Frisking the Fixtures

Which Premier League teams have the best and worst remaining fixtures?

There are just six Gameweeks remaining of 2019/20 so, with this week providing a little bit of respite ahead of a frenetic fortnight, we are taking another look at which Premier League clubs have the most and least favourable remaining fixtures.

This will be our final ‘frisk’ of the calendar this season as we prepare for five Fantasy Premier League deadlines in the space of two weeks.

Previously we had looked at the outstanding fixtures as a block and then highlighted the good and bad from Gameweeks 30+ to 34+.

Now we focus exclusively on Gameweeks 33+ to 38+, with a number of clubs experiencing fixture swings in different directions.

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The Good

Manchester City

Next six: sou | NEW | bha | BOU | wat | NOR

Even Manchester United arguably don’t have an appealing a fixture run as their ‘noisy neighbours’ in the final six Gameweeks of 2019/20.

The Citizens’ remaining half-dozen games are all against sides currently in the bottom eight of the table, with Pep Guardiola’s troops the only club in the division avoiding a top-half team in the run-in.

While the “having something to play for” argument could be made in the case of the Premier League strugglers, let’s remind ourselves that Bournemouth, Watford and Norwich City haven’t won a single game between them since the Premier League resumed in June.

Those three teams are also without a clean sheet in the last three Gameweeks, having conceded 20 goals in a combined nine post-restart matches.

Before that is a meeting with a Southampton side who have the poorest home record in the division and then a clash with Newcastle United, who the Citizens comprehensively outplayed in last weekend’s FA Cup quarter-final.

As ever, the problem with City is who to buy.

Guardiola has made multiple changes in league and cup since the resumption, with no player having started all five of their competitive games.

The rewards will likely be as high as the risks for FPL managers, however, given how attractive those fixtures look and how on-song they’ve been over the last fortnight.

Manchester United

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Next six: BOU | avl | SOU | cry | WHU | lei

Manchester United will likely have a more settled side than their cross-city rivals in the run-in, at least so long as UEFA Champions League qualification is on the line.

The Red Devils are locked in a four-way tussle (at least) for two or three Champions League spots, which should ensure those involved in the neck-and-neck scrap continue to name strong starting XIs.

Eight members of Solskjaer’s first team are ever-presents in the last three Gameweeks.

The next two matches are perhaps the best in the division as a pair.

Bournemouth and Aston Villa have kept only one clean sheet between them this calendar year and they, along with United’s Gameweek 37+ opponents West Ham United, have the worst defensive records in 2020 in terms of both clean sheets and goals conceded.

The Cherries, in particular, looked woeful against Newcastle United on Wednesday.

Being ‘on the beach’ could work one of two ways for Southampton and Crystal Palace but few FPL managers will fear those tests based on United’s performances since the restart and even a Gameweek 38+ clash at Leicester City mightn’t be as tough as first feared, given that the stuttering Foxes have won just one of their last eight Premier League fixtures.

West Ham United

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Next six: new | BUR | nor | WAT | mun | AVL

West Ham United’s final six fixtures are very decent indeed, with five of the games against teams currently ranked tenth or below.

Three of the four clubs beneath them in the table are to come for the Hammers, who geared up for the fixture swing with an excellent win over Chelsea in midweek.

The impressive Jarrod Bowen (£6.4m) and Michail Antonio (£6.9m) will likely start more matches than not so long as their Premier League status is on the line but, given how good the fixtures are, it’s feasible that David Moyes’ side could have their Premier League safety sewn up in advance of Gameweek 38+.

Newcastle and Burnley might make things trickier for the Hammers’ attacking assets, with the Magpies boasting one of the best home defensive records in the division and the Clarets having kept clean sheets in six of their last nine Premier League matches.

A trip to Old Trafford in Gameweek 37+ looks like one to swerve, too.

The three matches against Norwich City, Watford and Aston Villa, all of whom are winless since the Premier League resumed, are the real stand-out fixtures, however.

Also Consider

Few other teams can match the three sides above for favourable schedules.

