FFS Cup

The latest FFS Cup fixtures and results

There are £300-worth of prizes up for grabs in both our FFS Open Cup and FFS Members Cup, which have now reached the last-16 stage.

We round up the latest fixtures and results in our regular article below.

FFS OPEN CUP

The results from the sixth round of our FFS Open Cup can be viewed here.

The draw for the seventh round of our FFS Open Cup can be viewed here.


Tufs is the only manager left in both of our cup competitions, with his 10th successive green arrow seeing him through to the round of 16 and putting him in with a great chance of a fourth consecutive top 10,000 overall rank (OR).

He saw off Hungry Singh 65-56 in round six of our FFS Cup and will next face RobinHuth as he continues his tilt at an unlikely double.

Three managers in the top 10k still remain, with Shuddahaddum, kenzo and Harr1son all progressing.

ronaldez continues to go deep into the tournament despite having a comparatively difficult season: although he only entered the top one million in Gameweek 29, he has made it through to the last 16 after a 65-37 win over Jarvish.

He next faces Shuddahaddum, who is our highest-ranked competitor at 2,204th.

All of our other remaining managers sit within the top 100k and Zedz was thankful of his lofty position, as his superior OR saw him through on a tie-break after a 65-all draw with the unfortunate stonerrocks.

dfwmimp‘s excellent Gameweek 31 score of 82 was the best of round six and more than enough to see off Lord.

FFS MEMBERS CUP

The results from the fifth round of our FFS Members Cup can be viewed here.

The full draw for the sixth round of our FFS Members Cup can be viewed here.


The aforementioned Lord. was the manager defeated by Tufs in his bid for FFS Members Cup glory, with the latter prevailing 65-38.

Mohd Rodzi, who defeated the high-flying Mr. Rabbit, now awaits in the last 16.

Mr. Rabbit and Armaan.ag were our two highest-ranked managers going into round five but both had tough Gameweeks and exited the competition, with the latter seen off by Cleanmax 11, who just happens to be the surviving FPL boss with the lowest OR.

Indeed, six of our last 16 sit outside the top 100,000, with Pumped Up Kicks the only manager within the top 10k.

Hasselbaink Forever was desperately unlucky to bow out, as his score of 70 would have been good enough to progress in 13 other last-32 ties – but it wasn’t sufficient to see off EUG, who bagged two more points.

leo_messi, by contrast, managed to squeak through despite scoring just 39 points in Gameweek 31.

Rossaldinho‘s score of 74 was the best of the round.


HOW DO THE CUP COMPETITIONS WORK?

The FFS Cup is very similar to the Fantasy Premier League’s own cup game.

Entrants who qualify for the first round were randomly drawn against each other and the winner of the tie is whoever has the highest score from that Gameweek, minus points spent on transfers (like in the original game and in head-to-head scores).

In the event of a draw, the manager highest in the overall FPL rankings after the tie will progress.

WHAT IS THE GAMEWEEK SCHEDULE?

FFS Open Cup

The FFS Open Cup competition will be played out according to the following proposed Gameweek schedule:

  • Qualifying – Gameweek 25
  • Round 1 – Gameweek 26
  • Round 2 – Gameweek 27
  • Round 3 – Gameweek 28
  • Round 4 – Gameweek 29
  • Round 5 – Gameweek 30
  • Round 6 – Gameweek 31
  • Round 7 – Gameweek 32
  • Quarter-Final – Gameweek 33
  • Semi-Finals – Gameweek 34
  • Final and third-place play-off – Gameweek 35

FFS Members Cup

The FFS Members Cup competition will be played out according to the following proposed Gameweek schedule:

  • Qualifying – Gameweek 26
  • Round 1 – Gameweek 27
  • Round 2 – Gameweek 28
  • Round 3 – Gameweek 29
  • Round 4 – Gameweek 30
  • Round 5 – Gameweek 31
  • Round 6 – Gameweek 32
  • Quarter-Final – Gameweek 33
  • Semi-Finals – Gameweek 34
  • Final and third-place play-off – Gameweek 35

WHEN ARE THE FIXTURES RELEASED?

