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All you have to do is pick one player from each of five nominated fixtures for the upcoming Gameweek. If all of your selections score more points than their respective Fantasy5 ‘points targets’, then you win.

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GAMEWEEK 22 FIXTURES

The five matches in this round of fixtures are:

  • Burnley v Manchester City
  • Leeds United v Everton
  • Aston Villa v West Ham United
  • Liverpool v Brighton and Hove Albion
  • Tottenham Hotspur v Chelsea

The deadline is at 18:00 GMT on Wednesday, February 3.

SCOUT’S GAMEWEEK 22 PICKS

If Pep Guardiola continues to deploy Phil Foden (8.5) on the left-hand side of Manchester City’s front-three, then the youngster could have an enjoyable evening at Turf Moor on Wednesday.

Over their last four matches, Burnley have conceded more chances down their right-hand side than any other Premier League club.

In a similar vein, Leeds have given up 27 chances through the middle over that same period, the second-worst in the division.

That’s why I fancy Dominic Calvert-Lewin (6.5) to profit when Everton travel to Elland Road midweek.

Aaron Cresswell (6.5) has been a master of road trips for West Ham in 2020/21. Six of his eight assists have come in outside of the London Stadium this season, the most attacking returns of any defender in away matches.

Meanwhile, Aston Villa’s 18 chances given up down their right-hand side in the last four matches is the third-worst in the Premier League and they also sit inside the bottom five for chances conceded from set-plays in that time too – two areas Cresswell looks poised to profit.

Roberto Firmino (6.5) now has attacking returns in each of his last two matches and now faces a Brighton side has conceded 15 chances through the middle over the last four. For context, they have given up just six on the right and 11 on the left.

Finally, Timo Werner (6.5) looks likely to benefit from Thomas Tuchel’s arrival at Chelsea and I am expecting him to get the chance to cut in from the left-hand size and cause problems for either Matt Doherty or Serge Aurier, neither of whom has looked too solid defensively this season.

TED’S GAMEWEEK 22 PICKS

Joao Cancelo (8.5) – Manchester City’s defensive record is second-to-none right now, with Pep Guardiola’s men conceding just two goals in their last 12 matches. Surely another clean sheet is on the cards against Burnley, who have had the second-fewest shots on goal in their last six fixtures. Cancelo will also need an assist to beat his points total, so it is a good thing he has the highest expected assists (xA) figure amongst defenders.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin (6.5) – The Toffees have struggled for attacking form in recent weeks but I think this is the fixture that could change that.
Leeds have been an obliging defence in the league this season, conceding 54 big chances; only West Brom have conceded more than that so far.
In Everton’s last six matches, Calvert-Lewin has under-performed significantly, with an expected goal involvement (xGI) figure of 2.11 but zero attacking returns. That suggests he could explode in Gameweek 22.

Michail Antonio (6.5) – This West Ham front man has an xGI figure of 3.96 in the last six matches, which is the highest amongst forwards and third highest among all players. He displays a good level of assist potential to accompany the goal threat so a goal and an assist is not beyond the realms of possibility, especially as he’s slightly under-performing.

Roberto Firmino (6.5) – I can’t see Brighton having much luck against a rejuvenated Liverpool side. Mané and Salah have targets of 11.5 and 12.5 respectively but Firmino’s 6.5 looks much more achievable. The Brazilian has very similar xGI stats to his forward-line partners with a figure of 3.41 in his last six compared to 3.56 for Salah and 4.46 for Mané.

Callum Hudson-Odoi (7.5) – With Tuchel’s arrival at Stamford Bridge, the Chelsea formation of old has been shaken up. It seems wing-backs are the new fashion and Hudson-Odoi has been utilised twice in a row as a right wing-back. Average positions against Burnley showed that he was the furthest forward and he actually had the best attacking stats in that match, picking up an assist for his efforts. Spurs looked a bit lacklustre without Harry Kane in their defeat to Brighton, so goals might be hard to come by. A strike of his own from Hudson-Odoi and a clean sheet point would see him beat his points target.

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313 Comments Post a Comment
  1. vincentwsho
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 2 Years
    2 months, 13 days ago

    Any news on when we will know about DGW 24 fixtures? (ManCity vs eve/sou)?

