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The FPL Digest: Fraser’s creativity and what to do with Wolves assets

Our final Digest piece of the season is here ahead of Gameweek 38.

In this article, we scrutinise a player, team and discussion point that attracted our interest in the previous weekend’s matches – be it for good or bad reasons.

The Player – Ryan Fraser

What a season Ryan Fraser (£6.3m) has had.

Yes, there have been lean periods: the Scottish winger blanked in ten matches between Gameweeks 19 and 29.

Fraser is, however, the best-value Fantasy midfielder or forward in 2018/19, based on points per million spent (28.4 at the time of writing).

A total of 21 attacking returns (seven goals, 14 assists) is more than in his previous two campaigns combined, with no midfielder under £8.5m directly involved in more of his side’s goals this season.

Fraser provided the cross for Nathan Ake‘s (£5.1m) winner against Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday and only Eden Hazard (£11.0m) has more assists to his name this season.

Bournemouth’s win over nine-man Spurs has to be taken with a pinch of salt, of course, given that the Cherries had two men over on the Lilywhites for almost all of the second half.

Nevertheless, Fraser posted some eye-catching statistics.

No Premier League player supplied more crosses, successful crosses, key passes or “big chances” than the pint-sized winger in Gameweek 37.

Fraser’s individual total of ten successful crosses was more than any other Premier League side managed as a team at the weekend.

This wasn’t a freak occurrence that only owed to Spurs’ ill-discipline, however.

Fraser has delivered more crosses and successful crosses than any other midfielder this season, while his total of 28 big chances created is not only the best in the division but also hasn’t been bettered as far back as our records for that statistic go (eight years).

It is perhaps no surprise that Callum Wilson (£6.8m) was missing for large periods of Fraser’s aforementioned dry spell.

Wilson has supplied five assists for Fraser, while the Scotland international has created half of Wilson’s 14 goals.

The pair have proven deadly on the counter-attack in Bournemouth’s two most recent away fixtures at Brighton and Southampton, which saw the Cherries score on a combined eight occasions.

Eddie Howe’s side are again away in Gameweek 38, visiting a Palace side that have the second-worst home record in the division.

There is further encouragement for Fraser and his Fantasy owners in the form of the Eagles’ recent defensive statistics.

When clubs are filtered by their last six matches, no side has conceded as many headed chances as Palace – a possible good omen for Fraser’s assist potential given his dominance at dead-ball situations.

Roy Hodgson’s side also rank 17th for attempts from set plays conceded over this time, while no Premier League team has allowed more crosses.

The Team – Burnley

One of umpteen teams with effectively nothing to play for in Gameweek 38, Burnley take on Arsenal on the last day of 2018/19.

The Gunners’ recent away record (two wins from 12 league matches on the road) and their lack of clean sheets on their travels this season (their only shut-out being the 1-0 win over ten-man Watford in Gameweek 34) will no doubt be of interest to Fantasy managers looking for a final-day differential.

Only Huddersfield Town have allowed more big chances than Arsenal when clubs are filtered by their last six matches, while Cardiff City are the only team to have allowed more opportunities from set plays in this time.

No Premier League side has allowed more headed chances than Unai Emery’s troops over this period, with the Gunners also ranking joint-17th for shots on target conceded and joint-16th for attempts in the box conceded.

On top of this, Arsenal are in Europa League action in Spain less than 72 hours before they head to Turf Moor.

After the 1-1 draw with Brighton effectively ended their hopes of a top-four finish, Emery said the focus was now on the Europa League.

Those considering Chris Wood (£6.3m) or Ashley Barnes (£5.6m) will no doubt be encouraged by Arsenal’s vulnerability in the air and from dead-ball situations, something that may also benefit James Tarkowski (£4.7m) and Ben Mee (£4.6m).

Up until the special case that was the Gameweek 36 defeat to Manchester City, Burnley had scored in all 12 of their preceding dozen home league matches.

There wasn’t much to be positive about in the 2-0 defeat to Everton last Friday, however, with Burnley very much second best for most of the evening.

No side in the division had fewer attempts on goal, shots in the box or efforts on target than Burnley in Gameweek 37.

We ought to cut the Clarets some slack – Everton are one of the form teams in the top flight and have now kept eight clean sheets in the last ten Gameweeks.

