Scout Notes

What next for Liverpool’s FPL assets after 4-0 thrashing at Man City?

Man City 4-0 Liverpool

  • Goals: Kevin De Bruyne (£10.7m), Raheem Sterling (£11.7m), Phil Foden (£5.2m)
  • Own Goals: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (£6.2m)
  • Assists: Sterling x2, Foden, De Bruyne
  • Bonus Points: De Bruyne x3, Sterling x2, Foden x1

Fantasy Premier League managers were given their first glimpse at Liverpool assets following last week’s long-awaited Premier League title win… and it was not pretty. Hope now rests on a fierce backlash for the upcoming Aston Villa match in Gameweek 33+.

After walking out to a guard of honour at the Etihad Stadium, Jurgen Klopp’s men were thumped 4-0 by Manchester City in one of the worst Liverpool displays of recent years.

We always expected a slight drop-off in quality from the Reds once the title was wrapped up, but very few would have predicted that this would manifest itself at the Etihad Stadium, where Liverpool had the chance to beat their title-rivals on the pitch as well as the table.

What followed was a performance of extremely poor defending and profligacy in the final third. While the game itself was relatively even for large spells, Manchester City were the side whose quality shone through in the key areas at both ends of the field.

“They used their chances – not all, but a lot – and we didn’t. So if City was 100 per cent deserving of course today, but a 5-3 or something like that would have been possible as well.” – Jurgen Klopp

Klopp strongly denied any criticism of his players’ attitudes at full-time, insisting only their focus was lacking in Gameweek 32+. Either way, the celebrations of the club’s first English top-flight title for 30 years are unlikely to have helped the preparation for this game.

“We didn’t behave like somebody who became champions a week ago. So like, it’s not important. It’s all good. We lacked fluidity, and that’s for sure, and in some situations – 50/50 situations – they were quicker than us in mind.” – Jurgen Klopp

The question hanging over Liverpool now is whether or not they will bounce back for the Gameweek 33+ visit of Aston Villa to Anfield. Well, there were certainly signs at the Etihad Stadium that they are capable of responding to this defeat.

It might be seven hours and 42 minutes since Liverpool’s last away goal in any competition, but five successive blanks on the road will mean nothing to them on home turf, even if there is no crowd to cheer them on.

Had Klopp’s men been handed slightly more luck against Manchester City, they might have been two goals to the good before Raheem Sterling (£11.7m) won a first-half penalty on Thursday evening.

Mohamed Salah (£12.6m) was responsible for both of these chances, drawing a save from Ederson (£6.0m) for a fourth-minute volley and striking the post after a 19th-minute counter on Manchester City’s high defensive line.

Sadio Mané (£12.5m) will also be kicking himself after getting into an unmarked position from close range in the 11th minute, only to nod a Trent Alexander-Arnold (£7.8m) cross from deep into the ground.

Owners of both Salah and Mané are almost certain to hold onto Liverpool’s dangermen for Gameweek 33+ and a Gameweek 34+ trip to Brighton looks like a good a place as any to arrest their goalless run on the road. After all, this was the first time they have blanked in five away matches in all competitions since 1992. That has to end soon for a team as good as this one.

However, Fantasy managers may want to see some defensive improvements from Liverpool when Aston Villa come to Anfield, if nothing else, just to ease their minds.

For all the Reds’ excellent organisation at the back over the last two seasons, they were torn apart at ease by Pep Guardiola’s troops on Thursday night, with Andrew Robertson (£7.0m) and Joe Gomez (£5.3m) coming in for the lion’s share of the criticism.

The left-back was pulled out of position far too many times for a player of his quality, allowing Phil Foden (£5.2m) all the time he needed to slot in Manchester City’s third goal, while Gomez was run ragged by Sterling before Klopp replaced him with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (£6.2m) at half-time, almost as an act of mercy.

To put Liverpool’s Gameweek 32+ defending into context, this was the first time they trailed by three goals at half-time of a Premier League since May 2015, as they went onto lose to Stoke City on the final day of the season. The last time Klopp found himself 3-0 down at that stage of a league match was way back during his time at Mainz in 2007.