Liverpool (AVL | bha | BUR | ars | CHE | new) assets have long been considered fixture-proof, of course, with the Reds having beaten every team in the division at least once this season.

The issue with Jurgen Klopp’s side is less about the opposition and more about the uncertainty of what an early title win brings, be it questions over motivation or the increased risk of rotation.

Klopp indeed said recently that he will have to make “a lot of changes” with the games coming so thick and fast.

Thursday’s pasting at Manchester City was also perhaps a sign of a drop-off from their usual sky-high levels.

A home fixture against Aston Villa this weekend will see Mohamed Salah (£12.6m) and co enter the captaincy equation, even if the Villans have tightened up slightly since the restart.

Burnley’s record against the big guns (two clean sheets and 33 goals conceded in 14 matches against the top eight) should also provide encouragement ahead of Gameweek 35+.

Everton (tot | SOU | wol | AVL | shu | BOU) and Norwich City (BHA | wat | WHU | che | BUR | mci) both have Jekyll-and-Hyde runs, with some appealing home fixtures punctuated by trickier trips away.

Given the Canaries’ plight (only one goal scored in their last eight league matches and none since the restart), it’ll likely only be the Toffees’ Fantasy assets who seriously trouble the FPL radar.

Everton’s defence has impressed since the June resumption, conceding just one goal in matches against Liverpool, Norwich and Leicester, so the likes of Mason Holgate (£4.3m) could potentially be wheeled out for the visits of Southampton, Aston Villa and Bournemouth and benched for the trips to Spurs and Wolves.

The Toffees’ last three opponents have scored on just six occasions from 11 combined post-restart matches, indeed.

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The reverse is perhaps true of Tottenham Hotspur (EVE | bou | ARS | new| LEI | cry), who arguably have trickier fixtures at home than they do on their travels.

Bournemouth, Newcastle and Crystal Palace are in the bottom six for goals scored this season, although the Magpies have shone in an attacking sense of late.

Everton and Arsenal have only kept a combined three clean sheets on the road since Carlo Ancelotti and Mikel Arteta were appointed in December, meanwhile.

Don’t discount Burnley‘s (SHU | whu | liv | WOL | nor | BHA) run-in, either, with Nick Pope (£5.0m) having kept 11 clean sheets in 18 meetings against the sides currently ranked 10th or below – four of whom the Clarets play between Gameweeks 33+ and 38+.

Wolves have frequently struggled to break down the ‘also-rans’, too, so a clash with Nuno Espirito Santo’s troops might not be as bad as it looks.

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Owners of Ismaila Sarr (£6.2m) may well be clinging on to the hope that Watford (che | NOR | NEW | whu | MCI | ars) can raise their game in Gameweeks 34+ to 36+, with the out-of-sorts Hornets facing three winnable matches against bottom-half teams.

Following their struggles against Burnley and Southampton, however, it’s very much a case of fixtures over form for Nigel Pearson’s troops.

Watford’s first opponents in the last six Gameweeks are Chelsea (WAT | cry | shu | NOR | liv | WOL), whose next four matches are very tempting indeed – providing Sheffield United don’t rediscover their pre-lockdown form, which is very possible based on Thursday’s evidence.

Home fixtures against the relegation-threatened Hornets and Norwich are obviously the pick of the bunch – those two clubs have scored just one goal between them in their last eight away fixtures combined.

The Bad

Bournemouth

Next six: mun | TOT | LEI | mci | SOU | eve

Bournemouth have perhaps the worst run-in in the division with four top ten sides to come between Gameweeks 33+ and 36+.

Even if the Cherries were a team in form, those fixtures would be a tough sell.

As it happens, they are in dreadful nick.

Favourable matches against Crystal Palace and Newcastle United have come and gone without Eddie Howe’s side having scored, with only a Gameweek 37+ home fixture against Southampton (who let’s not forget have been excellent travellers this season) offering much hope of a result.

If there is any cause for optimism, it’s that Bournemouth have not been too awful against the ‘bigger’ teams this season, having taken points from Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal.

But they’ll be a team we’re targeting for the wrong reasons between now and Gameweek 38+.

