Scout Squad

The Scout Squad – FPL Gameweek 9

The Scout Squad panel are putting their faith in Liverpool and Manchester City in Gameweek 8.

They are back yet again with their nominations for which players they believe should end the week in the esteemed Scout Picks selection.

Paul, Joe, Az and Peter, all with excellent Fantasy Premier League records, have given their thoughts on their choices.

We will be whittling down their 72 nominations into an XI-man side on Friday restricted to a budget of £83m and with no more than three players from the same club.

Paul Joe Az Peter
GK Rui Patricio Ederson Alisson Rui Patricio
Asmir Begovic Rui Patricio Rui Patricio Martin Dubravka
Martin Dubravka Alisson Martin Dubravka Asmir Begovic
DF Benjamin Mendy Benjamin Mendy Benjamin Mendy Andrew Robertson
Matt Doherty Andrew Robertson Andrew Robertson Benjamin Mendy
Andrew Robertson Matt Doherty Matt Doherty Matt Doherty
Michael Keane Lucas Digne Aymeric Laporte Trent Alexander-Arnold
DeAndre Yedlin DeAndre Yedlin Lucas Digne Lucas Digne
MF Raheem Sterling Raheem Sterling Raheem Sterling Raheem Sterling
Mohamed Salah Mohamed Salah Eden Hazard Mohamed Salah
Gylfi Sigurdsson Gylfi Sigurdsson Mohamed Salah Eden Hazard
Ryan Fraser Eden Hazard Ryan Fraser Richarlison
Josh Murphy Aaron Ramsey Richarlison Ryan Fraser
FW Sergio Aguero Sergio Aguero Sergio Aguero Sergio Aguero
Alexandre Lacazette Alexandre Lacazette Alexandre Lacazette Alexandre Lacazette
Callum Wilson Jamie Vardy Aleksandar Mitrovic Callum Wilson
Raúl Jiménez Aleksandar Mitrovic Roberto Firmino Raúl Jiménez
Aleksandar Mitrovic Callum Wilson Marko Arnautovic Aleksandar Mitrovic

Most popular picks: Rui Patricio, Benjamin Mendy, Andrew Robertson, Matt Doherty, Raheem Sterling, Mohamed Salah, Sergio Aguero, Alexandre Lacazette, Aleksandar Mitrovic (four), Martin Dubravka, Eden Hazard, Ryan Fraser, Callum Wilson (three)

Paul said…

“The fitness of Mohamed Salah and Ryan Fraser is certain to play a significant part in shaping our final XI.

“Both are obvious picks for our midfield at either end of the price scale, with Fraser an ideal enabler at home to Southampton.

“As usual, though, I will highlight a couple of overlooked picks that merit some consideration.

“Everton’s Michael Keane could be a handy differential for the visit of Crystal Palace.

“The centre-half is owned by 1.3%, yet has averaged 4.7 points per match and already has a goal and assist in six league outings.

“That attacking threat is underlined by the statistics; Keane is the leading defender for efforts in the box, with a total of 12.

“Crucially, all of those attempts have been headers from set-pieces, and with Gylfi Sigurdsson on free-kicks and corners, Keane’s aerial threat will be a big danger to The Eagles at Goodison Park.

“It’s something of a rarity to back the Cardiff attack but a visit from Fulham’s obliging defence bodes well for Josh Murphy.

“Since returning to the teamsheet in Gameweek 7, the left winger’s total of nine shots on goal in the last two rounds of matches is ranked second overall.

“Murphy also scored The Bluebirds’ only goal in those matches and now faces the only side yet to record a clean sheet.

“Fulham’s weakness on the right can also work to his advantage – only two teams have conceded more chances down that side of the pitch.”

Joe said…

“The first week back after an international break can be a tricky for Fantasy managers as injuries conspire to destroy best laid plans.

“Doubts over Ryan Fraser’s fitness mean I have turned instead to his team-mate Callum Wilson for Bournemouth attacking coverage against a Southampton side that has shipped 14 goals and has the second worst record for conceding big chances (21).

Mohamed Salah is another injury doubt, but I’m willing to bet he’ll feature for the Reds’ easy road trip to Huddersfield, who have conceded 17 times.

