Scout Squad

The Scout Squad’s best FPL players for Blank Gameweek 33

Double Gameweek 32 hasn’t even come to its conclusion yet but we’re already looking ahead to the next round of Premier League fixtures, with our Scout Squad panel reconvening to pick out their favoured Fantasy assets.

Less than 24 hours separate full-time in the Leicester v West Brom game and the Fantasy Premier League deadline for Blank Gameweek 33, which is at 18:30 BST on Friday.

Our panelists have a smaller pool of players to choose from this time, with four clubs – Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City, Southampton and Fulham – all blanking.

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 tonight.

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 Thursday evening.

DavidNealeTomAndy
GKRobert SánchezRobert SanchezRobert SánchezEmiliano Martínez
Sam JohnstoneEmiliano MartinezEmiliano MartínezRui Patrício
Aaron RamsdaleIllan MeslierRui PatrícioKasper Schmeichel
DFTrent Alexander-ArnoldTrent Alexander-ArnoldTrent Alexander-ArnoldTrent Alexander-Arnold
Ricardo PereiraWesley FofanaRicardo PereiraLuke Shaw
Luke ShawWilly BolyLewis DunkConor Coady
Joel VeltmanLuke ShawConor CoadyLewis Dunk
Kurt ZoumaConor TownsendRob HoldingRicardo Pereira
MFMohamed SalahMohamed SalahMohamed SalahMohamed Salah
Kai HavertzDiogo JotaBruno FernandesBruno Fernandes
Christian PulisicMason MountDiogo JotaMason Greenwood
Jesse LingardAdama TraoreMason MountDiogo Jota
Leandro TrossardAdam LallanaBukayo SakaBukayo Saka
FWKelechi IheanachoKelechi IheanachoKelechi IheanachoJamie Vardy
Jamie VardyJamie VardyJamie VardyKelechi Iheanacho
Chris WoodDanny WelbeckDanny WelbeckOllie Watkins
Matej VydraRicharlisonOllie WatkinsNeal Maupay
Mbaye DiagneChris WoodPatrick BamfordMbaye Diagne

Most popular picks: Trent Alexander-Arnold, Mohamed Salah, Jamie Vardy, Kelechi Iheanacho (four), Robert Sanchez, Emiliano Martinez, Luke Shaw, Ricardo Pereira, Diogo Jota (three)

DAVID SAID

With a trip to Sheffield United coming up, I am looking to Brighton’s defence for Blank Gameweek 33, including Robert Sanchez and Joel Veltman.

At the time of writing, Graham Potter’s men are still in the Premier League’s top three for expected goals conceded (xGC) over their last six matches while the Blades have blanked in four of their last five league outings.

Trent Alexander-Arnold is back to his Fantasy best right now with 7.4 points per game over the last seven matches. During his last six, he is joint-top of the league for big chances created and top among defenders for key passes.

Ricardo Pereira looks likely to play an advanced role for Leicester as they host Crystal Palace while Luke Shaw is behind only Alexander-Arnold for key passes among defenders over the last six.

Mohamed Salah should start for Liverpool when they host Newcastle on Saturday lunchtime given his Double Gameweek 32 rest. He has two goals in his last three outings.

I think Chelsea will enjoy playing West Ham on Saturday if the hosts will be without Declan Rice, Aaron Cresswell and Arthur Masuaku. The suspended Craig Dawson will also be missing, potentially opening the door for Chelsea.
The Hammers have conceded 10 goals across their last four league matches while Kai Havertz and Christian Pulisic have looked dangerous in the front three, with four and three attacking returns respectively across their last four.

That said, I expect Jesse Lingard to continue his scoring run considering he has still only blanked in one start since joining West Ham and is in the Premier League’s top five for shots on target over his last six matches.

Kelechi Iheanacho‘s form has been incredible, backed up by 14 shots in the box, seven big chances and 10 shots on target over his last six, figures that put him in the division’s top three for each statistic.

Meanwhile, Crystal Palace have the Premier League’s third-worst xGC figure over the same period.

That’s also good news for Jamie Vardy even though he is less of a goal-scoring threat than Iheanacho these days. Still, over the last six matches, he is joint-top of the division for big chances created. Essentially, if Iheanacho is going to score, Vardy stands the best chance of being his assister right now.

I also fancy Chris Wood and Matej Vydra to get something at Wolves. Nuno Espirito Santo’s men may have back-to-back clean sheets but Burnley’s attack has been in much better form than Sheffield United and Fulham’s recently.

