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Latest injury updates on Werner and Pulisic as James stars in Chelsea win

Brighton 1-3 Chelsea

  • Goals: Leandro Trossard (£6.0m) | Jorginho (£5.0m), Reece James (£5.0m), Kurt Zouma (£5.0m)
  • Assists: Tariq Lamptey (£4.5m) | Timo Werner (£9.5m), Jorginho, R James
  • Bonus Points: R James x3, Jorginho x2, Trossard x1

Nearly half of all Fantasy Premier League managers will hang on every word Frank Lampard says in his next press conference following a slight injury to Timo Werner (£9.5m) on Monday night.

The Chelsea forward, owned by 48% worldwide, sustained a dead leg in winning a penalty at the Amex Stadium. Even though he was able to finish the game, the knock reportedly restricted much of Werner’s movement during his Premier League debut.

However, that fact arguably holds encouragement for his owners, as the former RB Leipzig man was still Chelsea’s best attacking asset against Brighton despite those mitigating circumstances.

In a relatively unconvincing team performance, it was Werner’s pace and guile that asked the most questions of the Brighton defence. Even though Jorginho‘s (£5.0m) 22nd-minute pass was marginally overhit, Werner was still quick enough to chase it down and win the foul for the penalty.

It was this contact with Mathew Ryan (£4.5m) in the 23rd minute that restricted Werner for the rest of the match, but even carrying the knock, he still offered exciting penetrative runs. If he is fit and available for the Liverpool game, his owners may enjoy watching him operate against a defence with even more space behind it than Brighton offered.

“We saw (signs of how dangerous Werner can be). We know that. I love the way Timo pops up in different areas. He’s not a front-man who attaches to centre-backs so much. Sometimes he starts from a little bit deeper but when he goes, he goes. We saw that with the burst of pace (for the penalty).” – Frank Lampard

“Timo took a knock when he won the penalty so it’s more of a dead leg, we hope. I would like to think if it is a dead leg we have got a bit of time to get for him to get back (for the Liverpool game), and he obviously finished the game.” – Frank Lampard

“(The dead leg) was from the penalty. The knee of the goalkeeper hit me directly. It was hard and for the rest of the game, it hurts a lot. I (couldn’t) do some movements because of the muscle goes very hard. Of course, (I will be available for the Liverpool game). For games like this, you are always fit.” – Timo Werner

Injuries appear to already be the recurring theme for key Chelsea assets, as Christian Pulisic (£8.5m) missed out on the trip to Brighton, and currently boasts a yellow flag ahead of Gameweek 2. The American midfielder was originally in contention for Monday night, but Lampard revealed that he had suffered a setback in recovering from the fitness issues that troubled him at the end of Project Restart. Pulisic is, therefore, another player to listen out for in the next round of press conferences.

“Christian (Pulisic) was training with us last week but he had a little bit of discomfort a couple of days ago where he was trying to train with us and be in contention for today. He has had to just take a few steps back, so we’ll have to see.” – Frank Lampard

It was obvious that Chelsea missed the driving runs and shot-volume of Pulisic at the Amex Stadium and the absence of Hakim Ziyech (£8.0m) limited how much insightful creativity was on display.

As a result, there was criticism of Kai Havertz (£8.5m) and Ruben Loftus-Cheek (£6.0m) who were deployed on the right and middle of an attacking midfield trio behind Werner. The latter was especially poor in possession, too pensive on the ball and guilty of either taking too long to find a pass or simply lose the ball entirely.

Lampard has typically been a fan of 4-3-3 but, to some extent, his personnel shortages forced the switch to 4-2-3-1 on Monday, which struggled to offer much threat in the first hour or so. Perhaps when their key men are fit and available, things might be different.

“I don’t really want to pin us down to that one. We have the capabilities to play that way. We have maybe three or four players who would want to play number 10 for us but it won’t always be that simple. I want us to be adaptable and I think when you look at Kai, Reuben, Mason and Ross, we’ve got a lot of players. We’ve got Pulisic and Ziyech coming back. I have to work on that one. I want us to look fluid. It could be a 4-2-3-1 at times, and sometimes a 4-3-3. I want that movement within us. The players are still trying to work each other out a little bit. I thought today we weren’t as fluid as we could have been. We couldn’t find those passes between the lines. If we work on it, I want us to have a lot more movement up-front than we had today.” – Frank Lampard

It was this shoe-horning of Chelsea’s players into a slightly unfamiliar formation that stunted Havertz’s performance on Monday night.

The £8.5m man has already been sold by 45,000+ managers for Gameweek 2 off the back of a largely anonymous display, but some of his owners may be prepared to show slightly more patience.

It was clear that Havertz was not particularly comfortable on the right-hand side of midfield but it must also be remembered that he has only been training with Chelsea for roughly a week.

Furthermore, Havertz also produced some promising off-the-ball runs in the first half, the sort of thing that does not always get noticed by a cursive eye-test or in the statistics either.

In the opening exchanges, Werner found space down the right flank and squared a sweeping ball for Havertz, who was arriving in the six-yard box. The ball flashed past him by only a few inches, before the play was called back for offside, but seeing Havertz dash in like a centre-forward is certainly encouraging.

The former Bayer Leverkusen man made a similar run in the eighth minute before Mason Mount (£7.0m) tried to play him down the middle. The Englishman slightly overhit his pass, but had it been spot-on, Havertz would have been clean through in a one-on-one with Ryan.

