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Fixtures

Which teams have the best and worst upcoming fixtures?

Our first “frisk” of the Premier League fixture list since pre-season is here ahead of Gameweek 3.

In this semi-regular feature, we assess the top-flight clubs with the strongest and weakest runs of league matches over the coming weeks and offer our thoughts on the stand-out Fantasy assets where appropriate.

Although our primary focus will be on a six-Gameweek lookahead, we will scrutinise the long-term fixtures beyond that point where relevant.

The Strong

Manchester City

Next six: bou | BHA | nor | WAT | eve | WOL
And then: cry | AVL | SOU

As if we needed any more incentive to invest in the league champions’ Fantasy assets, Manchester City are the only club not to face a ‘big six’ side in the next half-dozen Gameweeks.

The favourable run actually goes on beyond this point, with the Gameweek 12 trip to Anfield bringing to an end their appealing sequence of matches – although many of us will consider City players fixture-proof anyway.

Only two of the sides Pep Guardiola’s troops face in the next nine Gameweeks finished in the top half of the Premier League last season.

The Citizens meet newly promoted Norwich City and Aston Villa between now and the beginning of November.

In the corresponding fixtures against Bournemouth, Brighton, Watford, Everton, Wolves, Crystal Palace and Southampton last season, City won all seven and scored 20 goals in doing so, conceding just three at the other end.

Raheem Sterling (£12.2m) banked 16 attacking returns (half of his total number) against these clubs home and away in 2018/19.

Sergio Aguero (£12.0m), by contrast, only recorded four goals and three assists in these fixtures.

Three of City’s next four opponents have yet to keep a clean sheet this season.

West Ham United

Next six: wat | NOR | avl | MUN | bou | CRY
And then: eve | SHU | NEW | bur

As it did last season, West Ham’s defence is giving us cause for concern heading into one of the best fixture runs in the division.

The Hammers kept just seven clean sheets in 2018/19 (only relegated Fulham and Huddersfield registered fewer) and were in the bottom five for attempts on goal, shots in the box and big chances conceded.

While Manchester City can humiliate any team in the division (as happened to the Hammers in Gameweek 1), Brighton’s dominance at the Amex last weekend and West Ham’s defensive fragility in pre-season suggests that not a lot has changed at the back.

Going forward there is more optimism, with the likes of Manuel Lanzini (£6.5m) and Sebastien Haller (£7.4m) having looked promising in the summer – even if we are yet to see the Hammers’ attacking assets fully click into gear in a competitive match.

Pre-empting a run of form is what Fantasy management is all about, of course, and West Ham’s next three matches in particular look perfect from an attacking perspective.

Watford, Norwich and Aston Villa have yet to keep a single clean sheet between them in 2019/20 and have shipped a combined 14 goals in their six league matches to date.

Norwich and Villa have already allowed 70 shots between them this campaign, with neither club having come up from the Championship with a particularly strong defensive record (even if there was a late-season improvement in Villa’s case).

Watford have conceded more big chances than any Premier League team this calendar year, meanwhile, and are without a league clean sheet in over six months.

West Ham won the corresponding fixture 4-1 on the final day of 2018/19.

The Canaries haven’t kept a clean sheet in eight competitive matches, meanwhile.

Looking further ahead, the Hammers meet only one ‘big six’ side – Manchester United – between now and Gameweek 12 and look set to be a recurring entry into these articles over the next two months.

Everton

Next six: avl | WOL | bou | SHU | MCI | bur
And then: WHU | bha

Everton were perhaps handed the best opening run of games in the division when the fixtures were released in June.

Aside from two matches against Manchester City and Spurs, Everton’s ticker is a sea of blue right up until Gameweek 15 – when Marco Silva’s side subsequently take on Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal.

No other Premier League side has fewer meetings with last season’s top six (two) in the next dozen Gameweeks, which takes us up to the end of November.

Even the visit of Manchester City and Spurs may not be too much of a deterrent, with Everton having kept four clean sheets in home matches against the ‘big six’ last season.

