Pre-Season

The best mid-price FPL midfielders for 2020/21

Having scoured the Fantasy Premier League price list for the pick of the budget midfielders, we now switch our focus to the mid-price bracket.

For the purposes of this piece, we are looking at options with a starting price between £5.5m and £7.0m inclusive.

You can also read our thoughts on budget goalkeepersmid-price/premium goalkeepersbudget defenders and mid-price/premium defenders, with an analysis of FPL forwards to follow.

Big-Six Starters and Back-Ups

This could be a big season for Phil Foden (£6.5m), who has long been touted as a replacement for the now-departed David Silva.

After being sparingly used before the coronavirus outbreak, Foden was more heavily involved after lockdown, starting six of Manchester City’s final 10 league games and appearing as a substitute in another three.

Foden delivered six attacking returns and averaged 5.6 points per match over this period (the same as Son Heung-min‘s (£9.0m) season-long mean), although it should be said that most of his joy was had in a more advanced position to the one Silva occupied during his decade at the Etihad.

Rotation is inevitable even with ‘El Mago’ gone and, at £6.5m rather than £5.5m, his price makes him that bit harder to own as a luxury pick.

But the 20-year-old prospect is definitely one for the watchlist for when Guardiola’s troops begin their campaign in Gameweek 2 and he offers a substantial saving on even the likes of Riyad Mahrez (£8.5m), who doesn’t look much more ‘nailed’ than Foden.

Elsewhere at City, the jury is still out on new arrival Ferran Torres (£7.0m), while the more restrained Rodri (£5.5m) and Ilkay Gundogan (£5.5m) will only chip in with the occasional attacking return from the base of the City midfield.

Gomez absent for Liverpool as more injuries revealed after FPL deadline

There’s a gap of £5.5m between Liverpool’s two free-scoring premium assets and any other Reds midfielder, which likely tells you all you need to know about the other options from Jurgen Klopp’s side in the middle of the park.

Other than Harry Wilson (£5.5m), who spent last season on loan at Bournemouth, only club captain Jordan Henderson (£5.5m) registered more than five attacking returns among Liverpool’s nine-strong group of mid-price midfielders.

The more attack-minded Naby Keita (£5.5m) is potentially one to monitor after two goals and three assists in just 806 minutes in 2019/20 but it’s in the engine room where Klopp more frequently rotates, while the likes of Takumi Minamino (£6.5m) will be reliant on injuries picked up by the first-choice front three for meaningful game-time.

Game-time could also be a huge problem for Callum Hudson-Odoi, Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Ross Barkley (all £6.0m) after Chelsea’s lavish spending in the transfer market this summer, with Kai Havertz also being heavily linked at the time of writing.

Even Mason Mount (£7.0m) may be nervously monitoring the Blues’ in-bound activity, having been a favourite of Frank Lampard’s last season.

Mount – who delivered six of his 13 attacking returns in the first ten Gameweeks of 2019/20 – appeared in all but one of Chelsea’s 38 league fixtures last season, starting 32 of them, but would be a sizeable rotation risk if attacking midfielder Havertz also arrives.

Arsenal’s four mid-price assets are either underwhelming or problematically priced, with Willian‘s (£8.0m) capture potentially eating into the game-time of former budget favourite Bukayo Saka (£5.5m) – who has been handed a £1m starting price rise – and Reiss Nelson (£5.5m).

Who knows what the future holds for Mesut Ozil (£7.0m) after his late-season disappearing act but, even when he was a regular under Mikel Arteta, two attacking returns in ten starts is reflective of his waning powers.

Granit Xhaka (£5.5m) is no longer a set-piece specialist at Arsenal (he took only one corner last season) and is also perhaps half a million too pricey as a result.

Manchester United’s quartet of midfield options in the £5.5m-£6.5m bracket managed just two starts between them after lockdown and, barring any injuries picked up by the first-team regulars, will be expecting to play second fiddle when the Red Devils’ season gets underway in Gameweek 2.

Lucas Moura (£7.0m) and Giovani Lo Celso (£7.0m) are perhaps the pick of Spurs’ five mid-priced midfielders, with the Lilywhites gifted some favourable fixtures at the start of 2020/21.

Lo Celso has enjoyed a share of corners since Christian Eriksen departed and featured in a more advanced role after lockdown, claiming three assists.

Lucas was also a regular down the right flank when football resumed in June and set up two goals, although he and Lo Celso didn’t score a goal or register a big chance between them.

Lo Celso could also potentially move into a deeper role to accommodate Dele Alli‘s (£8.0m) return, while Lucas faces the permanent threat of rotation with Steven Bergwijn (£7.5m) now an alternative on the wing.

Newly Promoted Assets

The four most advanced Leeds United midfielders in behind their central striker will all set FPL managers back at least £5.5m.

The most expensive of them is Pablo Hernandez (£6.0m), who supplied 18 attacking returns in the Whites’ title-winning year.

Unlike his creative counterpart at West Bromwich Albion (see below), however, 35-year-old Hernandez may be prone to a spot of rotation as the season goes on.

He doesn’t have the monopoly at set-play situations, either, so there are understandable reservations about the undeniably gifted Spaniard.

Wingers Helder Costa and Jack Harrison plus the penalty-taking Mateusz Klich will all set Fantasy bosses back £5.5m, the last two of whom both started all bar one of Leeds’ 46 Championship games.

We’ll point you in the direction of our dedicated piece on Leeds’ attacking assets for more information on that trio, although we’ll also highlight the fact that loanee Harrison will be ineligible to face his parent club in Gameweek 4.

Matheus Pereira (£6.0m) is, arguably, the stand-out midfielder from any of the three promoted clubs and he comes at a cost as a result.