Meanwhile, Alexander-Arnold’s deduction of two points for conceding four times in a match is the first time that has happened since Gameweek 4 of the 2017/18 season, when he cost just £4.5m.

While the Reds’ attacking FPL assets appear safer from the risk of rotation for the next match, alterations to the back-line hardly feel out of the question, in light of some of their performances.

For example, Neco Williams (£4.0m) has impressed in his recent cameo appearances and would not look out of place operating in Alexander-Arnold’s role for Gameweek 33+.

Klopp arguably has less choice when it comes to tweaking his defensive set-up, now that Joel Matip (£5.2m) is out for the season and Dejan Lovren (£5.3m) missed the Manchester City game with an injury, so Gomez could earn a recall against Aston Villa. Alternatively, Fabinho (£5.4m) could reprise his role from the second half of Thursday night alongside Virgil van Dijk (£6.5m) if required.

However, it must be remembered that, from a defensive perspective, Liverpool’s upcoming fixtures remain promising with Aston Villa (home), Brighton (away) and Burnley (home) their next three opponents. Dean Smith’s men are certainly unlikely to match Manchester City’s attacking credentials in Gameweek 33+, having blanked in two of their four matches since the Premier League restart.

While Manchester City’s assets were the stars of Thursday night, their success comes with caveats of their own.

Kevin De Bruyne (£10.7m) was his usual imperious self, completely dominating proceedings with his goal and assist. He was at the heart of virtually every Manchester City attack and could have ended the game with a much higher score than he did.

The Belgian played Foden in for a decent blocked shot in the eighth minute, before sliding Gabriel Jesus (£9.6m) into a one-on-one with Alisson (£6.2m), which the Liverpool goalkeeper won.

De Bruyne exposed Robertson’s poor positioning once again midway through the first period, finding Jesus in space with an exquisite pass, only for the Brazilian to screw agonisingly wide.

The 50th minute saw another of De Bruyne’s near-assists. This time he was the one getting behind Robertson on the right, squaring to an onrushing Foden, whose clever attempt at goal was cleared off the line by van Dijk.

De Bruyne was then “robbed” of an assist when Sterling put away the fourth goal just after the hour, his slightly wayward shot from the Belgian’s excellent crossfield pass turned into the net by Oxlade-Chamberlain.

Then, substitute Riyad Mahrez (£8.5m) was put through the middle by De Bruyne in the closing stages but dragged wide.

“(De Bruyne is) a really good player. He has something unique. He can run, the vision he has. The personality right now, making four penalties in a row when we struggled this season with them. Right now he’s the best.” – Pep Guardiola

Crucially, De Bruyne got his 11th goal of the season, taking his FPL points tally for the season to 215, breaking his previous record of 209 (2017/18). That goal came from the penalty spot, as the former Chelsea man retains control of the spot-kicks, as well as a 100% record for them this season.

Even though he has averaged 9.3 points per game since the Premier League restart, De Bruyne owners may be somewhat concerned about the prospect of rotation for the Gameweek 33+ trip to Southampton.

With just two days for recovery, he played 90 minutes against Liverpool while David Silva (£7.3m) stayed on the bench all evening and Mahrez and Bernardo Silva (£7.7m) featured only as second-half substitutes.

The same caveat also applies to Foden, who is proving just how explosive he can be when he starts matches.

As much as De Bruyne was the key player at the Etihad Stadium, Foden was his more-than-capable side-kick, linking up well with his colleagues as part of Manchester City’s front-three, creating chances and sticking them away with composure beyond his years. 

A 12-point haul against Liverpool was Foden’s second double-digit score in as many home starts and he is yet to blank in a match he has played some part in since the Premier League restart.

However, whether or not Foden can immediately reward managers who sign him for Gameweek 33+, of course, remains to be seen, considering he played 90 minutes on Thursday night.