Then after the goal, Werner found some space on the left-hand side this time and, while he was going up against Tariq Lamptey (£4.0m), Havertz made a promising untracked run into the box, which you can see below.

Source: Sky Sports Football’s YouTube Channel

As you can see, the midfielder was ghosting into the box largely unmarked, almost like we used to see with Lampard during his playing days. Had Werner elected to cut his shot back, Havertz would have been free to fire a first-time effort on goal from a central position. Runs such as the ones discussed here could prove fruitful against a Liverpool backline playing a higher defensive line on Sunday afternoon.

“I liked (Havertz against Brighton). It’s not a game where you come away and go ‘here are 10 vintage moments’ but I thought there were moments of real quality and calmness. It’s a big ask, there’s a lot on his shoulders for the sum. The fact that he’s young, coming to a different league. He plays the game at such a pace, in terms of his quality. I thought we saw a few glimpses of that. We also saw him sprint back 80 yards to make a defensive interception having given the ball away so everything I’ve seen about him in terms of his character was spot on. His quality is going to come through.” – Frank Lampard

While Kepa Arrizabalaga (£5.0m) continues to cause issues for Chelsea clean sheet potential, interest in their defenders is likely to increase in the coming days, especially once the Liverpool game is out of the way.

Reece James (£5.0m) put in an exceptional display going forward, netting a stunning goal from distance as he stepped into midfield from his right wing-back berth. His second-half corner helped the former Wigan loanee to an assist for Kurt Zouma‘s (£5.0m) deflected 66th-minute strike.

However, it will be interesting to see how often James will start at right-back for the remainder of the season. His start was partially influenced by an injury to Ben Chilwell (£5.5m) while Cesar Azpilicueta (£6.0m) was declared fit enough only for the bench. When both of those players are fully available and Chelsea get stuck into their European campaign, predicting which of their four full-backs will start each Premier League match may prove more difficult. Furthermore, when Ziyech is back on the team, he is likely to take corners away from James.

Meanwhile, even though it took some time for Brighton to get into the game, it was in the wider areas of defence that they had the most joy against Chelsea’s defence, which still has just one away clean sheet across the 2019/20 and 2020/21 campaigns.

After Steven Alzate (£4.5m) broke through the middle in the 34th minute and unleashed a powerful effort which Kepa batted away, Solly March (£5.0m) was completely unmarked in James’ zone, allowing him the time to line up a shot before it was blocked.

Immediately after half-time, the versatile left wing-back got all the way around the back of James, whipping a cross into the box that cannoned off Aaron Connolly (£5.5m) at the front post and into the side-netting.

Moments later Lamptey had the beating of Alonso, much as March had of James just before. The right wing-back, who continues to look promising as an FPL asset based on his advanced positioning, got into the box only to see his fierce shot blocked by Zouma.

“(Lamptey) was fun to watch. Such energy and enthusiasm for the game. He’s been like that since he came. He’s young and still has much to learn but his approach to football is refreshing.” – Graham Potter

However, Lamptey got a well-deserved assist in the 54th minute, when his pass to Leandro Trossard (£6.0m) found its way into the bottom corner, courtesy of a well-placed distance effort from the Belgian midfielder.

Four minutes later, Trossard’s cross from the right-hand side found an unmarked Lewis Dunk (£5.0m) at the back post. The centre-back made contact but managed to nod his effort wide when he really should have scored.

Generally speaking, Chelsea looked fragile to set-pieces once again at Brighton. That is perhaps no surprise, considering Norwich (12) were the only side to concede more goals from set-plays than Lampard’s men last season (10). Meanwhile, when Trossard’s goal went in, it meant Kepa had conceded nine of the last 13 shots on target Chelsea had faced. Combining those facts with how often Brighton’s wing-backs were able to carve out opportunities in wide areas on Monday night, bodes well for the likes of Trent Alexander-Arnold (£7.5m), Andrew Robertson (£7.0m) and Virgil van Dijk (£6.5m) in Gameweek 2 – as well as Mohamed Salah (£12.0m) and Sadio Mané (£12.0m).

Meanwhile, there are also some encouragements for those invested in Callum Wilson (£6.5m) and Allan Saint-Maximin (£5.5m) for Gameweek 2, as Newcastle host Brighton on Sunday afternoon.

The Seagulls lost two key men to injury on Monday, Adam Lallana (£6.5m) forced off inside the first half, before centre-back Ben White (£4.5m) sustained a knock in the second.

“I’m not sure (about the injuries) yet, to be honest. We’ll have to wait. Hopefully, they’re not too bad but it’s too early for me to give you anything.” – Graham Potter

Brighton and Hove Albion XI (3-5-2): Ryan; Webster, Dunk, White (Groß 79′); March, Alzate (Jahanbakhsh 79′), Bissouma, Lallana (Connolly 45′), Lamptey; Trossard, Maupay.

Chelsea XI (4-2-3-1): Kepa; Alonso, Zouma, Christensen, R James; Jorginho (Azpilicueta 85′), Kanté; Mount, Loftus-Cheek (Barkley 61′), Havertz (Hudson-Odoi 80′); Werner.

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1,294 Comments Post a Comment
  1. arndff_
    • 8 Years
    8 days, 11 hours ago

    Which option would you go for? I'm between A) or B).

