Scout Notes

Aubameyang nets brace as Lacazette and Hazard have night off

Chelsea and Arsenal both won their first Europa League matches of the season on Thursday night.

The line-ups named by both managers have already given us early indication of which players will feature in Gameweek 6.

We’ve gone over the two matches to find the best Fantasy Premier League talking points in this latest Scout Notes article.

PAOK 0-1 CHELSEA

Goals: Willian (£7.4m)

Assists: Ross Barkley (£5.8m)

As expected, Eden Hazard (£10.9m) played no part in Chelsea’s 1-0 win over PAOK in the Europa League. While fellow captain candidates Mohamed Salah (£13.0m) and Sergio Aguero (£11.4m) were involved for their clubs in the Champions League, Hazard should be completely fresh and ready for his Gameweek 6 trip to West Ham.

It was Pedro (£6.8m) and Willian (£7.4m) who started the match as wide forwards in Maurizio Sarri’s 4-3-3 system. The two players have been going head-to-head for preference in the Premier League with room for just one of them in the Chelsea front-line when Hazard is around.

On Thursday night, Willian may have secured the advantage in what looks like an ongoing see-saw between him and Pedro. After registering a 10-point FPL haul on Saturday, the Brazilian also scored the only goal in Greece. Meanwhile, former Barcelona man Pedro was forced out of the game with an injury late on, although Sarri does not believe it is too serious.

“I don’t know. The problem is the shoulder, but I don’t know exactly the situation. I have spoken with the doctor, but only for a few seconds. The doctor told me that probably it’s not a very serious injury.” – Maurizio Sarri

Pedro also took to Twitter on Friday morning to allay any fears over the knock he sustained.

 

 

Crucial to his battle with Pedro, Willian was handed the captaincy on Thursday night, suggesting that Sarri does hold him in high regard. It was the first time he had skippered the side in a competitive setting, having last done so in a pre-season friendly against Lyon. Sarri is yet to announce his official club captain, although he is unlikely to pick Willian for the role. Cesar Azpilicueta (£6.4m) has worn the armband in every league match so far and took it from Willian when he came on for a 24-minute appearance.

Azpilicueta was one of just five players to drop out of the starting XI on Thursday. The others were Hazard, David Luiz (£5.5m), Mateo Kovacic (£6.0m) and Olivier Giroud (£7.8m).

There was some concern over Marcos Alonso (£6.8m) starting, but Sarri did the gentlemanly thing and took him off unharmed on 66 minutes, Azpilicueta his replacement. This was presumably to give the left-back some rest ahead of Sunday’s trip to West Ham.

Jorginho (£5.2m) was substituted at the same time as Alonso although N’Golo Kanté (£5.0m) played the full 90 minutes. The fact that both of Chelsea’s key central midfielders started the match did come as a surprise, and some Chelsea followers believe it was a risk to name such a strong team. Especially considering Ethan Ampadu (£4.4m) and Callum Hudson-Odoi (£4.3m) not even in the match-day squad, and Ruben Loftus-Cheek (£5.3m) an unused substitute. Journalists asked Sarri why he did not rest more players ahead of a Sunday’s London derby.

“I don’t know. For an English team, the Europa League is a very difficult competition. For example, in Italy, if I play in Greece on Thursday I can ask to play on Monday night. Not in England. We have to play again in 63 hours, on Sunday morning. I don’t know in the future. It’s not a big problem now. We have played only six matches. Now it’s not a problem. I hope to qualify before the last one or two games.” – Maurizio Sarri

It is possible that Sarri took the risk of starting so many key players in order to get Chelsea off to a good start in Europe. A trip to PAOK away was probably the hardest test of the group, with BATE Borisov and MOL Vidi still to come. Going a little heavy-handed with team selection ensured that Chelsea got three points and eased pressure on the remaining fixtures.

That said, Chelsea could have won the game by a larger margin. Those who have watched all their matches so far in 2018/19 have revealed that the Blues are often lacking a killer instinct. The win in Greece was not the first time this season that Chelsea dominated possession but failed to make it show on the scoreboard. Last night they had 68% possession and fired off 22 shots, but just five were on target and they only scored once.