Wood is top of the Premier League for shots on target across his last six matches, with three goals to show for it.

NEALE SAID

Bruno Fernandes and Mason Greenwood are among the headline omissions from my 18-man long-list this week.

This is no longer the gung-ho Leeds United team that the Red Devils thrashed in Gameweek 14, with Marcelo Bielsa’s side more controlled at both ends of the pitch and conceding at a rate of less than a goal a game over their last nine matches – and that’s despite facing Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea and West Ham United in that time.

The Whites are now conceding fewer high-quality chances but still allowing their goal to be peppered with efforts from range, which is a perfect recipe for the save-accumulating Illan Meslier.

Brighton have also been impressing at the back, with only Chelsea and City recording more clean sheets in 2021.

When Sheffield United provide the opposition, it’s usually a question of which players we triple up on rather than pondering if three assets is overkill.

The Blades have stopped the flow of headed chances conceded recently, which cools my interest in Lewis Dunk, but they are still susceptible elsewhere.

The trouble with Albion’s FPL options is that they are so evenly matched: in their last half-dozen matches, six of their players have all had between eight and 10 efforts on goal.

Adam Lallana isn’t a name we hear talked about much in FPL circles these days but he is among that contingent (eight shots in the box is better than what even Danny Welbeck can offer) and has been in superb ‘real-life’ form of late, so I’m backing him to exploit Sheffield United’s soft underbelly through the middle of the park.

Another wildcard pick is Conor Townsend, who is among the top ten defenders for big chances created since Gameweek 24. Why Gameweek 24? Well, that is the point at which Okay Yokuslu and Ainsley Maitland-Niles were first paired in the starting XI together. The two January window signings have made a massive difference to the Baggies and, ahead of Thursday’s game against Leicester, no side has conceded fewer Premier League goals over the last ten Gameweeks.

Ongoing concerns about Ricardo Pereira’s fitness lead me to Wesley Fofana as my Leicester pick. The young stopper has gained bonus points in four of the six matches in which he has kept a clean sheet and wasn’t too far away on the other two occasions.

Adama Traore also gets the nod and it’s not just because he has attacking returns in his last three appearances. It’s more about a tweak in position, with the flying winger now often operating more centrally alongside Willian Jose and seeing an increase in penalty box touches as a result.

This weekend, he and an admittedly limited Wolves attack face a Burnley side on the division’s longest clean sheet drought.

TOM SAID…

I’ve doubled up on Brighton and Hove Albion’s defence ahead of their Gameweek 33 meeting with Sheffield United, via Robert Sánchez and Lewis Dunk. Graham Potter’s side have now kept three clean sheets in their last four matches, while the Blades have managed just seven shots on target across the last six Gameweeks.

Wolverhampton Wanderers also get a defensive double-up from me. Against Sheffield United in Gameweek 32, Nuno Espírito Santo reverted his team back to a 3-4-3 formation, which helped shore up the defence and secure a second successive clean sheet. If they are to continue with that system on Sunday, Rui Patrício and Conor Coady could again be in the points.

However, my top defender pick this week is Trent Alexander-Arnold. In the last four matches, the 22-year-old has produced 40 FPL points, combining a goal and two assists with two clean sheets. Impressively, he has collected maximum bonus in all four of those encounters, too.

They’re joined at the back by keeper Emiliano Martínez, plus defenders Ricardo Pereira and Rob Holding.

Further forward, it’s hard to overlook Liverpool duo Mohamed Salah and Diogo Jota given their fixture, and their selections need little explanation, so I’ll focus on some of my other picks.

Ahead of Gameweek 32, I included Manchester United duo Bruno Fernandes and Mason Greenwood in my squad. However, this time, I’m not convinced an attacking double-up will pay off. Leeds United have proved tough to break down at Elland Road in recent matches, and in their last six home games have let in just three goals. That improved defensive form has coincided with some good performances by Diego Llorente, who is developing into a quality centre-back.

Meanwhile, both of Leicester City’s forwards also get the nod. Kelechi Iheanacho scored his 15th goal of the season last weekend, with the in-form Nigeria striker set up by Jamie Vardy. And though the latter is experiencing a cold streak, with just one goal since the turn of the year, he has been unfortunate not to return more, with a -3.13 expected goals (xG) delta during that period.

The list is completed by Mason Mount, who should be deployed further forward against West Ham United, Bukayo Saka, plus forwards Danny Welbeck, Ollie Watkins and Patrick Bamford.