“(Phil Foden) is a midfield player. In time he is going to learn to play holding midfielder even, because he can. When he takes the ball, he is aggressive against defenders, and shoots and scores. We cannot waste that. It is so difficult to find that quality.” – Pep Guardiola

By contrast, Mahrez’s benching arguably makes him the go-to Manchester City option for Sunday’s game, especially as he came close to further Fantasy returns against Liverpool. The Algerian snuck a powerful shot inside the near post during the closing stages, only to see it ruled out for a Foden handball in the build-up. That was a rather unfortunate way to see the goal chalked off which, had it stood, would have left Mahrez with attacking returns in every single match since the return of the Premier League. Particularly ominous as he will almost certainly start at St. Mary’s.

The same could be said of Sterling, perhaps to a lesser extent. He produced arguably his best performance of 2020 against Liverpool, spending some time at centre-forward again, and was brought off in the 78th minute, perhaps with one eye on Gameweek 33+. That said, the Englishman has been better at home recently, registering double-figures in each of his last two at the Etihad, but you have to go back to Gameweek 19 for his last attacking return on the road.

Finally, the weeks that followed Sergio Aguero‘s (£11.7m) injury have been not been kind to those hoping Jesus would become an auto-include for our Fantasy teams.

The Liverpool outing was only his second start since the Premier League came back and, to make matters worse, the Brazilian offered next to nothing.

Nothing summed up his evening more than the moment that earned him an early substitution in the 58th minute. Drifting out to the right-hand side, he played a square ball to nobody in particular, giving up possession to spark a Liverpool counter-attack. Instantly, Guardiola leapt up and ordered Mahrez to stop warming up so that he could come onto the pitch.

Manchester City XI (4-3-3): Ederson; Mendy, Laporte (Otamendi 79′), Garcia, Walker (Cancelo 73′); Rodrigo, Gundogan, De Bruyne; Sterling (B Silva 79′), Jesus (Mahrez 58′), Foden.

Liverpool XI (4-3-3): Alisson; Robertson, van Dijk, Gomez (Oxlade-Chamberlain 46′), Alexander-Arnold (N Williams 76′); Fabinho, Henderson, Wijnaldum (Keïta 62′); Mané, Firmino (Origi 62′), Salah.

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1,427 Comments Post a Comment
  1. The Overthinker
    • 3 Years
    3 months, 27 days ago

    Solskjaer: "If there are a couple of changes don't be surprised just because we have got to look after the players. I've got many reasons to play the same team that did so well against Sheffield and Brighton but I also have reasons to rotate."

    1. mynameisq
      • 7 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      Ole's attempt at mindgames, barring an injury he will go with the same 11. The likes of Lingard Pereira James are not up to scratch

      The cm area is the rotation worry as Fred and mctominay can at least do a job

    2. _Ninja_
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 10 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      James could start over Greenwood as he played full 90 midweek.

    3. Klaren
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      Shaw, Matic and possibly Greenwood are the only ones at risk.

  2. Little Red Lacazette
    • 4 Years
    3 months, 27 days ago

    Captain one:
    A. Bruno
    B. Salah
    C. KDB.

    1. g40steve
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      Thinking A

    2. mynameisq
      • 7 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      If all were to start, kdb, Bruno, Salah

      Salah last because I think Liverpool rotate heavily so even if he plays he will be playing alongside youth

    3. Vertigo
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      Harder than it looks.

      But, A: Bruno

    4. _Ninja_
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 10 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      A has the highest PPG in fpl and is least likely to be rested this weekend.

    5. Little Red Lacazette
      • 4 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      Cheers all, on A right now.

    6. tuvok
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      B. Salah is desperate for goals, Liverpool will want to bounce back, no reason for him to be rested.

      It's tough but KDB slight rotation threat & Bruno plays deeper than Salah. Salah's more likely to be involved in Liverpool's goals than Bruno is in United's

      1. Little Red Lacazette
        • 4 Years
        3 months, 27 days ago

        Yes, something to consider.

      2. Better off with a pin and a…
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 8 Years
        3 months, 27 days ago

        This is my thinking as well. Personally think LIV will want a big bounce back from last night and will go all out for it this weekend. Could be wrong, of course. Bruno (or other Utd. attackers) good call for this week also, though. I fear KDB rotation.

  3. wilson007
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 1 Year
    3 months, 27 days ago

    Pope
    TAA Doh AWB
    Salah KDB Bruno(C) Pulisic
    Jimmy Rash DCL

    G2G?

