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The Scout Squad’s best FPL players for Double Gameweek 32

The Scout Squad panel are back to champion the stand-out picks for Gameweek 32, which happens to be a ‘double’ for Tottenham Hotspur – so there is no surprise that three of our four writers have opted for a triple-up on the Lilywhites, despite their patchy form.

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
GKBernd LenoHugo LlorisHugo LlorisRui Patrício
Edouard MendyEdouard MendyEdouard MendyBernd Leno
Robert SanchezBernd LenoBernd LenoKasper Schmeichel
DFTrent Alexander-ArnoldLuke ShawLuke ShawSergio Reguilón
Conor CoadyWilly BolyConor CoadyTrent Alexander-Arnold
Cesar AzpilicuetaTrent Alexander-ArnoldTrent Alexander-ArnoldLuke Shaw
Luke ShawCalum ChambersRicardo PereiraCésar Azpilicueta
Rob HoldingArthur MasuakuCalum ChambersConor Coady
MFSon Heung-minSon Heung-minSon Heung-minMohamed Salah
Jesse LingardBruno FernandesMohamed SalahDiogo Jota
Mohamed SalahMohamed SalahBruno FernandesSon Heung-min
Bruno FernandesJesse LingardMason GreenwoodKevin De Bruyne
Adama TraoréGabriel MartinelliJesse LingardJesse Lingard
FWHarry KaneHarry KaneHarry KaneHarry Kane
Kelechi IheanachoKelechi IheanachoKelechi IheanachoJamie Vardy
Alexandre LacazetteRicharlisonAlexandre LacazetteKelechi Iheanacho
Gabriel JesusCallum WilsonDominic Calvert-LewinAlexandre Lacazette
Chris WoodEdinson CavaniCallum WilsonEdinson Cavani


Most popular picks: Bernd Leno, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Luke Shaw, Son Heung-min, Mohamed Salah, Jesse Lingard, Harry Kane, Kelechi Iheanacho (four), Edouard Mendy, Conor Coady, Bruno Fernandes, Alexandre Lacazette (three)

DAVID SAID

After a Gameweek 31 clean sheet against Sheffield United, I think we can trust Arsenal for more defensive returns this time out, which is why I have included Bernd Leno and Rob Holding in my latest selection.

Over their last six home matches, the Gunners rank joint-sixth for the fewest goals conceded while Fulham have blanked in four of their past seven Premier League outings.

Despite going back-to-back games without a shut-out, I still believe there are clean sheets to be had from Chelsea as they remain best in the division for expected goals conceded over the last six matches. As ever, Edouard Mendy and César Azpilicueta are the most nailed-on options to capitalise on that.

Trent Alexander-Arnold has rediscovered his Fantasy form with 44 points across his last six matches and back-to-back double-digit hauls in Gameweeks 30 and 31. I think he can sustain that against Leeds considering that, over those six matches, no FPL defender has matched Liverpool’s right-back for key passes or big chances created.

Ahead of facing Burnley, Luke Shaw remains in the top five defenders for key passes over the same period.

Meanwhile, Conor Coady is the most nailed-on Wolves defender as they prepare to host a Sheffield United outfit that has scored seven away goals in 15 attempts this season.

Son Heung-min remains top of the Premier League for big chances created over the last six matches, so his two matches against a porous Southampton backline and unreliable Everton defence make him a solid option.

Jesse Lingard should continue his impressive form against a Newcastle outfit that has conceded at least two goals in nine of their last 14 Premier League outings. Just two players in the whole division have registered more shots on target than the West Ham midfielder across his last six matches. He also ranks inside the league’s top five for shots in the box and big chances over the same period, strongly hinting that his form is sustainable.

Mohamed Salah now has goals in back-to-back league games and sits top of the division for shots in the box over his last six matches, so I am backing him to get something against Leeds on Monday night.

Harry KaneChris Wood and Kelechi Iheanacho are among my favourite forwards for Double Gameweek 32. They join Lingard inside the Premier League’s best assets for most shots on target over the last six.

