Frisking the Fixtures

Which teams have the best and worst upcoming fixtures?

Our regular “frisk” of the Premier League fixture list returns ahead of Gameweek 5.

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: nor | WAT | eve | WOL | cry | AVL
And then: SOU

Many Fantasy managers will consider Manchester City assets “fixture-proof” but a favourable run of matches doesn’t do any harm, either.

Pep Guardiola’s side sit top of our Season Ticker over the next half-dozen Gameweeks and are the only Premier League club to avoid a ‘big six’ club during that time.

City’s next two opponents have yet to keep a clean sheet this season and indeed Watford’s 16-match shut-out drought extends back to February, although the re-appointment of the pragmatic Quique Sanchez Flores might help solidify the Hornets at the back.

Norwich City, Watford, Everton and Aston Villa, four of City’s next six opponents, sit in the bottom six for big chances conceded this season.

From a defensive perspective, all bar Norwich of the Citizens’ next half-dozen opponents are scoring at a rate of one goal per game or worse.

No team has scored as few goals as Watford this season.

All six of the sides that Guardiola’s troops face between now and the end of October sit in the bottom half of the table for big chances created.

Burnley

Next six: bha | NOR | avl | EVE | lei | CHE
And then: shu | WHU | wat | CRY

Having been bottom of the Season Ticker in Gameweeks 1 to 4, Burnley’s schedule is about to get much more favourable.

Gameweek 5 marks the start of a ten-game sequence in which the Clarets meet only one of the ‘big six’ and even that fixture is against an unconvincing Chelsea side.

No other top-flight club has fewer meetings with last season’s top six teams between now and the end of November.

For those interested in Ashley Barnes (£6.7m), Chelsea and Norwich are two of five clubs yet to keep a clean sheet in the Premier League this season.

Daniel Farke and Dean Smith’s newly promoted teams have are in the bottom four for shots on target conceded, meanwhile.

The Clarets pose a real threat in the air and in the Canaries and Villa, Sean Dyche’s side are facing two of the five teams who have allowed the most headed chances in 2019/20 – although Brighton, Everton and Chelsea have been less obliging from crosses.

The medium-term fixture list is perhaps not quite as kind from a defensive perspective but no club has allowed fewer big chances than Burnley this season, despite their unfavourable start.

Arsenal

Next six: wat | AVL | mun | BOU | shu | CRY
And then: WOL | lei | SOU | nor | BHA | whu

Arsenal’s favourable fixture run goes on even longer than Burnley’s and we can expect to see the north London club regularly appearing in this series of articles over the coming months.

In their next dozen Premier League matches, the Gunners face only one other ‘big six’ side: the Gameweek 7 meeting with Manchester United preceding a sea of blue on the Season Ticker until mid-December.

Unai Emery’s side face all three newly promoted clubs in this time and five of last season’s bottom ten.

Watford are first up and are without a clean sheet in 16 league matches, although the appointment of the defence-first Quique Sanchez Flores perhaps comes at an inopportune time for the Gunners.

The Hornets, Villa and Bournemouth, three of Arsenal’s next four opponents, sit in the bottom six for big chances conceded.

No FPL forward scored more goals than Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (£11.0m) against non-big six sides last season (19 in 26 games).

Tottenham Hotspur

Next six: CRY | lei | SOU | bha | WAT | liv
And then: eve | SHU| whu | BOU

Spurs face only one of the ‘big six’ in the next ten Gameweeks, with a trip to Anfield the one obvious off-putting fixture.

Even better, the Lilywhites’ next six home matches are all against sides who finished in the bottom half of the Premier League or who were in the Championship last season.

Spurs’ upcoming half-dozen away games are perhaps not quite so appealing, with meetings against five of last year’s top ten plus a trip to a Brighton side that has performed fairly well in 2019/20 so far.

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

Spurs’ next two opponents could make life hard for their attackers, as Palace and Leicester are among the five teams who have allowed the fewest big chances this season.

Roy Hodgson’s side have conceded the fewest goals in the top flight in 2019/20 (two), with Leicester having shipped only one more.

From a defensive perspective, there is encouragement: Spurs’ next five opponents all sit in the bottom half of the table for shots on target in 2019/20.

