Gameweek Guide

The Complete Guide to Scout’s tips and advice for Double Gameweek 32

It’s another Double Gameweek, the sixth of the season, and an excellent opportunity to play the Triple Captain chip for those that still have it.

Golden Boot-chasing Harry Kane (£11.7m) will be aiming to go clear at the top of the goalscoring charts with two enticing games against Everton and Southampton. Tottenham Hotspur are the only side to be playing twice as Crystal Palace blank with the FA Cup semi-finals taking place.

There’s a Friday deadline for Double Gameweek 32 and you have until 18:30 BST deadline to make any last-minute changes to your side.

Mind the Gap

Gaining nearly 74 per cent of the vote in the Captain Poll – a whopping 60 per cent more than Son Heung-min (£9.5m) – Kane is the overwhelmingly popular choice for the armband.

The second most-owned player in Fantasy Premier League in over half of all sides, Kane’s effective ownership is likely to be huge.

Among those activating their Triple Captain chip is David, who, when remarking on Kane’s advantage in the poll, noted the risk of captaining anyone else:

So the gap even between Kane and Son is absolutely mammoth – you have to be so brave to go against Kane this week.

– David, Captaincy Video

Jan’s Captain Sensible article, so often essential reading, drew the obvious conclusion:

With Spurs coming into the round as the only team to play twice, I find making a case for anyone else redundant, as their assets would be high among the captaincy candidates even if they had a single fixture against either Everton or Southampton.

Neale and Sam both pointed out that the Saints have shipped 11 more goals than any other club from Gameweek 19 onwards (37 in 14 matches), 12 of which have come in their last four games.

This means that even if you discount the 9-0 drumming at Manchester United in Gameweek 22, they’ve still conceded more goals than everyone else since the halfway point of the season.

If there’s one small concern from a Tottenham point of view it’s that the visit of Southampton next Wednesday comes only four days before the League Cup final.

Although with more than 94 hours between kick-offs, there should be ample time to recover. And as Scout Network member Kareem from Fantasy Chat observed: 

Mourinho isn’t exactly blessed with a squad that allows him to rest his best players. And with Europa League qualification at risk, the simple fact is Tottenham need to win their league games.

Fantasy Football Scout founder, Mark, who looks odds-on to finish in the top 10,000 for the tenth time in his illustrious FPL career, has earmarked Son as his transfer this Gameweek despite injury and rotation concerns in this squad. 

Kareem pulled out the E-word when referring to the Tottenham duo:

Having Son Heung-Min and Harry Kane is as essential as it can get if you can afford to bench them in Gameweek 33 as their fixtures continue to be strong beyond that.

Their participation in the League Cup final entails a blank in Gameweek 33 but that is followed by an appealing run in which they face Sheffield United, Leeds, Wolves and Aston Villa. 

Tripling on Doublers

Lifelong Spurs fan Sam is intending to play her Wildcard in Gameweek 33, meaning that her Gameweek 32 transfer feels like something of a free hit. And, of course, there’s only one team to consider.

The Pro Pundit cast her eye over the potential candidates among Jose Mourinho’s troops.

Thanks to his ability to return points at both ends of the pitch Sergio Reguilón (£5.5m) is the top choice, with Sam noting that the full-back is second only to Son for crosses. 

His biggest points returns of the season have come against Burnley (10) and Fulham (8), both of whom allowed Spurs to play the counter-attacking football that they relish.

– Sam

However, on the Scoutcast, Live Hall of Fame No 2 – and Joe’s recent Meet the Manager guestTom Stephenson, proclaimed a preference for Lucas Moura (£6.6m) if he were to go for three Spurs.

An opinion backed up by Tom Freeman with the Brazilian headlining his differential picks.

Although when it came to his Scout Pick submissions Tom favoured Hugo Lloris (£5.6m), who was selected as the third Tottenham player in the Scout Picks.

Bullet-Proof Nachos

There were two fascinating reads on player form by a couple of our Pro Pundits this week. 

