Frisking the Fixtures

Who has the best and worst upcoming FPL fixtures?

Our regular “frisk” of the Premier League fixture list from a Fantasy perspective returns for the first time since the 2020/21 season got underway.

In this feature, we assess the top-flight clubs with the strongest and weakest runs of league matches over the coming weeks and offer our thoughts on the stand-out Fantasy assets from each of the sides discussed.

Although our primary focus will be on a six-Gameweek lookahead, we will scrutinise the long-term fixtures beyond that point where relevant.

Our customisable Season Ticker is our main reference point here – subscribers to our site can use this tool to sort by fixture difficulty, rotation pairings and home and away matches, as well as apply their own custom ratings.

THE STRONG

WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS

Traoré up against Mendy as Wolves host Man City in Gameweek 2

Next six: whu | FUL | lee | NEW | CRY | lei

Having already breached two of last season’s meanest defences in the opening two Gameweeks, Wolves and owners of their Fantasy assets should be brimming with confidence heading into the next five fixtures.

Clashes with newly promoted Fulham and Leeds United are sandwiched by matches against West Ham United, Newcastle United and Crystal Palace, with three of those five games staged at Molineux.

Fulham and Leeds have already shipped a combined 14 goals between them in the opening fortnight of the season and are ranked in the bottom three for shots on target conceded.

In fact, of Wolves’ next four opponents, only Newcastle have registered a single clean sheet so far in 2020/21 – and the Magpies were put to the sword by Brighton in Gameweek 2.

Although the West Midlands side seldom seem to batter the also-rans of the division (on only two occasions last season was their winning margin bigger than two goals), Nuno Espirito Santo’s recent comments and formation switch hinted at a removal of the handbrake.

And another positive: with Wolves already eliminated from the EFL Cup and not involved in European club competition this season, fixture congestion won’t be the issue it was in 2019/20.

TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR

Next six: NEW | mun | WHU| bur | BHA | wba

Underwhelming against Everton and then again in the opening 45 minutes against Southampton, Spurs were ruthless after the break at St Mary’s last Sunday.

Their myriad problems won’t be solved by one half of football, especially as the result was as much to do with Saints’ failings as it was Spurs’ killer instinct.

The jury remains partly out on Jose Mourinho’s troops and with their involvement in the EFL Cup and Europa League resulting in a brutal three-games-a-week schedule, there are understandable lingering reservations about Son Heung-min (£9.0m) and co despite their recent 5-1 win.

There is little doubt, though, that the Lilywhites have one of the more favourable fixture runs over the next two months.

Jose Mourinho’s troops face four clubs who finished 10th or below last season and newly promoted West Bromwich Albion from Gameweeks 3-8, with a trip to Manchester United just before the October international break the one obvious hurdle – although the Red Devils themselves have had a sluggish start.

The Baggies have the worst defence in the division at this embryonic stage of the campaign, while West Ham have still only kept two clean sheets under David Moyes since his appointment in January.

Gameweek 3 opponents Newcastle United were also ripped to shreds by Brighton last Sunday.

Harry Kane (£10.5m) has plundered eight goals and four assists in the Lilywhites’ 11 league fixtures since the June restart – not bad for a glorified ‘number 10’.

FULHAM

Next six: AVL | wol| shu | CRY | WBA | whu

Other than bench fodder, Fantasy interest in the Cottagers centres around one man: Aleksandar Mitrovic (£6.0m).

Few will be venturing anywhere near a defence that has conceded seven goals in their opening two games and who were regularly battered in their last top-flight spell.

Rotation looks to be a risk in midfield, too, especially in the attacking trident behind Mitrovic.

For those hanging onto the Serb, it’s Fulham’s medium-term home fixtures that catch the eye with Aston Villa, Crystal Palace, West Bromwich Albion and Everton to come between now and Gameweek 9. All these sides finished in the bottom half of the Premier League or were promoted last season although, as we’ve seen with the Toffees and Palace especially, that could already be an irrelevance.

The same could be said for Sheffield United for different reasons, of course, with the Blades – Fulham’s Gameweek 5 opponents – not looking as watertight as they once were.

