Fixtures

Who has the best and worst upcoming FPL fixtures?

Our regular “frisk” of the Premier League fixture list from a Fantasy perspective returns for the first time in 2019.

In this feature, we assess the top-flight clubs with the strongest and weakest runs of league matches over the coming weeks and offer our thoughts on the stand-out Fantasy assets from each of the sides discussed.

Although our primary focus will be on a six-Gameweek lookahead, we will scrutinise the long-term fixtures beyond that point where relevant.

The Strong

Tottenham Hotspur

Next six: MUN, ful, WAT, NEW, LEI, bur

Possible turning point: che (Gameweek 28)

Spurs are just over halfway through their excellent sequence of fixtures that began in Gameweek 15.

A resurgent Manchester United might prove to be stiff opposition this Sunday but the Red Devils have still only kept three clean sheets all season (the shut-out against Newcastle United was their first under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer) and remain less than convincing at the back.

The underlying defensive stats are positive under Solskjaer: United rank second for fewest shots on target conceded and third for fewest big chances conceded since the Norwegian took charge.

The calibre of United’s last four opponents has to be taken into account though and the jury remains out on a backline that still includes Phil Jones (£5.1m), who has looked suspect alongside the more impressive Victor Lindelof (£4.8m).

Son Heung-min (£8.8m) exits for the Asian Cup after Gameweek 22 and it remains to be seen how his departure affects Spurs’ attacking output, but the Lilywhites unquestionably have some fine fixtures regardless – including a triple-header at home against Watford, Newcastle and Leicester City.

All six of their next opponents rank among the bottom 11 teams for shots in the box conceded over the last six Gameweeks, with Watford, Newcastle and Fulham in the bottom five for attempts on target allowed over that period.

Leicester’s record of seven big chances conceded over the last six Gameweeks is inferior to only three other teams, however.

No side has kept as many clean sheets as Spurs in the last six Gameweeks, a run that has included shut-outs against two teams they face in Gameweeks 26 and 27: Leicester and Burnley.

Those two sides plus Newcastle and Fulham rank in the bottom half of the table for shots on target in Gameweeks 16-21.

Leicester, Fulham and Newcastle also sit in the bottom four for fewest goals scored over this period.

Liverpool

Next six: bha, CRY, LEI, whu, BOU, mun

Possible turning point: mun (Gameweek 27)

One of only three teams who avoid a “big six” side in the next five Gameweeks (the others being Everton and Southampton: see below), Liverpool’s fixtures command attention for those Fantasy managers with or indeed without the likes of Mohamed Salah (£13.3m).

The likelihood of huge attacking returns in the next three Gameweeks might not be as probable as it seems, though: Brighton, Palace and Leicester rank in the top seven sides for fewest big chances conceded since the beginning of December (Gameweek 14 onwards).

Liverpool “only” scored a total of five goals against these three clubs in the respective reverse fixtures but the Reds are now a different proposition to the somewhat restrained team they were in the first month of the season, ranking top or joint-top for attempts on goal, shots in the box, big chances and indeed goals scored since the start of last month.

Jurgen Klopp’s team found the net on 11 occasions in the reverse fixtures of the matches in Gameweeks 25-27, though Manchester United will be a different prospect to the limp side that they faced in Jose Mourinho’s final game in charge.

Nevertheless, only Fulham have recorded fewer clean sheets than both the Red Devils and West Ham this season, while Bournemouth have shipped six more goals than any other team (22 in total) since the beginning of December – including three to Salah in Gameweek 16.

Liverpool’s remaining Premier League fixtures in January most definitely offer the possibility of further clean sheets (the Reds have 12 already in 2018/19), with Brighton, Palace and Leicester in the bottom six for biggest chances created over the last eight Gameweeks.

Everton

Next six: BOU, sou, hud, WOL, wat, MCI

Possible turning point: MCI (Gameweek 27)

Everton’s lack of clean sheets of late – not a single shut-out in the last eight Gameweeks – is the source of much discussion in the Fantasy community regarding the appeal of Lucas Digne (£5.2m) and the Toffees’ next five matches could very well represent the French left-back’s swansong in our Fantasy squads, with Everton’s fixtures stiffening from Gameweek 27 onwards.