Where possible, the fixture list for each round will be published before each Gameweek deadline.

PRIZES

Overall Prizes
The prizes for the FFS Cup competitions are as follows:

1st Place: £150 Amazon voucher
2nd Place: £100 Amazon voucher
3rd Place: £50 Amazon voucher

317 Comments Post a Comment
  1. aleksios
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 6 Years
    6 months, 13 days ago

    G2g and bench right?
    1ft 2.3itb.

    --Leno
    --TAA--Alonso--Azpi--Coady
    --Salah--Son--Lingard--Jota
    --Kane--Nacho

    --Forster--Fofana--Gundo--Wood.

    Thanks all.

    1. Il Capitano
      • 1 Year
      6 months, 13 days ago

      Yup

  2. DA Minnion (Legendary manag…
    • 9 Years
    6 months, 13 days ago

    Can I get any more template on this wildcard.
    Mendy Forster
    Shaw Coady Trent Holding Coufal
    Jota Son Bruno Salah Lingard
    Kane Nacho Vydra

    Good to go?

    1. Hy liverpool
      • 7 Years
      6 months, 13 days ago

      Looks good.. Lacazette probably if you want defferntial picks

      1. aleksios
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 6 Years
        6 months, 13 days ago

        Laca is tempting.

    2. ted mcnure
      • 10 Years
      6 months, 13 days ago

      Very gtg, you´re bossing it this year, aren´t you?
      I only have 7 of those, but what do I know, I´m suffering at 350k..
      Good luck!

      1. DA Minnion (Legendary manag…
        • 9 Years
        6 months, 13 days ago

        Cheers Ted. Yeah having a good run. The wildcard is partly to cover a mini league that I'm winning. It's important for prestige and of course the money.

    3. ebb2sparky
      • 10 Years
      6 months, 13 days ago

      Although I was proved wrong last week I still don’t like Vydra. I prefer Martinez and Rudiger to Mendy and Coufal but there’s little in it.

      1. DA Minnion (Legendary manag…
        • 9 Years
        6 months, 13 days ago

        I don't like him either but he'll play in 33 most probably. Mendy more secure than Rudy. Martinez was excellent for me but had to make way .

        1. ebb2sparky
          • 10 Years
          6 months, 13 days ago

          Last week when I played my WC I was all set to drop Martinez for Mendy but didn’t bother in the end. So far I’m 2 points up but yes Brighton does look better than city this week!

    4. Big Hands Barry
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      6 months, 13 days ago

      Lovely. As template as it gets. Means you're protected from rank fall but wont be making any big gains

      1. aleksios
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 6 Years
        6 months, 13 days ago

        Also have feeling should do Jota to Greenwood.

      2. ebb2sparky
        • 10 Years
        6 months, 13 days ago

        Not sure about that. Very similar to my WC team last week where I saw a decent rank rise.

      3. DA Minnion (Legendary manag…
        • 9 Years
        6 months, 13 days ago

        Yeah Barry, it's all about mini league now. Just inside 3 K . Not going to win the whole thing so just going to protect my rank as best as possible.

  3. Pep Roulette
    • 4 Years
    6 months, 13 days ago

    Best mid for 5.5?

    1. DA Minnion (Legendary manag…
      • 9 Years
      6 months, 13 days ago

      Periera all day long.

      1. Pep Roulette
        • 4 Years
        6 months, 13 days ago

        Cheers mate! Better than Saka?

        1. Andy_Social
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 9 Years
          6 months, 13 days ago

          Depends on tonight, if Arse get knocked out or not.

        2. DA Minnion (Legendary manag…
          • 9 Years
          6 months, 13 days ago

          Yeah . Brom fighting for their lives. Has pens also .

        3. Pep Roulette
          • 4 Years
          6 months, 13 days ago

          Cheers both

  4. GW31 Review
    BigManBakar
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 8 Years
    6 months, 13 days ago

    The Review: GW 31

    Greetings everyone, welcome to my latest article where I discuss the upcoming double gameweek with particular focus on triple captaincy:

    (Data taken from FFScout with consent)

    Q: In this section, I cover Salah and Jota.