A total of 16 assists (and that’s discounting ‘Fantasy assists’), 116 key passes and 20 big chances created were not only highs in the West Brom squad but bettered by no other player in the entire Championship.

No Albion player could match Pereira’s shot count (111) last season, either.

On a share of corner-taking duties and first in line for direct free-kicks, Pereira may offer multiple routes to Fantasy points in an otherwise limited Albion attack.

The chances of wingers Kamil Grosicki (£5.5m) and Matt Phillips (£5.5m) starting in Gameweek 1 may well hinge on who else West Brom bring in over the summer, as Slaven Bilic is down three loanees – all of them attacking midfielders – who played a big part in 2019/20.

You can read a more detailed appraisal of Albion’s midfielders here.

Given their inconsistency against inferior opposition in 2019/20 and the fact they were in and out of the Fulham side at the end of the season, wingers Ivan Cavaleiro (£5.5m) and Anthony Knockaert (£5.5m) have limited appeal at this early stage.

The deeper-lying Tom Cairney (£5.5m) was a more nailed pick under Scott Parker but, given Fulham’s relative shortage of goals in the second tier and Cairney’s meagre FPL returns two years ago, there’ll be understandable scepticism about the Scotland international.

Top-Half Options

There is a lot to like about a Europa League-less Wolves, not least their fixture run from Gameweeks 3-7.

But while Raul Jimenez (£8.5m) offers reliability in terms of starts, the one or two slots alongside him appear to be up for grabs.

If any of Adama Traore (£6.5m), Daniel Podence (£5.5m), Pedro Neto (£5.5m) and the reclassified Diogo Jota (£6.5m) were considered secure starters, then they’d be featuring in a lot more FPL team drafts than they are at present.

Take the post-lockdown period, for example: while Jimenez was an ever-present in the season run-in, not one of the above quartet started more than six of Wolves’ final nine matches.

Perhaps the fixture congestion played a part in that but in truth the uncertainty went further back in the calendar year, with Nuno Espirito Santo alternating between a 3-5-2 and a 3-4-3 from February onwards.

The hope would be for the stability we saw in the middle third of last season but with the emergence of Podence especially, the situation looks too unpredictable at present.

2019/20 felt like a slightly underwhelming one for James Maddison (£7.0m) from a Fantasy perspective, with the England international being outscored by teammate Harvey Barnes (£7.0m).

The underlying data suggests this was something of a freak occurrence, with Maddison registering half the assists that Barnes managed despite creating over twice as many chances.

Barnes does admittedly pose the greater goal threat of the two, getting into the opposition box and shooting on a more frequent basis, but while Maddison is a shoo-in to feature if fit, his teammate is less secure: in the post-lockdown era, Barnes made more substitute appearances than starts.

Ayoze Perez‘s (£6.5m) ability to play on the right or centrally meant he was slightly less at risk of rotation as Brendan Rodgers switched formation in the run-in but he was still the most-substituted Premier League player of 2019/20, averaging only 61.2 minutes per appearance.

Some decent opening fixtures for the Foxes are tempered by Europa League involvement and poor form this calendar year (four wins and eight defeats in their last 17 league matches), so a cure for their 2020 hangover is needed before they seriously re-enter the thinking.

Lundstram benched again as Fantasy owners consider selling the 'Lord'

A reclassification and a price hike were inevitable for John Lundstram (£5.5m) after his memorable 2019/20 but he is still cheaper than current teammate John Fleck (£6.0m), who looks a tad expensive.

What Fleck likely has over Lundstram is security of starts, with Sander Berge‘s (£5.0m) arrival and a contract saga potentially leaving the former ‘out of position’ FPL defender on the cusp of a Bramall Lane exit.

It’ll still be worth keeping tabs on Lundstram if he makes a move to another Premier League team, as he registered more big chances last season than any other sub-£6.0m midfielder in this article.

It goes without saying that he’ll be worse off as a Fantasy midfielder: he would have lost out on around 40 points had he been classified properly in 2019/20.

Fleck registered two fewer attacking returns than Lundstram, meanwhile, so doesn’t scream ‘value for money’.

Fantasy managers know they are getting security of starts with their Burnley assets, and Dwight McNeil (£6.0m) and Ashley Westwood (£5.5m) were both nailed picks last season.

The parallels were striking: both scored twice, set up seven goals, started every match they were available for and shared set-piece duties.

Winger McNeil offers that bit extra creativity from open play, of course, and his expected goal involvement (xGI) suggested he should have delivered two more attacking returns than his teammate.

It’s also worth keeping an eye on the fitness of Johann Berg Gudmundsson (£5.5m), whose glass calves restricted him to just six starts in 2019/20.

On his day he’s capable of an assist or two and the right-wing spot is there for the taking at present, with the Clarets’ squad paper-thin.

Don’t forget, though: Burnley blank in Gameweek 1.

The Best – and Worst – of the Rest

No sub-£7.5m FPL midfielder ‘underachieved’ more than James Ward-Prowse (£6.0m) in 2019/20, with his two missed spot-kicks not helping his xGI delta.

It remains to be seen if Ward-Prowse remains on penalty-taking duties following his two misses from 12 yards, with the Golden Boot-chasing Danny Ings (£8.5m) allowed to take two penalties in the run-in.

No player took more corners than Ward-Prowse last season and he is a constant menace from both indirect and direct free-kicks, which is a good job as his threat from open play has taken a downward trajectory since his move to a ‘number six’ role in Ralph Hasenhuttl’s 4-2-2-2.

Someone who thrived in that new system was Stuart Armstrong (£5.5m), who established himself as one of the two ‘number tens’ ahead of Sofiane Boufal (£5.5m) and Moussa Djenepo (£5.5m).

Not as nailed as Ward-Prowse or the slightly overpriced Nathan Redmond (£6.5m) due to Hasenhuttl’s management of his minutes, he nevertheless registered more goals and shots than any Saints player bar Ings from Gameweek 13 onwards (the point of the pivotal tactical reshuffle).