Everton

Next six: bou | SHU | MCI | bur | WHU | bha

Everton have just two meetings with ‘big six’ clubs from Gameweeks 5 to 14, with the visit of Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur the only dots of red on the Season Ticker.

Even those games against 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 Toffees have recorded shut-outs in ten of their last 15 league games but the fixture list is perhaps less welcoming from a defensive perspective, given that they face three of the four teams who have recorded the most big chances this season (City, West Ham and Brighton).

Away trips to Bournemouth and Burnley, with Callum Wilson (£7.8m) and Ashley Barnes (£6.7m) to deal with, will pose tricky tests, too.

Goals have started to flow at the other end of the pitch, at least, with seven being scored in the last two league and cup games – more than Everton had managed in their previous ten matches dating back to the start of pre-season.

Moise Kean (£6.9m) and Alex Iwobi (£5.9m) were both handed their first Premier League starts in an Everton shirt in Gameweek 4 and both delivered attacking returns.

In Bournemouth and West Ham, Everton are facing the two sides who have conceded the most big chances this season.

Those two clubs and Brighton have shipped a combined 22 goals this season, although 12 of those were conceded to Manchester City.

Bournemouth

Next six: EVE | sou | WHU | ars | NOR | wat

Ryan Fraser (£7.3m), Callum Wilson (£7.8m) and Josh King (£6.4m) have all lost hundreds of thousands of FPL owners over the last month and dropped in price in doing so.

Wilson has ticked over with exactly five points in each Gameweek but the better value elsewhere so far has prompted many managers to move on their Bournemouth assets.

The Cherries’ upcoming fixtures are perhaps among the best in the division, though, certainly from an attacking perspective.

Everton, West Ham, Norwich and Watford, along with Bournemouth themselves, sit in the bottom five for big chances conceded this season.

All bar the Toffees of Bournemouth’s next six opponents sit in the bottom ten for shots in the box and efforts on target conceded, meanwhile.

ALSO CONSIDER

Chelsea (wol | LIV | BHA | sou | NEW | bur) are riding high in our Season Ticker but fixtures against Wolves and Liverpool immediately after the international break slightly dent their appeal – even if Nuno Espirito Santo’s side and the Reds aren’t perhaps as watertight as they were in 2018/19.

The Blues themselves are still without a clean sheet and interest in their Fantasy assets may instead be focused on the likes of Mason Mount (£6.4m) and other forward-thinking players.

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

Aston Villa (WHU | ars | BUR | nor | BHA | mci) have some appealing home matches ahead but their run of away fixtures between now and Gameweek 15 is the worst in the division.

Still, meetings with West Ham, Arsenal and Norwich should offer encouragement for their midfielders and forwards: these three clubs sit in the bottom five for shots in the box conceded this season.

The Weak

Leicester City

Next six: mun | TOT | NEW | liv | BUR | sou

Leicester face three of last season’s top six between now and the October international break and sit bottom of our Season Ticker as a result.

There is an appealing home fixture against Newcastle within this run, although the Magpies beat Brendan Rodgers’ side at the King Power Stadium at the back-end of last season and the Foxes have not really convinced against wing-back systems in 2019/20.

It should be noted, of course, that 31 of Jamie Vardy‘s (£8.9m) 83 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.

Crystal Palace

Next six: tot | WOL | NOR | whu | MCI | ARS
And then: LEI | che | LIV

Fourth-place Crystal Palace may be a team in form but are another club who face three ‘big six’ sides in the next half-dozen Gameweeks.

Chelsea and Liverpool then follow in Gameweeks 12 and 13.

With eight of Palace’s next nine opponents finishing in the top half last season, the Eagles are firmly rooted to the bottom of our Season Ticker from Gameweeks 5-13.

Martin Kelly (£4.1m) has been a popular budget asset this season but even if he recovers from injury and keeps his place at the heart of the defence, his owners likely won’t be using him for anything other than bench fodder between now and the end of November.

Even the “winnable” games within this run come against teams who have impressed from an attacking perspective so far this season: Norwich and West Ham, for example, sit in the top six for shots on target so far in 2019/20 (despite having both faced Manchester City).

