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Scout Notes

Vardy’s superb FPL form leaves owners with ‘keep or sell’ dilemma

Jamie Vardy is Fantasy Premier League’s form attacking asset over the last nine Gameweeks.

Since Claude Puel departed Leicester City in the wake of the defeat to Crystal Palace, Vardy has ten goals and two assists – no FPL player can match that total of 12 goal involvements during this time.

Ahead of Double Gameweek 35, we wrote that Vardy’s form was making it difficult for his owners to trade him in.

Those who kept faith with the Leicester striker have since been rewarded with 24 points in the space of three Gameweeks.

Vardy’s owners now face another dilemma ahead of the season run-in, with Leicester away at Manchester City next before entertaining Chelsea in Gameweek 38.

The Blues’ away woes (two wins in eight games on the road and no clean sheets in that time) makes that final-day fixture more appealing than it seems on paper but a trip to the Etihad next Monday is more off-putting, given that City have kept 11 clean sheets in their last 15 Premier League games.

Vardy has delivered attacking returns against five of the “big six” clubs this season, however, including an assist in the 2-1 win over City in December.

We review another triumphant day for Vardy and Leicester in our Scout Notes piece below.

Leicester City 3-0 Arsenal

  • Goals: Youri Tielemans (£6.0m), Jamie Vardy (£9.0m) x2
  • Assists: James Maddison (£6.7m), Ricardo Pereira (£5.3m)

Leicester City recorded their fifth win in seven Gameweeks on Sunday, seeing off ten-man Arsenal at the King Power Stadium.

The Gunners played almost an hour with a numerical disadvantage following the 36th-minute dismissal of Ainsley Maitland-Niles (£4.4m) but there should be no doubt that Leicester were much the better side even before the Arsenal wing-back picked up his second yellow card of the afternoon.

The Foxes had already registered nine shots before Maitland-Niles was sent off and they looked sharper, hungrier and more confident than their timid visitors throughout.

The sending off actually probably hindered Jamie Vardy (£9.0m) more than helped him – Arsenal retreating to a more defensive mindset after being reduced to ten men and not allowing space in behind their backline for Vardy to exploit.

For the first 36 minutes of the second half, Vardy didn’t have a single shot.

It wasn’t until Arsenal opted to throw a few men forward at 1-0 down that Vardy was presented with the space he thrives on, with the Leicester striker following up his own lobbed effort that struck the crossbar to nod the hosts 2-0 up and then securing another double-digit FPL haul when tapping in Ricardo Pereira’s (£5.3m) low cross in stoppage time.

Vardy’s movement was excellent and he could have been on the scoresheet in the first half when he lobbed wide following a through-ball from Marc Albrighton (£5.1m).

No player on show at the King Power Stadium registered more penalty box touches, attempts on goal, shots in the box, efforts on target or big chances.

When FPL forwards are filtered by the last nine Gameweeks, Vardy – who averages 9.0 points per game under Brendan Rodgers – comes top for big chances, shots on target and efforts in the box.

Vardy isn’t the only player to be excelling under his new manager.

Youri Tielemans (£6.0m) has only blanked in one of the last nine Gameweeks and he registered his eighth attacking return of the last two months by nodding in James Maddison‘s (£6.7m) cross on 58 minutes.

Only Vardy had more attempts on goal than Tielemans at the King Power, with the Belgian midfielder going close to scoring a second when he curled narrowly wide on 73 minutes.

Tielemans is one of three Leicester players, the others being Maddison and Harvey Barnes (£5.5m), who sit in the top ten midfielders for efforts on goal over the last nine Gameweeks, emphasising just how attacking the Foxes are under Rodgers now.

Speaking of the on-loan Monaco midfielder, Rodgers said:

What he’s paid to do is create and score and he’s doing it very well.

It was a wonderful cross from James and it’s important that you have players that are hungry to score and he had a great strike as well in the game that was very, very close.

He’s shown great efficiency since he’s been here and for his age, he’s got great maturity in his game and I’m very, very pleased for him today.

Tielemans had begun this match in a midfield three with Wilfred Ndidi (£4.9m) and the excellent Hamza Choudhury (£4.3m), with Maddison and Albrighton playing wide of Vardy.