No mid-price midfielder in this article has indeed scored or shot on more occasions than Armstrong in 2020 so far, even if most of those efforts came from distance.

Only relegated Norwich City scored fewer goals than Crystal Palace last season and, with Roy Hodgson still at the helm, it’s hard to see Wilfried Zaha (£7.0m) and co being transformed into a gung-ho attacking side in 2020/21.

Zaha did register more penalty box touches and shots in the opposition area in 2019/20 than any other midfielder now priced at £7.0m or under, while he has averaged over 16 FPL returns per season across the last four years; last year’s haul of four goals and six assists lowering that mean.

A lack of penalties killed Luka Milivojevic‘s (£6.0m) appeal after two seasons of spot-kick joy, meanwhile.

It’s perhaps worth keeping an eye on Jeffrey Schlupp (£5.5m) in pre-season, with the Ghanaian deployed as an out-of-position striker in the 2-1 friendly win over Oxford United.

Down the M23, Adam Lallana has it all to prove at an inflated £6.5m after years of inertia at Anfield.

Graham Potter’s bloated squad and his predilection for rotation will be enough to put most FPL managers off Brighton assets, despite the promising team he is building.

Leandro Trossard (£6.0m) is the obvious standout name from the Seagulls but even the Belgian, who posed the biggest goal threat of Albion’s midfield assets and who enjoyed the odd ‘out of position’ run-out up front, still warmed the benched on 12 occasions in 2019/20.

Much is expected of Alexis Mac Allister (£5.5m) in his first full season on the south coast but his rawness was evident in the run-in and he remains low down on the watchlist for now.

There was some bemusing pricing of Aston Villa assets going on at FPL Towers upon the game’s relaunch, with the listing of Jota at £6.0m the most baffling decision.

Reported Manchester United target Jack Grealish (£7.0m) is fairly priced, though.

While the Villa talisman only delivered two attacking returns in his final 15 appearances, it shouldn’t be forgotten how impressive he was before that point.

Grealish racked up seven goals, six assists and 14 bonus points in the first 23 Gameweeks of the campaign, averaging a very respectable 5.0 points per match over this period.

Despite the barren run in the final third of the campaign, Grealish still finished first for overall score (149) and points per match (4.1) among sub-£7.5m midfielders (discounting the reclassified Matt Ritchie (£5.0m) and Lundstram).

Only De Bruyne created more chances than Grealish in 2019/20.

Trezeguet (£5.5m) was Villa’s form midfielder in the run-in, scoring three goals, but only Grealish, Douglas Luiz (£5.0m) and perhaps John McGinn (£5.5m) look truly secure in Dean Smith’s XI, with rotation commonplace throughout last season.

McGinn looked off the pace after recovering from a long-term lay-off so it will be interesting to see if a pre-season regime has helped him recover his stamina levels after an impressive start to 2019/20.

Pre-season has started well for Everton’s Gylfi Sigurdsson (£7.0m), who scored twice and set up another in the Toffees’ 3-3 draw with Blackpool.

The consensus seems to be that the Icelander needs a number ten role to maximise his potential, something that wasn’t afforded to him until Carlo Ancelotti switched from a 4-4-2 to a 4-2-3-1 in Gameweek 37+.

Everton were back in a 4-4-2 at the weekend, however, with Sigurdsson offering little from open play and reliant on a corner, a free-kick and penalty for his three attacking returns against Blackpool – not that FPL managers care a jot where their goals and assists come from.

The Toffees’ five midfield assets at £5.5m-£6.0m were equally underwhelming in 2019/20, so there’ll be few takers from that quintet despite the decent opening run of games.

FPL managers may be leaving West Ham assets well alone until the fixture swing in Gameweek 9 but Jarrod Bowen (£6.5m) is the stand-out name from the Hammers’ seven-strong group of mid-price midfielders, having made a big impression since his move from Hull City.

The winger was an ever-present starter from Gameweek 28 onwards, setting up four goals in the post-lockdown era alone.

Pablo Fornals (£6.5m) also made the starting XI in every game from this point but was less eye-catching and David Moyes has a wealth of attacking midfield options waiting in the wings, including Manuel Lanzini (£6.5m), Robert Snodgrass (£6.0m), Andriy Yarmolenko (£6.0m) and returning loanee Grady Diangana (£5.5m).

Allan Saint-Maximin (£5.5m) is the highest-owned FPL midfielder under £6.0m at the time of writing, although his eye-catching displays haven’t always been converted into FPL points during his time on Tyneside.

His minutes-per-xGI figure was the best of Newcastle United’s midfielders last season but that average paled in comparison to many other assets in his Fantasy position and the lack of a clinical striker up top for the Magpies sometimes meant his fine work out wide went unrewarded.

The change to a more attacking 4-2-3-1 in March seemed to remove the shackles from Steve Bruce’s side, with five of Saint-Maximin’s eight attacking returns in 2019/20 arriving in the final ten Gameweeks.

Jonjo Shelvey (£5.5m) is an interesting alternative at this price point: the deep-lying playmaker had the best points-per-match average (4.0) of any sub-£6.0m midfielder in this article bar the reclassified Lundstram and Ritchie, with his involvement at free-kicks and corners integral to his returns.



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1,159 Comments Post a Comment
  1. no1baj
    • 9 Years
    11 months, 4 days ago

    I haven't played for a few years now, any advice would be appreciated.

    Ryan
    TAA / Saliba / Gomez / Justin
    Salah / Maddison / Mahrez / Auba
    Mitrovic / Jiminez

    Button / Bissouma / Bednarek / Antonio

    This isn't first week line up, its just my team so far.

    any tips? advice?

