Scout Notes

Sane and van Dijk on the scoresheet ahead of Gameweek 13

We continue our international break coverage with a look back at the matches contested on Monday that involved Fantasy Premier League players.

The article below rounds up the minutes played, goals, assists and injury news concerning these Fantasy assets, with a particular focus on some of the more widely owned FPL picks.

Germany 2-2 The Netherlands

  • Antonio Rudiger (£6.0m) – 90 minutes
  • Leroy Sane (£9.2m) – 80 minutes
  • Bernd Leno (£4.8m) – 0 minutes
  • Virgil van Dijk (£6.0m) – 90 minutes
  • Georginio Wijnaldum (£5.5m) – 60 minutes
  • Nathan Ake (£5.0m) – 0 minutes
  • Patrick van Aanholt (£5.4m) – 0 minutes

Virgil van Dijk‘s last-minute volley rescued a point for the Netherlands in Gelsenkirchen, a result that sent the Dutch through to the semi-finals of the UEFA Nations League.

Van Dijk had been deployed as a makeshift centre-forward as the Netherlands attempted to claw back a two-goal deficit and the Liverpool stopper popped up with a late leveller to highlight his ability in the opposition box, albeit an aptitude that has been frustratingly unfulfilled in the Premier League since moving to Anfield earlier this year – van Dijk is still yet to score a top-flight goal for the Reds.

Indeed, van Dijk’s last Premier League strike was for Southampton in December 2016. Since then, he has had 37 attempts on goal without finding the back of the net in the English top tier.

Georginio Wijnaldum, who played the first hour of this match, had earlier credited his club colleague for his impact on the Liverpool backline:

I think Virgil has made a difference in the last line because he is a good defender, a big defender. He is an extra man who can defend set-pieces as well.

He is a leader in the last line who not only helps himself with his quality but also the players next to him and so he really helps the team.

But it is not only Virgil, the team helps him also – the players who play next to him or in front of him and the goalkeeper too because we all have to communicate with each other and help each other.

It is good teamwork that makes us do things so well, but of course he has made a real difference since he came.

For much of the evening, van Dijk, Wijnaldum and co. had it tough. Germany were worthy of their 2-0 lead and the Dutch barely had a sniff, not registering their first shot on target until the 56th minute.

Van Dijk and Matthijs de Ligt, so impressive against France last week, had a more difficult evening at centre-back as Germany’s front three – which included Leroy Sane – troubled them with their movement.

Sane played on the left of that attacking trio in a 3-4-3 and scored his second Germany goal in as many games when doubling Die Mannschaft’s lead on 19 minutes – the Manchester City winger collecting a Toni Kroos pass and firing a deflected strike past Dutch goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen.

Sane’s goal and performance sets him up nicely for a period of Premier League games in which he could be featuring more prominently, given Pep Guardiola’s previous reliance on the young midfielder whenever Benjamin Mendy (£6.4m) has been unavailable in the past.

Antonio Rudiger played the whole match as part of Joachim Low’s back three, while Bernd Leno was an unused substitute for the hosts. Patrick van Aanholt and Nathan Ake‘s Fantasy owners would also have been delighted to see the defensive pair remain on the bench for the entirety of the game.

Denmark 0-0 Republic of Ireland

  • Zanka (£4.4m) – 90 minutes
  • Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (£4.5m) – 90 minutes
  • Christian Eriksen (£9.2m) – 45 minutes
  • Jannik Vestergaard (£4.7m) – 0 minutes
  • Andreas Christensen (£5.0m) – 0 minutes
  • Kasper Schmeichel (£5.0m) – 0 minutes
  • Kevin Long (£4.2m) – 90 minutes
  • Shane Duffy (£4.7m) – 90 minutes
  • Seamus Coleman (£5.2m) – 90 minutes
  • Cyrus Christie (£4.2m) – 90 minutes
  • Jeff Hendrick (£5.3m) – 90 minutes
  • Robbie Brady (£5.4m) – 66 minutes
  • Michael Obafemi (£5.0m) – 10 minutes
  • Harry Arter (£4.9m) – 0 minutes

Seamus Coleman, Shane Duffy and Kevin Long somehow emerged from this UEFA Nations League encounter in Aarhus with a clean sheet, despite Denmark’s almost total dominance in the match.

