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Which Man City options are likely to start both matches in Double Gameweek 32?

Fantasy Premier League managers playing the Free Hit chip for Double Gameweek 32 need to work out which Manchester City options are most likely to start both matches.

The defending champions have been handed a hugely attractive pairing of Fulham (away) and Cardiff (home) in the next round of fixtures.

In order to maximise exploitation of goals scored against those two sides, Fantasy managers will need to pick the players most favoured by Pep Guardiola.

READ MORE: Our initial thoughts as all Double Gameweeks confirmed for 2018/19 season

However, as many of us know, that is easier said than done.

We have gone back over the last eight Premier League matches to see which assets were used the most when they were available.

Goalkeeper

Not surprisingly, Ederson (£5.6m) has played every minute of the last eight FPL matches. The Brazilian has now been on the field for every second of Manchester City’s league campaign.

With Claudio Bravo (£4.8m) injured, Arijanet Muric (£4.5m) has been warming the bench for Ederson but unless the number one goalkeeper gets injured, it looks as if he will be playing both matches in Double Gameweek 32.

Defenders

Despite being an ever-present for much of the campaign, Aymeric Laporte (£5.9m) is no longer the most nailed-on Manchester City defender.

Over the last eight league matches, Guardiola has used him either at centre-back or left-back 83.3% of the time he has been available. That may have been to preserve his fitness as the Frenchman missed Gameweeks 28 and 29 with injury, hence why he remained an unused substitute against Watford.

However, Laporte remains the favourite centre-back over this period of time. Vincent Kompany (£5.2m) is the second-most used when fit, starting two of the last three since returning from injury. Between Gameweeks 28 and 30, Guardiola used the Belgian for 82.2% of the maximum minutes possible. Kompany has now returned to the physio room after missing the most recent Champions League and FA Cup matches with a muscle injury.

Nicolas Otamendi (£6.0m) sits in third place among the centre-backs having played 75% of the maximum minutes possible in the last eight matches. In six of those, he completed 90 minutes, including the last three in a row, left on the bench twice in the selected sample of games. However, like Kompany, he is yellow-flagged going into Double Gameweek 32, having pulled out of the Argentina squad with an ankle injury earlier this week.

John Stones (£5.2m) seems the least likely to start both matches in Double Gameweek 32, having been used for 58.7% of the Premier League minutes from Gameweek 23 onwards. The former Everton man has missed two matches with injury and has now pulled out of the England squad with a groin problem.

Interestingly, the most-used defender over the last eight matches is right-back Kyle Walker (£6.4m). The England international has started every game since Gameweek 23 with the exception of the Gameweek 28 win over West Ham.

There does seem to be very little competition for Walker’s place in the side right now, with Danilo (£5.0m) the only one in the first team capable of playing his position. The Brazilian has been involved in just 36.4% of minutes in the last eight matches though, and only one appearance from his three made in that time was on the right, the other two on the left.

The left-back position looks a little more open with Oleksandr Zinchenko (£4.7m) the most-utilised defender capable of playing there since Gameweek 23, but not the only. The Ukrainian, classified as a midfielder in FPL, has started on the left for the last four league outings in a row now.

But Laporte is obviously able to play at left full-back, as was demonstrated in the last Double Gameweek, and feels like the most likely competition for Zinchenko. Danilo has played on the left just twice in the last eight, both appearances coming in Gameweeks 23 and 24, while Fabian Delph (£5.3m) has registered just 10 minutes of league football in our sample. Guardiola retrospectively reported an injury to the England international but he has been an unused substitute twice in our sample and it seems clear he has fallen out of favour for Premier League matches.

Midfielders

It should come as no surprise that the most nailed-on Manchester City midfielder, when fit, is Fernandinho (£5.3m). The Brazilian has missed the last three league matches with a muscle injury but is reportedly close to a return.

Benefitting from his absence, Ilkay Gündogan (£5.4m) is just behind his injured team-mate having started the last six Premier League matches in a row.