Gameweek 9 or 10 seems like a jumping-off point for Mitrovic backers, with some daunting fixtures to come in November and December.

SOUTHAMPTON

Next six: bur | WBA | che | EVE | avl | NEW

Southampton are hardly off to an auspicious start, with two losses, six goals conceded and some worrying comments from Ralph Hasenhuttl all acting as repellents.

While their defenders aren’t exactly issuing “come-and-get-me” pleas to FPL managers, Danny Ings (£8.4m) bounced back to scoring form against Spurs and now seems to be first in line for penalties, if he wasn’t already.

The upcoming fixture schedule looks more positive at least, with five matches against sides who either came up from the Championship or finished 10th or below in the top flight last season sandwiching a Gameweek 5 meeting with Chelsea.

Burnley’s patched-up backline and West Brom’s creaky defence certainly look like perfect matches for Ings, even if the players behind him are struggling for form and fitness.

CHELSEA

Next six: wba | CRY | SOU | mun | bur | SHU

With Liverpool and the two Manchester clubs having mixed runs in the next half-dozen Gameweeks, Chelsea have the most appealing sequence of games among the teams that finished in the top four last season.

West Brom and Southampton, as we have discussed, have looked wide open in the first two rounds of the new campaign and let’s not forget that Crystal Palace, as good as they have been in September, didn’t register a single shut-out against the top nine clubs last season.

And will Burnley and Sheffield United be as formidable as they were in 2019/20? The tiny data sample that is the first two Gameweeks suggests not, but we will at least have more to go off by the time Frank Lampard’s side face last season’s surprise packages in Gameweeks 7 and 8.

We’re still waiting on the new-look Chelsea to hit full throttle and we may not see what they are truly capable of until Christian Pulisic (£8.4m) and Hakim Ziyech (£7.9m) return from injury, whenever that may be.

Regardless, those invested in Timo Werner (£9.5m) and Kai Havertz (£8.4m) will surely give the German imports at least another Gameweek to prove their worth given that Slaven Bilic’s porous West Brom side are currently conceding chances and goals galore.

ALSO CONSIDER

Crystal Palace (EVE | che | BHA | ful | wol |LEE) will be a permanent fixture in these articles over the coming month or two, with their schedule looking very decent indeed all the way up to Gameweek 11 (and possibly beyond).

All three of the newly promoted sides face the Eagles between now and that point, along with Brighton, Burnley and Newcastle.

That’s particularly relevant as all ten of Palace’s clean sheets last season came in matches against teams who finished 10th or below.

Indeed, Roy Hodgson’s troops were at it again in Gameweek 1, shutting out Southampton.

The reason we don’t feature the Eagles higher up in this article is their next two matches: in Everton and Chelsea, they will be tackling two sides who have spent big on attacking assets over the summer, with the Toffees in particular looking like a team transformed.

Frank Lampard’s side may also have a half-decent goalkeeper between the sticks in Gameweek 4, following the capture of Edouard Mendy (£5.0m) – a blow to owners of Wilfried Zaha (£7.1m) and co given the well-documented struggles of the unfortunate Kepa Arrizabalaga (£5.0m).

Sandwiching home games against Chelsea and Spurs are four winnable matches for West Bromwich Albion (CHE | sou | BUR | bha | ful | TOT).

Much like with Fulham, few of us will be going anywhere near Albion’s ropey-looking defence or most of their more attack-minded assets.

Matheus Pereira (£6.0m), like Mitrovic, is something of a talisman for his newly promoted club, however, and can likely be relied on for starts and the occasional goal involvement.

Southampton and Burnley are two clubs at a bit of a defensive crossroads, with Saints’ ill-fated high line experimentation and the Clarets’ unavailability issues meaning that now is probably a decent time to face both sides.

Fulham and Albion may well be the Premier League whipping boys this season and they meet in Gameweek 7, with goals looking likelier than clean sheets based on the evidence so far.

Everton (cry | BHA | LIV | sou | new | MUN) have unquestionably exceeded expectations in the opening three Gameweeks: now perhaps comes some tougher tests.