Part of the reason for such profligacy in front of goal was down to Álvaro Morata (£9.0m). The Spaniard did not have a particularly poor game as a whole, but his contribution will be largely remembered for missed chances. There was a first-half header in particular that he really should have buried.

“Alvaro has to gain confidence with one, two, three goals. I am not able to give him confidence. In this match, he has had three, four opportunities. He was unlucky. I hope for him that in the future I can try to help him, but the confidence can become only with goals. With two goals in two matches. I don’t know. I have to say also, for maybe the first time in this season Alvaro was ready in the box. He was on the ball and was active.” – Maurizio Sarri

Finally, there was an interesting story involving left-back Emerson Palmieri (£5.3m). Sarri left the Italian defender out of the match-day squad for the trip and did not explain why in his post-match press conference. Emerson then took to Twitter to explain that he wasn’t injured, before deleting the post shortly afterwards.

Chelsea XI (4-3-3): Kepa; Alonso (Azpilicueta 66′), Christensen, Rüdiger, Zappacosta; Barkley, Jorginho (Fabregas 65′), Kanté; Willian, Morata (Giroud 81′), Pedro

ARSENAL 4-2 VORSKLA

Goals: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang x2 (£10.9m), Danny Welbeck (£6.5m), Mesut Özil (£8.3m)

Assists: Alex Iwobi (£5.5m), Henrikh Mkhitaryan x2 (£7.1m), Stephan Lichtsteiner (£4.7m)

The stage looks set for Alexandre Lacazette (£9.4m) to light up Gameweek 6 for Arsenal after he was given the night off on Thursday. The Gunners ran out 4-2 winners over Ukrainian side Vorskla with the Frenchman an unused substitute.

He should line-up alongside Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (£10.9m) for a third league match in a row on Sunday after Unai Emery substituted the Gabonese forward in the 57th minute.

However, there was much to be frustrated about for some Fantasy managers. Firstly, Aubameyang found the net twice in an impressive performance, having taken his time to find his stride when FPL points are on the line.

Furthermore, Henrikh Mkhitaryan (£7.1m), once owned by 20% of Fantasy managers, returned to the starting line-up and demonstrated his credentials by registering two assists. A return to the Premier League first-team still seems a little unlikely though as he sustained a knock to his ankle against Vorskla. Alex Iwobi (£5.5m) had his minutes managed in the second half, while Mkhitaryan played the whole match. Also, Mesut Özil (£8.3m) was restricted to a 33-minute substitute’s appearance in which he scored his second goal in as many matches.

Emery made eight changes to the side that beat Newcastle in Gameweek 5. Aubameyang, Nacho Monreal (£5.5m) and Sokratis Papastathopoulous (£5.3m) were the three to keep their places. The latter performed well according to local press but the Gunners are still without a clean sheet this season after they conceded two goals late on.

“We are speaking before each match about having the mentality to not concede easy chances. Today was a good opportunity not to concede goals. But the last 20 minutes we need to do better on this competitive aspect. It was our disappointment today. We are conceding a few chances, it was the same in Newcastle and we need to continue to improve in this. In the last minute at Newcastle and in the last 20 minutes tonight two goals. Our challenge is to be competitive for 90 minutes, it is one thing to improve.” – Unai Emery

There was the first start in Arsenal colours for summer signing Lucas Torreira (£4.9m). The Uruguyuan central midfielder ran the show in the middle of the park until coming off with a knock in the 57th minute. The fact he was forced off is a great shame for Arsenal fans who are yet to see Torreira start regularly this season. He is now a doubt for Gameweek 6, but when he returns to full fitness he could be the key to transforming Arsenal.

Torreira arrived in north London with a reputation as a ball-winner but took on the role of a deep-lying creative player on Thursday night. Whether he can replicate that against a better quality of opposition remains to be seen, but he clearly has the ability to orchestrate and improve Arsenal’s attacking play. While he may be too much of a deep option to warrant consideration for inclusion in FPL squads, it’s clear he has the ability to improve the Fantasy prospects of the more forward-thinking assets at Arsenal. He also took set pieces and nearly scored from a direct free-kick.

