Scout Notes

Alexander-Arnold offering FPL consistency ahead of appealing Liverpool fixtures

Leeds 1-1 Liverpool

  • Goals: Diego Llorente (£4.4m) | Sadio Mané (£11.7m)
  • Assists: Jack Harrison (£5.4m) | Trent Alexander-Arnold (£7.4m)
  • Bonus points: Alexander-Arnold x3, Llorente x2, Illan Meslier x1 (£4.7m)

FOLLOW THE TRENT

Trent Alexander-Arnold (£7.4m) continues to command a significant place on the Fantasy Premier League radar after securing his third attacking return in as many matches.

The right-back produced his fifth assist of the campaign as Liverpool drew 1-1 with Leeds at Elland Road and was minutes away from a third successive double-digit haul before Diego Llorente (£4.4m) struck a late equaliser.

Despite losing the clean sheet, Alexander-Arnold still claimed all three bonus points and remains on a fantastic run of Fantasy points.

Between Double Gameweek 26 and 32, the premium defender has scored a total of 52, working out at 7.4 points per match.

The fact that Sadio Mané (£11.8m) scored his first league goal since January, and only his fourth since October, should also be of encouragement to Alexander-Arnold owners and any potential suitors.

Not including Fantasy assists, eight of his Premier League assists have been for the Senegalese international, at least three more than he has provided for any other player. If Mané can get back to his best form, Alexander-Arnold should benefit too. 

And, of course, Liverpool’s fixtures continue to offer plenty of appeal with Newcastle (home), Southampton (home), West Bromwich Albion (away), Burnley (away) and Crystal Palace (home) five of their remaining six opponents this season.

75% of Mané’s league goals this season have come away from home (six of eight), with three of Liverpool’s next five matches set to take place on the road.

THE ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM

Still, it must be said that Liverpool’s ability to capitalise on their upcoming appealing fixtures might be something Fantasy onlookers may have some concerns about.

The Reds are one of six teams who have signed up to the newly-formed European Super League, a move which has been met with criticism in the football world.

Consequently, the build-up to Liverpool’s Double Gameweek 32 meeting with Leeds featured a somewhat unique dynamic for their players and manager, with protests outside Elland Road and challenging questions from the media. 

What impact these scenarios will have on Liverpool on a longer-term basis remains to be seen, of course, but it is worth highlighting that the managers and players of Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur are likely to face something similar in the coming days – while representatives of the other 14 Premier League clubs are expected to be under much less scrutiny.

“Obviously, I heard first time about it yesterday. I was trying to prepare a very difficult game against Leeds United. We got some informations, not a lot, to be honest. Most of the things you can read in the newspaper. It’s a tough one. People are not happy, I can understand that. I cannot say more because we were not involved in any processes. Not me, or players. We will have to wait how it develops.” – Jurgen Klopp, speaking pre-match

“The boys didn’t do anything wrong. I want to make sure everyone understands that.” – Jurgen Klopp, speaking pre-match

“This morning I had a short meeting and told the boys the things I know, which is not a lot and then we just try to focus on the game, which we will do.” – Jurgen Klopp, speaking pre-match

“I heard already there are warm-up shirts or whatever. We will not wear them because we cannot. But if somebody thinks he has to remind us you have to earn to go to the Champions League, that’s a real joke. It makes me angry. If it was a Leeds idea, thank you very much. Nobody has to remind us, maybe they should remind themselves.” – Jurgen Klopp, speaking pre-match

“(We played) very good. I was not in doubt about that.” – Jurgen Klopp, speaking post-match

“I just don’t think it’s right (to ask Liverpool players to wear shirts protesting the European Super League). Everybody knows what is the idea behind it. I don’t think we deserved that, as a team to bring us into these kinds of situations. In this specific moment, we cannot blame the team. I take the criticism for everything if we don’t play well, we feel responsible and the players do the same. But for this (the European Super League), we have nothing to do with it, to be honest. The supporters were shouting at us. People forget that we are people as well.” – Jurgen Klopp, speaking post-match

LINE-UP LESSONS

Salah benched as Matip returns for Liverpool's Palace visit

There were a number of key pieces of team news from Liverpool’s 1-1 draw, including a frustrating development for owners of budget defender Nathaniel Phillips (£4.1m).