Crystal Palace and Brighton are two sides who have caught the eye in the opening two weeks of the campaign, with the Eagles boasting a 100% record and their rivals up the M23 impressive in both defeat and victory over the last fortnight.

A Merseyside derby follows immediately after the international break and it’s perhaps not until Gameweek 6 that the Toffees’ schedule really gets good, with Fulham and Leeds also waiting at the end of November.

Burnley (SOU | new | wba | TOT | CHE | bha) are the opposite, with their next three fixtures arguably the best of any Premier League side’s.

Three teams that conceded 13 goals between them in Gameweek 2 alone are up next for the Clarets, who themselves could be vulnerable with both first-choice centre-halves and a plethora of others on the treatment table.

Chris Wood (£6.5m), who looks about as nailed as could be in attack and who looked sharp in the Gameweek 2 defeat at Leicester, might be able to exploit three backlines who require radical and urgent improvement based on their early-season woes.

THE WEAK

WEST HAM UNITED

Next six: WOL | lei | tot | MCI | liv | FUL

Sitting rock bottom of our Season Ticker over the next five Gameweeks, winless West Ham are in for a tough old autumn.

The favourable opening-day clash with Newcastle ended in a dire defeat and, although there was a marked improvement at the Emirates last weekend, the medium-term outlook is bleak for David Moyes’ COVID-hit side.

Having already encountered Arsenal, the Hammers meet another five of last season’s top eight between Gameweeks 3 and 7.

Three of those matches are away from home, too.

West Ham’s defence has long been off the Fantasy menu but interest in Michail Antonio (£6.4m) was keen after his post-restart exploits.

Even against “big six” opposition, he has proven that he can deliver – goals against the Gunners, Chelsea and Manchester United have arrived since lockdown ended – but, in reality, anyone who pays even a modicum of attention to fixture difficulty will be deterred by the sea of red given the mid-price alternatives with more favourable schedules.

ARSENAL

Should FPL managers sell Aubameyang ahead of Arsenal's tough fixture run? 4

Next six: liv | SHU | mci | LEI | mun | AVL

After a favourable start to 2020/21 in which Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (£11.9m) barely made par against Fulham and West Ham United, Arsenal’s fixtures are heading south.

Eight of last season’s top ten clubs are to come between now and Gameweek 12, with away trips to Anfield and the Etihad of immediate concern.

In nine 2019/20 league meetings against his next five opponents, Aubameyang delivered just two goals and one assist.

It should be said that the Gabon international recently scored against the Reds and City in the Community Shield and FA Cup semi-finals respectively, with Liverpool’s high defensive line, exposed by Leeds in Gameweek 1, something that could benefit the premium FPL midfielder.

Still, the fact remains that the Gunners’ Gameweek 3-7 opponents were all in the top six for fewest goals conceded in 2019/20.

Arsenal and their left-winger will undoubtedly pick up results and attacking returns against their forthcoming opposition; it’s just how many, and whether keeping an FPL asset so pricey is justifiable given that he isn’t likely to be backed with the armband until perhaps Gameweek 8.

LEEDS UNITED

Next six: shu | MCI | WOL | avl | LEI | cry

The darlings of the FPL community and scourge of the expected goal brigade, Leeds United have offered excellent value in attack in the opening two Gameweeks of the season.

Scoring three goals against Liverpool will give Marcelo Bielsa’s side encouragement that they can bust any top-flight defence and they’ll need that hope heading into a tricky run of games.

Six of Leeds’ next nine opponents were top-half finishers last season, with a promising Everton side also to come.

Four of the Whites’ next five games are against teams who were in the top seven for fewest goals conceded and most clean sheets kept in 2020/21.

Now might be a decent time to play Sheffield United, mind, with the Blades struggling to recapture last season’s defensively solidity and down a centre-half in Gameweek 3.

In Manchester City and Wolves, however, Leeds will be facing two of the meanest backlines of the post-lockdown era: they have kept 13 clean sheets in their last 22 league games combined.

