Scout Notes

Chelsea’s Europa League exploits hand advantage to Vardy and Leicester

Wins for Chelsea and Arsenal on Thursday ensured that four Premier League clubs will have major European finals at the back of their minds in Gameweek 38.

We have examined the two matches to see if their exertions in the semi-finals of the Europa League and further commitments could potentially hand advantages to Leicester and Burnley respectively.

Also, the post-match press conferences for both clubs acted as the media commitments for those Gameweek 38 matches, so we have also included any pertinent information from those.

Chelsea 1-1 Eintracht Frankfurt (2-2 on aggregate, Chelsea win on penalties)

Goals: Ruben Loftus-Cheek (£5.2m)

Assists: Eden Hazard (£11.0m)

Owners of Jamie Vardy (£9.0m) will be pleased both by the fact that Chelsea were forced all the way to extra-time and penalties on Thursday night, as well as Maurizio Sarri’s comments after the game. After the physical exertion of 120 minutes and the emotion of the occasion, it is clear the Blues will not be as ready for Sunday as Brendan Rodgers’ fresh and rested Leicester side. Sarri himself admitted that his side was very tired will not have been able to recover 100% by the start of Gameweek 38. He also hinted that there could be rests for some key players, which would further play into the Foxes’ hands.

“We were not able to score the second goal in the first half and were in trouble in the first part of the second half. We did better after that and, in extra-time, we were really very tired. Also, the opponents were very tired. I think it was a wonderful match.” – Maurizio Sarri

“It’s not easy for an English team to arrive in the last month in a very good condition, physically, because here we play more than in the other countries. We played the match No61 today. In Italy you can play 50/52 matches, but it’s a big difference. 10 matches of difference is a big difference. Two and a half months without training, so a big difference.” – Maurizio Sarri

“For sure, it will be very difficult for Sunday, I think. But we need to consider that our best match, in my opinion, was here in Stamford Bridge against Tottenham, three days after 120 minutes in the cup final against Manchester City. Of course, now it’s more difficult, I think. We played 61 matches, so it’s very difficult. We need to rest, of course. It will be a very difficult match, physically but also mentally. Especially mentally. Physically we can recover. No 100%, but we can recover.” – Maurizio Sarri

It was fitting that Eden Hazard (£11.0m) scored the winning penalty for Chelsea with what could prove to be his final touch for the club at Stamford Bridge. Once again, he was involved in attacking returns in open play providing the assist for Ruben Loftus-Cheek‘s (£5.2m) first-half goal. However, we should remember, as we highlighted recently, that Belgian is without a goal on his travels in the Premier League. Let’s not also forget that he could be one of the players Sarri manages the minutes of considering the top-four is already secured for Chelsea and there is the Europa League final to look forward to.

Despite Loftus-Cheek’s impressive displays of late, following two goals and two assists in his last four domestic home matches with another Stamford Bridge strike on Thursday, he may not play a part in Gameweek 38. He was removed from the field in the closing stages of normal time with a muscle injury and unfortunately, Sarri did not provide much of an update after the game.

There was also a further boost for those looking at Vardy for Gameweek 38 as Andreas Christensen (£5.0m) was forced off in the 74th minute. With Antonio Rüdiger (£5.9m) ruled out for the rest of the season, Sarri will have limited options at centre-back and may have to make changes when he takes his Chelsea side to Leicester. Gary Cahill (£5.0m) could come in for one last start, although the solution Sarri used on Thursday night was the bring Davide Zappacosta (£5.0m) at right-back and slide Cesar Azpilicueta (£6.4m) into the centre-back role.

“We lost [Andreas] Christensen, we lost [Ruben] Loftus-Cheek. We started the match with three injuries, two injuries during the match. Not a serious problem [with Loftus-Cheek], he had the usual cramp after 75 minutes.” – Maurizio Sarri

It is worth saying though that Chelsea still defended admirably even after being forced into changes. Sarri admitted that he wanted to play a tighter game in the closing stages as he was confident his team would not get the next goal and did not want to leave Chelsea exposed to a good counter-attacking team by trying to push for it. With his team tired from Thursday night, the Italian could set up in a similar fashion given Leicester’s strengths on the counter. That period featured some impressive goal-line clearances from substitute Zappacosta and David Luiz (£5.8m).