Of more concern would be Sean Dyche’s decision to tinker with a hitherto settled side, with Johann Berg Gudmundsson (£5.5m) and Robbie Brady (£5.4m) getting rare run-outs on the flank.

Rotation is a widespread concern in Gameweek 38, with numerous dead rubbers up and down the country handing Premier League managers the chance to give starts to some of their long-suffering bench players.

Speaking of whom, Matej Vydra (£5.6m) has had to wait patiently as Wood and Barnes have started the last 18 league matches together up front.

Peter Crouch (£4.4m) is also now back to full fitness after appendix surgery.

Joint-club-record signing Ben Gibson (£4.8m), meanwhile, has made just one start at centre-half all season.

On the flip side, though, is the desire to finish the season on a high and reward a dedicated fanbase with a positive performance.

Dyche echoed those sentiments in quotes published in the Lancashire Telegraph on Wednesday, saying:

I don’t mean we weren’t up for it [v Everton], but that edge when there’s something riding on it, good or bad. You have to deliver and when it’s not there it’s a strange kind of feeling.

But we want to finish right against a good side in Arsenal, for the way we go about our business, and for the fans, who’ve been amazing.

It’s easy to support when things are going well. But we’ve had really good support even when things haven’t been going as well, the fans stuck with it, home and away, and it would be nice to take on a big side in Arsenal and give something to the fans.

Asked about the possibility of rotation, Dyche gave out mixed signals.

The Burnley boss said:

It depends because equally, the players who have been out there doing it will want to see the season out for their own needs.

Ben Mee, I thought was outstanding again tonight and he, in theory, could play every minute [of the season] next week which is an amazing achievement.

Corky I think did it last year and it is an amazing thing for a Premier League footballer.

It is not just about changing it, it is about the reward for the players that have played and finishing the season. Most players want to finish the season fit and well and performing.

The threat, no matter how small, of rotation in Gameweek 38 is something we can do without as Fantasy managers but Burnley and Arsenal’s underlying stats seem to be aligning nicely for the final-day encounter at Turf Moor.

The Discussion Point – What to do with Wolves assets in Gameweek 38?

Away at title-chasing Liverpool, Wolverhampton Wanderers have one of the toughest fixtures of Gameweek 38.

Owners of Wolves’ Fantasy assets, therefore, face something of a dilemma ahead of Sunday’s deadline, with many amongst us facing a ‘play, bench or sell’ conundrum going into this weekend’s match at Anfield.

Nuno Espirito Santo’s side were well-represented in the top 10k as of the Gameweek 37 deadline, as the below table (taken from Ragabolly’s livefpl site) shows:


Combination % owned by top 10k
Doherty, Jimenez and Jota26.63%
Jimenez and Doherty49.1%
Jimenez and Jota48.65%
Jota and Doherty28.1%

Diogo Jota (£6.3m) and Matt Doherty (£5.3m) each have ownerships of just over 50% in the top 10,000, with Raul Jimenez (£6.9m) owned by a whopping 93.82%.

There is certainly a movement towards selling in the wider FPL community: Doherty and Jimenez are the most-sold players of Gameweek 38 in their respective positions, with Jota the fourth-most-sold Fantasy midfielder.

Wolves come into Sunday’s game on the back of three successive wins, however, along with a track record for competing well against the ‘big six’ clubs.

The latest win for Santo’s side was a 1-0 victory over Fulham, which would have been more emphatic in nature had it not been for wayward finishing and some smart goalkeeping.

Jota’s owners, in particular, will wonder how he didn’t register an attacking return, with the Portuguese midfielder twice dragging inches wide and forcing Sergio Rico (£4.4m) into two excellent saves.

Jimenez frustrated for different reasons, registering only one shot in the box (compared to Jota’s five) and blanking for the third home fixture in a row.

Doherty, at least, registered his first double-digit return in a match since Gameweek 8.

Wolves’ overall record against the big six in the league is competitive, having won four of their 11 matches and only failed to score in two of them:


Played 11
Won4
Drawn4
Lost3
Clean sheets0
Didn’t score2

On top of this, Wolves have also beaten Manchester United and Liverpool at Molineux in the FA Cup.