    Depending on we can find out before GW23, I may save my current FT

    1. OBAMA
      • 6 Years
      2 months, 13 days ago

      Keep checking the FPL wizards on twitter

    2. linkafu
      • 1 Year
      2 months, 13 days ago

      Look at Ben Crellin Twitter

  2. Oliver Tockman
    • 6 Years
    2 months, 13 days ago

    Start:

    A) Watkins
    B) Bamford

    1. OBAMA
      • 6 Years
      2 months, 13 days ago

      B

    2. linkafu
      • 1 Year
      2 months, 13 days ago

      B

    3. Cojones of Destiny
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      2 months, 13 days ago

      BBB

    4. Goonsquad245
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      2 months, 13 days ago

      Bench someone else?

  3. OBAMA
    • 6 Years
    2 months, 13 days ago

    start coufal or chillwell?

    Also have mitchell but seems he's lost his place?

    1. Oliver Tockman
      • 6 Years
      2 months, 13 days ago

      Chillwell. Unlikely he’ll come on if he’s benched again.

    2. linkafu
      • 1 Year
      2 months, 13 days ago

      Chillwell

  4. Captain_Shirokov
    • 2 Years
    2 months, 13 days ago

    Martinez
    Dias, Cancelo, Dallas
    Salah(c), Bruno, Son, Grealish
    DCL, Antonio, Bamford

    (Soucek, Dier, Coufal)

    Not much work needed here for next week I think. Maybe Dier out for someone considering Mourinho dropped him today? Or save FT? 2m itb.

    1. OBAMA
      • 6 Years
      2 months, 13 days ago

      save FT

    2. Boly Would
      • 4 Years
      2 months, 13 days ago

      Save the FT if you're only benching Dier anyway

    3. linkafu
      • 1 Year
      2 months, 13 days ago

      Save

    4. Captain_Shirokov
      • 2 Years
      2 months, 13 days ago

      pretty unanimous, thanks

  5. Steve The Spud
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 1 Year
    2 months, 13 days ago

    Start fabianski (avl)

    Or areola (LEI) ?

    1. OBAMA
      • 6 Years
      2 months, 13 days ago

      fab

    2. linkafu
      • 1 Year
      2 months, 13 days ago

      Fab

  6. GW21 Review
    BigManBakar
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 7 Years
    2 months, 13 days ago

    The Review: GW 21

    Hi everyone, welcome to the latest edition of “The Review” where I reflect on the happenings of GW 21 with a look ahead to GW 22:

    (Data taken from FFScout with consent)

    Before I begin, I’d also like to mention that I post about FPL on my Instagram too, so if you have an Instagram account, follow up here!

    http://instagram.com/bigmanbakar

    Q: In this section, I analyze the impact of Harry Kane’s loss on Spurs attack.

    I know the sample size is small but what’s worth noting is that Spurs have created just ∼0.48 xG in the 130 minutes of football played since Harry Kane has been injured. The eye test seems to back this up – Spurs look lethargic and out of ideas and hence it is no surprise that they haven’t created a single big chance since Kane’s injury. Son was playing more centrally and was Spurs’ most advanced player on the field v Brighton. I’m not sure that suits him though, as he seemed starved of service.

    Chelsea is another tough fixture for Spurs coming up. Granted the fixtures have been easy, but Chelsea have conceded just three shots inside the box in two games under Tuchel and have the best xGc over this spell. They are keeping an obscene amount of possession so the only outlet for Spurs could be through a potential Son counterattack. I won’t advise selling Son as he has West Brom next week who have the worst xG conceded in the league since Big Sam has taken over, but if I didn’t own him I wouldn’t be in a rush to buy him this week either. Rudiger at £4.5 is someone I have my eye on if he continues to impress. Given Tuchel’s penchant for rotation, I think it’s far too early to be investing in either of the full backs.

    Q: In this section, I discuss everything Liverpool related.

    The following numbers are quoted from my friend @adamhopcroft (on Twitter):

    Salah with Mane v without Mane 20/21

    Mins 1377 v 277

    Played 16 v 4

    Goals 9 v 6

    Assists 2 v 2

    Non pen goals 4 v 6

    Mins per goal 153 v 46

    Mins per non pen goal 344 v 46

    Not only are Salah’s underlying numbers better (both this season and historically), but Salah’s FPL points per game seems to more than double when Mane isn’t around (from 6 FPL points per game with Mane to 12.5 FPL points without Mane this season) as he tends to play more centrally and seems to cherish taking on the responsibility. If Mane is out v Brighton, then Salah is the obvious captain – particularly given that he will be less likely to get rested in that case. If Mane is available, then a Salah start could potentially be dicey given the fact that Salah has played 90 minutes three times consecutively and given Klopp’s recent comments on why he rested Firmino due to fatigue. With a game against Man City coming up, Klopp might want to preserve his star man as he has done in the past when players seem to fall into the “red zone”. It’s also worth noting that Brighton have improved defensively too, notching three clean sheets back-to-back and failing to concede even a single big chance over their past three games.

