Scout Notes

Haller impresses for West Ham as recovering Antonio waits in the wings

Sheff Utd 0-1 West Ham

  • Goals: Sebastien Haller (£6.1m)
  • Assists: Pablo Fornals (£6.4m)
  • Bonus Points: Haller x3, Lukasz Fabianski x2 (£5.0m), Aaron Cresswell x1 (£5.1m), Arthur Masuaku x1 (£4.5m)

A sweet strike from Sebastien Haller (£6.1m) secured a second-straight win for West Ham as Sheffield United’s start to the season remained on the wrong side of hellish.

The striker blasted home from the edge of the area after the ball fell to him courtesy of a Pablo Fornals (£6.4m) ricochet, consigning the Blades to a fourth consecutive defeat their enterprise probably did not merit.

Chris Wilder’s side might have been out-shot 15-9 by the visitors, but they forced Lukasz Fabianski (£5.0m) into five saves and would have had at least a point from the encounter had Oli McBurnie (£5.7m) not hit the woodwork when put clean through.

That lack of ruthlessness is the reason why United have managed only four goals from nine winless matches this season, while their zero clean sheets adds another layer to the Fantasy disinterest in their players at present.

Haller of Fame

The same cannot be said of the Hammers.

Having survived and thrived during a brutal opening run of fixtures, their assets have started on a kinder schedule by winning 1-0 win for two Gameweeks in a row.

Even a hamstring injury to key striker Michail Antonio (£62m) has not disrupted David Moyes’ men too badly, with stand-in Haller putting in a fine shift at Bramall Lane.

West Ham’s replacement striker is owned by just 0.3% in Fantasy Premier League (FPL) and that figure is unlikely to rise on the back of one, albeit excellent, performance.

Moyes was happy to praise Haller post-match.

“He came back from international duty and I could sense in the two days we had back training that he had a spring in his step. His confidence seemed up and we’re really pleased with that. He’s showing signs now, and like today’s goal, we want him to get more goals and to be more involved in the build up play and stronger in some situations.” – David Moyes

But the manager’s recent update on Antonio’s fitness suggests there will soon be competition for the lone striker role and it’s a contest the Englishman will probably win based on his form this calendar year.

“Michail is back training. He’s getting much closer (to full fitness) that’s for sure. He’s a really important player to the team and how we play. If we can get him back, good, but I don’t want to say if we can because at the moment we’re not quite sure if he’s ready yet.” – David Moyes

Gameweek 10’s visit of Aston Villa might be too soon for an Antonio start, but a return to the match-day squad looks ever likelier. Yet another week where many Fantasy eyes will be on Moyes’ pre-match press conference.

Midfield Mayhem

Fortunately for Fantasy managers looking for differentials, investment in West Ham players remains low. Defender Aaron Cresswell (£5.1m) is by far and away the most popular pick with 9.3% ownership.

But the side’s midfielders continue to offer attacking potential for relatively low prices.

As explained in more detail in the Premium Members analysis above, Bowen carries a clear offensive threat, but at present it is Fornals who leads the midfield pack with 48 points and a goal and an assist from his last three starts.

The budget appeal of Tomas Soucek (£4.9m) has made him the most-owned of the Hammers’ middle men and his 3.0% following should have seen him add to Gameweek 8’s first goal of the season, only for him to blow a superb chance in the first half on Sunday when set up by Haller’s astute header.

Few Shall Pass

It would not be a Moyes team without some of his focus being on the backline.

“We’re not going to do well enough if we don’t defend well enough, and we’ve started to pick up a few clean sheets, so long may that continue.” – David Moyes

West Ham are currently joint-top for clean sheets this season, with four, and only two teams have conceded fewer goals than the 10 they’ve shipped thus far.

Vladimir Coufal (£4.6m) was the first to work Sheffield keeper Aaron Ramsdale (£4.8m) on Sunday and he also chipped in with three chances created.

It was Cresswell and Arthur Masuaku (£4.5m) who brought in bonus to go with their clean sheet points, however.

Cresswell is currently the only West Ham player in the top 30 for Gameweek 10 transfers-in, putting him on course for a seventh straight rise in ownership.

But West Ham’s immediate schedule is, arguably, not quite as attractive as it might seem at first glance.