The centre-back missed out on the game with a minor hamstring injury, with Fabinho (£5.4m) called into defence to play alongside Ozan Kabak (£5.0m) for only the second time in the Premier League.

The last time they featured together was against Chelsea, meaning they are yet to keep a clean sheet as a centre-back pairing thus far.

Meanwhile, Mohamed Salah (£12.5m) found himself among the Liverpool substitutes on Monday night after a run of 12 back-to-back Premier League starts.

While that restricted him to a one-point cameo, the Egyptian is now, of course, more likely to start the Blank Gameweek 33 meeting with Newcastle and, in producing two shots at Elland Road, became the second player to record 100 attempts on goal in the Premier League this season (101 in total), after Harry Kane (£11.8m), currently on 117.

Leeds midfielder Raphinha (£5.5m) also missed out with the knock he sustained at Manchester City. According to Marcelo Bielsa, he is still in the process of recovering ahead of a Blank Gameweek 33 encounter with Manchester United.

“He is in the process of recovery. We will have to continue evaluating him on a daily basis.” – Marcelo Bielsa

Leeds United XI (4-1-4-1): Meslier; Alioski (Klich 79′), Llorente, Struijk, Ayling; K Phillips; Costa (Poveda-Ocampo 67′), Roberts (Hernández 86′), Dallas, Harrison; Bamford.

Liverpool XI (4-3-3): Alisson; Robertson, Kabak, Fabinho, Alexander-Arnold; Thiago, Wijnaldum, Milner; Mané (Salah 71′), Firmino, Jota (Oxlade-Chamberlain 81′).

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132 Comments Post a Comment
  1. Forza Papac
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 5 Years
    2 months, 3 days ago

    Pep presser happening now

    1. Forza Papac
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      2 months, 3 days ago

      "Honestly we are not the right people to answer these questions. The presidents can talk more clearly. It's a little bit uncomfortable because we don't have all the information."

      1. Eh, just one more thing ...
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 9 Years
        2 months, 3 days ago

        He’s just said ... “it’s not sport” ... regards ESL ... so at least he has made that clear that he is against such a ‘closed shop’ farce where competition is irrelevant ... like 99% of people.

        1. GreennRed
          • 9 Years
          2 months, 3 days ago

          Gary Neville seemed optimistic that City will be the first PL club to pull out. Their owners aren't stuck for a few quid.

  2. Sz21
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 9 Years
    2 months, 3 days ago

    Any ideas here?
    Stones-> TAA would mean I need to find 2 million elsewhere.
    Bruno/ Son out potentially.. Son has some great fixtures coming tho.

    Martinez.
    Shaw, Rudiger, Burn, Dallas.
    Jota, Salah, Bruno, Lingard.
    Iheanacho (c), Watkins.
    Steer, Stones, Kane, Son.
    0ft, 0.4m ITB, No more chips.

  3. Muscout
    • 1 Year
    2 months, 3 days ago

    Any further news on Kane and Ling injuries?

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

    Sterling and Struijk to Trent and Greenwood(-4) gives me this. Thoughts?

    Martinez
    Trent • Azpi • Shaw • White
    Salah(C) • Jota • Greenwood • Lingard
    Iheanacho • Bamford
    (3.9 / Kane / Son / Dawson)

    1. sirmorbach
      • 5 Years
      2 months, 3 days ago

      Like that.

    2. Keeptrying
      • 7 Years
      2 months, 3 days ago

      Go for it!

  5. sirmorbach
    • 5 Years
    2 months, 3 days ago

    A quick help here, friends, please? 2 ft

    Mendy / Forster
    TAA / Dias* / Coufal / Rüdiger /  Holding
    Salah / Bruno / Son* / Gündogan* / Lingard
    Kane* / Wood /  Iheanacho

    A. Son out -> Greenwood/Maddison/Mount/Jota in (who?), hold one ft
    B. Son, Gündo out -> Two of Greenwood/Maddison/Mount/Jota in (who?)
    C. Son, Kane out -> Greenwood (or Mount, or Jota), Vardy in
    D. Something else?

