Scout Notes

Goalkeeper problems for Man City as Son returns to form immediately

Wednesday evening’s Champions League matches helped Fantasy Premier League managers in preparation for Gameweek 12.

Manchester City and Spurs both enjoyed varying degrees of success in their midweek European exploits.

We’ve highlighted the key Fantasy talking points in this latest Scout Notes article.

Arsenal also played Vitória on Wednesday night, but details of that match will be included in our Europa League round-up on Friday morning.

Atalanta 1-1 Manchester City

Ederson had to go off injured at half-time in Italy

Goals: Raheem Sterling (£12.1m)

Assists: Gabriel Jesus (£9.5m)

Red cards: Claudio Bravo (£4.8m)

Missed penalties: Jesus

Pep Guardiola could be faced with goalkeeper concerns for Manchester City’s Gameweek 12 trip to Liverpool.

Ederson (£6.1m) was taken off with a muscle injury at half-time during the 1-1 draw with Atalanta and is currently a doubt for the weekend.

His manager admitted after the game that he did not know enough to make a call about the injury, which should enhance the importance of his Friday press conference.

“I don’t know right now. It’s a muscular problem. It was a risk so we took him off as he was feeling it late in the first half. We don’t know.” – Pep Guardiola

Guardiola’s problems in goal were further exacerbated in the second half when replacement Claudio Bravo (£4.8m) was sent off.

Bravo was sent off for a questionable slide tackle on Iličić

For much of the second half, Atalanta were pushing Manchester City to get back into the game, with Mario Pašalić equalising in the 49th minute.

Then in 81st minute, Josip Iličić took advantage of Manchester City’s high defensive line and bore down on the visitors’ goal.

Bravo took the bold decision to venture out of his penalty box and slide towards the onrushing forward and, even though contact was minimal, the video assistant referee (VAR) still confirmed the red card was the correct decision.

With no more goalkeepers left on the bench, Kyle Walker (£5.9m) was forced to come on and deputise during the closing stages, replacing Riyad Mahrez (£8.4m).

Manchester City defender Kyle Walker comes on for Riyad Mahrez to play as a goalkeeper

The first thing the right-back had to do was top the free-kick from Bravo’s foul, which he just about managed to do, spilling the original effort before smothering the ball.

Manchester City did a fantastic job of protecting Walker who, after that free-kick, had next to nothing to do.

However, the more important implications revolve around who will play in goal against Liverpool.

While Bravo will not be suspended for any Premier League matches, his wild error of judgement in the closing stages could count against him when Guardiola comes to picking the team.

If the manager doesn’t fancy starting him and Ederson is not passed fit either then we could see Scott Carson (not currently priced up in FPL), involved at Anfield.

The 34-year-old has already been named in a matchday squad in the EFL Cup this season but has not made a Premier League appearance since 22 May 2011.

Manchester City struggled to contain Atalanta in the second half

While Manchester City fans are understandably concerned about the goalkeeper position ahead of a trip to Anfield, they may also have concerns about other defensive areas of the team.

Against Atalanta, Guardiola deployed Benjamin Mendy (£6.0m) and João Cancelo (£5.3m) either side of Fernandinho (£5.2m) and Nicolas Otamendi (£5.3m).

Despite a number of those among the first-choice selections at this point, they struggled to contain Atalanta, especially in the second half.

That will be quite worrying considering the huge step up in quality that Manchester City will experience when facing Liverpool on Sunday afternoon.

However, it might actually reassure owners of Mohamed Salah (£12.3m) and Sadio Mané (£12.0m) who may have originally been put off by such a big game.

Sterling has now scored four goals in his last two Champions League outings

Those still in possession of Raheem Sterling (£12.1m) may also have found encouragement in Wednesday night’s match.

Officially stationed on the left flank of the 4-3-3, with the help of Mendy, he still drifted into central areas on occasion, finishing the encounter top for shots (four) and shots on target (two).

Sterling also scored Manchester City’s only goal of the evening, a wonderful team goal inside the first six minutes.

Bernardo Silva (£7.9m) curled a ball into the penalty area which Gabriel Jesus (£9.5m) flicked into the path of Sterling, who had drifted into the middle of the penalty box, resulting in a routine poacher’s finish.

It was a mixed night for Jesus, who missed a first-half penalty

Owners of Sergio Aguero (£12.0m) may be faced with another dilemma ahead of Gameweek 12 as he was given most of the night off.

