Fixtures

Which FPL players are on international duty ahead of Gameweek 9?

A week of international fixtures gets underway today, with two African Cup of Nations qualifiers and a cluster of friendlies kicking off a nervy period in which we keep our fingers crossed in the hope of our Fantasy assets returning to England unscathed.

This article gives a club-by-club rundown on which assets will be away from their sides during this period, also detailing the dates in which these players will be competing for their respective countries.

There are four players in action in the early hours of Wednesday, October 17 who then face a long-haul flight back from the Americas: Alexis Sanchez (£10.0m), DeAndre Yedlin (£4.5m), Davinson Sanchez (£5.8m) and Raul Jimenez (£5.6m).

Davinson was among the substitutes in Spurs’ Premier League match against Liverpool immediately after the September international break, though Yedlin was thrust straight back into the Newcastle United starting XI for the visit of Arsenal. Alexis Sanchez sat out Chile’s previous two fixtures last month, while Jimenez was recalled early by Wolves as a precautionary measure in plenty of time ahead of Gameweek 5.

Manchester United are in action in the lunchtime kick-off on Saturday, October 20, so it remains to be seen whether Alexis features from the start against Chelsea after his exertions in Mexico next Wednesday morning. Jimenez and Wolves, meanwhile, take on Watford at 3pm on that same Saturday.

The good news for owners of Fantasy assets playing for Brazil and Argentina is that their meeting on Tuesday, October 16 will take place in Saudi Arabia, meaning an earlier-than-usual finish time for the likes of Roberto Firmino (£9.4m), Alisson (£5.6m), Ederson (£5.7m), Richarlison (£6.8m), Lucas Moura (£7.4m) and Roberto Pereyra (£6.2m) and a shorter flight back to the UK.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (£10.7m), Mohamed Salah (£12.8m), Sadio Mane (£9.9m), Wilfried Zaha (£7.0m) and Son Heung-min (£8.3m) are among the FPL players who are in action in Africa and Asia next Tuesday, meanwhile.

Sergio Aguero (£11.3m), Alexandre Lacazette (£9.6m), Aymeric Laporte (£5.7m) and Benjamin Mendy (£6.2m) are some of the more notable “uninjured” players who won’t feature for their respective national teams over the coming week.

The FPL assets on duty over the next week are as follows:

Arsenal

Danny Welbeck – England – Oct 12 + 15
Aaron Ramsey – Wales – Oct 11 + 16
Sokratis – Greece – Oct 12 + 15
Granit Xhaka – Switzerland – Oct  12 + 15
Bernd Leno – Germany – Oct 13 + 16
Henrikh Mkhitaryan – Armenia – Oct 13 + 16
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – Gabon – Oct 12 + 16
Alex Iwobi – Nigeria – Oct 12 + 16
Mohamed Elneny – Egypt – Oct 12 + 16
Lucas Torreira – Uruguay – Oct 12 + 16

Bournemouth

David Brooks – Wales – Oct 11 + 16
Josh King – Norway – Oct 13 + 16
Asmir Begovic – Bosnia – Oct 11 + 15
Nathan Ake – Netherlands – Oct 13 + 16
Lewis Cook – England under-21s – Oct 11 + 16

Brighton and Hove Albion

Lewis Dunk – England – Oct 12 + 15
Gaetan Bong – Cameroon – Oct 12 + 16
Shane Duffy – Ireland – Oct 13 + 16
Leon Balogun – Nigeria – Oct 12 + 16
Beram Kayal – Israel – Oct 11 + 14
Yves Bissouma – Mali – Oct 12 + 16
Alireza Jahanbakhsh – Iran – Oct 11 + 16

Burnley

Kevin Long – Ireland – Oct 13 + 16
Jeff Hendrick – Ireland – Oct 13 + 16
Sam Vokes – Wales – Oct 11 + 16
Johann Berg Gudmundsson – Iceland – Oct 11 + 15
Matej Vydra – Czech Republic – Oct 13 + 16

