Scout Squad

The Scout Squad’s best FPL players for Gameweek 31

The Scout Squad panel are back to champion the stand-out picks for Gameweek 31.

For those new to this feature, Fantasy Football Scout editor David, deputy editor Neale, video content manager Andy and Pro Pundit Tom each put forward an 18-man long-list of players and explain their notable inclusions and omissions below.

The assets listed will then be narrowed down to a squad of 15 (with the starting XI not exceeding a total cost of £83.0m) for the weekly Scout Picks selection ahead of the FPL deadline at 18:30 GMT on Friday.

In each writer’s squad, there are requirements for at least:

  • One goalkeeper costing £5.0m or less
  • One sub-£5.0m defender
  • One midfielder listed at £6.5m or below
  • One forward priced at £7.5m or lower

Each panelist is also restricted to no more than three players from the same team, as is the case in FPL.

We will again be adding a captaincy to the Scout Picks, with details of that revealed on Friday.

DavidNealeTomAndy
GKEdouard MendyNick PopeEdersonNick Pope
Bernd LenoBerno LenoEdouard MendyEdouard Mendy
Robert SánchezAlphonse AreolaBernd LenoBernd Leno
DFTrent Alexander-ArnoldTrent Alexander-ArnoldTrent Alexander-ArnoldTrent Alexander-Arnold
César AzpilicuetaMarcos AlonsoCésar AzpilicuetaMarcos Alonso
Luke ShawAymeric LaporteJoão CanceloCesar Azpilicueta
Matthew LowtonKurt ZoumaRob HoldingJoão Cancelo
Lucas DigneCedric SoaresMatthew LowtonRob Holding
MFMohamed SalahRaheem SterlingMohamed SalahMohamed Salah
Raheem SterlingDiogo JotaRaheem SterlingRaheem Sterling
Bruno FernandesBukayo SakaBruno FernandesPierre-Emerick Aubameyang
Diogo JotaLeandro TrossardDiogo JotaDiogo Jota
Mason MountRaphinhaBukayo SakaPedro Neto
FWChris WoodHarry KaneHarry KaneGabriel Jesus
Harry KaneKelechi IheanachoDanny IngsChris Wood
Matej VydraChris WoodJamie VardyDanny Ings
Danny WelbeckRicharlisonChris WoodHarry Kane
Kelechi IheanachoMbaye DiagneDanny WelbeckJamie Vardy

Most popular picks: Bernd Leno, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Raheem Sterling, Diogo Jota, Chris Wood, Harry Kane (four), Edouard Mendy, Cesar Azpilicueta, Mohamed Salah (three)

DAVID SAID

I personally think Chelsea’s 5-2 defeat to West Bromwich Albion was a blot on an otherwise impressive defensive copybook under Thomas Tuchel, so I have no qualms in selecting three of their players this week, including Edouard Mendy and César Azpilicueta. Over the last six matches, the Blues remain the Premier League’s best team for expected goals conceded (xGC) and, on Saturday, they face a Crystal Palace side who have registered the second-fewest shots on target during the same period.

Meanwhile, Trent Alexander-Arnold appears to be on the way back into fashion based on his recent performances. Over the last six matches, no FPL defender has played more key passes, created more big chances or recorded a higher score for expected goal involvement (xGI).

Luke Shaw is a close second on the key pass metric over the same period, while Lucas Digne ranks third. Ahead of facing a porous Newcastle outfit, Burnley right-back Matthew Lowton is joint-top with Alexander-Arnold for most big chances among defenders over the last six.

During that same period, Mohamed Salah is best among all midfielders for expected goals non-penalty (xG non-pen), which is particularly ominous considering he also takes Liverpool’s spot-kicks. I have doubled up with his colleague Diogo Jota, who always appears dangerous whether or not he starts matches for the Reds.

Selecting a Manchester City asset for Gameweek 31 was made harder by Pep Guardiola’s most recent Champions League line-up. I would love to have included Kevin De Bruyne considering his potential to expose Leeds from set pieces but I am concerned about his game-time now.