Huddersfield’s struggles for goals this season (13 in 21 league fixtures) offers a glimmer of hope for a rare clean sheet in Gameweek 24, while Bournemouth, Southampton and Wolves sit in the bottom half of the table for shots in the box over the last eight Gameweeks.

Five of their next six opponents (the Terriers being the predictable exception) are all scoring at a rate better than a goal a game since the start of December, however, while Everton rank second-bottom for big chances conceded during that time.

For those who own Richarlison (£6.9m) and co, however, there are encouraging omens.

Everton have scored against all of their next six opponents already this season, including Manchester City at the Etihad.

Five of their next half-dozen opponents (including Pep Guardiola’s side, who like Everton are without a clean sheet since November) also rank in the bottom half of the table for big chances conceded in the last eight Gameweeks.

Southampton

Next six: lei, EVE, CRY, bur, CAR, ars

And then: FUL

Possible turning point: mun (Gameweek 29)

Southampton’s upturn in fixtures prompted our recent analysis of two of their budget midfielders, with the Saints having the “easiest” run of matches over the next seven Gameweeks according to our Season Ticker.

In Gameweeks 25-28, Ralph Hasenhuttl’s troops face four of the six teams that have allowed the most shots on target in 2018/19. Arsenal are one of those sides, who the Saints put three goals past in December.

Cardiff City beat the south coast side 1-0 in Hasenhuttl’s first match in charge and the two teams will meet again at St. Mary’s in Gameweek 26.

The visit of Everton in Gameweek 23 is another attractive proposition from an attacking perspective: the Toffees have recorded no clean sheets in the last eight Gameweeks and have allowed the second-highest number of big chances (23) over that period.

Leicester and Palace’s defences will surely prove less obliging, with those two clubs ranking in the top three for fewest shots on target conceded over the last eight Gameweeks. The Foxes and Roy Hodgson’s side have registered a combined seven clean sheets during that period.

For those interested in Jan Bednarek (£3.9m) and co, the Saints face four teams between now and the end of February who have scored at a rate of a goal per game or less over the last eight Gameweeks: Leicester, Burnley, Cardiff and Fulham.

Five of the Saints’ next seven opponents also rank in the bottom half of the table for shots on target from Gameweek 14 onwards.

Also Consider

Cardiff City (HUD, new, ars, BOU, sou, WAT) aren’t a particularly popular team from a Fantasy perspective, with not one of their outfield players being owned by more than 4% of FPL managers.

There is no denying that the Bluebirds’ fixtures are among the best in the division over the next six Gameweeks, however, with only a trip to Arsenal – who themselves are unconvincing at the back – to be concerned about in the medium term.

Indeed, the Bluebirds’ appealing matches continue well into March and it is not until Chelsea visit South Wales in Gameweek 32 that Neil Warnock’s side have to really worry about a daunting fixture again.

Cardiff have largely held their own against mid-table/relegation fodder this season and only three clubs outside the “big six” have kept more clean sheets than the Bluebirds (five) in 2018/19.

Neil Warnock’s troops have, in fact, only conceded 16 goals in 14 matches against sides currently ranked seventh or below.

Their next two opponents, Huddersfield and Newcastle, have scored the joint-fewest number of goals in the Premier League this season.

Due to the reversal of their fixture against Spurs back in September, Watford (cry, BUR, tot, bha, EVE, car) only enjoy two home matches in the next seven Gameweeks.

The Hornets rank second for “defence” over the next half-dozen matches, though, taking on four of the sides that lie in the bottom six for shots on target in 2018/19.

Those same four teams – Cardiff, Palace, Brighton and Burnley – sit in the bottom half of the table for goals scored this campaign.

The defences Watford face might be tougher nuts to crack, however, with five of their next six opponents (the exception being Everton) among the ten meanest backlines for big chances conceded in the last eight Gameweeks.