“It was clear we were not able to score the second goal in the first half, the match was difficult. Also because, if you are not very, very compact on the pitch, they are dangerous. In an open match, they become really very dangerous. Or you are able to take control of the match for 90 minutes, to stay high and play in the opposing half, otherwise they are very, very dangerous.” – Maurizio Sarri

Perhaps the only other concern for Vardy owners, even if he does have a formidable record at home of late, will be penalties. The Englishman has missed only one spot-kick this season but on Sunday will be facing a man who got plenty of practice under pressure on Thursday in Kepa Arrizabalaga (£5.4m). The Chelsea goalkeeper was one of the heroes of the shoot-out as he saved two of Frankfurts’ penalties, from Martin Hinteregger and Goncalo Paciencia.

Chelsea XI (4-3-3): Kepa; Emerson, D Luiz, Christensen (Zappacosta 74′), Azpilicueta; Loftus-Cheek (Barkley 86′), Jorginho, Kovacic; Hazard, Giroud (Higuaín 96′), Willian (Pedro 62′).

Valencia 2-4 Arsenal (3-7 on aggregate)

Goals: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang x3 (£10.8m), Alexandre Lacazette (£9.4m)

Assists: Lacazette, Lucas Torreira (£4.7m), Ainsley Maitland-Niles (£4.4m), Henrikh Mkhitaryan (£6.6m)

Predicting Unai Emery’s team for the Gameweek 38 trip to Burnley should prove to be harder than ever after their Europa League exploits on Thursday night. Despite travelling to Valencia with a 3-1 aggregate lead, Unai Emery deployed the strongest team possible, including a front-pairing of both Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (£10.8m) and Alexandre Lacazette (£9.4m).

The two have started the last two league games in a row alongside each other, despite Emery balancing domestic competitions with the Europa League so in that sense, both of them could line-up at Turf Moor on Sunday. However, with top four an extremely unlikely target for Arsenal now, winning the Europa League is the only realistic route into the Champions League for 2019/20, as well as a real possibility to win a trophy. For that reason, it would not be too surprising if several key players were rested or had their minutes managed in a game which is effectively a dead rubber. The Europa League final is admittedly 19 days away but given the short turnaround between the trips to Spain and Lancashire, Emery may want to avoid any unnecessary injuries as a result of over-exertion.

“We have two possibilities to qualify. One we lost. The second is the Europa League here. Our objective is to go to the Champions League but also it is one title. I think matches like today with this atmosphere are amazing. Every player, every club wants to play in it.” – Unai Emery

“We lost the chance to be in the top four on Sunday. We know it was going to be difficult but we took the possibility. We were strong in our minds to prepare, in our focus and to work hard. We can be proud of the players. our supporters here today with us. It’s not finished yet. It’s one step more to play the final. We are happy but also it’s continuing to be difficult to win.” – Unai Emery

Despite producing some fairly abject performances on the road in the Premier League this season, Arsenal may take heart for 2019/20 from securing this result at the home of Valencia. On Thursday night, the Spanish side lost for only the second time in 22 matches in front of their own supports (won 15, drawn five) and conceded four goals there for the first and only time this season. Replicating displays like this one would certainly help Arsenal improve on their away record during this Premier League campaign, which has so far seen more defeats than wins and a negative goal difference.

“Not one team has scored four against Valencia and only one time Atletico Madrid scored three goals and we did that last week. Valencia are a very good team. A very difficult team and we showed in these moments we can do that.” – Unai Emery

Part of Arsenal’s control of the fixture stemmed from one of the best link-ups between Aubameyang and Lacazette all season. The Gabonese international netted a hat-trick, while the Frenchman got a goal of his own as well as an assist. It is nights like this that suggest that the two strikers are now displaying an understanding that warrants starting both of them regularly in the Premier League in 2019/20.

“Yes, they are very good strikers. I am proud of them, how they work defensively. We need big players today. When their commitment is like today, defensively also working to help us it’s amazing. And after their attacking moments was coming. I think all our players did perfect.” – Unai Emery

“We have talked a lot about our relationship and it is a pleasure to play with him, above all when you win games like this.” – Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Arsenal conceded twice but to some extent there was no shame in the goals they allowed. It should come as no surprise that Kevin Gameiro got them both as he has been in incredible form at the Mestalla Stadium in the Europa League this season, finishing the campaign with 11 goals in 12 starts there in that competition.

