Costa Gabbi

    1FT, 0.5m ITB.
    16 points off top 200k, have my triple captain to play, suggestions please.

    A. Alli -> Coutinho
    B. Gabbi -> Origi
    C. Take some sort of hit?

  17. Krisbee
    5 months, 7 days ago

    Start Stephens or Kompany?!

    1. MANGE TOUT RODNEY
      5 months, 7 days ago

      City don't really do clean sheets so prob Stephens?

  18. OptimusBlack
    5 months, 7 days ago

    I want a difference C I am Chasing 1st place with 30 Points 🙁

  19. Weasel51
    5 months, 7 days ago

    Sturridge likely to play or go Vardy instead?

    1. Sconeaus - Germane
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      5 months, 7 days ago

      Sturridge defo starts I'd say as pool fan, I'd be surprised if not!! Extremely

      If firmino back in Origi drops out me thinks

      1. Dutte
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        5 months, 7 days ago

        Deffo, no way Origi will start if Bobby's fit.

  20. EP
    5 months, 7 days ago

    Would you use your final transfer to upgrade either:

    A) Vertonghen -> Alderwiereld
    B) Monreal -> Bellerin

  21. tm370
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    5 months, 7 days ago

    For all those confident Hazard will play -

    Remember how many games he has played recently - this will be his fourth in 13 days, and he hardly looks energised. I'd be amazed if Conte starts him in in a meaningless game, especially after a rare 90 minutes in mid-week. That signified to me a likely rest.

    I expect Willian and Pedro will take the wide roles and Costa will return in the middle. I also don't think it's out of the question that there will be even more rotation than we expect. All those who didn't play on Monday don't necessarily need to come back in - a 2 week 2 day rest before the FA Cup is not absurd by any means. Mourinho has followed a similar logic, with some not playing for a couple of weeks before the Europa final (Valencia, Rashford and Herrera have only started 1 of the last 9 prem games between them). There is a different context, but I'd be really surprised if Chelsea's entire first eleven start the Sunderland game. It will be possible to beat Sunderland with much less.

    I understand the logic of some who don't wish to buy or sell Chelsea players, but if a transfer is necessary, I think losing Hazard before the likes of Sane and Eriksen (I've seen several of these posts) makes sense.

    1. Pieterke30
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      5 months, 7 days ago

      I agree, but still you want to buy Fabregas?

      1. tm370
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        5 months, 7 days ago

        I'm still tempted by Fab, as I feel that he will play, but I could opt for Coutinho and Llorente/Vokes instead of Fabregas and Sturridge. Although I'll probably go with the gut and Fabregas 😀

    2. KISSES
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      5 months, 7 days ago

      Didn't realise he had played that many in short space.

      Im doing Haz to Fab now then.

    3. timmmuh
      5 months, 7 days ago

      Well said

  22. DHWizzo
    5 months, 7 days ago

    Mini-leagues rapped up and currently ranked 15K - would you take a punt on the final day with:

    A) Aili > Coutinho

    B) Haz + JWP > Couthino & Fabs (-4) and play AOA with Gabbiadini

    1. We Will Klopp you
      5 months, 7 days ago

      I think B has more upside, be very afraid if Haz starts though

      1. We Will Klopp you
        5 months, 7 days ago

        Why does B have to be AOA with Gabbi?

        1. DHWizzo
          5 months, 7 days ago

          Doesn't at all - just going for a bigger haul.

          Could scrap the chip and bench Gabbs altogether, playing Alonso/Monreal/Yoshia (benching Gabbs, Gibbs, Trippier)

          1. We Will Klopp you
            5 months, 7 days ago

            Not playing AOA looks better but if you wanna give Gabbi one last shot why not, no downside in your position

      2. DHWizzo
        5 months, 7 days ago

        Yeah, at this stage who cares if you finish 15K or 20K.

        Might as well take a punt and kick on for top 10K with the mini-leagues sorted.

