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Why Werner blanked at West Brom and whether to hold or sell him for FPL Gameweek 4

West Brom 3-3 Chelsea

  • Goals: Callum Robinson x2 (£5.5m), Kyle Bartley (£4.5m) | Mason Mount (£6.9m), Callum Hudson-Odoi (£5.8m), Tammy Abraham (£7.3m)
  • Assists: Matheus Pereira (£6.0m), Darnell Furlong (£4.5m) | Cesar Azpilicueta (£5.9m), Kai Havertz (£8.4m), Mount
  • Bonus points: C Robinson x3, Mount x2, Reece James x1 (£5.1m)

Timo Werner (£9.4m) remains goalless in the Premier League after Chelsea’s trip to West Bromwich Albion did not go according to plan.

The German international had been understandably turned to by 800,000+ Fantasy Premier League managers for the Gameweek 3 captaincy only to be rewarded with nothing more than a two-point score.

As some start to lose patience in Werner, it serves to analyse what went wrong for him on Saturday evening as there were, admittedly, some mitigating circumstances behind his first blank of the campaign.

Tammy Abraham’s (£7.3m) impressive EFL Cup performance midweek was enough to convince Frank Lampard to hand the centre-forward role to him at the Hawthorns, which shifted Werner onto the left-hand side of a 4-2-3-1.

That left him with less time in the penalty box than his 35% ownership would have liked, but Chelsea’s abysmal start to the game in defence did not help him either.

The Blues gifted three goals to West Bromwich Albion inside the first 27 minutes which eased any pressure on the hosts considerably. Each time Chelsea conceded, the Baggies sat deeper and deeper inside their five-man defence and bank of four midfielders, making life much harder for any visiting attacker to find some space.

That said, there was one moment in the first half that Werner and his owners will view with regret. In the 14th minute, Mason Mount (£6.9m) finally managed to find some space around the back of left-back Conor Townsend (£4.5m), squaring to Werner, who crashed his short-range shot against Sam Johnstone‘s (£4.5m) crossbar.

Chelsea’s issues in other areas of the team then counted against Werner in the second half as Cesar Azpilicueta (£5.9m) replaced Marcos Alonso (£6.0m) and winger Callum Hudson-Odoi (£5.8m) came on for Mateo Kovačić (£5.5m).

With Hudson-Odoi on the pitch, who prefers to operate on the left-flank of attacking midfield as an inside forward, Lampard catered that with his formation tweak, shifting Werner onto the right-hand side.

“Callum (Hudson-Odoi) gave me everything I asked and wanted from him in terms of his ability to go one-on-one, trying to take people on. He got his goal. That’s what Callum needs to do. That’s the sort of impact he can have for us and it has to be consistent. He gave himself a great platform now to continue in that vain. He’ll be very important for us if he does.” – Frank Lampard

And when Olivier Giroud (£6.9m) took to the field in the place of Thiago Silva (£5.5m), enabling Lampard to pair the Frenchman with Abraham up-front in a 3-5-2, Werner was even further away from the danger areas.

During the final 15 minutes of the game, the only opportunity Chelsea’s number 11 had was when he emerged unmarked at the back post following a corner, only to see his powerful shot blocked by Kyle Bartley (£4.5m).

Would Chelsea have had to make these slew of changes to their side had they not gone 3-0 down in the opening half-an-hour? Almost certainly not. Would Werner have been better suited to this game had West Bromwich Albion not retreated into a deep block after a perfect start to the game? Almost certainly.

Perhaps that is the question his owners should consider ahead of the visit of Crystal Palace to Stamford Bridge in Gameweek 4. And even if Werner is deployed on the left-hand side of Chelsea’s attack again for that match, the Eagles’ have struggled to defend that area of the pitch in recent months. As Jan Sienkiewicz reminded us in a recent Captain Sensible article, the following left-sided players registered at least one attacking return facing them during Project Restart:

  • Sadio Mané (£11.9m) – goal
  • Harvey Barnes (£7.0m) – two assists
  • Christian Pulisic (£8.3m) – goal
  • Daniel Podence (£5.6m) – goal
  • Marcus Rashford (£9.5m) – goal and assist

Furthermore, the fitness of Pulisic and Hakim Ziyech (£7.9m) remain in the equation for Werner’s Fantasy appeal. The penetrative runs offered by the American, and Ziyech’s exceptionally creative abilities would have been the perfect tools to break down West Bromwich Albion’s deep block on Saturday, and could be important when facing Palace in Gameweek 4 – something to keep an eye on in Lampard’s upcoming press conferences.