After letting in the second, Arsenal began to control the game and manage their hosts with the maturity that we have seen with increasing regularity in European competitions under Emery this season. Right wing-back Ainsley Maitland-Niles (£4.4m), who also got an assist for one of Aubameyang’s goals, had Goncalo Guedes under wraps for most of the evening before the Portuguese winger was eventually substituted. In the end, Valencia had double the shots that Arsenal did but fewer on target.

Arsenal XI (3-4-1-2): Cech; Monreal, Koscielny, Sokratis; Kolasinac (Mustafi 71′), Xhaka, Torreira (Guendouzi 80′), Maitland-Niles; Özil (Mkhitaryan 62′); Lacazette, Aubameyang.

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1,164 Comments Post a Comment
  1. LOLarov
    • 9 Years
    1 month, 7 days ago

    Stat -

    All 4 English teams in the European finals have lost to wolves this season.

    1. conorbon
      • 5 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      Wolves have lost to Huddersfield twice

      1. Dakes.
        • 2 Years
        1 month, 7 days ago

        There’s also this outlier haha

    2. TheDragon
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 7 days ago

      Liverpool will get to lose to them again on Sunday

      1. liverpool01
        1 month, 7 days ago

        lol

      2. Old Man
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 7 Years
        1 month, 7 days ago

        Nah - I doubt it!

    3. Warby84
      • 3 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      Liverpool played a weakened team, but battered them at Molineux

  2. trustmeimpurple
    • 4 Years
    1 month, 7 days ago

    Please help !
    I’m chasing 17 points in my cash ML. Just don’t know what transfers to make.
    I have 2FT 0ITB
    Ryan
    Robbo,Valery,Lap(Duffy,Doherty)
    Sterling,Mane,Jota,Redmond(Son)
    Aguero,Jiminiez, Gray

    He has
    Ryan
    Robbo,TAA,Bennet(Bednarek)
    Mane, Fraser,Pog,Sterling(Deu)
    Jiminiez, Aguero, Rashford

    1. conorbon
      • 5 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      Jiminez and Son to Wilson and Siggy

    2. Arnauto
      • 9 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      I'd get Salah in, so something like Son, Kun > Salah, Vardy/Zaha

      1. Ready Player One
        1 month, 7 days ago

        This!

    3. Hungry Singh
      • 6 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      Jimenez Son to JWP Vardy

    4. timmmuh
      • 3 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      what about Son/Jiminez to Fraser/Vardy? I think Bournemouth are going to score quite a bit and now like Vardy at home v tired Chelsea.

    5. Warby84
      • 3 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      Jimi to Wilson

  3. Arnauto
    • 9 Years
    1 month, 7 days ago

    Foster (Lloris)
    Robertson Valery Laporte (Dunk Yoshida)
    Sterling Mane Eriksen Jota (Son)
    Wilson Vardy Jimenez 0.5 2FT

    Many options, what do you think is best?

    A. Son, Jimenez > Bilva, Rashford (bench Jota)
    B. Son, Eriksen > Salah, Arthur (bench Jota)
    C. Dunk, Son > TAA, Siggy (bench Jota, Jimenez)
    D. Son, Jimenez > Hojberg, Aguero (bench Jota)

    1. Dakes.
      • 2 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      Depends whether you’re more fearful/expectant of a Salah or Aguero haul!

    2. Ready Player One
      1 month, 7 days ago

      Aguero will score, but Salah more likely to haul!

      B. but with Hojbjerg

  4. The Mighty Whites
    • 4 Years
    1 month, 7 days ago

    A - Babel
    B - Fraser
    C - Bernando Silva
    D - Other

    to replace Son

    1. Dakes.
      • 2 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      Between B and C currently, see below. BSilva was my initial thinking but form not great

      1. Pompel
        • 5 Years
        1 month, 7 days ago

        Bilva looking good stats wise though

    2. Arnauto
      • 9 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      Bilva for me, but all three could be good

    3. conorbon
      • 5 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      C

  5. Dakes.
    • 2 Years
    1 month, 7 days ago

    Hello lads. With 1FT and 0 ITB, what would you say is the best course of action here? Chasing a sizeable 32pt gap that I probably won’t catch but will try (his differentials to me are currently Zaha Salah TAA Jota to my Vardy Mane Robbo Pogba).