Cardiff City

Neil Etheridge – Philippines – Oct 13
Bruno Ecuele Manga – Gabon – Oct 12 + 16
Jazz Richards – Wales – Oct 11 + 16
Harry Arter – Ireland – Oct 13 + 16
Junior Hoilett – Canada – Oct 16

Chelsea

Ross Barkley – England – Oct 12 + 15
Eden Hazard – Belgium – Oct 12 + 16
Mateo Kovacic – Croatia – Oct 12 + 15
Andreas Christensen – Denmark – Oct 13 + 16
N’Golo Kante – France – Oct 11 + 16
Olivier Giroud – France – Oct 11 + 16
Jorginho – Italy – Oct 10 + 14
Emerson Palmieri – Italy – Oct 10 + 14
Cesar Azpilicueta – Spain – Oct 11 + 15
Marcos Alonso – Spain – Oct 11 + 15
Alvaro Morata – Spain – Oct 11 + 15
Kepa Arrizabalaga – Spain – Oct 11 + 15
Ethan Ampadu – Wales – Oct 11 + 16

Crystal Palace

Aaron Wan-Bissaka – England under-21s – Oct 11 + 16
Wayne Hennessey – Wales – Oct 11 + 16
Mamadou Sakho – France – Oct 11 + 16
Wilfried Zaha – Ivory Coast – Oct 12 + 16
Alexander Sorloth – Norway – Oct 13 + 16
Patrick van Aanholt – Netherlands – Oct 13 + 16
Cheikhou Kouyate – Senegal – Oct 13 + 16

Everton

Cenk Tosun – Turkey – Oct 11 + 14
Lucas Digne – France – Oct 11 + 16
Kurt Zouma – France – Oct 11 + 16
Gylfi Sigurdsson – Iceland – Oct 11 + 15
Jonjoe Kenny – England under-21s – Oct 11 + 16
Tom Davies – England under-21s – Oct 11 + 16
Dominic Calvert-Lewin – England under-21s – Oct 11 + 16
Ademola Lookman – England under-21s – Oct 11 + 16
Jordan Pickford – England – Oct 12 + 15
Richarlison – Brazil – Oct 12 + 16
Idrissa Gueye – Senegal – Oct 13 + 16

Fulham

Marcus Bettinelli – England – Oct 12 + 15
Ryan Sessegnon – England under-21s – Oct 11 + 16
Steven Sessegnon – England under-19s – Oct 11 + 16
Cyrus Christie – Ireland – Oct 13 + 16
Stefan Johansen – Norway – Oct 13 + 16
Kevin McDonald – Scotland – Oct 11 + 14
Aleksandar Mitrovic – Serbia – Oct 11 + 14
Floyd Ayite – Togo – Oct 12 + 16
Neeskens Kebano – DR Congo – Oct 13 + 16
Ibrahima Cisse – Guinea – Oct 12 + 16
Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa – Cameroon – Oct 12 + 16
Jean Michael Seri – Ivory Coast – Oct 12 + 16

Huddersfield Town

Philip Billing – Denmark under-21s – Oct 12 + 16
Jon Gorenc Stankovic – Slovenia under-21s – Oct 12 + 16
Abdelhamid Sabiri – Germany under-21s – Oct 12 + 16
Florent Hadergjonaj – Switzerland – Oct 12 + 15
Steve Mounie – Benin – Oct 12 + 16
Zanka – Denmark – Oct 13 + 16
Jonas Lossl – Denmark – Oct 13 + 16
Isaac Mbenza – Belgium under-21s – Oct 16

Leicester City

Danny Ward – Wales – Oct 11 + 16
James Maddison – England – Oct 12 + 15
Harry Maguire – England – Oct 12 + 15
Ben Chilwell – England – Oct 12 + 15
Wilfred Ndidi – Nigeria – Oct 12 + 16
Kelechi Iheanacho – Nigeria – Oct 12 + 16
Kasper Schmeichel – Denmark – Oct 13 + 16
Caglar Soyuncu – Turkey – Oct 11 + 14
Jonny Evans – Northern Ireland – Oct 12 + 15
Rachid Ghezzal – Algeria – Oct 12 + 16
Daniel Amartey – Ghana – Oct 12