    1. Little Red Lacazette
      • 4 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      All set.

    2. _Ninja_
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 10 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      G2G, I have the exact same except from Mahrez over Pulisic.

    3. wilson007
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      3 months, 27 days ago

      Cheers guys 🙂 good luck to you!

    4. Annie
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      bench order?

      1. wilson007
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 1 Year
        3 months, 27 days ago

        Lascelles, Guen, Kilman. Not the best bench, I know!

        1. Shatner's Bassoon
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 2 Years
          3 months, 27 days ago

          fine though to have Lasc covering trent if he gets rested.

          1. wilson007
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 1 Year
            3 months, 27 days ago

            Thanks mate.

  4. Dubores
      3 months, 27 days ago

      2FT, 0.2 ITB.
      Pope (Button)
      TAA - Lascelles - Doherty (Kiko, Holgate)
      Salah, Son, Bruno, Sarr (Guendouzi)
      Jimenez, DCL, Ings

      A) Son, Sarr -> KDB, Foden
      B) DCL, Son -> Rashford, Willian/Pullisic
      C) DCL, Sarr, Son (-4) -> Greenwood, KDB, Pulisic/Willian
      D) DCL, Guendouzi, Son (-4) -> Greenwood, KDB, Saint-Maximin (play 3-5-2 with Ings/Greenwood on bench)

      Would really like to bring in both KDB and Rashford but don't really see how I could do it. Any other suggestions welcome, thank you in advance!

    • Fit_to_drop
      • 1 Year
      3 months, 27 days ago

      Is this move worth a hit?

      Rashford, Saka >> Mahrez, Greenwood -4

      1. IRBOX ⚽
        • 3 Years
        3 months, 27 days ago

        Awful transfers

        1. Pompel
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 6 Years
          3 months, 27 days ago

          Wouldnt say that, O think it can pay off for remaining mayches - if Greenwood gets the minutes.

      2. _Ninja_
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 10 Years
        3 months, 27 days ago

        I'd just save FT this week,

      3. tuvok
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 2 Years
        3 months, 27 days ago

        Not for a hit, Rashford out for a hit could really bite you

      4. Little Red Lacazette
        • 4 Years
        3 months, 27 days ago

        Rashford and Saka could outscore your transfers.

      5. Wrong Captain Choice - Ag i…
        • 11 Years
        3 months, 27 days ago

        Why all the Mahrez love? He will be in and out of the team between now and the end of the season priced 8.5. It is not as if he is 5.3 like foden. Rashford will start every game for man utd plus they are playing well. And Saka is good value for arsenal.

        1. Vertigo
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 2 Years
          3 months, 27 days ago

          Because he'll definitely play this weekend, vs Southampton.

          1. Wrong Captain Choice - Ag i…
            • 11 Years
            3 months, 27 days ago

            Not worth it for a hit like that I think. think foden is better value long term (rest of season) even if he does not start next game.

            1. Shatner's Bassoon
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 2 Years
              3 months, 27 days ago

              I agree, he might be a nice option if you have Son + no other fires to put out so you can just shift to him for free.

              Wouldn't take a hit though. Might be better to wait for GW34. Saints have had a week off and will harry City...

    • Gunner Boy
      • 5 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      Those with TC chip left, when are you planning to use it? And on who?

    • pingissimus
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      3 months, 27 days ago

      Just thinking 9.5 or thereabouts up front could be a great price point next season

      Jim
      Ings
      Martial
      Werner
      Firmino
      Kane (!)

      1. Wrong Captain Choice - Ag i…
        • 11 Years
        3 months, 27 days ago

        Firmino has really gone off the boil should get a drop next season?

        1. pingissimus
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 1 Year
          3 months, 27 days ago

          Maybe but still hard to see him below 9.0.

          Ings I doubt will go that high but should be in the general region of a swap

          1. Wrong Captain Choice - Ag i…
            • 11 Years
            3 months, 27 days ago

            Ings is a great player it is only injuries that made liverpool sell him. Wish I kept faith in him in fpl very consistent.