However, neither one of Fernandinho or Gündogan is likely to offer much in the way of attacking returns, with assets further up the field the more attractive for Fantasy managers.

Unfortunately, it is these more advanced players who Guardiola likes to rotate the most.

David Silva (£8.5m) was the most-used of these over the last eight matches, registering 81.1% of the maximum minutes available to him in the Premier League.

That came from six starts and two substitute appearances, the Spaniard recording 90-minute outings in each of the last three Gameweeks.

Encouragingly for those looking at getting him in their Free Hit squads, just behind Silva among most-used attacking midfielders is Raheem Sterling (£11.6m) on 80.6%.

Interestingly, that is higher than Bernardo Silva (£7.5m), who sits roughly 7% behind him on 73.1%.

The England international has made six starts since Gameweek 23, featuring off the bench in Gameweeks 25 and 28.

While Sterling’s involvement in this research is quite high, we should point out that he did not start both matches last time Manchester City had a Double Gameweek, in the first XI for the visit of Arsenal, but on the bench for the trip to Everton.

Bernardo actually started both of those two matches, but still has fewer starts than Sterling in the run in question. He has made five league starts since Gameweek 23.

Kevin de Bruyne‘s (£9.7m) involvement is not as low as one might expect, having played 70.5% of Manchester City’s minutes over the last eight matches.

Given his fitness problems this season, Guardiola has been reticent to allow the Belgian to play 90 minutes very often, and he has done so just twice in his last seven Premier League outings.

In total it’s six starts in the league for de Bruyne since Gameweek 23, which suggests he is still an important player for Guardiola when fit.

He is currently out with the hamstring injury he sustained against Bournemouth in Gameweek 29 that Guardiola said would keep him out for a while.

It is possible that de Bruyne is close to a return though, and the international break will certainly help him with that.

Bernardo and David Silva are the two players most likely to suffer some rotation if he comes back into the mix.

Leroy Sané (£9.3m) and Riyad Mahrez (£8.2m) are the two attacking options in midfield that are not particularly worth considering for Fantasy inclusion.

The two players have combined for just six Premier League starts between them since Gameweek 23, making for involvement in 39.3% and 29.4% of matches respectively in that run.

Forwards

The research into Manchester City’s last eight Premier League matches tells a pretty convincing story: Sergio Aguero (£11.8m) is the much-preferred option up front for Guardiola.

The Argentinian has played 91% of the minutes available to him since Gameweek 23, managing to make it past the 79th minute on all but one occasion.

The only time Aguero was substituted around the hour mark in this run was when Manchester City were already 5-0 up on Chelsea, courtesy of his most recent hat-trick.

Admittedly, Gabriel Jesus (£9.9m) did have an injury during this sample of Premier League games, but that only ruled him out of Gameweek 28, as he featured as a substitute in all but one match over the last eight.

That made for involvement of just 11.4% of the minutes between Gameweeks 23 and 31, showing just how far apart Jesus and Aguero are right now. In fact, the only players with smaller percentages for their involvement are Delph and Phil Foden (£4.5m).

But as has been the case with de Bruyne, perhaps the reason for Jesus’ minimal minutes is because Guardiola is keen not to rush him back into action following injury. The two-week international break might help things for the Brazilian, but he has been called up by his country, while Aguero has not.

What happened in Double Gameweek 25?

Looking a little closer at the dates between the matches in our sample we have pulled out the list of players who started twice in the last Double Gameweek.

Manchester City played Arsenal (home) and Everton (away) back in January, with nine players featuring from the beginning against each opponent:

  • Ederson
  • Kyle Walker
  • Aymeric Laporte
  • Nicolas Otamendi
  • Fernandinho
  • Ilkay Gündogan
  • David Silva
  • Bernardo Silva
  • Sergio Aguero

The impact of other competitions

While the last eight Gameweeks make for a good yard-stick about Guardiola’s rotation plans, Manchester City will arguably have more high-pressure games to balance with their Premier League commitments in March and April than they did across January, February and March.