Raheem Sterling was an unused substitute against Borussia Dortmund and has started none of the last three Premier League matches. In any other team, that would be seen as cause to overlook such an expensive player, but it does suggest the England international starts against Leeds, probably on the left-hand side of a front three. Over their last six, Marcelo Bielsa’s men have conceded 20 chances down their right flank, which is more than they have allowed from the left and middle zones.

Chris Wood and Matej Vydra are two of my favourite forwards for Gameweek 31. The former has netted in each of his last three matches, while Vydra has two goals and one assist in his last four. This week, they face a Newcastle defence that has conceded at least two goals in nine of their last 13 Premier League matches.

Danny Welbeck has returned in each of his last three appearances and over the last six matches, is fourth-best in the entire Premier League for minutes per xGI.

NEALE SAID

As one of the few Manchester City players who hasn’t started a competitive match since the international break, Raheem Sterling looks well positioned for a run-out against Leeds this weekend. That’s half the battle with Pep Guardiola’s side: we know there’ll probably be a haul or two in the offing in any given Gameweek, it’s just attempting to second-guess who will be taking to the field on a week-to-week basis.

It’s not just the likelihood of starts that’s in Sterling’s favour, however, as he racked up an impressive 17 penalty box touches, five goal attempts and five key passes when these two sides met in the very open reverse fixture.

Raphinha is also included for Saturday’s game, as the City back four (or five) may well be disrupted again with one eye on next Wednesday’s return match against Borussia Dortmund. Ruben Dias never looks as settled when he’s alongside Aymeric Laporte as when he’s paired with John Stones, while I relish the prospect of Leeds’ chance-creating, trigger-happy Brazilian coming up against Benjamin Mendy (who was admittedly pretty good at Leicester) down the City left.

Just to cover all bases, I’ve actually plumped for Laporte as one of my defensive selections – although this is as much to do with his dormant goal threat and Leeds’ chronic inability to defend set plays as it is faith in City’s backline, who have conceded in each of their last four home league games.

Newcastle are another side who have a weakness in the air, which should be music to the ears of Chris Wood. I think the Magpies’ clash with Burnley will be more open than many are expecting, as Steve Bruce looks to be throwing caution to the wind (note their impressive expected goals tally of 4.03 against Spurs). With the typically profligate Joelinton up top and Callum Wilson still a doubt, the chances may not be converted into goals – and so Nick Pope could turn in one of his multi-save specials that have been in short supply of late.

I also think there could be goals at Brighton, with Everton potentially vulnerable through their injury-hit core.

Albion have been impressive from a defensive perspective of late but the Toffees’ away record is equally positive, with six wins arriving in their last eight on the road. Only an inspired Vicente Guaita stood between Richarlison and FPL attacking returns on Monday night, while no FPL asset has had more shots in the box than the Brazilian in their last six matches.

Mikel Arteta’s team selection on Thursday will likely dictate which Arsenal players make their way into the Scout Picks on the following day but after an injury-enforced three-week breather, Bukayo Saka will be champing at the bit for game-time. No Arsenal player has had more shots than the young winger in their last six appearances, while Sheffield United have the second-worst record for conceding chances from their left flank when filtered by the same criteria – let’s just hope that the versatile Saka isn’t covering for the injured Kieran Tierney at full-back.

TOM SAID…

Ederson and João Cancelo are my picks from the Manchester City defence in Gameweek 31. Predicting Pep Guardiola’s line-up is never usually a good idea but the goalkeeper should be nailed-on to start, while Cancelo’s rest last weekend means he could feature at right-back. Further forward, I’m not convinced anyone from Tuesday’s starting XI is safe, which leads me to Raheem Sterling, who makes the cut based on his recent breathers.

We could see a bit of rotation at Liverpool, too, but I’m not convinced there will be wholesale changes. Jürgen Klopp’s side are still in the hunt to qualify for the Champions League and a win against Aston Villa could see them move into fourth position before the sides around them play. Trent Alexander-Arnold and Mohamed Salah are my top picks in their respective categories, while budget option Diogo Jota is getting hard to ignore. 

Meanwhile, Arsenal look a good team for bargain hunting this week. Despite a poor showing against Liverpool last time out, their form since Boxing Day has generally been good, with the Gunners winning eight and drawing four of their last 16 Premier League games, I’ve selected Bernd Leno, Rob Holding and Bukayo Saka, but their inclusion may well hinge on how many minutes they are afforded in the Europa League on Thursday. Calum Chambers and Martin Ødegaard are equally good alternatives if rotation does become a concern, though.

