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. Miniboss
    • 1 Year
    1 month, 2 days ago

    Hi fellas

    Feel like Ings will nick a goal here and there until end of season, and want another United attacker. What to do?

    A) Son & DCL -> Martial & Ings
    B) something else
    Team atm is:

    Pope
    TAA Doherty Maguire
    Salah Son KdB Fernandes Foden
    Jimenez DCL

    Button Richie Kiko Nketiah

    1. Old Gregg
      • 3 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Yes a if it’s free

      1. Miniboss
        • 1 Year
        1 month, 2 days ago

        Yep forgot to add: 2ft

  2. Budweiser
    • 6 Years
    1 month, 2 days ago

    1) Play Egan
    2) Play Saka
    3) Buy & play AWB (-4)
    4) Buy & play Foden (-4)

    1. Tonyawesome69
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 2 days ago

      1

    2. Whazza
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      1 could be cs

  3. Jack Burton
    • 4 Years
    1 month, 2 days ago

    Going to FH in 38 so is this the best time to use TC Fernandes v Bournemouth is what I'm thinking thanks in advance

    1. Amey
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Good option

      1. Jack Burton
        • 4 Years
        1 month, 2 days ago

        cheers Amey

    2. Ajax Hamsterdam
      • 6 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Yep looks good gl

      1. Jack Burton
        • 4 Years
        1 month, 2 days ago

        same to you mate GL

    3. Miguel Sanchez
      • 4 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Yup - probably right combination of fixtures and form

      1. Jack Burton
        • 4 Years
        1 month, 2 days ago

        gonna do it I think thanks

    4. AJ24
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 4 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Im goin Salah TC this week with Fernandes as Vice

      1. Jack Burton
        • 4 Years
        1 month, 2 days ago

        GL with that not got Salah would have been him other

    5. kopite65
      • 5 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      good home fixture, nailed on, utd something to play for, popular cap pick this week

      1. Jack Burton
        • 4 Years
        1 month, 2 days ago

        yeah may as well cheers for reply

    6. Jack Burton
      • 4 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Thanks for the replies all needed a bit of reassurance good luck

  4. BENOIT
    • 4 Years
    1 month, 2 days ago

    Pope
    TAA, Lascelles, Maguire, Taylor, Saiss
    Martial, Mane, Fernandes, Son, KDB
    4.2, Jiminez, DCL

    What to do with this lot? Got 2 FT, FH and TC.

    1. denial
      • 11 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Not a bad week to FH imo

      1. BENOIT
        • 4 Years
        1 month, 2 days ago

        It's only my forwards.... defence and midfield have awesome fixtures.

        Would you not TC Mane or Fernandes?

        1. kopite65
          • 5 Years
          1 month, 2 days ago

          thats a good option to, hard one to call, bournemouth seem to be worse than villa def, bruno on pens to

    2. kopite65
      • 5 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      good team, fh maybe as per previous comment, get that team back !

    3. kevimetal
      • 6 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Taylor > Lamptey
      4.2 > Greenwood
      TC Fernandes

  5. kopite65
    • 5 Years
    1 month, 2 days ago

    son to mahrez/mane? have salah bruno pulisic
    also cap bruno over salah? bourn conceding more lately, and bruno is basically nailed on,utd something to play for. salah missed opening game v eve, so has played only two games.
    cheers

  6. Nightcrawler
    • 1 Year
    1 month, 2 days ago

    Doherty > sass ??

    Have 2 free transfers. Allows me to upgrade:

    Son to kdb
    Saka to foden

    Next week

    1. Tonyawesome69
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 2 days ago

      yes

  7. AJ24
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 4 Years
    1 month, 2 days ago

    Play 1 of:
    A) Foden (sou)
    B) Greenwood (BOU)

    1. Tonyawesome69
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 2 days ago

      B

  8. Tonyawesome69
    • 1 Year
    1 month, 2 days ago

    Who to bench:
    1. Ings
    2. Jimenez
    3. Greenwood

    1. Weasel Boy
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Hmm tough but maybe Ings.
      Greenwood may not even start though.

  9. Mind över Mata
    • 8 Years
    1 month, 2 days ago

    Bottomed, any thoughts here?