Meanwhile, it was a mixed night for Jesus who, despite setting up Sterling’s goal with a fantastic piece of skill, managed no shots on target and missed a first-half.

In fact, it was arguably one of the worst penalties of recent memory as he dragged it so far wide that all goalkeeper Pierluigi Gollini had to do was watch it trickle past his right-hand post.

Manchester City XI (4-3-3): Ederson (Bravo 46′); Mendy, Fernandinho, Otamendi, Cancelo; B Silva, Gündogan, de Bruyne; Sterling, Jesus (Aguero 73′), Mahrez (Walker 88′).

Red Star Belgrade 0-4 Spurs

Son scored twice as Spurs won 4-0 in Belgrade

Goals: Giovani Lo Celso (£7.3m), Son Heung-min x2 (£9.6m), Christian Eriksen (£8.7m)

Assists: Son, Dele Alli (£8.4m), Danny Rose (£5.4m), Ryan Sessegnon (£5.4m)

Son Heung-min (£9.6m) seemed to successfully exorcise his Gameweek 11 demons by scoring twice as Spurs won 4-0 against Red Star Belgrade.

The South Korean was incredibly distraught on Sunday afternoon as his late challenge on Andre Gomes (£5.3m) resulted in the Everton midfielder suffering a horror ankle injury.

Son was erroneously issued with a red card for his tackle but with the sending off now rescinded by an independent board and two goals midweek, he looks a much more viable option for Gameweek 12 than he did a few days ago.

“I told you, it wasn’t a big issue. It was a problem for everyone, not only for Sonny, for everyone on the pitch. We feel very sorry about what happened to Andre, but he moved on quickly. We helped him to move on. It was a mix of everything, not only the injury, the red card, how we missed the three points.” – Mauricio Pochettino

Son looked back to his usual self just a few days after a harrowing end to Sunday’s trip to Goodison Park

Son was officially deployed on the left flank of a 4-2-3-1 formation but popped up in a number of central locations throughout the match.

First, Son provided what would have been a Fantasy assist for Giovani Lo Celso‘s (£7.3m) first-ever Spurs goal, although it was perhaps one of the messiest the Champions League has ever seen.

Lo Celso started the move off by playing Harry Kane (£10.8m) through, whose poked effort underneath the goalkeeper hit the post.

Son’s rebounded shot was blocked on the line, before a defender headed the ball out and Moussa Sissoko (£4.9m) prodded it back into the six-yard box.

Kane then blasted a shot across the goal-line from a tight angle, Son sticking a leg out on the back-post and hits the bar before Lo Celso finally stuck it in the net.

Son then found the net himself in the second half as Spurs scored from a brilliant counter-attack move.

Tanguy Ndombèlé (£5.9m) drove the ball into Red Star’s half, squared it inside to Dele Alli (£8.4m), who then moved it on again to Son on the left.

The South Korean let it just run across his body before slotting home emphatically with his left foot.

Shortly afterwards he made it 3-0. Danny Rose (£5.4m) was unleashed down the left-hand side, receiving a perfectly weighted ball from Kane, before squaring to an unmarked Son at the back-post.

Crucially, the South Korean was then replaced by Ryan Sessegnon (£5.4m) in the 75th minute, perhaps safeguarding his chance of starting against Sheffield United.

Lo Celso (left) scored on his full Spurs debut

Also encouraging was the performance of Lo Celso, who capped his full debut for Spurs with a goal.

With Christian Eriksen (£8.7m) not having the best of campaigns, Spurs have been seriously lacking creativity in the middle of the park.

Lo Celso himself has had a delayed introduction into the team, an early-season hip injury limiting him to just six substitute appearances.

However, against Red Star, the Argentinian, featuring from the beginning, played some nice passes to his team-mates and displaying delivery from set pieces that were better than Eriksen has shown this season.

He was also on hand to bundle home that remarkably bizarre first-half goal for Spurs.

“I think (Lo Celso’s performance) was very good. Always it’s difficult for a new player when he arrives, and after the team was very successful last season. He arrived at the end of the pre-season. The circumstances were that he was behind everyone, got injured with the national team and then it was about building his fitness and his confidence, and then waiting for the opportunity to be in the starting XI and feel the opportunity. I am happy because he is a very good player and his personality and character is great. Now he only needs time like Tanguy [Ndombele] and Ryan Sessegnon. They are so young. They arrive now to the team in difficult circumstances, not the best circumstances. That is why like I tell you always I don’t expect too much, I am happy with that they provide to the team. They need time. I am happy with the players.” – Mauricio Pochettino

However, Pochettino did admit that he was not sure yet whether he could use Lo Celso for the Gameweek 12 clash with Sheffield United.