Elsewhere, Chelsea duo Edouard Mendy and César Azpilicueta, plus heavy-hitters Bruno Fernandes and Harry Kane, are obviously decent options this week, so I’ll dedicate a bit more time to some of my other picks.

Burnley have been very un-Burnley like in recent matches. They have been much more creative and attacking, and take on a poor Newcastle United side on Sunday. Chris Wood has three goals in as many run-outs, while Matthew Lowton ranks joint-fifth amongst all defenders for chances created over the last six Gameweeks.

I’m also backing Danny Ings, who gets another call-up following his inclusion in Gameweek 30. Just by having him and Theo Walcott back in the starting XI last weekend, Southampton looked like a different team. It’s hard to imagine West Bromwich Albion keeping him quiet, especially as they will have to commit bodies forward in an attempt to avoid relegation.

The squad is completed by forwards Jamie Vardy and Danny Welbeck.

ANDY SAID

I did consider putting Leandro Trossard ahead of Pedro Neto in this squad but looking at recent matches, Neto is ahead across the board with six shots in the box (versus two) and eight chances created (versus three). I’m still not sure how Trossard managed two double-digit hauls recently. Fulham have conceded 5.82 expected goals (xG) in that same time period, and I don’t think they’re as watertight as many others do. 

Even with Matej Vydra starting the last six matches, I can’t put him in as my budget option ahead of Chris Wood given that the latter is absolutely nailed and on penalties. He’s also had 13 shots in his last half-dozen appearances, compared to 10 for Vydra. The Czech international is a great Wildcard enabler, but not someone I’d choose over the tried-and-tested Wood.

You could probably make a very good case to include Kelechi Iheanacho over Jamie Vardy. Over the last six matches, there isn’t much that the latter wins out on. Iheanacho has had six more shots and three more efforts in the box, he’s created four more opportunities and he’s had four more big chances – all of that in 71 fewer minutes. Vardy, however, comes with guaranteed starts and penalties, so I can’t overlook him in this case.

Only an idiot would continue to try and second-guess Pep Guardiola, and that’s exactly what I keep on doing. With another important Champions League tie to come next week, there’s going to be more rotation against Leeds, which feels like a fixture we can’t ignore. With João Cancelo missing the Leicester game, and both Gabriel Jesus and Raheem Sterling sitting out the first leg against Borussia Dortmund, they are surely near the top of the list when it comes to a start against the Whites. I can’t believe the reverse fixture ended 1-1 and feel this will be one of the highest-scoring games of the week, with whoever features in with a shout of a big FPL points total.

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612 Comments Post a Comment
  1. beetlejuice
    • 4 Years
    2 months, 14 days ago

    Would you pick TAA (Villa, Leeds) or Lacazette (Shu, Ful) for the next 2 games?

    Thanks!

    1. Crunchie
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      2 months, 14 days ago

      TAA TBH

      1. beetlejuice
        • 4 Years
        2 months, 14 days ago

        interesting!

    2. TB303
      • 4 Years
      2 months, 14 days ago

      TAA

    3. Hart-ake
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 4 Years
      2 months, 14 days ago

      Great question. I might go Laca for a 2 game punt.

    4. Lionel Ronaldo
      • 5 Years
      2 months, 14 days ago

      Laca if you can cover TAA with Phillips.

      1. beetlejuice
        • 4 Years
        2 months, 14 days ago

        Yes, plan is to move Laca and Philips to Vydra and TAA after 2 weeks

        1. Lionel Ronaldo
          • 5 Years
          2 months, 14 days ago

          Sounds good!

    5. Pep bites Kun
      • 4 Years
      2 months, 14 days ago

      Laca from those 2 with that polarity. In saying that I would much prefer to own Liv def/att rather than Arsenal for the run-in.