Their record against the top half-dozen sides on the road is not bad either, with their only defeat being a 3-0 loss to Manchester City in which they played over 70 minutes with ten men:


Played5
Won1
Drawn3
Lost1
Clean sheets0
Didn’t score1

Three of the above matches were 1-1 draws, while they also dispatched Spurs 3-1 at Wembley.

This record might also be of interest to the many of us with Liverpool assets going into Gameweek 38, given that Spurs, Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal all failed to score more than once when facing Wolves on home soil.

Looking more closely at the three main players in the Wolves team – Doherty, Jimenez and Jota – against the big six leads to some interesting findings.

Overall, their records against the top half-dozen clubs in the league are:


PlayerAppsGoalsAssistsBlanksPoints per match
Jimenez114545.9
Jota8 (inc 1 sub)3144.5
Doherty111282.5

Away from home, this record reads:


PlayerAppsGoalsAssistsBlanksPoints per match
Jimenez52215.6
Jota4 (inc 1 sub)0132.5
Doherty50142.0

It is easy to see why Doherty is deemed surplus to requirements by many in Gameweek 38, without a league clean sheet against the big six all season and with only one attacking return in five away appearances against these clubs.

There has to be a disclaimer against Jota, though, with three of his four overall blanks against the big six coming before his conversion into a bona fide striker in Gameweek 15.

Since then, he averages 6.2 points per match against the top half-dozen clubs.

Jimenez meanwhile has only blanked once against a big six side on the road – that being the 3-0 defeat to City when his legs were preserved with a half-time substitution.

There are other factors in play here, of course, including Liverpool’s record of clean sheets at Anfield (11 in 18) and the fact that the Reds held Wolves to nil in the reverse fixture in December.

Jota and Jimenez sit second and eighth respectively among all players for xGI over the last five Gameweeks, though, shrugging off any talk of an FA Cup semi-final hangover.

As the stats in the above tables suggest, playing one of these two players at Anfield in Gameweek 38 mightn’t be the worst idea in the world – particularly if City swiftly race into a commanding lead at Brighton and extinguish a deflated (relatively speaking after the euphoria of Tuesday night) Liverpool’s chances of winning the league title.


1,224 Comments Post a Comment
  1. KAPTAIN KANE
    • 2 Years
    5 months, 16 days ago

    Of course, Moura did F all in my team.

    As if.

    1. SPorting
      • 8 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      And he won’t do anything next week either.

    2. Super Saints
      • 3 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      Nothing or a hattrick

  2. Fred54
    • 4 Years
    5 months, 16 days ago

    All your farmers leagues belong to us now!!!

  3. pingissimus
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    5 months, 16 days ago

    Not. Even. possible

    1. pingissimus
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      5 months, 16 days ago

      Might revisit that thread earlier about how rubbish Spurs are

  4. Rainer
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 3 Years
    5 months, 16 days ago

    Football is mad.

  5. Team Cruel
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 4 Years
    5 months, 16 days ago

    World: OMG Spurs are in the final

    Me: December blanks in FPL. DECEMBER BLANKS

  6. Super Saints
    • 3 Years
    5 months, 16 days ago

    Son was proper shocking tonight. Llorente changed the game, has to start the final.

    Son Llorente Moura
    Eriksen Sissoko Alli
    Rose Vert Alde Trippier
    Lloris

    1. Collie01
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      Kane will be back

      1. Super Saints
        • 3 Years
        5 months, 16 days ago

        I feel sorry for Llorente this season

    2. mixology
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 7 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      June 1st is the final date I believe. Surely kane has a chance to be fit, no?

      1. Super Saints
        • 3 Years
        5 months, 16 days ago

        Llorente has been better than Kane this season

    3. Garlana
      • 4 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      All those players deserve their spot, Kane should be in the bench if he's back.

      1. Super Saints
        • 3 Years
        5 months, 16 days ago

        Here here, they all deserve their spot but I'm guessing Poch plays Kane.

  7. Maximus Bonimus Pointimus
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 9 Years
    5 months, 16 days ago

    Porch celebrating like a madman, great to see 🙂

    1. Maximus Bonimus Pointimus
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      *poch

  8. FredrikH
    • 7 Years
    5 months, 16 days ago

    Alli assist on that last goal. Wow.