Liverpool

Trent Alexander-Arnold – England – Oct 12 + 15
Joe Gomez – England – Oct 12 + 15
Jordan Henderson – England – Oct 12 + 15
Dejan Lovren – Croatia – Oct 12 + 15
Dominic Solanke – England under-21s – Oct 11 + 16
Andrew Robertson – Scotland – Oct 11 + 14
Virgil van Dijk – Netherlands – Oct 13 + 16
Georginio Wijnaldum – Netherlands – Oct 13 + 16
Simon Mignolet – Belgium – Oct 12 + 16
Xherdan Shaqiri – Switzerland – Oct 12 + 15
Naby Keita – Guinea – Oct 12 + 16
Mohamed Salah – Egypt – Oct 12 + 16
Sadio Mane – Senegal – Oct 13 + 16
Alisson – Brazil – Oct 12 + 16
Fabinho – Brazil – Oct 12 + 16
Roberto Firmino – Brazil – Oct 12 + 16

Manchester City

Vincent Kompany – Belgium – Oct 12 + 16
John Stones – England – Oct 12 + 15
Kyle Walker – England – Oct 12 + 15
Raheem Sterling – England – Oct 12 + 15
Leroy Sane – Germany – Oct 13 + 16
Bernardo Silva – Portugal – Oct 11 + 14
Oleksandr Zinchenko – Ukraine – Oct 10 + 16
Nicolas Otamendi – Argentina – Oct 11 + 16
Ederson – Brazil – Oct 12 + 16
Danilo – Brazil – Oct 12 + 16
Gabriel Jesus – Brazil – Oct 12 + 16
Riyad Mahrez – Algeria – Oct 12 + 16
Phil Foden – England under-21s – Oct 11 + 16

Manchester United

Sergio Romero – Argentina – Oct 11 + 16
Romelu Lukaku – Belgium – Oct 12 + 16
Marouane Fellaini – Belgium – Oct 12 + 16
Alexis Sanchez – Chile – Oct 13 + 17
Fred – Brazil – Oct 12 + 16
Marcus Rashford – England – Oct 12 + 15
Paul Pogba – France – Oct 11 + 16
Scott McTominay – Scotland – Oct 11 + 14
Eric Bailly – Ivory Coast – Oct 12 + 16
David De Gea – Spain – Oct 11 + 15
Victor Lindelof – Sweden – Oct 11 + 16

Newcastle United

DeAndre Yedlin – USA – Oct 12 + 17
Fabian Schar – Switzerland – Oct 12 + 15
Christian Atsu – Ghana – Oct 12
Ki Sung-yeung – South Korea – Oct 12 + 16
Ciaran Clark – Ireland – Oct 13 + 16
Martin Dubravka – Slovakia – Oct 13 + 16

Southampton

Jan Bednarek – Poland – Oct 11 + 14
Cedric Soares – Portugal – Oct 11 + 14
Stuart Armstrong – Scotland – Oct 11 + 14
Angus Gunn – England under-21s – Oct 11 + 16
Maya Yoshida – Japan – Oct 12 + 16
Mario Lemina – Gabon – Oct 12 + 16
Steven Davis – Northern Ireland – Oct 12 + 15
Alex McCarthy – England – Oct 12 + 15
Mohamed Elyounoussi – Norway – Oct 13 + 16
Shane Long – Ireland – Oct 13 + 16
Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg – Denmark – Oct 13 + 16
Jannik Vestergaard – Denmark – Oct 13 + 16