Former FPL Winner Simon March and serial top 10,000 manager Zophar considered the merits of red-hot duo Jesse Lingard (£6.5m) and Kelechi Iheanacho (£6.0m). 

A player’s body language, which I know is difficult to explain or quantify, is often the biggest tell for me. The likes of Iheanacho and Lingard have an air about them which reflects their optimal mental state. They’ve had it for weeks now.

– Zophar

Zophar examined the intangibles in football, aspects of the game that are impossible to measure, and it’s his belief that form is very much in the mind

Confidence plays a huge role in sport and a positive mental state can often contribute to what we call good ‘form’.

In his Scout Notes on West Ham’s victory over Leicester last Sunday, David Wardale highlighted the purple patch Lingard and Iheanacho are enjoying:

Nearly two thirds of [Lingard’s] attempts have been on target and he’s converting close to a third of his chances into goals … Crucially, [Iheanacho] has outscored Jamie Vardy by 52 points to 23 since Double Gameweek 26, besting him for 21 attempts on goal to nine during the same period.

Simon acknowledged the thinking behind buying in-form players:

If high confidence should help a player play well, playing well should continue to boost confidence, creating a self-sustaining virtuous cycle of positive form.

But very few players are able to sustain their form long term – a notable exception being Mohamed Salah (£12.5m) in the 2017/18 season. One reason, according to Simon, is that eventually teams get ‘found out’ by opponents.

… the teams that face these teams will be trying to exploit their known weakness and nullify their key strengths … This cycle between observation and adaptation is often a big part of what we are actually referring to when we talk about ‘form’.

To help us understand why West Ham and Leicester might be doing so well recently, Simon, a graduate in behavioural economics, cited a famous study from WWII to illustrate ‘survivorship bias’. He explained how bomber planes were reinforced based on where bullet holes were found after they had returned following a sortie.

The problem, however, was that the planes that made it back to base were the ones that hadn’t been shot down, therefore the bullet holes actually highlighted the areas where the plane could survive being hit and it was, in fact, the other areas that needed to be reinforced first.

Teams may appear unstoppable in attack or impregnable in defence but, frequently, this appearance is exaggerated due to the way teams play against them or, often, the way teams don’t play against them.

– Simon

As Neale reported in his recent Members only stats dive, West Ham have tweaked their playing style since Lingard joined, scoring significantly more goals from what Opta term “fast breaks”.

But could opponents soon start to cotton on to their new tactics?

As teams dominate, more data becomes available on how such teams play and how best to play against them. Sometimes all it takes is one tactical innovation; double-marking a certain player, surrendering space on the wings to pack the centre or exploiting an aerial weakness to bring a streak of dominance to an end.

– Simon

Lingard was a notable omission from Tom Stephenson’s Gameweek 31 Wildcard, and for the moment the high-flying manager will continue to go without him. 

Meanwhile Iheanacho may have a more difficult outing against West Brom than many expect, with Neale noting a marked defensive improvement in the Baggies: 

The impact of the excellent Okay Yokuslu and Ainsley Maitland-Niles in front of the back four has been key: since the former’s debut in Gameweek 24, only Manchester United have conceded fewer goals than the Albion.

– Neale

But when we make transfers we generally do so with more than one Gameweek in mind – and the fixtures remain encouraging for both West Ham and Leicester.

One player stands out in particular: Jesse Lingard. Not only are his expected goal involvement stats the highest, but West Ham also have some great fixtures to come, including Newcastle United, Burnley, Everton, West Brom and Southampton. He’s nailed, guaranteed to start and almost always plays 90 minutes.

– Andy

And Zophar will be putting his money where his mouth is by adding both in-form players to his side:

We need to acknowledge the purple patch and look to capitalise on it right away. Both Iheanacho and Lingard will be making their way into my squad this week. If you don’t own one, or both, I strongly suggest you make plans to do so.

– Zophar

On the Beach

As we enter the business end of the season, motivation often plays a bigger role for players and teams. 

It can boost the performance of those aiming to qualify for Europe or escape relegation, and similarly for players we can see improvement in those gunning for a new contract or move away, and with the Euros this summer, those looking to secure a spot in a national team squad.

