Fixtures

Which teams have the best and worst remaining FPL fixtures?

Our “frisk” of the Premier League fixture list from a Fantasy perspective returns ahead of Double Gameweek 34.

In this abridged feature, we assess the top-flight clubs with not only the strongest and weakest runs of league matches over the coming weeks but also those with the most fixtures still to play.

Our focus will be on the remaining games of the season, using the Season Ticker as our guide – although the fixture schedule is far from straightforward.

Each Premier League team has the following number of matches remaining:


7 – Brighton and Hove Albion
6 – Arsenal, Cardiff City, Manchester City, Manchester United, Southampton, Tottenham Hotspur, Watford, Wolverhampton Wanderers
5 – Bournemouth, Burnley, Chelsea, Crystal Palace Everton, Fulham, Huddersfield Town, Leicester City, Liverpool, Newcastle United, West Ham United


The below table, meanwhile, ranks the average fixture difficulty rating (FDR) for all 20 clubs, based on the system used in FPL (one being the easiest, five the most difficult). The clubs in bold have Double Gameweeks:


2.40 – Bournemouth, Fulham
2.60 – Newcastle United
2.67 – Arsenal, Southampton
2.80 – Crystal Palace, Everton, Liverpool
2.83 – Cardiff City, Tottenham Hotspur
3.00 – Brighton and Hove Albion, Manchester City, Manchester United, Watford, Wolverhampton Wanderers
3.20 – West Ham United
3.40 – Burnley, Chelsea
3.60 – Huddersfield Town, Leicester City


THE STRONG

Southampton

Remaining games: WOL, new + wat, BOU, whu, HUD

With six fixtures against sides outside of the top half-dozen clubs and a Double Gameweek thrown in to boot, Southampton sit top of our Season Ticker from now until the end of the campaign.

It’s a half-and-half split for the Saints in terms of home and away games and the visits of Bournemouth and Huddersfield especially catch the eye, given the Cherries’ abysmal run of results away from the Vitality (ten defeats in 11) and Jan Siewert’s side’s recent predilection for shipping goals: the Terries have conceded an average of three goals per match in the last four Gameweeks.

What state of mind Wolves are in on Saturday remains to be seen, too, after their shattering late defeat to Watford in the FA Cup semi-final last weekend.

West Ham, Watford and Huddersfield sit in the bottom three for big chances conceded in 2019 and Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side face all three of these clubs in the run-in.

Arsenal

Remaining games: wat, CRY + wol, lei, BHA, bur

Arsenal are one of three clubs – along with Southampton and Fulham – who avoid all other “big six” teams in the season run-in.

Of the teams with at least one Double Gameweek between now and the end of the season, the Gunners have the joint-best FDR and sit second in our Season Ticker.

It should be said, though, that four of Arsenal’s remaining games are away from home: the Gunners have won only one of their last nine league fixtures on the road and haven’t kept a clean sheet away from the Emirates this season.

A visit of a Brighton side with only one away shut-out to their name in 2018/19 is one to look forward to from an attacking perspective, although Palace have generally been better on the road this season.

That said, only three teams have conceded more shots in the box and efforts on target than the Eagles when filtered by last six away matches.

Tottenham Hotspur

Remaining games: HUD, mci + BHA, WHU, bou, EVE

Four of Spurs’ remaining fixtures are at their new stadium, where they so far have a 100% record (after only two games, admittedly).

The visits of Huddersfield, Brighton and West Ham, who have one clean sheet between them in their last 18 away matches combined, are ones to relish in particular.

From a defensive perspective, Spurs’ four opponents at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium all sit in the bottom nine for big chances created away from home this season.

A trip to the Etihad is a little off-putting but the Lilywhites’ other away match is against Bournemouth, who are winless in their last four at the Vitality Stadium and who looked listless in their 3-1 home defeat to Burnley last weekend.

Liverpool

Remaining games: CHE, car, HUD, new, WOL

Of the top eight teams with the “easiest” run-ins (based on FDR), six clubs are without two matches in Double Gameweek 34/35.