NEALE SAID

For those Fantasy bosses who like to have every morsel of information at their disposal before making transfer plans, Gameweek 32 is a bit of a nightmare.

With the matches so spread out over the coming week, a maximum of just 12 Premier League managers will hold their official pre-match press conferences before Friday’s Fantasy Premier League deadline.

Chelsea, Manchester City, Southampton and Leicester City are also in FA Cup semi-final action before their midweek Gameweek 32 fixtures, so for the champions-elect and the Blues in particular, second-guessing line-ups is a fool’s errand at this early stage.

I’ve therefore gone without players from Chelsea and City, not because I don’t think their respective fixtures offer the potential for points but because I simply have little clue who will take to the field in a week’s time.

It’s a similar-ish situation with Arsenal at the time of writing but they at least are in Europa League action on Thursday evening, giving us 24 hours to tweak our Gunners selections.

Calum Chambers and Gabriel Martinelli are my two differential punts from Mikel Arteta’s squad for now and I’m hoping that both are rested in the Czech Republic: the surprisingly attack-minded Chambers has created five chances in his last four outings from full-back (the same as Luke Shaw), while Martinelli has impressed at home and abroad in recent weeks and racked up four shots in a positive Gameweek 31 display.

Two-thirds of the Tottenham Hotspur triple-up requires little explanation, while Hugo Lloris is selected purely because of the impending EFL Cup final, which falls four days after the second half of Spurs’ Gameweek 32 double-header. Ben Davies may be injured but the proximity of that clash with City and the fact that Japhet Tanganga has prior experience at left-back leads me away from Sergio Reguilon and towards the nailed goalkeeper behind him.

Not that I fully trust the Lilywhites’ defence anyway, with nine big chances conceded in a wide-open last two matches. Richarlison, whose move to a centre-forward role has led to an upturn in his attacking numbers, is also included in my squad as a consequence.

West Ham’s own struggles at the back (seven goals conceded in their last three) have been exacerbated by the loss of Declan Rice, so I’ve plumped for the fit-again Callum Wilson as one of my strikers. The Newcastle front-man has been involved in 64% of the Magpies’ goals this season (no first-choice FPL forward can better that), so if Steve Bruce’s side does find the back of the net, the chances are that Wilson will have played a part.

Slightly hedging my bets, I’ve also included Arthur Masuaku: West Ham’s offensive-minded left wing-back should enjoy his afternoon on Tyneside, as Newcastle have allowed more crosses and chances to be created from their right flank than any other team – both in the last six matches and over the whole of 2020/21.

I’m hoping that Pedro Neto’s unfortunate injury and the return of Willy Boly forces Nuno Espirito Santo to field a back three, as Wolves look much more solid (albeit less attacking) when they’re in a 3-4-3. Much has been made of Conor Coady’s new-found threat but Boly has still racked up more penalty box touches and goal attempts than his fellow centre-half in his last six appearances, so I’ll opt for the pricier Ivory Coast international as a result.

Finally, Edinson Cavani’s impressive goal conversion rate of 25% is bettered by only two FPL forwards this season. With Anthony Martial crocked and Burnley on the longest clean sheet drought in the division, I’ll happily add the clinical Uruguayan to my Manchester United contingent of Bruno Fernandes and Shaw.

TOM SAID…

Hugo Lloris is my first-choice goalkeeper for Gameweek 32. Though Tottenham Hotspur’s defence has looked shaky in recent weeks, they play twice against Everton and Southampton, and the Frenchman is at least assured of two starts.

I’ve also selected Chelsea’s Edouard Mendy, who has kept seven clean sheets in 11 Premier League matches under Thomas Tuchel, and Bernd Leno.

At the back, Luke Shaw is my top pick, followed closely by Conor Coady and Trent Alexander-Arnold.

Meanwhile, Calum Chambers is my preferred budget defender this week. Against Sheffield United on Sunday, Arsenal set up in a 4-2-3-1 formation with Granit Xhaka dropping in at left-back. With the Swiss international spending most of the game inside his own half, it allowed his teammate on the opposite flank, Chambers, the opportunity to regularly bomb forward and join the attack. It was a performance reminiscent of his second-half showing at West Ham United, and is encouraging with Fulham up next – only Crystal Palace have conceded more chances from their left flank since the turn of the year.

