Scout Notes

Pukki scores and de Gea injured as international break comes to a close

Our final Scout Notes of the international break focuses on the Fantasy assets who were in action for their countries on Tuesday.

As usual we’ll be documenting the minutes played and any injuries picked up by Premier League players, as well as bringing to light any goals or assists they may have registered.

Finland 3-0 Armenia

  • Teemu Pukki (£7.1m) – 90 minutes

Teemu Pukki’s (£7.1m) four-game stretch without a goal ended on Tuesday night, as the Norwich City striker scored a brace in Finland’s Euro 2020 qualification win over Armenia.

Pukki is the most-sold player of Gameweek 9 by some distance, despite the Canaries facing a Bournemouth side without a clean sheet so far this season.

Norwich’s woeful away form, of course, slightly counteracts that.

Pukki had four bites at the cherry before ending his goal drought, producing two excellent dinked finishes when racing onto through-balls from deep.

While this is ‘only Armenia’, the assured nature of Pukki’s finishes will perhaps boost his confidence and give his remaining owners some hope that the three-game run of FPL blanks may come to an end on the south coast this weekend.

Algeria 3-0 Colombia

  • Riyad Mahrez (£8.7m) – 85 minutes
  • Davinson Sanchez (£5.4m) – 90 minutes
  • Jefferson Lerma (£4.8m) – 90 minutes
  • Yerry Mina (£5.4m) – 0 minutes

Riyad Mahrez (£8.7m) produced an eye-catching display as Algeria saw off Colombia in a friendly in Lille.

The Manchester City winger was only a second-half substitute in Thursday’s draw with DR Congo but he started this latest match and played the first 85 minutes, having contributed to all three of his country’s goals.

Lining up in his usual right-wing role, Mahrez assisted Baghdad Bounedjah’s superb opening strike for Algeria.

All three of Algeria’s goals came from outside the box, with the premium FPL midfielder grabbing the other two.

Mahrez wrong-footed David Ospina with his first effort from the edge of the area, while his second was arguably the goal of the game: the former Leicester wide-man cutting in off the right flank and curling a superb left-footed effort into the bottom corner of Ospina’s goal.

Mahrez suffered a blow to the nose not long after his second strike but played on and was given a standing ovation upon his withdrawal in the dying stages.

Davinson Sanchez (£5.4m) played the full 90 minutes for Colombia but his usual centre-half partner, Yerry Mina (£5.4m), was an unused substitute.

Jefferson Lerma (£4.8m) also lasted the course and unsurprisingly picked up a booking.

View player and team stats from Algeria v Colombia in our Members’ Area.

Morocco 2-3 Gabon

  • Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (£11.1m) – 90 minutes

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (£11.1m) clocked up his second 90-minute run-out over the international break, lasting almost the entire game as Gabon beat Morroco in an international friendly.

Aubameyang was substituted in second-half stoppage time, having not played a part in any of his side’s three goals and having picked up a booking just after the break.

The good news for the Gabon international’s owners is that he has an extra two days to recover from his exertions with the national side, with Arsenal not in action until Monday evening.

Sweden 1-1 Spain

  • Victor Lindelof (£5.4m) – 90 minutes
  • Emil Krafth (£4.5m) – 0 minutes
  • Dani Ceballos (£5.5m) – 90 minutes
  • Rodri (£5.5m) – 90 minutes
  • David de Gea (£5.6m) – 60 minutes
  • Kepa Arrizabalaga (£5.5m) – 30 minutes

Manchester United were dealt an injury blow ahead of their Gameweek 9 meeting with Liverpool.

David de Gea (£5.6m) appeared to tweak his groin while taking a goal-kick in Spain’s Euro 2020 qualifier against Sweden on Tuesday, subsequently hobbling from the field and having to be replaced by Kepa Arrizabalaga (£5.5m) on the hour-mark.

Spain national team boss Robert Moreno claimed that de Gea had actually been struggling earlier in the game, saying:

He had pain in the abductor muscle but he received treatment at half-time and wanted to keep playing. He gave us his word but in the end, he couldn’t continue.

Early reports suggest the injury is not serious but Sergio Romero (£4.8m) will be on standby to deputise for de Gea this Sunday should he be ruled out.