    1. LangerznMash
      • 4 Years
      11 months, 4 days ago

      It's alright, some nice differential picks in Maddison and Mahrez.
      Antonio too expensive to be a bench / rotation player.

    2. Z
      • 4 Years
      11 months, 4 days ago

      No CFC amd Spurs palyer with GREAT fixtures

    3. Fulchester's New Centr…
      • 3 Years
      11 months, 4 days ago

      Sorry to be a negative Nancy but:
      Button maybe going to WBA so might as well have McCarthy in goal.
      Jo-Go is a maybe - as only offers CS and maybe not nailed, might be better to go with 2 x 4.5s or maybe Dier (5.0? I think).
      Saliba not nailed
      Justin probably only in for a few weeks and Leicester have no defenders
      Mahrez place going to Messi
      Bednarek's place might go to Salisu try KWP instead
      Antonio to dear to be benched, injury record not good and Hammers' fixtures horrible

    4. FALSE PROFIT
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 7 Years
      11 months, 4 days ago

      If not 1st week lineup then why no Citeh and United players?

  2. Z
    • 4 Years
    11 months, 4 days ago

    No love for Vardy at all?

    1. Jambot
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 10 Years
      11 months, 4 days ago

      I’ve got him to start although he’ll become Jiminez at some point early in the season all going well

    2. Flair
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      11 months, 4 days ago

      Sitting in my team right now, confident he's going to seriously punish the doubters

      1. Z
        • 4 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        Same here...Good to here that

    3. Old Man
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 10 Years
      11 months, 4 days ago

      No Pereira and no Chilwell

    4. Le Bluff
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 10 Years
      11 months, 4 days ago

      A great option and posted some good stats towards the end of the season, but I'm not too sure on Leicester myself. No Chilwell and Pereira will hurt them and may affect Vardy's output.

    5. IRBOX ⚽
      • 4 Years
      11 months, 4 days ago

      Absolutely not. Overpriced and almost needing a Zimmer frame. Werner, Martial, Ings, Jimenez all superior options. Even Kun and Kane have him covered

      1. Z
        • 4 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        Huh....we talk about "overprice", and Ings is 8.5

        1. IRBOX ⚽
          • 4 Years
          11 months, 4 days ago

          Yeah I wouldn’t touch him either. It’s Werner, Martial or Mitrovic for me

      2. Would Ed Woodward
        • 2 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        Had terrible xG too when he scored for 75 games in a row, lucky run.

        1. IRBOX ⚽
          • 4 Years
          11 months, 4 days ago

          Absolute bell end also, infuriated me

          1. Richard Richard (AKA: Anzhi…
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 5 Years
            11 months, 4 days ago

            Hard to argue with that!

  3. Ser Davos
    • 6 Years
    11 months, 4 days ago

    Salah really looked out of it yesterday. Physically in great shape, but completely different to his PS debut at Wigan in 2017.

    I wonder if the plan will be Salah to KDB/Sterling rather than Auba

    1. Z
      • 4 Years
      11 months, 4 days ago

      You still have some sort of plan? Wait and see- that is the only plan 🙂

    2. Carlton P
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      11 months, 4 days ago

      May even be Salah > Bruno gw2 for me

      1. Ser Davos
        • 6 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        ah, yes this crossed my mind too

        Auba may be the one to just set and forget

      2. I Member
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 5 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        Considering this as well but it could backfire spectacularly. Chelsea not good defensively.

    3. Andy_Social
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      11 months, 4 days ago

      Getting that animated over a meaningless friendly? Auba v Salah in Commie Shield upcoming.

    4. El Presidente
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      11 months, 4 days ago

      Physically in great shape?? Ok.

    5. Jellyfish
      • 9 Years
      11 months, 4 days ago

      I may well swap Salah for Mane before the season KO's

  4. ChickenTikkaMoSalah
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 6 Years
    11 months, 4 days ago

    Which team is best:

    A) 1.5ITB for Son —> Bruno GW2

    McCarthy (Fabri)
    TAA Doherty KWP (Ferguson,Taylor)
    Salah Auba Son ASM Soucek
    Werner Mitrovic (Davis)

    B) Bruno on bench to slot in GW2

    McCarthy (Fabri)
    TAA,Dier,Saiss,KWP (Ferguson)
    Salah,Auba,ASM,Armstrong (Bruno)
    Werner,Mitrovic (Davis)

    1. LangerznMash
      • 4 Years
      11 months, 4 days ago

      A

  5. inactive
    • 10 Years
    11 months, 4 days ago

    A) 4m (bench), Bruno Fernandes & Soucek

    B) 4m (bench), Ziyech & Greenwood

    C) Doherty, Ziyech & Soucek (Vinagre bench)

    1. Fulchester's New Centr…
      • 3 Years
      11 months, 4 days ago

      All good, uhmm, C

  6. ElliotJHP
    • 9 Years
    11 months, 4 days ago

    Can't believe Jairo Riedewald is a listed midfielder, ruined my Wednesday.

    All eyes on Scott Dann.

    1. ChickenTikkaMoSalah
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 6 Years
      11 months, 4 days ago

      It’s not like we have to get players from palace, only reason we were interested was due to the 4.0 price points of Ferguson and Mitchell

      1. ElliotJHP
        • 9 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        Aye and that is what I am hoping they price Scotty Dann at!

    2. Richard Richard (AKA: Anzhi…
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      11 months, 4 days ago

      Why has Dann not been priced?

  7. Le Bluff
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 10 Years
    11 months, 4 days ago

    Southampton and Ings' stats were far better than Wolves' and Jimenez's respectively over the last 6 games of the season.

    Jimenez has been in every draft of mine so far but I'm starting to look at Ings instead.

    shu - MCY isn't the easiest of starts for Wolves.