Crystal Palace

Next six: lei | CHE | avl | MUN | wol | TOT

No Premier League side has fewer remaining meetings (one) with sides in the bottom half than Crystal Palace, with three of the Eagles’ outstanding games against ‘big six’ sides and the other two against Champions League-chasing Leicester and Wolves.

The Eagles have been solid at the back under Roy Hodgson but all ten of the shut-outs in 2019/20 have come against clubs ranked tenth or below.

Goals have been hard to come by at the other end, meanwhile – only Norwich City have scored fewer this season.

The likes of Jordan Ayew (£5.2m) and Gary Cahill (£4.4m are in emergency substitute territory for the run-in, then, with the exception perhaps of the Gameweek 35+ clash with Aston Villa.

Aston Villa

Next six: liv | MUN | CRY | eve | ARS | whu

That clash between Aston Villa and Palace also perhaps represents the best chance for Dean Smith’s side to pick up points in their fight against the drop.

Either side of that game are meetings with both Merseyside clubs, Manchester United and Arsenal.

Not only are the fixtures bad, but the form is too: Villa are winless in their four post-restart games, having scored just twice in the meanwhile.

Jack Grealish (£6.2m) is the only Villa asset with a noteworthy FPL ownership figure but he is haemorrhaging owners by the week, with his blanks in Double Gameweek 30+ followed by two more fruitless showings.

A security of starts is about the only thing in Grealish’s corner at present, with the Villa talisman having failed to deliver in eight of his nine last starts.

Also Consider

Is it time to invest in Arsenal assets after Gameweek 28? 5

Arsenal (wol | LEI | tot | LIV | avl | WAT) and Southampton‘s (MCI | eve | mun | BHA | bou | SHU) seasons end on a high note, fixture-wise, but there are some tricky tests to come before then.

Two clubs tussling for a Champions League place are up next for the Gunners, with the north London derby and the visit of Liverpool rounding off a tough foursome of fixtures.

Do the fixtures matter to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (£11.0m), though? The Gabonese forward is tied with Jamie Vardy (£9.7m) in the race for the Golden Boot and has banked attacking returns against five of Arsenal’s next six opponents already this season.

Danny Ings (£7.3m) is himself only one goal behind Aubameyang, and those three final games for Southampton look attractive.

The two in-form Manchester clubs lie in wait before then, however, as well as an Everton side who have conceded only one goal (and a freak one, at that) since the mid-June restart.

The Toffees, City and United have indeed kept a combined seven clean sheets in ten matches from Gameweek 30+ onwards.

Patience with Vardy wearing thin as Leicester attack continues to struggle

Leicester City (CRY | ars | bou | SHU | tot | MUN) and Newcastle United (WHU | mci | wat | TOT | bha | LIV) have decent home fixtures in Gameweek 33+ before things take a bit of a turn.

The out-of-sorts Foxes have been struggling since the restart, picking up only two points from three matches against teams in the bottom half.

Their run-in isn’t a complete write-off, with a wretched Bournemouth side who have kept fewer clean sheets than any club in 2019/20 to come in Gameweek 35+.

Whether Tottenham Hotspur are formidable opposition based on Thursday’s evidence is also up for debate.

Two of the most improved defences in Arsenal and Manchester United lie in wait, however, along with a dogged Sheffield United backline that looked a lot more like their old selves in Gameweek 32+.

The Magpies face the free-scoring top two in the run-in but the budget-friendly Jamaal Lascelles (£4.3m) and Federico Fernandez (£4.6m) are at least available at ‘benchable’ prices and decent options in three other fixtures against clubs in the bottom five.


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3,713 Comments Post a Comment
  1. Canary_Kid
    • 3 Years
    1 month, 9 days ago

    Made a couple changes and looks like it's coming down to:
    A) Jimmy and Garcia
    or
    B) Pukki and VVD

    Rest of defense looks like this: TAA, Taylor, Holgate, Masina

    1. Orion
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      1 month, 9 days ago

      If you are chasing, try with B and captain Pukki 🙂

      1. Canary_Kid
        • 3 Years
        1 month, 9 days ago

        I'm leaning B because I am chasing. Captain locked on either Salah or Bruno though.