Those two teams (and perhaps a clean sheet-less Spurs and a Europe-occupied Wolves) can be got at defensively, of course, but Palace’s attacking assets haven’t really convinced this season – only Watford have scored fewer Premier League goals.

Jordan Ayew (£5.1m) could be a decent, benchable third striker for the coming months but Palace’s medium-term role in the Fantasy world maybe more about how much they can frustrate our other FPL assets: the Eagles have conceded fewer goals than any other Premier League team this season.

Newcastle United

Next six: liv | BHA | lei | MUN | che | WOL

Fantasy managers have largely avoided Newcastle United assets this season – and not just because of their fixture run.

The Magpies are in the bottom three for big chances created and goals scored in 2019/20 so far, although the backs-to-the-wall display at Spurs may offer hope that the defensive solidity of the Rafael Benitez era hasn’t totally evaporated.

Steve Bruce’s side have already played the two north London clubs in the opening month of the campaign and now face three other ‘big six’ sides between now and Gameweek 9 – starting with a trip to Liverpool.

Third-place Leicester also host the Magpies in this period.

Newcastle sit bottom of our Season Ticker for attack over the next six Gameweeks but they, like Palace, may play a significant role in how more popular offensive assets from the likes of Liverpool, Leicester and Chelsea do over the coming Gameweeks.

Watford

Next six: ARS | mci | wol | SHU | tot | BOU
And then: CHE

Winless and bottom of the table, Watford’s fixtures don’t get much easier in the medium term.

The Hornets face five clubs who finished in the top seven in 2018/19 over the next seven Gameweeks, although home matches against Sheffield United and Bournemouth appeal more.

Watford will be hoping for some kind of new manager bounce following the appointment of Quique Sanchez Flores, whose pragmatic reputation will hopefully – from their point of view – address the obvious defensive problems at Vicarage Road.

The Hornets have not kept a league clean sheet since February, a run that stretches back 16 matches.

No side has scored fewer goals in 2019/20, meanwhile.

The next five Gameweeks at the very least could be an audition period for Watford’s assets and tell us more about Flores’ preferred system and personnel, as well as what effect he is having on their underperforming squad.

ALSO CONSIDER

Liverpool‘s mixed fixture run (NEW | che | shu | LEI | mun | TOT) has to be acknowledged but, like Manchester City, the Reds are one of a handful of teams that Fantasy managers may consider “fixture-proof”.

Their three ‘big six’ opponents in the next half-dozen Gameweeks, Chelsea, Manchester United and Spurs, have hardly fully convinced this season, either.

From a defensive perspective, matches against Newcastle and Sheffield United offer decent clean sheet opportunities: only Watford have scored fewer goals than the Magpies this season, while the Blades are ranked bottom for shots on target.

The Reds’ other four opponents during this run are all in the top half for goals scored and shots attempted, however.

At the other end, Chelsea and Spurs haven’t kept a clean sheet between them this season – although all bar the Lilywhites of Liverpool’s next six opponents sit in the top half in terms of fewest expected goals conceded.

Sheffield United (SOU | eve | LIV | wat | ARS | whu ) themselves have a mixed bag of fixtures, although John Lundstram (£4.2m) is their only outfield first-team regular who is owned by more than 1% of FPL bosses and is eminently benchable for the tough defensive tests after Gameweek 5.

Manchester United, Southampton, Wolves, Norwich and Brighton all face two meetings with ‘big six’ clubs over the next half-dozen Gameweeks but have some more appealing fixtures around that so the picture doesn’t quite look so bleak at that quintet of clubs.


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  1. KAPTAIN KUN
    • 3 Years
    4 months, 18 days ago

    Salah ✓
    Mane ✓
    Sterling ✓
    KdB ✓
    Kane ✓

    I'm ready for the weekend

    1. EMBOLOFAN
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      4 months, 18 days ago

      why dont you put a tick after all the 4.5 defenders youre playing

      1. KAPTAIN KUN
        • 3 Years
        4 months, 18 days ago

        Pope ✓
        Montoya ✓
        Guilbert ✓
        Soyuncu ✓
        Lundstram ✓

        1. Twisted Saltergater
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 10 Years
          4 months, 18 days ago

          Exactly. We can joke about this but they’re decent options.