Conversely, we can also observe a dip in performance for those who have nothing to play for

This means that we can conclude that teams that have little to play for at the end of the season perform significantly worse at the end of the season.

– Andrew Puopolo, Harvard study on Premier League team performance

Four Premier League teams are still competing in either the Champions or Europa League, and those players will be looking to catch their manager’s eye.

At Chelsea, Kai Havertz and Christian Pulisic (both £8.2m) have impressed of late:

[Havertz] needs to be in high positions, either half positions or the number nine position. This is not a big difference for me. He got a second chance to show up after Porto and he did that.

– Thomas Tuchel

While Pulisic has made the most of his opportunity, with Thomas Tuchel commenting “I think the half positions in the front three could be a perfect fit for him.

Elsewhere, Bukayo Saka (£5.1m) was picked out by Andy when he ran the rule over replacements for the injured Pedro Neto (£5.7m). The Arsenal youngster scored against Slavia Prague last night and the Gunners enjoy favourable fixtures to end the season.

But the Manchester United fan was less upbeat about the prospects for Bruno Fernandes (£11.6m), urging managers to reassess the Portuguese after he faces Burnley and Leeds United in Gameweeks 32 and 33.

Compared to his fellow premium-priced players, Bruno hasn’t been producing the underlying stats to warrant his inclusion in our squads:

Over the last six matches, Kane’s expected goal involvement (xGI) without penalties is 5.57; contrast that to Salah at 3.83 and Fernandes at 2.62. The biggest thing for me is that number for Fernandes is made up from just 0.85 xG. He’s had just three shots in the box over that time, compared to Kane with 14 and Salah with 16.

– Andy

Community Competitions and Head-to-Head Fixtures

Perhaps in the lull between the deadline and the first match of the Gameweek you might have time to take part in the Fantasy Football Scout Survey.

Put together by Az in his capacity as Members Strategy Manager, the survey is your chance to have a say on every aspect of the Fantasy Football Scout brand and should take around 20 to 30 minutes to complete. 

Five £50 Amazon vouchers are being offered as an incentive for filling out the survey, simply provide your email address to enter the draw.

As usual, RedLightning provided us with his comprehensive round-up of the latest Community mini-leagues and competitions and Neale reviewed the cup results

We have another David and Goliath clash in round seven of the FFS Open Cup as the lowest-ranked manager, ronaldez, Jarvish’s conqueror in the last round, faces Shuddahaddum, the highest-ranked manager. 

Finally, the Head-to-Head fixtures for Gameweek 32 can be found below. 

The scores and tables update 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. Pukki Blinders
    • 2 Years
    6 months, 3 days ago

    BB this?

    Forster Pereira Phillips Rudiger

    1. Fulchester's New Centr…
      • 4 Years
      6 months, 3 days ago

      No

    2. TheDragon
      • 3 Years
      6 months, 3 days ago

      I would

      The chances are rapidly running out

    3. pingissimus
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      6 months, 3 days ago

      Looks quite okay

      Either now or DGW - Leicester Chelsea both good chances for DGW then along with other teams including Forster and Southampton

      Hold?

    4. GreennRed
      • 10 Years
      6 months, 3 days ago

      Yes. You went Pereira over Diagne last week?

      1. Pukki Blinders
        • 2 Years
        6 months, 3 days ago

        Went Wilson mate. Pereira is a Neto placeholder, haven’t made the transfer yet

  2. TAT
    • 3 Years
    6 months, 3 days ago

    Can only start one out of TAA, Dias and Holding, but who?

    1. TheDragon
      • 3 Years
      6 months, 3 days ago

      Really....

      1. TAT
        • 3 Years
        6 months, 3 days ago

        ?

        1. TheDragon
          • 3 Years
          6 months, 3 days ago

          Holding

          1. TAT
            • 3 Years
            6 months, 3 days ago

            Leaning towards starting Trent because of the attacking potential, but I doubt Liverpool will get a CS.