    Anyone else thinking similar?

    1. Flair
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      11 months, 4 days ago

      Neither is my choice

    2. Camzy
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 11 Years
      11 months, 4 days ago

      Not interested in either with their new increased price. Think Werner and Martial are superior.

      1. Le Bluff
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 10 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        Oh I fully agree with you on Werner and Martial. What's your latest draft? I can't quite strike a balance just yet with Werner and Martial in the same team.

        1. Camzy
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 11 Years
          11 months, 4 days ago

          The same old stuff.

          McCarthy Steer
          TAA Doherty Dier Vinagre* Johnson
          Auba Fernandes Son Ziyech Soucek
          Werner Mitrovic Wickham

          Plan is to roll a transfer in GW2 and then lose Auba in GW3 for either Salah or City depending on which looks better.

    3. Flynny
      • 6 Years
      11 months, 4 days ago

      Jiminez v ings seems to me to be an impossible call....

      One of those 50 50s where I think you just hope you have picked the right one

    4. JVALDEZ
      • 9 Years
      11 months, 4 days ago

      You think Ings opening fixtures look good for attacking returns? I don't.

      1. Le Bluff
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 10 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        Ings showed last season that fixtures don't matter to him. Southampton faired better away from home so the likes of Palace away and then Tottenham at home are actually good fixtures for them IMO.

    5. Z
      • 4 Years
      11 months, 4 days ago

      Dont want them for that amount of money.

    6. Forza
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 6 Years
      11 months, 4 days ago

      It's close, but Jimenez has been great for two consecutive seasons rather than just one, and Wolves are a more reliable team generally.

      1. Le Bluff
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 10 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        Yeah, both seasons I've found a reason not to start with Jimenez and both seasons he's absolutely punished me!

        1. Flynny
          • 6 Years
          11 months, 4 days ago

          Maybe the answer is neither.... save the cash and go mitro

  8. TimoTime
    • 1 Year
    11 months, 4 days ago

    Who do you prefer for the first few fixtures:

    A) Soucek

    B) Saint-Max

    1. LangerznMash
      • 4 Years
      11 months, 4 days ago

      B

    2. ElliotJHP
      • 9 Years
      11 months, 4 days ago

      Saint-Max atm but I haven't ruled Soucek out

      1. Andy_Social
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 8 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        Awful fixtures for Soucek. Visit later.

        1. ElliotJHP
          • 9 Years
          11 months, 4 days ago

          Absolutely tough fixtures but Newcastle at home first, don't think Spurs & Arsenal are that great at defending set pieces.

          For 5 mil I am still considering it

          1. ElliotJHP
            • 9 Years
            11 months, 4 days ago

            Just had a look and I am wrong on Spurs to be fair.

            But out of teams not relegated, Newcastle and Arsenal joint with Villa for most goals conceded from set pieces.

            Decent first two games for Soucek

    3. TimoTime
      • 1 Year
      11 months, 4 days ago

      Yeh I am leaning towards ASM, think Soucek is a trap (even if he is a good enabler)

  9. Flair
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 1 Year
    11 months, 4 days ago

    Thiago supplying throughballs to Salah, 16/17 back on the menu

    1. Miguel Sanchez
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      11 months, 4 days ago

      You mean 17/18?

  10. adstomko
    • 5 Years
    11 months, 4 days ago

    Thoughts on this unusual draft?

    McCarthy
    Trent, Doherty, Tierney, Dier, Egan
    Salah, Aubameyang, Ziyech, Willian
    Ings

    1. Fulchester's New Centr…
      • 3 Years
      11 months, 4 days ago

      Don't like one upfront, especially as the one you have has a bit of an injury record. Brewster could fix this issue though.

      1. adstomko
        • 5 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        Can swap to Jimenez or Martial with my spare 0.5m

  11. Pedram
    • 7 Years
    11 months, 4 days ago

    I swear i'm not going to destroy my team structure to accommodate Messi in my team

    1. Flair
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      11 months, 4 days ago

      Already know how I'll get him if he's 14M

    2. Fulchester's New Centr…
      • 3 Years
      11 months, 4 days ago

      4.5 / 4.0
      TAA / 4.5 / 4.5 / 4.5/ 4.0
      4.5 / 5.0 / 5.5 / Messi / 4.5
      6.0 / 6.5

      ?

      1. Pedram
        • 7 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        Looks disgusting lmao

    3. Wild Card this...
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 11 Years
      11 months, 4 days ago

      And missing GW1 🙂

    4. FPL Forward Thinker
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      11 months, 4 days ago

      You playing Fantasy Football Italia ? 😉

  12. PP6
    • 2 Years
    11 months, 4 days ago

    Re-post
    Thoughts on this?
    Would really like Ings but can’t have them all

    McCarthy Steer
    Trent Egan KWP C.Taylor Ferguson
    Salah Auba ASM Periera Anguissa
    Kane Werner Mitrovic.

    1. Fulchester's New Centr…
      • 3 Years
      11 months, 4 days ago

      Thought I was being smart getting Anguissa this time 2 years ago. Sadly, I wasn't.

      1. PP6
        • 2 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        Loool

        Oh well it’s just a 4.5 with a risk why not fullchester

    2. 2OLEgend
        11 months, 4 days ago

        I wouldn't go without any Wolfs after GW 3 personally. How do you plan to get in Manc? Salah & Auba out?

    3. Rasping Drive
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 11 Years
      11 months, 4 days ago

      GW1 looks like the only one with Monday Night Football. And discounting the handful of gameweeks that will occur midweek, there are no early or late kick-offs. All matches to be played at the same time on a Saturday. No Sunday football until the last game of the season.

      That’s just not cricket!

      1. Would Ed Woodward
        • 2 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        That'll all change...

      2. Miguel Sanchez
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 5 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        Don’t think this is final. TV channels still negotiating their schedules and I’m sure it will break out further.