    Lloris (speroni)
    Laporte Robbo* Bednarek (doherty kelly)
    Mane(c) Hazard Pogba Son** (højbjerg)
    Aguero Vardy Jiménez

    Thinking possibly Doherty Son to TAA BSilva/Fraser (-4)???

    Would then have Bednarek first sub if Robbo no show.

    (Both have Hazard so probably not worth ditching for another hit?)

    1. conorbon
      • 5 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      Son to B Silva should be enough

      1. Dakes.
        • 2 Years
        1 month, 7 days ago

        You reckon? BSilva didn’t even get a mention in the FPL Questions Son replacement answer :/ while Fraser did?

        Not good to “cover” TAA as well?

  6. Garlana
    • 4 Years
    1 month, 7 days ago

    Any news on yoshida? Likely to play?

  7. jomikijiq
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 3 Years
    1 month, 7 days ago

    Pick one

    A) Alli (have Moura)
    B) Redmond
    C) Ings/Long
    D) Mata (have Pogba)
    E) Origi

    1. TheDragon
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 7 days ago

      B

      Definitely not A!

    2. conorbon
      • 5 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      E if you are chasing, B if you are leading.

  8. Tmel
    • 8 Years
    1 month, 7 days ago

    Was JWP dropped last week or was there a reason he missed out? Is he likely to start on Sunday?

    1. Dakes.
      • 2 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      Rest/rotation, should play

  9. Tshelby
    • 4 Years
    1 month, 7 days ago

    Hey guys!
    Time for the endgame hit?

    Son/Jimenez/Kola -> Redmond/Vardy/Laporte?

    Y/N?

    1. conorbon
      • 5 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      Yes all day long

    2. TONY123
      • 3 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      Looks great

  10. SuperDan
    • 3 Years
    1 month, 7 days ago

    Which is the best option?
    A) Son, Pogba > Sterling, Babel
    B) Son, Jiminez > Bilva, Wilson
    C) Jiminez, Son, Hoijberg > Long, Sterling, 4.0 (-4)

    1. conorbon
      • 5 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      B

    2. lucky luciano
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      B

  11. TONY123
    • 3 Years
    1 month, 7 days ago

    What would you rather have?
    A) Arnie + Robbo
    B) Vardy + TAA -4

    1. conorbon
      • 5 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      B

    2. lucky luciano
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      B

    3. Tshelby
      • 4 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      B

  12. AC Yew
    1 month, 7 days ago

    Play Gunn or Ryan?

    1. lucky luciano
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      Gunn

    2. SuperDan
      • 3 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      Gunb

  13. lucky luciano
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 2 Years
    1 month, 7 days ago

    Any help would be appreciated...

    a) Mane + Jimenez ---> Siggy + Vardy (-4)

    b) Jota + Jimenez ---> Redmond + Rashford / Wilson (-4)

    c) Jota ---> Fraser (FT)

    Team:
    Gunn
    Laporte / TAA / Bednarek
    Mane / Sterling / Salah / Jota / Babel
    Aguero / Jimi

    Subs: Ryan / Gray / Doherty / Duffy

    1. TONY123
      • 3 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      C, maybe consider Redmond instead of Fraser

      1. lucky luciano
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 2 Years
        1 month, 7 days ago

        cheers

    2. AC Yew
      1 month, 7 days ago

      Definitely not A. Mane in form and at home!
      C if must as not keen on losing 2 wolves attackers. Team is fine dont think -4 required.

      Can you do Jimi - Vardy as FT?

      1. lucky luciano
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 2 Years
        1 month, 7 days ago

        Unfortunately no, O in the bank - so you think that Wolves attack is going to do well against Liverpool defence ?

        The idea behind a) was to have options in other fixtures as well, really don't know what to expect from Liv vs Wol fixture

        1. AC Yew
          1 month, 6 days ago

          Wolves may well get one past Liverpool just hard to know who Not a bad shout playing one. I've got both and will most likely play both as cant decide on whom to bench. Think 3 pool is the way to go. If Salah not 100% Mane can cover. Good luck!

