Gameweek Guide

The Complete Guide to Scout’s tips and advice for Gameweek 30

FPL is back after its international hiatus with the little controversy of another Double Gameweek announcement – Tottenham Hotspur will play twice in Gameweek 32.

As well as covering the usual captain dilemmas and some tasty one-week punts, the Guide to Gameweek 30 will look at how this affects our plans: what should we do with Gareth Bale (£9.6m) and could a “popular pasta dish” be on the menu?

We have a Saturday deadline this week and you have until 11:00 BST deadline to make any last-minute changes to your side. 

Effective Kane

Harry Kane (£11.6m) is set to be the popular armband pick against relegation-battling Newcastle United. 

Kane created four chances, had four big chances, [and] get this – shots inside the box: eight, shots on target: six – these are prime Kane stats.

– Joe, Captaincy Video

His impressive form over the last four matches led Joe to describe the England captain as the sensible choice. But is he the best choice?

Son Heung-min (£9.4m) looks set to recover from a bout of “international-itis” and could exploit a known weakness in Newcastle’s right flank. Joe and Pro Pundit Tom Freeman both highlighted the opportunity for the South Korean.

Tom noted that a switch to a back four at the end of January has seen the Magpies concede more chances down their right than any other team.

A vulnerability that fits neatly with Son’s shot heatmap this season. 

Above: Son Heung-min’s 2020/21 shot heatmap

And could adventurous left-back Sergio Reguilón (£5.5m) be another Spurs player to benefit from this area of susceptibility?

Penne for your thoughts

Speaking on the Scoutcast, Chris (aka el Fozzie) was not particularly impressed, pronouncing Reguilón’s name like a “popular pasta dish” (well it was dinner time), but Spurs aficionado Sam pointed to some encouraging stats for the former Real Madrid defender:

Reguilón has registered 17 attempts on goal so far this season … he is also top for successful crosses from open play among Mourinho’s squad.

– Sam

While the Spaniard might be a step too Farfalle for some, not so for Ted, who added Reguilón to his plate of Spurs players ahead of Gameweek 29. 

However, the graphic-creating manager found himself umming and ahhing about another of his new recruits, Gareth Bale.

Bale out

Following a no-show in Gameweek 29, the Welshman’s subsequent comments weren’t great news for owners and Spurs fans alike. Season ticket-holder Sam felt that “they don’t hint at a player who is here for the benefit of the club and its supporters.” 

Concerns over his game time make Bale a “wait and see” for high-flying Pro Pundit Andy. While Sam summarised the impact that Blank Gameweek 33 could have Mourinho’s team selection in her latest article:

Spurs will have both eyes firmly on the League Cup final against Man City, as it is now their only opportunity to bring silverware back to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium this season. This could also have a big impact on the teams that Spurs set out in Double Gameweek 32, as the Southampton match falls just days before the trip to Wembley.

– Sam

For Andy, the other issue with the blank in Gameweek 33 is that managers could potentially have a lot of money sitting on their bench in the form of Kane, Son and any Manchester City players. 

I would argue that there’s a case to just stick with a couple of Spurs players for the double.

– Andy

But with Spurs facing Sheffield United and Leeds United after the blank, benching our Lilywhites and selling Man City players could be the better ploy.

Slam Dunk

Indeed, Portuguese FPL machine, no not Bruno Fernandes (£11.5m) but Hall of Fame No 1, Fábio Borges, sold Cancelo (£6.1m) for a hit ahead of Gameweek 29.

When revealing his analytical decision-making process, the former poker professional explained how he set aside bias and gut feeling as he methodically worked out if Lewis Dunk (£5.0m) was worth buying for a minus four.

A six-point return would suggest that he was.

But even if [Dunk] blanked”, reasoned Fábio, “I would be happy with my decision of taking a hit, knowing that if I keep making transfers with a positive expected value in the future, it will work out more times than not.”

Echoing words from his interview last year:

Just because someone blanked twice in a row, it doesn’t necessarily mean that he is suddenly a bad pick and the same applies to poker – just because you lost one hand, it doesn’t mean that you played it poorly.