Liverpool are one of those sides and once their meeting with Chelsea is out of the way in Gameweek 34, there is plenty to look forward to.

The Reds’ clean sheet prospects look positive: Newcastle, Huddersfield and Cardiff sit in the bottom four for big chances created in 2018/19 while only three clubs have scored fewer goals than Chelsea in their last six away matches.

The Bluebirds have lost all ten of their meetings with “big six” clubs this season, conceding 31 goals in the process.

Liverpool’s meeting with Huddersfield is a possible season-defining fixture for some Fantasy managers, particularly those with their Triple Captain chip still intact and unable to use it in a Double Gameweek because of a Wildcard/Bench Boost strategy in Gameweeks 34 and 35.

The Terriers have lost nine of their last ten away games and no club has allowed more big chances on the road in 2018/19.

THE STRONG…ISH

Manchester City

Remaining games: cry, TOT + mun, bur, LEI, bha

Manchester City are one of five sides with a Double Gameweek 35 whose average FPL fixture difficulty rating is a so-so 3.00 for the rest of the season.

Any other club with City’s upcoming half-dozen fixtures wouldn’t have featured in this analysis and to say the reigning champions’ run-in is “strong” is stretching it a bit.

Four of the Citizens’ remaining games are away from the Etihad, while Spurs and an in-form Leicester are the two visitors to Eastlands.

City have kept clean sheets against four of the five other members of the “big six” this season, however, and have more shut-outs (eight) than any other side in 2019.

The Sky Blues also top the underlying attacking statistics table for everything from shots on target to big chances this season, meanwhile.

Palace may very well have a second-string centre-half pairing against Pep Guardiola’s side this weekend, while only Fulham have kept fewer clean sheets at home than Manchester United in 2018/19. The Red Devils are without a shut-out in their last five Premier League games.

Burnley have tightened up considerably of late, however, and no club has conceded fewer big chances than the Clarets in their last six home matches.

No side has scored more goals than Leicester since Brendan Rodgers first took charge of the Foxes, meanwhile.

Also Consider

Watford (ARS, hud + SOU, WOL, che, WHU) have perhaps the best double-header in Gameweek 35 but some less-appealing fixtures around it, including a trip to a Chelsea side that have conceded just two goals and three big chances in their last six home matches.

A home fixture against Arsenal is perhaps more attractive than it first seems, however, particularly regarding Watford’s attacking assets: the Gunners have only one clean sheet on the road from January 2018 onwards.

The same could be said of Wolves (sou, BHA + ARS, wat, FUL, liv), who welcome Unai Emery’s side to Molineux in Double Gameweek 35.

Home fixtures against Brighton and Fulham, who have kept only two clean sheets in a combined 33 away matches (both against Newcastle) this season, also entice, although trips to Watford and Liverpool are obviously trickier.

Brighton‘s fixtures (BOU + CAR, wol + tot, NEW, ars, MCI) are a real mixed bag, with attractive home fixtures in Gameweeks 34 and 36 soured by three daunting away matches and a visit of title-chasing Manchester City.

We’ve a Members’ article on the Seagulls’ Double Gameweek credentials to read here.

Manchester United (WHU, eve + MCI, CHE, hud, CAR) are the opposite of some of the teams above in that their Double Gameweek 35 fixtures and their Gameweek 36 meeting with Chelsea have limited appeal, but the matches book-ending this run are among the best in the division.

West Ham, Huddersfield and Cardiff sit in the bottom four for big chances conceded this season.

Bournemouth (bha, FUL, sou, TOT, cry) and Newcastle United (lei, SOU, bha, LIV, ful) assets – we’ll discount relegated Fulham for obvious reasons – are in a strange position of having two of the best fixture run-ins based on FDR whilst also being largely overlooked for the rest of the season.

Eddie Howe and Rafael Benitez’s sides, of course, don’t have two fixtures in Gameweek 35 and face “big six” opposition in Gameweek 37 to further dent their appeal once the doubles are over and done with.