The visit of Wolves, meanwhile, will follow immediately after Nuno Espirito Santo’s side have played the second leg of their UEFA Europa League play-off game against Torino.

The Toffees are the only club to have kept clean sheets in both of their 2019/20 matches so far and now have ten shut-outs in their last 13 league fixtures.

Goals haven’t been flowing at the other end ever since pre-season started but it might be worth keeping tabs on Moise Kean (£6.9m) as he is gradually introduced into the first-team set-up – the striker has looked sharp in cameo substitute appearances and may prove to be more of a goal threat than the limited Dominic Calvert-Lewin (£6.0m).

Aston Villa

Next six: EVE | cry | WHU | ars | BUR | nor
And then: BHA

With Villa conceding chances at an alarming rate and ongoing doubts over whether Wesley (£6.0m) can be an effective goal-getter up front, the Villans’ budget midfielders look the most enticing options for their forthcoming run of games.

Villa sit second in our Season Ticker from now until Gameweek 9 and are actually top for ‘attack’ over this period.

Fixtures against West Ham and Norwich are obvious draws for reasons mentioned above but even the trip to Arsenal, a daunting test on paper and Villa’s one meeting with a ‘big six’ club in the next two months, could prove fruitful from an attacking perspective: only four clubs have allowed more efforts on goal than the Gunners in 2019/20.

Everton and Palace’s struggle for goals will perhaps give hope to owners of Tom Heaton (£4.5m) et al, too, with Villa still awaiting their first clean sheet of 2019/20.

Tottenham Hotspur

Next six: NEW |ars | CRY | lei | SOU | bha
And then: WAT

Spurs’ fixture run is a rollercoaster ride over the coming months.

Their next seven home fixtures are all against sides who finished in the bottom half of the Premier League or were in the Championship last season.

The Lilywhites thus sit top of our Season Ticker for home fixtures between now and Gameweek 16.

Analysing away matches in the same period and Mauricio Pochettino’s side languish towards the bottom of our Season Ticker, with meetings against six of last year’s top ten plus a trip to a Brighton side that have impressed so far in 2019/20.

Matches at Arsenal and Leicester perhaps look off-putting but those two teams haven’t looked watertight at the back so far, with the Foxes being ripped apart by Chelsea in the first half at Stamford Bridge last weekend and riding their luck slightly against Wolves in Gameweek 1.

Only seven teams kept fewer clean sheets than Arsenal last season, meanwhile.

No FPL asset banked more attacking returns on the road than Harry Kane (£11.0m) in 2018/19, either.

At the other end of the pitch, Spurs could start to amass shut-outs of their own at home: Newcastle, Palace, Southampton and Watford have scored just two goals between them this season, one of which was gifted by Adrian (£4.5m).

Manchester United

Next six: CRY | sou | LEI | whu | ARS | new

United – who have conceded the joint-fewest number of big chances this season – also face Palace, Southampton and Newcastle in their next six games, giving the Red Devils the chance to build on their clean sheet against Chelsea.

Home matches against the Gunners and Liverpool in Gameweeks 7 and 9 are United’s only encounters with ‘big six’ clubs between now and December.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side actually sit top of our Season Ticker for ‘attack’ between now and Gameweek 14.

Also Consider

Chelsea (nor | SHU | wol | LIV | BHA | sou) are riding high in our Season Ticker but fixtures against Wolves and Liverpool immediately after the international break slightly dent their appeal – even if the Reds aren’t as watertight as they were in 2018/19.

The Blues themselves are fairly porous at the back and interest in their Fantasy assets may instead be focused on the likes of Mason Mount (£6.1m) and other forward-thinking players.

Certainly, Saturday’s match at Carrow Road could be a goal-fest based on the evidence we have seen from both clubs so far – Daniel Farke and Frank Lampard evidently favouring attack as the best form of defence.