He also referenced Alli and Ndombèlé as players he was unsure of at this stage.

“Now we’ve finished the game we need to assess all the players now. We need to assess Dele, we need to assess Tanguy, we need to assess Giovani. Plenty of players that are…we play Sunday, then Wednesday and now we will play Saturday. It is so short the time to recovery that we need to be sure that everyone who is going to compete on Saturday, another massive game for us, is going to be fresh and in condition to be really competitive because we need to really strong and competitive against a very good team like Sheffield United.” – Mauricio Pochettino

Spurs did keep a clean sheet in Belgrade but were fortunate to do so

Perhaps the only real blot on Spurs’ copybook in Belgrade was some poor defending, which they were fortunate not to have been punished by.

On two occasions, spaces were opened up behind the two centre-backs, Davinson Sánchez (£5.3m) and Eric Dier (£4.9m).

The first time, a loose ball was pounced on by Milan Pavkov who went clean through and forced a sprawling save from Paulo Gazzaniga (£4.4m).

Former Huddersfield Town man Rajiv van la Parra then exposed another hole at the back with his pace, Gazzaniga forced into turning it on to the post before Sánchez’s poor attempt to play it back to the goalkeeper turns it onto the bar.

However, the main encouragement for Spurs to take from this game was the result itself. Incredibly, this was their first away win of the season.

“I am very pleased. It is a very difficult place, it was a very good victory, it was fully deserved in the way that we approached. The way we started the game it was fantastic, we talked a lot with the players and we designed a plan to play and it was good to dominate and play in the opposition half, that was the idea. We provided them the ability to grow during the game with the atmosphere they were going to face here. I think it was fantastic, we have to keep going it is only a very, very small step. But it is a step forward.” – Mauricio Pochettino

Tottenham Hotspur XI (4-2-3-1): Gazzaniga; Rose, Dier, D Sánchez, Foyth; Ndombèlé, Sissoko; Son (Sessegnon 75′), Alli (Eriksen 62′), Lo Celso (Skipp 86′); Kane.

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597 Comments Post a Comment
  1. ShaunGoater123
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 5 Years
    8 months, 7 days ago

    How's this looking, GTG?

    Gazza

    Tomori / Lundstram / Rico

    Sterling / Mane / KDB / Mount

    Abraham / Auba / Jimeneze (C)

    Button / Lowton / dendonker / soyuncu

    1. Klip Klopp
      • 4 Years
      8 months, 7 days ago

      Solid team. How long are you keeping kdb for?

      1. ShaunGoater123
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 5 Years
        8 months, 7 days ago

        might move him on next week for Son. but will see how this weekend goes

    2. Tsparkes10
      • 1 Year
      8 months, 7 days ago

      Nice but I'd be tempted to start Lowton over Rico

      1. ShaunGoater123
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 5 Years
        8 months, 7 days ago

        yeah could be tempting. only thing is rico has more chance of attacking returns

  2. Klip Klopp
    • 4 Years
    8 months, 7 days ago

    Got rid of KDB last night. Thoughts on my team now?

    Pope
    Tomori / Lundstrum / TAA
    Yarmelenko / Salah / Martial / Sterling
    Jiminez / Vardy / Abraham

    Bench: Button, Rico, Dendoncker, Kelly

    Is my team and bench in order?

    1. Tsparkes10
      • 1 Year
      8 months, 7 days ago

      Vv nice. SV? Everything looks spot on. Captain?

      1. Klip Klopp
        • 4 Years
        8 months, 7 days ago

        Squad Value is 100.8 and I have 1m in the bank. Is that sv any good? I never know. I try not to make my transfers super early anymore as I’ve been burned in the past haha.

        Maybe Abraham captain this week. What about you?

    2. 1Banksy
      • 4 Years
      8 months, 7 days ago

      Nice, I thinking of selling KDB too, can buy and captain Son to make some ground, good idea?