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

        I don't see Pool keeping CS against Villa and Leeds

        1. Pep bites Kun
          • 4 Years
          2 months, 13 days ago

          Who knows? I don't see Arsenal doing much with the current setup. I think we're talking my longer term view v your short term and that's fair enough, but whether you're on wc or not, more future transfers may mean hits. Depends on your strategy. Without wc, mine is a longer term gain v short term view. Each to their own

    6. HashAttack
      • 4 Years
      2 months, 13 days ago

      Gone for both on my WC, but I am less optimistic of Laca paying off

  2. TB303
    • 4 Years
    2 months, 14 days ago

    Salah or KDB long term?

    1. dbeck
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      2 months, 14 days ago

      mo

  3. Hart-ake
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 4 Years
    2 months, 14 days ago

    Which one to start this week:

    a) Martinez (Liv)
    b) Sanchez (Eve)

    1. Pep bites Kun
      • 4 Years
      2 months, 14 days ago

      A Marti for the save points

      Which one to start this week for me?

      A. Martinez (Liv)
      B. Forster (Wba)

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

        Forster

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

      Martinez

  4. Vovhund
    • 2 Years
    2 months, 14 days ago

    Should I go:

    A) Salah+Ihenacho or
    B) Jota+Vardy

    ?

    1. Lionel Ronaldo
      • 5 Years
      2 months, 14 days ago

      Jota-Iheanacho, upgrade elsewhere?

  5. linkafu
    • 1 Year
    2 months, 14 days ago

    Best Forward under 6 ?

    1. Lionel Ronaldo
      • 5 Years
      2 months, 14 days ago

      I like Vydra, but maybe it is too much below 6 for you, haha

    2. Malkmus
      • 9 Years
      2 months, 14 days ago

      Nacho surely?

  6. Malkmus
    • 9 Years
    2 months, 14 days ago

    So on wc I'm down to this:

    A - Dias - Rudiger
    B - Stones - Azpil

    Rest of Def is: Mendy - Shaw / Veltman / Nat P

    Ta!

    1. TB303
      • 4 Years
      2 months, 14 days ago

      A

      1. Malkmus
        • 9 Years
        2 months, 14 days ago

        Cheers

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

      A

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

        Ta

  7. TB303
    • 4 Years
    2 months, 14 days ago

    On a WC

    Thinking of keeping Gundo for this week then replace with Son next week.

    Or should I just bring in Son now against Man Utd?

    1. Crunchie
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      2 months, 14 days ago

      Ask Pep or play it safe and save a transfer

    2. TB303
      • 4 Years
      2 months, 13 days ago

      True thanks

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

      Same position - difficult to overlook Son's 18 points in the reverse fixture
      No reason to think of it as keeping Gundo - rather, we have a 1 week punt with 9.3m to spend

      I was tempted to risk Mahrez, as I have Nacho as 1st sub, but maybe it's better to play Son and roll next week's FT into gw33

  8. Eastman
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 3 Years
    2 months, 14 days ago

    WC thoughts please

    Mendy Forster
    TAA Shaw Coufal Rudiger Amartey
    Salah Jota Son Madison Lingard
    Kane Ings Vydra

    Enough itb for Son to Bruno after 32

    Thanks

    1. Crunchie
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      2 months, 14 days ago

      nothing wrong with that.

  9. Crunchie
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 3 Years
    2 months, 14 days ago

    Bottomed

    Hi all Another WC draft.

    Was set on A before Antonio injury

    Leaning towards B and Dias could well be anyone.

    C is a for a Vardy Party gamble

    A. Mendy (Forster)
    Rudiger, Shaw, *TAA, Holding, *Mitchell
    Salah, Bruno, Jota, Son, *Lingard
    Kane. Ineanacho, *Antonio

    B. Mendy (Forster)
    Rudiger, Shaw, *TAA, Holding, Dias
    Salah, Bruno, Jota, Son, *Maddison
    Kane. Ineanacho, *Davis

    C. Mendy (Forster)
    Rudiger, Shaw, *Philips Holding, Mitchell
    Salah, Bruno, Jota, Son, *Lingard
    Kane. Ineanacho, *Vardy

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

      See the thought process

      WH fixtures are decidedly mixed in the next few with a sequence of tough home fixtures and that makes losing Lingard more plausible. Might be tempted by B with Mount over Maddison here for 31/32.

      If Maddison does come back in and does dovetail with Iheanacho then there's a swap from Son to him in 33.

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

        Yes, I have been thinking about that Yes. Thank you fellow Palace fan.