      2. Little Red Lacazette
        • 4 Years
        3 months, 27 days ago

        Firmino at 8.5M

      3. Better off with a pin and a…
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 8 Years
        3 months, 27 days ago

        And Vardy. You think Martial will be a forward next year?

    • Shatner's Bassoon
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      If you knew Salah would start at the weekend he'd surely be the best captain.

      Targett out as well.

      1. Wrong Captain Choice - Ag i…
        • 11 Years
        3 months, 27 days ago

        I have no Mane or Salah so I am going TAA (C). Liverpool clean sheet surely and maybe an assist or two.

        1. mynameisq
          • 7 Years
          3 months, 27 days ago

          You sure he'll start?

          1. Shatner's Bassoon
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 2 Years
            3 months, 27 days ago

            Personally out of all the big assets he's the one I'd be most concerned over.

            Neco Williams looked good & Trent been a little off it so could be a good type of game to give him a rest.

            1. mynameisq
              • 7 Years
              3 months, 27 days ago

              Exactly my view too

            2. Sterling Archer
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 3 Years
              3 months, 27 days ago

              I need to make 0.1 from Holgate to make my main change, thinking just get neco williams and put him 1st sub.

      2. Sterling Archer
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 3 Years
        3 months, 27 days ago

        Klopps presser is at 1pm, he may shed some light on it

        1. Shatner's Bassoon
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 2 Years
          3 months, 27 days ago

          cheers

      3. popey
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 2 Years
        3 months, 27 days ago

        villa fan and own Salah but i Targett playing probably better for Salah than Taylor

        Although Taylor is pretty awful he won't venture past half way line, Targett would be getting forward and leaving big gaps

        not sure if no fans and potential fatigue/rotation means this is the best time we could play at Anfield, or after last night we are now in line for a massive backlash...

    • Pegboy
      • 10 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      Had a bad week but clinging on in top 10k

      Patricio (Martin)
      TAA Doherty Taylor (Lascelles Kiko)
      KdB Mane Bruno (c) Son Barnes
      Jimenez DCL (Nkeiah)

      2FT £0.2m

      Feeling a little light on Man U. As a Spurs fan I know how peripheral Son has looked. Barnes has got a nice fixture but probably needs to go.

      a) Barnes + Son > Mahrez + Pulisic
      b) Kiko + Son > AWB + Martial
      c) DCL + Son > Rashford + Pulisic

      1. Shatner's Bassoon
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 2 Years
        3 months, 27 days ago

        I like A from that lot. Spurs defend anything similar to how they did against SHU or even West Ham, which i'm sure you watched, I think DCL gets chances.

      2. Wrong Captain Choice - Ag i…
        • 11 Years
        3 months, 27 days ago

        I like c myself first glance.

      3. Geordienufc1
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 7 Years
        3 months, 27 days ago

        Similar dilemma to me indeed. A perhaps more of a differential. C perhaps a safer play. Barnes needs moving soon but he could become Foden in a week or two for extra city representation.

    • FPL Kaka
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      Starting to reconsider my Jesus plan , just rewatched the City Liv highlights and he did assist the assister for the second goal

      Am I clutching at straws or should he come good for the odd goal?

      1. Sterling Archer
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 3 Years
        3 months, 27 days ago

        been very poor since restart, looks out of shape. cud easily score a few tap ins tho

        1. Shatner's Bassoon
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 2 Years
          3 months, 27 days ago

          yeah this is what i'd say as well. Can always haul because he plays for City but i've not been impressed with him & there are better striker options for cheaper.

      2. Wrong Captain Choice - Ag i…
        • 11 Years
        3 months, 27 days ago

        I would prefer Rashford at that price if you don't already have him.

        1. FPL Kaka
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 5 Years
          3 months, 27 days ago

          I have Rash already. Tbf I am not worried about poor form, my main worry is does he start against Southampton?

          With KDB behind him he could easily haul

          1. Wrong Captain Choice - Ag i…
            • 11 Years
            3 months, 27 days ago

            Keep him so and give him another game. Keep a close eye on his movement and involvement and see if there is any improvement likely. I suppose Sterling could play false nine. It would be annoying for you.