    I now scrutinize the lack of Robertson’s attacking points over the past five matches:

    Andy Robertson GW 1-16 v GW 17-21

    Mins per chance created: 50 v 50
    Mins per big chance created: 206 v 450
    Mins per touch in final third: 2.5 v 2.3

    There’s not much to separate Robertson’s underlying data in recent times when compared to his season averages. If he can improve on his quality of delivery, then the points will start rolling in again as his involvement and chance creation are still on the same level. He has been particularly unlucky given the lack of clean sheets as well – Liverpool have conceded just one big chance from open play in the past three matches yet have failed to keep a clean sheet.

    Q: In this section, I look at Bruno Fernandes’ and Rashford’s recent numbers.

    Bruno Fernandes GW 1-15 v GW 16-21

    Mins per chance created: 26 v 39
    Mins per big chance created: 113 v 208
    Mins per shot in the box: 59 v 78
    Mins per big chance: 113 v 208
    FPL points per game: 8.1 v 4.4

    As is noticeable, Bruno’s numbers have slightly fallen off which is a bit concerning for his owners as this seems to have happened over a reasonable sample size of seven games. Coincidentally, this timeframe also aligns with the introduction of Pogba into the team so the theory that Pogba seems to affect Bruno’s returns might hold some truth. Bruno is still an elite asset no doubt but I’d be a bit hesitant to captain him given his recent numbers despite the fact that Southampton have been conceding almost three big chances per game in recent weeks. Rashford’s numbers seem to have fallen off a cliff – he has registered just six shots in the box in seven games and seems to have lost all confidence in front of goal as was evident against Arsenal. I would give him one last chance against Southampton though, I think this might finally be the game where he delivers – particularly if Kyle Walker Peters is ruled out.

    Q: In this section, I talk about Everton and Newcastle.

    Newcastle created a total of nine chances (including four big chances!) against Everton this GW. Callum Wilson was at the end of each one of these four big chances, and could have had an even bigger haul had he been more clinical. Newcastle created the highest number of big chances this GW and it was only the second time that Newcastle managed to accumulate four or more big chances in a single game this season. Coincidentally, the last time this happened this season was also when Newcastle played Everton in GW 7. Given that he’s finally hit form, it only makes sense to keep Wilson now given that Newcastle now face Palace and Southampton at home in the next two – at home, Wilson tends to get more big chances too.

    Calvert Lewin had only one shot on target with no big chance involvement to his credit so his numbers were poor despite the presence of James, Richarlison and Digne. Everton have not lost and scored in each of their previous five away fixtures, so their away form coming into the Leeds fixture this GW is decent. Leeds don’t have a reliable defence, so I won’t be too surprised if Calvert Lewin notched in this one. Having said that, I see a lot of FPL managers reversing their Calvert Lewin to Bamford move this week and I wouldn’t be too opposed to that given that Calvert Lewin also has Man United away next week.

    Given the lack of Pickford’s form and the fact that Everton conceded so many big chances at home against what in general is a toothless Newcastle away attack, my advice would be to avoid Everton’s defenders for now. I expect all their four upcoming opponents (lee, mun, FUL, liv) to score against them in the coming weeks.

    Q: In this section, I talk about Leeds.

    I wrote last week as to how Leeds’ attacking numbers dropping off was a cause of concern for Bamford’s and Raphinha’s owners. Leeds put all such doubts to rest and in some style. Bamford delivered his second highest haul of the season while Raphinha was in the points too. Bamford seemed to pick up a dead leg and is expected to be fine for the midweek fixture, and so is Raphinha despite picking up a muscle injury. Keeping both if we hear no more news until the deadline seems obvious. Leeds registered the highest xG this GW, and remain top for xG of all teams in away matches this season. Selling Bamford was a mistake – and it probably needs to get rectified as soon as possible.

    Q: In this section, I discuss Man City’s assets ahead of their game v Burnley.