            1. TheDragon
              • 3 Years
              6 months, 3 days ago

              Holding has more goal threat this week given fixtures

              1. TAT
                • 3 Years
                6 months, 3 days ago

                My only reservation about starting Holding, is that he plays for Arsenal. The fixture is a good of course.

    2. Fulchester's New Centr…
      • 4 Years
      6 months, 3 days ago

      Trent

      1. TAT
        • 3 Years
        6 months, 3 days ago

        Leaning towards starting him because of the attacking potential. I expect Leeds to do well though!

    3. tom2224
      • 4 Years
      6 months, 3 days ago

      Trent and holding

      1. TAT
        • 3 Years
        6 months, 3 days ago

        Can only start one of them 🙂

    4. Il Capitano
      • 1 Year
      6 months, 3 days ago

      TAA

      1. TAT
        • 3 Years
        6 months, 3 days ago

        TAA is in my starting eleven right now, but I'm not that confident of a CS.

        1. Little Red Lacazette
          • 5 Years
          6 months, 3 days ago

          You didn't spend 7.4 just for CSs.

          1. TAT
            • 3 Years
            6 months, 3 days ago

            Of course not. My only concern is that he's playing Leeds; who admittedly can be bad defensively too.

    5. pingissimus
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      6 months, 3 days ago

      Can't think of two defenders I'd start over TAA this week -and I have Coady

      1. TAT
        • 3 Years
        6 months, 3 days ago

        The other two being? 🙂

    6. Little Red Lacazette
      • 5 Years
      6 months, 3 days ago

      TAA

      1. TAT
        • 3 Years
        6 months, 3 days ago

        I'm on TAA at the moment, though I expect I'll be benching a CS. Hate that I made it so difficult for myself when playing the WC last gameweek!

  3. The Reptile
    • 10 Years
    6 months, 3 days ago

    Leno -

    Shaw - TAA - Sais

    Jota - Son - Lingard - Bruno

    Laca - Nacho - Kane

    Bench - Leno - Stones - Gundo - Azpilicueta

    W/c in haste last week to BB this week but forgot Spurts had DGW -

    Do I triple captain Kane and BB later (GW35?) or BB today and TC Kane v SHU?

    Help appreciated!

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

      TC Kane

  4. Sid07
    • 7 Years
    6 months, 3 days ago

    On wc
    1) get reguillon this week and transfer to shaw next week
    2) get shaw

  5. Mufc202020
    • 2 Years
    6 months, 3 days ago

    Anyone not captaining Kane??

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

      Son(TC)

      1. Mufc202020
        • 2 Years
        6 months, 3 days ago

        Nice, any reason why you’ve gone Son over Kane??

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

          Chasing

    2. GreennRed
      • 10 Years
      6 months, 3 days ago

      Hard to ignore his form.

  6. Bobby Digital
    • 4 Years
    6 months, 3 days ago

    Anyone else FHitting GW33? Got 3 Spurs and 2 City.

  7. wildnothing
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 4 Years
    6 months, 3 days ago

    Mendy
    TAA Alonso Reguilon Saiss
    Son (vc) Bruno Mount Jota
    Kane (tc) Iheanacho

    Forster Lingard Wood Phillips

    1. wildnothing
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 4 Years
      6 months, 3 days ago

      Gtg or play Lingard instead of Mount?

  8. Jdpz
    • 1 Year
    6 months, 3 days ago

    Best GK to next 5 gws?

    1. Bobby Digital
      • 4 Years
      6 months, 3 days ago

      Schmeichel easy

  9. GinjaWhinja
    • 12 Years
    6 months, 3 days ago

    For next 3, stuck on:

    A) A.Traore
    B) Pereira

  10. Jdpz
    • 1 Year
    6 months, 3 days ago

    Best 3 defenders?

    1. Il Capitano
      • 1 Year
      6 months, 3 days ago

      Taribo West, Titus Bramble and Paul McShane

      But on a serious note, for this week only I'd say Regillion, TAA and Coady/Chelsea def probably.