De Gea had earlier made a superb save to keep out Robin Quaison’s header and couldn’t prevent Marcus Berg’s opener despite making an excellent double-stop in the build-up to that strike.

There was better news for United on the injury front, with Victor Lindelof (£5.4m) shaking off the back problem that had forced him to miss out in Gameweek 8 to play the full game against Spain.

Dani Ceballos (£5.5m) and Rodri (£5.5m) lasted the full 90 minutes, with the Manchester City man forcing a fine early stop from Robin Olsen following a corner.

Newcastle’s Emil Krafth (£4.5m) was an unused substitute for the hosts, meanwhile, and hasn’t kicked a ball over the international break.

View player and team stats from Sweden v Spain in our Members’ Area.

North Korea 0-0 South Korea

  • Son Heung-min (£9.8m) – 90 minutes

Son Heung-min (£9.8m) played the full match as South Korea drew with North Korea – but little else is known about the contest.

This World Cup 2022 qualifier was played behind closed doors, with no fans or journalists allowed in.

What we do know is that the game finished goalless, with Son unable to add to the brace he scored in last week’s win over Sri Lanka.

Given the flight time back from Asia, Son will likely be one of the last Premier League players to return to their clubs – although he played 90 minutes in Gameweek 5 after a similar schedule in the September international break.

Switzerland 2-0 Republic of Ireland

  • Granit Xhaka (£5.3m) – 90 minutes
  • Fabian Schar (£5.0m) – 90 minutes
  • Josip Drmic (£5.4m) – 0 minutes
  • Shane Duffy (£4.9m) – 90 minutes
  • John Egan (£4.5m) – 90 minutes
  • Enda Stevens (£5.0m) – 90 minutes
  • Jeff Hendrick (£5.4m) – 90 minutes
  • Seamus Coleman (£5.4m) – 76 minutes
  • Aaron Connolly (£4.5m) – 69 minutes
  • Conor Hourihane (£5.7m) – 0 minutes
  • Callum Robinson (£5.3m) – 0 minutes
  • Kevin Long (£4.4m) – 0 minutes
  • Matt Doherty (£6.0m) – 0 minutes
  • Mark Travers (£4.4m) – 0 minutes

Aaron Connolly (£4.5m) was handed his first Ireland start but had few opportunities to impress as Mick McCarthy’s side failed to create too many clear-cut opportunities in their Euro 2020 qualifying defeat to Switzerland.

Ireland exerted a little more pressure after the interval but a blocked first-half effort was all Connolly had to show for his efforts and the budget FPL forward was withdrawn midway through the second half.

Shane Duffy (£4.9m), John Egan (£4.5m) and Enda Stevens (£5.0m) were part of an Ireland backline that faced a more potent Swiss attack, with Duffy putting through his own net in second-half injury time to seal the hosts’ win.

Seamus Coleman (£5.4m) was also part of the Irish defence but failed to last the whole game, being sent off for a second bookable offence – his second dismissal in three matches for club and country – when conceding a 76th-minute penalty that Ricardo Rodriguez subsequently missed.

Jeff Hendrick (£5.4m) put in a fairly unremarkable 90 minutes for the visitors, with Granit Xhaka (£5.3m) and Fabian Schar (£5.0m) lasting the course for the Swiss.

Schar, who is joint-top for goal attempts among FPL defenders this season, underlined his attacking threat with three efforts on goal, one of which was a header that struck the woodwork.

Josip Drmic (£5.4m), Conor Hourihane (£5.7m), Callum Robinson (£5.3m), Kevin Long (£4.4m), Matt Doherty (£6.0m) and Mark Travers (£4.4m) were all unused substitutes.

View player and team stats from Switzerland v Ireland in our Members’ Area.

Denmark 4-0 Luxembourg

  • Kasper Schmeichel (£5.0m) – 90 minutes
  • Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (£4.8m) – 90 minutes
  • Christian Eriksen (£8.8m) – 45 minutes
  • Andreas Christensen (£5.0m) – 0 minutes
  • Philip Billing (£5.0m) – 0 minutes

Christian Eriksen (£8.8m) had his minutes managed as Denmark coasted to a 4-0 win over Luxembourg in an international friendly on Tuesday.

The Spurs playmaker was hooked at the break and there have been no reports of an injury so far.