        I am still deciding whether to keep Son if he does well in GW32 for GW34&35. Time will tell if he does well. Had him since GW1.

        Best ever rank by playing 3-5-2 most of the season

        Also a little concerned with Lingard without Antonio.

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

          Also looking if Zaha plays Sheff Utd, and Southampton GW35. Could be a good differential for Mount/Maddison

  10. DavvaMC
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    2 months, 14 days ago

    H Guys

    Not sure to start Neto or Wood.

    So formation could be 3-4-3 or 3-5-2

    Really not sure, would love to hear your feedback.

    Thanks

  11. pingissimus
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 2 Years
    2 months, 14 days ago

    Proud owner of 5 of the 6 players FPL stats deems most likely to drop!

    Not seeing too much wrong with Stones Watkins Bamford Raph and Son. A couple of them will be on my bench anyway. Rather fancy Stones and Watkins this week and will happily start Leeds attack next week against Liverpool.

    The joy of the differential non WC. Just hold and let people go elsewhere 🙂

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

      Have you got a WC left and delaying it, or used it already? I am loosing Leeds until the last 2 to 3 GW's just playing the fixtures

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

        Noooo

        Story of my season is not just blowing WCs but using them to sabotage my rank. Could lose Bamford for Iheanacho this week as a minus 4. Little to lose and historically hit happy so may do it now Lingard looks much less of a good thing.

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

          🙁 FWIW I think Iheanacho will hold his spot, people who are saying no, are not picking him and are a little scared he may haul, bit like i am with Vardy

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

            Agree I think re Iheanacho

            Had a check of Vardy returns since midway through last season and they're very moderate (10 goals from open play in 36 starts) and he's reliant on pens. I don't see Rodgers dropping someone who's banging in goals just to accommodate Vardy as sole striker. When/if Barnes is back the equation will be more awkward.

            There's also that thing of picking someone with a fixture in 33 🙂

    2. Big Hands Barry
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      2 months, 13 days ago

      Only a few weeks left wouldnt worry about a few 0.1s

  12. tabby98
    • 5 Years
    2 months, 14 days ago

    Thoughts on this WC team?

    Mendy, Forster
    Rudiger, TAA, Coady, Holding, Amartey
    Salah, Son, Bruno, Lingard, Jota
    Kane, Nacho, Davis

    £0.0 itb

    What would you change?

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

      Not a lot with the money you have. G2G

    2. TB303
      • 4 Years
      2 months, 13 days ago

      Have a tried a non-TAA version?

  13. only2
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 8 Years
    2 months, 13 days ago

    Holding or Phillips? Who is more secured?

    1. Starskyb
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      2 months, 13 days ago

      I feel Phillips is as Holding only plays while Luiz is injured.

      But that means for me Phillips taking up a Liverpool spot I would rather use in attack so I may go Holding.

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

      Phillips

  14. TB303
    • 4 Years
    2 months, 13 days ago

    Please can you review my WC? My TAA version was destroying my team!

    Vydra will need to shift in 3-4 weeks

    1m itb

    Martínez-Forster

    Ward- Shaw- Rüdiger- Dias- Phillips

    Son - Salah- Lingard- Fernandes- Jota

    Iheanacho- Kane- Vydra

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

      Dias to TAA, and Vydra to Davis would be a fine playing 11. Is Martinez at a discount?

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

    Coady or Shaw?

    1. TB303
      • 4 Years
      2 months, 13 days ago

      Shaw

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

      Shaw

  16. Assist me a river
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 4 Years
    2 months, 13 days ago

    A bit lost, would love som help! Please rate: 1 to 10

    Mendy
    Castagne - Dias - Rudiger
    Salah - Lingard - Bruno- Jota - Son
    Iheanacho - Kane

    Bench: Forester, Phillips, Coady, Vydra

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

      7. Castange to Fofana ,Dias to TAA Philips to Holding. Are you ever going to start Coady or Vydra?

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

    Neto or Gundogan?