Home matches against Sheffield United and Brighton also leap from the page but those two clubs have impressed in the opening two Gameweeks, conceding just two goals between them.

Only Manchester United and Wolves have allowed fewer big chances than Chris Wilder and Graham Potter’s troops, although a trip to Stamford Bridge will pose a real test of their defensive solidity.

Chelsea will feature more prominently in this article from the end of September onwards: the Blues face only Manchester City of the ‘big six’ between Gameweeks 7 to 15.

Burnley have a very favourable run from Gameweek 5 onwards but we will put the Clarets on ice for now, given that they face a double-header against Wolves and Liverpool before the fixture turn.

We will cover Sean Dyche’s side in detail in our next ‘frisk’ in the international break.

The Weak

Newcastle United

Next six: tot | WAT | liv | BHA | lei | MUN
And then: che

Fantasy managers will likely be giving Newcastle United a wide berth for the foreseeable future and not just because of their fixture run.

The Magpies may well struggle for goals this year (only two big chances created so far) and the defensive solidity of last season looks to be missing: 19 of the 23 shots they have faced this season were from inside their box.

To compound matters, Steve Bruce’s side sit bottom of our Season Ticker for the next six Gameweeks and beyond.

Having already faced Arsenal on the opening weekend, Newcastle face four other ‘big six’ clubs between now and Gameweek 9.

Leicester City also host the Magpies in this period.

Arsenal

Next six: liv | TOT | wat | AVL | mun | BOU

The lure of Dani Ceballos (£5.6m) is strong after his impressive debut showing against Burnley but there will be plenty of Fantasy managers biding their time on the budget midfielder given that the Gunners face Liverpool, Spurs and Manchester United in the next five Gameweeks.

Saying that, the Gunners scored seven goals in the three corresponding fixtures against those ‘big six’ clubs in 2018/19 and put five past Bournemouth at the Emirates.

No FPL forward score more goals (six) than Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (£11.0m) in games against Liverpool, Spurs, Watford, Manchester United and Bournemouth last season (both home and away).

Leicester City

Next six: shu | BOU | mun | TOT | NEW | liv

Fantasy managers may be getting slightly twitchy about their Leicester assets after the first two Gameweeks, with some tricky matches on the horizon.

There are appealing home fixtures against Bournemouth and Newcastle within this run, although Sheffield United have impressed from a defensive perspective so far (16 clean sheets in their last 24 league games) and a trip to Bramall Lane is perhaps not as easy as it looks on paper.

It should be noted, of course, that 31 of Jamie Vardy‘s (£8.9m) 80 Premier League goals have come against ‘big six’ teams.

The schedule eases considerably after the trip to Anfield, with the Foxes only facing one ‘big six’ club from Gameweeks 9 to 17.

Also Consider

Southampton‘s (bha | MUN | shu | BOU | tot | CHE) next four fixtures don’t look too bad but their schedule worsens considerably thereafter, with the Saints facing seven teams that finished in the top half last season from Gameweeks 7-13.

Brighton and Hove Albion (SOU | mci | BUR | new | che | TOT) have a similar mixed run to Southampton, with three of the next four games appealing before encounters with Spurs and Chelsea.

John Lundstram (£4.1m) might be back on our benches soon, meanwhile, with five of Sheffield United‘s next seven fixtures (LEI | che | SOU | eve | LIV | wat | ARS) against teams that finished in the top half in 2018/19.

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  1. AsdcavirPT
    • 3 Years
    29 days, 31 mins ago

    Best £6.5 striker?

    1. zizoo10
      • 3 Years
      29 days, 31 mins ago

      jota

    2. Valar(Keith)
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 10 Years
      29 days, 28 mins ago

      Jota probably the only one left at 6.5 tbh. Pukki, Barnes and soon kean for a little more though

      1. AsdcavirPT
        • 3 Years
        29 days, 18 mins ago

        Going Jota allows me to have KDB, Martial and Maguire.... That's why I need a 6.5 striker

    3. Miguel Sanchez
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      29 days, 25 mins ago

      Agree on Jota but European games won't help a player who has a history of getting hooked early

  2. Mr. Grv
    • 4 Years
    29 days, 29 mins ago

    Sterling or Kane as a captain ?