Their next two home opponents, Villa and then Manchester United, have performed better on the road, and the three fixtures that follow (Leeds (away), Crystal Palace (home), Chelsea (away)) are likely to be tight and tough affairs.

Picking clean sheet and attacking returns out of that lot looks tricky, although the relatively low prices of West Ham assets should still tempt many.

Wilder’s Woes

The temptation regarding Sheffield United players is to bin them off – if you haven’t done so already, that is.

Next Saturday’s trip to West Brom already looks like a must-win game for a team suffering badly from the absence of key players, with the long-term injury to Jack O’Connell (£4.8m) a particular issue for a defence that was so resolute last season.

Only Rhian Brewster (£4.5m and 6.1%) has significant ownership levels, but he’s struggling to even hold down a regular starting berth, which makes his cheap and cheerless status a perfect metaphor for the team as a whole.

Wilder is not about to throw in the towel.

“There’s a long way to go. Without being disrespectful to some of the places this football club has had to go, it is no good taking a backwards step and feeling sorry for yourself.” – Chris Wilder

But without being disrespectful to his players, Fantasy managers are unlikely to be joining them on their journey any time soon.

Sheffield United (5-3-2): Ramsdale; Baldock, Egan, Ampadu (Robinson 62), Basham (Lundstram 76), Lowe; Berge, Norwood (Brewster 65), Fleck; McBurnie, McGoldrick.

West Ham (3-4-2-1): Fabianski; Cresswell, Balbuena, Ogbonna; Coufal, Rice, Soucek, Masuaku; Bowen (Noble 90+2), Fornals (Lanzini 76); Haller.

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1,490 Comments Post a Comment
  1. Rasping Drive
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 12 Years
    10 months, 28 days ago

    It’s quite tricky to decide whether to go big on City attacking assets from GW10 onwards. City have only scored 4 goals in 3 home games so far, and yet the opposition hasn’t been the easiest (Leicester, Arsenal and Liverpool), but their xG is actually less than 4.

    Burnley have one of the lowest xGC in the league so far and the second lowest xG (granted they’ve played one game less than most other teams). If you are considering selling the likes of Son, Kane or Bruno to accommodate City attackers, perhaps the smart play is to move for a City defender, see how City do in GW10 and then make your move further up the field?

    FOMO will certainly play a big part. Personally I am hoping City’s performance against Olympiacos makes that decision a bit easier.

    1. Steve The Spud
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      10 months, 28 days ago

      yeah fair points, just on eye test I thought city looked good against spurs for most of the game and when I've watched burnley personally think they've looked quite poor at the back stats aside.

      what you said would be a good move but because Zaha is now out I need to transfer out a non playing player to get a good 11 out expect some people are in the same situation

      1. Rasping Drive
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 12 Years
        10 months, 28 days ago

        I guess the issue is with City the drop off in stats when compared to last season.

        There was an interesting article in The Athletic this week saying how City are not pressing nearly as much as they were in recent years and that the team has reached the end of it’s cycle of dominance, with Pep having the job of rebuilding. It doesn’t bode well.

        I still think City will win most of the upcoming fixtures comfortably but perhaps not by 4 or 5 goals which we have come to expect.

        You’re right about the need for many managers to get rid of the likes of Zaha - what moves are you planning in that regard?

        1. Flair
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 1 Year
          10 months, 28 days ago

          I should really get a subscription to The Athletic. Excellent content on there. Though I spend enough time on football as it is 😆

          1. Rasping Drive
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 12 Years
            10 months, 28 days ago

            Hehe. I think they still have a special offer on at the moment. Some of the articles are great, I have to say. Not visibly helping my rank in FPL, mind 😀

    2. Little Frank
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 10 Years
      10 months, 28 days ago

      I know you can read too much into these things but the last three Man City v Burnley games at the Etihad have ended up 5-0.

      1. Rasping Drive
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 12 Years
        10 months, 28 days ago

        Yes, they do seem to blow Burnley away regardless.

        My only moves are to sell Son and Robbo (for KDB and Cancelo/Dias) for -4, or Bruno to KDB for free. I don’t like the look of any of these moves at the moment and will leave it until the last minute to decide.

    3. acidicleo
      • 5 Years
      10 months, 28 days ago

      Good points...I will also monitor their midweek game..
      I am scouting for a replacement for Wilf..

