Scout Notes

Latest defeat eases sale of Everton assets for Blank Gameweek 27

Another defeat for Everton has made preparation for Blank Gameweek 27 a little easier for Fantasy Premier League managers.

The Toffees do not have a league fixture until Gameweek 28 now, but their rotten run of form has dramatically reduced interest in their assets for the long-term.

Meanwhile, Southampton suffered their third league defeat under new manager Ralph Hasenhüttl against Cardiff.

Watford 1-0 Everton

Goals: Andre Gray (£5.9m)

Assists: Will Hughes (£4.9m)

Richarlison (£6.7m) and his Everton colleagues ensured they would be ditched en masse ahead of Gameweek 27 after a 1-0 defeat at Watford on Saturday. For the third match in a row, the Brazilian did not register a single shot, despite operating in his preferred position on the left flank of attacking midfield again. With no fixture in the next Gameweek, and Liverpool and Chelsea to come soon afterwards, it does look as if the time is up for Everton assets.

The Toffees continue to slump down the attacking charts in the Premier League, no team creating few big chances than them across their last four matches. Meanwhile, just three teams recorded fewer shots inside the box than them over that period. Cenk Tosun (£6.5m) has recently been recalled to the side as Marco Silva tries to find a new formula for attacking play, but his shot-shy nature has only contributed to the Toffees problems in front of goal. The Turkish international has mustered just four shots since Gameweek 23, although three of those did come against Watford on Saturday.

Meanwhile, Gylfi Sigurdsson (£7.3m) continues to be Everton’s primary goal threat with 12 shots on goal in the last five matches. However, his chance creation has dropped off massively, playing just two key passes in that time.

“I knew before I came in that this team has problems creating chances. We changed it in the first months of the season but now we are having problems to create again and it is up to us to find ways to change.” – Marco Silva

There might be a case for holding onto Lucas Digne (£5.3m) as he finished the trip to Watford as the most creative player on the pitch and still managed an effort on goal. His price makes him a little more benchable than his other colleagues, while he could be rotated on and off the bench with Cardiff (away) and Newcastle (away) awaiting Everton in Gameweeks 28 and 30 respectively.

However, defensive returns are hard to predict in those fixtures, with just two clean sheets in 14 matches. The Toffees have won just three times in that run, with only Fulham and Huddersfield, the Premier League’s bottom two, picking up fewer points since the start of December. Furthermore, in their last four, Everton have shipped the third-worst number of big chances.

To make matters worse, they will also be without Kurt Zouma (£5.0m) for their next Premier League fixture in Gameweek 28, against Cardiff on February 26. He was shown two yellow cards after the full-time whistle at Vicarage Road for complaining about a refereeing decision in the build-up to Watford’s goal.

That was scored by Andre Gray (£5.9m), finding the net for the first time since Gameweek 6. The centre-forward was making just his second appearance since Gameweek 15 when he came on for Ken Sema (£4.6m) at half-time, in a move which could facilitate a change of shape in future from Javi Gracia.

“In that moment we decided to change the shape because playing with Troy and Gerard we didn’t find the way to attack well. I prefer in that moment to play with Troy and Andre, and with Gerard on the left because we weren’t precise. I think the way to attack was directly and be ready for the second balls.” – Javi Gracia

Gray has not had much of a look-in since Gerard Deulofeu (£5.5m) began to play as a second striker alongside Troy Deeney (£5.9m) back in the autumn, but against Everton, Gracia made the decision to push the midfielder onto the left flank and allow the former Burnley man to play up front. He played well and found himself in the right place at the right time to convert Will Hughes‘ (£4.9m) cross.