SHEFFIELD UNITED

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Next six: LEE | ars | FUL | liv | MCI | CHE

Having been usurped by Leeds as the hipsters’ favourite, Sheffield United now have to wrestle some of last season’s form back ahead of a daunting run of games.

Home fixtures against newly promoted Leeds and Fulham at least don’t look too bad on paper but the Whites’ free-scoring start to the campaign may be of some concern to Chris Wilder, whose side are goalless, clean sheet-less and pointless after two Gameweeks.

There were mitigating factors against Aston Villa given that they played 80 minutes with only ten men and they produced a creditable display in defeat, not allowing their opposition a single big chance.

But with their previously budget-friendly defenders all handed price rises for 2020/21, and with only two shut-outs recorded in 12 meetings against ‘big six’ clubs last season, the Blades’ assets will likely be low down on many FPL managers’ watchlists until a favourable swing in Gameweek 9.

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1,292 Comments Post a Comment
  1. _Ninja_
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 10 Years
    5 months, 10 days ago

    Which option is better?

    A. Son
    B. Jimenez

    1. Bobby_Baggio
      • 9 Years
      5 months, 10 days ago

      Both good but i'd go Jimi

    2. xHaTr
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      5 months, 10 days ago

      Jimenez. Son is points chasing.

    3. Kannbury
        5 months, 10 days ago

        B.

      • RamaJama
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 8 Years
        5 months, 10 days ago

        B

      • Rasping Drive
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 11 Years
        5 months, 10 days ago

        Son’s far more explosive, so him

        1. DannyDrinkVodka
          • 1 Year
          5 months, 10 days ago

          this

      • zman575
          5 months, 10 days ago

          whos better this week and over the next 3 jimi or werner?

      • Bobby_Baggio
        • 9 Years
        5 months, 10 days ago

        Thoughts on Fernandinho as a cheap city def?

        1. Pukki Blinders
          • 1 Year
          5 months, 10 days ago

          Rubbish. Pep said he’s not fit enough to play every game anymore

      • pablo discobar
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 11 Years
        5 months, 10 days ago

        GK Martinez/Steer
        DEF TAA, Saiss, Taylor, Justin, Mitchell
        MID Salah, KDB, Son, Hamez, Burke
        FWD DCL, Jimmy, Mitrovic.

        That's my wildcard.

        But... considering

        TAA-Robertson
        Burke - Foden
        Mitrovic- Brewster.

        How's it looking? Should I make those changes?

        Thanks for your love and support

        1. Herman Toothrot
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 8 Years
          5 months, 10 days ago

          Id make those changes

        2. St Pauli Walnuts
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 2 Years
          5 months, 10 days ago

          I have that exact draft with the change you made, just Lamptey over Taylor and Button instead of Steer.

          Still undecided as my favoured draft has TAA over Robb and Ings over DCL, but means Foden is fodder or Soucek if I can manage to make 0.1 more tonight.

      • Brosstan
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 6 Years
        5 months, 10 days ago

        Don't tell me you've seen a sexier team... Talismanic..

        Guaita - Forster
        Virgil - Saiss - Lamptey - Kean - Mitchell
        KDB - Salah - Zaha - Barnes - Grealish
        Jimmy - Ings - Brewster

        1. Pukki Blinders
          • 1 Year
          5 months, 10 days ago

          Triple 7.0 mids wow GL

        2. Straya
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 3 Years
          5 months, 10 days ago

          Nice

        3. ZakyJ
          • 5 Years
          5 months, 10 days ago

          this team seems like you have alot of Money in the bank?

          1. Brosstan
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 6 Years
            5 months, 10 days ago

            🙁

        4. ClassiX
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 2 Years
          5 months, 10 days ago

          Brewster to Mitro would make it more talismanic...

          1. Brosstan
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 6 Years
            5 months, 10 days ago

            8 attackers kinda pointless :p but I could go Barnes to mitro to make it more talisman. Barnes stats too good to ignore though

        5. MikeBravo
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 2 Years
          5 months, 10 days ago

          Zaha to Bruno, Barnes to Podence, and Grealish to Burke(?)..