    Leaning towards B with Greenwood and Maddison..

  6. CrouchDown
    • 8 Years
    2 months, 3 days ago

    Has Mason said anything about Kane in his presser?

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

      He’s not that old is he

  7. Forza Papac
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 5 Years
    2 months, 3 days ago

    Zidane bottled it.

    "That's a question for the president, I'm just here to talk about tomorrow's game, and the rest of the season in La Liga and Champions. The rest is not my job."

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

      All of them are saying the same

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

      Compare and contrast with Pep

      “Sport is not a sport when the relation between the effort and reward don’t exist. It’s not a sport when it doesn’t matter if you lose. It’s not fair if teams fight at the top and cannot qualify”.”

  8. 2EyedTurk
    • 5 Years
    2 months, 3 days ago

    Calling it "double gameweek 32" all the time seems odd considering only Spurs have a double. Any reason why it's done? Or have I answered my own question?! Seems pretty pointless really

    1. Kannbury
      • 1 Year
      2 months, 3 days ago

      It's like when they call it a blank gameweek when about 4 teams aren't playing, there are still games on!

      1. 2EyedTurk
        • 5 Years
        2 months, 3 days ago

        Exactly. I think it's fine talking about Double Gameweek when Spurs are mentioned but don't see the point here with Liverpool.

    2. Black Knights
      • 9 Years
      2 months, 3 days ago

      It's a gameweek that includes a team playing twice, i guess. Just as simple as that.

  9. CrouchDown
    • 8 Years
    2 months, 3 days ago

    "Ryan Mason says he does not know whether Harry Kane will be fit for the Carabao Cup final. He has not trained today and Mason cannot offer a timescale on his return"

  10. Kannbury
    • 1 Year
    2 months, 3 days ago

    TAA quietly racking up the points recently 🙂

    1. Miguel Sanchez
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 4 Years
      2 months, 3 days ago

      4x max 3 BPS in a row

  11. Black Knights
    • 9 Years
    2 months, 3 days ago

    Mason when asked if Kane will be fit: 'Not sure. He didn't train today. Taking it day by day. Not sure about the weekend yet.'

    Doesn't sounds great for tomorrow.

    1. Brehmeren
      • 11 Years
      2 months, 3 days ago

      Certainly out for tomorrow

      1. Black Knights
        • 9 Years
        2 months, 3 days ago

        Will have to be satisfied with a semi-reasonable TC for a change. Could've been a whopper though.

        1. Brehmeren
          • 11 Years
          2 months, 3 days ago

          Yep, I needed a bit more to close the gap in my ML.

    2. DA Minnion (In Bielsa we tr…
      • 8 Years
      2 months, 3 days ago

      Not a chance of him playing tomorrow.

      1. SINGH
        • 2 Years
        2 months, 3 days ago

        Not necessarily. He could train in the morning session and appear for 60 mins.

        1. GreennRed
          • 9 Years
          2 months, 3 days ago

          Unlikely. Why make his injury worse just before Carabao Final.

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    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • Has Moderation Rights
    • 10 Years
    2 months, 3 days ago

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

    Not quite as clear cut as the Germans but PSG are ruling themselves out.

    Goodbye ESL.

    Here's the new edition of the Anglo Italian Cup with some Spanish interest.

    1. GreennRed
      • 9 Years
      2 months, 3 days ago

      Morgan's Mercenaries Cup. The MMC.

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

      The Super Six are now potentially stuffed

      They have effectively hitched their wagon to Real Madrid and Barcelona backing a completion with no history or branding relevance against backing Bayern and PSG and a competition with great history and branding. Tricky to argue that either Barcelona or RM are greater forces in football today than the French and German champions.

      1. GreennRed
        • 9 Years
        2 months, 3 days ago

        Trophywise, no. Worldwide brand to pull in a huge TV audience, yes. It's all about the telly.

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

          They will be running head to head and will need to expand the market to come out ahead. They won't be getting 100% market share as they were before - there will be people who will choose to watch Champions League instead.