“I was very pleased for him. He deserved his reward today. I think he helped the team a lot in the second half and when he scored, I was very, very happy for him.” – Javi Gracia

Watford’s recent upturn in defensive returns is worthy of note for Fantasy managers. The Hornets now have clean sheets in three of their last four outings and back-to-back shutouts at home. That has put Ben Foster (£4.6m) in a position to average seven points per game in that time, mainly because Watford are still allowing a high number of chances. Just four teams have conceded more shots in the box since Gameweek 23 than the Hornets, which could indicate the clean sheets will dry up soon, with Liverpool and Manchester City two of their next four opponents, but it has meant Foster has been able to secure additional points. In the selected period, he has made 15 saves, earning points for them in each of the last four and bonus in three matches.

“I think the team is defending a high level. Not only the defensive line and not only the goalkeeper, but all of them have played really well, defending well as a team. It was very demanding, but they did it.” – Javi Gracia

These defensive returns have also benefited Jose Holebas (£4.8m), but the full-back should be avoided for at least the next couple of Gameweeks. After picking up his 10th yellow card of the season against Everton on Saturday, Holebas is now suspended for two league matches. One of those will be Watford’s trip to Cardiff City in Gameweek 27 and the other will be the away match at Liverpool’s Anfield in Gameweek 28, where Mohamed Salah (£13.6m) scored four times against Watford last season. He will return for the home match against Leicester in Gameweek 29.

“Yes, [it’s a shame to have Holebas suspended] but I prefer not to complain about the players I don’t have. In this case, we have other players like Adam Masina who are ready. We will have to do something different, but we didn’t have Kiko [Femenía], Roberto Pereyra, Sebastian Prödl and Isaac Success and the team keeps going.” – Javi Gracia

Kiko Femenía (£4.2m) was due to play in Gameweek 26 but was not risked in the end with a hamstring injury. Gracia provided an update on him after the win over Everton, as well as on Roberto Pereyra (£6.1m), who has missed the last two with the same problem as Femenía.

“Yesterday before training, I thought Kiko was ready but after that, we decided it was better to wait,” said Gracia. “Pereyra is in his process, he’s improving. I’m not sure if he will be ready for the next game or whether we will wait.” – Javi Gracia

Watford XI (4-4-2): Foster; Holebas, Cathcart, Mariappa, Janmaat; Sema (A Gray 45′), Capoue, Doucouré, Hughes (Chalobah 90′); Deeney, Deulofeu (Cleverley 81′).

Everton XI (4-2-3-1): Pickford; Digne, Zouma, Keane, Kenny; A Gomes (Walcott 63′), Gueye; Sigurdsson (Calvert-Lewin 74′), Davies, Richarlison (Bernard 66′); Tosun.

Southampton 1-2 Cardiff City

Goals: Jack Stephens (£4.2m) | Sol Bamba (£4.6m), Kenneth Zohorè (£4.6m)

Assists: Charlie Austin (£5.5m) | Callum Paterson (£5.0m), Víctor Camarasa (£4.6m)

It was the second blank in a row for James Ward-Prowse (£5.1m) on Saturday as Cardiff snatched a late victory at Southampton. However, the midfielder continues to be the Saints’ most appealing player as he finished the game with more key passes than any other player. Having played nine of them in the last four matches, Ward-Prowse, back in a central role against Cardiff, could still offer potential as a fourth or fifth midfielder.

Also re-announcing himself to the Fantasy world was Charlie Austin (£5.5m), who arrived on the pitch all guns blazing as a second-half substitute. With Danny Ings (£5.4m) still out injured, the former QPR man replaced Shane Long (£4.7m) in the 72nd minute but finished the match with more than double the shots in the box of any other player. His energetic 18-minute display earned him the assist for Jack Stephens’ (£4.2m) dramatic equaliser. If Austin can work his way back into the side and keep up that level of goal threat, he would be worth considering.

However, the fixtures now turn for Southampton with Arsenal (away), Man United (away) and Spurs (home) three of their next four opponents, likely to reduce any interest in their assets for some time. The Gameweek 31 trip to Watford is also still up in the air, potentially set for a postponement if the Hornets beat QPR in the FA Cup.