“Elsewhere I’m banking on a goal fest at The Emirates on Monday when Leicester visit Arsenal. Over their last two encounters 11 goals have been scored, which sees each of their key attackers, Alexandre Lacazette for the Gunners and Jamie Vardy for the Foxes, take two of my forward spots.

“I’d like to see both selected alongside Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero, who squares up to a Burnley side that has shipped a league high 161 shots.

“With the Clarets backline proving so obliging I’ve named Raheem Sterling as my top choice midfielder. As discussed on this week’s Scoutcast, he is not only equalling his goal threat of last season but also proving far more creative this term.

“Everton assets also figure prominently, at home to Crystal Palace outfit that has scored just five times this season. I’m backing Toffees left back Lucas Digne to prosper. Since nailing down a starting berth in Gameweek 4 he is ranked second for chances created and fourth for shots among defenders. His seven corners over that spell also add to his appeal. The Merseysiders’ set piece specialist Gylfi Sigurdsson also earns a place as he chases his third double-digit FPL points haul in a row.”

Az said…

“There are two standout games this week for arguably the best two teams in the league. Man City host Burnley while Liverpool travel to Huddersfield and I think both sides will register big wins.

“For me, Man City have the best chance of a whitewash, which puts their assets at the top of my defenders, midfielders and forwards lists.

“Liverpool have struggled slightly of late and, while you can argue that they have played some of the top sides, the chances they have missed are causes for concern.

“They just don’t seem to be as confident as they were at the start of the season, and I wonder if Huddersfield, against all odds, can frustrate them on Saturday.

“Injury doubts to some of their top players and the form of replacement options such as Shaqiri and Sturridge mean that, in my own team, I am going without Liverpool attacking coverage – and I am okay with that.

Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah do make my Scout Squad list. If Salah plays, of course, he can deliver returns but he will need a couple of goals at least to justify his price. Firmino looks a safer option as he’s about the only player who hasn’t picked up an injury.

“Outside of these games, Bournemouth have a good looking match against Southampton, and Wolves play Watford who were soundly beaten before the international break. They will also be without Jose Holebas, reducing their threat.

“Comfortable home wins for Bournemouth and Wolves also seem likely so the main men of Matt Doherty and Ryan Fraser seem like great picks this week.

“Cardiff host Fulham, in a game that will surely feature goals aplenty. I’m a happy Aleksandar Mitrovic owner going into this one, after his goals for Serbia over the international break.

“I’ve also found space for Marko Arnautovic as I think West Ham will cause Spurs some problems.

“The Hammers will be keen to make up for their poor result against Brighton from Gameweek 8, even if it feels like a lifetime ago.

“Lots of Fantasy managers are moving for Alexandre Lacazette, and I do wonder if I am guilty of overlooking him as I replace Harry Kane with Sergio Aguero in my own team. The Arsenal man’s Monday night game against Leicester has the potential to feature goals at both ends of the pitch.”

Peter said…

“With form and fixtures in their favour, there’s some familiar names from my Liverpool and Manchester City contingents this week, as well as triple-ups from a couple of “’esser‘ lights. I’ve also included a handful of yellow-flagged players in the hope that we will receive definitive news either way on their international break ‘injuries’ prior to the deadline.

“Burnley have apparently faced the toughest opening eight Gameweeks, particularly when burdened with a brief European adventure too, but it is hard to ignore that they rank bottom for goal attempts conceded and face the team ranked top for efforts. I’ll have a Citizen from each position, please, in the form of forgiven man Benjamin Mendy, the increasingly popular Raheem Sterling and the well-rested Sergio Agüero. Aymeric Laporte seems a safe bet for anyone unwilling to gamble upon Mendy’s security of start.

Mohamed Salah clearly hasn’t punished non-owners recently, or indeed generally this season. He is still getting and creating the chances though and the Terriers (who have already haemorrhaged 17 goals this season) could be the fall guys for the Egyptian’s return to the points this week, assuming he is passed fit. I’ve backed the second meanest defence to keep out the side with the worst Expected Goals figures in the league by selecting Andrew Robertson alongside Trent Alexander-Arnold. As with City, people may favour the safety of a centre-half (Virgil van Dijk) over the potential of the fullback (Alexander-Arnold).