The Weak

Leicester City

Next six: SOU, wol, liv, MUN, tot, CRY

Possible turning point: CRY (Gameweek 27)

A Gameweek 22 encounter with Southampton is the calm before the storm for Claude Puel’s side, with trips to Wolves, Liverpool and Spurs sandwiching the visit of Manchester United before the Foxes’ fixtures turn for the better in Gameweek 27.

Leicester are a difficult team to fathom of late and recent evidence suggests those tricky-looking upcoming fixtures aren’t a formality, with the Foxes having defeated Chelsea, Manchester City and Everton over the last four Gameweeks.

This is the same team, of course, that lost at home to Cardiff and were then dumped out of the FA Cup by League Two club Newport County on Sunday.

Leicester’s defensive solidity – only Chelsea have conceded fewer shots on target in the last eight Gameweeks – will be tested by their matches in Gameweeks 24-26, with Liverpool, Manchester United and Spurs having each scored the joint-highest number of goals (23) since the start of last month.

Gameweek 27 looks a great time to invest in Leicester assets, however, with the Foxes avoiding any of the “big six” in their subsequent nine fixtures.

Bournemouth

Next six: eve, WHU, CHE, car, liv, WOL

And then: ars, MCI

Possible turning point: hud (Gameweek 30)

While Bournemouth have taken some pummelings in December, many Fantasy managers retain a soft spot for the Cherries and their assets.

Ryan Fraser (£6.1m) and Callum Wilson (£6.7m) remain the best-value FPL players in their respective positions and many Fantasy bosses have stuck with their Bournemouth players through the winter months in spite of a tail-off in form and fixtures for Eddie Howe’s side.

Goals for both players in the 3-3 draw with Watford would have rekindled interest but there is little let-up in Bournemouth’s tough schedule, as the Cherries sit bottom of our Season Ticker for the next eight Gameweeks.

There won’t be much interest in Bournemouth’s defensive assets (the Cherries have conceded 22 goals since the start of December, six more than any other club) but visits to Everton and Cardiff at least offer the hope of an attacking return for Fraser and Wilson, with those two sides also sitting in the bottom three for goals conceded over the last eight Gameweeks.

West Ham, meanwhile, have recorded only three clean sheets all season and rank 17th for shots on target and big chances conceded in 2018/19.

Also Consider

Top of our Season Ticker for the second quarter of the season but bottom for the next four Gameweeks, Newcastle United (che, CAR, MCI, tot, wol, HUD) are the first in a trio of unfashionable clubs (from an FPL point of view, we hasten to add) whose limited appeal is further diminished by their upcoming schedule.

No side has scored fewer goals than the Magpies since the beginning of December and matches against Chelsea, Manchester City and Spurs in Gameweeks 22, 24 and 25 make for grim reading.

Only two sides have allowed fewer big chances than Wolves in the last eight Gameweeks, meanwhile, which doesn’t bode well for the Magpies’ prospects at Molineux either.

Home games against Cardiff and Huddersfield could make or break Newcastle’s season and the prospects of clean sheets all round in those two fixtures look strong: the Bluebirds and David Wagner’s side sit in the bottom three with the Tyneside outfit for shots on target from Gameweek 14 onwards.

The fact that back-up goalkeeper Ben Hamer (£4.0m) and the now-departed Collin Quaner (£4.3m) are Huddersfield Town‘s (car, MCI, EVE, che, ARS, new) two most popular FPL assets says all there is to know about the Terriers’ stock in the FPL community, so we won’t waste time discussing why they are ones to avoid. Suffice to say, Wagner’s troops have lost their last nine fixtures in all competitions.

As with Newcastle, the Terriers face two must-win games either side of a tetralogy of daunting fixtures and it is the away matches against Neil Warnock and Rafael Benitez’s sides that represent their best chance of any sort of Fantasy returns over the coming half-dozen Gameweeks.

It is perhaps unfair to lump Brighton and Hove Albion (LIV, mun, ful, WAT, BUR, che) in with the two aforementioned relegation-threatened clubs but like Newcastle, the Seagulls’ kind autumn schedule has given way to an altogether more testing succession of fixtures.

In their coming half-dozen league matches, Chris Hughton’s side face five of the seven clubs who have created the most big chances since the start of December (Fulham being the exception).