The Premier League-based trio saw plenty of action as Martin O’Neill adopted a cautious approach for this dead rubber, with the hosts having 26 shots on goal to Ireland’s three – though a Zanka header on 30 minutes was the only time either goalkeeper was tested in the whole match.

Duffy was perhaps the pick of Ireland’s players at the heart of a back three, with the Brighton defender warming up for the Gameweek 13 clash with Leicester City with a towering performance at centre-half and a second successive shut-out of the international break.

Coleman was once again used at left wing-back but was afforded precious few opportunities to get forward.

Robbie Brady, Jeff Hendrick and “out of position” Cyrus Christie were used as the central midfield three and it was Brady who had Ireland’s only two serious attempts on goal, the first a shot from inside the box on 13 minutes and the second a direct free-kick attempt 20 minutes later that whistled wide.

Those three midfielders were up against Christian Eriksen in the first half, the Tottenham Hotspur playmaker seeing a shot blocked by Duffy and then a free-kick creep just over before his withdrawal at the break.

No word has been forthcoming about the reason for his half-time substitution, but with nothing riding on this Nations League encounter with Ireland, it may well have been that Eriksen’s minutes were merely being managed after his recent recovery from an abdominal problem.

Eriksen was caught late by Duffy in the first half, though played on for another 20 minutes after that incident.

Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg joined Zanka in completing 90 minutes for the hosts, with Andreas Christensen and Jannik Vestergaard unused substitutes. Kasper Schmeichel was suspended for this encounter.

Harry Arter also failed to see any action for the second game running, though youngster Michael Obafemi made his competitive debut off the bench in the last ten minutes.

Liechtenstein 2-2 Armenia

  • Henrikh Mkhitaryan (£6.7m) – 90 minutes

Arsenal’s Armenian midfielder lasted the course of the game as his country rescued a late draw in Liechtenstein, a result that was immaterial as Macedonia topped their UEFA Nations League group.

Mkhitaryan captained his national team and was deployed in the hole, rather than wide on the right flank as he has been at Arsenal, registering a joint-high six shots on goal but ultimately ending the match without an attacking return.

The Czech Republic 1-0 Slovakia

  • Matej Vydra (£5.8m) – 64 minutes
  • Martin Dubravka (£5.0m) – 90 minutes

Martin Dubravka was beaten by one of just two shots on target he faced all night in Prague, though was left no chance with Patrick Schick’s chip on 32 minutes that condemned Slovakia to relegation from League B of the UEFA Nations League.

Matej Vydra lasted just over an hour on the right of midfield for the hosts but had minimal impact on the game.

Cyprus 0-2 Norway

  • Mohamed Elyounoussi (£6.2m) – 90 minutes
  • Alexander Sorloth (£4.8m) – 19 minutes
  • Stefan Johansen (£5.1m) – 0 minutes

Southampton’s Mohamed Elyounoussi was dismissed in stoppage time of this victory for Norway in Cyprus, a win that saw the Scandinavian nation qualify for the next stage of the UEFA Nations League.

Elyounoussi collected a second booking of the match with the clock ticking down and will now serve a suspension in the next international break in March.

The Saints midfielder, playing on the left of midfield, earlier had four shots on goal without success.

Alexander Sorloth had a night to forget too, blazing over with the goal gaping after coming on as a 71st-minute substitute.

Sorloth then had another glorious opportunity saved by the Cypriot goalkeeper.

Stefan Johansen was an unused substitute, meanwhile.

Round-up

Grady Diangana (£4.5m) made his international debut as he played 72 minutes of England under-20s’ 2-0 win over Germany.

The West Ham United winger lined up on the right of a front three and went close to opening the scoring with a jinking run and shot that found the side netting.

The youngster later forced the German goalkeeper into a save with an attempt from inside the box.

Despite being withdrawn at half-time in the 1-1 draw at Huddersfield Town in Gameweek 12, the suspension of Robert Snodgrass (£5.3m) this weekend may well mean that Diangana gets a stay of execution in the West Ham side for the visit of Manchester City.

Issa Diop (£4.3m) and Matteo Guendouzi (£4.5m) were both named on the bench in the France under-21s’ match against Spain last night.