          The biggest stars today are not Messi and Ronaldo. They play for German and French clubs. Mbappe and Haaland are the future. They need to be told that Chamions Leagues are irrelevant and they need to play for ESL teams.

          1. GreennRed
            • 9 Years
            2 months, 3 days ago

            I think they'll also try creating a new market of fickle hipsters that know nothing about football but will easily part with cash to be in the cool club. They'll have their Spotify, Apple TV, Netflix apps and go for the cool ESL app. It'll have to include a few football basics tutorials of course. That's if it ever happens, I don't think it will.

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

              Probs

              Think it's now dead without the Germans and the French myself.

              If it happens there will be an almighty transfer window coming up as it's more or less necessary to get all the A listers in the ESL. From my own experience of living in a non footballing country it's the names of the players that count almost as much as the teams.

              Both Barca and RM are more or less Galactico free nowadays. Certainly a far cry from their heyday.

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

    If you look up the definition of a leader in the dictionary it gives Henderson as an example

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

    KDB + Dias to:
    A. Salah + any def up to 5.3
    B. TAA + any mid up to 10.4 (have Son, Jota, Lingard)

    Also have Phillips from Liverpool.

    1. GreennRed
      • 9 Years
      2 months, 3 days ago

      B.

  16. Scholes Out Forever
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 7 Years
    2 months, 3 days ago

    Henderson and Pep showing their class today

    1. g40steve
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      2 months, 3 days ago

      Rashford added his thoughts

      1. Scholes Out Forever
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 7 Years
        2 months, 3 days ago

        Rashy and Bruno are the real ones with a big enough platform

  17. GreennRed
    • 9 Years
    2 months, 3 days ago

    Who here had their spirits lifted during COVID by the Peter Crouch podcast? Legend.

    Thank you Pete and the lads 🙂

    1. Miguel Sanchez
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 4 Years
      2 months, 3 days ago

      Piss off Karl

    2. No end product
      • 5 Years
      2 months, 3 days ago

      Brilliant - still chuckle at his first day of retirement when he was amazed that Good Morning Britain seems to seamlessly morph into Lorraine and then Loose Women

  18. Fuddled FC
    • 9 Years
    2 months, 3 days ago

    Sterling to who, in order?

    a) Maddison
    b) Greenwood
    c) Bruno
    d) Rashford
    e) Someone else

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

      CBDA

  19. SHOWSTOPPERRR
    • 3 Years
    2 months, 3 days ago

    What did Henderson said about esl?

  20. g40steve
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 3 Years
    2 months, 3 days ago

    BBC, Andreas Christensen is likely to return for Chelsea following a three-match absence because of a muscle injury.

    Thiago Silva could be rested, with head coach Thomas Tuchel concerned about the Brazilian's recent workload, while Mateo Kovacic remains out.

    1. Miguel Sanchez
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 4 Years
      2 months, 3 days ago

      I think it'll be:

      Kepa
      Azpi Christensen Zouma
      CHO Jorginho Kante Alonso
      Ziyech Havertz Pulisic

      1. Pompel
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 7 Years
        2 months, 3 days ago

        I fear no Rudi too - Dallas (1pt) or Konsa(MCI) on from bench for me then 🙁

      2. seanie3
        • 10 Years
        2 months, 3 days ago

        I hope mendy plays as will want to win this game with West Ham and Liverpool dropping points , playing kepa is not going to improve the chances of a win and sentiment needs to stay out of team selection

        1. Miguel Sanchez
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 4 Years
          2 months, 3 days ago

          Think Tuchel alluded to playing Kepa again after the Cup Semi. Has done it earlier this season too after Kepa has kept a clean sheet in the cup. Would also expect Kepa to start in the cup final too now.

    2. GreennRed
      • 9 Years
      2 months, 3 days ago

      Is Mendy injured?

      1. Miguel Sanchez
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        2 months, 3 days ago

        No but see my comment above. Tuchel quote below.

        “I think everybody, including the two other goalkeepers, were wishing for a top performance and a clean sheet from him (Kepa). I’m very happy for him that he delivered and it is very likely that he has another match against Brighton maybe.”