        2. EMBOLOFAN
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 1 Year
          4 months, 18 days ago

          this is better for morale. no favourites

    2. Zico Senna
      • 8 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      Nice, i hope Kane comes through for ya bud, rest of the team ok with all those in?

      1. KAPTAIN KUN
        • 3 Years
        4 months, 18 days ago

        No not at all and thanks lol

    3. TheBrazilianRonaldo
      • 1 Year
      4 months, 18 days ago

      56 mill on 5 players. The rest just 4.5 mill each?

      1. KAPTAIN KUN
        • 3 Years
        4 months, 18 days ago

        Yup

    4. COK3Y5MURF - Unbelievable J…
      • 3 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      So you have half a team

    5. Twisted Saltergater
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 10 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      I’ve always thought having 2 big hitters to captain and the rest of the squad balanced is the way to go, but seeing those names, how could your team possibly score less than 50 points a week?

      I think Man City and Liverpool are that far ahead of every other team.

    6. GreennRed
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      Keep her lit.
      Probably have to downgrade one of them to upgrade a defender or more at some stage but I hope your inexpensive defensive gets you some cleansheets.

    7. PlumaPiedra
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      Good on you. More than one way to play the game and good to see you're not a sheep like 99% on here. Hope it works out!

  2. Nice to Finally Michu
    • 6 Years
    4 months, 18 days ago

    When does Brighton’s Connolly become an option?

    1. EMBOLOFAN
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      4 months, 18 days ago

      when pigs fly

  3. The Yorkshire Pirlo
    • 3 Years
    4 months, 18 days ago

    G2G? Just can’t decide on the captaincy.

    Heaton
    TAA, VVD, Lundstram, Digne
    Salah, Sterling, KDB, Mount
    Haller, Pukki

    McGovern, Montoya, Dendoncker, Greenwood

    1. Arvin-ation
      • 6 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      Sterling for me

    2. Keep the Faith
      • 8 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      G2G, Salah or Sterling for me but can't decide atm.

      1. The Yorkshire Pirlo
        • 3 Years
        4 months, 18 days ago

        Definitely going to choose the wrong one!

  4. Atwood
    • 9 Years
    4 months, 18 days ago

    Perez > James

    Does this sound sensible with 2FT's?

    Team is in a bad state. However VVD, Robertson and Kane all have pretty nice home fixtures. Meanwhile nobody knows about Zinchenko and KWP. I'm thinking hold the other FT and have 2FT's for next gameweek when we might know more.

    Pope
    VVD - Robertson - Zinchenko - KWP
    McGinn - Salah - Sterling - Perez
    Kane - Pukki

    Button - Rico - Hayden - Greenwood

    1. Keep the Faith
      • 8 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      Looks good to me, you have bench players that play should KWP not make it.

  5. Keep the Faith
    • 8 Years
    4 months, 18 days ago

    Hey DZ...…….lost on last page

    RMWCT

    Pope Button
    TAA Digne Otamendi Soyuncu Lunds
    Salah Sterling De Bruyne Luiz Dendo
    Pukki Haller Barnes

    0.3 ITB

    Feel this allows flexibility for 442 343 433 while having semi decent bench players.

    Thoughts?

    1. Arvin-ation
      • 6 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      If you plan to use 4 midfielders at times, perhaps consider Cantwell instead of Luiz ? I think he'd be a much better option

      Nice team

    2. Atwood
      • 9 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      Looks good with the possible exception of Luiz

    3. Keep the Faith
      • 8 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      Thanks for the replies, I would squeeze in Cantwell but will mainly be going 433 with that team. I may look to swap Luiz to 6m mid and downgrade one of the forwards in the next few weeks but this seems to fit for now.

  6. Arvin-ation
    • 6 Years
    4 months, 18 days ago

    Thoughts on the WC team?

    Yes, I'm aware there's no Salah/Mane, a gamble for me but it's Kun over them for now.