“Lucas played well. He is playing with passion in his performance, each minute he plays he does very well. Torreira he got two hits on his leg. I hope tomorrow and Saturday he is good to be OK for Saturday.” – Unai Emery

Bernd Leno (£4.8m) also made his first competitive start for the Gunners.

“For Leno it was his first match also. We conceded two goals but not from a mistake from him. For him, he got minutes in the game and he can take confidence to also because he is continuing to play matches in the next week.” – Unai Emery

ARSENAL XI (4-2-3-1): Leno; Monreal, Holding, Sokratis, Lichtsteiner; Elneny, Torreira (Guendouzi 57′); Iwobi (Smith-Rowe 70′), Mkhitaryan, Welbeck; Aubameyang (Özil 57′).

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1,946 Comments Post a Comment
  1. Cloud Perspective
    • 2 Years
    29 days, 11 hours ago

    According to FPL, Mandy is back on 30th Sept, but his next match is on 29th. Does it mean that he's out for 2 GWs?

    1. micsway
      • 5 Years
      29 days, 11 hours ago

      it means at least 1 week I'd say

    2. Cloud Perspective
      • 2 Years
      29 days, 11 hours ago

      Sorry for the top post, but it's my first one 🙂

    3. mixology
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 6 Years
      29 days, 11 hours ago

      Was wondering the same

  2. Malkmus
    • 7 Years
    29 days, 11 hours ago

    Re: Mendy news, is Laporte nailed?

    1. micsway
      • 5 Years
      29 days, 11 hours ago

      seems to be

  3. Hardly Athletic
    • 9 Years
    29 days, 11 hours ago

    Reports say a bruised metatarsal for Mendy. Keep or sell?

    1. micsway
      • 5 Years
      29 days, 11 hours ago

      selling

    2. Duffy Dunk
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      29 days, 11 hours ago

      Keeping until clearer updates.
      Got gim at 6m

  4. Deulofail
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 2 Years
    29 days, 11 hours ago

    Odd question maybe but:

    A) Patricio + Hudson-Odoi (3rd sub)
    B) Bettinelli + Hojbjerg (3rd sub)

    I would have no backup keeper (a 4.0m).

    1. Wiseman Resistant ⚽⚠
      • 6 Years
      29 days, 11 hours ago

      a

    2. Dr. Mantis Toboggan
      • 2 Years
      29 days, 11 hours ago

      This question is meaningless without the context of the rest of your team. Fortunately I've seen the rest of the team, so A.

      It's slightly riskier because you effectively have a two man bench, but Hoj would realistically never play for you anyway and I think Pat will outscore Betti by more than the very few 2-pointers you'd get from Hoj.

      On the other hand, triple Wolves defense is worrying. Hopefully you can predict their CSs well enough to rotate with Yedlin and AWB effectively. 12 points x all of Wolves CS would be pretty sweet.

      1. Deulofail
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 2 Years
        29 days, 11 hours ago

        I don't see how having a keeper from the same team as a defender (or two) is more risky than having a keeper from a different team. The GK is an independent position. But that's a debate for another time.

        Cheers for your input. I think I'll go with Hudson-Odoi. I had Hughes since GW1 and he never came into my starting XI haha

        1. Dr. Mantis Toboggan
          • 2 Years
          29 days, 11 hours ago

          The issue, for me, with the GK and defenders from the same team is that their returns are very highly correlated. There's no diversification of assets and you can't hedge your bets when a CS looks plausible but uncertain, which makes me personally a little nervous. That said, with that risk there is potential for very high reward given some astute/fortunate managing on your part.

          Yeah I think H-O is the right call, there's been a lot of talk of needing stronger benches this year but realistically you'll rarely if ever see your third sub's points.

  5. dhirst
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 2 Years
    29 days, 11 hours ago

    Richarlison or Fraser for the next handful of games?

    1. micsway
      • 5 Years
      29 days, 11 hours ago

      Fraser this week, Richarlison longer term.

