Scout Notes

Fraser and Wilson proving unbeatable value for money in FPL

A goal and an assist apiece for Ryan Fraser and Callum Wilson in Bournemouth’s 2-1 win over Huddersfield Town last night helped both players to another double-digit haul in Fantasy Premier League, their fourth and third such returns respectively this season.

The pair are proving to be economically shrewd purchases in FPL: returning 13.9 and 13.3 points per million spent, Fraser and Wilson are by far the best-value players in their respective positions this campaign.

Brighton and Hove Albion have also offered us Fantasy managers some decent cut-price options in recent months but it was a largely disappointing night for their most-popular assets: Shane Duffy was dismissed for violent conduct, Luka Milivojevic‘s late penalty wiped out the Seagulls’ clean sheet and Glenn Murray was substituted with a shoulder injury.

Murray did, at least, get on the scoresheet before his withdrawal and picked up two bonus points for his efforts in helping ten-man Albion to a 3-1 win over Crystal Palace.

We round up the goals, assists, team news, injury updates, Fantasy talking points and manager quotes from the two remaining Premier League matches contested on Tuesday evening.

Bournemouth 2-1 Huddersfield Town

  • Goals: Callum Wilson (£6.9m), Ryan Fraser (£6.2m) | Terence Kongolo (£4.3m)
  • Assists: Ryan Fraser, Callum Wilson | Zanka (£4.4m)

With a home match against Liverpool and trips to Wolves, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United to come in the next five Gameweeks, Bournemouth sit bottom of our Season Ticker for fixture difficulty until the end of 2018.

Despite that, would anyone contemplate offloading their Cherries assets now?

Eddie Howe’s side have breached the defences of United, Arsenal and Manchester City in recent weeks and while there are mid-price alternatives available elsewhere with “better” fixtures, there are – as we mentioned in the introduction above – no midfielders or forwards who can compete with the value-for-money returns that Ryan Fraser (£6.2m) and Callum Wilson (£6.9m) have delivered in 2018/19.

It is a mark of just how successful a season Fraser is having that he now sits level with Mohamed Salah (£13.0m) on 86 points in FPL, though the Egyptian can, of course, pull clear of that score tonight against a porous Burnley side.

Wilson, meanwhile, sits top of the FPL forwards’ total points list until tonight at least.

It should be noted that this was Fraser’s first goal since Gameweek 5, though the Scottish winger had delivered four assists between his 18-point haul against Leicester and last night’s win over Huddersfield.

Goals aren’t something we can realistically expect too often from Fraser, either, given that his rather unimpressive minutes-per-chance average of 60.7 is bettered by over 80 other FPL midfielders.

The Scotland international’s goal last night indeed came from his only shot (and penalty box touch) of the evening.

Creativity is Fraser’s obvious plus point, with the Bournemouth man again demonstrating his assist potential from set-piece situations by whipping an indirect free-kick onto the head of Wilson for the Cherries’ opening goal and then providing a chipped cross that Joshua King (£6.3m) could only nod wide from inside the six-yard box.

No FPL midfielder has, at the time of writing, supplied more key passes or big chances than Fraser this season.

Wilson has combined goalscoring with assist-making this season and has now delivered eight of each in 2018/19.

The Bournemouth forward teed up Fraser for what turned out to be the Cherries’ winner and also provided two chances for King in the second half, which the Norwegian striker failed to capitalise on.

Just as Fraser was peerless in his position for creativity, no FPL forward has created more opportunities or big chances for his team-mates than Wilson ahead of Wednesday evening’s matches.

While Wilson’s rate of shots this season is far from outstanding (one every 36.7 minutes, bettered by over 30 other FPL forwards) it is the quality of his chances that mark him out as a particular menace in attack.

All 36 of his shots this season have come from inside the opposition box, with exactly half being deemed “big chances” – no other striker comes close to matching this number of clear-cut opportunities.

Tuesday’s goal against the Terriers indeed came from Wilson’s only attempt all match.