    Pope (Button)
    TAA Soyuncu Lowton (Lundstram, Ward)
    KDB Sterling Pepe Cantwell (Hayden)
    Aguero Barnes Haller

    Plan is to swap Kun for Vardy, and then bring Salah back in probably for Pepe when the fixtures turn.

    Cheers

    1. GreennRed
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      Looks good. I'm unsure about Pepe just yet but with nice fixtures could be set to rip.

      1. Arvin-ation
        • 6 Years
        4 months, 18 days ago

        Here's hoping! Thanks mate

    2. Keep the Faith
      • 8 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      Looks good, some may say low in defence and no salah/mane could hurt but I did think about leaving them out in my WC...he who dares rodders!

      1. Arvin-ation
        • 6 Years
        4 months, 18 days ago

        It is pretty low in defence other than TAA!

        But my City slots are all used up, and I don't see anyone else worth upgrading to? Not that I have the cash anyway ahaha

        Thank you!! Yeap, definitely gambling short-medium term but lets hope it works out. Tired of the same old boring team ahaha

        1. Arvin-ation
          • 6 Years
          4 months, 18 days ago

          If I'm honest the actual team has Vertonghen over Lowton as a another little bit but I knew that'd get ripped up so I left it out here 😥 AHAHA

    3. Keep the Faith
      • 8 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      Well the defence hasn't exactly been setting the world alight so far, hope it goes well for you mate

      1. Arvin-ation
        • 6 Years
        4 months, 18 days ago

        Whoop that's supposed to be a laughing emoji AHAHA

        Yeah, they haven't, but with Arsenal and City in the first 4 that would be tough. I'm trusting the fixtures on this one over a Burnley double up at the back. They have a really nice long run.

        Had 0.8m in the bank spare and no where else to spend it ahahah Might just revert back to Lowton to avoid too much risk though.

  7. Brosstan
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 5 Years
    4 months, 18 days ago

    Ceballos is impossible to ignore tbh

    1. Zico Senna
      • 8 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      Why?

    2. GreennRed
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      Not that hard. I've never met the man.

    3. pingissimus
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      4 months, 18 days ago

      197 minutes so far

  8. Pep Roulette
    • 2 Years
    4 months, 18 days ago

    Guys, quick question!

    Lowton or Pieters?

    1. Arvin-ation
      • 6 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      Lowton

    2. Keep the Faith
      • 8 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      Pieters

    3. fcsaltyballs
      • 3 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      Lowton

    4. GreennRed
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      Lowton looks more nailed on.

    5. Pep Roulette
      • 2 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      Thanks guys! Lowton it is then!

  9. fcsaltyballs
    • 3 Years
    4 months, 18 days ago

    Is it madness to start Lundstram (SOU) and bench Pukki (MCI) ?

    1. Keep the Faith
      • 8 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      I will be torn between the 2 but Pukki is winning the battle atm with a higher ceiling...potentially

      1. fcsaltyballs
        • 3 Years
        4 months, 18 days ago

        mmmm yeah, im on lundstam atm ... its a tough call isnt it

        do you think city norwich will be open?

        1. the dom 1
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 5 Years
          4 months, 18 days ago

          Norwich might try and park the bus

          1. fcsaltyballs
            • 3 Years
            4 months, 18 days ago

            if they do then Lundstram is the pick out the two

    2. the dom 1
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      Not madness I’m playing both though lol

      1. fcsaltyballs
        • 3 Years
        4 months, 18 days ago

        haha lucky you not having the dilemma

        1. the dom 1
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 5 Years
          4 months, 18 days ago

          Haha nope but I have Emerson and Barnes dilemma lol

          1. fcsaltyballs
            • 3 Years
            4 months, 18 days ago

            Barnes imo 😉

    3. GreennRed
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      I'm starting both. Benching Dunk, Cantwell and Hayden.

      1. fcsaltyballs
        • 3 Years
        4 months, 18 days ago

        yep makes sense

    4. Keep the Faith
      • 8 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      Norwich don't know how to park the bus, they are an attacking team, CB issues could work in Pukkis favour.