      • Straya
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 3 Years
        5 months, 10 days ago

        Rodriguez on pens for Everton? Def won’t be Siggy

        1. Inazuma X1
          • 3 Years
          5 months, 10 days ago

          Richa

        2. George Agdgdgwngo
          • 11 Years
          5 months, 10 days ago

          Not sure?

        3. RamaJama
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 8 Years
          5 months, 10 days ago

          We dont k ow yet

      • Rhodes your boat
        • 4 Years
        5 months, 10 days ago

        Which option to fill the gaps on wc?

        Martinez steer
        X X Lamptey Mitchell Ferguson*
        Salah kdb son X Burke
        Werner jimi dcl

        A) robbo taylor soucek
        B) vvd saiss soucek
        C) james/coleman saiss foden

        1. RamaJama
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 8 Years
          5 months, 10 days ago

          A for Def Pool cover

      • MFPL
        • 5 Years
        5 months, 10 days ago

        Werner or Jesus?

        1. Pukki Blinders
          • 1 Year
          5 months, 10 days ago

          Werner

        2. xHaTr
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 3 Years
          5 months, 10 days ago

          Werner for me. Kun could be back by gw5

        3. RamaJama
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 8 Years
          5 months, 10 days ago

          Werner

      • Jack Burton
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 5 Years
        5 months, 10 days ago

        Morning everyone on a WC basically Robertson and Foden of Rodriguez and VVD already have DCL thinking to much Everton and is Foden a risk thanks in advance

        1. George Agdgdgwngo
          • 11 Years
          5 months, 10 days ago

          I’m in love with Hamez. So anything with him in

          1. RamaJama
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 8 Years
            5 months, 10 days ago

            This

        2. Jusagoras
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 4 Years
          5 months, 10 days ago

          Personally I prefer Robertson and Foden, although I would point out that VVD tends to get pretty much the same amount of points as Robbo for the whole season, so having VVD could be a nice way of saving 0.5 anyway if you plan to hold long term.

        3. Kannbury
            5 months, 10 days ago

            Vvd & Rod.

            1. Jack Burton
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 5 Years
              5 months, 10 days ago

              Thanks for replys gonna stick with VVD and Rodriguez good luck all

          • Zilla
            • 3 Years
            5 months, 10 days ago

            VVD & Hamez

        4. Dark Side Of The Loon!
          • 4 Years
          5 months, 10 days ago

          I know everybody is after DCL, especially after the hat trick, but wouldn't a +1 and Ings be better? Better quality and fixtures.

          1. ManofKent
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 10 Years
            5 months, 10 days ago

            Ings better striker and better fixtures, but DCL has the better midfield behind him to create opportunities - could go either way

            1. Dark Side Of The Loon!
              • 4 Years
              5 months, 10 days ago

              I have a feeling that DCL and Richarlison will have these alternating spells of good and bad returns.

          2. Gooner Kebab
            • 8 Years
            5 months, 10 days ago

            Get both?

            1. Dark Side Of The Loon!
              • 4 Years
              5 months, 10 days ago

              Going with 2 up top. Jiminez is locked.

              1. Gooner Kebab
                • 8 Years
                5 months, 10 days ago

                Fair, it would be help if only Ings is a bit cheaper i'd imagine

        5. ZakyJ
          • 5 Years
          5 months, 10 days ago

          1 Robbo & Podence
          2 Digne & Foden

          1. RamaJama
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 8 Years
            5 months, 10 days ago

            1

          2. Kannbury
              5 months, 10 days ago

              1.

            • KAPTAIN KANE
              • 4 Years
              5 months, 10 days ago

              2 of no other City otherwise 1

              1. KAPTAIN KANE
                • 4 Years
                5 months, 10 days ago

                *if

              2. ZakyJ
                • 5 Years
                5 months, 10 days ago

                i have KDB

                1. KAPTAIN KANE
                  • 4 Years
                  5 months, 10 days ago

                  1 it is

          3. RamaJama
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 8 Years
            5 months, 10 days ago

            Think I’ve got the WC ready, any changes needed?