With Arsenal a man down, Rodgers sacrificed Ndidi at the break and brought on winger Barnes, reverting to the 4-1-4-1 formation he had favoured in recent weeks.

Tielemans and Maddison were given more license to get forward from central positions and it was no surprise that they combined for Leicester’s opening goal.

Maddison was again impressive, if a little selfish at times, registering four shots from distance and three key passes – two of which led to “big chances”.

Ricardo got the assist for Vardy’s goal but opposite full-back Ben Chilwell (£5.0m) caught the eye from an attacking perspective, frequently getting forward from left-back and creating three chances.

While there will be few Fantasy managers interested in budget defensive midfielder Choudhury, his inclusion in a slightly tweaked Leicester set-up meant one less starting spot for the likes of Barnes and Demarai Gray (£5.4m) to compete for.

On Choudhury, Rodgers said:

I thought he was outstanding. He’s made the best tackle I’ve seen since I’ve been in here and that’s why he was in the team.

In the first half against West Ham, we were too passive, against Newcastle we were too passive. And I’m not the type of coach who waits to see if we are going to be passive again.

He’s shown me in training that he’s really aggressive, he recovers the ball so well.

Leicester will seldom face a defence as obliging as Arsenal’s, however, with the Gunners conceding three goals for the third Premier League match in a row.

They remain stuck on one clean sheet away from home all season and rank in the bottom third of the table for big chances, shots in the box and efforts on target conceded over their last six matches.

As well as the three goals he shipped on Sunday, Bernd Leno (£4.9m) had to make nine saves at the King Power – more than any other goalkeeper in Gameweek 36.

While shot-shy Brighton likely won’t cause the Gunners many problems in Gameweek 37, Ashley Barnes (£5.6m) and Chris Wood (£6.3m) will be licking their lips ahead of their final-day meeting with Unai Emery’s side at Turf Moor.

It is difficult to judge Arsenal’s attacking players given that they played for almost two-thirds of the game with only ten men but there were only occasional flashes before Maitland-Niles’ dismissal: Alex Iwobi (£5.4m) and Alexandre Lacazette (£9.4m) both perhaps should have done better with presentable chances before their team-mate saw red.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (£10.9m) returned after sinus surgery to play alongside Lacazette in a 4-4-2 but the Gabonese forward was mostly peripheral after Maitland-Niles’ red card and didn’t register a single shot.

While there were mitigating circumstances in Leicester, Aubameyang and Lacazette have each just scored one goal in their last seven away league appearances.

Reflecting on the game, Emery said:

Our gameplan was to be strong in our defensive moments and in our attacking moments, to take our chances, attacking their back four.
 
We started very well, we controlled the match with good positioning and defensively with not many problems.
 
The second yellow card gave us a lot of problems to continue with our gameplan with more efficiency. Continuing our idea with one player less was going to be difficult. It changed a lot, this red card.

The players worked very well and I’m proud of them. With one player less, we continued our gameplan, trying to be together, defensively strong, and in the attacking moments to take our moments. The first goal has conditioned the result.

When we were better on the pitch with one player less, they had a counter-attack and scored the second one and finished the match.

Mesut Ozil (£7.9m) and Nacho Monreal (£5.4m) missed out with foot and calf injuries respectively, meanwhile.

Leicester City XI (4-1-4-1): Schmeichel; Ricardo, Evans, Maguire, Chilwell; Ndidi (Barnes 46′); Albrighton (Gray 86′), Tielemans, Choudhury (Mendy 78′), Maddison; Vardy.

Arsenal XI (4-4-2): Leno; Maitland-Niles, Mustafi, Sokratis, Kolasinac; Mkhitaryan (Guendouzi 73′), Torreira, Xhaka, Iwobi (Koscielny 46′); Lacazette (Nketiah 78′), Aubameyang.

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  1. TaiwanHC
    • 3 Years
    1 month, 18 days ago

    GTG?

    Lloris
    Robertson - Laporte - Boly
    Mane - Eriksen - Son - Jota
    Aguero - Lacazette - Jimenez

    Foster, Valery, Doucoure, Masina

    Thanks guys!

  2. OneDennisBergkamp
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 3 Years
    1 month, 18 days ago

    Hazard & Lacazette > Sterling & Rashford for free?

