Scout Reports

  1. Queens Park Rangers’ second double Gameweek in as many months sees them embark on trips to West Midlands rivals West Brom and Aston Villa within the space of four days. The R’s will have to arrest a run of five defeats if they harbour any aspirations of bridging a four-point gap and climbing out of […]

  2. Aston Villa’s quest to escape the ever-present threat of relegation sees them visit Manchester United and entertain Queens Park Rangers in their double Gameweek 31. Aside from Burnley in their final match-up of the campaign, the Villains face only top-table sides from here on out, making it imperative they emerge victorious against the R’s.

  3. Tottenham’s quest to muscle their way into a top four berth sees them welcoming a buoyant Swansea City side to the Lane on Wednesday, before making the short trip across the capital to face Queen Park Rangers in their second match of Gameweek 28. While there’s doubtless a couple of standout candidates for Spurs coverage […]

  4. Queens Park Rangers won’t have to venture beyond the capital in their imminent double Gameweek, as they host north London rivals Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal within the space of four days. While the R’s languish in the lower echelons of the Premier League table – sitting outside the relegation berths by virtue of a superior […]

  5. February

    Scout Report – Nene

    Filed under: Scout Reports - Posted by: Barnes92

    In the wake of Andy Carroll’s season-ending knee surgery, West Ham have acquired the services of Brazilian forward Nene on a free transfer until the end of the campaign. The 33-year-old, who last played for Qatari side Al-Gharafa, expressed his delight at joining a big club in football’s most competitive league while also revealing a […]

  6. February

    With his side having failed to score in 11 of their last 15 Premier League matches, Hull boss Steve Bruce was desperate to add some firepower in the January transfer window. Just minutes before the transfer deadline, the Tigers were able to secure the signing of Lokomotiv Moscow striker Dame N’Doye for a reported fee […]

  7. February

    In an attempt to inject some verve into Everton’s misfiring attack, Toffees boss Roberto Martinez recruited Tottenham’s current longest-serving player, Aaron Lennon, on transfer deadline day. The diminutive speedster joined the Merseyside club on loan until the end of the season and, despite looking anything but happy upon his arrival, the new boys insists he […]

Scout Tweets

  1. Oscar & Zouma come into midfield for Chelsea as Willian & Ramires drop to the bench. Remy ruled out.

  2. Chelsea XI vs United: Courtois, Ivanovic, Cahill, Terry, Azpilicueta, Zouma, Matic, Oscar, Fabregas, Hazard, Drogba.

  3. United XI vs Chelsea: De Gea, Valencia, Smalling, McNair, Shaw, Mata, Rooney, Herrera, Young, Fellaini, Falcao.

  4. Leicester confirm that Nugent suffered a tight calf in the warm-up and was replaced as a precaution.

  5. Leicester forced into late change as Ulloa is promoted from the bench to replace the injured Nugent.

  6. One change for West Brom - Anichebe earns start at Palace as Ideye drops to the bench.

  7. One change for Palace as Souare drops to the bench and Ledley earns recall.

  8. Burnley unchanged for the fifth successive league outing.

  9. Everton recall Mirallas to replace the injured Osman. Lukaku returns to the bench.

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For Gameweek 33

  • Howard
  • Baines
  • Huth
  • Kolarov
  • Lennon
  • Bolasie
  • Silva
  • Hazard
  • Kane
  • Aguero
  • Murray
  • Bertrand
  • Zaha
  • Vardy

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Last updated: 16 Apr, 2015 8:28am
Player Club Factors
No Change Davis SOT B, Rest, £
Up Howard EVE B, Vs
Up Courtois CHE B
Up Schmeichel LEI C, Vs, £
Down Mignolet LIV B
Down Fabianski SWA C
Up Adrián WHM C, Vs
Up Hart MCI C, Vs
Down Ospina ARS B, Rest, £
Up Heaton BRN C, Vs, £


Last updated: 14 Apr, 2015 11:50am
Player Club Factors
No Change Ivanovic CHE B
No Change Bertrand SOT B
Up Baines EVE B, Vs
Down Schlupp LEI C, Vs, £
Down Alderweireld SOT B, £
Up Cresswell WHM B, Vs
No Change Dann CPL B
Up Skrtel LIV B
Up Trippier BRN B, Vs
No Change Wollscheid STO C, Vs, Rest, £
Up Rose TOT C, Rest
Up Koscielny ARS B
Down Van Aanholt SUN C, £
Down Dawson WBA C, VsX, £


Last updated: 15 Apr, 2015 9:36am
Player Club Factors
No Change Hazard CHE A
No Change Silva MCI A, Vs
Up Bolasie CPL A, Vs
Up Fellaini MUN B
Up Mata MUN A
Up Fábregas CHE B
Up Cambiasso LEI B, Vs, £
Up Lennon EVE A, Vs
Down Sigurdsson SWA C
Down Sterling LIV B
Down Sánchez ARS B
Down Henderson LIV B
Down Mane SOT C, Vs, Rest
Down Downing WHM C, Vs


Last updated: 16 Apr, 2015 10:31am
Player Club Factors
Up Aguero MCI B, Vs
Down Kane TOT B
Up Murray CPL A, £
Up Vardy LEI B, Rest, £
No Change Remy CHE B, Rest, Inj, £
Up Rooney MUN B
Down Giroud ARS A
Up Benteke AVL A, Rest, Inj, £
Up Pellè SOT C, Vs
Down Austin QPR B, VsX, £
Up Lukaku EVE C, Vs, Inj

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

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