      1. ⚔★Vibudh★⚔
        • 2 Years
        29 days, 11 hours ago

        This

      2. Girth Brooks
        • 3 Years
        29 days, 11 hours ago

        This

    2. Cloud Perspective
      • 2 Years
      29 days, 11 hours ago

      I say Fraser. Would wait and see how Richarlison plays against Arsenal

      1. dhirst
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 2 Years
        29 days, 11 hours ago

        Cheers all. Feeling Fraser has better fixtures. Still have WC can can always bring Rich in if he starts smashing it up again.

  6. YoungPretender
    • 3 Years
    29 days, 11 hours ago

    Currently have Stephens as my only playing sub coming in for Mendy. Which to do (for free)?

    A) Mendy > Trippier
    B) Peltier > Doherty (bench Mendy and assess next week)

    1. micsway
      • 5 Years
      29 days, 11 hours ago

      B

    2. Cloud Perspective
      • 2 Years
      29 days, 11 hours ago

      B

  7. AnzhiBabakin (AKA: FC Akhma…
    • 2 Years
    29 days, 11 hours ago

    Possible WC team

    Hennessey (Hamer)
    Shaw Robbo Alonso (AWB Doherty)
    Hazard Salah Maddison Richarlison Fraser
    Kun Mitrovic (Jimenez)

    Thoughts?
    Nowt in bank. Tempted to do some tinkering like...
    Saving money on Shaw, Going Mane instead of Salah and upgrading a mid-price mid to Sliva/up to 9m

    1. Cloud Perspective
      • 2 Years
      29 days, 11 hours ago

      looks good

  8. ⚔★Vibudh★⚔
    • 2 Years
    29 days, 11 hours ago

    Mendy, Wally to Dilva, Laporte/Shaw for a hit? Or play wally, bench Mendy and save FT(would leave me with a bench of Jota,Mendy,Kamara for the week but mostly nailed starters..)

  9. AnzhiBabakin (AKA: FC Akhma…
    • 2 Years
    29 days, 11 hours ago

    Robbo or Trippier on WC?

    1. micsway
      • 5 Years
      29 days, 11 hours ago

      staying away from spurs defence, especially the wing backs

      1. Duffy Dunk
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 2 Years
        29 days, 11 hours ago

        More reason to avoid them with Lloris missing

    2. Bumbaclot
      • 7 Years
      29 days, 11 hours ago

      Rob imo

    3. Karan14 - (CWT Balegium)
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      29 days, 11 hours ago

      On wildcard Robbo is the better long term pick

    4. ⚔★Vibudh★⚔
      • 2 Years
      29 days, 11 hours ago

      Both tbh!
      But Robbo if I have to choose one

  10. SMOOTH
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 8 Years
    29 days, 11 hours ago

    how come no love for pereyra

    1. COK3Y5MURF
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      29 days, 11 hours ago

      Has nice fixtures. A bit overlooked.

    2. El Lobito
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      29 days, 11 hours ago

      Poor stats

  11. Bumbaclot
    • 7 Years
    29 days, 11 hours ago

    Lost on last page, I’d really like some advice on whether to WC or not:

    Ederson
    Robo/docherty/kabasele/awb
    Salah/mane/Walcott/Fraser
    Aguero/zaha

    Subs: hamer/mendy**/cairney**/ings**

    I have no bench at all but all my 11 should start. What do I do friends?

    Thanks

    1. JAMO97
        29 days, 11 hours ago

        I’m in similar position just about have bench cover, and feel it’s too late now. Ideally want to get to IB, and want the Liverpool duo this week, so saving.

      • Cloud Perspective
        • 2 Years
        29 days, 11 hours ago

        No FT? On the edge...should consider WC-ing

    2. konrad.sygula95
      • 1 Year
      29 days, 11 hours ago

      Hi guys, any ideas on this team?

      2ft 0.1itb

      Fabianski - Patricio
      Awb-Mendy-Robbo-Pereira-Bednarek
      Salah-Eriksen-Maddison-B.Silva-Costa
      Aguero-Zaha-King

      1. chilli con kone
        • 5 Years
        29 days, 11 hours ago

        That's tough. Maybe Fabianski to Patricio in prep for next few games and roll the other transfer.

        I wouldn't make a proper transfer this week with the team you can put out

    3. fylde2022
      • 3 Years
      29 days, 11 hours ago

      What would you change?