    1. Christina.
      • 9 Years
      1 month, 18 days ago

      sell Haz? nope.

      1. OneDennisBergkamp
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 3 Years
        1 month, 18 days ago

        Not even for Sterling?

  3. SPorting
    • 7 Years
    1 month, 18 days ago

    2FTs and two options, so far:

    a) Son -> Pogba
    b) JWP, Llorente -> Babel, Long

    1. Christina.
      • 9 Years
      1 month, 18 days ago

      Keep Jwp

    2. Lazaretti
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 18 days ago

      I wouldn't sell Son before Bournemouth game

    3. antis0cial
      • 3 Years
      1 month, 18 days ago

      Of those, A. You will want to play JWP gw38

    4. SPorting
      • 7 Years
      1 month, 18 days ago

      Cheers, me beauties.

      Looks like I need a Plan C...

  4. Melvin Udall
    • 4 Years
    1 month, 18 days ago

    Palace fans...

    Is Martin Kelly nailed until the end if the season?

    1. pingissimus
      1 month, 18 days ago

      Yes

    2. MafioSol
      • 5 Years
      1 month, 18 days ago

      Random ...

  5. Smokey_Lowkey
    1 month, 18 days ago

    Which transfers make the most sense:

    Wilson - > Long
    Eriksen - > Hazard

    Or:

    Son - > Hojbjerg
    Eriksen - > Salah (already have Mane and TAA)

    Both for free. Thoughts?

    Cheers!

    1. Would Ed Woodward
      1 month, 18 days ago

      I wouldn't wanna lose both Son and Eriksen, not before Bournemouth who have a terrible history vs Spurs, also I'm not sure Liverpool hammer their last two opponents, I suspect grinding wins.

    2. Maddamotha
      • 2 Years
      1 month, 18 days ago

      A out of those

  6. Would Ed Woodward
    1 month, 18 days ago

    Bottomed...

    Lloris Foster
    TAA Doherty Valery (Bednarek, Dunk)
    Sterling Mane Son Eriksen Jota
    Aguero Jimenez Wilson

    0 ITB, 2 FT

    A) Eriksen > Pogba, bench Wilson then Jota > Redmond and Doherty > Laporte in 38.
    B) Eriksen > Redmond who I bench but start 38, Dunk > Robertson/VVD and then Doherty > Laporte in 38.
    C) Eriksen, Wilson > Hazard, Long, no idea what I do in 38.

  7. Magic Zico
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    1 month, 18 days ago

    Martial to B Silva or keep?

    1. Malkmus
      • 7 Years
      1 month, 18 days ago

      I'd go B Silva, no confidence in martial

    2. Maddamotha
      • 2 Years
      1 month, 18 days ago

      If Rash out keep maybe. Have Martial myself, but him starting is 50/50 now.

  8. bigdip
    • 7 Years
    1 month, 18 days ago

    Help pls:
    Lloris (Foster)
    Valery TAA Doherty (Duffy, Yoshida)
    Son Deulofeu Salah MANE Jota
    Aguero Jimenez (GRAY)

    1FT 0.3mn ITB

    A) Mane & Gray to Pogba & Rashford
    B) Mane & Gray to Sterling/Haz & Long
    C) Son & Gray to Richarlison/Bilva & Rashford
    D) Son & Gray to 8.0 mid & Zaha

  9. Malkmus
    • 7 Years
    1 month, 18 days ago

    A'noon all. Any thoughts on this? 2FT, 0.8 ITB

    Gunn (Foster)
    Trent - Laporte - Boly
    Sterling - Son - Eriksen - Jota - Mane
    Kun - Jimi

    Subs - Llorente, Valery, Dunk

    A - Eriksen to Pogba
    B - Other

    Ta!

  10. TaiwanHC
    • 3 Years
    1 month, 18 days ago

    Repost

    GTG?

    Lloris
    Robertson - Laporte - Boly
    Mane - Eriksen - Son - Jota
    Aguero - Lacazette - Jimenez

    Foster, Valery, Doucoure, Masina

    Thanks guys!