Eriksen, whose own indifferent form for Spurs has carried over to the international stage, created an early big chance for Southampton’s Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (£4.8m), who lasted the full 90 minutes.

Kasper Schmeichel (£5.0m) was made to work harder for his clean sheet than perhaps expected against the European minnows, saving two presentable opportunities that the visitors carved out (both of which were deemed ‘big chances’ by Opta).

Philip Billing (£5.0m) was an unused substitute, meanwhile.

Andreas Christensen (£5.0m) had pulled out of the squad days earlier after suffering a hamstring strain in Saturday’s win over Switzerland.

The Athletic’s Simon Johnson has reported this morning that Christensen is “unlikely to feature” in Gameweek 9, although this hasn’t been ratified by Chelsea yet.

View player and team stats from Denmark v Luxembourg in our Members’ Area.

Romania 1-1 Norway

  • Josh King (£6.3m) – 90 minutes

Josh King (£6.3m) completed his second successive 90-minute run-out for Norway in their Euro 2020 qualifier against Romania.

As happened on Saturday against Spain, Norway waited until stoppage time to salvage a 1-1 draw – but this time it was Alexander Sorloth, rather than King, who grabbed a late equaliser.

The Bournemouth striker, who is operating on the left flank for his club at present, fired over in the first half and had a late header saved minutes before Sorloth found the net.

Liechtenstein 0-5 Italy

  • Jorginho (£5.1m) – 0 minutes

With all of the injuries Chelsea have accumulated over the international break, Frank Lampard would have been pleased to see one of his stand-out players of 2019/20 return to England unscathed.

Jorginho (£5.1m) was an unused substitute as Italy swatted aside Liechtenstein in a Euro 2020 qualifier, with the Azzuri having already qualified for next summer’s tournament.

Jorginho played 90 minutes and scored from the spot in Italy’s win over Greece on Saturday.

England Under-21s 5-1 Austria Under-21s

  • Aaron Ramsdale (£4.5m) – 90 minutes
  • James Justin (£4.8m) – 90 minutes
  • Marc Guehi (£4.0m) – 90 minutes
  • Tom Davies (£5.3m) – 90 minutes
  • Lloyd Kelly (£4.4m) – 90 minutes
  • Phil Foden (£5.2m) – 90 minutes
  • Callum Hudson-Odoi (£5.9m) – 87 minutes
  • Joe Willock (£5.0m) – 74 minutes
  • Dwight McNeil (£6.0m) – 61 minutes
  • Max Aarons (£4.4m) – 61 minutes
  • Rhian Brewster (£4.4m) – 29 minutes
  • Oliver Skipp (£4.4m) – 16 minutes
  • Kevin Danso (£4.4m) – 90 minutes

The fit-again Callum Hudson-Odoi (£5.9m) is a differential to watch in the coming weeks.

Owned by just 1.2% of FPL managers, Hudson-Odoi has recorded attacking returns in both of his Premier League appearances this season and was handed his first start by Frank Lampard in Gameweek 8.

Hudson-Odoi underscored his ability with two superb goals in England under-21s’ comfortable win over their Austrian counterparts, first volleying in a Max Aarons (£4.4m) cross and then running with the ball for almost the full length of the pitch before curling in England’s fourth goal of the night.

Lloyd Kelly (£4.4m) had provided a fine cross-field pass for Aarons in the build-up to Hudson-Odoi’s first goal and recorded an assist himself soon after, nodding down from a corner for Eddie Nketiah to score.

Kelly is Diego Rico‘s (£4.2m) main positional rival at Bournemouth but is capable of playing at centre-half and was indeed employed there by his national team on Tuesday as part of a three-man defence.

Dwight McNeil (£6.0m) operated on the other side to Aarons as a wing-back and crossed for Nketiah to head in his second goal, with the Arsenal forward – on loan at Leeds at present – completing his treble from a Rhian Brewster (£4.4m) cross.

Phil Foden (£5.2m) wasn’t among the goals but impressed again, with his dead-ball deliveries a threat.

Kevin Danso (£4.4m) played the full match for the visitors.

Greece 2-1 Bosnia and Herzegovina

  • Sead Kolasinac (£5.4m) – 90 minutes

There was a familiar outcome for Sead Kolasinac (£5.4m) in Tuesday night’s match in Greece: an attacking return but no clean sheet.