    A) AWB / Walker / Mahrez / Connolly

    B) Maguire / Laporte / Foden / Ings

    1. Tonyawesome69
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 2 days ago

      B

    2. Aftermath
      • 4 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      A only for this week, B more long term

  10. unitednations
    • 8 Years
    1 month, 2 days ago

    1) Best def upto 4.2? already have kiko. only need him for this gw. kiko/holgate rotate well for rest of season. lamptey/robinson only option?

    2) Salah/DCL or Mahrez/Jesus?

    1. ryacoo
      • 4 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Lamptey

      1. ryacoo
        • 4 Years
        1 month, 2 days ago

        Salah DCL next couple (if capping Salah), Mahrez Jesus looks like a nice differential long term though

  11. ryacoo
    • 4 Years
    1 month, 2 days ago

    A) Lowton to Taylor (bench Saiss)
    B) Lowton and Son to 5.5 def and Mahrez (2 FTs)
    C) Saiss and Son to Dohery and Pulisic (2 FTs)

    1. kopite65
      • 5 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      b awb, as def

  12. Aftermath
    • 4 Years
    1 month, 2 days ago

    How many different teams are represented in your starting 11? I'm on 5 atm, think it's an all-time low

    1. ryacoo
      • 4 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      6

  13. Chelsea91
    • 1 Year
    1 month, 2 days ago

    Allison
    Awb,VVD,doherty
    Salah,Mahrez,Martial(c),Pulisic,Saint Maximin
    Jimenez,Rash

    How the freehit team mate for gw 33+?

  14. Pieterke30
    • 4 Years
    1 month, 2 days ago

    Just checking - we wont get a Klopp presser today in which he gives us his starting XI vs Villa, right?

    🙂

    1. Miguel Sanchez
      • 4 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      No, but may give some hints about going full strength again

      1. Pieterke30
        • 4 Years
        1 month, 2 days ago

        So there is a Klopp presser?

  15. Atimis
    • 3 Years
    1 month, 2 days ago

    What would you say about Son Guendo DCL to Mahrez Willian Connolly -4?
    Or go for Pulisic?

  16. RAFA THE GAFFA
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 4 Years
    1 month, 2 days ago

    Best option this week?

    A. Mahrez
    B. Pulisic
    C. Martial

    1. ryacoo
      • 4 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      C

    2. Miguel Sanchez
      • 4 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      C

  17. KP - FPL
    • 5 Years
    1 month, 2 days ago

    Spurs v Everton score predictions?

    1. ryacoo
      • 4 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      2-2

    2. Eat my goal!
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 2 days ago

      1-1

    3. Bam Bam Bigelow
      • 4 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      3 - 3

  18. Eat my goal!
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 1 Year
    1 month, 2 days ago

    Auba son mount >

    A) salah mahrez origi
    B) salah mahrez maupay
    C) salah willian/pulisic ings

    1. Bam Bam Bigelow
      • 4 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      C - with Sterling instead of Salah?

      1. Eat my goal!
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 1 Year
        1 month, 2 days ago

        That would defeat the attempt to bring in a pool attacker for villa

    2. kopite65
      • 5 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      C

  19. Vazza
    1 month, 2 days ago

    Which duo is better-

    A. Saiss, Greenwood in a 3-4-3 set up

    B. Maguire, Lascelles/Taylor (rotation) in a 4-4-2 set up

    1. Sead’s Colossal Snatc…
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      1 month, 2 days ago

      In isolation, I prefer an attacking set up, so A of those options.

  20. Miguel Sanchez
    • 4 Years
    1 month, 2 days ago

    If DCL can avoid a price drop I can set up a front 8 of:

    Mahrez KDB Bruno Martial Pulisic
    Kane Jimenez Ings

    1. Hazz
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      What's the point in that

      1. Miguel Sanchez
        • 4 Years
        1 month, 2 days ago

        Not sure now I have written it down

    2. Vazza
      1 month, 2 days ago

      You’re going to end up with a selection headache every week

    3. Maximus Bonimus Pointimus
      • 10 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Do you have a brick wall nearby?

      You'll need it to bang your head off with the constant benching headache

    4. kopite65
      • 5 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      who would you bench?