        1. Rasping Drive
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 11 Years
          11 months, 4 days ago

          Hope so!

    4. aapoman
      • 7 Years
      11 months, 4 days ago

      Thoughts?

      McCarthy
      TAA Aurier KWP Vinagre
      Salah Auba Maddison Armstrong
      Vardy Werner

      4.0; Lamptey, Gordon, Brewster

      1. billnats
        • 10 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        Aurier won’t be at Spurs GW1

        1. aapoman
          • 7 Years
          11 months, 4 days ago

          Why?

          1. Fulchester's New Centr…
            • 3 Years
            11 months, 4 days ago

            Dentist's appointment

          2. Dont_Win_Friends_With_Salah…
            • 3 Years
            11 months, 4 days ago

            Doherty will be there by the look of it

    5. billnats
      • 10 Years
      11 months, 4 days ago

      A) VVD, Ziyech, Davies (Villa)
      B) KWP, Soucek, Ings

      1. adstomko
        • 5 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        A

        1. billnats
          • 10 Years
          11 months, 4 days ago

          Ziyech nailed on?

          1. adstomko
            • 5 Years
            11 months, 4 days ago

            I would imagine so, given that Willian has left

      2. Fulchester's New Centr…
        • 3 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        A, no contest

    6. FOO FIGHTER
      • 1 Year
      11 months, 4 days ago

      Spurs want to sign Doherty apparently. Least he will stay at 6.0 🙂

      1. Richard Richard (AKA: Anzhi…
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 5 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        Hmm. All things considered I'd prefer he stayed put.

        1. GreenWindmill
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 9 Years
          11 months, 4 days ago

          Agree. Think he's a more attractive prospect at Wolves.

          1. Jordan.
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 11 Years
            11 months, 4 days ago

            hes ok at wolves apart from traore getting in his way, tbh thats why ive not picked him yet,no brainer doing what aurier does and more at spurs

      2. Fulchester's New Centr…
        • 3 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        Is Spurs a step up from Wolves? Wouldn't have thought so.
        Also agree with Richie

        1. Dont_Win_Friends_With_Salah…
          • 3 Years
          11 months, 4 days ago

          Quite simply, yes. No Spurs fan, but a bigger club, brand new stadium, more chance of champs league football...

          1. Dont_Win_Friends_With_Salah…
            • 3 Years
            11 months, 4 days ago

            He would probably prefer to live in London as well I'd have thought

            1. Richard Richard (AKA: Anzhi…
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 5 Years
              11 months, 4 days ago

              I'll have you know that the much desired city of Wolverhampton is the land of plenty.

              Plenty of what I'll let you decide.

            2. Fulchester's New Centr…
              • 3 Years
              11 months, 4 days ago

              Bigger club - maybe
              New stadium - definitely
              More chance of Champs league - not sure
              Live in London - ? I moved there as an adult and happy that I am in the process of leaving

              1. Richard Richard (AKA: Anzhi…
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 5 Years
                11 months, 4 days ago

                Like most people I have a love-hate relationship with London. You more or less need a PL player wages to enjoy it fully.
                I can see why you'd be looking elsewhere.

                1. Dont_Win_Friends_With_Salah…
                  • 3 Years
                  11 months, 4 days ago

                  Agreed, on my salary I wouldn't choose to live there. On 50k a week I think I would love it

    7. Mayor of Flair
      • 7 Years
      11 months, 4 days ago

      Best placeholder for Greenwood for GW1:

      Mount
      Maddison
      Periera
      Moura
      Zaha

      1. ElliotJHP
        • 9 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        Out of those I like Mount

      2. Blue&White85
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 5 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        Not that keen on any and not sure it’s worth burning a transfer, would maybe just get Greenwood instead. If any I’d go Zaha.

    8. Dybala10
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      11 months, 4 days ago

      What's the expected Spurs line-up at the back?

      I'm seeing a lot of Dier picks and I know Mourinho wanted him at United, but what is the evidence behind him being nailed?

      Is it a Dier/Alderweirld/Sanchez back 3?

      1. Fulchester's New Centr…
        • 3 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        Aurier or New RB / Dier / Toby A / Davies I think

      2. aapoman
        • 7 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        Started all final 7 games last season he was available for.

      3. Flair
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 1 Year
        11 months, 4 days ago

        Lloris

        Davies - Dier - Alderweireld - RB

        Bascially the first choice lineup, Dier and Davies are nailed. Unlikely to be a back 3 but Mou is clearly considering it as shown by the friendly

        1. I Member
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 5 Years
          11 months, 4 days ago

          It was a back 4 in the friendly. Gedson Fernandes played right back.

    9. Flair
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      11 months, 4 days ago

      How well are we expecting Fernandes to do? 15 goals, 10 assist is a realistic scenario and he'd be worth it for that price, correct?

      1. Fulchester's New Centr…
        • 3 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        Cheap even - if he'd played full season last year would be 11.5

        1. Flair
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 1 Year
          11 months, 4 days ago

          Definitely. My decision depends on how well he'll do in the first 9, then. Don't expect him to do much

      2. Miguel Sanchez
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 5 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        He’s not gonna get the near 300 points his pointer per game last season would have equated to but he should be good for that 230-250 mark and be good value.

      3. Camzy
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 11 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        He'll get more than that. In all competitions, his record is:

        18/19 - 53 apps, 30 goals (33/20 in league)
        19/20 - 50 apps, 27 goals (31/16 in league including 14/8 at MUN)

        He will get closer to 20 goals imo.

        1. Flair
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 1 Year
          11 months, 4 days ago

          10 penalties is a realistic estimate, so (to look at it rather crudley) aside from those he needs to get 10 more in 38 at a rate of 1 every 4 games. Definitely doable, looks like an excellent option at that price then.