Kolasinac supplied the assist for Amer Gojak’s equaliser, crossing low from the left flank for the Bosnian midfielder to convert.

The Arsenal left-back now faces a challenge for his position at club level from Kieran Tierney (£5.4m), who has returned from injury.

Chinese Taipei 1-7 Australia

  • Mathew Ryan (£4.6m) – 90 minutes
  • Aaron Mooy (£4.8m) – 62 minutes

Brighton’s Australian duo were handed the same minutes as they got in Thursday’s 5-0 win over Nepal, with this latest success as comfortable as last week’s.

The pair now face a long-haul flight back from Asia ahead of Saturday’s meeting with Aston Villa.

Round-Up

Lucas Torreira (£4.8m) was an unused substitute as Uruguay drew with Peru in a friendly in the early hours of Wednesday morning (UK time).

The Arsenal midfielder was the very last FPL asset involved on international duty this week and now faces a long-haul flight back from South America but the Gunners are in action on Monday evening against Sheffield United, giving Torreira an extra two days to recover.

After his 77-minute run-out last Thursday, Arsenal ever-present Matteo Guendouzi (£4.7m) played the whole of France under-21s’ Euro 2021 qualifier against Slovakia on Tuesday.

Caoimhin Kelleher (£4.5m) and Adam Idah (£4.5m) completed the full game for Ireland under-21s in their 1-0 defeat to Iceland, with Michael Obafemi (£4.9m) withdrawn in the 75th minute.

Troy Parrott (£4.5m) was suspended.

Manchester City’s Eric Garcia (£4.5m) and Watford’s Pontus Dahlberg (£4.4m) also played the whole 90 minutes for Spain and Sweden’s under-21 sides respectively.

Claudio Bravo (£4.8m) lasted the full 90 minutes as Chile beat Guinea 3-2 in an international friendly.

Maya Yoshida (£4.4m) also completed the entirety of Japan’s 3-0 win in Tajikistan.

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600 Comments Post a Comment
  1. Dirty Harry
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 4 Years
    1 month, 21 days ago

    Looking at using 2FT for Pukki>Vardy

    Best mid to slot in here and replace Son? 7.5 to spend.

    Salah KDB 7.5 Cantwell Guendouzi
    Kun Vardy Tammy

    1. Mount
    2. Maddison
    3. Other 7.5m

    1. zotter
      • 10 Years
      1 month, 21 days ago

      Mount

      1. Dirty Harry
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        1 month, 21 days ago

        Thanks!

    2. Freddiebell
      • 3 Years
      1 month, 21 days ago

      Easy mount

      1. Dirty Harry
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        1 month, 21 days ago

        Thanks mate.

    3. wasp3000
      • 5 Years
      1 month, 20 days ago

      Mount for sure. I'd prefer Mount Tammy than Maddison Vardy

  2. kyrgios
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 4 Years
    1 month, 21 days ago

    See anything worth a hit here lads?

    Pope
    VVD TAA Ota
    Cantwell Salah Sterling Mount Mahrez
    Pukki Abraham

    4m Rico Lundstram Wickham

    2.4M ITB

    1. zotter
      • 10 Years
      1 month, 21 days ago

      Nothing for a hit. Would play Rico over cantwell or maybe over vvd

      1. kyrgios
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        1 month, 21 days ago

        Cheers Zotter

    2. Freddiebell
      • 3 Years
      1 month, 21 days ago

      Mahrez was awful last game when pulled off after 59min. I think he'll Be on the bench.

      1. kyrgios
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        1 month, 21 days ago

        Yeah good chance

      2. wasp3000
        • 5 Years
        1 month, 20 days ago

        With KDB back i reckon 1 or 2 of the Silva's benched and Mahrez Sterling Kun up top.....but we're all guessing really

  3. Benjixclusyv
    • 4 Years
    1 month, 21 days ago

    Which combo would you go with?

    A.Mount & Abraham
    B. Mount & Wilson

    and why?

    1. Dirty Harry
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 4 Years
      1 month, 21 days ago

      So Tammy vs Wilson. Surely Tammy.