Aron Gunnarsson (£4.4m) was an unused substitute as Iceland drew 2-2 with Qatar in an international friendly.

Meanwhile, club team-mate Nathaniel Mendez-Laing (£4.8m) made his comeback from injury for the Cardiff City under-23s. The Bluebirds’ winger played 68 minutes and was on the scoresheet in a 2-0 win over Watford.

Mendez-Laing’s recovery may soon put pressure on Josh Murphy (£4.8m) on the Cardiff flank.

Abdelhamid Sabiri (£4.3m) played the last nine minutes of the Germany under-21s’ win over their Italian counterparts.

READ MORE: Thursday’s international round-up: part one
READ MORE: Thursday’s international round-up: part two
READ MORE: Friday’s international round-up
READ MORE: Saturday’s international round-up
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READ MORE: Sunday’s international round-up: part two

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  1. Aromatic Spices
    • 1 Year
    26 days, 41 mins ago

    More Champions league luck for lolerpool with mbappe and Neymar off injured. Pure jam

    1. Slouch87 On The Up
      • 3 Years
      26 days, 39 mins ago

      What's the history of this luck then ?

      1. Aromatic Spices
        • 1 Year
        26 days, 36 mins ago

        Winning it in 05, route to the final last year (still couldn't win it) , all those terrible decisions against city.

        1. PUMPKINHEAD
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 9 Years
          26 days, 35 mins ago

          That was like 13 years ago.

          1. Aromatic Spices
            • 1 Year
            26 days, 33 mins ago

            Yer wan asked for history of CL luck so pretty sure I met the criteria there

            1. Slouch87 On The Up
              • 3 Years
              26 days, 28 mins ago

              I suppose that if you were to consider this through a very one dimensional , totally skewed and non objective basis then maybe you have a point.
              Fine if that's how you attempt to justify your drivel.

        2. Slouch87 On The Up
          • 3 Years
          26 days, 35 mins ago

          Yeah right. I'm not a Liverpool fan but you seriously need to get a grip.

          1. Aromatic Spices
            • 1 Year
            26 days, 31 mins ago

            It's not an entirely serious point 'slouch 87 on the up'. Maybe it's you that needs to get a grip.

            1. Slouch87 On The Up
              • 3 Years
              26 days, 27 mins ago

              Why continue to try and justify it then "aromatic spices" .

              1. Aromatic Spices
                • 1 Year
                26 days, 23 mins ago

                Where have I continued to try and justify it ye old bore? I stopped about ten minutes ago but you keep replying with boring drivel.

                1. Slouch87 On The Up
                  • 3 Years
                  26 days, 19 mins ago

                  So just for context your previous criticism of Liverpool is totally unconnected then ye old pillock.

                  https://www.fantasyfootballscout.co.uk/2018/11/13/watchlist-update-patricio-rises-with-wolves-fixture-swing/?hc_page=2&hc_sort_by=comment_date#hc_comment_19274027

                  1. Aromatic Spices
                    • 1 Year
                    26 days, 12 mins ago

                    If you're trawling through old messages for a completely inconsequential narrative, it's time to get a grip Slouch 87 On The Up.

                    1. Slouch87 On The Up
                      • 3 Years
                      26 days, 6 mins ago

                      I remembered your crap from before aromatic spices so no I don't have to trawl through old messages just retrieve it. "Completely inconsequential narrative " is confirmation of your delusion as you have other history in this regard too don't you ? Or are you additionally selectively an amnesiac ?

                      1. Aromatic Spices
                        • 1 Year
                        26 days ago

                        Got to start worrying if you can remember my weeks old posts which are intended to be light hearted banter and won't stand up to any factual scrutiny, Slouch 87 On The Up. There is no Liverpool narrative. There is no narrative for much in football. It's just banter and there's lots of it. It ain't going away. Now please get a grip.

        3. Old Man
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 7 Years
          26 days, 21 mins ago

          smacks of green eyed monster to me

    2. Fossit
      • 2 Years
      26 days, 37 mins ago

      AROMATIC SPICES... also available AROMATIC SALT

      1. Aromatic Spices
        • 1 Year
        26 days, 35 mins ago

        Nothing to be salty about really. One league Cup against Cardiff on penalties in a decade is v poor.