While FPL managers are unlikely to be punting on a member of Brighton’s backline during this period, the Seagulls could make life tricky for the likes of Liverpool, Manchester United and Chelsea between now and the end of February: from Gameweek 14 onwards, only Maurizio Sarri’s side have conceded fewer big chances than the Sussex club.

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  1. DAZZ
    • 4 Years
    2 months, 9 days ago

    Are Burton players even enjoying this game? I doubt it, do they want to play the 2cd leg? Totally pointless

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

      Instead of making pointless outfield players subs why don't they sub the keeper and give someone else a chance to face these shots.

    2. Flapjack ✅
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 6 Years
      2 months, 9 days ago

      I’m sure they are enjoying it still.

      1. DAZZ
        • 4 Years
        2 months, 9 days ago

        I suppose you’re right to be fair. They’re playing KDB, Silva, Mahrez, Sane world class players, they might not get a chance again in their careers.

    3. Epic Fail ⚽ 墅
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      2 months, 9 days ago

      Although if i were Burton I would probably field the Under 17s in the 2nd game. It would be a dream come true for them.

      And what stick would Man City get if they took the pish against kids.

      1. Flapjack ✅
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 6 Years
        2 months, 9 days ago

        Gotta let the fans enjoy it at their own ground still

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

          Tell the fans in advance that the kids are gonna play. Maybe have 3 or 4 first teamers down the spine. They'll enjoy it.

  2. Ji-Sung Park
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 3 Years
    2 months, 9 days ago

    I got cash to upgrade Son to Salah this round. Should i buy Salah this GW or save the transfer for next week?

  3. AuFeld
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 2 Years
    2 months, 9 days ago

    Start Jimenez or Mitro this week?

  4. Fantastisk
    2 months, 9 days ago

    Do they honestly need to bother with the return leg? Just pretend this sorry affair never happened.

    1. Flapjack ✅
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 6 Years
      2 months, 9 days ago

      You never know mate.

      The magic of the cup!!

      1. TheDragon
        2 months, 9 days ago

        Lol - this got me

  5. Flapjack ✅
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 6 Years
    2 months, 9 days ago

    “Nigel Cloughs Burton Albion”

  6. fedolefan
    • 4 Years
    2 months, 9 days ago

    That Monday game without City or Wolves is going to be a wreck to sit through

  7. diesel001
    • 2 Years
    2 months, 9 days ago

    9-0

    Mahrez G
    Bernardo A

  8. tm245
    • 7 Years
    2 months, 9 days ago

    I smell a skunk.

  9. Auboomerang
    • 1 Year
    2 months, 9 days ago

    10-0 is happening, bend over boyos.

    1. Deulofail
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      2 months, 9 days ago

      Ready and waiting

      1. Deulofail
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 3 Years
        2 months, 9 days ago

        Still waiting

  10. Jᴀʀᴠish
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 4 Years
    2 months, 9 days ago

    Will 10 fit in the score box or will the score box expand?

    1. Fred54
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 4 Years
      2 months, 9 days ago

      What have you done with sarcy Jarvish?!

      1. Jᴀʀᴠish
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        2 months, 9 days ago

        Ask your mum

        1. Fred54
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 4 Years
          2 months, 9 days ago

          She's only my step mom. Filthy cow, I miss my mom.

          :Sobs:

  11. Gravless are for Kinnear
    • 5 Years
    2 months, 9 days ago

    Those complaining about the gap between City and Burton should have hope for the future. Post-Brexit, none of these fancy foreigner players will be allowed in and the gap between the PL and Ryman North League should lessen. Then we'll see some proper football and the magic of the cup will return. Just like the good old days.

    1. Rainer
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      2 months, 9 days ago

      Will we still be allowed to have our naked protest?

    2. tm245
      • 7 Years
      2 months, 9 days ago

      Is that you, Maxi Real English Fan?

    3. Fantastisk
      2 months, 9 days ago

      Be difficult to get to the matches though with the permanent traffic jam caused by lorries.

      1. Gravless are for Kinnear
        • 5 Years
        2 months, 9 days ago

        Use lorries as the goals

        1. Fantastisk
          2 months, 9 days ago

          As long as they're good quality British lorries, can't be having none of this foreign muck.