      1. Klip Klopp
        • 4 Years
        8 months, 7 days ago

        Yeah definitely a good idea. I went with Martial as I didnt have enough for Son but if Son explodes then I might get him after the international break

  3. CroatianHammer
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 4 Years
    8 months, 7 days ago

    About 80000 net fewer Sterlings in the game this week alone... maybe a price drop coming, but nevertheless it's now -ev to sell him IMO

  4. HVT
    • 9 Years
    8 months, 7 days ago

    Anyone know how to suspend a player from a mini league?
    When I search for his (any) name in the search bar in the league admin page - it just goes blank?

    I’ve don’t this in the past with no issues.
    Thanks

    1. ElliotJHP
      • 8 Years
      8 months, 7 days ago

      How many points clear of you is he?

      1. HVT
        • 9 Years
        8 months, 6 days ago

        He never paid up!

    2. GARY AND JAMIE
      • 6 Years
      8 months, 7 days ago

      i have same issue

      1. HVT
        • 9 Years
        8 months, 6 days ago

        I’ve mailed FPL now..

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

    Sold Son to Mount on Sunday because of RC, then Mount got injured so I sold him for CHO, now hearing Mount isnt injured at all??? Whats even the point watching news updates and spending my hours scrutinizing the articles and comments on here when it all turns out to be fake news??

    1. Tsparkes10
      • 1 Year
      8 months, 7 days ago

      It's called being patient 🙂 was every chance Son would be overturned and nothing was confirmed about Mount. Had 4 days to recover

    2. Christina.
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 10 Years
      8 months, 7 days ago

      shame man. so sorry. next year maybe.

      1. Brosstan
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 5 Years
        8 months, 7 days ago

        New chance for both of us I guess... 🙁

    3. Tsparkes10
      • 1 Year
      8 months, 7 days ago

      Fs. You're trolling aren't you lol

    4. TheDragon
      • 2 Years
      8 months, 7 days ago

      Wait until you hear about Gomes.....

      1. GreennRed
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 8 Years
        8 months, 7 days ago

        His leg is Grand.

    5. iL PiStOlErO
      • 1 Year
      8 months, 7 days ago

      Crazy last few days. This is why I said I'll wait to Friday no matter what. I'll almoust done the same thing. Now I am glad I was patient and kept Son, could pay off big time. CHO should hopefully play big part of the game. Good luck

    6. Richard Richard (AKA: Anzhi…
      • 4 Years
      8 months, 7 days ago

      Well we can all agree that we waste too much time on FPL related news. On balance your research usually pays off I'm sure. Enough to make up the stress and man-hours...well probably not.

      1. Richard Richard (AKA: Anzhi…
        • 4 Years
        8 months, 7 days ago

        Just on the topic of fake news...
        Fake news by the way is deliberately misleading spin and misinformation (like the Lib Dems leaflet scandal that got them in trouble on SkyNews for example, or the Boris 'Kulaks' headline in the telegraph yesterday). I don't think anyone has done that on Mason Mount's ankle 🙂 just yet.

        1. Brosstan
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 5 Years
          8 months, 7 days ago

          What do you call it then when people on here advice me to sell Mount because hes injured? Some fake news people on here should be banned.

          1. Richard Richard (AKA: Anzhi…
            • 4 Years
            8 months, 7 days ago

            Fair play - you are probably right then!

  6. Zim0
    • 1 Year
    8 months, 7 days ago

    DeBruyne or Sterling?

    1. iL PiStOlErO
      • 1 Year
      8 months, 7 days ago

      Kevin

    2. Klip Klopp
      • 4 Years
      8 months, 7 days ago

      Sterling all day

    3. 1Banksy
      • 4 Years
      8 months, 7 days ago

      Sterling. Next Q, De Bryune or Son?

  7. Taegugk Warrior
    • 2 Years
    8 months, 7 days ago

    Chose 1 to bench
    A. Rico
    B. Willems
    C. Wilson

    1. ElliotJHP
      • 8 Years
      8 months, 7 days ago

      Which Wilson? Assuming Callum, I'd say Rico

      1. Taegugk Warrior
        • 2 Years
        8 months, 7 days ago

        Yes... Callum...
        so bench Rico...
        and then start Willems and Wilson who againts each other

        1. ElliotJHP
          • 8 Years
          8 months, 7 days ago

          Half my team is against each other

  8. Davidwes
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 1 Year
    8 months, 7 days ago

    Is it worth doing sterling---> Mane next week?(i have no liverpool attacker)

    1. Klip Klopp
      • 4 Years
      8 months, 7 days ago

      Isnt there another way you can get Mane in?