Howe praised Fraser and Wilson after the game:

They are both having very good seasons.

Callum Wilson’s an excellent finisher and the second goal was trademark from us this season. It was a good move and excellent finish from Ryan Fraser.

I was pleased to see our attacking play looking so dangerous early in the game but unfortunately for those players we didn’t have enough of the ball afterwards to sustain any pressure.

As Howe intimated, Bournemouth were largely ineffective from an attacking point of view after Fraser’s strike, not managing another shot on target after this point.

David Brooks (£5.2m), who had narrowly scored more FPL points than Fraser from Gameweeks 6-14, didn’t have the best of games on his return to the starting XI and was replaced by Junior Stanislas (£6.0m) on the hour, having not recorded a single shot, penalty box touch or key pass.

Brooks certainly looks the bigger rotation risk over Christmas, having twice been dropped to the bench when Howe changed formation against Champions League-chasing sides (of whom the Cherries play three of before the turn of 2019) and having completed 90 minutes on only three occasions.

The manner of Bournemouth’s win last night might have been of some concern to owners of Messrs Wilson, Fraser and Brooks, but of course, the Cherries’ rearguard effort might not have happened had they not raced into a 2-0 lead and forced Huddersfield out onto the front foot.

Howe reflected on his side’s “uncomfortable” victory:

We got the dream start and looked in total control, but they threw caution to the wind, put a lot of bodies forward ahead of the ball and played very well so credit to them for that.

Credit to my players as well for how we responded in the second half and how we managed to contain their aerial bombardment in set-plays and long throws. We dealt with that really well.

We always want the ball and it’s unlike us at home to be without it for long periods. Whether the scoreline or our recent run of results affected that I don’t know, but it was uncomfortable and that’s where I credit the players because they didn’t panic, and we managed the second period excellently. Some of our defending was superb and our goalkeeping played a big part in that.

David Wagner ought to have been pleased with his side’s efforts after going 2-0 down, with Terence Kongolo (£4.3m) halving the deficit before the break after a spot of head tennis and the Terriers then peppering the hosts’ penalty box with umpteen crosses thereafter.

Laurent Depoitre (£5.1m), in for the suspended Steve Mounie (£5.8m), was dominant in the air, with four of his five attempts on goal coming via headers. The Frenchman was profligate in front of goal though and wasted the best of Huddersfield’s chances when nodding at Asmir Begovic from a teasing Florent Hadergjonaj (£4.4m) cross.

Hadergjonaj, playing at right-back as Wagner switched to a 4-4-2, was so advanced in this match that his average position was further forward than that of any Bournemouth player. The Swiss defender fired over ten crosses in this match and had four attempts on goal himself.

Kongolo was shifted over to left-back as Wagner temporarily shelved a 3-5-1-1, with Erik Durm (£4.4m) playing further forward “out of position” on the left of midfield.

Alex Pritchard (£4.8m) was perhaps Town’s stand-out player on the night, playing alongside Depoitre up front and also registering five efforts on goal – his best opportunity being a turn and shot from six yards that Begovic beat out.

Aaron Mooy (£5.1m) was prominent playing on the right of midfield, meanwhile, coupling his usual menacing delivery at set-piece situations with two shots that forced Begovic into smart stops.

Despite the positive performance, Wagner was magnanimous in defeat:

I don’t think we deserve something from this game because you have to get your defensive work and offence right.

We’ve had enough opportunities to score four goals tonight, but we didn’t take them. How we played was great, yes, but you don’t deserve something if you give them goals away and don’t score.

The Huddersfield boss also gave an update on Abdelhamid Sabiri (£4.3m), who was withdrawn three minutes after himself being introduced as a substitute:

Abdelhamid Sabiri has what looks like a serious shoulder injury, but we will see what it looks like tomorrow.

Philip Billing (£4.5m) will miss out in Gameweek 16, meanwhile, having collected his fifth yellow card of the season.