    A) Ings > Martial
    B) Havertz, Ings > Bruno, DCL (-4)
    C) Havertz, Ings > Rodriguez, Martial (-4)

    McCarthy
    TAA Justin Ayling
    Salah Auba (c) Havertz Soucek
    Werner Ings Mitrovic

    Steer Bissouma Taylor Mitchell

    0.5 ITB

    1. bautasten
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      8 days, 11 hours ago

      Have the exact same three different moves in mind. Be interested to hear other opinions but I'm leaning towards C. Also gives 'us' 1m ITB which could come in handy.

      1. arndff_
        • 8 Years
        8 days, 11 hours ago

        Not sold on Havertz > Rodriguez for -4... Think (Bruno, DCL) will outscore (Rodriguez, Martial). Disagree?

        1. bautasten
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 2 Years
          8 days, 10 hours ago

          Yeah I see your point. Just think Martial could be better value and also gives me an easier route back to say Pulisic once fit or upgrade my weak defense. But yeah, it's tough!

    2. Don Kloppeone
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      8 days, 11 hours ago

      I have same options!

      Leaning towards B or possible Rashford over Bruno and £1m itb to upgrade elsewhere later

    3. Traction Engine Foot
      • 2 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      I just did B.

    4. subhojit123
      • 3 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      In exact same boat.was thinking of option C.but yes B looks equally good

    5. Whiskerz
      • 7 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      A

    6. Captain Fozzy
      • 6 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      I've got virtually the same team other than Coleman instead of Taylor so none in the bank 🙂

      I'm contemplating C myself

  2. Are Man United's fixtures overrated?
    Camzy
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 10 Years
    8 days, 11 hours ago

    I think a lot of people are blinded by Manchester United right now because of this Palace fixture (which btw, isn't even that good considering Palace's decent GW1 showing against Southampton). Their fixtures from GW3 onwards are not that nice. bha TOT new CHE ARS. Those are not fixtures to target heavily and get double or triple ups. I don't think I want Bruno + Martial for this run of games and give up someone like Werner who has wba CRY SOU in 3-5. Also, City are being really slept on. Again, because they have a tough GW2 fixture. From 3 onwards compared to MUN they're looking at: LEI lee ARS whu shu. That's far better than MUN's set of games. I'd much rather double with say KdB + Foden/Sterling/Aguero instead.

    RP for extra discussion.

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

      I've just brought in Bruno and Martial, but I'm keeping Werner. It's Kane and Pulisic who've gone. I'm still on course to do Auba to KDB next week. I think those are reasonable transfers.

    2. Le Bluff
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      8 days, 11 hours ago

      I agree not to double/triple up but, when you break it down, CRY bha TOT, new is a great fixture run. And Utd were absolutely on it post-restart. Also, 4 of their next 6 matches are at home, and Utd would usually expect to take maximum points at home against most teams.

      For me, Martial at 9.0 currently looks great value and performed well at home post-restart.

      1. Camzy
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 10 Years
        8 days, 11 hours ago

        Their post restart opponents were all non-top 6 sides though. Their run-in read:
        tot SHU bha BOU avl SOU cpl WHU lei

        That is insanely favorable. Only Tottenham could be considered a somewhat tough fixture and it ended 1-1 with a Bruno pen.

        In Europa league against tougher opposition, they managed 1 goal (another Bruno pen) against Copenhagen and Sevilla in 210 minutes of football.

        1. Zim0
          • 2 Years
          8 days, 10 hours ago

          Not for a lack of trying. Salah didn't do much of anything either most of post restart but had great underlying stats and looked good but still missed and now he has a hattrick. That's what happened to uniteds attack as well. On another day they would have scored 3 or 4 against sevilla.

    3. Mr. O'Connell
      • 8 Years
      8 days, 11 hours ago

      Agree. If you can hold your nerve for the Palace game then United options suddenly aren't that appealing. Cue 2 Bruno pens, however......

    4. Flair
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      8 days, 11 hours ago

      Been saying this for weeks before GW1, it's a dreadful run for United and they're being massively overrated on post-lockdown form with beyond easy fixtures. Martial only for me

      1. Warby84
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 5 Years
        8 days, 11 hours ago

        Martial only for me aswell

    5. ElliotJHP
      • 8 Years
      8 days, 11 hours ago

      I agree, still looking at Rashford but that is more due to how dire Spurs looked and having that move in mind anyway. from Son.

      Are you still thinking of Wildcarding early? With these United fixtures being pretty average and Chelsea/Liverpool being convincing I can't see the merits. I suppose there is the City argument but unsure it is worth the Wildcard.

      1. ElliotJHP
        • 8 Years
        8 days, 11 hours ago

        *unconvincing

    6. Eat my goal!
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      8 days, 11 hours ago

      Really good point this, Kdb everyone will have so actually to do well out of city you probably need to double up

    7. Atimis
      • 4 Years
      8 days, 11 hours ago

      Could go with Kun Greenwood just not sure that bot will start this week and following ones

      1. pingissimus
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 1 Year
        8 days, 11 hours ago

        Greenwood in training today apparently

    8. pingissimus
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      8 days, 11 hours ago

      Agreed

      Key one in that run may be Brighton in week 3 if going heavy now. They looked great as a team but perhaps open at the back in a way United might exploit. That could be the game for hauls and then to move on. Palace should be good for 2 more imo

      Also think City could be juicy. Have Kane partly anyway as a placeholder for Kun should he be fit and firing.