    1. cravencottage
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      29 days, 27 mins ago

      Sterling

    2. Miguel Sanchez
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      29 days, 26 mins ago

      Kane

      1. Mr. Grv
        • 4 Years
        29 days, 23 mins ago

        Do you feel confident after last weeks performance ?

        1. Miguel Sanchez
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 3 Years
          29 days, 21 mins ago

          Yes, after last weeks performance (by Newcastle)

    3. Kim Jong Kün
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 6 Years
      29 days, 26 mins ago

      I'm going Kane this week.

      1. Mr. Grv
        • 4 Years
        29 days, 22 mins ago

        How do you see last weeks performance ?

        1. Kim Jong Kün
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 6 Years
          29 days, 21 mins ago

          Kane's? Not good and he seemed to be out wide a lot. But Son is back and my opinion is that he will start, which will allow Kane to be more central and also open up more chances for him, against a pretty poor opponent. If he can't haul in this one I might drop him altogether.

          1. Mr. Grv
            • 4 Years
            29 days, 16 mins ago

            Tempting with those mid priced strikers

  3. FOO FIGHTER
    29 days, 29 mins ago

    Luiz and Monrael should both play vs LFC?

    1. Holmes (specialist in failu…
      • 5 Years
      29 days, 27 mins ago

      Good chance

      1. FOO FIGHTER
        29 days, 26 mins ago

        I reckon Mane, Salah and Bobby will all be hauling this weekend.

  4. Heavy Data
    • 3 Years
    29 days, 28 mins ago

    I would very much appreciate your thoughts on this heavy attacking team.

    Pope
    Dinge. Lund. Montoya
    Mane. Sterling. Kdb. Trossard. Martial.
    Kane. Pukki

    Mcgovern. Kelly. Greenwood. Simpson

    1. Greenbackbøøg…
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      29 days, 27 mins ago

      Jeez and I thought my defence would be too weak, which is the same as yours with VVD instead of Simpson

      1. Greenbackbøøg…
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 5 Years
        29 days, 26 mins ago

        As long as you're very confident in not needing your bench.. at all basically I really like it

    2. cravencottage
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      29 days, 26 mins ago

      You cant go with that back line. Kelly is probably finished as a starter, and Lund/Montoya will be 2 pts most weeks. You need a City/Pool defender

    3. Mr. Grv
      • 4 Years
      29 days, 25 mins ago

      Lund isnt nailed on

  5. Kim Jong Kün
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 6 Years
    29 days, 28 mins ago

    One of AWB, Coleman, Zincheko
    + Martial

    to 4.2 D like Kelly
    + Mane

    Thoughts?

  6. Salt'N'Pepe
    • 4 Years
    29 days, 26 mins ago

    Already made my moves for this GW, but going forward what moves would make to this team?

    Ryan
    Coleman Lundstram VanDijk
    Salah Perez KDB Sterling Cantwell
    Wesley Kane

    Button Ake Greenwood Kelly

    1. cravencottage
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      29 days, 25 mins ago

      GTG for this week.

      1. Salt'N'Pepe
        • 4 Years
        29 days, 24 mins ago

        Any suggestions for GW4

        1. Brosstan
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 5 Years
          29 days, 18 mins ago

          There's enough useless questions here about this week and you want to focus on next week before a ball has been kicked?...

    2. Hint
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      29 days, 5 mins ago

      Perez + Wesley > McGinn + Pukki/Barnes/Kean

  7. _Ninja_
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 9 Years
    29 days, 26 mins ago

    Who scores more over the season?