      1. Futbol Heritage
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 10 Years
        1 month, 21 days ago

        This

    2. zotter
      • 10 Years
      1 month, 21 days ago

      Madison plus Abraham. Of yours A. As Abraham the most mustown

      1. zotter
        • 10 Years
        1 month, 21 days ago

        Sorry I would do mount over Madison

      2. Benjixclusyv
        • 4 Years
        1 month, 21 days ago

        Already have Vardy, which is why I ruled out Maddison

    3. Freddiebell
      • 3 Years
      1 month, 21 days ago

      Both great picks tbo

  4. FOO FIGHTER
      1 month, 21 days ago

      Just had a look at my GW's and 352 so far seems the best formation for me.

      I am now thinking of going 352 for the remainder of the season.

      GW - Formation - Pts
      1 - 343 - 83
      2 - 352 - 33
      3 - 352 - 74
      4 - 352 - 70
      5 - 442 - 51
      6 - 352 - 75
      7 - 343 - 42
      8 - 343 - 36

      1. Futbol Heritage
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 10 Years
        1 month, 21 days ago

        I see your point but thats not a fair analysis.

        Its assuming points scored is a function of the formation you play and not the GW itself. i.e. The average score of teams that played 4-4-2 in GW1 is probably higher than the average score of teams that played 3-5-2 in GW8

        1. zotter
          • 10 Years
          1 month, 21 days ago

          This

      2. Karhumies
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 7 Years
        1 month, 21 days ago

        Even by your own logic, your best score was 343 GW1 83 points and your worst score was 352 GW2 33 points. No matter how you look at it, your logic is simply flawed.

    • Maddamotha
      • 3 Years
      1 month, 21 days ago

      1FT 0.3 ITB. Anything to use my FT on here?

      Pope
      TAA, Ota, Soy, Tomori
      Salah, Sterling, KDB, Mount
      Wilson, Tammy

      Button, Cantwell, Lundstram, Greenwood

      1. Benjixclusyv
        • 4 Years
        1 month, 21 days ago

        Looks solid to me. Save

      2. zotter
        • 10 Years
        1 month, 21 days ago

        Heck no. Great team

      3. Karhumies
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 7 Years
        1 month, 21 days ago

        You could Greenwood to Connolly, but it's better to just save the FT unless you plan to actually play him this GW vs Villa (442-> 343).

      4. iccy
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        1 month, 21 days ago

        Save. I have same team and 1 FT (but VVD and Diop instead of Ota and Soy). Will probably save depending on pressers.

      5. Maddamotha
        • 3 Years
        1 month, 21 days ago

        Connolly is an option. Will give him some weeks and see how he keeps up. Think Ill save. Cheers boiz!

    • Jones Kusi
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 21 days ago

      What do you all think of this WC?
      Pope (McGovern)
      TAA Soy Dunk (Rico, Lundstram)
      Mane, Maddison, KDB, Mount (Cantwell)
      Tammy, Wilson, Auba

      1. ZeBestee
        • 5 Years
        1 month, 21 days ago

        I will go Vardy over Auba personally.

      2. Benjixclusyv
        • 4 Years
        1 month, 21 days ago

        Very balanced all round

      3. Karhumies
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 7 Years
        1 month, 21 days ago

        Super close to my current team so I approve.

        I have Button instead of McGovern, Ota instead of Dunk, Kelly instead of Rico, Saka instead of Maddison but 3.X M ITB and thinking about Saka ->Maddison for GW10.

        If you have cash ITB, I would consider Rico->Tomori because I don't trust Bournemouth to get any CS reliably even if their fixtures are good.

        Dunk vs Burn vs Montoya, not sure which I would pick out of Brighton defense. Possibly Burn. The other option is choosing Ryan over Pope and choosing a Burnley defender instead.

      4. wasp3000
        • 5 Years
        1 month, 20 days ago

        Love that frontline. G2G mate

    • Weasel Boy
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 7 Years
      1 month, 21 days ago

      CHO + Maddy
      Or
      Mount + McGinn?

      Thanks

      1. zotter
        • 10 Years
        1 month, 21 days ago

        Hmm. The first

      2. Tempestic
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 1 Year
        1 month, 21 days ago

        1

    • ZeBestee
      • 5 Years
      1 month, 21 days ago

      Thinking of making these 2 transfers;

      Son + Pukki 》 Vardy + Mount.

      Have Tammy and CHO and is adding another Chelsea asset may be a bit too much?