Meanwhile, owners of Kai Havertz (£8.4m) are likely at a crossroads following his contribution to this game. Like Werner, the disastrous start to the game for Chelsea did take its toll, but a chance to operate as a number 10 produced the German’s best performance in a Premier League game so far.

Admittedly, he was making that improvement from a low base, but there were still encouraging signs. The question is: has it come soon enough for his 8.8% ownership to retain their faith for one more week.

In the 10th minute, Havertz picked the ball up on the right-hand edge of the penalty box and unleashed a powerful curling effort. Johnstone could not hold onto it, forced to punch it clear.

Then in the closing stages, the former Bayer Leverkusen man found some space in a central area of the penalty box, but his deflected shot went out for a corner.

And it was his link-up with Hudson-Odoi that got Chelsea closer to their hard-earned point in the 70th minute. That assist was his first attacking return of the season, making four a five-point score. Considering the interest in Blues assets this week, that is certainly less than was probably expected by his owners.

Chelsea’s ongoing defensive issues did not help Reece James‘ (£5.1m) Fantasy appeal, who has now blanked in two of his three Premier League outings this season.

Just as was the case against Brighton in Gameweek 1, the Blues were weakest in the full-back areas, and West Bromwich Albion were ruthless in capitalising on that at the Hawthorns.

In the fourth minute, a poor defensive header from Alonso landed at the feet of Matheus Pereira (£6.0m), who slid his pass across to Callum Robinson (£5.5m), who had escaped from James’ notice. He fired an effort across Willy Caballero (£4.9m) into the bottom corner, securing a third attacking return in as many matches for Pereira.

“I didn’t blame the players, I stated the facts on the clear mistakes that led to the goals. It is always going to be difficult in a game like this. It is not a tactical moment, it is a turnover in possession which we spoke about before.” – Frank Lampard

It may also be a little while until Silva adds much-needed stability to Chelsea’s backline as he slipped and gifted possession to Robinson for the third goal. It was Alonso who lost Bartley for the third goal, although it was poor awareness from James that played the West Bromwich Albion defender onside.

“Thiago Silva is going to be fantastic for us. He has been incredible in his career and absolutely, I will not look at him. I can talk about the mistakes, they are clear and I am open and honest about that. We are a team but we have to react around that and, to be fair, the team did in the second half. But, there is nothing on Thiago, I am sure he will stand up and say it was a mistake. But other than that, I thought he was pretty faultless in the game.” – Frank Lampard

Chelsea were much more secure with Azpilicueta coming on at left-back and they should have Edouard Mendy (£5.0m) in goal by the time they face Crystal Palace. Chelsea traditionally more porous in away games, having conceded 42 goals in 21 road trips since the start of last season, more than any other Premier League side since the start of last season. Although the Eagles might not be the best side to face at home right now, as Roy Hodgson’s men have recently developed a propensity for frustrating top-six sides on their own turf.

Meanwhile, the quality of James’ attacking contributions were not quite up to his usual standard at the Hawthorns.

His best pass arrived at the foot of Abraham in the 11th minute, which the striker skied horribly, but aside from that, James’ delivery was all about quantity and not quality. While he fired in a slew of crosses into the box all night, against a three-man defence, he struggled to find his team-mates too often.

Furthermore, James’ delivery from corners was also rather substandard, Chelsea offering much more in that department once Mount took over responsibility for them. As has been mentioned before, James is likely to lose corners and indirect free-kicks from his locker as soon as Ziyech returns to fitness anyway.

West Bromwich Albion XI (5-4-1): Johnstone; C Townsend, O’Shea, Bartley, Ajayi, Furlong; Diangana (M Phillips 74′), Sawyers, Livermore, M Pereira (Field 90+1′); C Robinson (Robson-Kanu 66′).

Chelsea XI (4-2-3-1): Caballero; Alonso (Azpilicueta 46′), T Silva (Giroud 73′), Christensen, R James; Kovačić (Hudson-Odoi 46′), Kanté; Werner, Havertz, Mount; Abraham.