    1. Maddamotha
      • 2 Years
      1 month, 18 days ago

      G2g

  11. Ajax Hamsterdam
    • 4 Years
    1 month, 18 days ago

    i see loads of managers are swapping big guns (hazard,eriksen aguero etc) around for other big guns. surely with the big teams now all having decent fixtures until the end of the season anyone can outscore anyone? or is it just a case of people wanting to take a bit of gamble to improve ranks now that the season is (nearly) over ??

    1. Maddamotha
      • 2 Years
      1 month, 18 days ago

      Gamble. Season is over, at least if chasing.

      1. Ajax Hamsterdam
        • 4 Years
        1 month, 18 days ago

        thanks

    2. pingissimus
      1 month, 18 days ago

      Hazard is my gamble as he has such a high ceiling.

      But he is the second highest points scorer in the game - his ownership is still lowish. Think we're seeing a bit of a correction from WC DGW fever where double Spurs mids was all the rage. The Eriksen Son double up felt a little indecisive to me - getting in both for fear of missing one. Spurs form didn't warrant both.

    3. Ivor Mac
      1 month, 18 days ago

      Eriksen is the player that as screwed everyone. Spurs were not meant to beat City in the CL. Now we have Eriksen who has a great fixture with Bournemouth but looks really tired. Everton last day now looks tougher as their defence has improved.

      Even though he has great fixtures, a side trade to Pogba will probably fail as that dude has checked out. If you trade down to Jota, Milli etc you are left with 3 million wasted on the bench and no cast iron option to spend that extra 3 million in Gameweek 38.

      My thinking as an Eriksen owner is to ride out out. Scream at the telly in frustration as he does nothing in Bournemouth but least you have two trades the final gameweek.

    4. MafioSol
      • 5 Years
      1 month, 18 days ago

      Gamble v educated guesses v strategy.

  12. I hate Moreno
    • 7 Years
    1 month, 18 days ago

    Need to make up about 100 points in next 2 weeks. Best triple captain?

    1. Miguel Sanchez
      • 2 Years
      1 month, 18 days ago

      Someone your rival doesn't have. Hazard (WAT) maybe?

      1. I hate Moreno
        • 7 Years
        1 month, 18 days ago

        was always the plan. gambled on holding the TC chip as every man and his dog seemed to be on Salah/Mane. Didn't exactly work out.

    2. Chandler Bing
      • 3 Years
      1 month, 18 days ago

      Sterling or Aguero GW38

    3. Chenku╰☆╮
      • 4 Years
      1 month, 18 days ago

      Go lukaku.. Flat track bully.

    4. Legend of Rosický
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 18 days ago

      This is pretty much impossible. But go with Whichever one of Kun and sterling your rival doesnt have and hope for a record haul vs a red card

      1. I hate Moreno
        • 7 Years
        1 month, 18 days ago

        I've got over 100k rivals atm

      2. Mo Mané Mo Problems
        • 5 Years
        1 month, 18 days ago

        Not pretty much, it is impossible.

        What are you going to do, back to back 100's vs their back to back 50's?

        Nope.

        1. I hate Moreno
          • 7 Years
          1 month, 18 days ago

          people have got back to back 120s vs my back to back 60s and 70s

    5. avfc82
      • 9 Years
      1 month, 18 days ago

      Hazard this week.

  13. Miguel Sanchez
    • 2 Years
    1 month, 18 days ago

    Best Southampton option vs Hudds in GW 38:

    A) Long
    B) Redmond
    C) JWP

    1. Ajax Hamsterdam
      • 4 Years
      1 month, 18 days ago

      im going redmond

    2. Iggypop
      1 month, 18 days ago

      d) Valery

    3. chilli con kone
      • 5 Years
      1 month, 18 days ago

      C

    4. MafioSol
      • 5 Years
      1 month, 18 days ago

      Bloody Hell. Great question. Personally I'm going for Redmond. Love to have JWP but that would be beyond current plans, Long naaaaahhhhh.

  14. Kno
    • 8 Years
    1 month, 18 days ago

    2ft and this lot to play with. Thinking I might just do eriksen to poggers and save one for 38?

    Foster ryan
    Laporte taa robbo doherrty (bedna)
    Sterling mane eriksen son(redmon)
    Aguero jimenez (llorente)

    1. Malkmus
      • 7 Years
      1 month, 18 days ago

      Our teams are v similar (see above) and that is what I'm thinking. Will have 2ft's for 38 and don't want 3 x wolves v pool.