Interestingly, it might actually be the case that Ralph Hasenhüttl and Southampton might actually prefer those tougher fixtures compared to their recent so-called ‘six-pointers’. With just two points from a possible nine against other sides in the bottom eight in the last three Gameweeks, it is possible that the Saints are struggling to come to terms with being the dominant team in a fixture.

Under Hasenhüttl, Southampton have become big on high pressure on their opponents and hitting them on the counter-attack. That type of tactic is not quite as effective against sides like Cardiff, who allowed their hosts to have a greater share of possession on Saturday. Neil Etheridge (£4.7m) was the busier of the two goalkeepers at the St Mary’s Stadium, but the Saints were largely restricted to long-distance shots as the Bluebirds sat back. Conversely, in three matches played against top-six sides so far this season, Hasenhüttl has four points from a possible nine, suggesting there will be more space to exploit against Arsenal, Man United and Spurs.

“Dominance is not interesting because it is not the way we want to play but against this opponent, you have more ball possession than normal. It is not what counts in the end. In the end, they scored twice and we scored once so it is not enough.” – Ralph Hasenhüttl

Also, it should be noted that Southampton continue to struggle defensively. They have recorded just one clean sheet since Hasenhüttl took over, averaging 1.4 goals conceded per game. Cardiff came to the south coast with just seven goals in 12 away matches but left having found the net twice. For those reasons, budget enabler Jan Bednarek (£4.0m) is likely to remain on our benches for some time.

Meanwhile, Neil Warnock’s team selections get harder to predict with each passing week. Against Southampton, he opted for a three-man defence featuring Sol Bamba (£4.6m), Bruno Ecuélé Manga (£4.4m) and Lee Peltier (£3.9m). Joe Bennett (£4.4m) and Callum Paterson (£5.0m) were the wing-backs in a 3-4-1-2 system.

There was a return for Víctor Camarasa (£4.6m) from injury as he replaced Oumar Niasse (£5.0m) in the 83rd minute. He provided the assist for the winning goal. That was scored by fellow substitute Kenneth Zohoré (£4.6m), who until Saturday was yet to score a Premier League goal this season.

“I thought we were super after that. I’m really pleased for Ken and Victor [Camarasa] – both the subs helped for the winning goal.” – Neil Warnock

“Scoring the goal felt good. Everybody knows that I’ve had a tough year with injuries and not playing so much, so for me to come on and get the winner was a big thing for me and the team.” – Kenneth Zohoré

Southampton XI (3-5-2): McCarthy; Vestergaard (Elyounoussi 72′), Stephens, Bednarek; Bertrand, Ward-Prowse, Romeu, Højbjerg, Valery (Gallagher 83′); Long (Austin 72′), Redmond.

Cardiff City XI (3-4-1-2): Etheridge; Bamba, Ecuélé Manga, Peltier; Bennett, Ralls, Gunnarsson (Bacuna 62′), Paterson; Arter; Niasse (Camarasa 83′), Reid (Zohoré 62′).

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501 Comments Post a Comment
  1. Team Cruel
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 3 Years
    2 months, 6 days ago

    "Chelsea defender Marcos Alonso caught leaving his £60,000 Porsche Cayenne over double yellow lines on a kerb after heading wrong way down a one way street. #CFC"

    How is he still allowed to drive?

    1. Zladan
      • 1 Year
      2 months, 6 days ago

      That’s nothing compared to the time he

    2. Sons and Löwes
      • 1 Year
      2 months, 6 days ago

      'Wrong way down a one way streeeeet!'

  2. HurriKane
    • 6 Years
    2 months, 6 days ago

    Rondon has been involed in 8 goals in his last 14 pl starts.

    Anyone else considering taking a punt?

    Next 5 fixtures- (HUD BUR whu EVE bou)

    Feel like If you ever going to own him this season nows the time ( if you got spare cash to upgrade Kamara as most owns rashford jimenez )

    1. Jᴀʀᴠish
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 4 Years
      2 months, 6 days ago

      Taking a punt? I'm considering captaining 😎

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

      For Kamara - fair enough, but otherwise who would you sell for Rondon?