    1. Super Saints
      • 3 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      It was the only spot on the pitch they could of scored from, vision and touch incredible, fair play

    2. Yank Revolution
      • 8 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      De Ligt fd up tho...he should have kept moving towards the passed ball, but didnt

  9. CloudSky
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 3 Years
    5 months, 16 days ago

    Frenkie de Jong hasn't even put on the Barca dress yet and he already feels like one of their own blowing a three goal lead.

    1. Syd.
      • 10 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      😆

    2. Super Saints
      • 3 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      Haha he'll fit in well

    3. Maximus Bonimus Pointimus
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      He’ll fit right in - another beta male to look to Messi to win games

    4. Gnu Scott talent
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 10 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      Haha

    5. Wild Rover
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      ;D

  10. ChrisPire
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 1 Year
    5 months, 16 days ago

    What is the maximum of Premier League teams can go to CL next year?

    1. The One True Marvin
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      5

      1. MeatPieSausageRoll
        5 months, 16 days ago

        So we could still qualify 😀

    2. Licky
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 7 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      5

    3. Miguel Sanchez
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      5 if Arsenal win Europa

    4. ChrisPire
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      5 months, 16 days ago

      But Liverpool of Tottenham could get extra ticket for PL teams or not?

      Or 6th in PL will get qualifyers?

  11. Hybrid.power
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 9 Years
    5 months, 16 days ago

    I hate that BT sports has the rights to the champions League.

    1. Miguel Sanchez
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      Hate BT sports coverage or that it is not on terrestrial?

      1. Hybrid.power
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 9 Years
        5 months, 16 days ago

        That it's not on terrestrial. So many people missing out on games like this

        1. Miguel Sanchez
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 3 Years
          5 months, 16 days ago

          A real shame you're right. Hope they agree a deal to put an all-English final on terrestrial.

    2. Super Saints
      • 3 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      I love it

    3. Flapjack ✅
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 7 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      I watched it in Spanish. Was way more fun

  12. Wild Rover
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 9 Years
    5 months, 16 days ago

    I LOVE FOOTBALL

    1. Business Cat
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      +1

    2. Syd.
      • 10 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      You will confuse our American cousins

    3. MeatPieSausageRoll
      5 months, 16 days ago

      And we love soccer dude

  13. YEAH PITCH!
    5 months, 16 days ago

    COYS

  14. Jarvish Scott Talent
    • 4 Years
    5 months, 16 days ago

    The prozzies in Amsterdam are going to be rich tonight

    1. Syd.
      • 10 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      Alli straight in there

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

      Not sure business will be any different than any other night for them.

    3. FPL Pillars
      • 3 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      Balls deep

  15. Spike ⚽️
    • 8 Years
    5 months, 16 days ago

    Well done to all the clowns that were slagging Spurs off earlier. You know who you are !!

    1. Roten Teufel
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      If people don't learn to zip it shut until the final whistle after this CL, they never will.

    2. Longlatini
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      Relegation form since Easter apparently!!

  16. Kiwivillan
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 5 Years
    5 months, 16 days ago

    Are you kidding me? I saw 2-0 Ajax and got stuck in at work. Only just looked again

    1. FPL Pillars
      • 3 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      Incredible isn’t it!

  17. Maximus Bonimus Pointimus
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 9 Years
    5 months, 16 days ago

    You just know these two teams will serve up a 3-3 in the final too lol

    1. Nomar
      • 9 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      0-0 going to pens guaranteed now.

  18. Flapjack ✅
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 7 Years
    5 months, 16 days ago

    Sorry I went quiet for the last 10 mins. The mrs has to resuscitate me

    1. Syd.
      • 10 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      Photographs?

  19. Maximus Bonimus Pointimus
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 9 Years
    5 months, 16 days ago

    Premier League TV rights just grew in value by another few billion worldwide after last 2 days

    1. Pras Scott Talent
      • 7 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      We still can’t afford Messi

    2. FPL Pillars
      • 3 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      Yup

  20. GW38 DS stats, Fixture and clean sheet odds
    G-Whizz
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • Has Moderation Rights
    • 2 Years
    5 months, 16 days ago

    GW38 DS stats, fixtures and clean sheet odds

    Last week where two teams were rated exactly the same with a DS of 611, Arsenal disappointed with a 1-1 draw at home to Brighton whrereas Manchester City kept their run going with a 1-0 victory over Leicester. Wolves (532DS) beat Fulham 1-0 and Liverpool (443DS) came out 2-3 winners at Newcastle while Manchester United (433DS) could only muster a 1-1 draw away to Huddersfield. Finally Chelsea (377DS) eased past Watford at Stamford Bridge by a score of 3-0.