Tottenham Hotspur

Victor Wanyama – Kenya – Oct 10 + 14
Ben Davies – Wales – Oct 11 + 16
Hugo Lloris – France – Oct 11 + 16
Kyle Walker-Peters – England under-21s – Oct 11 + 16
Davinson Sanchez – Colombia – Oct 12 + 17
Son Heung-min – South Korea – Oct 12 + 16
Serge Aurier – Ivory Coast – – Oct 12 + 16
Lucas Moura – Brazil – Oct 12 + 16
Toby Alderweireld – Belgium – Oct 12 + 16
Eric Dier – England – Oct 12 + 15
Harry Kane – England – Oct 12 + 15
Danny Rose – England – Oct 12 + 15
Kieran Trippier – England – Oct 12 + 15
Harry Winks – England – Oct 12 + 15

Watford

Nathaniel Chalobah – England – Oct 12 + 15
Craig Cathcart – Northern Ireland – Oct 12 + 15
Sebastian Prodl – Austria – Oct 12 + 16
Christian Kabasele – Belgium – Oct 12 + 16
Roberto Pereyra – Argentina – Oct 11 + 16
Isaac Success – Nigeria – Oct 12 + 16
Domingos Quina – Portugal under-20s – Oct 11 + 16

West Ham United

Andriy Yarmolenko – Ukraine – Oct 10 + 16
Lukasz Fabianski – Poland – Oct 11+ 14
Robert Snodgrass – Scotland – Oct 11 + 14
Marko Arnautovic – Austria – Oct 12 + 16
Arthur Masuaku – DR Congo – Oct 13 + 16
Fabian Balbuena – Paraguay – training camp (no fixtures)

Wolverhampton Wanderers

Jonny Otto – Spain – Oct 11 + 15
Helder Costa – Portugal – Oct 11 + 14
Rui Patricio – Portugal – Oct 11 + 14
Ruben Neves – Portugal – Oct 11 + 14
Matt Doherty – Ireland – Oct 13 + 16
Raul Jimenez – Mexico – Oct 12 + 17
Romain Saiss – Morocco – Oct 12 + 16
Ruben Vinagre – Portugal under-21s – Oct 11 + 16
Diogo Jota – Portugal under-21s – Oct 11 + 16
Morgan Gibbs-White – England under-19s – Oct 11 + 16

Withdrawn through injury

Ryan Fraser (Bournemouth and Scotland)
Davy Propper (Brighton and the Netherlands)
James Tarkowski (Burnley and England)
Antonio Rudiger (Chelsea and Germany)
Aaron Mooy (Huddersfield Town and Australia)
Ilkay Gundogan (Manchester City and Germany)
Nemanja Matic (Manchester United and Serbia)
Luke Shaw (Manchester United and England)
Paul Dummett (Newcastle United and Wales)

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  1. Robbie Slater
    • 1 Year
    9 days, 14 hours ago

    What to do here?

    2FT

    Patricio Foster
    Alonso Bellerin Chilwell SCook Wan-B
    Hazard Richarlison Bilva Fraser Neves
    Aguero Kane Zaha

    A) Kane, Neves > Salah, bench fodder
    B) Kane, Neves, Bellerin > Salah, TAA, bench fodder -4
    C) Kane, Neves, Wan-B > Mane, Doherty, Mitrovic -4
    D) Wildcard

    Thanks in advance 🙂

  2. Maximus Bonimus Pointimus
    • 8 Years
    9 days, 14 hours ago

    Be interesting to see Doherty’s scores from here on out. If FPL managers have cottoned on to wolves habit of using him on the right, you can bet the other premier league teams have too. Throw in the extra spotlight from his player of the month award & I think it’s very difficult for him from here on out.

    Those who got in 4 weeks ago were the real winners?

    1. Miguel Sanchez
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      9 days, 14 hours ago

      Could the same not be said of Salah last season?