        1. Orion
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 9 Years
          1 month, 9 days ago

          I am going with Salah also for a cap...

    2. FALSE PROFIT
      • 6 Years
      1 month, 9 days ago

      Hard to say without knowing your keeper. Garcia maybe a waste of Citeh spot

      1. Canary_Kid
        • 3 Years
        1 month, 9 days ago

        Got Pope, wouldn't really be able to fit any other City in. Really comes down to if Garcia will start and since I'm chasing I think the differential of Pukki and safety of VVD is what I'll probably go with.

        1. FALSE PROFIT
          • 6 Years
          1 month, 9 days ago

          Are you sure no better differentials than Pukki. So out of form.

        2. Devo-McDuff
          • 2 Years
          1 month, 9 days ago

          I reckon he starts regularly. Guardiola always talks positive about him, Ota is rubbish and on his way out, Fern (great player though he is) is past his prime and too slow for CB and was just filling in really and Pep doesn't appear to trust Stones (rightly so).

  2. Orion
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 9 Years
    1 month, 9 days ago

    Martinez
    TAA, Doherty, Taylor
    KDB, Salah, Bruno, Traoré
    Aubameyang, Rashford, Jimenez

    Nyland, Lascelles, Ward, Saka
    1ft, 0.0 ITB
    Any suggestions... ?
    Cheers guys!

    1. 007 [RoboKlopp]
      • 3 Years
      1 month, 9 days ago

      Gtg, who will be your C?

      1. Orion
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 9 Years
        1 month, 9 days ago

        Salah currently

    2. Rolls-Royce
      • 6 Years
      1 month, 9 days ago

      Save.

      1. Orion
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 9 Years
        1 month, 9 days ago

        Just want to drop Traore to ASM, cause will have 5 players on Wolves-Arsenal game... ?

    3. Canary_Kid
      • 3 Years
      1 month, 9 days ago

      Traore to Foden?

      1. Orion
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 9 Years
        1 month, 9 days ago

        Not sure about Foden gametime...

        1. FALSE PROFIT
          • 6 Years
          1 month, 9 days ago

          Nobody can be sure of any gametime atm. Foden will likely get you points if he plays. With Citeh you have to consider the whole of the remaing season.

  3. 007 [RoboKlopp]
    • 3 Years
    1 month, 9 days ago

    Hi, anyone get Saint Maximin?

    1. Boss Hogg
      • 10 Years
      1 month, 9 days ago

      I went with Foden instead.
      So ASM will haul today!

    2. Orion
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      1 month, 9 days ago

      I am leaning towards him for Traore... Look up on my team, and get me some help 🙂

    3. HUATSHOOTER
      • 3 Years
      1 month, 9 days ago

      Nope cause its time for newcastle to lose

  4. TO19
    • 2 Years
    1 month, 9 days ago

    Pope DDG
    AWB TAA Baldock Aurier Saiss
    Salah Mahrez Son Bruno Cantwell
    DCL Jimenez Jota

    Looking to BB this GW and have 2FTs, 0.1 ITB. Trailing ML leader by 29. What moves should I make?

    1. Orion
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      1 month, 9 days ago

      Cantwell to Saka and DCL to Greenwood... Not sure about their game time though

    2. 007 [RoboKlopp]
      • 3 Years
      1 month, 9 days ago

      Baldock, Cantwell -> Saint Maximin, cheap def?

      1. TO19
        • 2 Years
        1 month, 9 days ago

        This is what I'm thinking too. Lamptey most likely.

    3. FALSE PROFIT
      • 6 Years
      1 month, 9 days ago

      BB can sometimes do more harm than good. If you improve Cantwell and Jota you will be stuck with players on the bench later. Greenwood and Foden if fit are the obvious choices IMO.

      The other route is gamble on Cantwell and just go for Greenwood. This will allow you to rectify bench balance next week

    4. Canary_Kid
      • 3 Years
      1 month, 9 days ago

      DCL to Greenwood and Cantwell to Foden?