        1. Lord Tachanka - Thor:Wagner…
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 1 Year
          26 days, 20 mins ago

          Yet all we can see in your post is salty tears of jealousy.

          They have been having a lot of poor luck in the league though, as evidenced by a university study saying they had the worst luck (with Man U having the most luck coincidentally).

          1. Aromatic Spices
            • 1 Year
            26 days, 17 mins ago

            People living under communist regimes haven't had much luck over the years, on that topic.

    3. NIKO.
      • 1 Year
      26 days, 35 mins ago

      Clown

      1. Fantasy Gold
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        26 days, 11 mins ago

        This Aromatic Spices fella is a pretty funny.

        Credit where credit’s due.

        1. BUZZBOMB
          • 3 Years
          26 days, 7 mins ago

          Smelly replacement for Victoria Beckham.

          1. Aromatic Spices
            • 1 Year
            26 days, 4 mins ago

            Fragrant, please.

            1. BUZZBOMB
              • 3 Years
              26 days, 3 mins ago

              Hehe. Flagrant more like lol!

        2. NIKO.
          • 1 Year
          25 days, 23 hours ago

          😀

  2. altan8797
    • 2 Years
    26 days, 40 mins ago

    anyone else leaning through rich (c) option?

    1. Jellyfish
      • 6 Years
      26 days, 13 mins ago

      Yes

  3. Slouch87 On The Up
    • 3 Years
    26 days, 40 mins ago

    Woeful Scottish defending .

  4. BUZZBOMB
    • 3 Years
    26 days, 39 mins ago

    Which fire to put out first?

    Maddison to Rich
    Mendy to anyone...TAA, Doh (have RAM, Fab, Pat)
    Both -4?

    1. Better Call Salah
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 7 Years
      26 days, 38 mins ago

      Both

    2. AnyLaporteinastorm
      • 9 Years
      26 days, 13 mins ago

      Both

  5. luke25
    • 4 Years
    26 days, 39 mins ago

    Bottomed on last, tempted to WC,

    Would get rid of Mendy, Mane, Billing, Cairney Vardy and be bringing in Digne, Sterling, Richarlison, Paterson and Arnautovic?

    Is it worth it?

    Thanks

    1. AnyLaporteinastorm
      • 9 Years
      26 days, 13 mins ago

      Yup

  6. how now brown cow
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 4 Years
    26 days, 38 mins ago

    A - Mendy Wilson-> Alonso jiminez
    B - Mendy -> laporte
    C - Mendy-> taa (Have robbo)

    Have Doherty flagged too.

    1. how now brown cow
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 4 Years
      26 days, 22 mins ago

      Come on help us out.

      If I slag off Liverpool will I get more attention?

      They are Nivea pampered underachievers.

      1. how now brown cow
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        26 days, 17 mins ago

        Barry venison had terrible hair

        1. Johnny 8
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 5 Years
          26 days, 8 mins ago

          A for me. THE premium defender plus I believe Jimmy will keep pace with Wilson over the next few weeks.

          1. how now brown cow
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 4 Years
            26 days, 7 mins ago

            Thanks

    2. AnyLaporteinastorm
      • 9 Years
      26 days, 13 mins ago

      B

      1. how now brown cow
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        26 days, 7 mins ago

        Thanks

    3. dylano21
      • 1 Year
      26 days, 6 mins ago

      A

    4. fc_skrald
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      26 days, 5 mins ago

      A

  7. Holteenderinthesky
    26 days, 38 mins ago

    Alot of people looking at Everton defenders, me included, Keane/Digne etc. But is it now time to punt for Mina? The amount of goals he scores for a CB is crazy. And not many better at set pieces than siggy.

    1. luke25
      • 4 Years
      26 days, 36 mins ago

      Can we be sure of playing time? Only played against Chelsea due to Zouma being ineligible

    2. MTPockets
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      26 days, 36 mins ago

      Agree in terms of punt on an Everton defender, but will he play vs Zouma?

    3. Team Bobcat
      • 1 Year
      26 days, 34 mins ago

      If you are going to take a punt on an Everton defender then he is as good an option as Keane Digne for sure but still difficult to look past the experienced keane

      1. Warby84
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 3 Years
        26 days, 30 mins ago

        Keane was so bad last year..

    4. AuFeld
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      26 days, 32 mins ago

      Siggy fit to play?