Ricardo Pereira, who produced his first assist of the season in Gameweek 31, completes the defensive picks.

Further forward, the inclusions of Spurs duo Son Heung-min and Harry Kane, plus Mohamed Salah and Bruno Fernandes, largely speak for themselves, so I’ll dedicate a bit more time to some of my other selections.

After a third goal in four appearances last weekend, Mason Greenwood gets a call-up. Despite only being on the pitch for 18 minutes against Spurs, the youngster made a real impact, and if Paul Pogba is to continue in a more advanced role, where he has the vision and ability to quickly switch play, Greenwood could be the one to benefit. I also like Jesse Lingard, who is the Premier League’s in-form player, providing eight goals and four assists since arriving in east London, plus Kelechi Iheanacho, who seems to be the striker benefitting most from Leicester City’s formation change.

The forward list is completed by Alexandre Lacazette, Dominic Calvert-Lewin (providing he is fit) and Callum Wilson.

ANDY SAID

Even outside of triple Spurs for Double Gameweek 32, picking players this week felt a bit easier than normal and I actually had to leave some top assets out like Bruno Fernandes. I’ve only done this because I fancy Kevin De Bruyne to start now he’s had a Premier League rest.

While we all know Manchester City are likely to win the league, I can’t imagine that they will want to keep dropping points along the way. In the last six Gameweeks. De Bruyne has had eight shots in the box compared to Fernandes’ three, with Aston Villa conceding 9.95 expected goals over that same period (making them the fifth-worst team in the league).

Despite some observations that maybe Leeds will learn to be cautious in games versus teams like Man City and Liverpool, I think it’s too early to think they’re a completely different team – so I’m fully backing the Reds. No player has had more shots than Mohamed Salah (16) in the last six Gameweeks and, even with nearly 200 fewer minutes in that same time, Diogo Jota has managed nine with two big chances. 

It’s impossible to leave Kelechi Iheanacho out at the moment: over the season, he has an expected goal involvement (xGI) every 132.4 minutes. I haven’t lost complete faith in Jamie Vardy just yet, either, as his minutes-per-xGI (124.9) betters his strike partner. While the Foxes are playing two up front, there is of course another player to take some of those shots away. Vardy’s stats are indeed down versus Iheanacho over a small sample size, but the above numbers show that he’s fully capable and has a great fixture.

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709 Comments Post a Comment
  1. 3 A
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 5 Years
    3 months, 11 days ago

    Klopp try not to cry. Pity him.

    1. Bleh
      • 4 Years
      3 months, 11 days ago

      ?

  2. Hazz
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 4 Years
    3 months, 11 days ago

    Having forgotten the FA Cup Final with Chelsea was before the Villa match, guess that gives Stones a decent chance to figure in the PL match (with Dias/Stones in the semi potentially).

  3. Gudjohnsen
    • 4 Years
    3 months, 11 days ago

    Jota not starting tonight bodes well for Leeds game?

    1. DA Minnion (In Bielsa we tr…
      • 9 Years
      3 months, 11 days ago

      The way he played when he came on doesn't.

      1. Gudjohnsen
        • 4 Years
        3 months, 11 days ago

        And Salah was excellent?

        1. DA Minnion (In Bielsa we tr…
          • 9 Years
          3 months, 11 days ago

          Salah was worse.

  4. The King
    • 7 Years
    3 months, 11 days ago

    Thinking of using TC on Kane this week, anyone doing the same? Seems like it will be the last DG too

    1. DA Minnion (In Bielsa we tr…
      • 9 Years
      3 months, 11 days ago

      Would if I still had it.

    2. Bleh
      • 4 Years
      3 months, 11 days ago

      Yep I am.

    3. BERGKOP
      • 10 Years
      3 months, 11 days ago

      Many will. I will be.