    2. AzzaroMax99
      • 3 Years
      8 months, 7 days ago

      If u have kdb then it is ok. I’m thinking to downgrade salah to mane and sterling to kdb for next gw and maybe even buy firmino.

      1. Davidwes
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 1 Year
        8 months, 7 days ago

        I am thinking of doing
        Sterling,kdb,pukki--->Mane,maddison,vardy

        1. iL PiStOlErO
          • 1 Year
          8 months, 7 days ago

          Thats too much if you don't have Kun also.

          1. Davidwes
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 1 Year
            8 months, 7 days ago

            I dont feel like having a city player is essential. Pretty bad fixtures and poor form. However not having liverpool or leicester options makes me scared

            1. iL PiStOlErO
              • 1 Year
              8 months, 7 days ago

              True but City is City. Not having them also makes you hide behind the couch. Maybe keep KdB.

              1. Davidwes
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 1 Year
                8 months, 7 days ago

                I can keep kdb. If so i will have to do auba--> Jimenez
                But aubameyangs fixtures are so good!

                1. iL PiStOlErO
                  • 1 Year
                  8 months, 7 days ago

                  Keep Auba also. Lol. But seriously I have him and keeping him. I would just do one City out. Ster>Mane is the nove but not sure if this week before the derby

                  1. Davidwes
                    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                    • 1 Year
                    8 months, 7 days ago

                    That would mean no vardy though:(. Really difficult dilemma haha

                    1. iL PiStOlErO
                      • 1 Year
                      8 months, 7 days ago

                      I am currently going that way but have Madds. Just go with your gut and good luck.

                      1. Davidwes
                        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                        • 1 Year
                        8 months, 7 days ago

                        Cheers, thanks for your help!

                      2. iL PiStOlErO
                        • 1 Year
                        8 months, 7 days ago

                        I dont know if I helped or even confused you further, lol. Cheers amigo

                      3. Davidwes
                        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                        • 1 Year
                        8 months, 7 days ago

                        Hahaha definetly confused me more

  9. HarryB29
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 2 Years
    8 months, 7 days ago

    How are we looking? 2FT used on KDB and Wilson to Vardy and Maddison. 1.0 ITB / TV 103

    Pope
    TAA Lundstram Rico
    Mount Sterling Maddison Mane
    Jimenez Vardy Abraham

    Button Soyuncu Cantwell Mings

  10. TheDragon
    • 2 Years
    8 months, 7 days ago

    Pukki is a great captain option and will outscore Vardy this week

    1. AzzaroMax99
      • 3 Years
      8 months, 7 days ago

      LoL

  11. ElliotJHP
    • 8 Years
    8 months, 7 days ago

    Is Fantasy Football a good use of time?

    1. GreennRed
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      8 months, 7 days ago

      Below sex and drinking but quite good time.

      1. Boris Bodega: Holly's …
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 5 Years
        8 months, 7 days ago

        Try doing all three...

        1. GreennRed
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 8 Years
          8 months, 7 days ago

          I have but herself wasn't too happy.

  12. Bumbaclot
    • 9 Years
    8 months, 7 days ago

    So I am struggling more than I ever have this year and I’m not sure why. Gone from top to 20 points off bottom in my mini league and am desperate for help.

    Pope
    TAA/tomori/Lund
    Salah/kdb/mount/cantwell
    Aubs/jiminez/Tammy

    Subs: button/Rico/diop/guendouzi

    I’ve got 2.7 itb and 1ft. I’m thinking cantwell to Maddison or tielmans this week but any help welcomed. Thanks

    1. ElliotJHP
      • 8 Years
      8 months, 7 days ago

      If you are starting Cantwell as fourth mid that is the right move mate

      1. Bumbaclot
        • 9 Years
        8 months, 7 days ago

        You think maddy or tielmans?

    2. GreennRed
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      8 months, 7 days ago

      Cantwell to Pulisic.

      1. GreennRed
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 8 Years
        8 months, 7 days ago

        Or not, you have 3 Chelsea. Get Madisson so but I'm not convinced by him.

  13. FPLGraham
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 2 Years
    8 months, 7 days ago

    Is it confirmed that Jimenez will miss Mexico games over next IB? Bit of a game changer if he gets two weeks off before favourable run of games.