    • Futbol Heritage
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 10 Years
      1 month, 21 days ago

      Adrian (Button)

      TAA Rico Tomori (Lund Hanley-fodder)

      Sterling KDB Salah Mount Cantwell

      Kun Pukki (Greenwood)

      0m itb

      To upgrade Adrian to Ryan and get Tammy in, I HAVE to lose a premium.

      Lose Salah and get back

      or Lose Kun before his home games

      or Hold off on Tammy for a while?

      1. zotter
        • 10 Years
        1 month, 21 days ago

        Just do Adrian to Gazza

        1. Futbol Heritage
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 10 Years
          1 month, 21 days ago

          Wow, that might be a good call, thanks.

          Feels odd not owning Tammy though and if I am going to do it next week, might as well this week with New(H)

          1. zotter
            • 10 Years
            1 month, 21 days ago

            Only other way would be perhaps salah to mane and Pukki to Abraham. But you would probably have no keeper. Captain sterling

            1. Futbol Heritage
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 10 Years
              1 month, 21 days ago

              Thanks plenty to think about.

    • Eat my goal!
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 21 days ago

      Currently have this

      Pope
      Taa Ota dunk soy Lund
      Sterling salah Kdb mount cantwell
      Tammy vardy greenwood

      Can’t decide if it’s best to work towards this

      Pope
      Taa ROBBO RICO soy lunds
      MANE sterling kdb mount cantwell
      Tammy vardy greenwood

      Or

      Pope
      Taa RICO soy dunk lunds
      MANE salah kdb mount cantwell
      Tammy vardy JOTA

      1. Karhumies
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 7 Years
        1 month, 21 days ago

        If going for the first one, I would consider Connolly as a rotation option.I also think that after a few GWs, Salah + Mane without Sterling is legit. See the latest scoutcast episode for the logic behind this.

        1. Eat my goal!
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 1 Year
          1 month, 21 days ago

          Thanks - I’ll check it out

          Connolly is a good shout

          it’ll take me 3 gws to get to either option for pools fixture run

          1. Karhumies
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 7 Years
            1 month, 21 days ago

            I like 3 forwards this season so I like the second option more than the first. If going for the second one, GW13 is when you would want Salah + Mane both. So you need to figure out what to do in the meanwhile I guess?

    • No Professionals
      • 2 Years
      1 month, 21 days ago

      Pope
      VVD Otamendi Rico
      Salah Sterling Mount McGinn
      Aguero Pukki Abraham(c)

      Button Lundstram Cantwell Kelly

      1ft 0.1m

      A) roll
      B) pukki to King
      C) aguero and pukki to aubameyang and wilson

      1. zotter
        • 10 Years
        1 month, 21 days ago

        A definitely. Then reassess next week

    • zotter
      • 10 Years
      1 month, 21 days ago

      Prediction time.

      Everton v hammers. 2-1
      Villa v Brighton. 1-0
      Bournemouth v Norwich. 2-0
      Chelsea v Newcastle. 2-0
      Leicester v Burnley. 2-1
      Spurs v Watford. 5-0
      Wolves v Saints. 3-0
      Palace v City. 2-4
      United v Liverpool. 1-3
      Sheffu v Arsenal. 1-2

      1. I Member
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        1 month, 21 days ago

        2-1
        1-1
        3-1
        2-0
        1-0
        2-1
        2-0
        0-2
        0-2
        1-1

      2. Brosstan
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 5 Years
        1 month, 21 days ago

        0-2
        3-3
        6-1
        3-1
        1-0
        0-2
        0-0
        1-3
        0-5
        2-1

        1. Warby84
          • 4 Years
          1 month, 21 days ago

          Salah C it is then

    • Ajax Hamsterdam
      • 5 Years
      1 month, 20 days ago

      Trying to fit Chelsea attack

      A Cantwell and pukki to Connolly and mount
      B ota and pukki to tomori and abraham

      Thanks

      1. wasp3000
        • 5 Years
        1 month, 20 days ago

        B

      2. Hits from the Bong
        • 1 Year
        1 month, 19 days ago

        B

    • Hits from the Bong
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 19 days ago

      Good to go here? Cheers

      Pope
      TAA Lundstram Dunk
      Sterling Son Mount McGinn
      Aguero Aubameyang Abraham

      Button Rico Cantwell Kelly