“I somehow managed to bench Callum Wilson’s haul last week and, despite the fact that past points don’t guarantee future performance, that probably influences his selection this week. Ryan Fraser (if fit) will be looking to supply the ammunition against a Saints side which has conceded more big chances this season (21) than every side bar Fulham (25). My confidence in Bournemouth’s home form is reflected in the fact that Asmir Begović completes my Cherries’ trio albeit as my third choice keeper.

As a Forest fan, I witnessed Wolves tear up the Championship last year and, so far, they are more than meeting pre-season expectations of stepping up to the higher level. Defensively, Nuno’s men have looked particularly impressive, ranking in the top four for most of the key defensive statistics and prompting me to bring in Rui Patrício and the marauding Matt Doherty this week. Raúl Jiménez has been ticking over nicely in the budget bracket recording consistent, if not explosive, returns over the last four Gameweeks and the Mexican lines up against a reshuffled Watford defensive due to suspensions for José Holebas and Christian Kabasele and with Daryl Janmaat side-lined through injury.”

The Community Champion

This week’s champion is FPL Mountaineer, who has finished inside the top 100k in two of his last three campaigns, and currently ranks 442,082 in the world.

The community champion who has the best lead over the Scouts during 2018/19 will win a £100 Amazon voucher (currently we can only offer Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.com vouchers).

Gameweek 8’s champion, Hazard is an FPL legend (ConteClub), lost out to our Scout Picks 53-44 with his 5-3-2 line-up of De Gea (3); Trippier (7), Rose (6), Smalling (1), Shaw (0), Alonso (6); Hazard (14), Pereyra (2); Kane (1), Vardy (2), Deeney (2).

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  1. Tsparkes10
    1 month, 14 hours ago

    Schmeical
    TAA, Alonso, Doherty,
    Fraser, Haz, Salah, Lucas
    Vardy, Kun, Jimenez

    (Speroni, AWB, Kabasele, H-Odoi)

    0.5 itb 2 FT.

    Kabasele, Lucas to Mendy, Hughes/Knockeart? Thoughts on this and which under 5.8 mil to go for... cheers

    1. Totti
      • 2 Years
      1 month, 14 hours ago

      who would you bench then?

      1. Tsparkes10
        1 month, 14 hours ago

        Mendy for Lucas and possibly Knockeart for Fraser if injured

        1. Totti
          • 2 Years
          1 month, 14 hours ago

          this is a good idea
          go ahead

          1. Tsparkes10
            1 month, 14 hours ago

            Cheers, think i will

    2. PascalCygan
      1 month, 14 hours ago

      That looks a really strong side. The only player I'd consider changing is Schmeichel maybe? Cheaper keepers with more points potential out there.

      1. Tsparkes10
        1 month, 14 hours ago

        Cheers. You mean after this week? Leicester fixtures are decent so ill stick with him for now i guess

        1. PascalCygan
          1 month, 14 hours ago

          Fair enough, I meant this week but that's only a minor point and the fixtures are pretty good (I have Chilwell for that reason).

          1. Tsparkes10
            1 month, 14 hours ago

            Yhh, ill stick. Ty though

      2. Warby84
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 3 Years
        1 month, 14 hours ago

        But after Arsenal, Leicester fixtures ease up, and Schmeichel is a brilliant shot stopper, and great on penalties as we saw in the World Cup for Denmark

        1. Tsparkes10
          1 month, 14 hours ago

          Yup. You think im doing right then?

          1. Warby84
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 3 Years
            1 month, 14 hours ago

            Yeah, Leicester Defence not great but I’m sure they will get better, I’m after Chilwell next week..

    3. Warby84
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      1 month, 14 hours ago

      H-Odoi is rotting on your bench, I suppose you still have your Wildcard??

      1. Tsparkes10
        1 month, 14 hours ago

        Yup. Not touched 2nd bench spot never mind 3rd so he's just saving me money atm

  2. PascalCygan
    1 month, 14 hours ago

    Injuries have struck for me. I was going to bring Aguero back in for Kane but Mane and Zaha (who I was going to ship out soon) are doubts.

    What would you do with this?