    9. Ask Yourself
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 4 Years
      8 days, 11 hours ago

      Martial is too good value to say no to but I agree, the fixtures are and have always been quite rough. City double up minimum needed

    10. IN SANE IN DE BRUYNE
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      8 days, 11 hours ago

      What do you think about Foden?
      Saw you had him in some of your potential WC GW3 drafts.

      1. Camzy
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 10 Years
        8 days, 11 hours ago

        Wait and see if he starts and looks good vs Wolves.

        1. IN SANE IN DE BRUYNE
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 3 Years
          8 days, 10 hours ago

          His chances to start against Wolves should be pretty good. Cheers.

    11. Sun Jihai
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Agree on this

      Southampton were really one of the top teams at the end of last season for attacking stats (better than Utd in terms of shots, xG etc) and Palace shut them out

      I have Martial already but I wouldn't be rushing to double up

    12. Dark Side Of The Loon!
      • 4 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      I still think 1 United is needed. I have brought in Martial for Ings. Have Auba and Kane. Planning to do Auba to KDB in GW3 and then monitor both Kane and Aguero and get Aguero if Kane keeps misfiring. Will potentially have 0.4 from Auba to KDB transfer so enough the bank to tide over price fluctuations.

    13. Jealous Viper
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Fully agree with this. United do have a good looking attack now but they face Chelsea, Spurs, Everton and Arsenal in their first 8 games. I believe all four teams will be in the top 7 this season. Sure some of them are at home but how much of a role does that play without the OT crowd really?

    14. mynameisq
      • 7 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Crystal palace, Brighton, spurs, Newcastle isn't touch fixtures

      1. mynameisq
        • 7 Years
        8 days, 10 hours ago

        Tough**

    15. Riverside Red
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      You were promoting for Man U just prior to the start of the season stating that the Palace game was a plum tie and that having Man U assets on the bench GW1 was essential.

      Quote: "United have Palace at home in GW2. One of the juiciest fixtures you could ask for considering Palace's current dilapidated state. Furthermore, they have 4 of the most underpriced attacking assets in the game to choose from. Value wise, all 4 of the United attackers are absolute gold. Bruno could be a 250 point+ monster, Rashford is a 9.5m OoP player proven for 200 points, Martial got MORE attacking returns than Bruno post lockdown, Greenwood is a relatively budget OoP player who posted elite goals/minute ratios. I don't think going without at least one in GW2 is wise. Preferably 2"

      Not sure to take your comments seriously in the future.

      1. mynameisq
        • 7 Years
        8 days, 9 hours ago

        Overthinking and flip flopping galore, sure change your mind based on new evidence but a one off game where Southampton didn't look too good and still had chances to score isn't enough for me to back Palace as defensive giants

      2. Daniel S., FPL Veteran
        • 11 Years
        8 days, 8 hours ago

        Tell him Riverside. Spot on. Camzy is a poster who changes his mind most often and he keeps defending the new changed fpl opinion like a certainty

        1. Camzy
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 10 Years
          8 days, 6 hours ago

          I'm allowed to change my mind and I do often. It's not my fault that I defend my opinions strongly when I think they are correct.

          1. Baines on Toast...
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 10 Years
            7 days, 20 hours ago

            I think it’s more to do with how confidently you express each opinion and defend it as though you won’t change your mind. I think if you expressed more uncertainty upfront, this sort of thing would be less noticeable.

      3. ⱼₐᵣᵥᵢₛₕ
        • 5 Years
        8 days, 8 hours ago

        The "skill" of FFS is to distinguish between the wise, and those who just shout the loudest and most often.

      4. Camzy
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 10 Years
        8 days, 6 hours ago

        I fell for my own trap. I didn't see beyond GW2. I'm not going to pretend that this week MUN have a bad fixture. They don't. It's a fantastic fixture and if it's a one off week I'd want lots of MUN players.

        But this post is to illuminate that I think I'm wrong. I didn't plan beyond GW2.

    16. scubasmithy
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 4 Years
      8 days, 9 hours ago

      I agree they aren't perfect but United were good before the restart, Bruno is coming in for me, but agree double up may be too far up front

    17. Long ago I drew a walrus
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 10 Years
      8 days, 9 hours ago

      As I posted earlier, if I decide to WC in GW3 my team will contain 0 MU players. City have the better fixtures in a far superior team.

    18. Big Hands Barry
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      8 days, 7 hours ago

      I think utd will score 2 goals in all of those fixtures tbh. Not worth a triple up though

    19. RedLightning - Top 10k Any …
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • Has Moderation Rights
      • 10 Years
      8 days, 6 hours ago

      Last season, United only failed to score in two home Premier League matches - 0-2 against Burnley on 28th December and 0-0 against Wolves on 1st February (Bruno's first match for United).

      In other home Premier League matches they won 4-0 against Chelsea, 1-0 against Leicester, 2-1 against Spurs and 2-0 against Man City, and drew 1-1 with Arsenal and Liverpool.

      So there is no reason to expect them not to score in home matches against Spurs, Chelsea and Arsenal.

    20. HMC
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 10 Years
      8 days, 5 hours ago

      My dilemma is being priced out of Ings to Martial. Also have Pulisic who I want to keep but probably won’t start at the weekend. Was really hoping to bank 2FT for GW3
      With kdb rising looks like Auba for Sterling will be the move soon

    21. Baines on Toast...
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 10 Years
      7 days, 20 hours ago

      I like this run of games. United have done very well in big home games in recent years. Tough fixtures tend to mean counter attack and penalties.