    4. Epic Fail ⚽ 墅
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      2 months, 9 days ago

      No more muslamic ray guns.

    5. Jᴀʀᴠish
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 4 Years
      2 months, 9 days ago

      Jacob Rees Mogg is for Kinnear

    6. Patch
      • 1 Year
      2 months, 9 days ago

      Is that you James Goddard?

    7. diesel001
      • 2 Years
      2 months, 9 days ago

      There is an issue with foreign players in the PL and opportunities given to British youngsters IMO. Nothing to do with Brexit though.

      Will be good when these regs about not being able to loan out all your youngsters come into play as then some of the top clubs can't just hoard players.

      1. Fantastisk
        2 months, 9 days ago

        Chelsea.

  12. Winners900
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 2 Years
    2 months, 9 days ago

    Can anyone help me?

    A) Laporte-> Trent Alexander. Hazard(C). Wait with Salah the next gmw after.
    B) Aubamayang+Richarlison -> Ings/Deeney+Salah -4p. Salah(C)

    Appreciate some help guys! Cheers

    1. Top Lad Dakes.
      • 2 Years
      2 months, 9 days ago

      A

  13. Top Lad Dakes.
    • 2 Years
    2 months, 9 days ago

    How has Sane looked today? No goals maybe a bit worrying considering they’re 9-0 up...

    1. Fantastisk
      2 months, 9 days ago

      He looked shattered.

      1. Top Lad Dakes.
        • 2 Years
        2 months, 9 days ago

        Really? Bugger.

        From the random bbc live text feed posts I read sounds like he was involved a decent bit and could have had more attacking returns anyway?

        1. _Ninja_
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 8 Years
          2 months, 9 days ago

          He looked really good, got multiple assists and was subbed off to rest for the wolves game.

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

      He got subbed. Get the man juice readied.

      1. Patch
        • 1 Year
        2 months, 9 days ago

        Oh dear didn't realise he was subbed...it's like a bad brother pledge gone wrong...or I just did a Brexit

    2. Top Lad Dakes.
      • 2 Years
      2 months, 9 days ago

      Great minds Patch, lol. Is a bit worrying he’s not gotten anything... he got 2 assists or something though?

    3. _Ninja_
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      2 months, 9 days ago

      Hes keeping his goals for the PL.

    4. GloryManUnited
      2 months, 9 days ago

      He had like 4 1/2 assists

      1. Top Lad Dakes.
        • 2 Years
        2 months, 9 days ago

        Awright good sh**

    5. Rainer
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      2 months, 9 days ago

      Load it up!

  15. _Ninja_
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 8 Years
    2 months, 9 days ago

    Burton are unlucky not to get a draw here. Been a close game.

    1. Gravless are for Kinnear
      • 5 Years
      2 months, 9 days ago

      Reported for causing offence to Burton fans. I'm sure there's a poster on here with a Burton grav

  16. Nomar
    • 9 Years
    2 months, 9 days ago

    Got 2 FT £1.2M ITB and no clue what to do next.

    Fabianski, Lössl
    Digne, Robertson, Doherty, AwB, Bednarek
    Snodgrass, Camarasa, Pogba, Salah, Hazard
    Deeney, Kane, Jimenez

    Only thing I can think of is Deeney to Barnes. A bit meh really.

    1. The Baby-faced Assassin
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 6 Years
      2 months, 9 days ago

      Snoddy > Fraser?

      1. Nomar
        • 9 Years
        2 months, 9 days ago

        Possibly

  17. RamaJama
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 6 Years
    2 months, 9 days ago

    Take a hit to get in Sane or kdb?

    1. Nomar
      • 9 Years
      2 months, 9 days ago

      Who, you?

      1. RamaJama
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 6 Years
        2 months, 9 days ago

        Yes

  18. DV8R
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 7 Years
    2 months, 9 days ago

    Inb4 1-1 against Wolves on Monday with an unassisted Fernandinho goal

    1. RamaJama
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 6 Years
      2 months, 9 days ago

      Could be, not easy to score more than 1 goal on Wolves, and best away

  19. Monkey Hanger
    • 5 Years
    2 months, 9 days ago

    Initially the League Cup was designed for lower clubs to boost revenue. First ten years or so the top two divisions couldn't enter. Maybe time to scrap it.

