Scout Notes

Fraser and Wilson blank as Emery experiments with wing-back system

Our second Scout Notes article from Gameweek 13 focuses on the events at the Vitality Stadium on Sunday afternoon, as Bournemouth slumped to a third successive 2-1 defeat and Arsenal extended their unbeaten league run to 11 matches.

Alexandre Lacazette was missing with a groin strain as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang proved to be Arsenal’s match-winner, while David Brooks demonstrated his value in midfield with an assist – though Ryan Fraser and Callum Wilson emerged from the Cherries’ loss with nothing more than appearance points.

We round up the goals, assists, injury news, manager quotes and Fantasy talking points from an end-to-end encounter on the south coast.

Bournemouth 1-2 Arsenal

  • Goals: Joshua King (£6.3m) | Jefferson Lerma (£4.5m) own-goal, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (£10.9m)
  • Assists: David Brooks (£5.1m) | Sead Kolasinac (£4.9m) x2

It seems to be every other week that we make mention of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang‘s (£10.9m) paradoxical performances in our Scout Notes.

The Gabonese forward, not for the first time this season, was peripheral for much of the match, feeding on scraps for long periods and wasting what few opportunities he was presented with.

Aubameyang had sliced wide from six yards from a corner-kick in the first half then blazed over from the edge of the box on 64 minutes, but once again the former Borussia Dortmund striker was to get on the scoresheet in the second half of a league match when he tapped in Sead Kolasinac‘s (£4.9m) low ball with a quarter of the game remaining.

Aubameyang has an incredible knack of popping up with a goal when delivering an otherwise so-so performance and his success is sometimes difficult to fathom from both an eye-test and underlying statistics perspective.

The Arsenal forward – who has admittedly been deployed on the left flank in recent months – has had less than half the number of attempts on goal and shots in the box that Sergio Aguero (£11.5m) has registered this season, but Aubameyang’s winning strike on Sunday moved him alongside the Manchester City striker at the top of the Premier League goalscoring charts.

Aubameyang was deployed centrally at the Vitality Stadium in a 3-4-3/3-4-2-1, with the injured Alexandre Lacazette (£9.4m) not risked by Unai Emery.

The Arsenal boss explained his decision:

Yesterday Lacazette felt a small injury and also we need Aubameyang and Nketiah. Today the most important thing for us is that not only did Aubameyang score for us, he was also working in the 90 minutes. He helped us in all the things, the tactical moments and the defensive moments.

The Gunners meet only Liverpool of the “big six” between Gameweeks 16 and 22, with their fixture swing likely to attract Fantasy investment over the Christmas period.

Aubameyang – and Lacazette – must surely enter the premium forward equation at this point, in spite of what we have often seen on the pitch and in the members’ tables.

Perhaps crucially, the Gabonese forward’s goal conversion rate is hovering – as it did last season – around 30%, marking him out as the most clinical big-money striker in the division.

Henrikh Mkhitaryan (£6.7m) and Alex Iwobi (£5.5m) flanked Aubameyang in attack, and those simply looking at the attacking KPIs from this encounter on the south coast would have been impressed with the Armenian midfielder’s numbers.

In reality, though, Mkhitaryan had an afternoon to forget.

Despite 11 penalty box touches and seven shots on goal, the former Manchester United man lacked any conviction or confidence in attack, only hitting the target with one of his efforts and fluffing his lines in several presentable situations.

Mkhitaryan’s afternoon was summed up on 69 minutes when Aubameyang sent him through on goal, only for the chance to go begging when the Armenian first took a heavy touch and then completely mishit a shot tamely wide.

Iwobi was busy down the left flank without ever looking a real menace and in reality, it was perhaps Lacazette who came out of this match with his reputation enhanced, with his presence missed in the Arsenal frontline.

It will be interesting to see if Emery perseveres with a 3-4-3 when Lacazette is fit, with Aubameyang set to move over to the left flank and one of Mkhitaryan or Iwobi to drop out in whatever system he chooses going forward.