ANDY SAID

Sheffield United continue to be the worst defence in the league, conceding 13.50 expected goals (xG) in the last six matches. In that same time, Neal Maupay has had seven shots in the box and created eight chances, more than fellow forward Danny Welbeck.

If we’re going down the ‘on the beach’ narrative then Crystal Palace will be one of the first teams on the list. Already on 38 points, there’s very little to play for, and they have a defence that has been leaky all season. Kelechi Iheanacho is currently recording 0.77 expected goal involvements (xGI) per 90 minutes over the last six matches. While Jamie Vardy is still behind that, I’m backing him to get back to scoring ways this week after having three big chances in the last six.

Only João Cancelo has a higher xGI (0.28) per 90 minutes than Trent Alexander-Arnold (0.26) among FPL defenders. The Liverpool right-back has only scored less than eight points twice over the last seven matches, and Newcastle United is the perfect fixture to keep that run going.

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285 Comments Post a Comment
  1. HMC
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 10 Years
    20 days, 16 hours ago

    would you sell Laca if you owned him knowing he will miss gw33?
    if so, who are the best options for the next few weeks
    have 2ft and first priority is moving Mendy as I potentially have no playing keeper (plenty will have mendy forster issue too)
    own kane and nacho as well

    1. Ohh1454
      • 3 Years
      20 days, 16 hours ago

      Maybe Watkins with the double coming up or Richarlison another option

      1. HMC
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 10 Years
        20 days, 15 hours ago

        Fair call. Nothing too eye catching these days in the forward position

  2. Weasel Boy
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 8 Years
    20 days, 16 hours ago

    Dias to Castagne?

    1. Ohh1454
      • 3 Years
      20 days, 16 hours ago

      Yes

    2. Nightrain_
      • 4 Years
      20 days, 16 hours ago

      Reason not to go Pereira ?

      1. Silecro
        • 3 Years
        20 days, 16 hours ago

        0.2 more and injured

  3. Sif
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 8 Years
    20 days, 16 hours ago

    Wood to Watkins?

    2FT and one will be keeper swap.
    Both have ok fixtures this week but will want Watkins for their double.

  4. Fernandito
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 2 Years
    20 days, 16 hours ago

    Mendy
    TAA Rudiger Holding Fofana Coady
    Salah Jota Greenwood Lingard
    Vardy

    Forster Kane Son Davis

    GTG? or would you trf Kane to Watkins or Nacho and then get him back following week if fit

    1. Ohh1454
      • 3 Years
      20 days, 16 hours ago

      I’d say Kane to nacho not a bad shout then maybe bench rudiger or holding

    2. Mr Ozil
      • 6 Years
      20 days, 16 hours ago

      Do you think Mendy will start?

  5. Ohh1454
    • 3 Years
    20 days, 16 hours ago

    Thoughts on Areola and Bruno to Sanchez and Salah (-4) ?

    1. the dom 1
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 6 Years
      20 days, 16 hours ago

      who your other GK?

      I would get Salah for sure, not sure - 4 on GK though?

      1. Ohh1454
        • 3 Years
        20 days, 14 hours ago

        ederson other keeper so it bascially would be -2

  6. the dom 1
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 6 Years
    20 days, 16 hours ago

    Play which GK?

    a. Sanchez
    b. Martinez

    Cheers

    1. Ohh1454
      • 3 Years
      20 days, 16 hours ago

      A

      1. the dom 1
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 6 Years
        20 days, 16 hours ago

        cheers thats who i am on now 😉

  7. ZAWAd25
    • 4 Years
    20 days, 16 hours ago

    Should I use a transfer on a gk? My gks and Mendy and Forster and have 11 players featuring this gw

    1. the dom 1
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 6 Years
      20 days, 16 hours ago

      No other pressing issues then use your FT imo 😉

    2. Ohh1454
      • 3 Years
      20 days, 16 hours ago

      Mendy to schemical or Martinez maybe

  8. Pompel
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 7 Years
    20 days, 16 hours ago

    Having a hard time deciding whether to play FH for upcoming GW33, or save for likely DGW35 , or even possible BGW. Lookign at BCrellins twitter, DGW35 seems a real crappy DGW - the better teams have dire fixtures, and the likes of Palace , Everton or Southampton doesn't exactly fill you with excitement. And BGW36 might not be too difficult to navigate either. So I still think theres a case for FH GW 33.