    ARS: 184
    BOU: -108
    BHA: -595
    BUR: -184
    CAR: -466
    CHE: 32
    CRY: 108
    EVE: -252
    FUL: -100
    HUD: -302
    LEI: -32
    LIV: 609
    MCI: 595
    MUN: 466
    NEW: 100
    SOU: 302
    TOT: 252
    WAT: 130
    WHU: -130
    WOL: -609
    (Doosra gives a more detailed explanation of these numbers here http://www.fantasyfootballscout.co.uk/comment/16458109)

    Only 3 fixtures make the cut this week with Liverpool (609DS) out in front as they face Wolves at Anfield. Manchester City make second as they are rated with a 595DS and their neighbours United (466DS) show in third as they take on Cardiff at Old Trafford. The one that appears just under the radar this week is Southampton (302DS) as they face Huddersfield at home.

    GW38 fixture odds can be found here:
    http://prntscr.com/nm5hyj
    (Provided by Betbrain)

    GW37 clean sheets
    LIV: 50% ❌
    MNU: 50% ❌
    MCI: 49% ✅
    ARS: 46% ❌
    CHE:43% ✅
    EVE: 43% ✅
    WOL: 43% ✅
    TOT: 31% ❌
    CAR: 29% ❌
    CRY: 27% ❌
    WHU: 25% ✅
    SOU: 21% ❌
    BUR: 18% ❌
    BOU: 17% ✅
    FUL: 16% ❌
    BHA: 13% ❌
    HUD: 13% ❌
    NEW: 13% ❌
    WAT: 13% ❌
    LEI: 8% ❌
    https://www.fantasyfootballscout.co.uk/comment/20315054

    GW38 clean sheet odds
    MCI: 53%
    LIV: 48%
    SOU: 45%
    MNU: 44%
    TOT: 34%
    CRY: 29%
    ARS: 26%
    FUL: 26%
    CHE:25%
    WAT: 25%
    NEW: 24%
    LEI: 23%
    EVE: 20%
    WHU: 20%
    BUR: 19%
    BOU: 17%
    HUD: 13%
    WOL: 12%
    CAR: 9%
    BHA: 8%
    (Provided by Betbrain)

    GW37 saw the Mods & Cons top of the table finish as:

    1) Sutherns Comfort (M Sutherns) 2,416 (53)
    2) Utmost Capitulation (T. Maw) 2,389 (44)
    3) Whizz's Heroes (G Whizz) 2,340 (39)

    Very poor scoring week from me as I didn't even break the average! Hoping I can get through one more week ahead of 4th and finish with a bronze medal 🙂
    https://fantasy.premierleague.com/a/leagues/standings/29077/classic

    Dreamteam current top three:

    1) The Elf Army (O. Brown) 2,530
    2) Baldlife Killerz (M. Mckitterick) 2,503
    3) The Elf Army II (O. Brown) 2,484

    https://www.dreamteamfc.com/g/#season/league-hub/2074655/table

    As always, good luck and have a great final GW!

    G

    1. Wild Rover
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      Tall story

    2. ddfc
      • 3 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      Are these stats enough to say I should play Lloris instead of Foster??

      1. G-Whizz
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • Has Moderation Rights
        • 2 Years
        5 months, 15 days ago

        Yes.

        Whether that bears out to be true, only time will tell...

    3. fclackless [RoboKlopp]
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      5 months, 16 days ago

      thanks G ... good luck, looks like you've had a good season!

      1. G-Whizz
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • Has Moderation Rights
        • 2 Years
        5 months, 16 days ago

        My best ever! Never thought I would end up inside the top 10k :O

    4. FPL Virgin
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      How does Mark do it? Unbelievable season.

      1. G-Whizz
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • Has Moderation Rights
        • 2 Years
        5 months, 16 days ago

        Those elite managers eh 😉

    5. The Overthinker - I blame R…
      • 2 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      Thank you for consistently giving this to us.