A victim of this formation change is Mesut Ozil (£8.3m), who was only among the substitutes at the Vitality Stadium on Sunday.

While Ozil could potentially line up in one of the front three positions, he is undoubtedly more effective when playing in “the hole” behind a central striker. A 3-4-3 certainly doesn’t seem a good fit for Arsenal’s biggest wage-earner.

Emery said of the German midfielder’s omission:

We thought how we can be better in the match today which is very demanding with the physicality and the intensity – but every player is important. Also today we tried with three centre-backs like we’ve done at some stages this season and it’s another possibility for us to improve and find our best performance.

Two beneficiaries of Emery’s tactical experiment were their full-backs.

Kolasinac was the headline-grabber with two assists, with Arsenal’s opener coming from the Bosnian defender’s cut-back that Jefferson Lerma (£4.5m) smashed past his own goalkeeper.

No Premier League player in any position registered more penalty box touches than Kolasinac in Gameweek 12, underscoring just how prominent the Arsenal wing-back was in Bournemouth’s area.

Only Mkhitaryan had more touches in the final third than Kolasinac in this match, with the Bosnia and Herzegovina international firing into the side netting with a chance on 78 minutes having had a presentable opportunity with his head midway through the first half.

Hector Bellerin (£5.4m) got into plenty of threatening positions too, registering as many penalty box touches as Aubameyang and Callum Wilson (£6.8m) managed at the Vitality Stadium – though without much end product.

From an attacking perspective, both Bellerin and Kolasinac are tempting mid-price options for the fixture shift in Gameweek 16.

Unfortunately, though, the Gunners offer precious little in the way of clean sheet potential (it’s now just two shut-outs in 13 Premier League matches) and Emery’s side were often exposed down the flanks, particularly when the Cherries hit them on the break.

Bournemouth’s equaliser on the stroke of half-time indeed came from a counter-attack after an Arsenal corner.

Emery discussed his switch to a wing-back system after full-time:

We played like that in pre-season and in Qarabag, and it was an opportunity for us to find our best performance, best system and best combinations.

For example today there was Sead Kolasinac and Alex Iwobi which is a very interesting combination. Also when we are pushing with Hector Bellerin wide we need some players for balance.

The most important thing for us is finding balance in the defensive moments because we are conceding more goals than we want, but we don’t want to lose our good performances in attacking moments with scoring and the players performances.

But we need to improve and we need to do more.

From a Bournemouth perspective, their performance mirrored the one given in their 2-1 home defeat to Manchester United earlier this month: full of effort, occasionally threatening but ultimately outclassed.

Joshua King (£6.3m) came back into the side alongside Wilson up front, with David Brooks (£5.1m) moving over to the right flank to accommodate the Norwegian’s return to the Bournemouth attack.

Brooks and King combined for the Cherries’ leveller, building on good work from Wilson and Ryan Fraser (£6.2m) after a swift breakaway from the home side.

Brooks’ move back to the right of midfield didn’t dent his attacking threat too much and indeed he had what looked like a perfectly good goal ruled out for offside on eight minutes, before driving a low shot at Bernd Leno (£4.8m) that the German goalkeeper comfortably held.

The Wales international was also only a yard or so away from connecting with Fraser’s whipped cross after the break.

Brooks’ assist means he is now narrowly outscoring Fraser over the last eight Gameweeks, by 35 FPL points to 33.

Fraser’s performance, while full of industry and far from awful, was worrying from a Fantasy perspective, with the Scottish winger not registering a single key pass and only having one effort on goal – a free-kick from out wide – in his 90-minute showing.

That he only recorded one penalty box touch was indicative of how on the fringes he was when Bournemouth were mounting their attacks.

Set-piece duties remain a valued weapon in his armoury but the tricky Brooks looks the bigger threat in open play and, at £5.1m, is eminently more “benchable” for trips to Manchester City, Spurs, Manchester United and perhaps Wolves, plus the visit of Liverpool, in the next seven Gameweeks.