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2,175 Comments Post a Comment
  1. HollywoodXI
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 6 Years
    22 days, 58 mins ago

    I looked at my team on Friday night and thought it looked great. I’m now looking at two premium forwards doing nothing in Martial and Werner and an injured Son and Podence. Too many fires to even know where to start lol

    1. Steve The Spud
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      22 days, 57 mins ago

      Many in the same situation and have just spent a WC lol

      1. HollywoodXI
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 6 Years
        22 days, 56 mins ago

        What a bonkers GW

    2. yalala
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      22 days, 56 mins ago

      -12 you know you want to do it...and then Tony and Werner end up hauling next week

    3. Ibralicious
      • 6 Years
      22 days, 53 mins ago

      Whoever I've removed so far has hauled so make sure to keep Martial because if the trend continues he's scoring 4 goals on Spurs

    4. Camzy
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 10 Years
      22 days, 50 mins ago

      If you have Martial good chance you have a WC. Maybe now is the time.

  2. Right In The Stanchion
      22 days, 57 mins ago

      Lol Podence was the talk of the town last GW now you’re all selling because he has a knock.

      Bunch of fannies

      1. Tony Martial
        • 1 Year
        22 days, 56 mins ago

        Lmao

    • Shark Team
      • 3 Years
      22 days, 57 mins ago

      I'm afraid that Vardy's injury is serious than what it looks like. Maybe a chance he returns after the break.
      Next gameweek Ings/KDB are the preferred captain options for me

      1. lilmessipran
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 8 Years
        22 days, 56 mins ago

        Think he just said that he is fine

      2. brianutd-why always we? 20
        • 9 Years
        22 days, 53 mins ago

        He says he’s ok

      3. Chilli Heatwave
        • 2 Years
        22 days, 51 mins ago

        It’s fine

    • Dynamic Duos
      • 7 Years
      22 days, 57 mins ago

      Davies and Saiss massive problems now

      1. Steve The Spud
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        22 days, 56 mins ago

        Saïss on the chopping block

      2. lilmessipran
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 8 Years
        22 days, 56 mins ago

        Why Saiss? He should be ok

        1. Ibralicious
          • 6 Years
          22 days, 54 mins ago

          Dreadful in the game, directly handed them a couple of howlers. I expect him to survive but if someone gets cut it's him or Coady.

    • Ibralicious
      • 6 Years
      22 days, 56 mins ago

      Werner-> DCL/Ings for (-4) yay or nay?

      Already got Adams and Hamez. Cheers!

      1. brianutd-why always we? 20
        • 9 Years
        22 days, 52 mins ago

        Either

    • King Kohli
      • 8 Years
      22 days, 56 mins ago

      On a WC and need to drop one from each set.

      A. Jimenez
      B. DCL
      C. Maupay

      1. Pereira
      2. Barnes
      3. Trossard

      1. Right In The Stanchion
          22 days, 56 mins ago

          C1

          1. RECKLESS
            • 7 Years
            22 days, 50 mins ago

            Drop those who doesnt take penalties

        • Ibralicious
          • 6 Years
          22 days, 56 mins ago

          C and not sure about the 123, maybe 1 because Trossard and Barnes looked threatening

        • acesingh
          • 5 Years
          22 days, 55 mins ago

          C1

        • Camzy
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 10 Years
          22 days, 45 mins ago

          C1 to drop imo.

          I really like Trossard. He's not putting up big scores but people that are watching the games can see how involved he is.

      2. JURGENAUT
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        22 days, 56 mins ago

        Who’s expected to double rise in price this GW?

        1. Ibralicious
          • 6 Years
          22 days, 55 mins ago

          Jamie Chatshit and Bowen

          1. Ibralicious
            • 6 Years
            22 days, 55 mins ago

            My guess

      3. Red Red Robins
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        22 days, 56 mins ago

        Dammit bottomed
        Reckon Pulisic for Son before price drop?
        Its a risk, but Lampard said hes fit but due to so many games hes being cautious - thoughts?

        1. Red Red Robins
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          22 days, 53 mins ago

          ah just read a week or 2 - defo not going to risk it

        2. Kay317
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 1 Year
          22 days, 53 mins ago

          I'd be doing it too if I could be sure. Son won't drop straight away surely

          1. Red Red Robins
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            22 days, 52 mins ago

            not risking it mate, prices being weird lately - werner dropped overnight and messed me up

      4. Keep Calm and Play On
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        22 days, 55 mins ago

        Is Son really injured? Didn’t get to watch the game and from what I heard from Mourinho in the post match it was just rotation?