      I'm a Sheff United fan and while we have a good chance of a clean sheet Lunds ceiling is 6 points but same could be said for Pukki…like you say a touch one

      1. the dom 1
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 5 Years
        4 months, 18 days ago

        True about them not knowing how to park the bus mate

      2. GreennRed
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 8 Years
        4 months, 18 days ago

        What do Blades fans think of John Egan? His Dad John is a legend of Gaelic football.

      3. fcsaltyballs
        • 3 Years
        4 months, 18 days ago

        yep flip of a coin... i think lund would pay off more as a differential, as most with play Pukki

    5. Keep the Faith
      • 8 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      @greenred hes decent, stays back while the other 2 CBs going up field, I wouldn't have him for FPL but hes good for us.

    6. Brosstan
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      I would do it. Lundstram is very appealing this game week.

    7. Soto Ayam
      4 months, 18 days ago

      I've plumped for Lund this week

  10. HurriKane
    • 7 Years
    4 months, 18 days ago

    Which 2 to start?

    A) Dunk (BUR)

    B) Lundstram (SOU)

    C) Pukki (MCI)

    1. GreennRed
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      B and C but don't ask me why!

      1. HurriKane
        • 7 Years
        4 months, 18 days ago

        Why ? 😀

        1. GreennRed
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 8 Years
          4 months, 18 days ago

          !

    2. The Yorkshire Pirlo
      • 3 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      BC

    3. Keep the Faith
      • 8 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      BC

  11. KaBoZ: Kids,don't Drin…
    • 5 Years
    4 months, 18 days ago

    Who is the most nailed Man City defender ?

    1. the dom 1
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      Only Pep knows lol

      1. the dom 1
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 5 Years
        4 months, 18 days ago

        I’m on Zinc

    2. Keep the Faith
      • 8 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      I'm going Otamendi but no real nailed on defender

      1. HurriKane
        • 7 Years
        4 months, 18 days ago

        Otamendi should be nailed right?

        He's citys only fit cb at the moment

    3. EMBOLOFAN
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      4 months, 18 days ago

      otamendi

      1. KaBoZ: Kids,don't Drin…
        • 5 Years
        4 months, 18 days ago

        Thanks, I'm leaning towards Otamendi as well

  12. mash
    • 7 Years
    4 months, 18 days ago

    Ryan
    VVD AWB* Digne Zinchenko
    Salah Sterling KDB Mount
    Pukki King

    Button Lundstram Greenwood Dendonker

    1FT, 1.5 in the bank

    Want to shift King tonight before he falls, do I go for

    A) Barnes
    B) Haller

    I'm pretty set on A, but a bit put off by Dyche's comments - is it still the right choice?

    1. Keep the Faith
      • 8 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      B

    2. Arvin-ation
      • 6 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      B

  13. Nightf0x
    • 4 Years
    4 months, 18 days ago

    Which?
    A) cebalos/iwobi c.wilson
    B) h.wilson haller

    1. Arvin-ation
      • 6 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      A

    2. Keep the Faith
      • 8 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      B

  14. luk46
    • 1 Year
    4 months, 18 days ago

    Chances of KWP starting?

  15. bennyp
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 5 Years
    4 months, 18 days ago

    Hey guys, need some help here.

    Trossard is injured.
    Barnes is injured?
    Taylor dropping in price again.

    What to do? Lineup atm would be:

    Ryan - (Heaton)
    Taa - Zinc - Digne - Lund - (Taylor)
    Salah(c) - Sterling - Lanzini - (Trossard - Dend)
    Pukki - Haller - Barnes

    0FT & 1.8ITB. Should i take a hit to move trossard/taylor?

  16. Pep Roulette
    • 2 Years
    4 months, 18 days ago

    GTG on WC?

    Pope Button
    TAa Otamendi Matip Soyunucu Lundstram
    Salah Sterling Pepe DSilva Cantwell
    Haller Tammy Greenwood

    1. Joggers Nipple
      • 10 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      Pepe to KDB
      D Silva to relative cheapie
      Greenwood to Barnes

    2. Wakanda
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      d silva to kdb ?
      salah to mane to provide enough money to do that.
      overall, still good...