    1FT 1.1ITB

    Ederson (Hamer)
    Alonso / TAA / R Bennett (Wan-Bis / Chilwell)
    Hazard / Mane / Richarlison / Maddison (Hojbjerg)
    Kane / Mitro / Zaha

    Cheers!

    1. Totti
      • 2 Years
      1 month, 14 hours ago

      kane to aguero
      or
      zaha to arna
      or
      kane to lacazette and upgrade on from the midfielders to sterling

      1. PascalCygan
        1 month, 14 hours ago

        Nice one, thanks. I like that third option.

    2. BERGKOP
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 7 Years
      1 month, 14 hours ago

      Await Pool presser on Mane. His fixtures are great.

      Zaha -> Arnie.

      1. PascalCygan
        1 month, 14 hours ago

        Ta. And Kane might be worth holding on to v West Ham?

        1. BERGKOP
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 7 Years
          1 month, 14 hours ago

          Yeah, I think so. But ship him shortly imo

    3. PascalCygan
      1 month, 14 hours ago

      Kane and Zaha to Aguero and Firmino?

      1. yakirh
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 2 Years
        1 month, 14 hours ago

        This

    4. Bialystrzelec
      • 2 Years
      1 month, 14 hours ago

      Zaha > Arnie

  3. niloh1
    • 3 Years
    1 month, 14 hours ago

    hey guys, currently on wc, which team do you like better

    a) fab foster
    alonso mendy taa wb bennett
    salah haz maddison fraser 4.3 mid
    aguero arnie mitro

    b) fab foster
    alonso taa doherty wb bennett
    salah haz richarlison fraser hojberg
    aguero vardy jimenez

    1. Totti
      • 2 Years
      1 month, 14 hours ago

      A
      but get patricio instead of foster

    2. Visionaries
      • 2 Years
      1 month, 14 hours ago

      A is a very nice team, but with Patricio

  4. Visionaries
    • 2 Years
    1 month, 14 hours ago

    2 FT's
    Depending on injury news, best moves?

    A Kane & Mane > Salah & Vardy
    B Vertoghen & Kane > Robertson & Vardy/Laca
    C Vertoghen & Holebas > TAA & Pereira/Chilwell/Doherty

    1. Bialystrzelec
      • 2 Years
      1 month, 14 hours ago

      B

    2. yakirh
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      1 month, 14 hours ago

      Who do you have from Man City ?

      1. Visionaries
        • 2 Years
        1 month, 14 hours ago

        Just Aguero

        1. yakirh
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 2 Years
          1 month, 14 hours ago

          B with Laca

          1. Visionaries
            • 2 Years
            1 month, 14 hours ago

            Or Firmino?

  5. Bialystrzelec
    • 2 Years
    1 month, 14 hours ago

    2 FT / £3.3 ITB

    Patricio Hamer
    Alonso Trippier TAA Doherty AWB
    Hazard Mane Maddison Fraser Richarlison
    Aguero Mitrovic Jimenez

    I plan to ditch Trippier.

    Would you go for premium replacement (Robertson/Mendy) or cheaper Yedlin for rotation with Doherty.

    1. KUNingas
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      1 month, 13 hours ago

      Mendy

  6. Firmino
    • 3 Years
    1 month, 14 hours ago

    Pick one

    A) Maddison & Wilson
    B) Fraser & Arnautovic

    Drop one

    1) Alonso
    2) Mendy
    3) Robertson

    got TAA already

    1. Bialystrzelec
      • 2 Years
      1 month, 14 hours ago

      B
      1

  7. Corgzzzz
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 3 Years
    1 month, 14 hours ago

    if it was any other player, Sterling 180 mins in midweek, and CL game next week would rule him out, plus you have Aguero, BSilva, KDB, Mahrez and Gun who have had two weeks off in the sun and fully rested ???......Are we sure he is even going to play ??

    1. lespaul
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      1 month, 1 hour ago

      B silva played international . So did mahrez

  8. Corgzzzz
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 3 Years
    1 month, 14 hours ago

    Yay.....Arnie confirmed 100% and raring to go..........