Wilson blanked on Sunday too, not really having any clear sights of goal and perhaps being outshone by King, though Howe paid tribute to both of his strikers after the game:

Joshua King did well physically today and added a different dimension to the front line, working well with Callum Wilson. I was very impressed, they were a threat in the opening period. They pinned the centre-backs back and gave them a problem in behind.

The goal was great from my perspective, defending deep and transitioning into a clinical finish at the end of a counter attack, so it’s a shame for them we didn’t get anything from the match.

Nothing went right for Lerma on Sunday, with the Colombian midfielder hitting the post from distance in the second half after his comical own-goal in the opening 45 minutes.

His afternoon was summed up when he picked up his fifth yellow card of the season, meaning that he will miss the trip to the Etihad next weekend.

Charlie Daniels (£4.2m) came in for the injured Adam Smith (£4.5m) in Howe’s only other change to his starting XI.

Emery meanwhile downplayed any injury worries surrounding Lucas Torreira (£4.9m), who had a solid game in central midfield before his withdrawal on 79 minutes:

He said to us that he was a little tired and that there was a possibility. He was giving us good balance but also we have to be clever because he played with the national team for two matches and sometimes you need to listen to the player when they sometimes need rest. This change was because we need to give him a rest.

Bournemouth XI (4-4-2): Begovic; Francis, Cook, Ake, Daniels; Brooks (Stanislas 72′), Gosling (Cook 72′), Lerma, Fraser; Wilson, King (Mousset 80′).

Arsenal XI (3-4-3): Leno; Mustafi, Sokratis, Holding; Bellerin, Torreira (Guendouzi 78′), Xhaka, Kolasinac; Mhitatyan, Iwobi (Ramsey 80′); Aubameyang (Nketiah 90′).

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1,320 Comments Post a Comment
  1. Nunoooooooooo
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 2 Years
    12 months, 1 day ago

    Thanks for all the input guys, I'm now down to the following options....which do you prefer:

    A) Hazard & Arnie > Sterling & Mitrovic
    B) Hazard & Doherty > Sterling & Wan B
    C) Dilva & Martial & Arnie > Sterling & Brooks & Mitrovic
    D) Dilva & Martial & Doherty > Sterling & Brooks & Wan B

    1. Camzy
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      12 months, 1 day ago

      Get rid of Hazard before FUL... Just stop kneejerking.

      1. Nunoooooooooo
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 2 Years
        12 months, 1 day ago

        Want to keep Haz tbf hence why I have C&D options. But if not fit, A&B come in to play...

    2. Salt'N'Pepe
      • 4 Years
      12 months, 1 day ago

      Dont like any of thoose moves this week

    3. @FPLDIARYFPL
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      12 months, 1 day ago

      I wouldn't get rid of any of those players!

      1. Nunoooooooooo
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 2 Years
        12 months, 1 day ago

        ok, think I might have to step away from the computer now....!!

    4. PrettyDick
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      12 months, 1 day ago

      E) Wait until after the cup games to see who might get injured and decide after that, (on maybe none of these by then)

  2. @FPLDIARYFPL
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 2 Years
    12 months, 1 day ago

    Is Mane --> Sane a bit sideways or a good move?

    1. PrettyDick
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      12 months, 1 day ago

      It can be a good move, as long as you're prepared of him being rotated. It doesn't have to be too big of a problem if you A) have a decent bench and/or B) He plays most games and scores well enough in those, so that his average is still high enough for 9m+

    2. Leo10
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 6 Years
      12 months, 1 day ago

      Good move. Should be nailed with Mendy injured and his form.

  3. Scotty B
    • 7 Years
    12 months, 1 day ago

    Schmeichel
    TAA AWB Alonso
    Mane Moura Richarlison Pereyra Hazard
    Arnoutavic Aguero

    Stekelenburg Trippier Digne Kamara

    1.7m ITB & 1 FT.