  17. HUATSHOOTER
    • 3 Years
    4 months, 18 days ago

    Pope
    Lundstram digne dunk walker
    Mane sterling mount davidsilva mcginn
    Kane

    Subs: pukki awb grennwood button

    Will you see awb for matip? And will you sell mcginn for ceballos?

  18. Pep Roulette
    • 2 Years
    4 months, 18 days ago

    On WC

    Aguero or Sterling?

    1. GreennRed
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      Aguero. Possibly Aubameyang?

  19. juho
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 2 Years
    4 months, 18 days ago

    Pick one please:

    A) Mane -> Salah for a hit
    B) Trossard -> Mount for a hit
    C) Do neither and start Dunk

    1. GreennRed
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      C. What other options beside Dunk?

  20. Maddamotha
    • 3 Years
    4 months, 18 days ago

    Best midfielder upto 7.5milli?

    1. GreennRed
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      David Silva no less 🙂

  21. KaBoZ: Kids,don't Drin…
    • 5 Years
    4 months, 18 days ago

    I'm on wildcard and I need to do VVD--> Matip, is this safe ? Or can Matip be rotated with UCL coming up?

    1. GreennRed
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      Could be but unlikely that Gomez gonna be getting his spot soon.

    2. Chelsea91
      • 1 Year
      4 months, 18 days ago

      Do it

  22. Tsparkes10
    • 1 Year
    4 months, 18 days ago

    Wish I had Lundstram, Robinson and Mousset for their hauls this week fs

  23. Pickle juice
    • 3 Years
    4 months, 18 days ago

    Help

    (A)Mane and aguero

    Or

    (B)Kane and salah (for -4 hit)

    And who to captain ....i have kdb and sterling too

    Thanks

    1. Kay317
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      4 months, 18 days ago

      Aguero could bag a hatrick this week

      1. Kay317
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        4 months, 18 days ago

        So A with Aguero (c)

  24. JustPark
    • 3 Years
    4 months, 18 days ago

    1FT in hand. King to Barnes now to avoid price drop? Will get him next week anyway.

    1. Kay317
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      4 months, 18 days ago

      Not just to avoid price drop. Can see him getting a goal or two this weekend aswell.

      1. JustPark
        • 3 Years
        4 months, 18 days ago

        Sold!

  25. bennyp
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 5 Years
    4 months, 18 days ago

    Trossard -> David Silva for a -4?

    He the best 7.5?

    1. Pep Roulette
      • 2 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      Just do it

  26. Pep Roulette
    • 2 Years
    4 months, 18 days ago

    GTG on WC?

    Pope (Button)
    TAA Matip Otamendi Soyunucu (Lundstram)
    Salah Pepe DSilva (Cantwell Guendouzi)
    Aguero Haller Tammy

  27. 007 [RoboKlopp]
    • 3 Years
    4 months, 18 days ago

    C Salah or Sterling?

    1. Artemis Titans
      • 5 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      Kdb

    2. Sturridge Wars
      • 4 Years
      4 months, 18 days ago

      Salah

    3. Chelsea91
      • 1 Year
      4 months, 18 days ago

      Sterling

    4. Kay317
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      4 months, 18 days ago

      Keep asking myself the same question. I'm currently on Sterling as doubt he'll be rested and Norwich defence is awful. Had the armband on Salah earlier though!

  28. Sturridge Wars
    • 4 Years
    4 months, 18 days ago

    David Silva or James

    1. Chelsea91
      • 1 Year
      4 months, 18 days ago

      If u have both play both, or silva

  29. Chelsea91
    • 1 Year
    4 months, 18 days ago

    Barnes injured?

  30. pablo discobar
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 9 Years
    4 months, 18 days ago

    How am I looking?

    GK Adrian
    DEF Wan Bis, Zinchenko, Digne
    MID Salah, KDB, Sterling(c), Ceballos
    FWD Pukey, Abrahams, Haller

    Subs Pope, Lundstrum, Cantwell,Sonyucu

    If AWB isn't fit Lundstrum comes in..

    Plan is next week is 0 transfers unless AWB looks like falling in price, if so I'd probably sell for a spurs with Aldetwield the front runner for safety. .1 in the bank

    Cheers