  5. La Roja
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 9 Years
    3 months, 11 days ago

    Will there be another dgw cgaps?

    1. La Roja
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      3 months, 11 days ago

      Chaps*

      1. DA Minnion (In Bielsa we tr…
        • 9 Years
        3 months, 11 days ago

        35 supposedly

        1. Ninjaa
          • 10 Years
          3 months, 11 days ago

          What teams will have the dgw ??

  6. tbhogal
    • 11 Years
    3 months, 11 days ago

    Would you bench boost with this lot guys ? Forster, Holding, Fofana, Vydra

    1. Gudjohnsen
      • 4 Years
      3 months, 11 days ago

      Nah

    2. Hazz
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 4 Years
      3 months, 11 days ago

      Nah.
      - Forster benched or concedes anyway
      - Leicester to concede. WBA In form
      - Vydra vs. MUN is a tough match-up
      - ARS CS feels best bet, but it's Arsenal...

      I think some CS odds rate Leicester higher than ARS, but Fulham seem not to know how to score.

  7. George James
    • 6 Years
    3 months, 11 days ago

    Play one

    Gundo or Bamford

    1. Gudjohnsen
      • 4 Years
      3 months, 11 days ago

      Gundo

    2. Ninjaa
      • 10 Years
      3 months, 11 days ago

      Bamford

    3. JBG
      • 3 Years
      3 months, 11 days ago

      I'm going for Bamford, more likely to get 60+mins outta him(unless another Leeds defender wants to break some legs).

  8. g40steve
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 3 Years
    3 months, 11 days ago

    Need a Cresswell replacement, Leics, Wolves or ???

  9. Ninjaa
    • 10 Years
    3 months, 11 days ago

    2.1m itb and 1 ft.

    A. DCL and Mahrez to Kane and Bowen

    B. Play wildcard

    Mendy 4m
    Stones Coufal Lawton Dallas Targett
    Bruno Salah Mahrez Mount Gundogan
    Lacazette DCL Bamford

  10. George James
    • 6 Years
    3 months, 11 days ago

    Play 2 (not great I realise)

    A) Target
    B) Dallas
    C) Dunk
    D) Lowton

    1. Ninjaa
      • 10 Years
      3 months, 11 days ago

      I'd definitely play Dallas out if those and probably Dunk

  11. Flynny
    • 6 Years
    3 months, 11 days ago

    Hi.....who is best Sterling replacement here?

    All rivals I'm chasing have Bruno so think will avoid him. Thanks

    Mendy
    Taa alonso shaw (holding dawson)
    Salah Sterling son jota lingard
    Kane iheanacho (vydra)

    1. Ninjaa
      • 10 Years
      3 months, 11 days ago

      Rashford
      Maddison
      Mount

      1. Flynny
        • 6 Years
        3 months, 11 days ago

        Cheers.....greenwood??

        1. Ninjaa
          • 10 Years
          3 months, 11 days ago

          He's more of a risk as he may not get as much gametime

          1. Flynny
            • 6 Years
            3 months, 11 days ago

            Cheers

  12. La Roja
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 9 Years
    3 months, 11 days ago

    If you are chasing:

    A) Son (TC)
    B) Keep TC for later

    1. Well you know, Triffic
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 11 Years
      3 months, 11 days ago

      A and pray

    2. Lindelol
      • 3 Years
      3 months, 11 days ago

      same question. TC Son or Kane.

  13. PP6
    • 2 Years
    3 months, 11 days ago

    Auba to Bruno -4 w/ exact cash?? Do it now?

    1. FPL Forward Thinker
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      3 months, 11 days ago

      No rush, thus wait for Thursday night matches for both players, you may even get to wait till tomorrow. Keep an eye on:
      http://www.fplstatistics.co.uk/Home/IndexAndroid

      1. FPL Forward Thinker
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 2 Years
        3 months, 11 days ago

        You may even get to wait until Friday and Bruno (-53%) may drop before Auba (-30%)

  14. HD7
    • 4 Years
    3 months, 11 days ago

    Do you think Gundo will start vs Villa?