            Martinez, Steer
            Saiss, TAA, Justin, Lamptey, Mitchell
            Salah, KDB, Son, Rodriguez, Bissouma
            DCL, Mitrovic, Jimenez

            Could upgrade Mitrovic or Bissouma by ditching TAA, but scared of his ownership

            1. ZakyJ
              • 5 Years
              5 months, 10 days ago

              Robbo has looked better than TAA so far this season and has played higher up the field, so if the 0.5m helps elsewhere i wouldnt be against dropping to him.

              1. RamaJama
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 8 Years
                5 months, 10 days ago

                Cheers!

            2. Pompel
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 7 Years
              5 months, 10 days ago

              Liking the structure, but Mitchell and Justin on borrowed time I think? And Anguissa over Bissouma given his ban?

              1. RamaJama
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 8 Years
                5 months, 10 days ago

                Will change Mitchell to other in some weeks. Justin can play as ling as possible, easy to change to Taylor etc. Think Bissouma is worth it long term over Anguissa, although ve’s out this week

            3. Gooner Kebab
              • 8 Years
              5 months, 10 days ago

              Very similar WC but i'm concerned about Mitro

              1. Pompel
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 7 Years
                5 months, 10 days ago

                Good fixtures and on pens, but crap team. But what to expect for 6m ?

                1. Gooner Kebab
                  • 8 Years
                  5 months, 10 days ago

                  He blanks for stretches and you could be frustrated

                  1. Pompel
                    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                    • 7 Years
                    5 months, 10 days ago

                    What alternatives are you weighing up?

                    1. Gooner Kebab
                      • 8 Years
                      5 months, 10 days ago

                      Pony up for Ings, play Kilsch as my 4th mid.

          4. George Agdgdgwngo
            • 11 Years
            5 months, 10 days ago

            I think I’m going to get Foden and potentially take benchings on the chin. This means I need a decent bench. Suggestions to improve my bench?

            Martínez,
            TAA, Saiss, Lamptey
            Kdb, salah, son, hamez, Foden,
            DCL, Jimi

            Forster, Mitchell, Dunne, Brewster

            1. Sagnik Sadhukhan
              • 1 Year
              5 months, 10 days ago

              I've the same problem as well. The only option that I can see is to downgrade Saiss to a 4.5 defender and upgrade Dunne to another 4.5. As Lateriser pointed out in his pod that Wolves are conceding a fair amount of chances this season and are not as watertight at the back

          5. KAPTAIN KANE
            • 4 Years
            5 months, 10 days ago

            Has anyone still got Bruno?

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

              Yeh. Not taking a hit for him. Will wait 2 weeks and get Salah.

              1. KAPTAIN KANE
                • 4 Years
                5 months, 10 days ago

                Fair

          6. KING KOUNDER
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 10 Years
            5 months, 10 days ago

            Would you do Salah -> KDB for a hit ?

            1. KAPTAIN KANE
              • 4 Years
              5 months, 10 days ago

              No

          7. Pépé Pig
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 2 Years
            5 months, 10 days ago

            Final decision on WC:

            A) Robbo + JRod

            B) Semedo/Castagne + Son

            1. Sagnik Sadhukhan
              • 1 Year
              5 months, 10 days ago

              A for me. Keep an eye on Semedo though, he could be Doherty 2.0

          8. ElliotJHP
            • 8 Years
            5 months, 10 days ago

            What's the correct way to refer to James Rodriguez?

            A) James
            B) Hamez
            C) J.Rod
            D) Rodriguez
            E) Other

            1. Zilla
              • 3 Years
              5 months, 10 days ago

              David

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

              B or D

              1. Madderegern
                • 6 Years
                5 months, 10 days ago

                C

            3. Athletic Dildao
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 4 Years
              5 months, 10 days ago

              Bond.

            4. St Pauli Walnuts
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 2 Years
              5 months, 10 days ago

              Jam

          9. Rolls-Royce
            • 7 Years
            5 months, 10 days ago

            Comparing the next three fixtures, can I get away with Wood over DCL on WC? Or do you think one Everton attacker is a must?