    Salah v Jota (vs Villa)

    Shots in the box: 6 v 4
    Big chances: 2 v 0
    Penalty area touches: 13 v 8

    Salah topped the charts for shots in the box in the league this GW. I believe that Jota will remain an elite option for his price but Salah should always be the go-to guy for captaincy, which is likely to be a very important factor now that Liverpool’s run in is very kind and they have been knocked out of the Champions League so rotation won’t be an issue. Salah will be going all out for the Golden Boot too.

    I believe going without Salah is flirting with danger as his underlying statistics have hit another level. Not only is Salah playing more centrally as the most advanced player, he is top among all players for shots in the box and second for shots in the six-yard box so it’s evident that his shots are coming from promising positions. Get him in your team and see him rack up the points in the weeks to come!

    Q: In this section, I discuss Kane, Son and triple captaincy.

    I think FPL managers with the triple captain chip should keep it simple. Everton and particularly Southampton are two very obliging defences at the moment so overlooking the likes of Son and Kane has to classify as overthinking in my opinion. After Southampton's loss to West Brom, they are ranked 19th for big chances conceded and 18th for xG conceded away from home this season. Play the chip and hope for the best!

    That leads to the question, which one of Kane/Son to captain? To answer this question statistically, I will need more clarification on whether Bale is starting or not as Son's stats in particular are extremely different in terms of goal threat with and without Bale in the side. I was scouring through the Spurs forums and the significant majority of fans expect Bale to miss out again, so I base my analysis on the assumption that Bale will miss out again. I present to you a comparison based on the last six games Son and Kane have started together without Bale:

    Son v Kane

    Mins per shots inside the box: 44.83 v 41.53
    Mins per big chance: 76.85 v 135
    Mins per xGi: 169.71 v 207.69

    While Kane is likely to be the outright favorite for captaincy this GW as he is going for the Golden Boot and is on penalties, the numbers say that it's closer than you might think it is. I still think Kane is the slightly better option despite the extra point that Son gets per goal or clean sheet but if you are chasing a mini league rival who is likely to captain Kane, then there's not much in it so rolling the dice might be worth it.

    What works in Son’s favor is the astronomical number of chances Saints concede down their right flank, which is likely to be to Son’s benefit. This season, Southampton have conceded 68 chances each through the middle and on their left flank. However, that number rises to 109 on their right flank which is a 60% increase on what they concede down the middle or their left. Having said that, no team has conceded more penalties than Southampton since GW20 so Kane’s prospects look equally appealing too – if not better. He has the better odds to score this GW, has the best xG of all players in the league over the past four matches and has already produced as many attacking returns than he has in each of his previous seasons bar one. What’s not to like?

    Q: In this section, I analyze Lucas Moura’s numbers.

    He has probably gone under the radar, but in recent times Lucas Moura has become a bit of a Mourinho favorite. He has started nine out of the past 10 games for Spurs since GW23 where he has registered six attacking returns with a goal involvement of 35% which is almost on par with Son’s 38%. However, during this spell, Moura’s underlying numbers from a FPL point of view have been fairly mediocre. Moura is creating 1 chance per game and registering 0.6 shots inside the box every game so his statistics are nothing to write home about. He possesses more creative potential than goal threat, which is why I think he can continue to tick over with the odd assist here or there but I don’t see him exploding in the double GW.

    Q: In this section, I talk about the Spurs defence.

    A lot of FPL managers are talking about Sergio Reguilón for the double GW now that Ben Davies is injured. I still wouldn’t recommend going there as I don’t seem to trust the Spurs defence. Over the past four matches, Spurs are among the bottom three teams for xG conceded and are conceding on average, 2.75 big chances per game. The Newcastle game has put me off the Spurs defence in particular – despite missing the likes of Wilson and Saint Maximin in GW30, Newcastle were able to amass an xG of over 4.

    Q: In this section, I discuss Vardy and Iheanacho.