    5. Holteenderinthesky
      26 days, 30 mins ago

      Definitely can't be sure. But do Everton spend 30m on a CB not to play when he is fully fit? Keeps a clean sheet against Chelsea as well, which can't harm his chances of staying in the team.

      1. how now brown cow
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        26 days, 28 mins ago

        Wasn't Keane £30m too?

        1. Holteenderinthesky
          26 days, 26 mins ago

          Wasn't under Silva though, didn't they try all summer for Mina?

        2. Holteenderinthesky
          26 days, 26 mins ago

          Plus I think it would be Zouma who would drop out not Keane

    6. AnyLaporteinastorm
      • 9 Years
      26 days, 12 mins ago

      Risky

  8. BenDavies
    • 5 Years
    26 days, 38 mins ago

    Israel score. 3-2. One more and Israel are promoted.

  9. Team Bobcat
    • 1 Year
    26 days, 37 mins ago

    Which of the following two defensive combos would you prefer considering the busy festive period.

    a) Hart Fabianski Laporte (0.2itb)

    b) Ederson Hamer Balbuana (0.9itb)

    Other city cover is Kun.

    Help to also choose a city mid to pair with the kun and def??

    1. Mahrez
    2. Sane
    3. BSilva
    4. DSilva

    1. AnyLaporteinastorm
      • 9 Years
      26 days, 12 mins ago

      4

    2. dylano21
      • 1 Year
      26 days, 4 mins ago

      a and 4

  10. PurpleMonster
    • 2 Years
    26 days, 34 mins ago

    Hi everyone, best Mendy replacement?

    A. Doherty.
    B. Digne.
    C. Laporte.
    D. _______.

    Rest of my defense are: Alonso, Robertson, Benneth, AWB.

    Cheers!

    1. Top Lad Dakes.
      • 1 Year
      26 days, 32 mins ago

      A
      (I have him already though so am going B)

      1. PurpleMonster
        • 2 Years
        26 days, 30 mins ago

        Thank you!

    2. BenDavies
      • 5 Years
      26 days, 32 mins ago

      C long term, A just for this week. Depends on what you're looking for.

      1. PurpleMonster
        • 2 Years
        26 days, 27 mins ago

        I'm afraid if Laporte is going to rest soon. I need to know how many weeks Mendy is going to be out...

    3. Fossit
      • 2 Years
      26 days, 32 mins ago

      I have the same back line and I am doing digne

      1. PurpleMonster
        • 2 Years
        26 days, 27 mins ago

        Thank you!

      2. fc_skrald
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 3 Years
        26 days, 24 mins ago

        Except for AWB (I have Zabaleta) I also have this. I will go for Wolves however, getting Doherty and Jiménez - thus I cant afford Laporte (besides I already got Ederson in goal)

        Why are everyone so happy about Digne - Everton defence will be challenged.

    4. Grievez
      • 7 Years
      26 days, 30 mins ago

      Brighton defender

      1. PurpleMonster
        • 2 Years
        26 days, 24 mins ago

        I don't know...

    5. Fossit
      • 2 Years
      26 days, 29 mins ago

      that AWB gw14 I want him in my team, and with digne fixture best to rotate 🙂 dine lovely three home fixtures, great assist and cs potential

      1. PurpleMonster
        • 2 Years
        26 days, 22 mins ago

        Yes, good point..

    6. Team Bobcat
      • 1 Year
      26 days, 27 mins ago

      Hars to look past laporte. Think keane a better option than digne or doherty. With the busy festive period looming the full back position becomes a little more vulnerable to rotation considering the extra running involved but wolves have more of a rest between games than say everton or man city. I think Digne looses as a result as does delph whom can not be expected to play all. Laporte may be restrd for a game or two also which brings us to ederson...

      1. Fossit
        • 2 Years
        26 days, 25 mins ago

        Everton can rotate full back??

        1. Team Bobcat
          • 1 Year
          26 days, 9 mins ago

          Sure can. Baines still around

      2. PurpleMonster
        • 2 Years
        26 days, 20 mins ago

        So, Keane is more nailed than Digne?