Bournemouth XI (4-4-2): Begovic; Francis, S Cook, Ake, Daniels; Brooks (Stanislas 62′), L Cook, Lerma, Fraser (Mousset 87′); Wilson, King (Mings 90+3′).

Huddersfield Town XI (4-4-2): Lossl; Kongolo (Mbenza 75′), Jorgensen, Schindler, Hadergjonaj; Durm, Hogg, Billing (Sabiri 75′, Sobhi 78′), Mooy; Pritchard, Depoitre.

Brighton and Hove Albion 3-1 Crystal Palace

  • Goals: Glenn Murray (£6.7m), Leon Balogun (£4.2m), Florin Andone (£5.0m)| Luka Milivojevic (£6.0m)
  • Assists: Jose Izquierdo (£5.9m) | Wilfried Zaha (£6.7m)

Brighton came out on top in the “M23 derby” on Tuesday evening despite playing for over an hour with ten men.

Shane Duffy (£4.7m) was dismissed on 28 minutes for a headbutt on Patrick van Aanholt (£5.4m) and will now be unavailable until Boxing Day.

The Irish centre-back’s FPL ownership had risen towards the 8% mark over the last month but with a three-match ban to follow and the Seagulls’ fixtures stiffening from Gameweek 17 onwards, we can surely expect a mass exodus over the coming days.

Duffy apologised for his actions on social media after full-time:

Can only apologise to everyone tonight for letting us down. Grateful for the team we have here for a huge win tonight, the boys were unbelievable. I’m disappointed in myself for even getting myself into the situation.

Brighton’s other defensive assets made it five matches without a clean sheet as Luka Milivojevic‘s (£6.0m) 80th-minute spot-kick denied Chris Hughton’s side a shut-out that they had worked so hard to preserve.

Leon Balogun (£4.2m) will stand to benefit from Duffy’s absence over the coming three matches and the Nigerian defender continued where Brighton’s first-choice centre-backs left off in scoring with his first touch of the game on 30 minutes to double the hosts’ lead.

That was the sixth goal scored by a Brighton centre-half this season.

Glenn Murray (£6.7m) had opened the scoring from the penalty spot but was to have his evening curtailed on 35 minutes when gingerly walking from the field of play with a shoulder injury.

Hughton provided an update after full-time:

He’s sore at the minute. We’ll see how he is in the morning.

The player himself provided more detail to The Argus:

I fell and hurt my AC joint. Right now it’s sore but hopefully it will settle down and we will make a decision on Wednesday or Thursday.

[The physios] are withholding their judgement so we will see what it’s like when it has cooled down.

Just as Balogun had made an impact on his introduction, so too did Murray’s replacement, Florin Andone (£5.0m).

The pacy Romanian striker had shown promise in the 2-1 win at Huddersfield on Saturday and his speed on the break led to Brighton’s third goal, with Andone latching onto a hoofed clearance and extending his side’s lead with a fine individual effort five minutes before the interval.

Should Murray’s injury prove to be a serious one, then Andone’s cut-price availability may make him a tempting third-price forward option for those Fantasy managers packing their defence and midfield with heavy hitters – though as we mentioned earlier, Brighton’s upcoming games are among the toughest in the division.

Jose Izquierdo (£5.9m), who had controversially won the penalty that Murray converted, also limped off early in the second half, with Hughton providing an update on the Colombian winger’s injury:

Izquierdo’s injury got worse as the game went on. We certainly didn’t want to make our last substitution that early in the second half, particularly knowing we’d be up against an onslaught.

That Mathew Ryan (£4.6m) had precious little to do in the Brighton goal up until Milivojevic’s penalty said as much about the Seagulls’ excellent rearguard effort as it did about Palace’s limitations in attack, with the Australian goalkeeper saving comfortably from Andros Townsend (£5.7m) and Max Meyer (£5.6m).