    Iheanacho v Vardy

    (since GW26)

    Shots: 21 v 9
    Shots in the box: 14 v 6
    Big chances: 7 v 3
    xG: 3.3 v 1.3

    It’s worth noting that all three of Vardy's big chances came against Sheffield United, while Iheanacho being Leicester's chief goal threat is consistently hogging their big chances at the moment. What’s interesting is that Vardy is top among all players in the league for big chances created over the past four matches while Iheanacho during the same spell is top for big chances. Vardy, who now remarkably has just one goal in his previous 16 appearances, seems to have taken up more of a creative role while Iheanacho seems to have taken on the baton for goalscoring.

    Q: In this section, I cover West Brom.

    I think it’s about time we stop looking at West Brom as whipping boys or pushovers anymore. They have a lot to fight for, and it shows in their performances. Over the past four matches, West Brom are ranked third for xG and fifth for big chances – at the moment, it looks like they can score against anyone. This is not good news for FPL managers who are backing a Leicester or an Aston Villa clean sheet against a rejuvenated West Brom side over the next two GWs. Even defensively, West Brom are nowhere near as poor as they were under Bilić. Since Big Sam has taken over, only Chelsea, Brighton and Man City have a better xG conceded non-penalty than West Brom.

    Q: In this section, I analyze West Ham and their upcoming fixture against Newcastle.

    I’m aware that this is likely to be the most awaited section of the thread given that it includes my opinion on Jesse Lingard, having previously suggested that he was overperforming over recent weeks. It’s hard to argue against someone who has scored more points than anyone else since his debut. Over the past three matches, he is second only to Salah for shots in the box among midfielders so even though his xG isn’t the best he is doing really well in terms of this metric. Is he a good option? Yes. Is he essential? No.

    I fancy Newcastle’s attack to do well here. I tend to look at larger sample sizes to assess over or under performance so over the last six matches, Newcastle are the most underperforming attack in the league in terms of variance between actual and expected goals scored. They are creating a good amount of chances already so the return of Wilson will be a massive boost. West Ham over the past four matches, are second worst for shots in the box conceded while Newcastle during the same spell are top for xG from open play.

    Q: In this section, I look at Man United’s assets and their numbers.

    I mentioned in my piece a couple of GWs ago that Man United were struggling for a bit of form. At that point, Man United were in the bottom three for big chances over the past six matches. However, over their previous two matches – United seemed to have picked up a bit of form. They have accumulated as many big chances in their previous two matches than they did in their previous six to that combined. I’d keep Bruno Fernandes in my team as I fancy a big win for them against Burnley this week. Mason Greenwood is another player I like – he is averaging one big chance involvement per game over his previous three matches and is only behind Lingard and Salah among midfielders for shots inside the box in this spell. Cavani too looks a good differential now that Martial is likely to be out for the remainder of the season. I don’t see rotation as too big of an issue despite the Europa League as Ole in his interviews has stressed that he wants to finish as close to Man City as possible.

    Q: In this section, I assess the Liverpool and Chelsea defence.

    My opinion on the Chelsea and Liverpool defence remains the same as it was last week. Keep the faith in their defensive assets despite the fact that they blanked in GW31. Both Chelsea and Liverpool are still among the best three defences in terms of big chances conceded over the past six matches, so their underlying numbers remain very strong. Trent Alexander Arnold delivered a goal this week and I feel more assists are around the corner – only De Bruyne has created more chances than Trent over the past six matches. Trent created six chances against Real Madrid too – more than any of his team-mates.

    Q: In this section, I roll the scanner over Arsenal’s attack.

    Arsenal (GW 1-14) v Arsenal (GW 15-31)

    Shots in the box per game: 6.9 v 8.4
    Big chances per game: 1.5 v 1.9
    xG per game: 1.1 v 1.6

    Arsenal’s win against Chelsea in GW15 seems to be a turning point in their season. Since then, their numbers have only gone one way and that seems to have benefitted Lacazette the most. Lacazette, since GW15 is averaging 5.8 FPL points per game and this is no fluke – only Salah has registered more big chances than him during that time. He’s a very strong option for the run-in, particularly if Arsenal get knocked out of the Europa League. Arsenal’s semi final ties come before GW34 and GW35 so he will be a massive rotation risk should Arsenal progress in the Europa having cemented himself as Arsenal’s first choice striker.