    2. Ajax Hamsterdam
      • 4 Years
      1 month, 18 days ago

      maybe a better keeper ??

  15. Tsssst
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 7 Years
    1 month, 18 days ago

    providing Rashford is fit come the weekend.

    Duffy & Mitrovic worth a -4 for Kelly & Rashford?

    1. chilli con kone
      • 5 Years
      1 month, 18 days ago

      I would keep
      Mitro just a hunch he will score ok the next two especially in GW38!

  16. Thomas Jerome Newton
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 2 Years
    1 month, 18 days ago

    Gone from 32k to

    1. Goat
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 18 days ago

      Congrats. Massive achievement

    2. Thomas Jerome Newton
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      1 month, 18 days ago

      Sod it.

      1. Pap Le Cissier
        • 7 Years
        1 month, 18 days ago

        😆

    3. Thomas Jerome Newton
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      1 month, 18 days ago

      In short, was asking if Eriksen to Pogba seem good. (Have Mane and Son) pmuse nearest rival has Pogba...

      1. chilli con kone
        • 5 Years
        1 month, 18 days ago

        Old Pog yes. Perhaps not the current Pog

      2. Ivor Mac
        1 month, 18 days ago

        NO! Pogba must be removed from all calculations. He has checked out. The old Pogba is gone. I wouldnt even be surprised if he is dropped. Guy is an absolute donkey and playing with little interest. Could you imagine losing a mini league because you gambled on that idiot?

        1. Would Ed Woodward
          1 month, 18 days ago

          I hate Pogba but even a donkey could haul against Hudds.

          1. Mo Mané Mo Problems
            • 5 Years
            1 month, 18 days ago

            Lukaku shoots though...

            How many shots in the box has Pogba had in the last 6?

            If it was HUD, I'd say maybe it's worth it, but it's not.

            The only thing I've wanted all season is for Pogba to miss a penalty.

            1. Would Ed Woodward
              1 month, 18 days ago

              No idea but probably none, my hope would be that we go back to 433 with Pogba the furthest forward, it's possible with Herrera back and I know we just played a diamond but Ole seems to switch tactics constantly.

              1. Mo Mané Mo Problems
                • 5 Years
                1 month, 18 days ago

                5 in 6. But I guess he had 2 penalties in that time?

  17. CelticBhoy1
    • 5 Years
    1 month, 18 days ago

    Keep Laca or sell?

    1. Ajax Hamsterdam
      • 4 Years
      1 month, 18 days ago

      id keep, home to brighton, then swap for firmino last day of the season ??

      1. MafioSol
        • 5 Years
        1 month, 18 days ago

        Firminho? Most probably Liverpool's 5th valuable fpl asset? ...

  18. chilli con kone
    • 5 Years
    1 month, 18 days ago

    Is Salah > Sterling a no no?

    Have Mane, Trent and Kun

    1. MafioSol
      • 5 Years
      1 month, 18 days ago

      Sideways and ignorant of current form.

  19. CelticBhoy1
    • 5 Years
    1 month, 18 days ago

    Moura > ?

    1. Ajax Hamsterdam
      • 4 Years
      1 month, 18 days ago

      siggy for a one week punk ?

      1. Magic Zico
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        1 month, 18 days ago

        good shout

    2. chilli con kone
      • 5 Years
      1 month, 18 days ago

      Jota maybe and bench in GW38?

      1. Ajax Hamsterdam
        • 4 Years
        1 month, 18 days ago

        jota a good one yep

  20. chilli con kone
    • 5 Years
    1 month, 18 days ago

    Has Pogba looked good the last few games or are people just playing the fixtures?

    Seen his name round here a few times but have been away the last few weeks...

    1. Ivor Mac
      1 month, 18 days ago

      I have no idea why. The guy has been atrocious. Ok he might do well because of the fixtures but to me he is a complete nono. The atmosphere around the club is not good and its clear his mind is elsewhere.