      And a big Congratulations for your amazing season. Well done

      1. G-Whizz
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • Has Moderation Rights
        • 2 Years
        5 months, 15 days ago

        You're welcome mate! It's been an absolute pleasure 🙂

        Thanks for the congratulations it has been an incredible season for me and I'm still pinching myself now that it's true 😆

    6. Van La Parranormal
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 4 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      I strongly believe that Marc is an A.I. robot.

      1. G-Whizz
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • Has Moderation Rights
        • 2 Years
        5 months, 15 days ago

        Ah! That's his secret! 😆

    7. wulfranian
      • 3 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      cheers!

      1. G-Whizz
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • Has Moderation Rights
        • 2 Years
        5 months, 15 days ago

        You're welcome mate!

        Maybe do these again next season...

        1. wulfranian
          • 3 Years
          5 months, 15 days ago

          Always a pleasure.Appreciate your work so much!

          1. G-Whizz
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • Has Moderation Rights
            • 2 Years
            5 months, 14 days ago

            Thank you for your kind words, hope you've had success using them too 🙂

    8. RAFA THE GAFFA
      • 3 Years
      5 months, 15 days ago

      Nice work on the stats and your season mate. Thanks and GL for the last one 🙂

      1. G-Whizz
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • Has Moderation Rights
        • 2 Years
        5 months, 15 days ago

        Thanks Rafa! *Thumbs up*

        Good luck with yours too for the #TheFinalCurtain 🙂

  21. pingissimus
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    5 months, 16 days ago

    So both Spurs and Liverpool are experts at winning cups right?

    1. Roten Teufel
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      Teehee

    2. Game Over
      • 3 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      LOL

    3. Gnu Scott talent
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 10 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      He's as bad as that bottlejobby fella.

  22. Game Over
    • 3 Years
    5 months, 16 days ago

    Zambian FPL Addict about half an hour ago:

    "I just love watching English teams get knocked out of Europe"

    OOPS

    1. Flapjack ✅
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 7 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      He’s from north shields

      1. Game Over
        • 3 Years
        5 months, 16 days ago

        That's no excuse, but he has my sympathy.

  23. Lord - Blaming it on Rio
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 4 Years
    5 months, 16 days ago

    Can Arsenal complete a trio of shocks by defending a two goal lead on the road?

    1. Forever In Our Shadow
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      😀

  24. OldBenKenobi
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 2 Years
    5 months, 16 days ago

    All English Champions league and Europa league?

    1. Syd.
      • 10 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      Looks likely

    2. Wild Rover
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      I’d say so. Great advert for the league, everyone except people like Messi wanting an easy life will want to come here 😉

    3. Rainer
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      Never rely on Arsenal.

      1. Nomar
        • 9 Years
        5 months, 16 days ago

        This

    4. Forever In Our Shadow
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      Add to that England winning the nations league and it would be a clean sweep. Just saying. 😉

  25. Forever In Our Shadow
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 5 Years
    5 months, 16 days ago

    The last two nights matches in the champions league have reminded everyone around the world that the Premier League is the biggest, best most competitive league. Well done to both teams and good luck. Ps. Please don't rest anyone on Sunday 😉

    1. Gnu Scott talent
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 10 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      Now you're getting carried away with this blarney.

    2. Flapjack ✅
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 7 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      I mean you could argue that if so dominant they wouldn’t have both been 3 goals down ? 😉

      Been great fun however. From Kompanys goal right until tonight. What a week.

  26. The Royal Robin
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 4 Years
    5 months, 16 days ago

    Son & Camarasa > Fraser & Redmond (-4)

    Yay or nay?

    1. Forever In Our Shadow
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      Go for it. Seems reasonable.

  27. Nomar
    • 9 Years
    5 months, 16 days ago

    Never.
    Give.
    Up.

    This was exactly how Man Utd were under Sir Alex in Europe. Felt like I was watching them again last night.

    1. Forever In Our Shadow
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      They would do well to watch those matches over and over until it sinks in what they should be doing!

  28. Giggs-Tosun Particle
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 2 Years
    5 months, 16 days ago

    Well that's the best footballing comeback I've seen all day

    1. Nomar
      • 9 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      Best I've seen in at least 24 hours....

    2. FPL Pillars
      • 3 Years
      5 months, 16 days ago

      So true