    5. TO19
      • 2 Years
      1 month, 9 days ago

      Already sitting on 3 MUN players (DDG, AWB, Bruno)

  5. Tommy Tynans Left Shin Pad
    • 9 Years
    1 month, 9 days ago

    Jota and Son > Jimmy and Pulisic

    1. Tommy Tynans Left Shin Pad
      • 9 Years
      1 month, 9 days ago

      Reply to TO19

  6. Rolls-Royce
    • 6 Years
    1 month, 9 days ago

    Who would you captain out of this lot?

    A) Mane
    B) Marital
    C) Mahrez
    D) Jimenez

    1. Orion
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      1 month, 9 days ago

      Mane

    2. FALSE PROFIT
      • 6 Years
      1 month, 9 days ago

      a not great form in last game
      b annoying inconsistent
      c minutes a risk but his turn to play i think.
      d low ceiling

    3. jamiejoe
      • 4 Years
      1 month, 9 days ago

      B

    4. Devo-McDuff
      • 2 Years
      1 month, 9 days ago

      I have A, C and D and am going C.

  7. 007 [RoboKlopp]
    • 3 Years
    1 month, 9 days ago

    I'm doing Son, Hayden -> Mahrez, Maximin.
    Hope the double M will work 🙂

    1. HUATSHOOTER
      • 3 Years
      1 month, 9 days ago

      Who sell son against everton? Weird....

      1. Devo-McDuff
        • 2 Years
        1 month, 9 days ago

        I did same move (Son to Mahrez). Everton are in good defensive form and Spurs play with shackles on with Son stuck out on the wing, 1 shot in 2 games. Mahrez get more shots than that in cameo appearances but is likely to start anyway against a Southampton team with one of the poorest home records in the league.

        Why weird?

        1. HUATSHOOTER
          • 3 Years
          1 month, 9 days ago

          It might work but well u should know pep, mahrez might nt start again...

          1. Devo-McDuff
            • 2 Years
            1 month, 9 days ago

            Always a risk. I'd be surprised though given the short turn around, he is in great form and didn't start last game.

            1. HUATSHOOTER
              • 3 Years
              1 month, 9 days ago

              Really a good risk actually.

              1. Devo-McDuff
                • 2 Years
                1 month, 9 days ago

                There's a good risk he doesn't start? I don't think that is true at all.

  8. Boss Hogg
    • 10 Years
    1 month, 9 days ago

    Lamptey a good option?
    Will he get regular starts?

    1. 007 [RoboKlopp]
      • 3 Years
      1 month, 9 days ago

      For bench is decent imo

  9. paul1964
    • 10 Years
    1 month, 9 days ago

    I have my TC left as well as my FH. Shall I use the TC this GW? Put it on Salah with Fernandes as VC?

    1. Orion
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      1 month, 9 days ago

      Little bit late, but that's the game if you want TC on Salah imo...

    2. FALSE PROFIT
      • 6 Years
      1 month, 9 days ago

      A hard one with Bruno possible injury. Salah at home you will not get better while he chases golden boot.

    3. jamiejoe
      • 4 Years
      1 month, 9 days ago

      Save for Man City home to Bournemouth gw 36.

  10. Albrightondknight
    • 5 Years
    1 month, 9 days ago

    Gtg?
    Patricio

    TAA Doherty Aurier

    Salah (C) Martial (VC) KDB Bruno

    Jiménez Jesus Greenwood

    Button Foden Lascelles Holgate

    1. FALSE PROFIT
      • 6 Years
      1 month, 9 days ago

      Good side. Aurier is frustrating. Bruno injury? Lascelles injury?

      1. Albrightondknight
        • 5 Years
        1 month, 9 days ago

        Yeah I made moves straight after the city pool game and some news emerging since then so I will just have to see it out now and hope for the best.

        1. FALSE PROFIT
          • 6 Years
          1 month, 9 days ago

          I moved for Son to Salah, which I would have done anyway. Frustrating Bruno injury doubt tempts me to get Mahrez as I expect no further reliable news

  11. HUATSHOOTER
    • 3 Years
    1 month, 9 days ago

    whos everyone captain?