I think that being able to distance myself from the short-term results is one of my biggest strengths in FPL and poker played a huge part in that.

– Fábio Borges

Lateriser, when discussing identity in Fantasy Premier League, endorsed Fábio’s approach:

I have generally found the good managers are the ones that are not affected by the results but focus on the process. Temperament is an incredibly underrated thing in FPL.

– Lateriser

Another manager who has displayed an admirable temperament this season is Fábio’s closest rival at the top of our elite ranking system, Tom Stephenson.

Late Riser

As Greyhead noted when exploding the myth that a good start is crucial, the Hall of Fame No 2 was at the three million mark in Gameweek 3 but has risen to 4,261 – on track for a fifth top six thousand finish in six years.

Tom was Joe’s latest Meet the Manager guest during the IB and, like Fábio, plans to play his Wildcard in Gameweek 31. (Note that the interview was recorded before the Double Gameweek 32 announcement, so Tom included just Kane from Spurs.)

Aside from a good temperament, a further similarity Tom shares with Fábio is placing importance on ‘expected minutes’. For this reason he was reluctant to add Kevin De Bruyne (£11.9m) to his Wildcard squad:

I’m a little bit resentful about having to pay [nearly] 12 million and not know whether a player who I’d probably captain as well … is going to start.

– Tom Stephenson

The possible exception to this rule are one-week punts.

For those planning to play their Wildcard in Gameweek 31, Gameweek 30 presents just such an opportunity, with Tom among those considering a potentially rewarding move for Marcos Alonso (£5.7m).

The Spaniard, who was rested over the IB, is Tom Freeman’s top differential for the upcoming round of fixtures.

…When used correctly as a wing-back he has real quality, something Tuchel has recognised. Since Gameweek 21, when Alonso made a return to Chelsea’s starting XI in a 3-4-3 system, he has taken 13 shots. No defender can match that total during that period, despite limited minutes.

– Tom Freeman

But as Chelsea embark on a lovely run, bringing in at least one of Edouard Mendy (£5.2m), César Azpilicueta (£5.8m) or Antonio Rüdiger (£4.7m) is more of a priority for those thinking long-term.

And while the two Toms and Sam are plotting moves for their first Blues defender, Andy is considering a double-up. With Rüdiger already part of his XV man squad, the popular Pro Pundit is looking to add Mendy in goal. Two could be the magic number:

I’d provide a word of caution on the triple-up, though. While it looks good for the next few weeks, and I’m sure it’s something that Gameweek 31 Wildcarders will consider, you also need to think ahead about how to get out of it when the fixtures turn in Gameweek 35.

– Andy

In addition to Alonso, who Jan considers Chelsea’s best captain option in Gameweek 30, Joe threw Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s (£7.6m) name into the hat for one-week punts. The Everton forward has scored the most headed goals this season, while Crystal Palace have conceded the most headed chances.

Playing with FPL Fire

Jan went against the grain in the latest edition of Captain Sensible. The double-points maestro did acknowledge, however, that Kane is a reliable pick:

While this might not be a truly high-scoring and convincing win by Mourinho’s men given Newcastle’s defence-first approach, it is difficult to suggest Kane is unlikely to get an attacking return.

– Jan

But he feels that Leeds United have a better opportunity.

Over the last six matches, no team has conceded more shots on target than Sheffield United.

– Jan

Raphinha (£5.7m) and Patrick Bamford (£6.7m) are therefore Jan’s first and second choices for the armband:

It is Leeds midfielder Raphinha who emerges as my top captaincy pick for Gameweek 30. The tricky winger tops the creativity charts for midfielders and is a constant goal threat too.

– Jan

An opinion backed up by Ted on the Scoutcast, who confessed he would probably captain Raphinha if he had the guts.

But bravery might not be the only factor at play when deciding who to trust with the armband – effective ownership (EO) could play a part too.

There is no doubt in order to make serious ground, you need to bet against the template.

– Zophar

Zophar succinctly encapsulated the predicament facing many managers. 