    A. Rashford Martial
    B. Mane with Lund/montoya rotating

    Cheers

    1. Greenbackbøøg…
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      29 days, 24 mins ago

      A

    2. Miguel Sanchez
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      29 days, 23 mins ago

      A

    3. Mingo
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      29 days, 23 mins ago

      A probably.

    4. Mr. Grv
      • 4 Years
      29 days, 22 mins ago

      A

    5. Mingo
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      29 days, 21 mins ago

      Have a look at the seasons projections in the members section.

  8. Bubz
    • 6 Years
    29 days, 24 mins ago

    Who is the better defender from this GW onwards?

    A. AWB
    B. Zinchecko

    1. Salt'N'Pepe
      • 4 Years
      29 days, 24 mins ago

      A- FOR NAILDNESS

    2. FOO FIGHTER
      29 days, 23 mins ago

      Probably A because he is nailed.

    3. Kevin de Blanke
      • 3 Years
      29 days, 22 mins ago

      Imo it's Zinchenko until he's out

      AWB is a bps magnet, but I still feel Man U is a slight mess overall

      1. FOO FIGHTER
        29 days, 17 mins ago

        I am not to fond of their assets either. We all saw what happened last season when Ole's tactics were found out.

        They probably will be better off at the back this season though.

    4. cravencottage
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      29 days, 16 mins ago

      B- until he is out of the starting line up

  9. Lanley Staurel
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 9 Years
    29 days, 24 mins ago

    Can anyone recall that chap who would email you a load of GW stats straight after the nee GW started and ended.....things like captaincy, wildcards played, ownership of players in top 10k etc. Really useful. Dont seem to get them anymore.

    1. Holmes (specialist in failu…
      • 5 Years
      29 days, 23 mins ago

      FPL discovery?

      1. Lanley Staurel
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 9 Years
        28 days, 23 hours ago

        Thats the chap. Looking at his site seems like he isnt doing it this season 🙁

  10. Mr. Grv
    • 4 Years
    29 days, 24 mins ago

    Play one of -
    Lund-LEI
    Greeenwood-CRY
    Cantwell- Che

    1. Miguel Sanchez
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      29 days, 23 mins ago

      Lund

    2. Greenbackbøøg…
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      29 days, 22 mins ago

      Greenwood

    3. H-Over United
      • 3 Years
      29 days, 22 mins ago

      Lund or Cantwell.

    4. Maddamotha
      • 2 Years
      29 days, 22 mins ago

      Cantwell prolly

    5. Mr. Grv
      • 4 Years
      29 days, 21 mins ago

      I am picking greenwood and just assuming that both cantwell and lund will score a hatty

      1. Mr. Grv
        • 4 Years
        29 days, 20 mins ago

        Their are going to be points on bench anyways i guess

  11. Artemis Titans
    • 4 Years
    29 days, 23 mins ago

    Current wc 2.2itb

    Ryan (Pope)
    Awb, Digne, Pieters (Lund,Kelly)
    Kdb, Mané, Son(c), Martial (Cantwell)
    Kean, Pukki, Rashford

    Would you :-

    A. Do nothing
    B. Pieters to Laporte 0.1 itb
    C. Cantwell to Trossard/Mount/Lanzini (Benching Headache)
    D. Vardy back instead of Kean

    Cheers Chaps

  12. gooberman
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 7 Years
    29 days, 22 mins ago

    Does anybody know how many games Alison will miss? Can't find anything concrete online. I'm on a wildcard and considering Adrian.

    1. FOO FIGHTER
      29 days, 20 mins ago

      Adrian will lose his place, what do you do then?

      1. gooberman
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 7 Years
        29 days, 15 mins ago

        Obviously im aware that I will have to transfer him out when Alison returns. I'm trying to assess wether or not this enforced transfer down the line is worth it to get 6 or so games out of him. A 4.5m Liverpool goalkeeper is somewhat attractive even if I only have him for 6 gameweeks.