    1. La Roja
      • 8 Years
      1 month, 9 days ago

      Salah or Mahrez

      1. HUATSHOOTER
        • 3 Years
        1 month, 9 days ago

        Salah mane will start against aston? I am gonna try pulisic for captain

    2. Albrightondknight
      • 5 Years
      1 month, 9 days ago

      Salah and Martial VC.

    3. FALSE PROFIT
      • 6 Years
      1 month, 9 days ago

      Salah for me with good home fixture. Bruno injury doubt?

    4. Devo-McDuff
      • 2 Years
      1 month, 9 days ago

      Mahrez

  12. WE GO FOR IT
    • 4 Years
    1 month, 9 days ago

    RP

    Need 0.2 to do Cantwell + DCL to Pulisic + Greenwood.

    A. Salah to Mane
    B. Son to Mahrez (Bank the 0.8)
    C. Traore to Saint-Maximin
    D. Aurier to Saiss/Gomez
    E. None

    1. Albrightondknight
      • 5 Years
      1 month, 9 days ago

      Maybe B for a -4 but don’t know if it’s worth -8

      1. WE GO FOR IT
        • 4 Years
        1 month, 9 days ago

        It would be for a -4. I have 2FTs

        1. Albrightondknight
          • 5 Years
          1 month, 9 days ago

          Go for it

  13. Jafalad
    • 10 Years
    1 month, 9 days ago

    This has got to be the week to TC hasn't it?

    1. Phlajo
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 9 days ago

      On Mahrez

      1. Jafalad
        • 10 Years
        1 month, 9 days ago

        Ouch. Has to be Salah imo. 10ppg at home and sure to be a backlash.

    2. jamiejoe
      • 4 Years
      1 month, 9 days ago

      GW 36 Man City home to Bournemouth.

  14. BOATIES FC
    • 2 Years
    1 month, 9 days ago

    On free hit..

    KDB & Rashford
    Bruno & Jesus

    Thanks

    1. Phlajo
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 9 days ago

      A

    2. jamiejoe
      • 4 Years
      1 month, 9 days ago

      Can you afford Bruno and Rashford line up?

      Consensus is KdB benched, guess Jesus could be the saviour.

    3. Freddiebell
      • 3 Years
      1 month, 9 days ago

      If on a FH has to be the two players that will play. Can't see KDB starting so B

  15. GuenDoozy
      1 month, 9 days ago

      Any reason why Pulisic is a more popular pick than Willian here?

      1. jamiejoe
        • 4 Years
        1 month, 9 days ago

        Willian often blanks and Pulisic often scores.

        1. GuenDoozy
            1 month, 9 days ago

            3 double digit hauls in the last 4 games vs compared to Pulisics 0

            1. jamiejoe
              • 4 Years
              1 month, 9 days ago

              Fair enough... He is getting more consistent. Go for it.

        2. Devo-McDuff
          • 2 Years
          1 month, 9 days ago

          I went for Pulisic but I'm not sure I made the right choice. His form looks good but Willian being on set pieces and more nailed than before, he could be the better pick.

      2. fuzzymike
        • 2 Years
        1 month, 9 days ago

        Is it worth a 4point hit to bring in Mahrez for Son??

        1. jamiejoe
          • 4 Years
          1 month, 9 days ago

          Mahrez could shine but Spurs normally have Everton mastered, so Son could score and assist in a 3.1 win.

          1. Kitman
            • 3 Years
            1 month, 9 days ago

            I took the chance, for a hit no less

        2. Devo-McDuff
          • 2 Years
          1 month, 9 days ago

          I've done the move, but I don't think I would do it for a hit.

      3. FALSE PROFIT
        • 6 Years
        1 month, 9 days ago

        Having gone through a "never ending' gameweek when transfer prices are inconsistent, uncertainties relating to lineups and misinformation offered by managers; it has become quite taxing making transfer decisions and formations.
        Knowing the risk of 20% of players not starting games and best value to be found in midfield. Are you guys:
        Going for 5 at the back?
        Finding yourself benching 2 forwards?
        Going for a more general spread of wealth rather than concentrating on big hitters?