    Which option is better?
    A Moura > Dilva
    B Hazard > Sterling
    C Trippier > Laporte/Walker
    D Pereyra > Martial

    1. TorresMagic™
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • Has Moderation Rights
      • 10 Years
      12 months, 1 day ago

      Need Europe info. Midfield needs work.

      1. Scotty B
        • 7 Years
        12 months, 1 day ago

        Might as well get rid of Moura he is stinking it out!

      2. PrettyDick
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 2 Years
        12 months, 1 day ago

        What Torresmagic said.
        And after that, Trippier to Robertson probably out of those options. Hazard to Sterling if Hazard is injured, or another GW. Imo

  4. Jacky boy
    • 3 Years
    12 months, 1 day ago

    Sane or sterling? Can afford both. If I get sane I can upgrade bennett to trippier in near future

    1. Camzy
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      12 months, 1 day ago

      Sane for me. That 2m allows a lot.

      1. Wild Rover
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 9 Years
        12 months, 1 day ago

        But it doesn't guarantee a Sane start over Sterling

        1. Patch
          • 2 Years
          12 months, 1 day ago

          Mendy out so Sane is pretty much starting...

          1. Wild Rover
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 9 Years
            12 months, 1 day ago

            If only it was that simple. Mahrez won't sit on the bench until Mendy is back, which could mean Sterling on the left and Mahrez on the right

            1. Patch
              • 2 Years
              12 months, 1 day ago

              Hmm true

              Shame we have to wait till Tues for Any injury to the City kids...then Thurs for how Hazard features...

              This might be too much of a swing 0.2/0.3

          2. PrettyDick
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 2 Years
            12 months, 1 day ago

            He didn't start every game when Mendy was out a few months ago. However rotation might be fine as long as he starts most games and scores well enough in those

            1. PrettyDick
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 2 Years
              12 months, 1 day ago

              It's not like Sterling won't get rested. However with him (until now when I jinx it) when Sterling get's rested he doesn't get subbed on. Which is good news imo, makes him a safer C option, and you get a player from your bench on

            2. Patch
              • 2 Years
              12 months, 1 day ago

              I never watched the Hazard injury on a scale of 1-10 how bad do you think?

              Anything over 4 would prob be my trigger point...

            3. benighted
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 3 Years
              12 months, 1 day ago

              The three weeks Mendy was out Sane started each game (only got 70 minutes in the last game) and I think I read he played something like 24 of 28 weeks when Mendy was out last year, but as you say, Mahrez has changed things when it comes to rotation, I'm tempted to take the risk if I can find something good to do with the extra 2m

  5. Salt'N'Pepe
    • 4 Years
    12 months, 1 day ago

    Any words of advice for my team, on a slow decline over the last 6-7 GW's.

    Fabianski
    VanDijk Laporte Doherty Bennett
    Mane Hazard Salah
    Arnautovic Aguero Jiminez

    Hamer Balbuena Camarasa Brooks

    2FT 0.1m ITB

  6. FDMS All Starz
    • 4 Years
    12 months, 1 day ago

    Who would you lose for Sterling/Sane out of these players?

    Hazard
    Mane
    Salah

    1. George James
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 4 Years
      12 months, 1 day ago

      Mane

    2. Peter Ouch
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      12 months, 1 day ago

      Hazard for the next few

    3. _sidney_will
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      12 months, 1 day ago

      Salah

  7. George James
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 4 Years
    12 months, 1 day ago

    Best option

    A) Sane + Salah

    B) Sterling + Hazard

    1. Salt'N'Pepe
      • 4 Years
      12 months, 1 day ago

      B long term

    2. Peter Ouch
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      12 months, 1 day ago

      Tough one
      A for now

    3. antis0cial
      • 3 Years
      12 months, 1 day ago

      B.

      Sterling + Sane tempting..