      I will not double up though unless Greenwood looks less anonymous than he did in the final few games.

      And I’d like to wait and see on city because I think everything could fall apart the season if they start badly.

    22. Captain Roberto
      • 3 Years
      7 days, 16 hours ago

      three garbage teams away.
      three teams that dont win away at the top 4

      what's not to like?
      Arsenal are a different side under Arteta for sure but untested really. You look at wk3,5,7 and balk at them.
      Chelsea have an appallingly bad goalie and unsettled back 4.
      And Tottenham are terrible foe a while now. No creativity and a shoddy defense.

    23. zman575
      7 days, 11 hours ago

      utd fan here so possibly slightly biased by heres my theory. all those games vs big clubs are at old trafford. we destroyed chelsea 4 nil last year. spurs look very poor and chelsea and arsenal are so weak defensively especially away from home. if youre looking at man utd attackers theres at least 10 juicy fixtures for us until the man city game. comparing them to werner in an unsettled chelsea side who have barely played together it seems like a no brainer. martial is a proven premier league goalscorer werner is an unknown. another goalless performance vs liverpool again this week and im looking forward to watching his price drop.

    24. Karhumies
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      6 days, 19 hours ago

      Kun, Werner, Martial, Jimenez, Richarlison/DCL all have decent fixture runs. However, you can only take 3 forwards into a team. Kun is the most expensive and suffers from Pep roulette. DCL is almost an "enabler" pick being cheaper than the others. Jimenez has been in explosive form and his GW3-> fixtures are superb. It kind of boils down to Werner vs. Martial vs. using only 2 forwards. Martial is 0.5M cheaper and less owned than Werner. That being said, if not on a WC, I'd stick with Werner instead of transfering and look into getting MUtd/MCity mids instead. JRod gives tough opposition to Foden though IMO because he's not THAT much more expensive, has decent fixtures, and won't get rotated.

      1. zman575
        6 days, 13 hours ago

        i personally wont be touching james until he gets some actual fantasy points on the board. for all the hype about werner 5 points vs a very weak brighton team is pretty poor. liverpool up next im looking forward to another low return game for him and his millions of owners. my current team is as follows.

        steer mccarthy
        justin taylor mitchell taa vinagre
        salah auba bruno son soucek
        martial (two 4.5 enablers)

        ill be swapping auba and one of the 4.5's out next week to either werner/dcl or jimenez and greenwood/ziyech depending on how good utd are this weekend.

        i love all the players who go for untried and untested players in the prem. half of those players were the ones who went havertz this weekend and left salah out of their squads.

  3. ⱼₐᵣᵥᵢₛₕ
    • 5 Years
    8 days, 11 hours ago

    West Ham make what looks like 11 changes in the League Cup, and team doesn't look much weaker.

    1. Ask Yourself
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 4 Years
      8 days, 11 hours ago

      10 changes. Diop stays. Our depth of average players who are too scared to take on a man is immense

      1. ⱼₐᵣᵥᵢₛₕ
        • 5 Years
        8 days, 11 hours ago

        Need to get rid of about 10 of these mediocre players and replace with 3 or 4 gooduns.

        1. Ask Yourself
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 4 Years
          8 days, 10 hours ago

          Siggy and Walcott have just been put up for sale. Dildo brothers will be licking their lips at the prospect of picking up someone past their prime for grossly inflated wages

          1. Jordan.
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 10 Years
            8 days, 10 hours ago

            lol, dildo brothers ,funny that

            1. Ask Yourself
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 4 Years
              8 days, 10 hours ago

              It’s what the sporting Lisbon owners called them after their pathetic negotiations for Willian carvalho a couple years ago x

    2. pingissimus
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      8 days, 11 hours ago

      😀

      Without looking I guess it's also more expensive than their first team

  4. BENOIT
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 4 Years
    8 days, 11 hours ago

    Any people know much about Wolves?

    Is Podence nailed?

    1. Camzy
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 10 Years
      8 days, 11 hours ago

      He's not nailed. But he's still a good option because he has high potential in a good team with good fixtures at a low price.

  5. Bushido
    • 4 Years
    8 days, 11 hours ago

    1. DCL or James Rodriguez
    2. Sterling or Bruno

    1. Warby84
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      8 days, 11 hours ago

      1/2

      1. Warby84
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 5 Years
        8 days, 11 hours ago

        Rodriguez/Sterling for me...

  6. Dain Bramage
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 10 Years
    8 days, 11 hours ago

    Probably been said but Lampty is 4-5 not 4!!
    Not the first time it’s happened though andhow hard is it to get it wrong? You name me a player I know his price. Once maybe but 3 times surely! Unbelievable Jeff

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

      Tbf, he was 4 last season and that was only a few days ago.

  7. Atimis
    • 4 Years
    8 days, 11 hours ago

    Davies Son Ings to Digne Rash DCL -8 would be too much ofc?

    1. Little Red Lacazette
      • 3 Years
      8 days, 11 hours ago

      -8, don't.

  8. xHaTr
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 2 Years
    8 days, 11 hours ago

    Bruno and DCL look to be going up tonight... Think Im going to pull the trigger on this -4

    Ings and Son --> Bruno and DCL

    1. Drizz ✅
      • 8 Years
      8 days, 11 hours ago

      Would stick. Bruno may be on bench lack of game time

  9. nkhoughton
    • 5 Years
    8 days, 11 hours ago

    Anything worth a hit?