        1. GreennRed
          • 9 Years
          2 months, 3 days ago

          Fek. Forster so. Hope Mendy is back next for BGW

    3. Avery
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      2 months, 3 days ago

      Fingers crossed for Havertz haul and Mendy starts

  21. The Mandalorian
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 8 Years
    2 months, 3 days ago

    JP Morgan the US bank financing the Super League is the same bank Ed Woodward loaned the money from to buy Man United for the Glazers.

    Ed Woodward and the Glazers are the ones behind setting up the Super League. United is now over a billion pounds in debt.

    Their business model is based on NFL teams whereby you purchase star players to increase the fan base. However this has largely failed leading to falling revenues and increased debt.

    Potentially United could go bankrupt in the future if things continue as they are.

    Good YouTube video on MUFCs finances.

    https://youtu.be/EaHjFWrlElc

    1. fclackless [Brazil Nuts]
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      2 months, 3 days ago

      There will be a lot of footy fans raising a .... errr gutted by this news

    2. Scholes Out Forever
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 7 Years
      2 months, 3 days ago

      This whole thing is to just mask the owners' utter incompetence at managing a global sporting product.

      Arsenal: Huge debts from a stadium, still havent recovered. Cant put out a consistent sporting product on the pitch due to poor investments and overballooned wages.

      Tottenham: Huge debts from stadium, cant put out a consistent sporting product on the pitch due to stadium debts

      United: Huge debts from loans, cant put out a consistent sporting product on the pitch due to incompetence in the transfer windows

      Juventus: Huge debts from stadium, rocked by cheating in the mid 2000's, cant win Champions League

      Madrid and Barcelona: Huge debts, terrible transfers, gives players astronomical wages, then cries about not enough money.

      Absolute joke

      1. GreennRed
        • 9 Years
        2 months, 3 days ago

        Chelsea: ties to the world's biggest criminal.

        1. Scholes Out Forever
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 7 Years
          2 months, 3 days ago

          At least they've been managed well and arent burdened financially. They sell players and recoup their losses, have a solid wage structure and arent in the red every year.

          Chelsea and City are the clubs that dont need this. They just signed on so they dont miss out if this thing goes through

          1. GreennRed
            • 9 Years
            2 months, 3 days ago

            Tell that to the bereaved Rilussians and Ukrainians.

      2. Scholes Out Forever
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 7 Years
        2 months, 3 days ago

        Lets not forget AC Milan, havent been relevant in ages because they overpay for players like Robinho and let players like Bonucci leave. Joke.

        If Leicester can win a league with players that cost nothing like Mahrez and Ngolo, and Ajax can develop players to take them to CL semis, you'd think these big clubs can figure it out without going bacnkrupt. Thats what happens when you put a banker like Ed Woodward in charge

        1. Maximus Bonimus Pointimus
          • 11 Years
          2 months, 3 days ago

          It’s utterly ridiculous isn’t it?

          The mixture of arrogance & cowardice

      3. son of city
          2 months, 3 days ago

          this is serious.

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

        Chelsea and City don’t need this and they were reluctant to sign. Surely if they were to pull out it wouldn’t go ahead.

    3. Scholes Out Forever
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 7 Years
      2 months, 3 days ago

      Imagine you're Ryan Mason and your first press conference is about why your boss is trying to push a proposal forward where it doesnt matter if you succeed or fail

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

      A. Dias > Pereira

      B. Son > Greenwood

      0.1ITB 2FT
      Mendy // Forster
      Trent / Ruidger / Veltman / Holding // Dias
      Salah / Bruno / Jota / Lingard // Son
      Iheanacho / Vydra // Kane

      1. son of city
          2 months, 3 days ago

          quick question, why son?

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

            It's just for the blank. If I lose Son I would likely bring him back for Fernandes next week. That way I get double United v Leeds and Son back for SHU. Only thing is that's two transfers when I could just bench Son and use them elsewhere.

            1. son of city
                2 months, 3 days ago

                so you have 100% confidence with son transfer?

              • GreennRed
                • 9 Years
                2 months, 3 days ago

                See how Son plays tomorrow before deciding. Leeds look good last few games and Bruno not making such an FPL impact like a few months ago. City and Pool weren't such tricky fixtures as the FDR predicted. They'll probably concede v United but not many and well able to score a few.