  11. The Reptile
    • 10 Years
    6 months, 3 days ago

    Leno -

    Shaw - TAA - Sais

    Jota - Son - Lingard - Bruno

    Laca - Nacho - Kane

    Bench - Mendy - Stones - Gundo - Azpilicueta

    W/c in haste last week to BB this week but forgot Spurts had DGW -

    Do I triple captain Kane and BB later (GW35?) or BB today and TC Kane v SHU?

    Help appreciated!

    1. pingissimus
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      6 months, 3 days ago

      No BB with Stones and Gundo

      Very much doubt Stones starts and Gundo 50/50 at best

      1. The Reptile
        • 10 Years
        6 months, 3 days ago

        Thanks Pingissimus - That has help make up my mind.

  12. Abusive_Sgt_Daelrhos
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 7 Years
    6 months, 3 days ago

    I wish I was brave to captan Son since I'm chasing 80 points:/

    1. Mufc202020
      • 2 Years
      6 months, 3 days ago

      I’m tempted but scared

    2. TheDragon
      • 3 Years
      6 months, 3 days ago

      Captain Son really isn’t that brave

      Captain Reguillon, Iheanacho or Lingard would be brave

      1. Abusive_Sgt_Daelrhos
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 7 Years
        6 months, 3 days ago

        Everyone in ML gonna TC Kane. Could be devastating if Son fails.

    3. pingissimus
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      6 months, 3 days ago

      Son is quite logical - he's got over 180 points and more double digit hauls than Kane this season

      1. Abusive_Sgt_Daelrhos
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 7 Years
        6 months, 3 days ago

        Kane in form tho?

        1. pingissimus
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 2 Years
          6 months, 3 days ago

          Kane is logical too of course 😉

  13. The SK
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 4 Years
    6 months, 3 days ago

    G2G especially bench order?

    Martinez
    Cancelo Alonso Shaw
    Salah(VC) Son Lingard Jota
    Kane(TC) Cavani Iheanacho

    Areola Rudiger Raphinha Burn

  14. Kun Tozser
    • 6 Years
    6 months, 3 days ago

    Play 2

    Mount
    Rudiger
    Cancelo

  15. Il Capitano
    • 1 Year
    6 months, 3 days ago

    0FT - 3.3m ITB

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

    Fabri - ESR Digne Targett

    Start Digne or risk Cresswell?

  16. McPollolocco
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    6 months, 3 days ago

    My starting XI:

    Martinez
    Coufal, TAA, Rüdiger
    Salah, Pereira, Greenwood, Mahrez, Maddison
    Ings, Kane

    Bench: Forster, Bamford, Holding, Digne

    what do you say? Who would you put on the bench and in what order??

  17. DavidHopkin
    • 10 Years
    6 months, 3 days ago

    1 FT, trail by 42pts. What to do with sterling:

    - hold for one more week
    - Bruno (ML leader owns)
    - Pogba

  18. In a Rush
    • 4 Years
    6 months, 3 days ago

    Last wild card decision

    A.Greenwood
    B. Pulisic
    C.havertz

    1. Bobby Digital
      • 4 Years
      6 months, 3 days ago

      C

      1. In a Rush
        • 4 Years
        6 months, 3 days ago

        Cheers Bobby I’ve been on Greenwood but do fancy 1 of the Chelsea lads. No other Utd attack though.

        1. Bobby Digital
          • 4 Years
          6 months, 3 days ago

          A if no Bruno

    2. Miguel Sanchez
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      6 months, 3 days ago

      A

      1. In a Rush
        • 4 Years
        6 months, 3 days ago

        Cheers miguel

    3. pingissimus
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      6 months, 3 days ago

      A

      1. In a Rush
        • 4 Years
        6 months, 3 days ago

        Cheers

    4. GreennRed
      • 10 Years
      6 months, 3 days ago

      B

      1. In a Rush
        • 4 Years
        6 months, 3 days ago

        Cheers green red at least 1 vote for each so far

  19. Miguel Sanchez
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 5 Years
    6 months, 3 days ago

    Am I the owner of a pizza oven cause of FFS adverts?