And there could be real rewards for being different and going against the crowd. When charting the finer points of EO, Az cited a thread by FPL Swede, who revealed that only five times in 29 Gameweeks had the most captained option been the highest-scoring player among the main runners and riders for the armband.

But knowing when to stick and when to twist is undoubtedly the key.

To illustrate his point, Az used two examples of his FPL Black Box co-host, Mark, paying attention to EO. The first was owning Timo Werner (£9.2m) in Gameweek 1, when Mark was protecting himself against the sizable ownership and unknown quantity the German presented. 

The other was when he captained Raphinha over Bamford in Gameweek 25 and exploited the Brazilian’s status as a differential against Bamford’s big EO.

Don’t throw the baby out with the bath water

But don’t sell good assets just for the sake of differentiating, cautioned Zophar, “calculated risks are the key to ‘upside chasing’”. 

The seven-time top eight thousand finisher looked ahead to the fixture swing in Gameweek 31, identifying the teams and players to target.

As former FPL winner Simon March counselled, fixtures, and their difficulty, are likely to have a significant influence on how players perform in the future. They can help us avoid the feeling that our new transfer has waited for us to fully buy into them before suddenly becoming useless.

So it was perhaps slightly surprising to find that Leeds pair Raphinha and Bamford were both included in Zophar’s selection, despite facing Manchester City, Liverpool, and Man United before Gameweek 34. 

But Tom Stephenson agreed, including Raphinha in his Wildcard draft. Planning ahead, Tom noted that Leeds finish the season very well. 

Also featuring in Zophar’s shortlist were Liverpool trio Mohamed Salah (£12.4m), Diogo Jota (£6.7m) and Trent Alexander-Arnold (£7.3m). The FPL Wire co-host reasoned that the return of Fabinho (£5.4m) to midfield boosts the prospects for the attacking full-back.

And Wolves offered a few names for consideration.

All four of Zophar, Neale, Andy, and Tom Freeman picked out Conor Coady (£4.8m).

No defender has been afforded more big chances (three) than the Liverpool Academy product over the last six matches. And the return of Willy Boly (£5.4m) could help remedy Wolves’ vulnerability in the air.

During his in-depth look at Nuno Espírito Santo’s team, Neale highlighted that “goalscoring remains an ongoing issue: seven goals in their last 10 top-flight matches is this shot-shy season in microcosm.

But Pedro Neto (£5.7m) presents the best attacking option for those tempted:

The Portuguese winger is top or joint-top among his teammates for the following metrics: shots on goal, shots in the box, efforts on target, big chances, penalty box touches, successful crosses, chances created and big chances created.

– Neale

Neto is included in Tom’s Gameweek 31 Wildcard draft.

Community Competitions and Head-to-Head Fixtures

Neale reviewed the latest results in the FFS Open Cup and Members Cup.

There will be a new name on both trophies this season as the two remaining former winners, Lokomotiv and Pep Pig, were eliminated in Gameweek 29.

While the David vs Goliath clash of the lowest-ranked manager against the highest, came down to ‘rank difference’ as 415th-placed The Fighting Cock benefited from his lofty perch to overcome Jonathan Ojao following a 45-all tie.

The battling rooster takes on stonerrocks in round five of the Open Cup.

There are six rounds to go in both cups and the finals are set to take place in Gameweek 35.

Elsewhere, RedLightning brought us his usual round-up of the latest Community mini-leagues and competitions.

Phil Olorenshaw is enjoying an excellent campaign, leading four of our featured mini-leagues, while in Head-to-Head League 1 last season’s sixth-placed finisher Aleksander Våge Nilsen has a narrow three-points advantage over Ville Tuominen

The Head-to-Head fixtures for Gameweek 30 can be found below. 

The scores and tables are now updating every night on the Head-to-Head Leagues main page so you can keep track of the action as the Gameweek unfolds. 

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1,781 Comments Post a Comment
  1. Hazz
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 4 Years
    5 months, 20 days ago

    https://twitter.com/insider_fpl/status/1378294192196218882?s=19

    [2021-04-03] [WOL] Raul Jimenez has transferred IN their own teammate Jiménez! Davis)
    [Transfers:2] #FPL #GW30

    1. Hy liverpool
      • 7 Years
      5 months, 20 days ago

      Jimmmmmy.. We missed him.