    He hasnt started recently in the league, but City have more cup matches incoming.

    Gundo to Lingard -4 or save and hope Gundo and his subs Masuaku, Philips do sth?

    *I already did another -4 this GW.

    1. HMC
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 10 Years
      3 months, 11 days ago

      Tough one. I made the mistake of keeping (and starting) on wildcard last week and blocked Nacho from coming on first sub
      Think I’ll have Gundo first sub with the plan to lose him for gw33

  15. FPLMACKEM
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    3 months, 11 days ago

    Mendy
    Rudiger, TAA, Holding, Coady
    Bruno, Lingard, Salah, Jota
    Kane (c), Iheanacho

    Forster, Amartey, Vydra, Neto

    1ft £3.4 itb

    Dont have enough to do Neto to son so....

    A) Jota > Son
    B) Neto > Lucas Moura
    C) Neto + Vydra > Son + Davis -4

    1. GE
      • 4 Years
      3 months, 11 days ago

      A

    2. FPL Forward Thinker
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      3 months, 11 days ago

      B but who drops out ?

  16. Stimps
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 8 Years
    3 months, 11 days ago

    Jota or Mount to Son?

    1. GE
      • 4 Years
      3 months, 11 days ago

      Mount

    2. FPL Forward Thinker
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      3 months, 11 days ago

      Mount to Son providing you have plan for GW33 start XI?

      Jota has just 7 matches, better fixtures and Liverpool need to go for it to get into top 4.

      Mount has 1 or 2 FA Cup games plus 2 or 3 UCL on top of slightly tougher league schedule.

  17. GE
    • 4 Years
    3 months, 11 days ago

    Bench headache - bench 2 of those:

    1) TAA (Leeds sway)
    2) Dias (Villa away)
    3) Shaw (Burnley home)
    4) Rudiger (Brighton home)
    5) Shaw (Fulham home)

    1. Groß Misconduct
        3 months, 11 days ago

        3 and 5

      • GE
        • 4 Years
        3 months, 11 days ago

        5) Holding

      • Groß Misconduct
          3 months, 11 days ago

          couldn't resist lol. I think your decision will be made for you from rotation. Rudi and Dias maybe rested. definitely start TAA and Shaw. I'm guessing you've got Holding? I wouldn't trust arsenal for the clean sheet

      • Cheeto__Bandito
        • 1 Year
        3 months, 11 days ago

        A) Raphinha, Reguilon
        B) Lingard, Coady (-4)

        Best option?

      • Groß Misconduct
          3 months, 11 days ago

          A) Gundo to Lingard [-4]
          B) KDB to Salah [-4]
          C) Gundo+KDB to Salah+Lingard [-4] but Forster/Martinez in goal instead of Lloris
          D) Pray to God the City boys both play

        • ManUtdFan977
          • 2 Years
          3 months, 11 days ago

          Start 1 from:
          Fofana (wba)
          Rudiger (bha)
          Holding (Ful)
          Btw I have mendy in goal

          1. FPL Forward Thinker
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 2 Years
            3 months, 11 days ago

            Who would you prefer to start and I’ll tell you if I disagree?

          2. Who are all Lukakus
            • 4 Years
            3 months, 11 days ago

            Rudiger. I expect WBA and FUL will try hard to avoid regelation

        • 2OLEgend
            3 months, 11 days ago

            Start one:
            A) Shaw (Bur)
            B) Coady (SHU)

            1. FPL Forward Thinker
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 2 Years
              3 months, 11 days ago

              What’s you gut instinct?

              Can both get clean sheets?
              Better attacking chances?

              1. FPL Forward Thinker
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 2 Years
                3 months, 11 days ago

                *your

            2. Flynny
              • 6 Years
              3 months, 11 days ago

              Shaw

            3. Major League Shocker
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 1 Year
              3 months, 11 days ago

              B

              United have 6 CS in 9 attempts against the traditional top 6, and 6 in 22 against everyone else.

          • Kebab pig
              3 months, 11 days ago

              Is there a place I can see when all the press conferences are? Can somebody please post the list?