Milivojevic had gone closest to pulling a goal back in the first half when his shot was cleared off the line and it was the Serbian penalty specialist who gave the Eagles a glimmer of hope with ten minutes remaining after Wilfried Zaha (£6.7m) had been felled.

James Tomkins (£4.3m) proved to be a threat in the air again, forcing Ryan into his third save of the match in stoppage time after registering two other efforts from set pieces earlier in the game, though struggled from a defensive point of view and was culpable for Andone’s solo goal.

That Palace’s strike pairing of Zaha and Townsend failed to record a single shot on target from inside the Brighton box summed up the Eagles’ attacking output.

A disappointed Roy Hodgson said after the match:

The second and third goals are just as disappointing and frustrating [as Brighton’s first goal], to use two buzzwords. When you come here hoping to win the game and you lose 3-1 there are no good feelings or anything particularly positive that I can say.

In every football match you can point to episodes and things being different but the second goal is something that we have to take total responsibility for and the third even more so; it wasn’t even an attack, just a clearance.

Brighton and Hove Albion XI (4-4-1-1): Ryan; Montoya, Duffy, Dunk, Bernardo; March, Gross (Balogun 30′), Propper, Bissouma, Izquierdo (Knockaert 49′); Murray (Andone 35′)

Crystal Palace XI (4-4-2): Hennessey; Wan-Bissaka, Tomkins, Sakho, Van Aanholt; McArthur (Schlupp 73′), Milivojevic, Kouyate (Sorloth 58′), Meyer; Townsend, Zaha.

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  1. Inazuma X1
    • 1 Year
    7 days, 1 hour ago

    Only 13 started for me :/

    1. SPorting
      • 7 Years
      7 days, 1 hour ago

      Cheat!

  2. Eat my goal!
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    7 days, 1 hour ago

    So to play

    (K)ane Auba
    Hazard
    Digne Bennett

    To sub on

    awb 1

    I’ll take it

    1. Inazuma X1
      • 1 Year
      7 days, 1 hour ago

      I wish I kept Doherty on 1st sub instead of AWB

      To come in for TAA

      1. Eat my goal!
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        7 days, 1 hour ago

        I’ve two 1 pointers on the bench and Bennett who’ll replace taa

  3. SPorting
    • 7 Years
    7 days, 1 hour ago

    Those Robbo and Balbu no-shows unleash Doherty from 3rd spot on my bench.

  4. FaraBro
      7 days, 1 hour ago

      arnie -> rashford ? given mu fixtures could be steal at that price

      1. Taking one for the team
        • 3 Years
        7 days, 1 hour ago

        Been thing the same, see how he gets on today!

        1. Taking one for the team
          • 3 Years
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          Thinking

    • areianaras18
      • 1 Year
      7 days, 1 hour ago

      OH MY GOD
      Salah captain benched Mane too Robbo too and KEANE TOO!!!

      1. TRASH BOAT
        • 5 Years
        7 days, 1 hour ago

        and Titantic has sank

      2. SPorting
        • 7 Years
        7 days, 1 hour ago

        You got off lightly

    • Roxha
        7 days, 1 hour ago

        Admit it. The best gameweek so far

        1. Auboomerang
          • 1 Year
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          I want to get off this gameweek.

        2. Inazuma X1
          • 1 Year
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          +1

        3. Ajax Hamsterdam
          • 4 Years
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          Haha a week to remember 🙂

        4. Albrightondknight
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 3 Years
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          I am loving will have to empty my useless bench. But on 39 with 5 to go. Come on green arrow and no heroics from the bench please 🙂

        5. Eat my goal!
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          Hopefully a real or rank increase ahead

        6. Old Man
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 7 Years
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          Yeah - love it! Looking forward to the Scoutcast which should be given the title "Carnage" (if it's not already been used)

      • Guy Demel
        • 5 Years
        7 days, 1 hour ago

        At least it's bad for most people....