    4. NABIL - I still got Tsimi
      • 9 Years
      10 months, 28 days ago

      This. No rush to get City attacker imo.

      However, fortune favours the brave. Might even do Bruno to KDB, who knows.

    5. Flair
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      10 months, 28 days ago

      The approach you proposed is the ideal one IMO.

  2. Steve The Spud
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 1 Year
    10 months, 28 days ago

    Semedo and Zaha > Dias and KDB look ok? -4

    Current team

    Mendy
    Cresswell konsa semado
    son Zaha bruno Jack
    kane dcl bam

    4.0 anguissa Lamptey Mitchell

    1. Jamb0
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      10 months, 28 days ago

      Yeah looks good

  3. Vazza
    • 1 Year
    10 months, 28 days ago

    I did James Rodriguez to Jota to upgrade Jimenez to Vardy for a 4 point hit.

    Was this a

    A. Wise move
    B. Foolish move

    1. Jamb0
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      10 months, 28 days ago

      A

    2. Rasping Drive
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 12 Years
      10 months, 28 days ago

      Well, Rodriguez looked great first half at Fulham. That said, he’s frustratingly blanked in his last 4 and LEE is a difficult game to predict. I think if you captain Vardy, you’ll make those points back and more.

      1. Vazza
        • 1 Year
        10 months, 28 days ago

        I watched the Fulham vs Leeds game live and Rodriguez always looked like he was going to assist the assister. Due to his injury record, he has definitely lost a few yards of pace. Not sure whether I’m trying to convince you or convince myself. Jota is in great form and I won’t mind an occasional benching every now and again.

    3. acidicleo
      • 5 Years
      10 months, 28 days ago

      A

    4. NABIL - I still got Tsimi
      • 9 Years
      10 months, 28 days ago

      A but could backfire

    5. Groot the Leveller
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 7 Years
      10 months, 28 days ago

      A
      I've had Rodriguez since gw2 and returns have dried up, so its time to reassess.
      Jota looks good, is well priced, in a team sitting second, in a team that likes to score goals.
      He will be benched some weeks, others he plays the full game.

  4. Dont give a fuchs
    • 7 Years
    10 months, 28 days ago

    Who to bench?

    Have front 8 of
    Ziyech Salah Jota Son JRod
    DCL Watkins Vardy(1 FT for Kane)

    1. I SPEAK ENGELS AND DRINK GI…
      • 1 Year
      10 months, 28 days ago

      Thats what you get when you play too strong 8

    2. Vazza
      • 1 Year
      10 months, 28 days ago

      My gosh, I would not like to have a selection dilemma like this one.

    3. NABIL - I still got Tsimi
      • 9 Years
      10 months, 28 days ago

      Z

  5. Bielsa Murderball
    • 1 Year
    10 months, 28 days ago

    Guys, how lively was watkins against brighton?

    1. Steve The Spud
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      10 months, 28 days ago

      looked ok, missed a couple of decent chances - looks a good player, on pens as well so would be happy to hold

  6. SHOWSTOPPERRR
    • 3 Years
    10 months, 28 days ago

    Guys in a bit of dilemma, need salah but kdb also in the mind..what to do here 1ft 2.0m itb

    Martinez
    Robbo chilly kwp
    Bruno son grealish ziyech
    Kane dcl bamford

    4.0 kwp dallas lamptey

    A) kane and son to vardy and kdb -4
    B) son and robbo to salah and cancelo -4
    C) kane and grealish to richarlison/watkins to salah -4

  7. juanmata8
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 7 Years
    10 months, 28 days ago

    Saiss Jimenez Zaha > KDB Bamford Dias for -8? Yay or nay?

    Other options Adams, Cancelo

    1. NABIL - I still got Tsimi
      • 9 Years
      10 months, 28 days ago

      Yay if you don't mind a -8 hit. I do

  8. Lallana
    • 7 Years
    10 months, 28 days ago

    Which move(s)?

    1) Kane>Brewster, 4.5>De Bruyne
    2) Kane>Vardy
    3) Barkley>Jota
    4) Watkins>Wilson
    5) Lamptey>Cancelo

    Thinking 5 because Watkins/Barkley have good fixtures, Kane has form.
    But 3 is tempting because Jota is looking great.