    Kindly like and retweet the piece on Twitter if you can! Link below:

    https://twitter.com/BigManBakar/status/1382651104714973185

    Do share your feedback as always, and follow me on my Instagram if you don’t already as I post about FPL there too through the link down below:

    http://instagram.com/bigmanbakar

    THANK YOU! 🙂

    1. DA Minnion (Legendary manag…
      • 9 Years
      6 months, 13 days ago

      No Thank you. Great work as usual. My preferred read of the week.

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

      Best post every week thanks

    3. FPL Froggies
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      6 months, 13 days ago

      Thanks for your great work

      1. Andy_Social
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 9 Years
        6 months, 13 days ago

        Brilliant. Transfer decisions now made and executed!

    4. ted mcnure
      • 10 Years
      6 months, 13 days ago

      Tremendous, as ever! Thanks Big Man, best article of the week for me!

    5. Pep Roulette
      • 4 Years
      6 months, 13 days ago

      Thanks Big Man! My post above completely got ignored because of you! I'm kidding! Great stuff as always mate, cheers!

      1. DA Minnion (Legendary manag…
        • 9 Years
        6 months, 13 days ago

        Bad timing. I'll have a look and get back to you.

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

      Interesting on Salah

      Personally not seeing any improvement on stats in the last 6 game weeks compared to the 6 game weeks before that. He's been a stat monster for a while.

      Arguably his stats from 20-25 were marginally better. His goal output was.

    7. KLOPPS AND ROBBERS... the s…
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 6 Years
      6 months, 13 days ago

      Great read!

    8. Scots Gooner
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      6 months, 13 days ago

      Thanks again Big Man. Best post of the week

    9. BigManBakar
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      6 months, 13 days ago

      Thank you so much guys, means a lot! 🙂

    10. La Roja
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      6 months, 13 days ago

      Brilliant write up TFF

    11. pakroagain
      • 3 Years
      6 months, 12 days ago

      Double Spurs are tantalizing. Moreover, the opponent this time is quite a favorite for Kane and Son, who have a good track record against the two teams. It is predicted that many FPL managers will make Kane and Son as Captain. Even most of the tripple captains too (for those who still have that chip). But be careful, according to data for the last 4 years, double gameweek spurs, Kane only scored 3 goals in 12 games dgw (including when he was injured in the half hour) while Son scored 2 goals and 4 assists on the same occasion. I tried to approach the DGW score, where goals are worth 2 and assists are worth 1.This approach is taken based on the number of FPL points where the score for the goals is greater than the assist partners (excluding the BPS generated by the player at the end of the match and additional midfield points when their teams get clean sheet). From this approach, it turns out that Son is a little above Kane. For managers who are chasing after, this opportunity is quite big if they dare to choose Son as captain. Because it is certain Kane will be the most captain manager. High risk of high return !!!

      And triple captain them, is it still feasible? Because in the data, it turns out that there is nothing "explosive" at all. Let's discuss

  5. FPLMACKEM
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 1 Year
    6 months, 13 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. Rasping Drive
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 12 Years
      6 months, 13 days ago

      C

      1. Chrisscfc
        • 8 Years
        6 months, 13 days ago

        if have the extra 0.1m would you go Brewster over Davis? bench fodder but Brewster should get mins now with injuries and fixtures look okay.

        1. Rasping Drive
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 12 Years
          6 months, 13 days ago

          Yes, I think I would.

  6. Malkmus
    • 10 Years
    6 months, 13 days ago

    A'noon all. GTG? 1FT, 0.3 ITB

    Mendy (4.0)
    Shaw - Nat P - Dias
    Son - Bruno - Salah - Jota - JLingz
    Kane (c) - Nacho

    Subs - DCL, Rudi, Veltman

    Ta!

    1. aleksios
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 6 Years
      6 months, 13 days ago

      G2g.

    2. Il Capitano
      • 1 Year
      6 months, 13 days ago

      Might be tempted by Rudi over Phillips, but aside from that all G2G.

      1. Malkmus
        • 10 Years
        6 months, 13 days ago

        Thanks both

  7. George James
    • 6 Years
    6 months, 13 days ago

    do we think any spurs defender plays the next 3 league games?