        1. Red Red Robins
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          22 days, 55 mins ago

          Says hes 'out for a while'

          1. Keep Calm and Play On
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 4 Years
            22 days, 54 mins ago

            Mou did? Damn I missed that

        2. Gazza2000
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 8 Years
          22 days, 54 mins ago

          Hammy

          1. MSTRKRFTSMN
            • 6 Years
            22 days, 53 mins ago

            Gotta be wary of mourinho mind games ahead of Utd fixture. You know what it means to him

        3. brianutd-why always we? 20
          • 9 Years
          22 days, 54 mins ago

          Hamstring injury he’s out

      5. brianutd-why always we? 20
        • 9 Years
        22 days, 55 mins ago

        Do a random dip sample of the top 20 in the world and there are many Free Hits and WC this GW

      6. sully29
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 6 Years
        22 days, 55 mins ago

        Maupay could be a good pick.

      7. Hryszko
        • 3 Years
        22 days, 54 mins ago

        Bottomed:

        My WC team currently on 17 points, got 6 off the bench to come on for Podence then Trent, Salah & Martinez to save me tomorrow!

        Am I G2G for the next week, used my FT to do Werner > Ings.

        Martinez (Steer)
        Trent - Saiss - Taylor (Lamptey & Dallas)
        Salah - KDB - Podence - Foden (Burke)
        Ings - Werner - DCL

      8. Kaneyonero
        • 4 Years
        22 days, 53 mins ago

        Was gonna do Werner to Vardy? What's the story with his injury?

        1. Das Boot
          • 6 Years
          22 days, 53 mins ago

          Vardy is not injured dude. he's ok

          1. Kaneyonero
            • 4 Years
            22 days, 52 mins ago

            He's flagged for hip injury?

            1. Das Boot
              • 6 Years
              22 days, 50 mins ago

              no. he was on the BBC after the game. he is not injured. He said he has something in the groin area that rubs causing him a bit of discomfort but it is not an issue and he works with it. Had it for ages apparently

        2. Ibralicious
          • 6 Years
          22 days, 52 mins ago

          Wait for more news, looked okay on the broadcast but rumors picking up now

        3. ...al
          • 11 Years
          22 days, 52 mins ago

          His good old hip

          He seems to manage it so would expect him to be ok

        4. g40steve
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 2 Years
          22 days, 49 mins ago

          Sky interviewed him live he said nothing to worry about

        5. Bushwhacker
          • 1 Year
          22 days, 49 mins ago

          He'll be fine. Doesn't need his hip to stick in a penalty.

      9. TAT
        • 2 Years
        22 days, 53 mins ago

        At this point I’m actually considering quitting this season spending my time on something else, but looking at potential moves anyway, Werner > Ings? Open for suggestion to anything between a -4 and a -16 too.

        Martínez
        TAA - James - Saïss
        Foden - Podence - KDB - Salah
        DCL - Werner - Jiménez
        (Button - Mitchell - Lamptey - Anguissa)

        1. Ibralicious
          • 6 Years
          22 days, 51 mins ago

          I would just keep your FT. Your team looks good and 2FTs are always more useful when things change quickly with injuries/COVID/players getting dropped etc.

          1. TAT
            • 2 Years
            22 days, 49 mins ago

            I'm considering just saving the FT, but at the same time I'm almost past the point of caring anyway. Might as well have some fun with transfers – or at least looking at potential moves.

        2. brianutd-why always we? 20
          • 9 Years
          22 days, 50 mins ago

          One less to compete against then cheers

          1. TAT
            • 2 Years
            22 days, 48 mins ago

            Not competing for anything at this point, haha!

        3. FPL_trail_runner
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          22 days, 50 mins ago

          Dont take a hit.

          1. TAT
            • 2 Years
            22 days, 45 mins ago

            It is tempting, to be honest. It's likely to fail, but at least it's an option.

        4. Gandalf
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 10 Years
          22 days, 50 mins ago

          Save or 1FT. Nothing wrong with that team

          1. Flynny
            • 5 Years
            22 days, 48 mins ago

            Same team as me.

            Think its probably save or Warner to ings

            1. TAT
              • 2 Years
              22 days, 46 mins ago

              Did the stupid move of Ings to Martial after GW1 (it was the plan all along though), but getting him in again is tempting.