    1. Pompel
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 4 Years
      1 month, 13 hours ago

      .. but watch his knee 😕

  9. EWH2020
    • 4 Years
    1 month, 13 hours ago

    a) Mitro to Aguero
    b) Wilson to Aguero

  10. balint84
    • 2 Years
    1 month, 13 hours ago

    captain Kane or Salah?

    1. Irbox ⚽
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 13 hours ago

      Mo

    2. ZICO SENNA
      • 7 Years
      1 month, 13 hours ago

      Kane

  11. EWH2020
    • 4 Years
    1 month, 13 hours ago

    Start who:

    a) Maddison
    b) Pereira

    1. balint84
      • 2 Years
      1 month, 13 hours ago

      the midfielder

  12. Mackans
    1 month, 13 hours ago

    RMWCT

    Patricio (Button)
    Alonso Trent Doherty (Zabaleta) (AWB)
    Salah Hazard Richarlison Fraser (Obiang)
    Agüero Lacazette Jimenez

  13. EWH2020
    • 4 Years
    1 month, 13 hours ago

    a) Mitro/Wilson to Aguero
    b) D Silva to Sterling

    1. Bialystrzelec
      • 2 Years
      1 month, 13 hours ago

      B, no brainer

    2. Paddington Bear
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 13 hours ago

      A is my frontline. So I’ll say B

  14. Holteenderinthesky
    1 month, 13 hours ago

    Thoughts on Transfers? 2FT, 2.4ITB with a rank inside the top 4k.

    Bettinelli
    Alonso, TAA, Trippier, Doherty
    Hazard, Richarlson, Fraser,
    Aguero (C), Kane, Mitro,

    Hart, Knockhaert, WB, Ward

    Was going to bring Salah back in but now he is a doubt I'm massively unsure what to do.

  15. DortmundisLove
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 3 Years
    1 month, 12 hours ago

    Defensive stat for the opponents of the big 4 captaincy options this gameweek (Kane, Hazard, Aguero and Salah)

    West Ham average home defensive stats
    xG Conceded: 1.1 (7th best home record)
    Goals Conceded: 1 (6th best home record)
    Goal Attempts Conceded: 13.5
    Rank of opponents at home (based on current table): 6

    Burnley average away defensive stats:
    xG Conceded: 1.73 (12th best record)
    Goals Conceded: 1.5 (9th best record)
    Goal Attempts Conceded: 23.25 (Worst record)
    Rank of opponents (based on current table): 12.75

    Manchester United average away defensive stats:
    xG Conceded: 1.3 (10th best record)
    Goals Conceded: 1.75 (16th best record)
    Goal Attempts Conceded: 9.25 (4th best record)
    Rank of opponents (based on current table): 10.50

    Huddersfield average home defensive stats:
    xG Conceded: 1.38 (9th best record)
    Goals Conceded: 1.5 (14th best record)
    Goal Attempts Conceded: 11 (9th best record)
    Rank of opponents (based on current table): 9.25

    Maverick shout for a Bournemouth attacker captaincy. They are 2nd for goals and expected goals at home:
    Southampton average away defensive stats:
    xG Conceded: 1.8 (16th best record)
    Goals Conceded: 1.75 (17th best record)
    Goal Attempts Conceded: 14.75 (12th best record)
    Rank of opponents (based on current table): 9

  16. ElliotJHP
    • 6 Years
    1 month, 12 hours ago

    Tomorrow has all the feelings of an Alonso masterclass

    1. ElliotJHP
      • 6 Years
      1 month, 12 hours ago

      *Saturday even my word

  17. JimJoshBoy
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    1 month, 12 hours ago

    Really considering switching Hazard for Sterling just for this week and then switching back next week.

    Have 2FT with no other moves I want to make.

    What do you think?

    1. stat
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      1 month, 12 hours ago

      Crazy move to make.
      Hazard has a good chance of doing well against Man Utd, and is pretty much guaranteed to start and won't be subbed off early.
      Sterling played 180 mins in the IB and although I expect him to start, that could impact his minutes with the CL game a few days later.
      You'll also probably lose value on Hazard depending on when you bought him.