        1. RichardNixon
          • 3 Years
          29 days, 10 mins ago

          Id say you will get closer to 2 game weeks out of him than 6. It still covers Liverpool clean sheets for 4.5m so I'm happy to get him in on WC instead of VvD, Rob, TAA. Can transfer him out at a later date

          https://www.thisisanfield.com/2019/08/alissons-calf-injury-the-expert-view-on-liverpool-goalkeepers-recovery-return-date/

        2. RichardNixon
          • 3 Years
          29 days, 8 mins ago

          And for what its worth, when I had a partial tear to my calf I was back in around four weeks

  13. Twisted melons
    • 5 Years
    29 days, 21 mins ago

    who to bench:
    a) Dendoncker (Burnley)
    b) King (Man City)

    1. zizoo10
      • 3 Years
      29 days, 21 mins ago

      a

  14. zizoo10
    • 3 Years
    29 days, 21 mins ago

    on a -4 and tempted to WC to fit in Kane or Son, should i just hold?

    Pope
    Robbo • Zinch • Digne • KWP
    Salah • Sterling • KDB • Martial
    Pukki • King

    Button • Lundstram • Dend • GW

    1. Twisted melons
      • 5 Years
      29 days, 18 mins ago

      I've got pretty much the same team and am happy without Kane, rather have money in midfield, its just this week that worries me not owning him.

      1. zizoo10
        • 3 Years
        29 days, 16 mins ago

        mate the next month should be worrying you

        1. Twisted melons
          • 5 Years
          29 days, 14 mins ago

          I'll get Son if he starts performing

    2. H-Over United
      • 3 Years
      29 days, 18 mins ago

      Your teams looks good, but without TOT isn't the best choice.
      Without a template with Kane or King, nobody can answer your question...

    3. gomenor
      • 5 Years
      29 days, 10 mins ago

      Looks good!

      Walker-Peters & Rashford
      or
      Barnes & Laporte?

    4. fantasyfog
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 4 Years
      28 days, 23 hours ago

      wait a week

  15. AsdcavirPT
    • 3 Years
    29 days, 21 mins ago

    Option A:
    This GW: Barkley + Wilson -> Jota + Martial
    Next GW: Robertson + Siggy -> KDB (or Son) + Maguire (-4)

    Option B:
    This GW: Robertson, Wilson + Barkley -> Maguire, Jota, Martial (-4)
    Next GW: Siggy -> KDB

    Option C:
    This GW: Siggy, Wilson, Robertson -> KDB, Jota, Maguire (-4)
    Next GW: Barkley -> Martial

    Option C allows me to have KDB against Bournemouth but then Dendoker or Barkley have to play....
    Option A and B gives me time to consider between KDB or Son

  16. H-Over United
    • 3 Years
    29 days, 20 mins ago

    A) Zouma or Söyüncü (i'm not a the Pukki-Train i want to believe CHE can get the clean sheet)?
    B) Wesley or King (i think both are on pens)?

    1. H-Over United
      • 3 Years
      29 days, 19 mins ago

      This GW not for transfers or WC!

  17. Knallie
    • 5 Years
    29 days, 19 mins ago

    Starting to doubt my WC team again...

    Ryan Button
    TAA Zinchenko AWB Coleman Lundstram
    Salah Sterling KDB Martial Cantwell
    Pukki King Greenwood

    A) Salah + Coleman
    B) Mane + Digne + Zinchenko->Walker
    C) Mane + Digne + King->Barnes
    D) Mane + Digne + Button->Pope
    E) Mane + Digne + 0.5 ITB

  18. milanista10
    • 6 Years
    29 days, 19 mins ago

    A) Mount & Kelly
    B) Zinchenko & Cantwell

    A or B?

    1. Robin Van Persie (C)
      • 1 Year
      29 days, 15 mins ago

      B

    2. cravencottage
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      29 days, 14 mins ago

      B by far

    3. gomenor
      • 5 Years
      29 days, 9 mins ago

      B!

      Walker-Peters & Rashford
      or
      Barnes & Laporte?