Cardiff City (bur + bha, LIV, ful, CRY, mun) have the same FDR as Spurs but it’s fair to say any appeal the Bluebirds’ assets have largely centres around their double-header in Gameweek 34 – although a trip to Fulham in Gameweek 36 is, of course, always enticing for their attacking players based on the Cottagers’ defensive record this season.

The Weak

We won’t waste too much time on the teams to avoid, as the five sides with the toughest fixtures (based on average FDR) also happen to be clubs without a Double Gameweek to contest – so most of their assets are likely to be widely overlooked anyway.

Huddersfield and Burnley face three of the “big six” in their remaining five fixtures, although the Clarets at least have an appetising match at home to Cardiff before then.

An out-of-sorts West Ham United (mun, LEI, tot, SOU, wat) have three tricky away games, meanwhile, interspersed with visits from improving Leicester and Southampton sides.

The Hammers have scored only one away goal in 2019.

Chelsea and Leicester City are slightly different, in that many Fantasy managers will be currently sitting on assets such as Eden Hazard, Jamie Vardy and James Maddison.

The Foxes still have two appealing fixtures to come before their matches stiffen up, although a meeting with an Arsenal side that have been porous at the back away from home has its merits too.

Some FPL bosses may be tempted to retain the likes of Vardy for Friday’s game at least, then, before weighing up whether to move him on for a Double Gameweek striker.

Chelsea have trips to Liverpool, United and an in-form Leicester to come, although Burnley and Watford – who rank in the bottom five for big chances conceded away from home this season – still have to visit Stamford Bridge.

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  1. antis0cial
    • 2 Years
    13 days, 14 hours ago

    A) KDB TAA
    B) Sterling Bedna

    Have Aguero RoBbo Mane as pool/city assets

    Lloris
    Robbo Laporte Duffy
    Sterling Mane Eriksson Son Jota
    Kun Jimi

    Foster Valery Bedna Deeney

    1. Theo Walcat
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      13 days, 13 hours ago

      B. I would keep bednarek as you already have lpool defence cover. Sterling also more explosive

  2. _figu
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 1 Year
    13 days, 14 hours ago

    Vardy has 3 appealing fixtures left.

    1. _figu
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      13 days, 14 hours ago

      (Commenting on the article)

      1. Team Cruel
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 3 Years
        13 days, 14 hours ago

        What article?

      2. Skonto Rigga
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • Has Moderation Rights
        • 1 Year
        13 days, 13 hours ago

        I agree too and I wrote the damn thing. Have rephrased - up against it with the Friday FPL deadline and it was a lazy, hastily written line amid the chaos.

    2. Eat my goal!
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      13 days, 14 hours ago

      Agree

    3. Gomolon
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 4 Years
      13 days, 13 hours ago

      Perfect for a swap with Firmino in 36 then 😉

  3. Team Cruel
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 3 Years
    13 days, 14 hours ago

    Jesus rising soon?

    1. Eat my goal!
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      13 days, 14 hours ago

      Been dead pretty long time if you believe what’s said in that old book

  4. grumpyman
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 3 Years
    13 days, 14 hours ago

    I have 9 million in the bank on my latest wildcard draft! Planned transfers will use all that up by GW36. My logic is sound but it feels so wrong.

    1. _figu
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      13 days, 14 hours ago

      Surely not ideal use of funds. If you plan on not having Salah and bringing him in for 36, I would seriously consider Hazard as a placeholder. Has a history of scoring against Pool (and they are not as good defensively as of late), Burnley home 35.

    2. Gomolon
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 4 Years
      13 days, 13 hours ago

      9m is impressive - how many big hitters (8.5m+) players do you have in your team ?

  5. The 12th Man
    • 5 Years
    13 days, 14 hours ago

    Double up on Liverpool defence ?
    Considering this
    Alisson,Ryan
    Robertson,Laporte,Dunk,Duffy,Valery

    1. _figu
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      13 days, 14 hours ago

      I'm on it but benching TAA this week. On wildcard, I would only have Robbo and one of Mane/Bobby with a possible transfer plan for Salah 36 if puts up better performances.