        1. Team Bobcat
          • 1 Year
          26 days, 7 mins ago

          I think they are both nailed lomg term but i suspect Digne will get less gametime if that means anything for his fantasy output god only knows

        2. Pieterke30
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 2 Years
          25 days, 23 hours ago

          No

    7. AnyLaporteinastorm
      • 9 Years
      26 days, 11 mins ago

      C if playing safe
      B if feeling dangerous!

      1. PurpleMonster
        • 2 Years
        26 days, 8 mins ago

        Thank you!

    8. puhd
      • 4 Years
      26 days, 6 mins ago

      C

    9. Johnny 8
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      26 days, 5 mins ago

      C.

  11. J0E
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • Has Moderation Rights
    • 9 Years
    26 days, 29 mins ago

    Scoutcast getting underway in a couple of minutes

    Link now available https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKxYKQ8pgJ7V8wwh4hLsSXQ/live

  12. Tsparkes10
    26 days, 28 mins ago

    Safe to wait to do H-Odoi, Mendy to Dunk, Rich? Or do tonight?

  13. BobbyDoesNotLook
    • 1 Year
    26 days, 28 mins ago

    Current XI for next week
    Pat (Fab)
    Robbo Alonso Doherty (Mendy, Awb)
    Salah Mane Fraser Richarlison (Stephens)
    Aguero Wilson Ings

    I am currently wondering the situation. If I bring for example Digne or Laporte for Mendy, will I play either over my existing XI? Fraser and Wilson against ARS but on fire. Ings against Ful. Alonso is Alonso even though against TOT.

    1. Cloud Perspective
      • 3 Years
      26 days, 26 mins ago

      Looks good. Save

  14. Cloud Perspective
    • 3 Years
    26 days, 27 mins ago

    Bench one:

    A. Jimenez (HUD)
    B. Arnautovic (mcy)
    C. Doherty (HUD) - already have Patricio
    D. Fraser (ARS)

    1. Old Man
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 7 Years
      26 days, 25 mins ago

      probably Arnie.

    2. Top Lad Dakes.
      • 1 Year
      26 days, 24 mins ago

      same dilemna here, and currently, reluctantly, thinking B on the bench, b/c:

      A - great fixture, good form
      C - great fixture, good form, v attacking
      D - as above relating to form and attacking intent, and ARS may not be that bad a fixture... hope for a goalfest

    3. BenDavies
      • 5 Years
      26 days, 20 mins ago

      b

    4. Cloud Perspective
      • 3 Years
      26 days, 19 mins ago

      Thank you all. I'm currently on B also.

    5. Traction Engine Foot
      26 days, 15 mins ago

      B.

  15. LaCazettio
    • 1 Year
    26 days, 26 mins ago

    Is TAA likely to be rested this GW?

    1. Team Bobcat
      • 1 Year
      26 days, 22 mins ago

      Possibly

  16. g40steve
    26 days, 26 mins ago

    Scout cast link anyone?

    1. badgerboy (Howe to Train Yo…
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      26 days, 24 mins ago

      5 posts above in the bold, eye catching green.

  17. Wild Rover
    • 8 Years
    26 days, 26 mins ago

    Scotland trying to snatch a late draw

  18. Warby84
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 3 Years
    26 days, 24 mins ago

    I have F.Anderson and Arnie and unsure on which to play? Anderson in clear form, Arnie as it stands...

    1. Top Lad Dakes.
      • 1 Year
      26 days, 22 mins ago

      play arnie. he has pens in case ederson is a dunce again

  19. barracuda
    • 1 Year
    26 days, 23 mins ago

    Troops, really undecided.

    A- Martial+ up to 4,6 mil def
    B- Anderson, Digne

    Thanks

    1. Tsparkes10
      26 days, 22 mins ago

      Martial, Dunk

      1. barracuda
        • 1 Year
        26 days, 14 mins ago

        Thank man, I think to have an Evertonian defender is the key.

  20. Top Lad Dakes.
    • 1 Year
    26 days, 23 mins ago

    Oh Scotland...

    1. BUZZBOMB
      • 3 Years
      26 days, 17 mins ago

      3-2 is what Scotland do best

      1. Old Man
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 7 Years
        26 days, 15 mins ago

        I prefer 1-5 or even better, 3-9.

  21. ViperStripes
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 9 Years
    26 days, 21 mins ago

    Maddison > Richarlison (c) for a hit?