      1. sunnyh
        • 5 Years
        2 months, 6 days ago

        Most have Auba/Aguero Rash Jim dont they

    3. Amey
        2 months, 6 days ago

        I can get him for Kamara 😮
        Nice suggestion. Thank you mate.

      • RAFA THE GAFFA
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 3 Years
        2 months, 6 days ago

        Might go Almiron

      • sunnyh
        • 5 Years
        2 months, 6 days ago

        I've got Auba Rash Kamara

        Seriously debating to go Keane + Kamara --> 4.8M + Rondon (-4) for this week

    4. Dynamic Duos
      • 5 Years
      2 months, 6 days ago

      Richarlison replacement? 9.3m to spend

      A) Eriksen
      B) Anderson
      C) Someone else?

      1. Gravless are for Kinnear
        • 5 Years
        2 months, 6 days ago

        Son

        1. Dynamic Duos
          • 5 Years
          2 months, 6 days ago

          Got Son, got all the the popular ones

          Salah Pogba Son Brooks

          1. The Enlightener
            • 5 Years
            2 months, 6 days ago

            Really only leaves Eriksen then, IMO.

      2. RAFA THE GAFFA
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 3 Years
        2 months, 6 days ago

        Martial?

        1. Dynamic Duos
          • 5 Years
          2 months, 6 days ago

          V Liverpool rather not tbh

          1. DDGs Snipped Ponytail
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            2 months, 6 days ago

            Liverpool have no starting fullbacks left, Martial will shred them

            1. DDGs Snipped Ponytail
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              2 months, 6 days ago

              *CBs

    5. Amey
        2 months, 6 days ago

        If have to get one, who would you get ??

        A. Murray
        B. Gross

        Thank you guys !!

        1. THFC4LIFE
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 2 Years
          2 months, 6 days ago

          Gross probably

          1. Amey
              2 months, 6 days ago

              Thank you !!

          2. RAFA THE GAFFA
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 3 Years
            2 months, 6 days ago

            B

            1. Amey
                2 months, 6 days ago

                Thank you Rafa !

          3. RAFA THE GAFFA
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 3 Years
            2 months, 6 days ago

            Who goes and who stays??? Any advice would be great. 1FT & 1.1ITB. Having a v poor season.

            Fabianski
            Kolasinac • Doherty • AWB
            Mané • Salah • Son • Martial • Rich**
            Rashford • Aguero**
            (Button / Bednarek / Digne** / Kamara**)

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

              Those with the ** except Aguero

              1. RAFA THE GAFFA
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 3 Years
                2 months, 6 days ago

                For -8?

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

                  Would start with Rich for free, then up to you on hits.

            2. THFC4LIFE
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 2 Years
              2 months, 6 days ago

              I’d do Rich > Anderson maybe even C him

              1. RAFA THE GAFFA
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 3 Years
                2 months, 6 days ago

                What about Almiron? 🙂 has Anderson been playing well? Done nothing for me for weeks

            3. Amey
                2 months, 6 days ago

                Richa to jota ??

                1. RAFA THE GAFFA
                  • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                  • 3 Years
                  2 months, 6 days ago

                  Don’t fancy Jota. Possibly Anderson or Almiron

                  1. Amey
                      2 months, 6 days ago

                      Anderson then.

              • Dynamic Duos
                • 5 Years
                2 months, 6 days ago

                A) or B)

                A) No keeper
                B) Ederson to Dubravka -4

                1. RAFA THE GAFFA
                  • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                  • 3 Years
                  2 months, 6 days ago

                  Martin

                2. Amey
                    2 months, 6 days ago

                    A

                3. Denver Omelette
                    2 months, 6 days ago

                    Chances of aguero price drop after blank gw? 0.1 short of getting him right now

                    1. THFC4LIFE
                      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                      • 2 Years
                      2 months, 6 days ago

                      Doubt it, could rise again before the deadline

                    2. Jacky boy
                      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                      • 2 Years
                      2 months, 6 days ago

                      Zero

                  • kalmoffit
                    • 5 Years
                    2 months, 6 days ago

                    Is Zinchenko going to get a run in the team? Mendy Return date any clearer?