Here is their full upcoming schedule:

  • Sat 30-Mar-19: Fulham (home) [Premier League]
  • Wed 03-Apr-19: Cardiff (away) [Premier League]
  • Sat 06-Apr-19: Brighton (Wembley) [FA Cup semi-final]
  • Tue 09-Apr-19: Tottenham (away) [Champions League quarter-final, first leg]
  • Sun 14-Apr-19: Crystal Palace (away) [Premier League]
  • Wed 17-Apr-19: Tottenham (home) [Champions League quarter-final, second leg]
  • Sat 20-Apr-19: Tottenham (home) [Premier League]
  • Wed 24-Apr-19: Manchester United (away) [Premier League]
  • Sun 28-Apr-19: Burnley (away) [Premier League]

In order to see how these matches might impact on the Premier League game-time, we’ve had a look back at every cup meeting Manchester City have played in since Gameweek 23.

We found that there were a number of players who were more involved in these than in the league games, and also that there were a number of key first team options who largely received rests.

Obviously, the run we have researched does not quite compare like-for-like with Burton Albion, Newport County and Swansea City as games against them were arguably lower pressure than an upcoming FA Cup semi-final and a two-legged Champions League tie with Spurs will be. However, this sample of research still includes a cup final, which Guardiola heavily prioritised, as well as two crucial European ties.

Of the attacking midfield options, Bernardo Silva has been turned to the most often, involved in 72.7% of the cup competitions from the League Cup semi-final second leg. That might be why players such as Gündogan and David Silva have managed more game-time in the league, the two of them on 62.4% and 61.1% of maximum cup minutes respectively.

There is further encouragement for those looking at Aguero as we see that he has been less involved in matches outside the Premier League than Jesus. There is not much between them, but 120 minutes of Aguero’s 55.5% involvement came in one match, the League Cup final against Chelsea.

Outside of that, it was just three starts, all of which featured heavy management of his minutes, none of his appearances lasting longer than 77 minutes.

Laporte is another option who has been used in cup competitions only sparingly, having registered just 46.8% involvement since the second league of the League Cup semi-final. That may mean rests for him against Brighton and Spurs and gives him a decent chance of starting both league matches in Double Gameweek 32.

Conclusion

The crucial takeaway from this research concerns Aguero and his credentials for Double Gameweek 32. Any doubts over his chances of starting against Fulham and Cardiff should be allayed by his heavy involvement over the last eight Premier League matches.

Despite being seen as a rotation threat for much of this campaign, since Gameweek 23, only Ederson has recorded a higher percentage of game-time than his 91%.

A part of that has been linked to Jesus’ fitness but the fact that Aguero is getting the international break off, and his Brazilian colleague is not, only helps push the pendulum back towards the Argentinian.

It is worth saying that even if Aguero does feature only as a substitute in one of the two Double Gameweek matches, that may not hinder his attacking potential. His 24-minute cameo against Swansea demonstrated that perfectly, when he came on and was involved in all three goals that helped the Citizens come from behind to secure passage to the FA Cup semi-finals.

Furthermore, the 6-0 win over Chelsea shows that if Manchester City are three or four goals to the good against Fulham on March 30, Guardiola may substitute Aguero to then increase his chances of orchestrating a similar early lead against Cardiff midweek.

Sterling’s place in the side is not quite as assured with Bernardo Silva, Mahrez and Sané all options Guardiola could rotate in for him. However, it is definitely encouraging to see that the England international was more involved than all of them over the last eight matches.

Sterling has been involved much less in the games outside the Premier League than Bernardo, which bodes well but he is roughly equal with Mahrez and ahead of Sané in this area. With the Champions League matches with Spurs in particular expected to be big games for Manchester City, Guardiola may want Sterling involved over Sané or Mahrez. After all, the Englishman started both Champions League last sixteen legs and played 120 minutes in the League Cup final, while the other two mustered just one start between them from a possible six. Given that Manchester City’s FA Cup semi-final opponents are Brighton, this could be when Guardiola choses to rest Sterling, and hopefully not against Cardiff.