    1. No Kane No Gain
      • 2 Years
      6 months, 13 days ago

      Will probably only get 2,2,0,6 anyway

      1. George James
        • 6 Years
        6 months, 13 days ago

        cheers for reply but not quite what i asked

        1. No Kane No Gain
          • 2 Years
          6 months, 13 days ago

          Reguillion but my point was to stay clear

  8. RedJive79
    • 2 Years
    6 months, 13 days ago

    Afternoon. Am I GTG for this week? Bench correct? Thanks.

    Martinez
    Azpi / Shaw / Stones
    Bruno / Son(vc) / Salah / Lingard / Jota
    Kane(TC) / Nacho

    Areola / Bam / Veltman / Struijk

    1. Il Capitano
      • 1 Year
      6 months, 13 days ago

      Solid, G2G

  9. SharkyT
    • 8 Years
    6 months, 13 days ago

    A) Dias > Coady (Then Bench boost)
    B) Dias + Mount > Son + Mitchell -4
    C) Roll FT

    50k overall
    0.0m ITB 1 FT & BB Left*
    Marty Forster
    Dias Holding TAA Shaw Azpi
    Lings Bruno Mount Salah Jota
    Vydra Kane Nacho

  10. rnrd
    • 7 Years
    6 months, 13 days ago

    Leicester fans, how do you think the foxes will line-up with Maddison and Soy back?
    Iheanacho seems undroppable at the moment so is a 3-4-1-2 the preferred option with a back three of Fofana-Evans-Soy and then Pereira and Castagne as wing back, Ndidi and Tilemans the middle and Maddison as a 10 behind Nacho and Vardy?

    at least until barnes is back?

  11. Il Capitano
    • 1 Year
    6 months, 13 days ago

    0FT - 3.3m ITB

    Martinez
    Stones Digne Azpi
    Son Bruno Lingard Jota
    Kane (TC) Bamford Nacho

    Fabri - ESR Targett Cresswell*

    All set? Moved DCL + Gundo to Nacho + Son for a -4. Defence is looking a bit rough, probably nothing worth taking a -8 for though.

  12. No Kane No Gain
    • 2 Years
    6 months, 13 days ago

    DCL quick becoming a differential again!

    1. Ajax Hamsterdam
      • 7 Years
      6 months, 13 days ago

      is he fit?

      1. No Kane No Gain
        • 2 Years
        6 months, 13 days ago

        Don’t know but as a owner if he misses this game and back the next then I’m happy.

        1. Ajax Hamsterdam
          • 7 Years
          6 months, 13 days ago

          who are your other 2 strikers?

          1. No Kane No Gain
            • 2 Years
            6 months, 13 days ago

            Watkins and Kane. Not feeling a -4 and my whole midfield is playing this week.

  13. dshv
    • 4 Years
    6 months, 13 days ago

    1. Neto to pereira
    2. Dias to shaw
    3 save (next week bring shaw and lingz)

    Don’t have any on the bench

    1. No Kane No Gain
      • 2 Years
      6 months, 13 days ago

      1

  14. Rains of Castamere
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 6 Years
    6 months, 13 days ago

    Daily Mail (not linking to them) has just published an article 'confirming' the PL plan to have fans at final two games, meaning the moving of GWs 36 and 37, plus a BGW 35.

    Copy and paste below

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    As expected, midweek round 36 matches scheduled for 11/12 May will be put back to the weekend of May 15/16.

    Round 37 matches will now take place on 18/19 May, which pushes them beyond the May 17 date set for the allowing of the return of fans in limited numbers. The final matches of the season remain on Sunday, May 23.

    Gates will be limited at either 10,000 or 25 per cent of stadium capacity – whichever is lower and subject to the government giving the green light which is expected no later than May 10.

    Matches displaced by the FA Cup Final (May 15) will be moved to May 11/12.

    The top flight say that the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport have confirmed they have no plans to revise the ‘no way fans’ element of their guidance.

    1. Karan14
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      6 months, 13 days ago

      Black 35 or double 35??