          2. TAT
            • 2 Years
            22 days, 48 mins ago

            Tempted to just moving on Werner. I know how good he can be, but that Chelsea side without Pulisic is really uninspiring…

        5. Bushwhacker
          • 1 Year
          22 days, 48 mins ago

          We're in lockdown across the globe. What the hell else is there to be doing??!?!?

          1. TAT
            • 2 Years
            22 days, 46 mins ago

            Watch a few films, read some books, more exercise – lot's of options!

        6. Scots Gooner
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 4 Years
          22 days, 48 mins ago

          Honrstly, there's nothing wrong with that team. Wait on news on Podence. Maybe want to get Werner out, otherwise give it another week.

          This is a freak start to the season, things will hopefully become more normal soon.

          1. TAT
            • 2 Years
            22 days, 41 mins ago

            Podence is a worry, as he was one of my main transfer targets 'cause of his price and form. If he's out then it messes with the team structure straight away, and it leaves me thinking that a hit (or two) to transfer him and Werner out is an alright move to make. Could get in a couple of pen takers for example.

            It's certainly a freak start. I had a bad last season as well, so the motivation of spending the hours you usually do with this game isn't there anymore.

      10. yalala
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 9 Years
        22 days, 53 mins ago

        Think Saiss Podence Jimmy will drop this week?

        1. ...al
          • 11 Years
          22 days, 52 mins ago

          The fixtures are just too damn good to sell for me

          Saiss/Jimi owner

        2. LucasMoregametime
            22 days, 51 mins ago

            nope

          • Ibralicious
            • 6 Years
            22 days, 51 mins ago

            Podence would because of the flag. Not sure about the other two, Jiminez just rose so would be a shame

        3. RamaJama
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 8 Years
          22 days, 52 mins ago

          Best 4.5 mid?

          1. ...al
            • 11 Years
            22 days, 51 mins ago

            Bissouma

          2. yalala
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 9 Years
            22 days, 51 mins ago

            Burke, massive 3pts this week

            1. ...al
              • 11 Years
              22 days, 49 mins ago

              Burke also an options actually yes. OOP mf

              1. RamaJama
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 8 Years
                22 days, 48 mins ago

                How long will he play?

          3. Ibralicious
            • 6 Years
            22 days, 51 mins ago

            Bisssssoooouuuumaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

        4. Bartowski
          • 10 Years
          22 days, 52 mins ago

          It's reassuring to know that the players I was choosing between on my wildcard all turned out to be absolutely terrible picks.

          1. Ibralicious
            • 6 Years
            22 days, 50 mins ago

            Yup that's how it usually goes, wait for the FPL law of equalization to get you some results in the coming GWs though

        5. Gandalf
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 10 Years
          22 days, 51 mins ago

          Which front lines look better?(currently sitting on Son Salah Kane Werner and 2FT)

          Havertz Soucek Burke X X
          Wilson X X

          A. Salah KDB
          Jiménez and one of Rich/Ings/DCL for -4

          B. Salah KDB
          DCL Werner

          C. Salah KDB
          Kane Maupay

          D. KDB Mahrez
          Kane Werner

          (Werner can change to one of Jiménez/Ings/Rich/DCL where applicable for B or D but for -4)

        6. Keep Calm and Play On
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 4 Years
          22 days, 51 mins ago

          Looks like this will be the year of hits for me...Son out, Podence out

          1. Ibralicious
            • 6 Years
            22 days, 49 mins ago

            Do you have a defender that can start in place of Podence? His price drop is an inconvenience but with good fixtures, he's definitely worth holding and not taking a -4 to remove

        7. FPL_trail_runner
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          22 days, 51 mins ago

          Instead of bemoaning the random variance people need to try and adjust to what is a new season. Some thoughts

          1. Avoid hits , there is huge variance and with so many potential scorers so far its a no.1 rule

          2. Pre season predictions are not valid (same as every year) - Leicester look decent. Chelsea need time, City remain variable but will be excellent if the timing is right

          3 Wolves are concerning but worth waiting on them - this could change. Looks of player movement is never a good sign

          4 Brighton will offer some value - Lamptey

          5 Spurs are not a good attacking option to spend money on

          6 Leeds are Fpl value, decent options everywhere. Wouldnt be suprised if they do a Norwich v City next week. I see them finishing top 10 - annoyed i only took double defence and none of their attack yet.