      1. The 12th Man
        • 5 Years
        13 days, 13 hours ago

        I suppose it’s the same with the City defence as well. Just one.
        Ederson or Laporte.

    2. JohnRoss
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      13 days, 13 hours ago

      Alisson great option with his fixtures. Think you might get similar points from Lloris though and keep a pool place free

  6. semiconductor
    • 4 Years
    13 days, 14 hours ago

    I'm tinkering between this

    Lloris-Foster
    Robertson-X-Duffy-Jonny/Dunk-Valery
    Salah-Sterling-Son-X-X
    Aguero-Jiminez-Deeney

    A. Laporte+Moura+WP
    B. Bednarek+Eriksen+Hojberg (too weak defense)?

    1. Foster+Jonny/dunk
    2. Ryan+Boly

  7. _Ninja_
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 8 Years
    13 days, 14 hours ago

    Best combo to complete my WC? Cheers

    A Ryan Jota (brighton triple up)
    B Lloris JWP

    Foster xx
    Robertson Laporte Duffy Dunk Valery
    Sterling Mane Eriksen Son xx
    Kun, Jimenez, Deeney

    1. Gringo Kid
        13 days, 14 hours ago

        B

      • Eat my goal!
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        13 days, 14 hours ago

        B for sure

      • _Ninja_
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 8 Years
        13 days, 14 hours ago

        Cheers guys

      • _figu
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 1 Year
        13 days, 13 hours ago

        Ya would have rather have B as well. I'd try to fit Jota in there somehow but can't see any easy way to do it.

      • BigBarn
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 1 Year
        13 days, 13 hours ago

        Yeah, I've been debating both those line-ups at various points today. At the moment going for something else but, of the two, I think I prefer B, because then you get a Spurs defender against Hud, and that's not insignificant. I really wanted Jota, but also occured to me that I'd probably only start him once more after the DGW, so taking the bigger punt on JWP was worth it to get both double BRI and Spurs for tomorrow.

        1. _Ninja_
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 8 Years
          13 days, 13 hours ago

          Cheers. What did you end up going with mate?

          1. BigBarn
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 1 Year
            13 days, 13 hours ago

            At the moment I'm on:

            Ryan Foster
            Robbo Laporte Vertonghen Doherty Duffy
            Sterling KDB Son Eriksen JWP
            Deeney Jimi Firmino.

            Might go for Laca instead of Firm for the next two if he gets subbed on 65 tonight.

            Or I might go back to a Kun and Mane draft instead. Already changed my mind twenty times. Another won't hurt.

            1. _Ninja_
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 8 Years
              13 days, 13 hours ago

              I like it. No Kun would be my main worry but double city mid helps. As you say youll prob change your mind back and forth by tomorrow!

    2. Crazygopher
        13 days, 14 hours ago

        Who to get in
        A Alder
        B Trip

        Got a feeling trip will be rested against hud

        1. Theo Walcat
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          13 days, 13 hours ago

          Lloris cheapest and safest route into spurs defence. If had to choose I'd go alder for security of starts

      • Team Cruel
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 3 Years
        13 days, 14 hours ago

        Is Redmond the son of Nuno?

        1. Eat my goal!
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          13 days, 14 hours ago

          Bisexual love child?

      • Marty McFly
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 6 Years
        13 days, 14 hours ago

        RMWCT

        Ederson - Ryan
        Trippier - TAA - Duffy - Boly - Valery
        Salah - Eriksen - Son - Jota - JWP
        Aguero - Jiménez - Deeney

        1. drughi
          • 9 Years
          13 days, 14 hours ago

          very nice

        2. LOLarov
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 9 Years
          13 days, 14 hours ago

          I think aguero is rested vs pal and starts vs Spurs and Utd

          1. Freddiebell
            • 2 Years
            13 days, 14 hours ago

            I think you could be right there.