      1. Karan14
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 5 Years
        6 months, 13 days ago

        Blank**

    2. No Kane No Gain
      • 2 Years
      6 months, 13 days ago

      There’s already games scheduled for 11/12th May, are you sure the matches moved becuase of the game cup final goes to then?)

  15. Sid07
    • 7 Years
    6 months, 13 days ago

    Who would you have on wc
    1) jota
    2) mount

    1. Andy_Social
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      6 months, 13 days ago

      Because of CL, Jota. Mount may be rotated.

    2. KAALI_DAAL
      • 1 Year
      6 months, 13 days ago

      Jota

  16. United10
    • 5 Years
    6 months, 13 days ago

    Is there going to be any more double gameweeks after 32?

    1. Karan14
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      6 months, 13 days ago

      Yes

      1. United10
        • 5 Years
        6 months, 13 days ago

        do we know when will they be announced?

        1. Karan14
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 5 Years
          6 months, 13 days ago

          Between after FA Cup Semi Finals and before the end of April.

    2. KAALI_DAAL
      • 1 Year
      6 months, 13 days ago

      Ah. Plenty.

  17. artvandelay316
      6 months, 13 days ago

      Pope to Leno, Patricio or Schmeichel worth a -4 or best to stick?

      1. Ajax Hamsterdam
        • 7 Years
        6 months, 13 days ago

        do you have a playing keeper?

        1. artvandelay316
            6 months, 13 days ago

            I have Forster as sub who is likely to play. So it isn't so much a question of if I prefer a playing keeper, but if I want to pay -4 points for a maximum likely return of 6 points only if they keep a clean sheet.

      2. KAALI_DAAL
        • 1 Year
        6 months, 13 days ago

        Anyone keeping Raphinha?

        1. Andy_Social
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 9 Years
          6 months, 13 days ago

          I got rid with a plan to bring him back later. I'm looking to drop Gundo as I expect him to be heavily rotated.

          1. artvandelay316
              6 months, 13 days ago

              Who would you drop him for? I can't see anyone of similar value worth it.

          2. Indio
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 9 Years
            6 months, 13 days ago

            If I can, yep - unless I need to use him to enable another transfer (my team needs some surgery!). I think he's a great option to first-bench right now given fixtures, and play when Leeds' games ease a bit towards end of season.

        2. Ajax Hamsterdam
          • 7 Years
          6 months, 13 days ago

          this has been the worst gw of the season for me in terms of indecision. was so happy with my team too a couple of weeks ago. how things can turn quickly in fpl 🙂

          1. Karan14
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 5 Years
            6 months, 13 days ago

            Same here not having Dallas, Bamford, Watkins, Lingard or Nacho destroyed me..

        3. KGJ United
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 8 Years
          6 months, 13 days ago

          What to do with Reece James?
          Not really confidant with him starting PL games...

        4. Indio
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 9 Years
          6 months, 13 days ago

          Hi all, what's my best move with the team below please? (Have a couple of flags and feel like I'm 'behind' vs. the GW31 WCers, so could really do with some help - thanks!).

          A: Auba and Digne > Salah and Shaw (or best other def up to 5.4) for -4.
          B: Auba > Lingard (free), leaves funds for Son > Salah next week, targeting Magpies.
          C: Raphina and Antonio > Lings and Vydra, leaves exact coin for Auba > Salah next week (so would need to cross fingers on price changes!).
          D: Something else?

          Martinez
          Digne, Dias, Dallas
          Bruno, Auba, Son (V), Jota
          Antonio, Nacho, Kane (TC)
          Subs: (Fabri) Raphina, Veltmann, Targett
          (1 FT; £0.5M itb)

          1. Ajax Hamsterdam
            • 7 Years
            6 months, 13 days ago

            b looks great

        5. Ajax Hamsterdam
          • 7 Years
          6 months, 13 days ago

          is jamie vardy definitely a no go ?

          could do dcl and bruno to vardy and son for free.

          he scored 2 v west brom in reverse fixture.

          would losing bruno be a mistake?

          thoughts?

        6. dshv
          • 4 Years
          6 months, 13 days ago

          1. Neto to pereira
          2. Dias to shaw
          3 save (next week bring shaw and lingz)

          Don’t have any on the bench..