  14. Anathallo
    • 9 Years
    1 month, 7 days ago

    Anyone else considering a punt on Sane this weekend?

    1. kennethrhcp
      • 8 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      see below 🙂 it's a thought in numerous thoughts

    2. Dakes.
      • 2 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      I was tbh. Will probably go BSilva/Fraser even instead though. Not nailed

    3. #FPLBhuna
      • 2 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      I' strongly suggest against sane this week chaps

      As you may know, I've always been a big fan of sane, but Pep really hasn't been impressed with him lately, especially in his recent cameo against Leicester.

      I've also heard he wasn't impressed with him in training this week, personally I'd avoid.

      I cant see beyond a sterling -kun - bilva front 3 this weekend.

      1. Anathallo
        • 9 Years
        1 month, 7 days ago

        Source for Pep lack of happiness with his training?

        My thinking is that one of Foden (poor last game too), Mahrez (seemingly out of favour) or Sane has to start.

        Perhaps I'm a glutton for punishment but the potential upside is just so tasty...

    4. The_Fish
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 7 days ago

      I was tempted, gone for Laporte instead. Safer.

    5. Bubz
      • 5 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      Why? Doubt he will play

      1. Anathallo
        • 9 Years
        1 month, 7 days ago

        Will get some minutes against a woeful Brighton side. I'd be backing him for double figures if he starts...

    6. AC Yew
      1 month, 7 days ago

      Consider Bilva instead?

  15. kennethrhcp
    • 8 Years
    1 month, 7 days ago

    worth keeping Robertson with Duffy 1st defensive sub?

    A: Son & Robertson to Sterling & Bednarek (-4)
    B: Son to Sane
    C: Son to Bilva
    D: Son to Pogba

    1. Anathallo
      • 9 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      Sane feels like high ceiling, but we could also get punished.

      Based on my slightly crappy season I feel like it's worth a go, as I'd rather try and push as high as possible with the possibility of dropping lower too! I wouldn't take a hit this week if I were you though.

      I'll probably go Bilva if not Sane, as already have two United.

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

    Team GW 38 with Bench Boost.

    GTG or a hit for Robertson to VVD?

    Lloris
    TAA Digne Laporte Robertson*
    Mane Hazard Fraser
    Vardy Aguero Zaha

    BB: Foster Babel/Redmond Valery JWP

    1. TONY123
      • 3 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      No certainly not for a hit, gtg

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

        Thx

  17. #FPLBhuna
    • 2 Years
    1 month, 7 days ago

    anyone considering moura?

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

    Anybody else taken a punt on Mason Greenwood?

    1. Jᴀʀᴠish
      • 4 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      Only those that have never seen him play

      1. Rash
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 2 Years
        1 month, 7 days ago

        Well I have seen him play and hes in my starting 11.

        1. Jᴀʀᴠish
          • 4 Years
          1 month, 7 days ago

          Good luck 🙂

    2. TheDragon
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 7 days ago

      That’s not a punt that’s a Hail Mary

  19. BoomBoomShacktheroom
    • 7 Years
    1 month, 7 days ago

    What to do? 0 FT and 0.8 in the bank.

    A) Play martial (hope he plays) - if he doesn't Kiko back up
    B) Take a hit. Martial/Son out for Redmond/Pogba/Maddison/Tielemans?

    Lloris
    TAA VVD Bednarek
    Mane Bilva Jota Martial
    Wilson Vardy Aguero

    Gunn; Kiko, Boly, Son

  20. stupendous
    • 6 Years
    1 month, 7 days ago

    Feels so wrong having Jota and Jimmy on my bench and 2 Saints defenders and JWP playing

    1. Bubz
      • 5 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      I wouldn't bench them for Saints defenders

      1. stupendous
        • 6 Years
        1 month, 7 days ago

        Lloris
        TAA Robbo Bednarek Valery Laporte
        Babel Salah Bilva JWP
        Aguero

        Foster Jota Jimmy Gray

        1. Bubz
          • 5 Years
          1 month, 7 days ago

          I know Hudds are bad but I'd expect more points from J+J than 2 Saints defs. One slip up at the back and you're getting blanks, at least J+J have all game to score some points

          1. stupendous
            • 6 Years
            1 month, 7 days ago

            It's Liverpool away who are going for the title and at their fortress in the league

            WITH Taa and Robbo

            1. Bubz
              • 5 Years
              1 month, 7 days ago

              True the TAA and Robbo bit does make it annoying to play those guys!