    Like most weeks, Man City are bookies favorites to score 2.5+ goals this GW and are the outright favorites for another clean sheet this week so there is a lot of anticipation among fantasy managers regarding the Burnley fixture – particularly given that most of their key assets were rested against Sheffield Utd and are now likely to start. Man City have scored 17 times in their previous four games v Burnley, so I think Sterling is a great shout for captaincy this week – despite the fact that he doesn’t have a great league record against Burnley as he seems to be rested against them more often than not. A quick glance through the Man City predicted lineups on the Bluemoon fan forums indicates that almost all the fans expect Stones to start, while there seemed to be a split between Laporte and Dias for the other slot. Personally, I still expect Stones to be first choice due to his stellar performances in recent times but Laporte regaining form is definitely something worth keeping an eye on.

    Q: In this section, I share how I read Leicester’s assets without Vardy.

    Leicester have accumulated only just three big chances in the absence of Vardy. Barnes has been involved in one of these three big chances while Maddison has had no involvement. Leicester assets seem to be unreliable as a source of FPL points for fantasy managers without Vardy because the spread of points is very random. Despite having scored this week, Barnes wasn’t even in the top two Leicester players for expected goal involvement (Ayoze Perez and Mark Albrighton). I’m sure Leicester will continue to score goals but it’s hard to say who will be the main source of FPL points – at the moment there is no big fish in the pond.

    Q: Is Matheus Pereira overperforming? Should he be considered as a mid-priced pick?

    Ever since he has become an automatic selection in Big Sam’s plans, Pereira has been quietly going under the radar delivering consistently at an average of 8.2 FPL points per game. He has penalties and set pieces in his locker which adds to his appeal, even though on paper he may seem to be a bit of a nothing pick as he plays for a Big Sam side.

    Pereira’s underlying numbers seem to suggest that the rate of his point scoring is unsustainable – over the past five matches, Pereira does not feature in the top 15 midfielders for non-pen xG, shots inside the box nor for key passes. His xG of 2.1 compared to his actual output of 4 goals makes him one of the most overperforming midfielders for xG over this spell too. West Brom are second worst for shots inside the box over this period, so I still think there are better options to consider than Pereira in his price range.

    Q: Are Crystal Palace assets worth investing in with the fixtures coming up?

    Palace have been in the bottom five teams in the division for both xG and xG conceded over the season so it’s understandable to see why their assets haven’t been getting too much attention from fantasy managers. Even over the past six fixtures, Palace are second from bottom for xG. Statistically over the season, Palace seem to do far better for xG and xGc away from home than at home this season. They have a league rank of 12th of xG and xGc away from home, while at home they are 18th for xG and 19th for xGc. There are question marks regarding the security of Mitchell so none of their defenders would interest me. Three of their next four fixtures (new lee BUR bha) are away from home, so Zaha might be worth a punt – even though I still think there are better options out there.

    Q: In this section, I highlight Sheffield United’s defensive improvement.

    It’s worth noting that Sheffield United despite having had tough fixtures in recent times (Spurs, Man United, Man City) are in the top six for least expected goals conceded in the past six matches. I run a comparison to compare their recent numbers with historical ones:

    GW 1-14 v GW 15-21

    Shots in the box conceded per game: 9.86 v 5.57
    Big chances conceded per game: 2.64 v 1.28
    Average xG conceded per game: 1.67 v 1.12

    The improvement is significant. Their fixtures are mixed (WBA CHE whu ful LIV) so I’m not sure if it’s worth jumping in on a defensive asset right away but it’s still something worth keeping in mind that they might not be go-to candidates for captaincy selection as they are far from whipping boys at the moment.

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    1. Steve The Spud
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      2 months, 13 days ago

      Thanks big man

    2. Boom XhakaLacaSaka
      • 1 Year
      2 months, 13 days ago

      Thanks

    3. linkafu
      • 1 Year
      2 months, 13 days ago

      Nice read as usual

    4. Atimis
      • 4 Years
      2 months, 13 days ago

      Who do you think is the best attacker to get right now? If not Barnes or Zaha, maybe Grealish or Son?

    5. Fit_to_drop
      • 1 Year
      2 months, 13 days ago

      Brilliant again. Would like is this was posted each GW in a place where we 'knew' where to go and access it if we hadnt been on the message boards. Thanks again for taking the time to post.