      4. SADIO SANÉ
        • 6 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        I think 9 pen goals and another 9 normal is about right, more than 10 assists I reckon - Martial and Greenwood are pretty good

      5. ⱼₐᵣᵥᵢₛₕ
        • 6 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        Spread market midpoints for him are 14 goals, 10 PL assists, so not an outlandish prediction.

      6. mynameisq
        • 7 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        The thing for me is the pens will continue, not at the current rate maybe but still plenty so maybe 10 goals just from that alone

        He's a results machine assist or goals he will almost always be involved but his open play threat hasn't been realised by fans who haven't seen him play before

      7. Goonsquad245
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 5 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        Looks about right to me. He’ll be good value at £10.5

        I wish he was £12m, because he’s vastly overestimated on here and people would buy him over Salah anyway on the expectation of a 250 point season.

    10. PocketZola
      • 3 Years
      11 months, 4 days ago

      Anyone going without pool? I saw their friendly and not impressed, but then they play leeds

      1. Fulchester's New Centr…
        • 3 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        No Pool just seems like madness to me - they won the season that just finished a few weeks ago by 20 points or something.

        1. PocketZola
          • 3 Years
          11 months, 4 days ago

          They looked rubbish so far

          1. PocketZola
            • 3 Years
            11 months, 4 days ago

            If Messi goes, I can see Barca raiding pool

            1. Fulchester's New Centr…
              • 3 Years
              11 months, 4 days ago

              Koeman is the coach though - they probably end up with Michael Keane and JWP

    11. Jellyfish
      • 9 Years
      11 months, 4 days ago

      Just noticed the Ferguson red flag. Whats the consensus on here as to the next best 4.0 option?

      1. Flair
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 1 Year
        11 months, 4 days ago

        Mitchell/Johnson the current standouts at the moment

        1. Jellyfish
          • 9 Years
          11 months, 4 days ago

          Thanks, was looking at Mitchell actually

        2. Fulchester's New Centr…
          • 3 Years
          11 months, 4 days ago

          Mitchell Johnson - great 'tache

      2. PocketZola
        • 3 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        Douglas, but I need another to downgrade walker-peters

      3. GreenWindmill
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 9 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        Johnson at West Ham (Fredericks currently injured)
        Mitchell at Crystal Palace (van Aanholt currently injured)

        That's about it I think.

      4. Richard Richard (AKA: Anzhi…
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 5 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        Johnson likely to start the season

        1. Jellyfish
          • 9 Years
          11 months, 4 days ago

          Thanks all

      5. Miguel Sanchez
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 5 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        Strujik - this year’s Lundstram

      6. Forza
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 6 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        Mitchell (if PvA remains out) or Johnson (but West Ham have awful fixtures). Struijk is going under the radar but he's a non-option if Leeds sign a CB.

    12. steven8991
      • 5 Years
      11 months, 4 days ago

      Which one is better?
      A. Ziyech + Kane
      B. Son + Werner

      1. Flair
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 1 Year
        11 months, 4 days ago

        Ziyech + Werner, swap Werner for Kane after 4 GWs.

      2. Camzy
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 11 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        I think you can and probably should get 3/4 considering their price and the favorability of their fixtures.

      3. Fulchester's New Centr…
        • 3 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        B - better Spurs option and better Chelsea option

        1. I Member
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 5 Years
          11 months, 4 days ago

          Son is not the better first Spurs option.

      4. Miguel Sanchez
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 5 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        B

      5. 2OLEgend
          11 months, 4 days ago

          B

      6. Garlana
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 6 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        Havent really posted many RMT's so just wondered how far off the mark you think this team is?
        Not excited by the cheap forward options so ive gone with premiumish options. Thoughts?

        McCarthy
        TAA , Vinagre, Saliba
        Son, Salah, Auba, Maxim, Armstrong
        Jimi, Werner

        Nyland - Lamptey, Johnson, Davis

        1. mynameisq
          • 7 Years
          11 months, 4 days ago

          Pretty template to be honest, which isn't unexpected at this stage. Like the Lamptey pick

        2. Camzy
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 11 Years
          11 months, 4 days ago

          It looks pretty good overall. Prefer KWP for fixtures over Lamptey. Double up on SOU defense early doors could be worth a lot of points.

        3. Fulchester's New Centr…
          • 3 Years
          11 months, 4 days ago

          Think you are nearly there, but expect 4.5s to change before GW1

        4. Garlana
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 6 Years
          11 months, 4 days ago

          cheers all, i was reluctant to go double Southampton..but then again if the alternative is Brighton then maybe i need to re think 🙂

      7. SADIO SANÉ
        • 6 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        Fraser Eze Zaha
        Ayew
        in a 4231 could make the Prince a bargain

        1. Fulchester's New Centr…
          • 3 Years
          11 months, 4 days ago

          the Prince?

        2. pingissimus
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 2 Years
          11 months, 4 days ago

          🙂

          Top of ticker around week 5/6. But Schlupp is the one of course 🙂

          Don’t see a 4-2-3-1 happening at all though

      8. PocketZola
        • 3 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        I think I have cracked it lads, rmt

        Mccarthy
        Saliba TAA Vinagre walker-peters
        Salah(c) Willian Auba ASM Armstrong
        Werner

        5MIL in the bank for asm to fernandes

        1. Fulchester's New Centr…
          • 3 Years
          11 months, 4 days ago

          Must be a better plan than 5 million ITB

          1. Stormbringer22
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 1 Year
            11 months, 4 days ago

            This

          2. PocketZola
            • 3 Years
            11 months, 4 days ago

            Im open to suggestions

            1. PocketZola
              • 3 Years
              11 months, 4 days ago

              ASM to Son now?