      1. Maximus Bonimus Pointimus
        • 8 Years
        9 days, 14 hours ago

        Slight difference in ability levels

        1. Demel
          • 7 Years
          9 days, 14 hours ago

          🙂

    2. nisag17
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      9 days, 14 hours ago

      I got him two weeks back. Will keep him unless his stats decline against weaker opposition. Beyond a point I don't think opposition tactics can do much. Every team has a few players that are the most heavily involved in attack. Generally those are the wingers / attacking mids or forwards. With 3 5 2 formation its the wing backs for wolves that are playing like wingers. I like that.

      1. Maximus Bonimus Pointimus
        • 8 Years
        9 days, 14 hours ago

        He certainly has done unbelievably well the last 5 weeks, and has a nice role in that wolves team. I wonder will we see him get 170 / 180 points this year, or will his scoring taper off

        1. nisag17
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 9 Years
          9 days, 14 hours ago

          The last four weeks are of course unsustainable. But yes he can get close to 5 ppm over the season I think.

    3. Limited & Mediocre Mana…
      • 2 Years
      9 days, 14 hours ago

      It's unrealistic to expect more double figure hauls anytime soon but you won't find better value for money in defence. He'll justify his price and then some, even without overperforming.

      1. FPLGraham
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        9 days, 14 hours ago

        I think this is it - I'll be getting him this week with tempered expectations. The real kicker is how good Wolves are defensively so in favourable fixtures he can always bank a 6 pointer even if teams do try to lock him down more.

    4. Giggs-Tosun Particle
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      9 days, 8 hours ago

      Those who captained him too [grins smugly]

  3. #FPLGuru
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 1 Year
    9 days, 14 hours ago

    Designated penno taker with milner injured

    Salah or firmino

    Presume salah

    1. Internal Error
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      9 days, 14 hours ago

      No one knows. Pure guesswork

    2. Tommyg
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      9 days, 14 hours ago

      You would have thought.

    3. jtreble
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      9 days, 14 hours ago

      I don’t think we know.

    4. nisag17
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      9 days, 14 hours ago

      Mane.

      1. nisag17
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 9 Years
        9 days, 14 hours ago

        He scored in preseason. Then Firmino was given a chance and he missed. So if Milner isn't there then Mane is on pens.

        1. nisag17
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 9 Years
          9 days, 14 hours ago

          I have Mane. But am worried slightly about a slight rotation threat. He is the only Liverpool player to play all the games plus has a hectic international break schedule.

        2. Internal Error
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 5 Years
          9 days, 14 hours ago

          We dont know that for certain.

          1. nisag17
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 9 Years
            9 days, 14 hours ago

            Yes not for certain of course.

            1. Internal Error
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 5 Years
              9 days, 14 hours ago

              I think Mane is probably on them more so if he wins a penalty.

      2. tokara
        • 4 Years
        9 days, 14 hours ago

        u might be right

    5. Kroneek
      • 4 Years
      9 days, 14 hours ago

      Read somewhere it is Mane

  4. SUPER MOKH
    • 2 Years
    9 days, 14 hours ago

    [repost] Which team is looking better? I'm on WC

    (1) = 0.0M ITB
    Patricio Hart
    Doherty Alonso TAA Trippier AWB
    Sterling Hazard Maddi Rich Hughes
    Wilson Kun Jimenez

    (2) = 0.5M ITB
    Fab Patricio
    Doherty Alonso Robbo Duffy AWB
    Sterling Hazard Ramsey Rich Billing
    Wilson Kun Jimenez

    (3) = 0.3M ITB
    Fab Hamer
    Doherty Alonso Robbo Duffy AWB
    Sterling Hazard Mane Kenedy Billing
    Wilson Kun Jimenez

    1. Tommyg
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      9 days, 14 hours ago

      Don't fancy any pool players? Got an amazing run soon.

      1

      1. SUPER MOKH
        • 2 Years
        9 days, 14 hours ago

        Mane is in the lineup 3 actually

    2. Giggs-Tosun Particle
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      9 days, 8 hours ago

      2 if only because no to TAA and yes to Rich

  5. Demel
    • 7 Years
    9 days, 14 hours ago

    When looking at replies to a post you make, which of these do you find important in the person who replies?