  8. Whits
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 3 Years
    12 months, 1 day ago

    A. Alonso and Fraser to Sane and Duffy

    B. Hazard and Fraser to Sane and D.Silva

  9. The Overthinker - I blame R…
    • 2 Years
    12 months, 1 day ago

    I have double pool, palace at the back

    Double westham, city attack

    On a wc, with this, something looks odd 😀

  10. antis0cial
    • 3 Years
    12 months, 1 day ago

    Assuming Hazard fit...
    A) Mane to Sterling for free
    B) Martial + Wilson to Sane + Jiménez -4
    C) Save

    Building towards Sterling, Sane, Ali, Rich, Kane but price changes could ruin plans.

    Ederson
    Robbo / Alonso / Doherty / AWB
    Martial / Mane / Hazard / Rich
    Aguero / Arnie

    Wilson Murphy Digne

    1. Brendan95
      • 4 Years
      12 months, 1 day ago

      A

  11. mabz1303
    • 7 Years
    12 months, 1 day ago

    Hazard & Arnie > Salah & Mitrovic for 4 points hit?
    Thanks:)

    1. Epic Fail ⚽ 墅
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      12 months, 1 day ago

      Hazard hatty this coming GW.

    2. Peter Ouch
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      12 months, 1 day ago

      No
      Citys better

    3. antis0cial
      • 3 Years
      12 months, 1 day ago

      No.

  12. Jekori
    • 5 Years
    12 months, 1 day ago

    Mini WC next week probably:
    Kün+Mané+Bennett > Kane+Sané+Kolasinac. Need to scout Kola on MOTD2. But looks good on paper?

  13. Pépé Pig
    • 1 Year
    12 months, 1 day ago

    A) Rich & Shaqiri -> Sane & Brooks (-4)

    B) Salah & Shaqiri -> Sterling & Sane (-4)

    C) Shaqiri -> Martial

  14. Atimis
    • 3 Years
    12 months, 1 day ago

    Which forward and 2 mids prices over 9.0 would you have for next 5 GWs?

    1. Epic Fail ⚽ 墅
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      12 months, 1 day ago

      Triple Man City

    2. Atimis
      • 3 Years
      12 months, 1 day ago

      I know that Arsenal and Spurs assets are tempting but considering consistency and form ain't Kun Sterling and Pool mid the best setup ?

    3. Peter Ouch
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      12 months, 1 day ago

      Kane Eriksen Sane

    4. MTPockets
      • 10 Years
      12 months, 1 day ago

      Aguero, Sterling, Sane + Salah personally.
      One of the City mids may become Alli/Eriksen

  15. Nunoooooooooo
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 2 Years
    12 months, 1 day ago

    New strategy! Thoughts please guys?!

    Doherty > Digne
    Mane > Sterling
    Richarlison > Brooks

    Team would be:
    Alonso - TAA - Robertson (Digne)
    Hazard - Sterling - Dilva - Martial (Brooks)
    Aguero - Arnie - Jiminez

    Have I finally cracked it???

    1. Brendan95
      • 4 Years
      12 months, 1 day ago

      Looks good to me

      1. Nunoooooooooo
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 2 Years
        12 months, 1 day ago

        Cheers Brendan! Think I might go for it!

    2. FPL Pillars
      • 3 Years
      12 months, 1 day ago

      is that a -4 or -8??

      Kneejerking it looks like to me

      1. Nunoooooooooo
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 2 Years
        12 months, 1 day ago

        -4. Don’t think it’s knee jerk to want to get Sterling in? If I was knee jerking, Hazard and Arnie would be for the chop!! 😉

  16. Del FPL-iero
    • 2 Years
    12 months, 1 day ago

    A) Maddison & Salah vs B) Sané & Mané

    1. Nunoooooooooo
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      12 months, 1 day ago

      B all the way!