    2. Ajax Hamsterdam
      • 4 Years
      1 month, 18 days ago

      bought gw19, not selling now, fixtures too good imo

  21. Legend of Rosický
    • 1 Year
    1 month, 18 days ago

    Quick TC poll for those who still have it:
    A) Haz GW37
    B) Sterling GW37
    C) Aguero GW37
    D) Sterling GW38
    E) Aguero GW38
    F) Other (Who and when)

    1. Tsssst
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 7 Years
      1 month, 18 days ago

      putting the opposition would have been an idea

      1. Legend of Rosický
        • 1 Year
        1 month, 18 days ago

        2 games to go, think most people with the TC chip left know the opposition of City assets and Chelsea this GW being hazards last EPL home game (most likely)

    2. amplifiedAnt
      • 4 Years
      1 month, 18 days ago

      Currently looking at Jota or Aguero (both GW37).

      Not keen on waiting until the final week.

  22. Would Ed Woodward
    1 month, 18 days ago

    19 points clear in my cash ML, I have Kun and Sterling, he only has Sterling from those, armband is currently on Kun but should I go Sterling instead to most likely match him?

    1. Legend of Rosický
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 18 days ago

      Who do you think will score more points vs leicester at home

      1. Would Ed Woodward
        1 month, 18 days ago

        Kun for me but it could really go either way.

        1. Legend of Rosický
          • 1 Year
          1 month, 18 days ago

          19 points is not too much, he can make the ponts from other players as well. I would go with Kun

  23. amplifiedAnt
    • 4 Years
    1 month, 18 days ago

    Failing to sort my transfers/play TC before the deadline somehow resulted in 97 points and a green arrow (up to 12k OR)...

    2FT, 0ITB. TC to play, because I'm an idiot.

    Lloris (Foster)
    Robertson, Doherty, Valery
    Mané, Eriksen, Son, Jota
    Aguero, Jimenez, Wilson
    (KDB*, Yoshida, Dunk)

    KDB + Eriksen > Sterling + Milivojevic look OK? Any advances?

    1. pingissimus
      1 month, 17 days ago

      Redmond or JWP as the makeweight?

      Whoever it is will only play 38 and presumably and I'd take either Redmond or JWP over Mili then.

      1. amplifiedAnt
        • 4 Years
        1 month, 17 days ago

        That's a cracking shout - almost as good as saving a FT.

        Would either have to bench Wilson or Mili in GW37 so why tie funds up in Mili?

        Cheers.

  24. CelticBhoy1
    • 5 Years
    1 month, 18 days ago

    Jota or Milivojevic?

    1. JoeSoap
      • 5 Years
      1 month, 18 days ago

      Jota

  25. JoeSoap
    • 5 Years
    1 month, 18 days ago

    Should I save & have two for last week? 0.4 in bank.
    Leading cash ML by 53. Their main differentials are Laporte & Ederson (need a Vardy goal).

    Foster
    Vertonghen Doherty Robbo
    Son Mane Salah JWP
    Aguero Jimenez Gray
    Ryan Doucoure Duffy Valery

  26. VanDijksToWatchOutFor
    • 1 Year
    1 month, 18 days ago

    Anyone (particularly firmino or laca owners) considering lukaku for Huddersfield?

    1. shearer9
      • 2 Years
      1 month, 18 days ago

      Keeping Firm for now. Man U just rubbish. Might get Shaw because of decent form and crap opposition

    2. Magic Zico
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      1 month, 18 days ago

      Not really, Pogba is the only gambling bit perhaps

  27. Would Ed Woodward
    1 month, 18 days ago

    Sorry if this has already been posted but this video of Martial not bothering to warm up at all is very funny, don't think I'll be getting him in for the final two games.

    https://www.caughtoffside.com/2019/04/28/martial-man-utd-warmup-vs-chelsea-video-fans-furious/

    1. Magic Zico
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      1 month, 18 days ago

      I will sell then

  28. Magic Zico
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    1 month, 18 days ago

    Ok folks, Eriksen Martial to Pogba B Silva ... locked in until Friday 🙂 Please shout if any other ideas ...

  29. Legend of Rosický
    • 1 Year
    1 month, 18 days ago

    Son > Bilva (-4) worth it?

    1. Magic Zico
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      1 month, 18 days ago

      Probably not

  30. Gloria Leicesterfan
    • 3 Years
    1 month, 18 days ago

    sterling zaha or

    Auba Shaw

    1. Ajax Hamsterdam
      • 4 Years
      1 month, 17 days ago

      Ster zaha by miles