    1. NABIL - I still got Tsimi
      • 9 Years
      10 months, 28 days ago

      5

    2. Vazza
      • 1 Year
      10 months, 28 days ago

      3) Barkley>Hazard :p

  9. nickybwild
    • 12 Years
    10 months, 28 days ago

    Morning guys!

    Quick one re. wolves...Is Kilman’s time in the starting XI numbered once Saiss and Coady are back? How will they and Marcal/Nouri be accommodated once all are fit?

    1. fjb07
      • 10 Years
      10 months, 28 days ago

      Saiss shouldnt be an issue.. he was anyway displaced by Kilman.. Coady as a Captain will always be back.. I think kilman is set

      1. NABIL - I still got Tsimi
        • 9 Years
        10 months, 28 days ago

        This.his spot to lose now imo

  10. Bavarian
    • 3 Years
    10 months, 28 days ago

    Need your help guys to figure out the best transfer ideas...

    Martinez - Steer
    Robertson - C.Taylor - Coufal - Mitchell - Kilman
    Son - KDB - Grealish - Zaha - Bissouma
    Kane - Jimenez - DCL

    1.5 itb and 1 ft

    A- Jim-Robertson to Vardy-Chilwell (-4)
    B - Kane to Vardy
    C -Jim-Zaha to Vardy-Mount (-4)
    D- Son-Jim to Salah-Bamford (-4)
    E- Other

    1. Bavarian
      • 3 Years
      10 months, 28 days ago

      Another option Zaha-Jim to Jota- Vardy

      1. NABIL - I still got Tsimi
        • 9 Years
        10 months, 28 days ago

        This one

      2. Vazza
        • 1 Year
        10 months, 28 days ago

        This is the best option without a doubt

      3. stu92
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 2 Years
        10 months, 28 days ago

        Yeah go this

  11. unitednations
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 9 Years
    10 months, 28 days ago

    Morning dzz, best moves here with 4m and 1FT. Concerned about my def

    Martinez
    Chilwell James Saiss* -- Mitchell Lamptey
    Bruno Son Barnes Grealish -- Burke
    Watkins DCL Kane

    - 0.7 short of Barnes > Kdb so can fund that by downgrading Saiss > 4.4m but who though with a good fixture this week? Also, argument for holding Barnes (FUL)

    - Saiss and Mitchell >> Cancelo + Dias?

    - something else

    1. NABIL - I still got Tsimi
      • 9 Years
      10 months, 28 days ago

      Tough one. Maybe the first move with Kilman or Lewis. Not much to choose there

    2. stu92
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      10 months, 28 days ago

      Double City defence looks decent. You could probably just do one of them though, I’d say probably Saiss as he’ll have more value in him and isn’t guaranteed a game at the minute.

      I’d hold Barnes for Fulham like you said.

      1. unitednations
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 9 Years
        10 months, 28 days ago

        just feel its too much of a risk this week going without any pool or city attacker so want to cover myself with atleast one of them

  12. RedWolf
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 4 Years
    10 months, 28 days ago

    Every week I seem to fall further and further behind my mini league.

    Temptation every week is to rip up my team, make a whole raft of transfers, and gamble on my captain

    I'm 150 points off the leader, surely there's no chance, even at this early stage?

    1. stu92
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      10 months, 28 days ago

      You can definitely make up 150 points over 30 weeks. They’ll have no doubt benefitted from some freak results, stick to the game plan and focus on the small gains.

      That’s what I’m telling myself anyway, I’m 70 off the pace but just had my highest score of the season so far with 77 so feel like I’ve turned a corner!!

    2. NABIL - I still got Tsimi
      • 9 Years
      10 months, 28 days ago

      Marathon not sprint.

  13. stu92
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 2 Years
    10 months, 28 days ago

    Jrod to KDB for a -4? Currently own DCL but no City players.

    1. Sad Pablo Arsecobar
      • 5 Years
      10 months, 28 days ago

      Yeah why not

    2. Lucky Z
      • 4 Years
      10 months, 28 days ago

      JRod can score more than KdB this week. Not for a hit at keast IMO

    3. NABIL - I still got Tsimi
      • 9 Years
      10 months, 28 days ago

      Look at Hames fixtures. I'd hold

  14. ⚔★Vibudh★⚔
    • 5 Years
    10 months, 28 days ago

    Wow I picked Riedewald on WC because he is 4.4 and I just saw that he had 3 key passes yesterday, could he be the best cheap mid?