    2. pingissimus
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      5 months, 20 days ago

      Gulp

  2. I'M VARANE GRATEFUL
    • 4 Years
    5 months, 20 days ago

    Rudiger cheapskates getting burned.

    1. TheBiffas
      5 months, 20 days ago

      Comedian

    2. La Roja
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      5 months, 20 days ago

      it was only a matter of time as Thiago is back

      1. Hazz
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        5 months, 20 days ago

        Silva plays as the central CB.
        Rudiger plays LCB.

    3. King Kun Ta
      • 6 Years
      5 months, 20 days ago

      Van der Vaart quote after watching Germany loose in their last match: “Rudiger, i must be honest....He sucks! It’s a wonder he came this far with his ‘qualities’.”

      1. King Kun Ta
        • 6 Years
        5 months, 20 days ago

        Most of the time when he’s on the pitch....i agree with Rafeal!

  3. Wild Guus Chase
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 9 Years
    5 months, 20 days ago

    Predicted team for Chelsea spot on apart from Rudiger

    1. KAPTAIN KANE
      • 4 Years
      5 months, 20 days ago

      The only one I have lol

    2. Skonto Rigga
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • Has Moderation Rights
      • 4 Years
      5 months, 20 days ago

      I was thrown by Tuchel saying Zouma arrived back in the early hours after playing in Bosnia!

      1. Wild Guus Chase
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 9 Years
        5 months, 20 days ago

        I would have been too tbf. Great work nonetheless Neale!

  4. pingissimus
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 2 Years
    5 months, 20 days ago

    Slightly disappointed Kepa wasn't preferred but I'll take a 1-0 with Jorg pen

  5. Shark Team
    • 4 Years
    5 months, 20 days ago

    Alonso lost his place Vs WBA. Time to do the same here

  6. Jordan.
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 11 Years
    5 months, 20 days ago

    rudiger and mount after a 2 week wait ,rotation is so so crap for fantasy football

    1. TomSaints
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      5 months, 20 days ago

      That sucks =[

      I can see mount coming on and scoring though

  7. Gudjohnsen
    • 4 Years
    5 months, 20 days ago

    Mount, Havertz and Rudiger all benched.

    Should have just stayed away from Chelsea.

    1. Jon Walter's Hatty
      • 7 Years
      5 months, 20 days ago

      Nobody could foresse the anount of international mins they would get

      1. Jon Walter's Hatty
        • 7 Years
        5 months, 20 days ago

        Foresee

    2. gooberman
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      5 months, 20 days ago

      I genuinely think the rotation in that team is worse than City.

  8. Jon Walter's Hatty
    • 7 Years
    5 months, 20 days ago

    Twitter itdk’s

  9. I'M VARANE GRATEFUL
    • 4 Years
    5 months, 20 days ago

    https://www.fantasyfootballscout.co.uk/comment/23634790

    Rudiger benched like I anticipated last night. Cheapskates getting crooked.

    1. KAPTAIN KANE
      • 4 Years
      5 months, 20 days ago

      4.7 is expensive for my defense

    2. TheBiffas
      5 months, 20 days ago

      Anyone ever told u how funny u are

    3. Old Bull
      • 8 Years
      5 months, 20 days ago

      Not that I bought him, but being a cheapskate is an integral part of FF

  10. Rupert The Horse
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 8 Years
    5 months, 20 days ago

    Updated

  11. Thomas Magnum
    • 5 Years
    5 months, 20 days ago

    GW31 wild carders may have hit some luck if Jiminez may possibly be back soon ahead of those fixtures

    1. pingissimus
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      5 months, 20 days ago

      I imagine it's a bit like Kun coming back from injury sadly

    2. I'M VARANE GRATEFUL
      • 4 Years
      5 months, 20 days ago

      Fool's gold Jimmy. Owned him at the beginning of the season and was partly the reason why I was stuck outside top 1 million for so long. His injury corresponded with my OR soaring. Bamford, DCL better options at prices lower than his.