        1. Yome
          • 7 Years
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          Not for me Mate

      • Suave EU
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 2 Years
        7 days, 1 hour ago

        Balbuena > AWB (1)
        Robbo > Periera > Joselu... benched. Come on super sub!

      • Chrispin88
        • 2 Years
        7 days, 1 hour ago

        This is the situation VC takes away from the game. Long ago, when it was just (C)aptain, the art was the research and the gamble. In my mini league, everyone who had Salah Captain now gets another lifeline. It's almost a failsafe that you get a Captian who plays for the majority 38 weeks.

        1. Auboomerang
          • 1 Year
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          100% agree with this.

          Skill should be favoured over luck wherever possible.

          1. Chrispin88
            • 2 Years
            7 days, 1 hour ago

            Precisely Auboomerang. Back in the old days, if you were the fpl manager listening up to deadline the leeks etc or spending time getting the edge, it doesn't pay off anymore because everyone has a backstop and it irks that the casuals always have a great 2nd usually.

        2. Ajax Hamsterdam
          • 4 Years
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          My vc is Arnie so things haven't really changed.... 🙂 However I reckon Salah will play some part in the game

          1. Chrispin88
            • 2 Years
            7 days, 1 hour ago

            Haha, oh dear Ajax, well, indeed, I think he will, good luck.

        3. farmerfat
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 3 Years
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          Few people in my mini league have (c) and (vc) not playing

        4. SPorting
          • 7 Years
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          Well done for understanding the rules.

          1. Albrightondknight
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 3 Years
            7 days, 1 hour ago

            Was that scarcasm 🙂

            1. Deulofail
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 2 Years
              7 days, 1 hour ago

              Well done for understanding the sarcasm 😛

        5. Deulofail
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 2 Years
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          I don't think I agree with this. If you've done the research, you still have an advantage. And I'd argue that it reduces the effect of luck as it ensures nearly 100% of active playes get captain points each week, where just the (C) by itself could catch out even players who have done the research.

          1. Deulofail
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 2 Years
            7 days, 1 hour ago

            I don't like captaincy and vice captaincy, but I don't like captaincy without vice captaincy even more! 😀

          2. Chrispin88
            • 2 Years
            7 days, 1 hour ago

            Yes, on the flip side, managers can be caught out too, but therein lies the fun right. You were caught, gets you thinking more next round, leads managers to make irrational choices perhaps (that's what you want in your mini-league, as many chaotic events as possible), because there is no backstop. I feel it kind of sorts the men from the boys, one Captain and no backstop or this dilution of excitement, which is the Vice Captain saviour each week (mostly).

            1. Chrispin88
              • 2 Years
              7 days, 1 hour ago

              Take Captaining Aguero in my example, you don't actually know on many occasions and there's always much debate here about whether or not he's starting many weeks of the year. Currently you can Captain with ease and VC let's say Salah, you don't really worry. But given just the one captaincy choice, this is where managers make more mistakes and irrational choices (including me) in the mini-leagues. Seemed more fun then anyway on that front..

              1. Deulofail
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 2 Years
                7 days, 1 hour ago

                But I thought half the argument was that you wanted it to be more skill-based? What you're describing sounds like more fun = more luck.

                Regardless, it's still a bit risk that your captain might play 1 minute and deney your vice captain, which someone else may have captained to avoid the 1-minute cameo scenario.

                As Hulk says, it's a different mechanic, but the luck and excitement is much the same imo

                1. Deulofail
                  • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                  • 2 Years
                  7 days, 1 hour ago

                  Sorry for typos
                  big risk*
                  deny*

                2. Deulofail
                  • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                  • 2 Years
                  7 days, 1 hour ago

                  The fail-safe is also important for players who couldn't sign in to make a change one week because life got in the way. If they missed news on the Friday that someone was injured in training because of commitments to their actualy life, I think it's important not to punish them too harshly. Afterall, I'd prefer to encourage people to play FPL despite their real lives, rather than discourage them. Otherwise my victories feel empty 😀

                3. Chrispin88
                  • 2 Years
                  7 days, 1 hour ago

                  Yup, fairs Deulofail, so long as the excitement is there for you and others, fine.
                  Lastly, on the contrary about the fun stuff, just one Captain makes one have to think more carefully, thus play more skillfully, do you or don't you Captain Kun with the rumours he might be on the bench. If he's out for the season, you still have an army on non-playing teams who stuck the VC on Salah anyway, so look good all season.
                  Right, i'm boring myself now, cheers.