    1. NABIL - I still got Tsimi
      • 9 Years
      10 months, 28 days ago

      No Zaha though. Even I cn have 4 key passes in that team.

      -salty PVA owner

  15. Lucky Z
    • 4 Years
    10 months, 28 days ago

    Sorry for offtop:

    Is there a game in Play Market which is old school football simulator which allows to choose actual teams and play friendlies, tournaments etc? Fine if even with old squads.

  16. NABIL - I still got Tsimi
    • 9 Years
    10 months, 28 days ago

    Bruno to KDB for free?

    Upside chasing anyone?

    1. Flair
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      10 months, 28 days ago

      Kane to Vardy is the upside chasing move 😛

      1. NABIL - I still got Tsimi
        • 9 Years
        10 months, 28 days ago

        Yawn.

        Can't beat my Brewster to Vardy though 😉

        1. Flair
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 1 Year
          10 months, 28 days ago

          Means no KDB or Salah, hmm

          1. NABIL - I still got Tsimi
            • 9 Years
            10 months, 28 days ago

            Bruno can be KDB. Still have another FT

            1. Flair
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 1 Year
              10 months, 28 days ago

              Let's watch the Olympiacos game. Though I think KDB has shown enough to promise hauls in the next few matches

              1. NABIL - I still got Tsimi
                • 9 Years
                10 months, 28 days ago

                Indeed. Let's do this!

    2. stu92
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      10 months, 28 days ago

      Nah, hold Bruno.

  17. Sharkytect
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 7 Years
    10 months, 28 days ago

    For the first time I thought I’d try to play the fixtures with my heavy hitters and rotate - planned to swap out Kane for Vardy and also bring in KDB for Bruno or son. Also planned to get Cancelo for reguilon.

    Instead, I’m stuck with Zaha, Barkley and Lamptey our for this week and I already have dead-wood Ferguson on my bench. Just shows that you can’t plan Your transfers too far ahead.

    1. NABIL - I still got Tsimi
      • 9 Years
      10 months, 28 days ago

      2FTs, 6.9 itb but I'm definitely keeping Lamptey and Barkley. Reason? Not like I'm playing Lamptey this week, and Barkley is still a hold with that fixtures unless seriously injured

  18. fpork
    • 6 Years
    10 months, 28 days ago

    Zaha->Jota today, or wait until after UCL?

    Normally I would wait, but have 2FT and nothing else to spend it on.

    1. NABIL - I still got Tsimi
      • 9 Years
      10 months, 28 days ago

      Wait

    2. g40steve
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      10 months, 28 days ago

      Waiting for news on Zaha, keep eye on Jotas price as already +67?

  19. g40steve
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 3 Years
    10 months, 28 days ago

    GTG Friday?

    Cap - Bruno?
    Keep Zaha?
    Mid week if City on fire get defender?

    Martinez,
    Coufal, Chilwell, Robbo
    Grealish, Bruno, Son, Jota
    DCL, Kane, Bamford

    Forster, Zouma, Zaha, Lamptey

    1.2 bank

    1. Cojones of Destiny
      • 3 Years
      10 months, 28 days ago

      Zaha to a 4,4 and bank the cash for future moves, team g2g

  20. Dthinger
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 4 Years
    10 months, 28 days ago

    Which three defenders for next week? Choosing from:

    Lascelles Robbo Kilman Zouma Targett

    1. NABIL - I still got Tsimi
      • 9 Years
      10 months, 28 days ago

      RZT

  21. Hazardous1983
    • 10 Years
    10 months, 28 days ago

    Son and kane to vardy and salah/sterling? For a hit? I own.kdb

    Kane to vardy?

    Bruno to salah/sterling? Kane to vardy for hi

    Which 1 is the best option

    1. NABIL - I still got Tsimi
      • 9 Years
      10 months, 28 days ago

      Not one

    2. Jafalad
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 11 Years
      10 months, 28 days ago

      I'm thinking Kane is a season keeper. I'm also having issues taking out Bruno and Jota for Salah or KDB. I like my midfield of Bruno, Grealish, Son, Jota and James.

      Perhaps James needs an upgrade.