          7 City could be on the wrong side of their peak - will still offer value occasionlly but may frustrate occasionally. They also spent 1 hour post game in dressing room. Wouldnt be surprised if this season could go the wrong way. Time will tell.

          8 Ings next week looks the safest captain choice.

          9 Focus on the decision , not the outcome.

          10. See no.9 again.

          1. brianutd-why always we? 20
            • 9 Years
            22 days, 46 mins ago

            How you doing then? Rank

            1. FPL_trail_runner
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              22 days, 43 mins ago

              120k with 2 left

              1. MaxiRobriguez
                • 5 Years
                22 days, 16 mins ago

                I agree. Scores are all over the place so focus on decision not outcome. I ignored Wolves and Man City to hold onto WC until international break but fortunate to get away with it today and Jimi/KDB could haul next week.

        8. g40steve
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 2 Years
          22 days, 51 mins ago

          So who WCed last week?

          Removed!

          Vardy wk3 scores 17
          McCarthy
          Richarlison
          Auba
          Soucek

          # Gutted

          1. Mr. O'Connell
            • 8 Years
            22 days, 47 mins ago

            Yeah. Currently on 14 from 9 played. Just Robbo and Salah left.

            Took out Vardy, Wilson, Soucek, Ayling with Auba and Trent still to rub salt in the wound.

        9. Mr. O'Connell
          • 8 Years
          22 days, 51 mins ago

          What time is the Wolves match on tomorrow?

        10. Infected by ebolasie
          • 4 Years
          22 days, 51 mins ago

          Triple pool anyone? Mane over KDB crazy? Or perhaps robbo/vvd double up?

          1. Infected by ebolasie
            • 4 Years
            22 days, 50 mins ago

            Along with Trent and Salah that is

        11. lilmessipran
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 8 Years
          22 days, 50 mins ago

          We all be perma capping Mo after tomorrow for a while

        12. Werner Bros
          • 5 Years
          22 days, 50 mins ago

          Anybody else unable to find Son on fpl stats?

          Doesn't come up when I search the name. Will he drop in price tonight?

          1. LucasMoregametime
              22 days, 49 mins ago

              search his name and then search by price, he will not drop tonight

            • Infected by ebolasie
              • 4 Years
              22 days, 49 mins ago

              -36 with Triple red. He is there. And no not tonight

            • TorresMagic™ - 48n69x
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • Has Moderation Rights
              • 11 Years
              22 days, 48 mins ago

              Page 2 or 3

            • Keep Calm and Play On
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 4 Years
              22 days, 47 mins ago

              That is odd, I imagine lots will be selling

            • Gandalf
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 10 Years
              22 days, 47 mins ago

              On -38.6 with 3 red arrows

            • Werner Bros
              • 5 Years
              22 days, 46 mins ago

              Thanks guys found it by searching Spurs in the end.

              Any thoughts on whether I should WC or take any hits tonight?

              Or am I safe to sleep on it for now?

              McCarthy Nyland
              TAA Davies Justin Taylor Mitchell
              Salah KDB Son* Podence* Bissouma
              Jimi Werner Davis

              0FT 0.8ITB

          2. LucasMoregametime
              22 days, 49 mins ago

              Pickford (Ryan)
              Saiss, VVD, James, Justin (Mitchell)
              KDB, Hamez, Zaha (Podence)
              Kane, Werner, Jimi

              Honestly thought I was gonna go huge this week what FT to make?

            • Niho992
              • 2 Years
              22 days, 48 mins ago

              Best replacement for Bavies? Wolves defender maybe but who?

            • Top Lad Dakes.
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 3 Years
              22 days, 48 mins ago

              Maybe I’ll give Werner another go... expected CRY to be a tougher fixture than wba, so maybe with reverse logic (as this season is going) and with the points this article makes, he could finally return...

            • Atletico Junior
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 7 Years
              22 days, 48 mins ago

              Got Son + 1.1M itb... already made Werner to Ings last night. Is it worth -4 or just play bench?

              1. TorresMagic™ - 48n69x
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • Has Moderation Rights
                • 11 Years
                22 days, 47 mins ago

                Depends on bench. Would probably sell though.

                1. Atletico Junior
                  • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                  • 7 Years
                  22 days, 41 mins ago

                  To who?

            • Chilli Heatwave
              • 2 Years
              22 days, 48 mins ago

              At this point hits are costing more than average points scored, bare that in mind