    • mynameisq
      • 7 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      This seems like the first week there'll be widespread rotation to me. Can see Liverpool rotating, Chelsea have lots of attacking options, City can play whoever as always, even Ole is hinting at rotation though I think he's bluffing and maybe someone comes in for Matic

      1. Wrong Captain Choice - Ag i…
        • 11 Years
        3 months, 27 days ago

        I think you are right about liverpool for sure. Not sure Chelsea will rotate much Lampard trying to get a settled team it seems. I don't think Ole can afford to rotate he does not have the squad outside his first eleven.

        1. mynameisq
          • 7 Years
          3 months, 27 days ago

          I think Chelsea will after the loss, for example giroud back in for Abraham is almost a cert. Agree re ole, though matic out for Fred or mctominay is probably the one they can get away with

    • Whits
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 4 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      Richarlison to:

      A) Foden
      B) Bowen
      C keep

      Thanks

      1. mynameisq
        • 7 Years
        3 months, 27 days ago

        Both decent options, depends on whether your team can handle a foden benching

      2. Beavis
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 9 Years
        3 months, 27 days ago

        A

    • Beavis
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      RMWCT (BB in 34)

      Pope
      TAA, AWB, Boly
      Salah, KDB, Mahrez, Bruno, Pulisic
      Greenwood, Jimmy

      Subs: Foster, Ings, Saiss, Kiko

    • The Man Pastore
      • 6 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      What to do here, Richa + Son --> Foden + Salah ?

      Patricio Martin
      TAA Doherty Maguire Lascelles Kiko
      KDB Son Bruno Martial Richarlison
      DCL Jiminez Nketiah

      2FT / 0.7IT

      Cheers!

      1. JelliedSpark968
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 1 Year
        3 months, 27 days ago

        Good moves, do it

    • finnish92
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      TAA, Son -> VVD, KDB?

      Worrying about benching KDB....

      1. JelliedSpark968
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 1 Year
        3 months, 27 days ago

        I don't agree with removing TAA but you need KdB more

    • JelliedSpark968
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      3 months, 27 days ago

      How do I fit Man United cover into this team?

      Henderson, Dubravka
      TAA, Boly, Fernandez, Taylor, Williams
      Salah, Mane, KdB, Sarr, Mooy
      Jimenez, DCL, Giroud

      2FT, 0.4ITB

      1. Reyson
        • 3 Years
        3 months, 27 days ago

        U no need salah and mane tgt

    • Ace Ventura
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 11 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      I pick the wrong capo every GW pretty much. My last 3 have been Aguero, Vardy and Jimmy.

      Is now the time to play TC or FH – please help. 30pts behind rival and he has no chips. Playing the chips could be make or break for me.

      This week could be a good week for FH - BUT likewise UTD against BOU has to be a TC shout surly (Bruno or Martial)?

      Please help.

    • Reyson
      • 3 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      Guys, should i capt pulisic for a try?

    • Reyson
      • 3 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      Pope
      Vvd doherty aurier awb
      Mane bruno pulisic(C) kdb
      Jimenez rash

      Subs: button dcl lascelles saka

      All good?

    • CBS
        3 months, 27 days ago

        (using wildcard)
        A, B OR C?

        A:
        Pope (button)
        Saiss - Gomez - Alexander Arnold ( holgate, simpson)
        KDB - Mahrez - Bruno - martial - Salah
        Jiminez - Greenwood ( nikeath)

        B:
        Pope ( button)
        Doherty - Robertson - Alexandor Arnold ( Holgate, simpson)
        KDB - Foden- Bruno - martial - Salah
        Jiminez - Greenwood (connolly)

        C:
        Pope (button)
        Doherty- Boly- VVD ( holgate, simpson)
        KDB - Mahrez - Bruno - martial - Salah
        Jiminez - Greenwood ( nikeath)

      • JURGENAUT
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        3 months, 27 days ago

        I have KDB and Sterling... who’s likely to be benched and therefore i bring in Salah for this week only? Thanks

        1. The Suspended One
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 7 Years
          3 months, 27 days ago

          Neither

      • The Suspended One
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 7 Years
        3 months, 27 days ago

        A) Kane and Puli (-4)
        B) DCL and Son + Roll FT