      1. pingissimus
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 2 Years
        5 months, 20 days ago

        Doubt that mate

        He had 42 points from the first 9 weeks

  12. lewis274
    5 months, 20 days ago

    i got rudiger in for a hit, wooooow - game is so bad

  13. Mr. O'Connell
    • 9 Years
    5 months, 20 days ago

    Guy towards top of my ML has copied FPL Generals wildcard player for player. Bench order and all.

    1. KAPTAIN KANE
      • 4 Years
      5 months, 20 days ago

      Weird ain’t it, how can someone get enjoyment by copying someone else

      1. Mr. O'Connell
        • 9 Years
        5 months, 20 days ago

        Saddest part is paying for patreon tbh

        1. KAPTAIN KANE
          • 4 Years
          5 months, 20 days ago

          Going to start my own if I finish top 1k

    2. POKE JOHN BALLS THE SECOND
      • 5 Years
      5 months, 20 days ago

      Pls how do you do that? I mean, copy someone’s team. Just asking for a friend

  14. KAPTAIN KANE
    • 4 Years
    5 months, 20 days ago

    Looks like I’ll be getting Cafu’s mega haul off the bench for Rudiger then

  15. S.Kuqi
    • 8 Years
    5 months, 20 days ago

    Got adviced here not to bring Rudiger in for hit. Didn't listen.

    On bright side. Would have got him in next gw anyway

  16. TomSaints
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 3 Years
    5 months, 20 days ago

    Was undecided on Chillwell or Alonso so went azpi and resisted a hit for mount.

    Wish I had Alonso but happy overall

  17. Milkman Bruno
    5 months, 20 days ago

    Don’t even mind Rudiger being benched once no cameo

    1. Tango74
      • 1 Year
      5 months, 20 days ago

      Why no cameo , what’s happens if one of other 11 starters don’t start or play ??

      1. Milkman Bruno
        5 months, 20 days ago

        Because a cameo for him is a one pointer and all 3 of my bench have a decent chance of returns

  18. mrodgers91
    • 3 Years
    5 months, 20 days ago

    Feels good to be back. That feeling will probably last about an hour when wba score early

    1. Jon Walter's Hatty
      • 7 Years
      5 months, 20 days ago

      Yep last time I had Chelsea defenders at home Sheff U scored after 5 mins

  19. Deulofail
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 5 Years
    5 months, 20 days ago

    Pick the winner

    A: Ederson + Dallas + Azpi + Raphinha + Raphinha + KDB + Bamford + Watkins

    B: Martinez + Targett + Stones + TAA + Minamino + Fernandes + Richarlison + Kane

    1. Deulofail
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      5 months, 20 days ago

      If no stones, then Cancelo
      If no Cancelo, then Gundo

    2. JBG
      • 3 Years
      5 months, 20 days ago

      A cause double Raphinha points.

      1. Milkman Bruno
        5 months, 20 days ago

        2+2 =4 I’m sure that’s not going to have a huge effect 😉

        1. Deulofail
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 5 Years
          5 months, 20 days ago

          Thanks for this Milkman!

  20. Super Saints
    • 5 Years
    5 months, 20 days ago

    Who would you say are the most important players on a WC?

    1. KAPTAIN KANE
      • 4 Years
      5 months, 20 days ago

      KdB
      Kane
      Son
      Bamford
      Jota
      Grealish
      DCL
      Keane (Everton)

      1. KAPTAIN KANE
        • 4 Years
        5 months, 20 days ago

        Dallas in there too actually

        1. Wild Guus Chase
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 9 Years
          5 months, 20 days ago

          Jota has to be playing regularly for me to even consider him. Form wise absolutely. Firmino being back muddies the waters.

    2. The Knights Template
      • 7 Years
      5 months, 20 days ago

      All the template players.

    3. TomSaints
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      5 months, 20 days ago

      Depends on rank. Big fixture swings so if you’re chasing there’s opportunity to go a different route (e.g 2x or 3x Chelsea defence) and back Liverpool / wolves. Move away from city.