The fact that David Silva was the most involved in the Premier League of the more attacking midfielders should not go unnoticed. Guardiola has used him much less often in cup competitions than he has Bernardo, which seems to have helped his credentials as an FPL transfer target for a Free Hit squad.

Ederson looks the key man in goal, although Fantasy managers may prefer one of Laporte or Otamendi to supplement a Manchester City triple-up. They are both at the top end of involvement for centre-backs in the Premier League in our sample of research.

However, Walker could prove a differential option for those looking to invest at the back. He has been the most nailed-on defender for Manchester City in the last eight matches, with very little realistic competition for his place, while at centre-back Stones and Kompany could compete if fit.

Finally, with the quadruple still in Guardiola’s sights, it is possible that rotation may ease slightly anyway.

There are very few fixtures in the schedule above that are not high-pressure and must-win for Manchester City if they want to hit their aims for the season.

So there is a case to be made that the important players like Aguero, Sterling and the like will all get more game-time in each competition accordingly.

In order to keep competing on all fronts, Manchester City’s best players may have to be deployed as often as possible, Guardiola hoping that the rests he has staggered throughout the campaign will give them the energy they need to play extensive minutes between now and May.

READ MORE: Our initial thoughts as all Double Gameweeks confirmed for 2018/19 season

2,478 Comments Post a Comment
  1. fenixri
    • 3 Years
    3 months, 8 days ago

    Which one is better?

    A)
    Kepa
    Luiz - AWB - Laporte

    B)
    Ederson
    Luiz - Schlupp - Lindelof

    1. HammersXI
      • 6 Years
      3 months, 8 days ago

      Gone with B myself tbh. Chelsea defense doesn't provide me with much confidence.

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

      B

  2. mike09
    3 months, 8 days ago

    Got 1.7 ITB but not sure what to do.

    Any thoguhts or suggestions?

    Ederson
    Luiz - Lindelof - Schlupp
    Sterling - Hazard - Pogba - Son - Mili
    Aguero - Rashford

    1. The 5% Team
      3 months, 8 days ago

      looks good, just save the money and possible FT. Using TC this GW?

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

      How about going 3-4-3 downgrading son and getting Higuain?

    3. Amey
      3 months, 8 days ago

      Upgrade Lindelof to Azpi
      OR downgrade Son & get Lukaku (343)

  3. ⚔★Vibudh★⚔
    • 2 Years
    3 months, 8 days ago

    Is this good ?
    Kepa
    Laporte Luiz Schlupp
    Sterling Son Hazard Pogba
    Deeney Aguero Rashford

    1. Super Saints
      • 2 Years
      3 months, 8 days ago

      I think it's important to go with form players, Son and Rashford haven't scored in months.

  4. Super Saints
    • 2 Years
    3 months, 8 days ago

    Need to make 0.2 so I can afford this team, any chance?

    Kepa
    Laporte Lindelof Duffy Schlupp
    Sterling Hazard Pogba
    Kane Aguero Zaha

    Kind of hoping Zaha is out so Batman becomes nailed!

    1. mikess
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      3 months, 8 days ago

      Schlupp to Tomkins?

    2. The 12th Man
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      3 months, 8 days ago

      Yeh that would solve that problem.
      Duffy > Dunk?
      Schlupp > AWB
      Or Kepa to a cheaper keeper perhaps.

    3. Amey
      3 months, 8 days ago

      Duffy to Dunk is only thing i can see.
      But you may get unlucky in that as they both score alternatively 😛

  5. The 12th Man
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 5 Years
    3 months, 8 days ago

    How’s this effluent?

    Kepa
    Young,Schlupp,Laporte
    Hazard,Sterling,Pogba,Knockaert
    Aguero,Kane,Zaha

    Hamer,Peltier,Romeu,Connerly

    Young or Smalling?

    1. Amey
      3 months, 8 days ago

      Smalling

    2. Super Saints
      • 2 Years
      3 months, 8 days ago

      What's your thinking behind Knockaert and Young? Duffy better points potential than Knockaert for sure. Nice team though.