    Nyland
    TAA Coleman Justin
    Salah Auba Havertz Son Soucek
    Werner Davis

    Mccarthy kwp ferguson Wickam

    Thinking Havertz to a man u midfielder then strengthen my defence with funds in bank

    1. IN SANE IN DE BRUYNE
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      No but play KWP over Davis?

  10. Pukkipartyy
    • 1 Year
    8 days, 11 hours ago

    RTMWCT Pls?

    McCarthy Steer
    Digne Davies Ayling AWB Saiss
    Salah KDB Hamez Bissouma Burke
    DCL Martial Werner

    1. IN SANE IN DE BRUYNE
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Different. Maybe a bit too much Everton but could work with their nice fixtures.
      Don't like Davies.

    2. Warby84
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Concerning with the 2 4.5 mdf I have 2 5.5. Mdf In Klich/Podence. With Trent Digne at the back..

  11. Giggs Boson
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 9 Years
    8 days, 11 hours ago

    *** EFL Cup Lineups ***
    .

    Newcastle XI: Gillespie, Manquillo, Krafth, Clark, Yedlin, Barlaser, Longstaff 😉 , Fraser, Almiron, Ritchie, Joelinton

    Newcastle Subs: Darlow, Lascelles, Saint-Maximin, Hayden, Hendrick, Murphy, Atsu
    .

    West Ham XI: Randolph, Johnson, Balbuena, Diop, Masuaku, Cullen, Snodgrass, Lanzini, Yarmolenko, Anderson, Haller

    West Ham Subs: Martin, Ashby, Coventry, Alese, Fornals, Bowen, Xande Silva
    .

    Crystal Palace XI: Hennessey, Kelly, Woods, Inniss, Jach, Kirby, Milivojevic, Meyer, Eze, Batshuayi, Schlupp

    Crystal Palace Subs: Henderson, Sakho, Mitchell, McCarthy, Townsend, Pierrick, Ayew
    .

    Aston Villa XI: Nyland, Almo, Hause, Mings, Taylor, Lansbury, Nakamba, El Ghazi, J. Ramsey, Grealish, Watkins

    Aston Villa Subs: Steer, Guilbert, Konsa, Douglas Luiz, Jota, Davis, Samatta

    1. Drizz ✅
      • 8 Years
      8 days, 11 hours ago

      Thanks

    2. Giggs Boson
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Watkins, Fraser and Batshuayi scouting...

    3. Flair
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Watkinssss

    4. ⱼₐᵣᵥᵢₛₕ
      • 5 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Nayland ahead of Steer

      1. Giggs Boson
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 9 Years
        8 days, 10 hours ago

        Steer was amazing against United on the weekend.

        If they don't sign anyone Steer will start GW2 imo.

        1. Ask Yourself
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 4 Years
          8 days, 10 hours ago

          This. That looks a second strong Villa back line with Mings in it

        2. Jon Walter's Hatty
          • 6 Years
          8 days, 10 hours ago

          Worth starting him i guess regardless

        3. ⱼₐᵣᵥᵢₛₕ
          • 5 Years
          8 days, 10 hours ago

          Bit weird Nyland starts tonight then?

    5. Jon Walter's Hatty
      • 6 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Steer to get a game then? Maybe better fixture than McCarthy

      1. ElliotJHP
        • 8 Years
        8 days, 10 hours ago

        Why wouldn't they play him tonight?

        1. Ask Yourself
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 4 Years
          8 days, 10 hours ago

          He’s on the bench talking to his fellow first team defenders

        2. Jon Walter's Hatty
          • 6 Years
          8 days, 10 hours ago

          Cup teams are normally second strings

        3. Giggs Boson
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 9 Years
          8 days, 10 hours ago

          Reserve keeper generally plays in the cup.

          @JWH: I would put Steer in your XI over McCarthy regardless. It's usually 90 mins or nothing with goalkeepers, so might as well take advantage of auto-subs.

          1. ElliotJHP
            • 8 Years
            8 days, 10 hours ago

            This is what I'm doing too, but with them bringing Martinez in I'd of thought soon to become second choice would start tonight

            1. Giggs Boson
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 9 Years
              8 days, 10 hours ago

              Oh is it confirmed?!

              Damn, was hoping to get at least one game out of Steer 😆

              1. Miguel Sanchez
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 4 Years
                8 days, 10 hours ago

                Will be announced tomorrow

    6. SHOWSTOPPERRR
      • 2 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      No Wilson in the squad..Any concern?

      1. Giggs Boson
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 9 Years
        8 days, 10 hours ago

        Probably not.

        The best players are mostly rested for these Milk Cup ties. Premier League is the priority and they only have a few days rest.

        1. SHOWSTOPPERRR
          • 2 Years
          8 days, 10 hours ago

          Ok

    7. Amey
      • 1 Year
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Villa full strength

  12. Joyce1998
    • 4 Years
    8 days, 10 hours ago

    currently on wc and A but which is better would you say?

    A- martial + willian
    or
    B- bruno + cwilson

    1. Joyce1998
      • 4 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      mccarthy
      vvd, saiss, justin
      salah, sterling, klich ....
      werner, DCL....

      steer, kwp, alzate, mitchell

    2. Camzy
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 10 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      B by a mile. Really don't see the appeal of Willian considering he has the fixtures from hell starting in GW3.