          2. DAZZ
            • 4 Years
            13 days, 13 hours ago

            I think Aguero coming off in the 70th minute is an indicator that he starts this weekend.

      • drughi
        • 9 Years
        13 days, 14 hours ago

        Surely sterling is on the bench for crystal palace ? Where else is he gonna get a rest ?

      • Hybrid.power
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 9 Years
        13 days, 14 hours ago

        On a wild card and have no idea what to do. I miss single gameweeks with zero fuss.

        1. Eat my goal!
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          13 days, 14 hours ago

          Just copy one of the numerous similar teams on these threads

      • Mattymo23
        • 7 Years
        13 days, 14 hours ago

        Thoughts on this WC. Struggling a bit.

        Foster Ryan
        Vert TAA Duffy Coady Valery
        KDB Mane Eriksen Son Martial
        Vardy Murray Jimmy

        Enough in bank to do Vardy to Kun

        1. Freddiebell
          • 2 Years
          13 days, 14 hours ago

          Looks good. Do you think Aguero and Sterling are rested against palace ?

        2. zon
          • 4 Years
          13 days, 13 hours ago

          Murray and Martial look very prone to rotation. Maybe get someone like JWP in the place of Martial and upgrade Coady/Murray? Otherwise really solid.

        3. Mingles
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 3 Years
          13 days, 13 hours ago

          I like the Martial punt

      • JohnRoss
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 8 Years
        13 days, 14 hours ago

        Aguero has only 4 away goals all season (vs something like 15 at home)

        4 of his remaining 6 games are away.

        Plus a tough game at home vs Spurs.

        With that fact, plus his price and also risk of rotation is it too much to spend?

        1. zon
          • 4 Years
          13 days, 13 hours ago

          Vardy, Bobby, even Laca better options imo.

          1. zon
            • 4 Years
            13 days, 13 hours ago

            Value wise, that is

          2. JohnRoss
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 8 Years
            13 days, 13 hours ago

            Yes. Firmino on form and great fixtures after chelsea

      • Gringo Kid
          13 days, 14 hours ago

          Both Laca and Auba in starting eleven

          1. Eat my goal!
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            13 days, 13 hours ago

            Arsenal players would be the differential

            Their away form is unappealing however and I wouldn’t say any of those teams they play away are easy beats

        • mack
            13 days, 14 hours ago

            Any feedback appreciated:

            Lloris Ryan
            TAA Laporte Doherty Duffy Bednarek
            Salah Eriksen Son Jota JWP
            Aguero Murray Jimenez

            Murray -> Deeney next week

            Cheers 🙂

          • Scotty B
            • 6 Years
            13 days, 14 hours ago

            Why is Duffy a good captain option but Dunk isn't?

            1. Freddiebell
              • 2 Years
              13 days, 13 hours ago

              Much more of a goal threat I guess.

            2. ritzyd
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 1 Year
              13 days, 13 hours ago

              More goal threat, less own goal threat!

          • b91jh
            • 1 Year
            13 days, 14 hours ago

            Still keeping Doherty atm, but didn't see many here...
            His FA cup performance is really brilliant, someday he will get those returns in PL, i believe...

            1. Coaly
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 6 Years
              13 days, 13 hours ago

              Wolves on the beach

              1. Eat my goal!
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                13 days, 13 hours ago

                Playing for Europe

              2. _figu
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 1 Year
                13 days, 13 hours ago

                Disagree.

            2. _figu
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 1 Year
              13 days, 13 hours ago

              5.3 is a lot to pay for him given he's not nailed to start. And Wolves not keeping CS often.

          • Coaly
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 6 Years
            13 days, 13 hours ago

            Kolasinac or Shaw /Lindelof?

            Have Leno

            1. J - Gimme your Mané …
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 4 Years
              13 days, 13 hours ago

              Don’t like any of them.

              Kola if forced.