    Would otherwise be playing Hojbjerg or Duffy from the bench.

    1. Kryten
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 4 Years
      26 days, 19 mins ago

      Wow richarlison captain brave move . Yes do it imo good medium term move

      1. ViperStripes
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 9 Years
        26 days, 15 mins ago

        Have you seen the captain poll?

        1. Kryten
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 4 Years
          26 days, 12 mins ago

          Yep but I am still to dullard to pick richarlison even with kun and Salah away against decent sides

  22. Warmsy
    • 2 Years
    26 days, 20 mins ago

    A) Mendy to Robertson
    B) Mendy to Laporte
    C) Mendy and Fraser to Laporte and Richarlison (-4)

    Thoughts please?

    1. Traction Engine Foot
      26 days, 16 mins ago

      Depends on the rest of your defence but probably B.

    2. puhd
      • 4 Years
      26 days, 5 mins ago

      C

  23. Traction Engine Foot
    26 days, 16 mins ago

    Is Vardy and Hojbjerg to Jimenez and Richarlison worth -4?

    1. Kryten
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 4 Years
      26 days, 14 mins ago

      Looks good

    2. Athletic Nasherbo
      • 1 Year
      26 days, 12 mins ago

      Yes do it

      1. Traction Engine Foot
        26 days, 5 mins ago

        Thanks guys. Just know Vardy will finally score if I sell him!

    3. puhd
      • 4 Years
      26 days, 5 mins ago

      Yeah

    4. Bialystrzelec
      • 2 Years
      25 days, 23 hours ago

      I'd do it without a doubt

  24. Tsparkes10
    26 days, 14 mins ago

    Mendy down or Rich up likely tonight?

  25. johnthepg
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 4 Years
    26 days, 13 mins ago

    Need to WC because of injuries. RMT WC team please

    Current:
    Button Fabs
    WanB Doherty RAM
    Salah Hazard Rich Maddison Stephens
    Kun Arnie Success

    WC:

    Button Fabs
    WanB Doherty Robbo Alonso Digne
    Hazard Silva Rich Martial Stephens
    Kun Arnie Rondon

    3.8ITB

    Digne & Martial are placeholders for Trippier and Ozil GW16

    1. Tsparkes10
      26 days, 11 mins ago

      Camarassa or Diagana and Jimenez for Stephens and London

      1. johnthepg
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        26 days, 9 mins ago

        ???

    2. Goonsquad245
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      25 days, 23 hours ago

      Just sell Mendy and maybe Maddison, you're making your team worse by WCing.

      1. johnthepg
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        25 days, 21 hours ago

        Too late. Already hit WC

  26. Monkey Hanger
    • 5 Years
    26 days, 12 mins ago

    Deep fried Mars Bars all round. 🙂

    1. BUZZBOMB
      • 3 Years
      26 days, 9 mins ago

      Pizza Crunch here

    2. Wild Rover
      • 8 Years
      26 days, 8 mins ago

      Dunked in Irn Bru

      1. puhd
        • 4 Years
        26 days, 2 mins ago

        Nice!

  27. Jellyfish
    • 6 Years
    26 days, 12 mins ago

    Who to bench for gw13

    Arnie
    Ings

    Pick one?

    1. I Member
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      26 days, 6 mins ago

      Arnie

      1. Jellyfish
        • 6 Years
        25 days, 23 hours ago

        Thanks was thinking the same

    2. Pieterke30
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      25 days, 23 hours ago

      Ings

    3. BUZZBOMB
      • 3 Years
      25 days, 23 hours ago

      Head v Heart...

  28. Corgzzzz
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 3 Years
    26 days, 7 mins ago

    Good news that Martial back training with the main squad.....looking like a IB injury.

  29. Kizza_10
    • 4 Years
    26 days, 5 mins ago

    Yes or no ?

    Out: Mane & Mendy

    In: Martial & TAA (already own Robertson)

    1. puhd
      • 4 Years
      26 days, 3 mins ago

      Not a big fan of Martial

  30. Tsparkes10
    26 days, 5 mins ago

    Do i do Rich, Dunk for Mendy, H-Odoi tonight or?

    1. BUZZBOMB
      • 3 Years
      25 days, 23 hours ago

      Sleep on it. Decent moves tho.