                    1. DDGs Snipped Ponytail
                      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                      2 months, 6 days ago

                      How long is he in Hong Kong?

                      1. Ginkapo FPL
                        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                        • 7 Years
                        2 months, 6 days ago

                        Till Chinese New Year is completely over I suspect

                  • THFC4LIFE
                    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                    • 2 Years
                    2 months, 6 days ago

                    Thinking of an alternative chip strategy,

                    WC 30
                    FH 31
                    BB 32
                    TC 35

                    Dgw32 fixtures should be released once we know who’s blanking in gw31, and probably be able to guess who will be blanking in 33 once the fixtures are known for the FA QF’s so can take a hit or 2 if needed. Thoughts?

                    1. Amey
                        2 months, 6 days ago

                        Nice strategy if Dgw fixtures are known by gw 30.

                      • kalmoffit
                        • 5 Years
                        2 months, 6 days ago

                        No need to even think about it until FACup draw.

                      • MTPockets
                        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                        • 9 Years
                        2 months, 6 days ago

                        Maybe. But 3 weeks+ between GW30 and GW32. That's a lot of time for things to go wrong with wc selections (CL, Europa, Int break)

                      • The 5% Team
                          2 months, 6 days ago

                          we know who's blanking in GW31 by next week, but the fixtures for DGW32 might take a bit longer to be confirmed. But we will probably know by week 30, so that would work with your strategy.

                      • PepSala
                        • 3 Years
                        2 months, 6 days ago

                        Rashford to Rondon(c) worth it?

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

                          Demands large testicles. Larger than mine

                        2. Pep Pig
                          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                          • 2 Years
                          2 months, 6 days ago

                          Don't let anyone talk you out of it pal if it's your gut feeling. I'm assuming you don't want 4 players or so in the same game. I'm making the switch from Firmino to Arnie (C). I've just uploaded a piece on Newcastle and think they could do very well over the coming weeks. Good luck mate

                          1. RAFA THE GAFFA
                            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                            • 3 Years
                            2 months, 6 days ago

                            Would have done a lot better without last nights disgraceful goal. Huge pressure is on in the next two now at home as well. I hope you are right though

                        3. Jᴀʀᴠish
                          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                          • 4 Years
                          2 months, 6 days ago

                          #SirRonaldDonaldFTW

                          1. PepSala
                            • 3 Years
                            2 months, 6 days ago

                            damn wasn't expecting this reaction. I thought the masses would demand an apology hahha

                            1. Pep Pig
                              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                              • 2 Years
                              2 months, 6 days ago

                              Fortune favours the brave. NUFC have a sunny break in Spain for 12 days now but personally, I think these kind fixtures could be the turning point to their season. Surely Rafa knows they have to beat what's in front of them. Certainly over the next 5

                        4. Amey
                            2 months, 6 days ago

                            Maverick
                            Also consider Arnie/Murray if fit.

                        5. Dynamic Duos
                          • 5 Years
                          2 months, 6 days ago

                          Looks like it is

                          Richarlison and Ederson to Eriksen and Dubravka -4

                        6. Super Saints
                          • 2 Years
                          2 months, 6 days ago

                          A. Keane + Rashford > Schindler + Lacazette(c) -4?
                          B. Keane > Pereira

                          Boruc
                          Kola AWB Jonny *****
                          Salah Son Pogba Westwood
                          Jimenez Rashford
                          Ryan Bednarek Aguero Hazard

                          1. Amey
                              2 months, 6 days ago

                              B

                              1. Super Saints
                                • 2 Years
                                2 months, 6 days ago

                                Thanks, agree.