            • Mind över Mata
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 9 Years
              3 months, 11 days ago

              RMWCT gents? Worth keeping Reguilon?

              Mendy, Forster
              TAA, Reguilon, Coady, Holding, Fofana
              Salah, Son, Bruno, Lingard, Jota
              Kane, Nacho, Vydra

              1. Cheeseoid
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 8 Years
                3 months, 11 days ago

                I presume you realise that by wildcarding you can't triple captain or bench boost this double gameweek? Just thought I would mention it as I have seen this mistake before

            • GROBARI
              • 1 Year
              3 months, 11 days ago

              As a Madrid fan this was perfect game,i think people need to see how good Zidane is as a coach,3 big games in 8 days(without Varane Ramos Hazard Carvajal) and 3 positive results.And also 3 CL trophies. Good luck for Liverpool,VVD injury ruined your season

              1. Hy liverpool
                • 7 Years
                3 months, 11 days ago

                Agreed zidane is doing a great job there.. And yeah VVD/Gomez/Matip + no fans at anfield mean 0 trophies and probably no top 4 too.

                1. GROBARI
                  • 1 Year
                  3 months, 11 days ago

                  Yeah,its like liverpool lacks those desires they had until they took the title after 30 years,and injuries as you said. And Mane,Firmino,TAA and Robertson are not same as last year,Thiago doesnt fit well. Bad luck for you this year

            • bso
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 6 Years
              3 months, 11 days ago

              Start Rudiger (have Mendy) or Coufal?

              1. Cheeseoid
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 8 Years
                3 months, 11 days ago

                Rudiger

                1. bso
                  • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                  • 6 Years
                  3 months, 11 days ago

                  Thanks!

            • estheblessed
              • 6 Years
              3 months, 11 days ago

              G2G?

              Johnstone
              Creswell, Dias, Rudiger
              Lingard, Son, Bruno, Jota
              Bamford, Nacho, Kane (TC)

              Martinez, Gundo, Veltman, Konsa

              1. Ajax Hamsterdam
                • 7 Years
                3 months, 11 days ago

                perfect

              2. UNDERWORLD7
                • 9 Years
                3 months, 11 days ago

                Cresswell injured no?

                1. estheblessed
                  • 6 Years
                  3 months, 10 days ago

                  Is it?

            • Ajax Hamsterdam
              • 7 Years
              3 months, 11 days ago

              Best moves ?

              a dcl and mount to nacho and son for free
              b dcl/gundo/dias to nacho/son/coady for -4

              thank you and gl

              1. estheblessed
                • 6 Years
                3 months, 11 days ago

                Can u not do DCL & Gundo?

                1. Ajax Hamsterdam
                  • 7 Years
                  3 months, 11 days ago

                  unfortunately no

            • Rondon9
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 5 Years
              3 months, 11 days ago

              Who would you play next GW?

              A Fofana (WBA)
              B Holding (FUL)
              C Rudiger (BHA)

              Cheers!

              1. G-Whizz
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • Has Moderation Rights
                • 3 Years
                3 months, 11 days ago

                Despite what the clean sheet odds say:

                https://www.fantasyfootballscout.co.uk/comment/23676415

                I'd actually go with C) Rudiger.

                A) facing a team that has gone back to back victories for the first time this season and are fighting for their lives.

                B) It's Arsenal 😆

                Failing that, it really is toss a coin territory (imo) tbh...

                1. Rondon9
                  • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                  • 5 Years
                  3 months, 11 days ago

                  Much appreciated bro

            • ItsJonesy
              • 10 Years
              3 months, 11 days ago

              Hey all. TV is pretty ordinary so this is on my WC:

              Mendy Forster
              Holding Coady TAA Fofana xxx
              Lingard Bruno Salah Jota Son
              Kane Nacho Davis

              xxx = Coufal or Lindelof possibly with only 4.8 ItB.

              It's template but thoughts on the last spot? Still have my FH also.

            • Aster
                3 months, 11 days ago

                Laca or Cavani?