        • Disturbed
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 7 Years
          2 months, 3 days ago

          Any suggestions for the third forward here? Budget 10.2m

          Salah bruno son gundo lingard
          Nacho Vydra xxxxx

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

            Vardy?

            1. Disturbed
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 7 Years
              2 months, 3 days ago

              Not sure mate. Been non existent recently

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

            Bamford performance last night looked good, maybe time to jump back, fixtures look ok

            1. Disturbed
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 7 Years
              2 months, 3 days ago

              Plan to get him back on wc soon mate.

          3. Nikolai Volkoff
            • 5 Years
            2 months, 3 days ago

            Jesus?

          4. dunas_dog
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 5 Years
            2 months, 3 days ago

            Perhaps Watkins- good fixture in 33 and Villa should have double and play in blank if fixtures changed as rumoured

            1. Thomas Magnum
              • 5 Years
              2 months, 3 days ago

              If true about fixture changes, this is a good shout. If not Bamford, both will want a start at Euros so both have lots to play for, maybe C.Wilson but New seem safe enough now

              1. Disturbed
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 7 Years
                2 months, 3 days ago

                Forgot to mention it’s probably a one gw punt. Plan to WC before the dgw

        • TorresMagic™ - 6dcode
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • Has Moderation Rights
          • 12 Years
          2 months, 3 days ago

          Last Man Standing Update (123 teams)

          Current safety score = 48
          Top score = 75
          LMS average = 51.21 (-0.94) = 50.27
          Players played = 5.48/12.36

          https://www.livefpl.net/LMS

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

          1ft and have no bench here and 5 at the back doesnt scream high upside, best move or moves here?

          Johnston
          James Trent Rudiger Fofana Holding
          Lingard Salah Jota
          vardy Nacho

          Forster Kane Son Neto

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

            0.1m itb

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

            hvae the xact same bench but MITB to afford greenwood this week at least.

            For your budget options are probably Neto > Saka/Periera/Trossard/Raph(if fit)

            Obviously could take a hit and include Son for better options but SHU next up so unlkely to be worth it?

        • No Kane No Gain
          • 2 Years
          2 months, 3 days ago

          Is it mad to consider Benteke as a filler this week then keep on bench until his double?!

          Trying hard to find a differential to nacho!

          1. No Kane No Gain
            • 2 Years
            2 months, 3 days ago

            Would be selling lacazette.

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

            Think Welbeck may be the better shout. Same fixture this week as in Benteke DGW and I'd - sadly - back Brighton over Palace any day.

            But if it's instead of Nacho even this overthinker says don't overthink it.

        • tibollom
          • 4 Years
          2 months, 3 days ago

          any ideas as to what to do with this team guys? Have quite a few doubtful players, 1FT and 0.6 ITB (WC left)..

          Lloris Areola
          AWB Dias Cresswell Veltman Struijk
          Bruno Raph KDB Lingard Jota
          Ihenacho Kane Watkins

          1. Thomas Magnum
            • 5 Years
            2 months, 3 days ago

            When are you looking to WC?

        • LIARS POKER
          • 4 Years
          2 months, 3 days ago

          Any ideas on what to do here with 2 ft? Planning to bench Kane and Son but risky considering some potential non-starters, could do Son to Greenwood for a punt?

          Leno
          TAA - Alonso - Rudiger - Holding
          Salah(c) - Jota - Lingard - Smith Rowe
          Vardy - Iheanacho

          Forster, Kane, Son, Masuaku

          1. Thomas Magnum
            • 5 Years
            2 months, 3 days ago

            I don't mind Son to Greenwood/Maddison as a punt, just depends though how bad you want Son for the Sheffield match

          2. Echoes
              2 months, 3 days ago

              Since you have 2 fts, Son -》 Greenwood could be a great move this week, as you could then bring back Son again next week if need and still have an extra transfer in hand. Do it.

          3. Thomas Magnum
            • 5 Years
            2 months, 3 days ago

            Any word on how bad the Nat Phillips hamstring problem is? Bench will be very thin next week if he's going to be out