      1. The 12th Man
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 5 Years
        3 months, 8 days ago

        He’s cheap and been doing well lately. Yeh I like Duffy as well.
        Got Young in because I had 0.2 left to upgrade Smalling. A little bit more attacking but Smalling might be better.

  6. balint84
    • 3 Years
    3 months, 8 days ago

    Sterling OR Hazard?

    1. Amey
      3 months, 8 days ago

      Why OR ??
      Raz bdw

  7. SPorting
    • 7 Years
    3 months, 8 days ago

    Just found 0.2m down the back of the sofa.

    Kepa -> Ederson?

    1. Amey
      3 months, 8 days ago

      Can you teach me the trick master.
      I also need 0.1 😀

      1. SPorting
        • 7 Years
        3 months, 8 days ago

        See, I got tired of always being 0.1m short so I now make sure I'm always 0.2m short to avoid that disappointment.

        1. Amey
          3 months, 8 days ago

          😀
          Good habit.
          I hate those who say money doesn't matter. Kinda hate mu decision to sell Pogba last gw instead of Jota

      2. pingissimus
        3 months, 8 days ago

        Who you want?

        Are you climbing aboard Bandwagon Kane? Go Alli with me. If Kane does anything to merit his price tag then Alli will also be in the points

        1. Amey
          3 months, 8 days ago

          Nope.
          I want Jimenez mate.
          My would be team if I get 0.1

          Kepa
          Luiz Schlupp Duffy
          Hazard Sterling Pogba Bilva
          Lukaku Aguero Jimenez

          If not Jimenez then Jota/Mili/Batsman are options

          1. pingissimus
            3 months, 8 days ago

            Just go Jota why not. You have him already no?

            I’ve done the Jim sale despite holding him and having him at 5.6. That international fixture and the semi is enough to make me doubt. In any event he specialises in regular small returns and not hauls so not worth breaking your heart over.

            Bat is my man. Of those you name he’s most likely to return big.

            1. Amey
              3 months, 8 days ago

              Cheers.
              Jota/Bats now !!

              We'll select one

        2. Amey
          3 months, 8 days ago

          Not sure about Kane anyway bro.
          He's way too expensive for his dgw this time.
          One for gw 35 i think

    2. Dele
      • 2 Years
      3 months, 8 days ago

      Just love it when this happens

  8. Amey
    3 months, 8 days ago

    Do we see any potential double riser's this gw guys ??
    Except Mane.

    1. The 5% Team
      3 months, 8 days ago

      Sterling maybe, don't think Mane will

      1. Amey
        3 months, 8 days ago

        Cheers.
        Already have him.
        Need to generate some cash so was looking for something magical 😛

        1. The 5% Team
          3 months, 8 days ago

          yeah...gonna be difficult I think. Just like last IB in November, fantasy transfer market kinda dies down until a few days before the next deadline. And with lots of FH chips being played, it's even more difficult to predict any fast risers

          1. Amey
            3 months, 8 days ago

            Yeah, that's true.

  9. Dele
    • 2 Years
    3 months, 8 days ago

    Scraping the barrel now.

    A) Jorginho & Rashford

    B) Deulofeu & Bats

  10. SPorting
    • 7 Years
    3 months, 8 days ago

    Right then, might have to go in with this:

    Kepa
    Luiz, Laporte, Schlupp
    Pogba, Haz, Sterling, Mili
    Kun, Lukaku, Batty

    CHE and CRY heavy, I know.

  11. Ciarant20
    3 months, 8 days ago

    Thoughts on this team?
    Guita
    Schlop, Luiz, Shaw
    Haz, Pogba, Sterling, Deulofeu
    Kane, Aguero, Rashford

    1. pingissimus
      3 months, 8 days ago

      Schlop schlop beautiful schlop
      Beautiful schlop with a cherry on top

      1. Skull And Gnomes 9
        • 1 Year
        3 months, 8 days ago

        Oop Oop and could score in flip flops.