    5. Miguel Sanchez
      • 4 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Thanks all - have realised now the problems this would lead to

  21. gomez123
    • 6 Years
    1 month, 2 days ago

    Bring in A) Salah or B) Sterling this week (already have KDB & Mahrez

    1. Bam Bam Bigelow
      • 4 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Man City look like scoring goals and with better fixtures than Liverpool.

    2. Maximus Bonimus Pointimus
      • 10 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      I'm keeping Salah, captaining him for Villa - and then booting him out for Sterling haul, blank or otherwise

      *probably*

  22. Maximus Bonimus Pointimus
    • 10 Years
    1 month, 2 days ago

    Tottenham head coach Jose Mourinho says he would not swap Argentina midfielder Giovani lo Celso, 24, for Manchester United's Bruno Fernandes, after Spurs missed out on the 25-year-old Portuguese midfielder last summer. (Sky Sports)

    https://viralviralvideos.com/2014/08/22/gif-ok-okay-cheryl-cole-gif/

    1. Vazza
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Some time ago, Mourinho decided to release KDB and Salah on the basis that they were not good enough...

      1. Maximus Bonimus Pointimus
        • 10 Years
        1 month, 2 days ago

        They didn't respect him

        Respect, Respect, Respect

    2. TheDragon
      • 2 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      The fact he has come out and said that what he really means is:

      ‘I can’t believe we didn’t get Bruno! Look at how he has transformed Man Utd!! That could have been us! And look, now what do they give me instead, Lo Celso...what do I do with him?! I don’t need another defensive midfielder, Harry Kane is already performing well in that role’

      1. Maximus Bonimus Pointimus
        • 10 Years
        1 month, 2 days ago

        He's a maniac

  23. Pomp and Circumstance
    • 8 Years
    1 month, 2 days ago

    which do you think are the best 3 Man Utd players for this week--and for the rest of the season? (Bruno is definitely one)--which are choosing?

    1. Miguel Sanchez
      • 4 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      AWB and Rashford - plenty of other mid options available

  24. MGD
    • 4 Years
    1 month, 2 days ago

    What happened to Spurs yesterday?

    How did Aurier look?

    1. Miguel Sanchez
      • 4 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Crap x2

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

      Aurier played terrible but then again the whole team looked like they wasn't interested.

      1. MGD
        • 4 Years
        1 month, 2 days ago

        Cheers! We will probably see more and more of this

  25. KP - FPL
    • 5 Years
    1 month, 2 days ago

    Which transfer is wiser?

    A) Auba---> Kane

    b) Auba and Son ----> Kane and Mahrez (-4)

    c) Auba and Basham ---> Jesus and AWB (-4)

  26. BENOIT
    • 4 Years
    1 month, 2 days ago

    Surely a CITY player 36 (BOU) or 38 (NOR) is the time to use triple captain?

    1. Free Hat
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 2 days ago

      If you can guess which one plays

    2. Vazza
      1 month, 2 days ago

      I agree

  27. Rinseboy
    • 8 Years
    1 month, 2 days ago

    Quick captains vote this week boy:

    A - Martial
    B - Bruno
    C - Salah
    D - Mahrez

    1. Miguel Sanchez
      • 4 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      b

    2. navyadav
      • 5 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      I think for United it might be Rashford's turn to score big this week.

    3. n14mul
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      A maybe

  28. Free Hat
    • 1 Year
    1 month, 2 days ago

    Son to Mahrez or
    Son to Willian/Pulisic seems to be the popular move.

    Leaning to Willian myself, but could go either way.

  29. FPLinho
    • 1 Year
    1 month, 2 days ago

    Thoughts?
    DDG
    TAA Ritchie Saiss (Lascelles, Ngakia)
    Mane KDB Bruno Martial Pulisic
    Ings Jimmy (Connolly)

    1 ft, 2.7 itb
    A) ings to Jesus
    B) ings to Kane, Ritchie to 4.3 (-4)

  30. pundit of punts
    • 7 Years
    1 month, 2 days ago

    Different WC team -

    Ederson - Button
    TAA - Gomez - Maguire - Taylor - Kiko
    Mane - KDB - Mahrez - Martial - Pulisic
    Kane - Greenwood - Connolly

    Got in a lot of differentials to push me up the rankings. Thoughts? 🙂