    1. Jᴀʀᴠish
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 4 Years
      2 months, 9 days ago

      Wasn't it originally for clubs with floodlights only? May have dreamt that fact.

      1. Monkey Hanger
        • 5 Years
        2 months, 9 days ago

        Think when top clubs entered it was because they got entry to one of the European tournaments.

    2. Gravless are for Kinnear
      • 5 Years
      2 months, 9 days ago

      Isn't that the Johnstone Paint Trophy?

      1. Monkey Hanger
        • 5 Years
        2 months, 9 days ago

        Much later comp.

  20. sentz05
    • 2 Years
    2 months, 9 days ago

    No pressing matters and 2FT How does Delefou in for Snodgrass sound?

    1. Nomar
      • 9 Years
      2 months, 9 days ago

      Meh

  21. Rainer
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 2 Years
    2 months, 9 days ago

    Mahrez undroppable for the Wolves game?

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

      He's been dropped lots of times. Nothing's changed.

    2. kalmoffit
      • 5 Years
      2 months, 9 days ago

      They will realise Sterling has been holding them back

    3. Fantastisk
      2 months, 9 days ago

      There's absolutely no way Pep would drop him. Not a chance. Never.

      1. RamaJama
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 6 Years
        2 months, 9 days ago

        Not even AS he’s holding his hamstring right now?

        1. Fantastisk
          2 months, 9 days ago

          Just warming it up m8.

    4. Ambrosiana Inter
      • 1 Year
      2 months, 9 days ago

      Sterling back

  22. Daniel Exeter
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 6 Years
    2 months, 9 days ago

    Hazard and Son > Salah and Fraser -4

    Fraser as my 4th mid

  23. RamaJama
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 6 Years
    2 months, 9 days ago

    Mahrez hamstring?

  24. diesel001
    • 2 Years
    2 months, 9 days ago

    Most competitive the game has been now. City desperate to get 10 and Burton desperate to not concede 10.

  25. Fantastisk
    2 months, 9 days ago

    D Silva feet up this weekend?

  26. diesel001
    • 2 Years
    2 months, 9 days ago

    9-0 FT

    Well played City

  27. thischarmingman
    • 7 Years
    2 months, 9 days ago

    I've been struggling to decide who to downgrade in order to do Son > Salah
    A) Kane -> Aguero
    B) Alonso -> TAA
    C) Fanderson -> ?

    But now that Ings is out, I can just do:
    D) Ings -> Quaner

    Ings wouldnt be playing next few anyway - makes sense?

  28. Daniel - juuuhuuu
    • 9 Years
    2 months, 9 days ago

    Who do you prefer? Both of them are same selling price for me.

    Alonso or Richarlison?

    1. DandyDon
      2 months, 9 days ago

      Keep Richarlison for next run of fixtures

  29. Epic Fail ⚽ 墅
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 8 Years
    2 months, 9 days ago

    Can't even score 10 home to Burton. Time to sell Man City assets.

    1. Daniel - juuuhuuu
      • 9 Years
      2 months, 9 days ago

      Good one

  30. Ambrosiana Inter
    • 1 Year
    2 months, 9 days ago

    Predicted city line up for Monday?

    1. Daniel - juuuhuuu
      • 9 Years
      2 months, 9 days ago

      Sterling Sane Kun

    2. kalmoffit
      • 5 Years
      2 months, 9 days ago

      Bsilva and ten others

    3. lindeg
      2 months, 9 days ago

      allison, danilo, laporte, stones, walker, fernandinho, dilva, bilva, sane, sterling, aguero

      1. lindeg
        2 months, 9 days ago

        obv meant ederson

    4. DandyDon
      2 months, 9 days ago

      Think de brunye will play ahead of d.silva after he played 90mins.

      1. lindeg
        2 months, 9 days ago

        yeah pretty much the only doubt