  19. Robin Van Persie (C)
    • 1 Year
    29 days, 16 mins ago

    GTG?

    DDG
    VVD KWP Zinchenko Lundstram
    Sterling(vc) Salah Martial
    Kane(C) Pukki Deeney

    Button Dendoncker Hayden Rico

    1. gooberman
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 7 Years
      29 days, 4 mins ago

      Deeney is out for several games after an operation

      1. Robin Van Persie (C)
        • 1 Year
        29 days, 3 mins ago

        What?

          1. Oh crap

  20. Erdogan
    • 1 Year
    29 days, 16 mins ago

    What do folks here think about gamble on Haller?
    Other forward is Kane and a 4.5 mil. Playing 4-4-2.

    1. Artemis Titans
      • 4 Years
      29 days, 6 mins ago

      I contemplated it. Him or Keane

  21. Crespo
    29 days, 15 mins ago

    A)

    Pope
    Maguire, Dunk, Coleman
    Salah, Sterling, Ceballos, Mount
    Rashford, Pukki, Kane

    Button, Pieters, Lund, Cantwell

    B)

    De Gea
    VVD, Coleman, Zinc, Lund
    Salah, Sterling, Ceballos, Martial
    Kane, Pukki

    Button, Cantwell, Greenwood, Kelly

    1. Budweiser
      • 5 Years
      29 days, 14 mins ago

      Needs more KDB

  22. Spokey
    • 3 Years
    29 days, 8 mins ago

    Greenwood (3x ManU) or Wickham?

    1. gooberman
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 7 Years
      29 days, 6 mins ago

      Wickham. In my side at the moment. We are struggling at the moment though for 4.5m starting strikers. Wickham perhaps the most likely to?

    2. Mingo
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      29 days, 2 mins ago

      Flip a coin really. Neither are starting, however I'd say there's more chance of Greenwood scoring points in his 10-15 minute cameos than Wickham.

  23. gooberman
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 7 Years
    29 days, 8 mins ago

    Barnes, Wood, King or Jota?

  24. gomenor
    • 5 Years
    29 days, 7 mins ago

    Walker-Peters & Rashford
    or
    Barnes & Laporte?

  25. tc93
    • 1 Year
    29 days, 6 mins ago

    On a wildcard- tough one:

    1) zinchenko, TAA, mout
    Or
    2) Laporte, VVD, Cellabos

    On 2 right now- think Laporte will be a great pick for the coming weeks- and zinchenko/TAS are more of a rotation risk.

    1. tc93
      • 1 Year
      29 days, 6 mins ago

      TAA

    2. tc93
      • 1 Year
      29 days, 6 mins ago

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  26. Kim Jong Kün
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 6 Years
    29 days, 6 mins ago

    A. Kane, Martial, Ndombele, VVD
    B. Rashford, Mane, Son, [Kelly or some other really cheap D]

    For the long term.
    ?

  27. tc93
    • 1 Year
    29 days, 3 mins ago

    2nd question: Pope or Ryan for best 4.5??

  28. £0.1 Short !
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 4 Years
    29 days, 2 mins ago

    A) Salah TO Sterling -4
    B) Salah and Wilson TO Sterling and Kane -8
    C) Nothing
    ??????

  29. Robin Van Persie (C)
    • 1 Year
    28 days, 23 hours ago

    DDG
    VVD KWP Zinchenko Lundstram
    Sterling(vc) Salah Martial
    Kane(C) Pukki Deeney

    Button Dendoncker Hayden Rico

    Please suggest what to do with this team! Already took -4 to bring in Kane & Pukki! Now Deeney is out for several months! Please tell me what should I do? Hit the wildcard button?

    1. £0.1 Short !
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 4 Years
      28 days, 23 hours ago

      Certainly think wildcarding is a bit overboard as your teams not that bad. Dendonker with Burnley at home isn’t to bad a sub to come off the bench. Take a breath and do a -4 next week if you can’t find a within budget option for a straight Deeney swap.