                  1. Deulofail
                    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                    • 2 Years
                    7 days, 1 hour ago

                    Haha!

                    With no VC, over the course of several seasons, you maybe be lucky to see your luck balance out between you and your rival, but with only 38 GWs, the variance is likely to conspire against you in almost half the seasons rather than reward your additional research or superior decision making, which could prove very frustrating.

                    It's already like that now with VC in action. The variance makes captaincy a poor measure of skill, even if it demonstrates higher skill levels after lots of seasons. Within each season, it can too easily be the difference between you beating someone worse than you (in all other aspects) and them beating you. Removing VC exhascerbates that effect imo. Cheers 😀

        6. Hulk Smash
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 3 Years
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          Some VCs are jammy but many choose their VC as carefully as their C so I don't really see how the VC feature is more luck-based than the C feature.

      • DantheManinaPan
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        7 days, 1 hour ago

        Of my 14 players (excluding reserve keeper), 5 have either not played, or are not starting today.
        In addition to this, I have -2 from Duffy, 0 from Arnie, 1 from AWB and 3 from Dilva.
        Only Sane and Fab have got me anything.

        Has anyone managed anything worse?

        1. DantheManinaPan
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 4 Years
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          Worth noting I took a -8, which leaves me currently on 10 points, with (K)ane and Bennett my 2 starters today

        2. Inazuma X1
          • 1 Year
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          Nope, probs the worst situation to be in.

        3. areianaras18
          • 1 Year
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          Only 7 of my 15 players are starters ffs

        4. Lemongrab
          • 9 Years
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          That's rough :/

      • rnrd
        • 4 Years
        7 days, 1 hour ago

        Best way for salah to get the bps actually is to play 30 min and score rather than 65 and score Too.
        Might be good news to see him benched

        1. areianaras18
          • 1 Year
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          You give me hope thanks mate

        2. Taking one for the team
          • 3 Years
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          Lol

        3. ⚔★Vibudh★⚔
          • 2 Years
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          Haha wow

        4. JammySprat
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          Please be the case.

      • Suave EU
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 2 Years
        7 days, 1 hour ago

        So going back to what I was saying earlier can anyone top my 191 points wasted (wrong starting XI and captain choices picked)...

        1. Demigod Mendy
          • 1 Year
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          191 is pretty okay in regards with what you've mentioned.

      • KAPTAIN KANE
        • 2 Years
        7 days, 1 hour ago

        Anybody know what's wrong with Kenedy?

        1. DA Minnion
          • 6 Years
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          Shot dead in Dallas.

          1. jdp219
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 1 Year
            7 days, 1 hour ago

            Too soon.

        2. rnrd
          • 4 Years
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          Cursed name

        3. potatoace
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 7 Years
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          got shot in the head
          75% chance of playing

      • Steve McCroskey
        • 5 Years
        7 days, 1 hour ago

        Salah (C) Wilson (VC). Gonna be a long 90 minutes.

        Looks like I picked the wrong week to stop sniffing glue.

        1. Yank Revolution
          • 7 Years
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          There's always acid

      • Mad Marvin
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 2 Years
        7 days, 1 hour ago

        Klopp must really not rate Burnley if he's playing Moreno.

        1. Rainer
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 2 Years
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          Its more showing respect to Bournemouth and having players at as close to 100% for Napoli.

          Falling over the line tonight is enough.