      I don't think you should remove any of those players.

      1. Hazardous1983
        • 10 Years
        10 months, 28 days ago

        Too many options in midfield

  22. KingZZ
    • 5 Years
    10 months, 28 days ago

    Is this worth a -4 hit?

    Zaha + Dunne - - > Jota + Castagne

  23. Bam Saka Laca
    • 1 Year
    10 months, 28 days ago

    Morning all. Gtg this week?

    Martínez
    Chilwell Cancelo Cresswell
    Grealish Rashford Mané Son
    Vardy(C) DCL Bamford

    Steer Podence Mitchell Lamptey

    1. NABIL - I still got Tsimi
      • 9 Years
      10 months, 28 days ago

      Very nice

  24. Cojones of Destiny
    • 3 Years
    10 months, 28 days ago

    Need advise lads:
    1 FT, Keane to
    a. Dallas
    b. KWP
    c. Taylor
    d. Any other around 4,5

    other defs I got: Lamps*, James, Coufal, 4,0

    1. NABIL - I still got Tsimi
      • 9 Years
      10 months, 28 days ago

      Play Coufal

  25. Rolls-Royce
    • 7 Years
    10 months, 28 days ago

    Morning folks,

    Kane-> Vardy for FT a no brainer?

    1. Flair
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      10 months, 28 days ago

      Captaining him?

      1. Rolls-Royce
        • 7 Years
        10 months, 28 days ago

        Most likely

        1. Flair
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 1 Year
          10 months, 28 days ago

          I'm probably doing the same so won't argue against it. Consider the form and fixtures carefully though

    2. NABIL - I still got Tsimi
      • 9 Years
      10 months, 28 days ago

      Have both?

    3. Tambling5
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      10 months, 28 days ago

      I did it yesterday as Vardy was rising, and may go up again, but it's not a no-brainier. Leicester's injury probs not improving, and no reason why Kane can't score against anyone! Chelsea defence much improved, but have still given away a good chance or two every game recently. Don't see the rush now you've missed first rise.

  26. ZAWAd25
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 4 Years
    10 months, 28 days ago

    Have:
    Salah KDB ______ Grealish

    on WC, who to get in midfield?

    A) Sterling
    B) Fernandes
    C) Mane

    1. NABIL - I still got Tsimi
      • 9 Years
      10 months, 28 days ago

      Cheapo in order to get Vardy Kane DCL attack

      1. Cojones of Destiny
        • 3 Years
        10 months, 28 days ago

        that s my attack currently

        1. ZAWAd25
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 4 Years
          10 months, 28 days ago

          How does your midfield look?

          1. Cojones of Destiny
            • 3 Years
            10 months, 28 days ago

            Son, Bruno, Ziyech, Grealish

      2. ZAWAd25
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        10 months, 28 days ago

        my front line right now is

        Salah KDB Grealish (Mane/Sterling/Fernandes)
        DCL Watkins Bamford

        Tempted to go without Vardy as I feel like the value in cheap strikers is better than midfield

  27. Easy Cheesy
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 2 Years
    10 months, 28 days ago

    Anyone keeping jiminez? Goal threat stats remain the same as last year; just the chance creation stats are down.

  28. Disturbed
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 7 Years
    10 months, 28 days ago

    Tempted to keep both Kane and son but need some city attack for the next few fixtures. Thoughts on these transfers?

    Ziyech and zaha > kdb and soucek

    Bruno son ziyech grealish zaha
    Kane dcl Brewster

    1. NABIL - I still got Tsimi
      • 9 Years
      10 months, 28 days ago

      Lovely. Just lovely

    2. Cojones of Destiny
      • 3 Years
      10 months, 28 days ago

      defo an upgrade

      1. Cojones of Destiny
        • 3 Years
        10 months, 28 days ago

        got Zieych last gw myself thinking if it was a right move... should ve gone Jota to make things easier next gw

  29. Akshatjazz
    • 2 Years
    10 months, 28 days ago

    transfer thoughts ?

    james rodriguez > kdb & Mitchell > cancelo/ Dias for hit

    my team for this GW GTG ?

    Martinez
    robbo, chilwell, cancelo/ Dias*
    grealish, son, salah, kdb*
    dcl, bamfort, watkins

    sub - Mc carthy, Kilman, Dallas, Bissouma