    2. antis0cial
      • 3 Years
      12 months, 1 day ago

      B

  17. JJeyy
    • 3 Years
    12 months, 1 day ago

    Are you planning on getting Kane for aguero next week?

    1. Epic Fail ⚽ 墅
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      12 months, 1 day ago

      No. Are you?

      1. JJeyy
        • 3 Years
        12 months, 1 day ago

        considering it

    2. Peter Ouch
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      12 months, 1 day ago

      Already done it!

  18. Rash
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 2 Years
    12 months, 1 day ago

    Tempted to sell hazard (for sterling) despite FUL next

    1. Patch
      • 2 Years
      12 months, 1 day ago

      Ditto shall we hold hands and do it together

    2. JJeyy
      • 3 Years
      12 months, 1 day ago

      got him in for salah. 10 weeks ago tho

    3. DAZZ
      • 5 Years
      12 months, 1 day ago

      What about Salah>Sterling?

    4. SMEE_HEEE
      • 1 Year
      12 months, 1 day ago

      I'm gonna do same

      Claudio is good at organising defences and had a good record against Chelsea with Leicester. I can see a nervous 1-0 for Chelsea.

      Hazard not 100% fit, team looks off form

      I may wait until Tuesday just to make sure Raz doesn't get injured

  19. Patch
    • 2 Years
    12 months, 1 day ago

    @4k OR starting to feel scared of not having Sterling

    I can currently afford to do this in one single transfer...but price changes are not going to allow for the mid week games

    Ay caramba!!!

    1. Patch
      • 2 Years
      12 months, 1 day ago

      Going for Sterling messed up my plans to get Kane the following week

      Perhaps Sane instead or better to go for Sterling??

      1. Patch
        • 2 Years
        12 months, 1 day ago

        Hey just saw the few clips, Hazard still looked decent...not sure I really want to ditch him...

        He practically took on Spurs by himself

        Looked like 2 potential penalties too?!

    2. Rash
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      12 months, 1 day ago

      Similar dilemma.. If I sell salah instead then I could get Kane.. Tempted to go for Alli instead though

  20. Brendan95
    • 4 Years
    12 months, 1 day ago

    What does everyone think of Foyth as an option. 90 minutes in the last 3 GW only £5m and a great run of fixtures for Spurs GW15 onwards

    - this would be a Mendy replacement that would allow me to strengthen other areas
    e.g. Kun>Kane or Martial>Sane in GW15

    1. antis0cial
      • 3 Years
      12 months, 1 day ago

      I think he loses place as soon as others are fit. TAA better option at that price bracket.

      1. Brendan95
        • 4 Years
        12 months, 1 day ago

        Already have TAA

    2. MTPockets
      • 10 Years
      12 months, 1 day ago

      Ok unless/until Vertonghen fully fit.

      1. Brendan95
        • 4 Years
        12 months, 1 day ago

        No injury flags showing on PL site or on here, any news on why he isn't fit?

          1. Brendan95
            • 4 Years
            12 months, 1 day ago

            Looks like his playing time could hit a dip soon then, I'll give it a miss. Thanks

    3. Smurf
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 10 Years
      12 months, 1 day ago

      Vertonghen back on the bench at the weekend so will be fit soon and Foyth is as poor of a defender you will see in the PL.

  21. Peter Ouch
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 1 Year
    12 months, 1 day ago

    I see a lot of hits this week!
    GW13 was such a catastrophic week!

  22. #FPLBhuna
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 2 Years
    12 months, 1 day ago

    A) mane > hazard (ft)
    B) mane > sane (ft)
    C) salah + fraser > hazard + sane (-4)
    D) salah + arnie > sane + aguero (-4)

    Team below

    henny
    alonso - robbo - doherty - awb - pereira
    salah - mane - sterling(c)
    jiminez - arnie

    hamer - richa - ings - fraser

    1. Peter Ouch
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      12 months, 1 day ago

      C

  23. FDMS All Starz
    • 4 Years
    12 months, 1 day ago

    Spread over the next few weeks how are these moves?