                          2. Euro Raiders
                            • 1 Year
                            2 months, 6 days ago

                            Bench Boost - is it over rated? Thinking of using it now rather than saving for DGW. When I play wildcard for DGWs I want the best 11 and do not want to be driven by picking 4 weak sublings!! Anyone agree, or disagree?

                            1. Amey
                                2 months, 6 days ago

                                This year could be the breakthrough year for BB (IMO) success as there are plethora of cheap player's who can be used effectively on the bench without harming the starting 11.
                                Last year it was disaster tbh.

                              • Snevitz
                                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                                • 9 Years
                                2 months, 6 days ago

                                It's not overated in a dgw.
                                It saves benching either all of your Liverpool assets with a single game or cheaper dgwers who have 8 games in total

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

                                  Nothing in FPL beats scoring over 200 points in a gameweek 🙂

                              • JohnRoss
                                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                                • 8 Years
                                2 months, 6 days ago

                                Use it when you think it’s right. Go with your gut imo. I talked myself out of it at Christmas with the risk of rotation, even though my players had great fixtures. I left 24 points on the bench. Good luck.

                            2. CelticBhoy1
                              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                              • 5 Years
                              2 months, 6 days ago

                              Best Richarlison and Digne replacements?

                              1. Super Saints
                                • 2 Years
                                2 months, 6 days ago

                                Son or Pogba and Pereira or TAA

                              2. MeatPieSausageRoll
                                  2 months, 6 days ago

                                  Salah. Robertson.

                                • Amey
                                    2 months, 6 days ago

                                    Son/Pogba/Jota/Anderson/Gross &
                                    Leister/Newcastle Defender

                                • Dynamic Duos
                                  • 5 Years
                                  2 months, 6 days ago

                                  How is this -4?

                                  Dubravka
                                  TAA VVD WBA Doherty
                                  Salah Eriksen Pogba Son
                                  Jimenez Chicharito

                                  Button Bednarek Brooks Kun

                                • CelticBhoy1
                                  • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                                  • 5 Years
                                  2 months, 6 days ago

                                  Thoughts on?

                                  Richarlison > Mane

                                  Digne > Cathcart

                                  for free

                                • jdp219
                                  • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                                  • 2 Years
                                  2 months, 6 days ago

                                  Each is a -4:
                                  1) Kamara, Hazard > Aubameyang, Moutinho
                                  2) Kam, Siggy > Rondon, Fanderson
                                  3) Kam, Luiz > Rondon, Kola
                                  4) Haz, Luiz > Mane, Pereira
                                  5) Haz, Siggy > Mane, Jota

                                  Current team: Fab, Button // Luiz, Robbo, Doh, AWB, Bednarek
                                  Salah, Pogba, Hazard, Son, Siggy // Rash, Jim, Kamara

                                  1. jdp219
                                    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                                    • 2 Years
                                    2 months, 6 days ago

                                    Eriksen also an option with my funds. Maybe Mane, Eriksen (instead of Jota)?

                                • Nuno’s Dream
                                  • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                                  • 1 Year
                                  2 months, 6 days ago

                                  At a bit of a loss given recent form. Would you do:

                                  A) Haz & Rash >> Jota & Auba
                                  B) Haz & Bednerak >> Mane & TAA
                                  C) something else with 2FT

                                  Currently have:
                                  Shaw - Doherty - Laporte - WB - Bednerak
                                  Salah - Pogba - Son - Haz - Camarasa
                                  Aguero - Rash - Jiminez

                                  1.5itb

                                • brianj
                                  • 3 Years
                                  2 months, 5 days ago

                                  WC Team

                                  Boruc / Fabianski

                                  Doherty / AWB / VVD / Yedlin /Richards

                                  Stephens / Hazard / Fanderson / Sterling / 5.0

                                  Kun / Rashford / King