    1. STONEROSES
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 7 Years
      2 months, 13 days ago

      You’ll get more guaranteed mins outta Neto

  18. Riggs
    • 2 Years
    2 months, 13 days ago

    What do you think about this WC Draft 31 + BB GW 32?
    Mendy Forster
    Coady Rudiger Philips Shaw Coufal (Coufal is here only for BB 32 - nailed on and good gw)
    Salah Bruno Son Jota Lingard
    DCL Kane Iheanacho

    After BB with two transfers will try to get TAA. I think it will be easier than having TAA and after BB trying to get Salah.

    1. STONEROSES
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 7 Years
      2 months, 13 days ago

      Yep, strong team and transfers

  19. Diro
      2 months, 13 days ago

      Hi Mate,

      Would you keep Gundo or Raphinha ?

      I want to bring Jota and have to choose between these two.

      Cheers,

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

        Gundo

    • STONEROSES
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 7 Years
      2 months, 13 days ago

      Pretty sure this is my finished WC - decent?
      I’m 18K and clear in my ML hence fairly template

      Mendy Forster
      Rudiger TAA Shaw Coady Holding
      Lingard Jota Salah Bruno Son
      Davies Ihenacho Kane

    • linkafu
      • 1 Year
      2 months, 13 days ago

      On WC

      A Coady Ihenacho
      B Holding Bamford

      1. STONEROSES
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 7 Years
        2 months, 13 days ago

        A

      2. RamaJama
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 8 Years
        2 months, 13 days ago

        B

    • linkafu
      • 1 Year
      2 months, 13 days ago

      Choose 1 On WC

      A Lingard
      B Gundo
      C Neto
      D Soucek

      1. STONEROSES
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 7 Years
        2 months, 13 days ago

        A

      2. RamaJama
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 8 Years
        2 months, 13 days ago

        A

    • DonBenzema
        2 months, 13 days ago

        Which option is the best?

        A) Watkins -> Iheanacho
        B) Struijk -> Phillips
        C) KDB -> Salah

        1. ow00019
          • 5 Years
          2 months, 13 days ago

          Salah(c)

      • ow00019
        • 5 Years
        2 months, 13 days ago

        Surprised nobody mentioning Cedric. Not nailed?

      • jdp219
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        2 months, 13 days ago

        Current WC draft and *potential* plans. Thoughts appreciated.

        Mendy, Forster
        TAA, Rudiger, Coufal, Holding, Struijk
        Bruno, Lingard, Salah, Son, Jota
        Kane, Vydra, Iheanacho

        gw32: Save
        gw33: Son, Struijk > Maddison, form defender(?)
        gw35: Mendy > Meslier or Fabs
        Play BB in gw36 or 37

      • Zenith UK
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        2 months, 13 days ago

        Thoughts please?

        Martinez, McGill
        Dias, Cancelo, Cresswell, Kona, Struijk
        Bruno, Son, Lingard, Raphina, Soucek
        Kane, Calvert-Lewin, Bamford

        Raphina & Bamford > Salah & Davis (0.9 left ITB) for free?
        Could also do Soucek to Pereira for a -4 on top of the top two

        1. Zenith UK
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 4 Years
          2 months, 13 days ago

          Alternatively I can go for Jota & Vardy with 0.5 ITB (for free)

          1. Feed tha Sheep
            • 8 Years
            2 months, 13 days ago

            Jota and Vardy seems good to ne

      • jaywills
        • 5 Years
        2 months, 13 days ago

        Currently on Mane over Salah on a wildcard.
        Is this mad?

        1. BaleKaneSon
            2 months, 13 days ago

            Yes I think so he hasn’t been that good at all

          • Feed tha Sheep
            • 8 Years
            2 months, 13 days ago

            Yes

        2. BaleKaneSon
            2 months, 13 days ago

            Cannot make a decision because I’ve found this so hard? Salah or Jota? Keep KDB or Gundo? Anyone done the same or thoughts on going a -4 for

            A) Gundo and Watkins for (c)Jota and Ihenacho
            B) KDB and Watkins for (c) Salah and Ihenacho

          • Feed tha Sheep
            • 8 Years
            2 months, 13 days ago

            Has Dan Burn completely lost his sport in Brighton team?

            1. Feed tha Sheep
              • 8 Years
              2 months, 13 days ago

              Spot*

          • GS456
            • 5 Years
            2 months, 13 days ago

            Vardy or Iheanacho??