    2. Maximus Bonimus Pointimus
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      1 month, 12 hours ago

      I'd really advise against these types of one week punt moves at the best of times, let alone with a premium asset like Hazard. Sometimes they work, sometimes they don't, but there's so much variance in any one gameweek you're opening yourself up to a big old points deficit.

    3. JimJoshBoy
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      1 month, 11 hours ago

      Fair plays.

      Cheers for the advice. Ill stay put

      Just get antsy with 2 FT's and no moves

      1. Maximus Bonimus Pointimus
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 8 Years
        1 month, 11 hours ago

        If you've literally nothing else to do with FT, and aren't losing any signficant TV from it, you could try it & it could work, but I wouldn't be in favour of it personally!

  18. nygunner
    • 5 Years
    1 month, 11 hours ago

    RMT:

    Patrício
    Mendy • Doherty • TAA
    Brooks • Haz • Sterling • Richarlison
    Wilson • Agüero (c) • Lacca

    Subs: Fabianski•Duffy•Zaha•Holberg

    1. nygunner
      • 5 Years
      1 month, 11 hours ago

      *Zabaleta, not Zaha

  19. Athletic Nasherbo
    • 1 Year
    1 month, 11 hours ago

    How likely is Mane going to play?

    Exact money to get Sterling in but that won’t be an option for when Klopp has his presser tomorrow. Awful situation I find myself in.

  20. Lestat
    • 8 Years
    1 month, 10 hours ago

    A - Mendy and Fraser

    or

    B - Laporte and Richarlison

    ??

  21. Grimbo89
    • 4 Years
    1 month, 8 hours ago

    I’ve done the swop both players price will change tonight and you will be .2 out otherwise

  22. Grimbo89
    • 4 Years
    1 month, 8 hours ago

    Loving my team at mo got 2 transfers to use in the top 20k team value over 104m best start I’ve made although did finish top 4K last year

    Hennessy
    Alonso Trippier Robbo
    Sterling Moura Fraser hazard
    Serg. Wilson. Vardy

    Hamer, Bennett, billing, Awb

    Thinking next week to swop moura & Vardy To Mane and Murray what you reckon

  23. charliej66
    1 month, 5 hours ago

    My team is looking rather scrambled I feel like I have to do something to stay on top 1k. I wanted to put Mané in but it looks like he’s injured. One ft what should I do?
    6.1 million in the bank
    Team
    Patrício Hamer
    Alonso Trippier Shaw Bennet W-B
    Hazard Richarlison Fraser Billing 4.5
    Kane Lacazette Arnie

  24. Tikka MoSalah
    • 2 Years
    1 month, 5 hours ago

    Not owning Sterling or Aguero, with the Salah injury doubts as well makes for a difficult captain choice this weekend:
    A) Salah (hud)
    B) De Bruyne/Sane (BUR) - to be brought in for Mane should he be confirmed out in Klopp's PC tomorrow
    C) Kane (whu)
    D) Ozil (LEI)

    Poor four to have to choose from imo

    1. Tikka MoSalah
      • 2 Years
      1 month, 5 hours ago

      Fail - two new posts since this one lmao

  25. jtlk2002
    29 days, 22 hours ago

    Hi guys, currently on WC. Please kindly rate my team.

    Patricio
    Mendy, Robertson, Doherty
    Hazard, Josh Murphy, Sigurdsson, Sterling
    Mitrovic, WIlson, Lacazette

    Fabianski, TAA, Maddison, Alonso
    0.8 in the bank

    Thanks.

  26. Norfolk&Chance
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 4 Years
    29 days, 14 hours ago

    guys, ive not done a transfer since gw6... annoying me..pls help gents

    Patricio
    Mendy/Alonso/Doherty
    Haz / Salah / DSilva / Fraser
    Wilson / Kun / Ings

    (Buton / Bennett/ Ward / AWB) 2FT / £1.3itb

    Fraser to Schurrle / Maddi / Richarlison?
    Ings to Mitrovic?
    Alonso out for Robertson?

    cheers!

  27. jjandellis
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 1 Year
    29 days, 1 hour ago

    Thoughts on Trippier & Pogba OUT

    Replace with either:
    Richarlison & Trent Alexander (I already have Robertson)
    or
    Shaqiri & Trent alexander
    or
    One of the 2 midfielders with Mendy