  13. AuFeld
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 4 Years
    8 days, 10 hours ago

    Is Jimenez going under the radar? He has a great run of fixtures.

    1. Thomas Magnum
      • 5 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Yes he is

    2. LewanGOALski
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      He might be great pick and sort of differential from GW3 onwards.

    3. ⱼₐᵣᵥᵢₛₕ
      • 5 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Gold from GW3 while everyone will be getting in Man City players.

      1. AuFeld
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        8 days, 10 hours ago

        He may even be gold for GW2. He has one goal and three assists in his last two matches vs MCI.

        1. ⱼₐᵣᵥᵢₛₕ
          • 5 Years
          8 days, 10 hours ago

          Possibly, but no way I am transferring him in this week.

    4. IN SANE IN DE BRUYNE
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Yes, absolutely. He is 100% in on my WC after what I saw yesterday.

    5. Andy_Social
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      He's a goal-a-game- guy, never haul, never captain.

    6. jomikijiq
      • 5 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Yeah, thinking about this in GW3 if there are no price changes:

      Auba, Adams -> Rashford, Jimenez

    7. Eat my goal!
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      He’ll score over the indifferent or difficult run and then blank when things get good - really is a steady eddy when it comes to returns- patience required!

    8. Tonyawesome69
      • 1 Year
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Consistent 9 pointer max

  14. LewanGOALski
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 9 Years
    8 days, 10 hours ago

    FPL Transfer market speeded up today.
    I think I need to choose between Martial or DCL tonight as my Ings replacement.

    1. Drizz ✅
      • 8 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Would keep Ings, will score against spurs

  15. Cilly Bonnolly
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 9 Years
    8 days, 10 hours ago

    Went into gameweek 1 with the intention of doing Havertz to Greenwood gameweek 2. Still a reasonable move d’you reckon?

    1. Drizz ✅
      • 8 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Would stick

    2. Tonyawesome69
      • 1 Year
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Save the ft for mini WC. Read the post from Camzy about Utd players. I'm hoping Lampard plays Havertz in the 10 role next game

    3. Cilly Bonnolly
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Cheers guys.

  16. davewg59
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 4 Years
    8 days, 10 hours ago

    I want an Everton defender.
    Digne obv best option but wld be -4.
    If i want to do a FT wld u have Keane or Coleman?

    1. Drizz ✅
      • 8 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Keane

    2. Silent Friend
      • 9 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      just do -4, will pay off very soon

      1. Hiroku
        8 days, 10 hours ago

        Agreed.

    3. pingissimus
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Who are you losing?

      1. davewg59
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        8 days, 10 hours ago

        Egan

        1. pingissimus
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 1 Year
          8 days, 10 hours ago

          Easy hold then imo - good fixtures and Everton could easily have conceded 2 first half.

  17. Thomas Magnum
    • 5 Years
    8 days, 10 hours ago

    Are any Auba>KDB planned sellers next week worried about KDB rising in price tonight or not too bothered about the .1 loss at this stage

    1. Drizz ✅
      • 8 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Could very well be 11.7 by gw2

      1. Thomas Magnum
        • 5 Years
        8 days, 10 hours ago

        Might have to settle with Sterling it burn my free transfer whilst he’s still at 11.6 if that begins to look like it will eventuate

    2. Andy_Social
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      So long as Kev doesn't rise 0.5, I'll suck it up.

    3. CONNERS
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      I may get Sterling instead of KDB in any case.

    4. Dark Side Of The Loon!
      • 4 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      That 0.5 differential between him and Auba is perfect

  18. pingissimus
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 1 Year
    8 days, 10 hours ago

    Sakho back on the bench for Palace tonight. Won't make this weekend I suppose but injury crisis easing. Not sure Benteke and Wickham injuries count anyway.

    Bats also to start.

    Mitchell you'll be glad to hear is protected and benched and no sign of PvA. That means another couple more surely. Home to Everton could be good cs chance week 3.

    1. RAFA THE GAFFA
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 4 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Yeah. When Justin has City

  19. RAFA THE GAFFA
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 4 Years
    8 days, 10 hours ago

    Best move. Will be ruled out if any price changes for any of the below?

    A. Ings >> Martial
    B. Ings+Pulisic >> DCL+Bruno -4
    C. Save FT

    McCarthy
    TAA, Egan, Davies, Justin
    Salah, Auba, Pulisic, ASM
    Werner, Ings
    (Nyland, Mitchell, Bissouma, Davis)

    1. Drizz ✅
      • 8 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      C

    2. AnfieldLad
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 6 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      A

  20. sergioaguero67
    • 5 Years
    8 days, 10 hours ago

    Choose one

    A) DCL + Digne
    B) Richarlison + Coleman

    Please help

    1. Drizz ✅
      • 8 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      B

    2. Utopsis
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      A all day long

  21. Will J 256
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    8 days, 10 hours ago

    How would you get this team in better shape for GW2? 0.0 ITB.
    Ryan
    Trent, KWP, Davies
    Salah, Auba, Pulisic, Alli, ASM,
    Werner, Mitrovic

    Walton, C Taylor, Davis, Mitchell

    1. Drizz ✅
      • 8 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Would save transfer

    2. ludaslol
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Alli > JRod maybe

  22. MoSalalalalalalalalah
    • 2 Years
    8 days, 10 hours ago

    Martial, KDB or Auba for captain this week?