          • Atimis
            • 2 Years
            13 days, 13 hours ago

            Which one sounds best? 😉

            1. Robo/Laporte/Doherty/Jota/Doucoure
            2. TAA/Laporte/Bednarek/KDB/JWP
            3. TAA/Valery/Boly/Sterling/Hojberg
            4. TAA/Laporte/Boly/KDB/Hojberg

            Lloris/Foster
            /Duffy/Dunk/XXX/XXX/XXX
            Maner/Eriksen/Son/XXX/XXX
            Kun/Vardy/Jimenez

            Vardy>Deeney>Firmino

            1. VanDijksToWatchOutFor
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 1 Year
              13 days, 13 hours ago

              I like 1

          • EL tridente
            • 1 Year
            13 days, 13 hours ago

            Who to start?
            A) Doherty
            B) Bednarek
            C) Ake

          • J - Gimme your Mané …
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 4 Years
            13 days, 13 hours ago

            I’m actually thinking Lukaku (c) is being overlooked this week.

            As a West Ham fan, I can honestly tell you that we are complete rubbish and he ALWAYS scores against us.
            The following week he’s then playing his old club Everton and strikers love scoring vs their old clubs.

            Got subbed at 68th or so minute in the champions league vs Rashfords 85th....

            Thoughts?

            1. boredjames
              • 6 Years
              13 days, 13 hours ago

              Shhhh

              1. J - Gimme your Mané …
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 4 Years
                13 days, 13 hours ago

                This is true, my bad 😆 !

            2. Holmes
              • 5 Years
              13 days, 13 hours ago

              Didn't scored last time vs WHM I guess

              1. J - Gimme your Mané …
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 4 Years
                13 days, 13 hours ago

                Which is a rarity for him!

                I’m captaining 😎

          • Tmel
            • 8 Years
            13 days, 13 hours ago

            Who are your top 5 strikers for WC?

            1. VanDijksToWatchOutFor
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 1 Year
              13 days, 13 hours ago

              Jimenez
              .
              .
              .
              Aguero
              Firmino
              Lacazette
              Deeney

          • VanDijksToWatchOutFor
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 1 Year
            13 days, 13 hours ago

            Please reassure me I don't need to rip this up to get aguero.

            Lloris, foster
            Robertson, Doherty, laporte, Duffy, Valery
            Sterling, son, eriksen, mane, jota
            Firmino, jimenez, deeney

            Thank you.

            1. BigBarn
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 1 Year
              13 days, 13 hours ago

              No, good draft.

          • EL tridente
            • 1 Year
            13 days, 13 hours ago

            Start Redmond or Bednarek?

          • Lucky Z
            • 1 Year
            13 days, 13 hours ago

            Guys, could you please share your opinions on this WC team?

            Ryan Foster
            Duffy Doherty Alderweireld TAA Valery
            Mane Pogba Son Eriksen JWP
            Kun Laca Murray

            Murray becomes Deeney in GW35 and BB

          • Tmel
            • 8 Years
            13 days, 13 hours ago

            Double Brighton defence or 1 Brighton and 1 Southampton?

            1. Eat my goal!
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              13 days, 13 hours ago

              The latter

          • royals forever
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 9 Years
            13 days, 13 hours ago

            Help is needed please

            In your opinion who is the best 6.5MF for this GW34 WC/GW35 BB team

            Ryan Leno

            Trippier Duffy Valery Doherty TAA

            Eriksen KDB Jota Propper xxxxxxxxx

            Aguero Rashford Vardy

            GW35 Vardy > Jimenez/Deeney
            GW36 KDB > Mane/Salah

            Any ideas would be welcomed

          • Scotty B
            • 6 Years
            13 days, 13 hours ago

            (C) Dunk, Son or Salah?

            1. Eat my goal!
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              13 days, 13 hours ago

              Any other options?

          • Mattymo23
            • 7 Years
            13 days, 13 hours ago

            Pls help

            A) Is Murray any good?
            B) Jota or Martial
            C) Any City midfielder worth getting?
            D) Lukaku rotation risk?

            1. JohnRoss
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 8 Years
              13 days, 13 hours ago

              No
              Jota
              Sterling if you have a bench
              Managed minutes - good differential