      2. Amey
        3 months, 8 days ago

        Kane's gonna flop 😉

    2. Amey
      3 months, 8 days ago

      Nice team.
      Deulofeu rotation threat though*

    3. Legend of Rosický
      • 1 Year
      3 months, 8 days ago

      I would get a 4th defender instead of Deulo

  12. manu4life99
    • 9 Years
    3 months, 8 days ago

    A) Kepa Laporte Batshuayi
    B) Ederson Azpi Deulofeu

    1. pingissimus
      3 months, 8 days ago

      A

    2. Legend of Rosický
      • 1 Year
      3 months, 8 days ago

      A

  13. JoshyC
    • 7 Years
    3 months, 8 days ago

    G2G?? 0.0 ITB and thinking maybe Son over Alli. Just think Alli will explode on return from injury.

    Kepa
    Lindelof, Azi, Laporte, Schlupp
    Pogba, Haz, Sterling, Alli
    Kun, Rashford
    (Speroni, Romeu, Simpson, Kamara)

  14. SPorting
    • 7 Years
    3 months, 8 days ago

    A) Jota
    B) Mili
    C) Deulo

    1. Kopkloppers
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      3 months, 8 days ago

      B or C. jota gametime could be limited going by previous FA cup rounds.

      1. Legend of Rosický
        • 1 Year
        3 months, 8 days ago

        Same with Deulo

  15. Kopkloppers
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 5 Years
    3 months, 8 days ago

    Doing Anderson to Hazard and Robbo to Schlup and Salah to Sterling -8
    TC Kun. I have no FH chip so I need to keep players for 33 and WC in 34.

    Team:
    PATRICIO (Fab)
    DOHERTY SCHLUP LUIZ (Digne Perreira)
    Mane POGBA STERLING HAZARD (Almiron)
    Wilson Barnes KUN (TC)

    Worrying times yes?

  16. aleksios
    • 3 Years
    3 months, 8 days ago

    Last piece of FH puzzle is:

    a) Duffy-Deulofeu-Kane
    b) Azpi-Son-Rashford.

    Thanks guys.

    1. La Vida Latte
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      3 months, 8 days ago

      a

    2. Legend of Rosický
      • 1 Year
      3 months, 8 days ago

      B

  17. La Vida Latte
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 9 Years
    3 months, 8 days ago

    Ok, I am going cheap at the back so which one is least bad...

    A) Saiss + Dunk
    B) Jonny + Mariappa

    (Ryan in goal)

  18. ⚔★Vibudh★⚔
    • 2 Years
    3 months, 8 days ago

    This is very very hard!
    A)Ederson+Lindelof+Jimenez/Batshuayi
    B)Kepa+Laporte+Deeney

    1. bigbudgie
      • 4 Years
      3 months, 8 days ago

      even stevens tbf, but probably A cause Palace have Huddersfield

      1. Legend of Rosický
        • 1 Year
        3 months, 8 days ago

        A with Bats

  19. Deulofale
    • 3 Years
    3 months, 8 days ago

    Thanks for the article. I'm a bit late, but could you make it clearer in future what the numbers mean, by spending time at the top to state the obvious for transparency's sake. E.g. here, the "Maximum" and "percentage" are never defined, nor the relation between them, if any. The article seems to be confused about it too. Perhaps it's obvious that the "percentage" is the proportion of mins played versus mins available ("maximum"), but why then, "Kevin de Bruyne‘s (£9.7m) involvement is not as low as one might expect, having played 70.5% of Manchester City’s minutes over the last eight matches" ? KDB wasn't available for all City's minutes...

    In general, it seems a bit muddled, as players are interpreted to be "more involved" based on their minutes relative to their minutes available, which doesn't make sense to me (as you can play 100% of your available minutes but play only 10 mins). Other times, "more involved" reads as "played more minutes" (including discussion of CL football which we must accept on faith without the stats), which makes more sense, but is not interesting really interesting (as it ignores context such as whether a player was available or not). It's never really specified what these data are supposed to be showing us. Rather, it's interpreted on the fly, which leads to inconsistencies and fuzzy, grey interpretations imo.