    1. Drizz ✅
      • 8 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Aub

    2. Andy_Social
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Auba once more for me, then he's banished from my squad for the rest of the season.

      1. Ha.
        • 5 Years
        8 days, 10 hours ago

        Hello KDB, amirite?

    3. IN SANE IN DE BRUYNE
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      I would Auba if I owned

    4. Thomas Magnum
      • 5 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Probz Auba, if you don’t captain him this week when will you ever captain him

    5. jomikijiq
      • 5 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Auba

  23. fantasywizard
    • 7 Years
    8 days, 10 hours ago

    Will Alli drop tonight? Any owners worried about this? Who to replace him with?

    1. Citytilidie
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Likely not tonight, but tomorrow. Will likely punt him for Rash.

  24. IN SANE IN DE BRUYNE
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 3 Years
    8 days, 10 hours ago

    No love for Chris Wood?
    Bit strange considering their fixtures

    1. Giggs Boson
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Getting him GW3.

    2. Ask Yourself
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 4 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Maybe. Difficult when there are lots of cool players in they price bracket. I was well keen on him to begin with but shiny new things are distracting

      1. IN SANE IN DE BRUYNE
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 3 Years
        8 days, 10 hours ago

        Shiny new things, yeah..
        Probably why we don't see more City players in RMT's

    3. Trophé Mourinho
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Oooh I forgot about Wood

    4. Amey
      • 1 Year
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      I'm looking at him Yeah

    5. ⱼₐᵣᵥᵢₛₕ
      • 5 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Jimmy DCL Wood front 3 from GW3 enables a very tasty midfield

      1. Ask Yourself
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        8 days, 10 hours ago

        No United for you then ?

  25. sergioaguero67
    • 5 Years
    8 days, 10 hours ago

    Aston villa starting goal keeper?
    Please help

    1. Drizz ✅
      • 8 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Nyland

    2. Andy_Social
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Will be Martinez net weekend.

  26. Trophé Mourinho
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 1 Year
    8 days, 10 hours ago

    Score out of 11 for this potential WC team? Or any sugegsted changes?

    Guaita - (Nyland)
    Digne - Saiss - Lamptey - (KWP - Mitchell)
    Son - Willian - Auba - Bruno - Barnes
    DCL - Jimi - (Brewster)

    tHANKS

    1. Drizz ✅
      • 8 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      6.5 missing man city coverage

      1. Trophé Mourinho
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 1 Year
        8 days, 10 hours ago

        Auba will be KDB for GW3

    2. mgilbert86
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 7 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      I would rather have a third striker than spending the money on son or barnes

      1. Trophé Mourinho
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 1 Year
        8 days, 10 hours ago

        Maybe Wood?

    3. pingissimus
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Pretty good imo

      Key price points covered up front. Liverpool fixture turn week 4 is what could hurt you. Lamptey looks great on the pitch but I'm counting how many cs he will get to add to attacking returns. Fair gamble though I suppose, KWP? Perhaps

      I'd pop Son up front to turn into Werner in due course, Martial a handy placeholder (and more of course till Chelsea gell). Also until Brewster gets a move the playing cover is all in the 4.5 mids right now,

      1. Trophé Mourinho
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 1 Year
        8 days, 10 hours ago

        thanks, yea I dont have massive confidence in lamptey, just going to rotate him with KWP.
        Son>Martial/Werner is tough, Martial is tempting

        1. pingissimus
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 1 Year
          8 days, 10 hours ago

          Problem with Lamptey is that I don't see Brihgton cs being remotely predictable. Potter is not the type to play for a 1-0 result and home fixtures to bottom feeders aren't as they are at Burnley and Palace,, Go Taylor. Less exciting but at least you know when to play him.

          Think KWP and Southampton are similar to Lamptey and Brighton. Unpredictable.

  27. Ha.
    • 5 Years
    8 days, 10 hours ago

    Is Ferguson ordinarily a starter?

    1. turd ferguson
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 7 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      finisher !

    2. IN SANE IN DE BRUYNE
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      He is *probably* first choice over Ward

  28. ⚔★Vibudh★⚔
    • 4 Years
    8 days, 10 hours ago

    Havertz to James Rodríguez or wait for Reguilon news and move Davies to Saiss next week if that happens?

  29. turd ferguson
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 7 Years
    8 days, 10 hours ago

    Does any know Ville Ronkas team ID?

    1. turd ferguson
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 7 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      *anyone

  30. Miguel Sanchez
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 4 Years
    8 days, 10 hours ago

    Show your age, what sponsor do you really know the Carabao Cup as?

    Me, Coca Cola cup

    1. ⚔★Vibudh★⚔
      • 4 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Carling Cup

    2. Ha.
      • 5 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Worthington

    3. ⱼₐᵣᵥᵢₛₕ
      • 5 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Milk!

    4. ElliotJHP
      • 8 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Always the Carling Cup for me, can throw in the odd Milk though

    5. Trophé Mourinho
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Carling Cup, but I like Carrierbag cup

    6. getfunky
      • 8 Years
      8 days, 10 hours ago

      Littlewoods. I'm old.

      1. CaptainJack
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 6 Years
        8 days, 10 hours ago

        Rumbelows!

      2. Old Man
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 9 Years
        8 days, 10 hours ago

        You are but a mere twinkle in your father's eye compared to me - when I was young there were no sponsors - it was just plain League Cup.