        I have found myself having a good 1st sub with uncertainty playing Greenwood/Nkethia on the field or on the bench.

        What is everyone doing with Bruno with injury doubts?

        1. FALSE PROFIT
          • 6 Years
          1 month, 9 days ago

          By the way I am playing 4 5 1 formation.

        2. Keeptrying
          • 6 Years
          1 month, 9 days ago

          There are no Bruno injury doubts.

          1. FALSE PROFIT
            • 6 Years
            1 month, 9 days ago

            Why? Is it a certainty?

              1. FALSE PROFIT
                • 6 Years
                1 month, 9 days ago

                Interesting. It should be a hot topic. Not sure I am any the wiser though.

              2. FALSE PROFIT
                • 6 Years
                1 month, 9 days ago

                The Sun (for what it is worth) also posted it.

                1. Maximus Bonimus Pointimus
                  • 10 Years
                  1 month, 9 days ago

                  So did the express, the daily mail, metro news, and many others

                  But they’re all actually reporting that The Mirror Reported it

                  1. FALSE PROFIT
                    • 6 Years
                    1 month, 9 days ago

                    Thank You Maximus

                  2. FALSE PROFIT
                    • 6 Years
                    1 month, 9 days ago

                    The Mirror sould use my user name. (smile)

      4. Wxdz
        • 1 Year
        1 month, 9 days ago

        Hello All

        Thoughts on this WC team, next week Salah to Kdb and Maximin to Foden

        Loris (button)
        TAA AWB Digne (C.Taylor Lamptey)
        Pulisic Mahrez Salah B. Fernandes Maximin
        Kane Rashford (nketiah)

      5. Tomas Brolin ate all Depays
        • 7 Years
        1 month, 9 days ago

        Martinez (Button)
        Aurier Docherty TAA (4.2 4.0)
        Salah KDB Son Bruno (Saka)
        DCL Jimi Ings

        For a -4 change front 8 to:

        Salah KDB Martial Bruno Pulsic
        Jimi Ings (Greenwood)

        leaving 1.1m itb

        Y/N ???????

        1. Indio
          • 8 Years
          1 month, 9 days ago

          Yes, but then it might be a close call between Greenwood and Ings to start?

      6. Tomas Brolin ate all Depays
        • 7 Years
        1 month, 9 days ago

        Should Son be kept for the home fixture then ditched or ditched now ?

        1. Devo-McDuff
          • 2 Years
          1 month, 9 days ago

          Depends who ditching for and if for hit or not.

      7. Indio
        • 8 Years
        1 month, 9 days ago

        Morning all,

        Any mistakes in this slightly-different FH team?

        Pope
        VVD, Chilwell, Dunk
        Mahrez, Bruno (C),Martial, Salah, Pulisic
        Rashford, Kane
        (Nketiah, Holgate, Kiko)

      8. Dreaming of glory
        • 4 Years
        1 month, 9 days ago

        Annoying thing about dcl is even if he blanks for 4th game in a row since lockdown his next run of fixtures are why I kept him over ings on the wc. So do u stick with ur guns or ditch him. Not really seeing anyone to move him to until ings next 2 fixtures pass either at that price range

      9. MFC Lad
        • 3 Years
        1 month, 9 days ago

        a) Traore - Foden
        b) Tarore - Pulisic & DCL - Greenwood -4

        Any help appreciated

        1. Devo-McDuff
          • 2 Years
          1 month, 9 days ago

          Traore probably due a start, I'd hold and get rid next GW.

      10. Gentle_Turks
        • 2 Years
        1 month, 9 days ago

        Play -

        A. Taylor (have Pope)
        B. Aurier

        Thanks and good luck this week.

      11. Bububuzz
        • 5 Years
        1 month, 9 days ago

        Bench Saka or Coady?

      12. barton fc
        • 2 Years
        1 month, 6 days ago

        missed the game today

        kane or son pass the eye test?

      13. barton fc
        • 2 Years
        1 month, 6 days ago

        Didn’t catch the game today

        kane or son pass the eye test?