              1. Stormbringer22
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 1 Year
                11 months, 4 days ago

                Would be an improvement

            2. Fulchester's New Centr…
              • 3 Years
              11 months, 4 days ago

              Willian to Mane?

              1. PocketZola
                • 3 Years
                11 months, 4 days ago

                I would love to but got Brewster as a fw

      9. IRBOX ⚽
        • 4 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        How long did Maguire spend in prison in Greece? No doubt Bruno Fernandes flew in to cover the penalty.

        #overpricedMilivojevic

        1. SADIO SANÉ
          • 6 Years
          11 months, 4 days ago

          not your best work this

          1. IRBOX ⚽
            • 4 Years
            11 months, 4 days ago

            Tough crowd. Must be full of Penchester United fans

        2. mynameisq
          • 7 Years
          11 months, 4 days ago

          Come up with that all on your own?

          1. IRBOX ⚽
            • 4 Years
            11 months, 4 days ago

            Actually had a sideways pass assist from the lucky Portuguese man himself

            1. mynameisq
              • 7 Years
              11 months, 4 days ago

              Guess what, they all count!

              1. IRBOX ⚽
                • 4 Years
                11 months, 4 days ago

                Hence see my comment below

        3. Richard Richard (AKA: Anzhi…
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 5 Years
          11 months, 4 days ago

          You swerving Bruno yourself Irbs?

          1. IRBOX ⚽
            • 4 Years
            11 months, 4 days ago

            I might get him just to go with the crowd. Can’t take another season of poor performance. If united keep their penalty record and he scores 10 goals from pens he is almost, dare I say it, essential. I don’t like the chap but sometimes you have to swallow your pride, remove the bias and select the correct option

        4. ⱼₐᵣᵥᵢₛₕ
          • 6 Years
          11 months, 4 days ago

          Let me guess the next one - £5000 fine and they've offered £3000 plus Lingard?

          1. IRBOX ⚽
            • 4 Years
            11 months, 4 days ago

            I thought he was provoked on Wednesday night but the reports state that but the time he turned around he accidentally struck an innocent bystander on Friday morning 😆

      10. rnrd
        • 6 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        Pens down. Reliables sources are stating Messi has chosen to join City.
        Barça might ask 222 M and City has 300M to spend so Messi + Koulibably makes it 300 5Jesus might also leave which give funds too).

        I think it's happening

        1. Flair
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 1 Year
          11 months, 4 days ago

          No way are we spending 222 million, he'll leave for free

        2. Stormbringer22
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 1 Year
          11 months, 4 days ago

          I hope that for the sake of FPL that it doesn't

          1. Richard Richard (AKA: Anzhi…
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 5 Years
            11 months, 4 days ago

            Totally. EO at 180% or something....snoozefest.

            I'd be looking forward to Champ Manager again if so.

            1. Stormbringer22
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 1 Year
              11 months, 4 days ago

              I loved what you suggested yesterday that they should just price him at £25m in FPL so that no one has him.

              1. Richard Richard (AKA: Anzhi…
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 5 Years
                11 months, 4 days ago

                Honestly I'd love it. Perfect scenario. You could still buy him, but you'd never make it work.

        3. Fulchester's New Centr…
          • 3 Years
          11 months, 4 days ago

          Would he join UTD if Woodward offered a billion?

        4. Jordan.
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 11 Years
          11 months, 4 days ago

          id say thats a reasonable compromise,but that 222m will have to be spent well,lot of angst in barcelona public and fans atm

        5. ⱼₐᵣᵥᵢₛₕ
          • 6 Years
          11 months, 4 days ago

          Who are these reliable sources?

        6. FOO FIGHTER
          • 1 Year
          11 months, 4 days ago

          So £220m for Messi's fee plus wages. He will be the highest earner in world football.

          At his age he will have no resale value. Most luxury buy ever.

          This is when rumours need to be taken with a pinch of salt.

        7. IRBOX ⚽
          • 4 Years
          11 months, 4 days ago

          I would absolutely love to see him play in England, forget FPL. That would be the ultimate dream

      11. Flair
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 1 Year
        11 months, 4 days ago

        United won 14 penalties this season, how many did they win the previous season?

        1. mynameisq
          • 7 Years
          11 months, 4 days ago

          I think it was 9, they always get penalties even when they're totally awful at attacking. With Bruno Pogba Martial Greenwood Rashford they're a lot better at that side of things

          1. Flair
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 1 Year
            11 months, 4 days ago

            Thanks, seems like the penalties are here to stay

            1. mynameisq
              • 7 Years
              11 months, 4 days ago

              For sure they will get them no matter what that's what makes Bruno close to essential for me they remind me a little of Rodgers attacking Liverpool side and I'm sure Gerrard got plenty of pens that season

              1. Flair
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 1 Year
                11 months, 4 days ago

                Absolutely agree, he's well worth it and should hit 230+ points. Only matter of when not if, currently set on ignoring him till GW9 b/c fixtures but once he's here he'll stay.

      12. SomeoneKnows
        • 5 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        Which would you rather have from the get go?

        A) Jimenez
        B) Ings

        1) Maddison
        2) Pereira

        1. mynameisq
          • 7 Years
          11 months, 4 days ago

          B1

        2. Stormbringer22
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 1 Year
          11 months, 4 days ago

          Jimenez. And neither of the other 2

        3. Fulchester's New Centr…
          • 3 Years
          11 months, 4 days ago

          A.2

      13. FALSE PROFIT
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 7 Years
        11 months, 4 days ago

        NDIDI DID NI DID HE

        1. Fulchester's New Centr…
          • 3 Years
          11 months, 4 days ago

          Like that one. Reminds me of my granny.

          1. FALSE PROFIT
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 7 Years
            11 months, 4 days ago

            AFRICAN SCOTTISH