      1. FourLokoLeipzig
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 3 Years
        2 months, 13 days ago

        It always gets hulked, so you can go to “hot topics” as the deadline approaches each week

    6. Corgzzzz
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      2 months, 13 days ago

      Thanks big man........always appreciated.

    7. Cojones of Destiny
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      2 months, 13 days ago

      very helpful thx

    8. Maximus Bonimus Pointimus
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 11 Years
      2 months, 13 days ago

      The Salah/Mane effect continues from last season

      You could include the man utd cup tie in that sample & that bumps Salah up to 8 goals & 1 assist from play in 4 appearances without Mane this season - ridiculous

      1. Baines on Toast...
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 10 Years
        2 months, 13 days ago

        Does this factor in Palace as well? Came on for Mane and scored twice in half an hour.

    9. BigManBakar
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 7 Years
      2 months, 13 days ago

      Thank you for the appreciation guys! 🙂

  7. Karan14
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 5 Years
    2 months, 13 days ago

    Would you sell Martial for Wilson in a Draft League?

    1. Ch0udini
        2 months, 13 days ago

        Yes, Martial struggle for form whole season and looks horrible recently. Wilson points keep coming.

      • Eh, just one more thing ...
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 9 Years
        2 months, 13 days ago

        Yes

      • Kane and Ablett
          2 months, 12 days ago

          Not before Southampton 😉

      • Boom XhakaLacaSaka
        • 1 Year
        2 months, 13 days ago

        Finally time to save a free yes?

        Mccarthy
        Stones Dias Allioski
        Salah (c) Bruno Gundo Maddison Grealish
        DCL Antonio

        Button Adams Coufal Mitchell

        1. Cojones of Destiny
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 3 Years
          2 months, 13 days ago

          yep

      • Hansel
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 10 Years
        2 months, 13 days ago

        Not really happy with my McCarthy/Johnstone GK situation. Thoughts on the best move here, Martinez or Pope?

        A) Johnstone -> Martinez this gw (WHU, ARS, bri, LEI + 2 upcoming DGWs)
        B) Save FT and play Johnstone (shu), next week Johnstone -> Pope (BHA, cry, WBA + upcoming 1DGW)

        1. GreennRed
          • 9 Years
          2 months, 13 days ago

          A.

        2. Ch0udini
            2 months, 13 days ago

            Play Johnstone and sell at worse fixture than shu. Too much risk for regret selling now.

          • Boom XhakaLacaSaka
            • 1 Year
            2 months, 13 days ago

            B

          • linkafu
            • 1 Year
            2 months, 13 days ago

            B

        3. Atimis
          • 4 Years
          2 months, 13 days ago

          Who is the best attacking option up to 10.0 for the coming weeks ?

          Grealish, Zaha, Barnes, Son?

          1. Fit_to_drop
            • 1 Year
            2 months, 13 days ago

            Of those 4, I think Grealish with the fixtures.

          2. Eh, just one more thing ...
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 9 Years
            2 months, 13 days ago

            Grealish.

        4. Aster
            2 months, 13 days ago

            What are the chances of Saka playing?

            1. Cojones of Destiny
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 3 Years
              2 months, 13 days ago

              high

            2. Boom XhakaLacaSaka
              • 1 Year
              2 months, 13 days ago

              Looking like he is out

            3. ⱼₐᵣᵥᵢₛₕ
              • 6 Years
              2 months, 13 days ago

              That cleared that up then.

            4. Corgzzzz
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 5 Years
              2 months, 13 days ago

              50-50

            5. Pépé Pig
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 2 Years
              2 months, 13 days ago

              He's back in training

              1. Aster
                  2 months, 13 days ago

                  I'm confused...is he out or in training?

            6. Cojones of Destiny
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 3 Years
              2 months, 13 days ago

              current front team:
              Gundo, Son, Grealish, Bruno, Bissouma*
              DCL, Bam, Antonio

              10,9 itb , 1 ft

              would you advise Biss to Salah for free ? if yes who d get bench then?

            7. Jdpz
              • 1 Year
              2 months, 13 days ago

              Johnstone Pope
              Cancelo Dier Justin Coufal Alioski
              Bruno Salah Sterling Raphinha Soucek
              Martial Bamford Antonio

              1ft., 1.2m in the bank
              What to do? What's with Leeds players?