    1. Nuno
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 6 Years
      8 months, 7 days ago

      "Mexico coach Gerardo Martino has decided to leave Jimenez out of international fixtures in October and November, which gives the striker a chance to recover before Wolves resume action against Southampton on October 19."

      This was from the last international break, where he was given time off so more than likely true.

      1. FPLGraham
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 2 Years
        8 months, 7 days ago

        Wkd cheers. Will keep eyes peeled for announcement!

  14. GreennRed
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 8 Years
    8 months, 7 days ago

    Pep should have stuck Jesus in goal. He has history.

    1. iL PiStOlErO
      • 1 Year
      8 months, 7 days ago

      Jesus saves.

      1. GreennRed
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 8 Years
        8 months, 7 days ago

        It's been well known for years. How does Pep not know it?

        1. iL PiStOlErO
          • 1 Year
          8 months, 7 days ago

          Probably cause he is playing too much roulette so he doesn't have time for that. Gambler.

          1. GreennRed
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 8 Years
            8 months, 7 days ago

            2 dudes in suits knocked on my door last week asking me if I had found Jesus. I asked them if they had tried Whatsapping him.

  15. Tony Martial
    • 1 Year
    8 months, 7 days ago

    Sorry posted earlier and no replies

    Suggestions?- time to ditch Kun???

    Ryan,Button

    TAA,Lundstram,Rico,Kelly*,Hanley*

    Mount,Mane,Maddison,KDB,Saka*

    Kun,Abraham,Vardy

    Thank you!

    1. iL PiStOlErO
      • 1 Year
      8 months, 7 days ago

      I would maybe wait one more week. He is starting this week and could return.

      1. Tony Martial
        • 1 Year
        8 months, 7 days ago

        Yeah what about there after?

        1. iL PiStOlErO
          • 1 Year
          8 months, 7 days ago

          Kun to Jimmy or Rash and use the rest of the money for upgrading defence or Saka.

  16. OptimusBlack
    • 7 Years
    8 months, 7 days ago

    What do you think ?
    Sterling > Mane
    Yaaaay
    Naaay
    I have Kün & KDB

    1. iL PiStOlErO
      • 1 Year
      8 months, 7 days ago

      Yaay

    2. The 12th Man
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 6 Years
      8 months, 7 days ago

      Move I’m probably doing next week.

      1. Nuno
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 6 Years
        8 months, 7 days ago

        Likewise

  17. VinMar
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 3 Years
    8 months, 7 days ago

    On WC

    A.) KDB + Maddison
    B.) Son + Martial

    1. iL PiStOlErO
      • 1 Year
      8 months, 7 days ago

      Shame you can't have them all. So A, better teams and form

    2. GreennRed
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      8 months, 7 days ago

      Son and Madisson.

  18. _Ninja_
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 9 Years
    8 months, 7 days ago

    Best option from these?

    A. KDB Son
    B Sterling Martial

  19. pax888
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 8 Years
    8 months, 7 days ago

    MOST BORING QUESTION EVER!

    Hayden or Dendoncker and why? Neither will play for me just bench fodder.

    1. _Ninja_
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      8 months, 7 days ago

      Hayden not as nailed but more likely to get an assist. I'd risk Hayden

      1. CroatianHammer
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        8 months, 7 days ago

        I had Hayden last year, found him reliable for his price. Newkie pure pants this year though. If you can get him before any possible turn in fortune, he'd be alright I guess... but you'd be hard pressed to ever justify starting him, although he might appreciate in value

  20. FantasyFooty01
    • 2 Years
    8 months, 7 days ago

    Into week 6 of last man standing who should I pick next. Comment below. So far picked-
    Arsenal
    Man City
    Leicester
    Man United
    Liverpool

  21. Smell the Lavender
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 2 Years
    8 months, 7 days ago

    Any assistance would be appreciated, friends. 0FT (1.2m ITB for next GW though) and I don't think I need to take a hit (haven't done so all season) but are the subs correct and in the right order?

    Pope
    TAA / Tomori / Janmaat
    Salah / KDB / Mount / Tielemans
    Vardy / Abraham / Haller

    Heaton / Soyuncu / Lundstram / Ceballos

  22. Yoshioka
    • 1 Year
    8 months, 7 days ago

    Start one, both playing away

    A) Rico (new)
    B) Maupay (mun)