Frisking the Fixtures

  1. After casting an eye on those teams with strong upcoming schedules, we now assess those with punishing fixtures over the next four to six Gameweeks. West Ham and Liverpool are set for testing times, whilst promoted pair Leicester and Burnley also have little reason for optimism.

  2. We turn our attentions to the upcoming schedule this afternoon and cast an eye over those teams set for a kind run of fixtures. Arsenal have the platform to push on from their display at the Etihad, whilst Man United and the Sunderland are amongst those with high expectations over the next four to six Gameweeks.

  3. Having analysed those sides with the strongest upcoming schedules over the next four to six Gameweeks, we now check out those with tougher fixtures to follow. Aston Villa and Leicester brace themselves for some hard times ahead, whilst Man City and Liverpool are also set for a testing run of matches.

  4. We turn our attentions to the next four to six Gameweeks and assess those sides with strong upcoming schedules on the horizon. There’s reason for optimism at the Britannia, whilst Alan Pardew and Tony Pulis will be hoping to maintain their successful starts to life in the Palace and West Brom hot-seats respectively. STOKE The […]

  5. Having assessed those teams with strong upcoming schedules over the next four-to-six Gameweeks, we now turn our attentions to those with less friendly runs of fixtures. Big Sam’s side may struggle to retain their lofty position, whilst Swansea and Newcastle also have some tough looking matches on the horizon.

  6. We turn our attentions to Gameweek 21 this morning, with league action set to commence in just seven days’ time. Tony Pulis and Alan Pardew are handed some kind opening fixtures at the helm of West Brom and Crystal Palace respectively, whilst Man United and Sunderland are also afforded a degree of optimism thanks to the […]

  7. Having analysed those sides with Strong upcoming schedules over the next four-to-six Gameweeks yesterday, we turn our attentions to those whose fixtures are a little trickier. Two of the top four have some tough looking matches on their short-term agendas, whilst the Swans are bracing themselves as a tough run of fixtures edges ever-nearer.

Scout Tweets

  1. McCarthy expected to return for Everton next weekend. Distin also back in training http://t.co/IsNujs7bNC

  2. Wenger confirms Arsenal are set to sign Villarreal centre-half Gabriel Paulista http://t.co/3cvIej3aVp

  3. Rodgers confirms Sturridge will be back against West Ham next weekend. http://t.co/TeRJ0vJI4b

  4. Shane Long facing weeks out after suffering suspected fractured ribs in the FA Cup defeat to Palace http://t.co/TTxRUv4y6p

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For Gameweek 22

  • Adrián
  • Ivanovic
  • Skrtel
  • Baines
  • Sánchez
  • Hazard
  • Chadli
  • Downing
  • Austin
  • Aguero
  • Kane
  • Bertrand
  • Puncheon
  • Ings

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Last updated: 14 Jan, 2015 1:30pm
Player Club Factors
No Change Pantilimon SUN A
No Change Heaton BRN B, Vs
Up Forster SOT A, VsX
Up Krul NEW C, Vs
No Change De Gea MUN B, Vs
No Change McGregor HUL B, Vs
No Change Foster WBA C
No Change Courtois CHE A

Defenders

Last updated: 17 Jan, 2015 3:22pm
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No Change Ivanovic CHE A
No Change Trippier BRN B, Vs
Up Bertrand SOT A, VsX
No Change Van Aanholt SUN B, Vs
Up Janmaat NEW B, Vs, VsX, Inj
No Change Wisdom WBA C
Up Baines EVE C
No Change Koscielny ARS C
No Change Davies HUL C, Vs
Up Bardsley STO C, Vs
Up Jones MUN B, Vs
No Change Zabaleta MCI B, VsX, Rest
No Change Ward CPL C, Vs
No Change Hutton AVL B, VsX

Midfielders

Last updated: 14 Jan, 2015 1:38pm
Player Club Factors
Up Sánchez ARS A, Vs
No Change Hazard CHE A
Up Chadli TOT A
No Change Sterling LIV B, OoP
Up Di María MUN C, Vs, Inj
Down Silva MCI A, VsX
Up Mirallas EVE B
No Change Fábregas CHE B
No Change Downing WHM B, VsX
No Change Sigurdsson SWA B, VsX
Down Eriksen TOT B, Vs
Up Puncheon CPL C, Vs, Rest
Down Coutinho LIV A
Up Tadic SOT B, Vs

Forwards

Last updated: 14 Jan, 2015 1:44pm
Player Club Factors
No Change Kane TOT A, £
Up Aguero MCI C, VsX, Inj
No Change Ings BRN A, Vs, £
No Change Diego Costa CHE A, Vs
No Change Giroud ARS B, Vs
No Change Austin QPR B, VsX
No Change Berahino WBA B, Vs, Rest
No Change Rooney MUN B, Vs, OoP
Up Lukaku EVE B
Up Bojan STO C, Vs
No Change Carroll WHM B, VsX
No Change Pellè SOT C

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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
Cattermole SUN 9
Barry EVE 8
Reid WHM 8
Diego Costa CHE 7
Fábregas CHE 7
Matic CHE 7
Colback NEW 7
Dunne QPR 7
Pellè SOT 7
Bardsley STO 7
Taylor SWA 7
Chambers ARS 6
Clark AVL 6
Cleverley AVL 6
Hutton AVL 6
Livermore HUL 6
Vardy LEI 6
Gerrard LIV 6
Janmaat NEW 6
Tioté NEW 6
Schneiderlin SOT 6
Wanyama SOT 6
Shelvey SWA 6
Gardner WBA 6

“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.”

Yaya Toure Manchester City midfielder