      Equally lots of the usual big hitters that are safe choices to protect rank

    4. Nomar
      • 11 Years
      5 months, 20 days ago

      Annoyingly enough, since I still have my 2nd WC and free hit left, it’s probably most of the ones I already have. Mendy, Shaw, Kane, Son, Bruno, Salah, Bamford?

  21. For Fuchs Sake
    • 11 Years
    5 months, 20 days ago

    Anyone hit the WC button yet?

    1. Jon Walter's Hatty
      • 7 Years
      5 months, 20 days ago

      Yeah 10 weeks ago

      1. For Fuchs Sake
        • 11 Years
        5 months, 20 days ago

        ha ha any regrets?

        1. Milkman Bruno
          5 months, 20 days ago

          10weeks of them

        2. Jon Walter's Hatty
          • 7 Years
          5 months, 20 days ago

          Je ne regret rien!

    2. The 12th Man
      • 8 Years
      5 months, 20 days ago

      Yeh. GW30

      1. King Kun Ta
        • 6 Years
        5 months, 20 days ago

        +1 too many doubts for gametime.....Bale, Gündogan, Cancelo, Holding & Jota.

    3. Nomar
      • 11 Years
      5 months, 20 days ago

      No

    4. KUNingas
      • 5 Years
      5 months, 20 days ago

      Might do it now

  22. JonSnow
    • 4 Years
    5 months, 20 days ago

    Let's go Alonso punt, an assist or two would be nice.

  23. TheDragon
    • 3 Years
    5 months, 20 days ago

    Expectations: Alonso hattrick in a 3-0 win

    Reality: 1-0 Sheff Utd

    1. Jon Walter's Hatty
      • 7 Years
      5 months, 20 days ago

      Dallas owners fuming

    2. For Fuchs Sake
      • 11 Years
      5 months, 20 days ago

      But they're playing WBA?

      1. TheDragon
        • 3 Years
        5 months, 20 days ago

        Haha - my bad it’s been a long week

        I own Dallas too so no doubt that’ll happen also

  24. gooberman
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 9 Years
    5 months, 20 days ago

    So after all the talk on Alonso by numerous content creators, twitter and podcasts etc, it seems that not many actually went ahead and picked him as he is still only 3% owned. I think he was 2.6% last week.

    1. TheDragon
      • 3 Years
      5 months, 20 days ago

      He is a 1 week pick so only can be picked by people wildcarding in 31

      1. gooberman
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 9 Years
        5 months, 20 days ago

        Im wildcarding GW31 and will probably keep him and have a strong bench to cover the games he doesnt play.

  25. THFC4LIFE
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 4 Years
    5 months, 20 days ago

    Havertz in for a hit on BB going well lol.....

  26. JBG
    • 3 Years
    5 months, 20 days ago

    0-0 is my preferred result here.

    1. JJO
      • 9 Years
      5 months, 20 days ago

      1-1 for me 🙂

  27. Steve The Spud
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 1 Year
    5 months, 20 days ago

    Havertz wagon fires up it’s engine and revs hard before stalling suddenly and never getting out the station, no refund for passengers

    1. Jon Walter's Hatty
      • 7 Years
      5 months, 20 days ago

      Dont expect that from German engineering

  28. 4Rsenal_1886
    • 5 Years
    5 months, 20 days ago

    Mendy or Azpi on WC coverage for Chelsea Defence

    1. pingissimus
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      5 months, 20 days ago

      Thiago?

      He's perhaps the defender who has best chance of double returns if you avoid Alonso

      1. 4Rsenal_1886
        • 5 Years
        5 months, 20 days ago

        Yeah good shout, think I’ll probs go for Mendy though

  29. camarozz
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 7 Years
    5 months, 20 days ago

    F#&K!!!

    Rudiger + Havertz benched.

    1. Kiwivillan
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 7 Years
      5 months, 20 days ago

      I did 1 trade Bale>Havertz FML knew this would happen

  30. Jon Walter's Hatty
    • 7 Years
    5 months, 20 days ago

    Surely surely surely its Werner time today