    Salah-Kun-Paterson-Billings—>Sterling-Alli-Silva-Ings
    (3-4-3)—>(3-5-2)

    Rest of the team:

    Fab-Stek
    Bellerin-Gomez-Doherty-Wanbisa-Bednarek
    Salah-Haz-Mane-Paterson-Billings
    Kun-Arnie-Jiménez

  24. Pukki Blinders
    • 8 Years
    12 months, 1 day ago

    Guys I need some advice on this team please?

    Hennessey
    Alonso Robertson Wan B
    Hazard Salah Fraser Paterson
    Wilson Arnie Aguero

    Patricio Mendy* Holebas Musuaku

    1. Peter Ouch
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      12 months, 1 day ago

      Hazard Kun for Sane Kane

    2. Epic Fail ⚽ 墅
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      12 months, 1 day ago

      ITB?

      1. Pukki Blinders
        • 8 Years
        12 months, 1 day ago

        Nothing ITB.

  25. The Overthinker - I blame R…
    • 2 Years
    12 months, 1 day ago

    Current WC team

    Ederson
    TAA Robertson Alonso AWB PVA
    Sterling Sane FAnderson
    Kane Arnautovic

    Hamer Murray Fraser Hojbjerg

  26. Dynamic Duos
    • 6 Years
    12 months, 1 day ago

    Mini wc gwk15, one of many ideas , but what do you guys think of this one?

    Salah , Martial and Aguero to Sane, Mane and Kane -4

    1. MTPockets
      • 10 Years
      12 months, 1 day ago

      Prefer the first 3 tbh

    2. Peter Ouch
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      12 months, 1 day ago

      Fantastic

    3. FPL Pillars
      • 3 Years
      12 months, 1 day ago

      nope

  27. Flynny
    • 4 Years
    12 months, 1 day ago

    Anyone know which keeper rotates best with fabianski?

    Thanks

    1. dunas_dog
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 4 Years
      12 months, 1 day ago

      Patricio

  28. Pino
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 3 Years
    12 months, 1 day ago

    iS aaRNOLD WORTH BRINGING IN?

    1. Pino
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      12 months, 1 day ago

      sorry caps

      1. Peter Ouch
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 1 Year
        12 months, 1 day ago

        Haha looks great

  29. Champagne supernova
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 5 Years
    12 months, 1 day ago

    It’s comedy gold half of these posts, hazard and kun are world class.
    The both can get a hatrick easily, for me they are season keepers

    1. TorresMagic™
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • Has Moderation Rights
      • 10 Years
      12 months, 1 day ago

      It's hatrick or blank it seems.

    2. Peter Ouch
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      12 months, 1 day ago

      Hazard has two hattricks in 5 years and Kun is awful away this year, these posts aren't comedy, these posts are gold

  30. tafrère
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 3 Years
    12 months, 1 day ago

    39 means goodbye to LMS right ?

    1. TorresMagic™
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • Has Moderation Rights
      • 10 Years
      12 months, 1 day ago

      32 is goodbye atm.

      1. Pras Scott Talent
        • 7 Years
        12 months, 1 day ago

        34 likely to service after tomorrow?

        1. Pras Scott Talent
          • 7 Years
          12 months, 1 day ago

          *survive?

          1. Patch
            • 2 Years
            12 months, 1 day ago

            Minimal chance

          2. TorresMagic™
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • Has Moderation Rights
            • 10 Years
            12 months, 1 day ago

            80/20

      2. tafrère
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 3 Years
        12 months, 1 day ago

        Yaaaaay

      3. FPL Pillars
        • 3 Years
        12 months, 1 day ago

        sweating it?

        1. TorresMagic™
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • Has Moderation Rights
          • 10 Years
          12 months, 1 day ago

          99% out for me.

          1. FPL Pillars
            • 3 Years
            12 months, 1 day ago

            Really bad week for most, unlucky