      Patricio
      Bennett Alonso Holebas AWB
      Fraser Mane Hazard Salah (c)
      Wilson Lacazette

      Hamer Ings Billing Mendy

      1. micsway
        • 5 Years
        29 days, 11 hours ago

        hold?

    4. Mitroglycerin
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      29 days, 11 hours ago

      Pedro and Mendy to Mane and TAA? Have exact money.

      1. micsway
        • 5 Years
        29 days, 11 hours ago

        not really the time to go all out liverpool

    5. Miguel Sanchez
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      29 days, 11 hours ago

      Ederson
      Alonso Robertson Cook AWB
      Salah Hazard (c) Maddison Walcott Fraser
      Aguero

      Good enough to avoid a hit this week?

      Hamer Ings Kamara and Mendy on the bench

    6. caldracula
      • 2 Years
      29 days, 11 hours ago

      Pedro > Richarlison
      Mendy > Walker -4 or play AWB (Henn double up) and do this move with FT after the deadline?

      1. OptimusBlack
        • 5 Years
        29 days, 11 hours ago

        just one transfer play AWB

      2. Cloud Perspective
        • 2 Years
        29 days, 11 hours ago

        A

    7. SPorting
      • 7 Years
      29 days, 11 hours ago

      With Mendy a possible no-show, it's Jimenez's time to shine from the bench.

      1. donlobatto
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 1 Year
        29 days, 11 hours ago

        * definite no show. Metatarsal injury

    8. Auboomerang
      • 1 Year
      29 days, 11 hours ago

      Strange to see Alonso rising again this week. People are fickle and he only scored 2 points last week

      1. La Roja
        • 6 Years
        29 days, 11 hours ago

        Not sure if you’re trolling

      2. Girth Brooks
        • 3 Years
        29 days, 11 hours ago

        It's not about what he did last week but what he could do in the coming weeks

        1. Auboomerang
          • 1 Year
          29 days, 11 hours ago

          I meant that casuals on this game usually chase last weeks points. I'm surprised he's rising this week because he only got 2 points last week.

      3. Deulofail
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 2 Years
        29 days, 11 hours ago

        People only look at the total points

        1. Desperately Seeking Dusan
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 7 Years
          29 days, 11 hours ago

          I think when WC'ing or when having to make a transfer. When it's the weekly FT, at this stage of the season when casuals still care, they definitely look at the weeks highest scorer and bring them in.

      4. Desperately Seeking Dusan
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 7 Years
        29 days, 11 hours ago

        the usual Alonso desperation. Saw the same last season. The last hold outs are listening to YouTube videos telling them he's essential and they have to get him in. This is the last push up and then he starts blanking. I wouldn't say Chelsea have these amazing fixtures people keep on about. For example, after West Ham it's Liverpool and yet people keep talking as if it's a tough game for Liverpool but not Chelsea. Chelsea haven't had a serious test this season apart from the community shield where they looked out of their depth against City.

      5. fclackless [balegium]
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        29 days, 11 hours ago

        Mendy replacement ?

        1. Auboomerang
          • 1 Year
          29 days, 11 hours ago

          Yeah.. my bad need a coffee.

        2. Desperately Seeking Dusan
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 7 Years
          29 days, 11 hours ago

          I think that's valid although would suggest Mendy is going down... and on the Geoff HT there are some really angry people no doubt talking their team but livid at the suggestion Mendy is going down.

      6. Auboomerang
        • 1 Year
        29 days, 11 hours ago

        I've just had a facepalm moment and realised he's rising because of Mendy.

        /delete post

    9. ZoumasBloomers
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • Has Moderation Rights
      • 1 Year
      29 days, 11 hours ago

      Who is your least favourite bench player ever? Always getting bench points, or coming into your team with minus numbers?

      I'm thinking Capoue and Evans

      1. MGD
        • 2 Years
        29 days, 11 hours ago

        Milivojevic, hands down...

      2. PUMPKINHEAD
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 9 Years
        29 days, 11 hours ago

        Gunnarson

      3. Desperately Seeking Dusan
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 7 Years
        29 days, 11 hours ago

        Duffy for me. Had him all last season and this, don't think I've ever gotten his goals or assists. Or CS's for that matter. Capoue was like that for me too. I never got his points.