        1. Apollo Sanchez
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          5 months, 7 days ago

          been aiming for top 10k for a while but stagnated around the 30k mark until the past two weeks put me up to 13k, now making one last big push as well

        2. Debauchy
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          5 months, 7 days ago

          This, and B

  23. timmmuh
    5 months, 7 days ago

    FYI - referencing back 1 page; I went back and listened to Puels presser and what he said was "if he is on the pitch" Gabbi will take the next pen . .. we may see Austin ... I am moving out Gabbi for sure

    1. DHWizzo
      5 months, 7 days ago

      To who though? Unless you have the cash there isn't really the motivation.

      Other players in midfield with much higher points potential this week.

      1. timmmuh
        5 months, 7 days ago

        I am going to do a -4 hit for Hazard and Gabbi to Alexis and Vokes. Thought about Couts and Llorente also

  24. Jimjam
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    5 months, 7 days ago

    Caballero, Jakupovic
    Cahill, Davies, Smith, Robertson, Stephens
    Sanchez, Hazard, Alli, King, Carroll
    Kane, Vardy, Jesus

    1FT, 0.3 in bank

    What to do with this lot? Considering Hazard & Alli -> De Bruyne & Coutinho (-4)

  25. Speculativefrom30
    5 months, 7 days ago

    a) Hazard + Costa > Kane + Coutinho
    b) Hazard + Gabi > Kane + Llorente/Origi
    c) Yosh + Gabi > Lovren + Llorente/Origi

    Thoughts?

    1. Speculativefrom30
      5 months, 7 days ago

      Urgh sorry - b) is Countinho + Llorente/Origi

    2. We Will Klopp you
      5 months, 7 days ago

      A) for me, would be scared to go without Kane

  26. GoonerByron
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    5 months, 7 days ago

    Feels wrong to bench Yoshida.. Thoughts on the below team?

    Caballero
    Alonso - Monreal - Davies
    Sanchez - Ozil - Hazard - Sane
    Costa - Jesus - Vokes

    Pickford - Yoshida - JWP - Holgate

    0FT, 1.2 ITB

    1. Speculativefrom30
      5 months, 7 days ago

      Would play Yosh over Davies

      1. GoonerByron
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        5 months, 7 days ago

        He's scored 5 or more in 9 of last 12 games though..

  27. Deulofail - Reussia
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    5 months, 7 days ago

    Me: 1FT / 0.1 ITB:

    Cech (Pickford)
    Alonso Monreal Cahill (Stephens Yoshi)
    KDB Sane Alli Eriksen Albrighton
    Kane Jesus (Anichebe)

    Leader: 1FT / 0.3 ITB. + 62pts (hopefully less at the end of the GW):

    *Cech (DDG)
    *Yoshi *Monreal Walker (Holgate Amat)
    *Alli Zaha Pedro Sanchez (Capoue)
    *Kane *Jesus Gabbi

    A) Alli > Coutinho
    B) Monreal > ?
    C) Alonso/Cahill > ?

    Okayyy it's a long shot, but what can I try? One of these? Two of these? More?

  28. We Will Klopp you
    5 months, 7 days ago

    Who to bring in for Alli? Gw38, chasing a 24 point deficit.

    A) Zaha
    B) Fabregas
    C) King
    D) Son
    E) Firmino
    F) Keep Alli

    Rest of my front-line is Eriksen, Sane, Coutinho, Sanchez, Kane and Jesus

  29. Lumberjack
    5 months, 7 days ago

    Best two from this three for this weekend

    A - Alli
    B - Hazard
    C - Cout

    Already have A and B, Cout would be a FT from one of the others, probably Haz

    Ta

  30. Brakos2k
    5 months, 7 days ago

    Best defender for this gameweek? Price not an option.

    1. UnitedFan
      5 months, 7 days ago

      Alonso

    2. Dutte
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      5 months, 7 days ago

      Matip an option, due a goal.