    2. TRASH BOAT
      • 5 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      I suspect one is Valery who I'm benching for J and J. I'm concerned he won't start...

      1. stupendous
        • 6 Years
        1 month, 7 days ago

        Yep see above

    3. AC Yew
      1 month, 7 days ago

      Might play them both as will probably end up benching wrong one!

  21. wander
    • 3 Years
    1 month, 7 days ago

    Nothing on Yoshida ?

  22. The_Fish
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 1 Year
    1 month, 7 days ago

    7 11 2 6 9 9 12 - If that was Sterling or Aguero with those returns you'd definitely be wanting to captain them this week.

    Captain Laporte... I'm doing it.

    1. TRASH BOAT
      • 5 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      After Duffy never again on a defender...

  23. Swanremainsthesame
    • 3 Years
    1 month, 7 days ago

    Doucore,Jota,Mane,Sterling,SON* (8.7sp)
    Aguero,Murray,FIRMINHO* (9.3sp)
    1FT 0.6itb

    1/ -4 hit Firm+Son -> Salah(c)+Long, bench Doucoure
    2/ no hit, play Doucoure
    a Firminho -> Wilson
    b Firminho -> Vardy
    c Firminho -> Arnautovich
    d Son -> Fraser
    f Son -> Bsilva
    g Son -> Moura

    ???????

    1. The_Fish
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 7 days ago

      1

  24. Daghe Munegu
    • 2 Years
    1 month, 7 days ago

    Bottomed sorry to repost

    What would you guys do with 1 ft 0.2 itb? I don't mind taking a hit

    Lloris
    TAA Shaw Valery
    Salah Sterling jwp Jota
    Kun Jimenez Gray

    Foster Doherty Son* Dunk

  25. trustmeimpurple
    • 4 Years
    1 month, 7 days ago

    Does Sterling + Son > Salah(C) + Moura sound crazy for a 14 point chase?

    1. TONY123
      • 3 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      Not really, Sterling hasn't proved much in the past few weeks and I can see the BHA game being a nervous, low-scoring affair

      1. Benteke Fried Chicken
        1 month, 7 days ago

        i think selling sterling for -4 is crazy. Moura may not start, and as after the hatrick agains huddersfield proves, he doesnt always haul after a hatty!

        Overall, i wouldn't.

        1. TONY123
          • 3 Years
          1 month, 7 days ago

          He didn't say it was for a hit? Also I can't see Moura being rested as Spurs don't really have any alternatives. Captain Salah alone is worth it imo, if it doesn't involve a -4!

          1. Benteke Fried Chicken
            1 month, 6 days ago

            You’re right, my apologies. Not expecting much from Moura this week, but salah captain yes.

  26. rnrd
    • 4 Years
    1 month, 7 days ago

    Son --> Moura and Boly --> Laporte sounds ok for you guys?

    1. TONY123
      • 3 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      Yes

  27. avfc82
    • 9 Years
    1 month, 7 days ago

    Son lost his appeal for sending off at Bournemouth & will serve first of 3-match ban vs Everton, along with Foyth. Vertonghen (ankle) definitely out too, while Wanyama (thigh) & Rose (hammy) to be assessed after picking up injuries vs Ajax. Aurier & Lamela fit.

    via Evening Standard.

  28. #FPLBhuna
    • 2 Years
    1 month, 7 days ago

    who scores more

    a) ings (if he even starts)
    b) moura (-4)

    1. The_Fish
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 7 days ago

      A. Spurs are rubbish after the CL.

  29. The_Fish
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 1 Year
    1 month, 7 days ago

    Jimmy to Rashford for a -4?

  30. avfc82
    • 9 Years
    1 month, 7 days ago

    Interesting...

    Tottenham have agreed personal terms with Andre Gomes over a transfer this summer worth in the region of €30m. Barça just waiting for the official offer but they *will* accept it.

    1. TONY123
      • 3 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      But he's garbage?

      1. avfc82
        • 9 Years
        1 month, 7 days ago

        There are better options out there aren't there.