    A) A Grav
    B) A FFS number badge (if so, how many years?)
    C) Current rank (Do you check?)
    D) Historical ranks (Do you check?)
    E) A regular/familiar name

    Or do you just treat each reply equally and solely judge by the content of the reply?

    1. Holmes
      • 5 Years
      9 days, 14 hours ago

      judge content of reply

      though E is important sometime, like replies from Jafooli has to be assessed first 😛

      1. Holmes
        • 5 Years
        9 days, 14 hours ago

        for some left field thought process and picks, i look forward to replies from few specific names...

    2. Bullet Eder
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      9 days, 14 hours ago

      I read quite a lot on site and I think you get a fairly good idea of which users offer opinions/thoughts worth listening to on a regular basis, regardless of points A to E. A grav does help though!

    3. bhunasallround
      9 days, 14 hours ago

      f) pay to win member

    4. Tommyg
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      9 days, 14 hours ago

      Without any bias to my own longevity, if you've been part of this community for more than 5 years your either a sucker for punishment or you have a decent idea about FF and how to play it and arent just here to wind people up. So for me it:

      B
      E
      D

      The rest isnt so important. Current rank can be misleading, especially at the start of a season.

    5. Rhinos
      • 5 Years
      9 days, 14 hours ago

      i respect the reply of anyone who replies to this simpy coz it shows they read other posts. Rarely if ever check rank unless they're being cocky and those particular dimwits never link anyway

      1. Tommyg
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 9 Years
        9 days, 14 hours ago

        Updated link* On some right numpty.

      2. Makaveli Utd
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        9 days, 14 hours ago

        How do you link your team?

        1. Tommyg
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 9 Years
          9 days, 14 hours ago

          Go to profile, website and put in the URL from your history page.

    6. Makaveli Utd
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      9 days, 14 hours ago

      Surely the content of the comment matters more than any of the above.

    7. Limited & Mediocre Mana…
      • 2 Years
      9 days, 14 hours ago

      I don't ever ask about my team because I have no clue on the other person's thought process. Without that, I think their answer is largely meaningless.

    8. FPL Mountaineer
      9 days, 14 hours ago

      I always believe it is naive to judge a person's comments based on their history of playing the game. With more experience, one can improve their game and change their approach.

      1. Giggs-Tosun Particle
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 1 Year
        9 days, 8 hours ago

        It's like Keith Chegwin saying "size doesn't matter"

    9. Giggs-Tosun Particle
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      9 days, 8 hours ago

      Normally only listen to the reply if it supports the decision I've already made and ignore it otherwise.

      Taking advice on here has only led to regret, while shunning it has only led to joy/smugness

    10. fclackless [balegium]
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      9 days, 8 hours ago

      Polite and coherent is always good

  6. Gunner Boy
    • 3 Years
    9 days, 14 hours ago

    Current backline for next GW:

    Ederson
    Luiz Bennett (Shaw, AWB, Stankovic)

    Which is better?

    A- Play AWB
    B- Play Shaw
    C- Shaw > Mendy (-4)
    D- Shaw > Robertson (-4)

    1. jtreble
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      9 days, 14 hours ago

      C/D for me. Edge goes to Robertson over GW9 - 19.

    2. GaabRop
      9 days, 14 hours ago

      D, good to have Liverpool defence for next couple of fixtures so worth a hit

  7. TaiwanHC
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 2 Years
    9 days, 14 hours ago

    Is having both Patricio and Doherty too much?

    1. LM
      • 4 Years
      9 days, 14 hours ago

      no

    2. nisag17
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      9 days, 14 hours ago

      No. Its worked a treat over the last two gameweeks for me. Personally I am now getting rid of Patricio and getting in Jonny.

    3. FPL Mountaineer
      9 days, 14 hours ago

      No, you can't say that. Both play in different positions. So you can expect save points from Patricio and attacking returns from Doherty.