    10. TeddiPonza
      • 8 Years
      29 days, 11 hours ago

      Got 2FT and no other concerning issues. Would you ship out Mendy? Got Kabesele as 1st sub and would lose 0,2m value on Mendy.

      Which option:
      A. Keep Mendy and Play Kabesele
      B. Mendy to Robertson
      C. Mendy to Smalling
      D. Mendy to Trippier

      Thanks..

      1. JAMO97
          29 days, 11 hours ago

          A. And wait for clearer update next week.

      2. KINGVIZO
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        29 days, 11 hours ago

        Who is Man Uniteds first choice back four?? Valencia Smalling Lindelof Shaw/Young?

      3. Naby K8a
        • 2 Years
        29 days, 11 hours ago

        Chris Smalling anyone?

        1. caldracula
          • 2 Years
          29 days, 11 hours ago

          Was thinking him but will probably go for Walker

      4. Malkmus
        • 7 Years
        29 days, 11 hours ago

        Would you WC with this? Players I want out are in caps

        FAB (Hamer)
        MENDY - Alonso - Robbo - Wan Biss - PELTIER
        Haz - Salah - Maddison - Fraser - STEPHENS
        Kun - WILSON - ARNIE

        Ta !

      5. Lalrota
        • 2 Years
        29 days, 11 hours ago

        Wildcarders going with Son?

        1. Duffy Dunk
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 2 Years
          29 days, 11 hours ago

          Nah

        2. jtreble
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 2 Years
          29 days, 11 hours ago

          In the top 5K teams his ownership is 1.5%.

      6. Deulofail
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 2 Years
        29 days, 11 hours ago

        What's the nailedness status of Bettinelli?

        1. ⭐ Bemba_Da ⭐
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 8 Years
          29 days, 11 hours ago

          Nailed to the bench

          1. Auboomerang
            • 1 Year
            29 days, 11 hours ago

            Do you mean Fabri? Bettinelli seems nailed now

      7. DAZZ
        • 4 Years
        29 days, 11 hours ago

        Mendy, Ings and Pedro > Tripper, Mitrovic and Ings for a -8, done.

        Am i foolish? I think Mitro could haul.

        1. El Lobito
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 1 Year
          29 days, 11 hours ago

          Not sure about ings to ings

          1. Goalosaurus
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 1 Year
            29 days, 11 hours ago

            A sideways move

        2. Kevin de Blanke
          • 2 Years
          29 days, 11 hours ago

          You swapped Ings for Ings...nice move

        3. LC1
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 3 Years
          29 days, 11 hours ago

          Ings > Ings for a -4 probably wasn't the wisest

        4. Budweiser
          • 4 Years
          29 days, 11 hours ago

          Ings to Ings nice

        5. Hasselbaink Forever
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 5 Years
          29 days, 11 hours ago

          Ings to Ings, bold move

      8. Puntillimon
        • 3 Years
        29 days, 11 hours ago

        Arsenal pressed out yet? Any news on whether auba is starting?

        1. Puntillimon
          • 3 Years
          29 days, 11 hours ago

          Presser*

      9. Jimbo Jones XI
        • 7 Years
        29 days, 11 hours ago

        Best 5th mid, Ward, Hojbjerg, or ?

        1. JAMO97
            29 days, 11 hours ago

            Hojbjerg looks good.

        2. OptimusBlack
          • 5 Years
          29 days, 11 hours ago

          Patricio
          Robbo - Alonso - AWB
          Hazard - Mane - Moura - Makhi
          Kun (C) - Mitro - King
          Bench.Hamer - Jota - Mendy - 4.0M
          So
          A- Makhi > Rich or Maddison
          B- other Suggestions

          1. JAMO97
              29 days, 11 hours ago

              A

          2. Fernando Torres
            • 7 Years
            29 days, 11 hours ago

            RMT please guys

            Hennessy
            Shaw Alonso Roberton
            Salah Hazard Dilva Maddison Fraser
            Aguero Mitrovic

            Subs: Hamer, AWB, Bennett, Quaner