    Just a quick couple notes I can't ignore, sorry (here comes the pedantry):

    - "hence why" is a confusing construction imo. It's like "therefore why", and only really makes sense if you're saying something like "...and therefore/hence, why is it that..." where the two words constitute the end and beginning of two clauses. I'm no grammar na**, but perhaps you'd like to know that your readers might not find it natural. I'm one, but maybe I'm the only one.

    - Sometimes you hyphenate "most-" and "second-most", but it's not consistent, so a bit confusing (e.g. "most likely" ; "most favoured" vs "most-used" ; most-utilised"). Perhaps there's a reason for this (the meaning of utilisation?), but it causes me to double-take and re-read. I'd personally say that a hyphen not needed in these constructions, as the word "most" is expected to modify the next word already, so it's linked to the next word automatically without the need for linkage by punctuation. I think the same applies to the words "first" and "second", but I can see why they feel a bit different. In any case, consistency is the key imo.

    Anyway, thanks again for the article. It's a very useful topic to discuss. Sorry for the long post. I hope it reads as constructive rather than a rant, though I have probably wasted my time writing it anyway, as I assume you don't visit the comment section, which is a shame, as I think the community would love for all the mods and cons to be actually involved in the community. Have a good day yo

    1. Brosstan
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 4 Years
      3 months, 8 days ago

      Deulofail for Editor-in-Chief

  20. bigbudgie
    • 4 Years
    3 months, 8 days ago

    Complete ma team

    xxxx
    Luiz Schlupp xxxx
    xxxx Sterling Poga Hazard
    Aguero xxxx Zaha

    a) Ederson/Rudiger/Son/Rasford
    B) Guaita/Lindelof/Bilva/Lukaku

    1. Legend of Rosický
      • 1 Year
      3 months, 8 days ago

      C) Ederson, Lindelof, Son, Rashford

      1. Legend of Rosický
        • 1 Year
        3 months, 8 days ago

        Smalling for Lindo actually

  21. No Mo Salah
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 1 Year
    3 months, 8 days ago

    who'd you have in dgw:

    a. rash (got pogz)
    b. kane

    thx

    1. Legend of Rosický
      • 1 Year
      3 months, 8 days ago

      Kane If price doesnt matter to you

  22. Legend of Rosický
    • 1 Year
    3 months, 8 days ago

    Is Zaha (if fit) a better option than Rashford ? Leaving money aside

    1. No Mo Salah
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      3 months, 8 days ago

      doubt it

  23. Equib118
    3 months, 8 days ago

    Anything you can pick out of this? 0,1 itb Thanks all,

    Ederson
    WB - V Aan TAA
    Pogba Fraser Mane Sterling
    Kun (c) Barnes Auba

  24. Brosstan
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 4 Years
    3 months, 8 days ago

    Imagine taking advice on DGWs from the same people who claimed Sane was the best midfield pick last time around 🙂

    1. twoplustwo
      • 4 Years
      3 months, 7 days ago

      Yeah, definitely do your own thing! I am mixing single and double players this week.

  25. twoplustwo
    • 4 Years
    3 months, 7 days ago

    Really tempted to swerve Spurs all together despite the double

    Mane, Maddison, King all look like they could compete over 2 games

  26. otty10
    3 months, 7 days ago

    Hi guys, not FH on DGW so I have an average team selection here!

    Help with who people would lay the TC on please based on liklihood of playing both fixtures please

    Thanks alot...

    patricio
    robertson, duffy, wan bis, doherty
    bilva, Pogba, Mili
    Kane, Rash Aguero

  27. Marco105
    3 months, 6 days ago

    Thoughts on this team
    De gea
    Laporte shlupp azplicueta
    Pogba hazard sterling deulofeu
    Higuain aguero jiminez
    (hamer ward prowse Valery Simpson) 0.4m in the bank