  8. DAVESAVES
    • 1 Year
    9 days, 14 hours ago

    Pickford
    Alonso Robertson Trippier
    Hazard Mane Moura Richarlison
    Mitrovic Aguero Ings

    Foster AWB Shaw Stephens

    2FT 1.1ItB got Wildcard

    Thinking:
    -Shaw and Ings out for Doherty and King/Wilson (placeholder for Arnautovic til gw11).
    -Moura out for Maddison/Siggy gw10 (or now?)
    -Trippier out for Mendy soon.
    -Pickford, Foster, Stephens out on WC

    I know its early but does it sounds good? Cheers

    1. FPL Mountaineer
      9 days, 13 hours ago

      Keep faith in Ings. He has been very attacking. Should have scored against Chelsea and he has easy fixtures to come. Doherty is a good option in defence.

  9. LM
    • 4 Years
    9 days, 14 hours ago

    Ederson (Hamer)
    Bennett Alonso Robbo Mendy (AWB)
    Hazard Maddison Rich (Fraser, 4.5m)
    Aguero Kane Arnautovic

    Reposting this as still stuck

    A. Kane, Kun, Fraser to Laca, Salah, Mitro
    B. Kane, Fraser to Salah, 5,4m forward
    C. Kane to Laca
    D. Save

    First to 3 wins

    1. DAVESAVES
      • 1 Year
      9 days, 14 hours ago

      D

  10. TaiwanHC
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 2 Years
    9 days, 14 hours ago

    Pick one (2 FTs):

    A. Foster + Trippier —> Patricio + Robertson
    B. Trippier + Ings —> TAA + Mitro/Arnie
    C. Trippier —> Robertson and save one FT

    Thanks guys!

  11. XabiAlonso
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 3 Years
    9 days, 14 hours ago

    How does this wildcard version look
    Pat 4.0
    Robbo Alonso Mendy Trip 4.0
    Salah hazard richarlison 4.5 4.5
    Aguero Arnie Wilson

    1. Miguel Sanchez
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      9 days, 14 hours ago

      That bench won't serve you well during the Xmas fixture pile up but guess that can be worked on with FTs before it gets there

      1. XabiAlonso
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 3 Years
        9 days, 14 hours ago

        I'd just sort out along the way if need be but they are all regular players besides the sub goalie.

    2. nisag17
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      9 days, 14 hours ago

      Really like that team.

      1. XabiAlonso
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 3 Years
        9 days, 14 hours ago

        Cheers nisag, just missing some arsenal really

    3. ZoumasBloomers
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • Has Moderation Rights
      • 1 Year
      9 days, 14 hours ago

      Think I'd rather Mitro than Wilson for the upcoming spells

      1. XabiAlonso
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 3 Years
        9 days, 14 hours ago

        Just out of my price reach. Would need to downgrade someone to fit him in

        1. XabiAlonso
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 3 Years
          9 days, 14 hours ago

          Could have schurlie in mid instead of Wilson up top

  12. camarozz
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 4 Years
    9 days, 13 hours ago

    I know Aguero has Burnley nxt but can we ignore Lacazette 's form??

    Aguero ➡️ Lacazette

    Son ➡️ Salah 2fts??

    Always planned a way back for Salah when I got rid for Hazard on WC

  13. Klein
    • 3 Years
    9 days, 11 hours ago

    How is this for wc?
    Pat hamar
    Mendy robbie doherty zabaleta awb
    Salah hazz mane knock hogberg
    Kun mitro wilson

  14. Yankee Toffee
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 3 Years
    9 days, 2 hours ago

    Dilva to Richa?
    Mitro to Wilson?

    Ederson, Hamer
    Alonso, TAA, Bennett, Doherty, WB
    Mane, Fraser, Dilva, Hazard, Holjberg
    Kun, Laca, Mitro

    2FT, 0.4itb