              1. Jdpz
                • 1 Year
                2 months, 13 days ago

                *not Martial - I have DCL

              2. Boom XhakaLacaSaka
                • 1 Year
                2 months, 13 days ago

                roll

              3. linkafu
                • 1 Year
                2 months, 13 days ago

                Dier to Rudiger

            8. linkafu
              • 1 Year
              2 months, 13 days ago

              Son to Barnes for free?

              1. Cojones of Destiny
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 3 Years
                2 months, 13 days ago

                i d keep

            9. Corgzzzz
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 5 Years
              2 months, 13 days ago

              Afternoon guys, Bench one.....

              A, Gundo.
              B, Bamford,
              C, Son

              1. linkafu
                • 1 Year
                2 months, 13 days ago

                C but Can't you bench someone else?

              2. Eh, just one more thing ...
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 9 Years
                2 months, 13 days ago

                Son.

            10. linkafu
              • 1 Year
              2 months, 13 days ago

              Bruno is pen due! I don't see a lot of pens in the last GWs

            11. Fit_to_drop
              • 1 Year
              2 months, 13 days ago

              Is -32 points in hits at this point in the season considered a lot. My OR is 600k or thereabouts. What have others taken?

              1. Fit_to_drop
                • 1 Year
                2 months, 13 days ago

                All chips in tact though.

              2. ⱼₐᵣᵥᵢₛₕ
                • 6 Years
                2 months, 13 days ago

                I've taken 40 and am at 135k with all chips remaining, but there is no wrong or right way to play otherwise everyone would play that way. You get good ranks and shite ranks from people who take lots of hits, and the same for people who take minimal hits. Plenty of ways to skin a cat.

              3. PogBruno
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 3 Years
                2 months, 13 days ago

                More than that

            12. PogBruno
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 3 Years
              2 months, 13 days ago

              Arrange these 4 for this GW plz

              1) Mitchell - NEW a
              2) Coufal - Villa a
              3) Wood - City h
              4) Brewster - SHU h

              1. Goonsquad245
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 5 Years
                2 months, 13 days ago

                3124, but they're all as bad as each other

                1. Cojones of Destiny
                  • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                  • 3 Years
                  2 months, 13 days ago

                  yep that order

              2. PogBruno
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 3 Years
                2 months, 13 days ago

                Thnx

            13. AzzaroMax99
              • 4 Years
              2 months, 13 days ago

              Start Dallas or Cresswell?

              1. Eh, just one more thing ...
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 9 Years
                2 months, 13 days ago

                That’s tough ... I’d say Cresswell edges it. Saying that, I’m starting Dallas ahead of Coufal .

            14. Aster
                2 months, 13 days ago

                Would you start Saka or Soucek?

                Afraid of Saka getting 15 mins only...

                1. AzzaroMax99
                  • 4 Years
                  2 months, 13 days ago

                  Soucek

                2. Cojones of Destiny
                  • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                  • 3 Years
                  2 months, 13 days ago

                  Lord Soucek

                  1. Aster
                      2 months, 13 days ago

                      Soucek playing Vila, Saka Wolves.

                      Why?

                3. Jellyfish
                  • 9 Years
                  2 months, 13 days ago

                  TAA or Robbo? Having sold Robbo a few weeks ago, the prospect of selling Kane is opening up considerable funds and has me considering jumping back on Pool defence. But who?. I am leaning towards TAA at this point based on recent form

                4. caldracula
                  • 5 Years
                  2 months, 13 days ago

                  Son to Salah?

                  1. Eh, just one more thing ...
                    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                    • 9 Years
                    2 months, 13 days ago

                    I did it .... then Son back in for Sterling next week.

                5. Cojones of Destiny
                  • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                  • 3 Years
                  2 months, 13 days ago

                  re-post really appreciate replies

                  current front team:
                  Gundo, Son, Grealish, Bruno, Bissouma*
                  DCL, Bam, Antonio

                  10,9 itb , 1 ft

                  would you advise Biss to Salah for free ? if yes who d get bench then?

                6. Eh, just one more thing ...
                  • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                  • 9 Years
                  2 months, 13 days ago

                  Start Gundo or DCL ?

                  1. Rahul
                    • 9 Years
                    2 months, 13 days ago

                    I would start DCL just because there is a chance Gundo can be benched but I think both have pretty much the same chance of an attacking return if they play.

                7. Rahul
                  • 9 Years
                  2 months, 13 days ago

                  Zaha or Salah? From the fixture's perspective, Zaha does edge Salah but it is salah so I am not sure.