        2. yakirh
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 2 Years
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          Its not just Moreno

      • Triffic
        • 7 Years
        7 days, 1 hour ago

        Carnage tonight! Fortunately I don’t have TAA Mane Salah or Sterling and Laporte from yesterday

        1. Whazza
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 6 Years
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          Great info, cheers.

          1. Triffic
            • 7 Years
            7 days, 1 hour ago

            You are welcome

        2. ZICO SENNA
          • 7 Years
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          Cool story

      • THFC4LIFE
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 2 Years
        7 days, 1 hour ago

        Was planning to take a hit this weekend but I might save my transfer now with all this madness...

        1. MTPockets
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 9 Years
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          Same. Think I'll just leave it

        2. ZICO SENNA
          • 7 Years
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          Nor a bad option, reckon i’ll be doing the same

      • _sidney_will
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 2 Years
        7 days, 1 hour ago

        Went for Sane+Laca over Son+Auba, please Son don't punish me

      • #FPLBhuna
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 1 Year
        7 days, 1 hour ago

        Wolves 0-0

        Spurs 2-1 son brace

        Would do me well

        Salah goal off the bench would be helpful.. as hes my cap and arnie vice lol

        1. farmerfat
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 3 Years
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          No Kane ?

          1. #FPLBhuna
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 1 Year
            7 days, 1 hour ago

            Sadly not 🙁

      • Inazuma X1
        • 1 Year
        7 days, 1 hour ago

        I love how all the Salah cappers are optimistic to see him play today xD

        1. Taking one for the team
          • 3 Years
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          It’s very amusing isn’t it

      • BenDavies
        • 5 Years
        7 days, 1 hour ago

        (K)ane and Hazard owners hands up. o/

        1. Suave EU
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 2 Years
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          Sup o/

      • Bookkeeper
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 1 Year
        7 days, 1 hour ago

        Lucas Perez an option now?

        1. Dynamic Duos
          • 5 Years
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          I think Chico

      • Dynamic Duos
        • 5 Years
        7 days, 1 hour ago

        Ederson, Obiang and Arnie to
        Leno, Fraser and Chico/Jimenez? to kill some dead spots in my team

      • Daniel - DEXIT
        • 9 Years
        7 days, 1 hour ago

        Jsut saw lineups!!! This is carnage. Slautery

      • Ajax Hamsterdam
        • 4 Years
        7 days, 1 hour ago

        Can't wait for the scoutcast 🙂

        1. Az
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • Has Moderation Rights
          • 9 Years
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          I just want to be happy for once

        2. Girth Brooks
          • 4 Years
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          ugh just going to be David going on about how his stats were correct and no one could have ever possibly seen this coming

      • TheTinman
        • 3 Years
        7 days, 1 hour ago

        The first week I have needed him all season, Masuaku gets me 5pts off 3rd place on my bench.

        What a hero 😎 😆

        1. Dynamic Duos
          • 5 Years
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          That is a hero, Chris Boyd springs to mind.

      • jdp219
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 1 Year
        7 days, 1 hour ago

        Managing to field 11 right now makes me a bit worried about this weekend, even for the players I was planning to bring in. Happy December, everyone.

      • All Out of Mounie
        • 1 Year
        7 days, 1 hour ago

        13m noshow... totally worth it.

        1. Yome
          • 7 Years
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          Glad I got rid

      • boc610
        • 6 Years
        7 days, 1 hour ago

        LoLerpool

        1. Girth Brooks
          • 4 Years
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          lol

      • Az
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • Has Moderation Rights
        • 9 Years
        7 days, 1 hour ago

        Come on... this is my week to make up some ground!!
        Most of my players are playing, no Salah, Kane captain...

        Commee oonnnn!!!!!!!

        1. JammySprat
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          7 days, 1 hour ago

          Kane red inside the hour. Salah brace off the bench

          1. Girth Brooks
            • 4 Years
            7 days, 1 hour ago

            Salty

            1. JammySprat
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              7 days, 1 hour ago

              😀 I wouldn't wish that on anyone.