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

              Those are 3 terrific fixtures for Wood. Would be fine if you have JRod; otherwise, never mind.

              1. Rolls-Royce
                • 7 Years
                5 months, 10 days ago

                Cheers.

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

                  can also see Everton blanking in some or all of theirs.

            2. tokara
              • 6 Years
              5 months, 10 days ago

              I have the same tot, a wc is supposed to be fun and a surprise for your rivals. Always think ahead.

          10. deshawn7
            • 6 Years
            5 months, 10 days ago

            Which is a better front 3 on a WC (0 ITB)? Already have James Rodriguez but no Chelsea mid or defence cover

            A
            Mitrovic Werner Bamford

            B
            Jimenez DCL Bamford

            1. Gooner Kebab
              • 8 Years
              5 months, 10 days ago

              Tough one, A would pay off if Werner hits form.

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

              B

            3. tokara
              • 6 Years
              5 months, 10 days ago

              B

          11. Corgzzzz
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 5 Years
            5 months, 10 days ago

            Morning guys......Play two from
            A, KWP Bur ( got McCarthy )
            B, Lamptey Mun
            C, Mitchell. Eve

            Thank you

            1. Sagnik Sadhukhan
              • 1 Year
              5 months, 10 days ago

              Tough one but maybe Lamptey if he's declared fit. Could see all of them conceding tbf but Lamptey always has a chance of attacking returns

            2. Toothpick Bandit
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 7 Years
              5 months, 10 days ago

              A & B for attacking potential.

          12. ManofKent
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 10 Years
            5 months, 10 days ago

            Richarlison or DCL?

            Is the eye test wrong? Are stats wrong or was DCL just luckier?

            1. tokara
              • 6 Years
              5 months, 10 days ago

              Dcl is jammy

            2. Sagnik Sadhukhan
              • 1 Year
              5 months, 10 days ago

              Richarlison if money isn't an issue. But that 1m saving could go a long way this early in the season

          13. Madderegern
            • 6 Years
            5 months, 10 days ago

            Podence? Whats to say about him? Him vs. Nketiah?

            1. Sagnik Sadhukhan
              • 1 Year
              5 months, 10 days ago

              Nketiah isn't nailed at all with Lacazette performing so well. Podence is a great way to get into that Wolves attack with lovely upcoming fixtures

          14. Sagnik Sadhukhan
            • 1 Year
            5 months, 10 days ago

            Thoughts on my Wildcard
            GK- Martinez
            DF- Robertson, James, Taylor
            MF- Salah, KDB, Barnes, Foden
            FW- Werner, Jimenez, DCL
            Bench- Steer, Lamptey, Mitchell, Burke

            1. Toothpick Bandit
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 7 Years
              5 months, 10 days ago

              Nice, GTG.

          15. Toothpick Bandit
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 7 Years
            5 months, 10 days ago

            A. Jesus + Taylor
            B. DCL + Robbo

            Have KDB and Hamez already.

            1. Fero1905
              • 1 Year
              5 months, 10 days ago

              A

            2. Sagnik Sadhukhan
              • 1 Year
              5 months, 10 days ago

              I wouldn't double up on Everton attack with Palace, Brighton and Liverpool to come. So A for me

          16. Fero1905
            • 1 Year
            5 months, 10 days ago

            Which one please

            A Son & 1.Mitrovic 2 Bamford 3 Adams
            B Werner & Podence

          17. how many hits?!!
            • 10 Years
            5 months, 10 days ago

            Does anyone agree Son might not play on Sunday? He played the whole game last night 1500 miles away. I could bring in Havertz who only played 66 minutes at home, and Havert's confidence will be massive after a hat-trick (albeit against Barnsley, but he is playing against a team who has concede 8 in two games). I am on a WC and could save the .6 difference to get him back next week if need be...

            1. Kloppage Time
              • 5 Years
              5 months, 10 days ago

              I think Son has to have a limb missing not to be included, so valubale for Spurs

          18. Bennyboy1907
              5 months, 10 days ago

              Digne and hamez or
              VVD and Zaha
              On WC??