  20. RAFA THE GAFFA
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 5 Years
    6 months, 3 days ago

    Who to swop for Son?

    A. Salah (buy back next week)
    B. Bruno
    C. Neither (switch off tonight!)

    Mendy
    TAA. Shaw. Coady. Holding
    Salah. Bruno. Lingard. Jota
    Kane. Iheanacho
    (Forster, Gundog, Rudiger, DCL**)

    1. Miguel Sanchez
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      6 months, 3 days ago

      If you’ve left it this late it’s probably not worth bringing him in

      1. RAFA THE GAFFA
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 5 Years
        6 months, 3 days ago

        Why? Haha!

        Logic being that I’m too undecided?

        1. Miguel Sanchez
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 5 Years
          6 months, 3 days ago

          Yeah - you’d have done it by now if you were more certain

          1. RAFA THE GAFFA
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 5 Years
            6 months, 3 days ago

            Yeah, thanks MS. I’ll hold tight. GL to you mate (except Son!) 🙂

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

      Bruno if you want to, but i would hold.

  21. Tabbara
    • 4 Years
    6 months, 3 days ago

    Who to bench
    Shaw or Rudiger
    Thx

    1. TheDragon
      • 3 Years
      6 months, 3 days ago

      Rudiger - I don’t think it’s that close

  22. TB303
    • 4 Years
    6 months, 3 days ago

    Would u BB this?

    There are slightly better game weeks but worried about Vydra and Diop losing their places soon

    Coady (shu home)
    Vydra (Man Utd away)
    Diop (New away)
    Forster (Tot away)

  23. Jdpz
    • 1 Year
    6 months, 3 days ago

    Who is "must have" on wildcard?

    1. TheDragon
      • 3 Years
      6 months, 3 days ago

      Forster

      1. Utopsis
        • 1 Year
        6 months, 3 days ago

        Nailed it

    2. Miguel Sanchez
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      6 months, 3 days ago

      Your posts are pretty lazy

    3. GreennRed
      • 10 Years
      6 months, 3 days ago

      Egyptian lad, a friend of Mustapha Loadapoints.

  24. JJO
    • 9 Years
    6 months, 3 days ago

    A) Vardy
    B) Cavani
    C) Laca
    D) someone else bot Kane or Nacho?

  25. Artemon
    • 7 Years
    6 months, 3 days ago

    Another benching headache!

    Need to BENCH 2 of these - help please guys

    A) Coady (Sheff U Home)
    B) Rudiger (Brighton home)
    C) Holding (Fulham home)
    D) Gundogan (Villa away)
    E) TAA (Leeds away)

  26. Mackans
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 3 Years
    6 months, 3 days ago

    Who to start and why?

    A. Holding (FUL)
    B. Rüdiger (BHA)

  27. Sid07
    • 7 Years
    6 months, 3 days ago

    On wc which wolves def to get
    1) saiss
    2) coady
    3) semedo

  28. Slitherene
    • 3 Years
    6 months, 3 days ago

    BB or TC Kane?

    Areola ¦ Sanchez
    Dias Alonso Shaw Coady
    Bruno Salah Lingard
    Kane Iheanacho Vardy
    | Pereira Saka Phillips

    1. Sid07
      • 7 Years
      6 months, 3 days ago

      Tc kane

  29. Gowiththeflow
    • 3 Years
    6 months, 3 days ago

    Help in here please 🙂

    A) Loris + R. Pereira
    or
    B) Patrício + Reguilon

    ?

    Thanks guys

    1. Magic Zico
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      6 months, 3 days ago

      A

      1. Gowiththeflow
        • 3 Years
        6 months, 3 days ago

        Thanks!

  30. Ejaaz11
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 6 Years
    6 months, 3 days ago

    My team
    Pope
    Stones, holding, wanb
    Gundo, jota, Salah, son, Fernandez
    Kane, nacho

    Is it worth bringing in Loris and lingard for gundo and Pope for a hit?