    So a quick poll, for those of you with Free Hit still left, what are your plans (and why):

    A) FH in GW33
    B) Save FH for possible DGW35
    C) Save FH for possible blank GW (likely GW36)
    D) FH in GW38

    1. Nightrain_
      • 4 Years
      20 days, 16 hours ago

      Current team ?

      1. Pompel
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 7 Years
        20 days, 16 hours ago

        Current team is, after a -4 to get TAA and Holding for Stones and AWB:

        Martinez
        TAA Holding Konsa Rudiger
        Salah Lingard Fernandes Raphina
        Nacho Bamford
        (Areola* Kane* Son* Dallas)
        0 FT, £0m itb

        1. Baps hunter
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 3 Years
          19 days, 15 hours ago

          I might hold. You are likely to get at least equal chance later.

  9. shirtless
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 9 Years
    20 days, 16 hours ago

    Need to sell Stones and Antonio. Still have BB and second wildcard...

    Keane plus Watkins or Nacho? Leaves me two moves to get a second keeper and defender to pad out the bench for BB DGW35 if it happens! If I get Nacho it frees me up a Villa spot, I like the look of McGinn as sub mid then Vestergard to finish. Wildcard GW36 maybe...

    1. Silecro
      • 3 Years
      20 days, 16 hours ago

      As a manager who is currently on wildcard, i wouldn't go near Everton defence, even with double

      1. shirtless
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 9 Years
        20 days, 16 hours ago

        It's tricky. Got two Villa, Soton/Palace grim as well! Hate bench boost I had it all set up for GW19 with Soton/Leeds players until the Soton fixture got moved.

  10. DA Minnion (In Bielsa we tr…
    • 8 Years
    20 days, 16 hours ago

    I've a feeling there will be a party tonight.

    1. JBG
      • 3 Years
      20 days, 16 hours ago

      Callum Robinson party.

    2. the dom 1
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 6 Years
      20 days, 16 hours ago

      Party with lots of Nacho's 😉

      1. Gazwaz80
        • 1 Year
        20 days, 16 hours ago

        And extra Cheese...

  11. gooberman
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 9 Years
    20 days, 16 hours ago

    What are peoples feelings on Greenwood? Looks a great option for this week and has been clinical of late but he seems to get fairly regular benchings.

    1. the dom 1
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 6 Years
      20 days, 16 hours ago

      if we knew he was nailed I think we all would jump on him for sure

      1. pingissimus
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 2 Years
        20 days, 16 hours ago

        Real issue is I think the Jota brace in 30 has tied up a budget midfield slot.

        He too is dicey for appearances but the timing of his returns in that one week is blocking what may be greater consistency from Greenwood.

    2. pingissimus
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      20 days, 16 hours ago

      Suspect a United attacker may miss out this week against Leeds with OGS looking for a double pivot to stifle Leeds. If Pogba is pushed forward really hard to say who misses out but Greenwood could be an option.

    3. JBG
      • 3 Years
      20 days, 16 hours ago

      Will probably be something like.

      Henderson
      AWB-Lindelof-Maguire-Shaw
      Fred/Pogba-Mct
      Greenwood-Bruno-Rashford
      Cavani

      1. pingissimus
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 2 Years
        20 days, 16 hours ago

        Not so sure on that actually

        I'd say Pogba likely starts and it's a question of whether it is back in central midfield or further forward. Move him forward and one of the front 4 misses out.

    4. Maximus Bonimus Pointimus
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 11 Years
      20 days, 16 hours ago

      Greenwood this time last year went nuclear on the run in

      He's got the talent, and with Martial out they need that goalscorer in the team - which he is currently fulfilling better than Rashford, and probably as effectively as Cavani

      He also doesn't actually need to start either to contribute - see Spurs match

      But there's lots of competition in his price bracket - Maddison, Jota, Lingard, Greenwood shouldn't really be 6-7's... they're all super value an all have the fixtures (some to a greater/lesser extent than others)

  12. The Mighty Whites
    • 6 Years
    20 days, 16 hours ago

    2FT, 0.4 ITB, thoughts?

    Mendy / Forster

    TAA / Castagne / Rudiger / Coady / Coufal

    Salah / Fernandes / Son / Jota / Lingard

    Kane / Iheanacho / Vydra

    Thinking Mendy to Martinez / Meslier?

    1. JBG
      • 3 Years
      20 days, 16 hours ago

      Mendy to Martinez imo.

  13. chaser123
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 3 Years
    20 days, 16 hours ago

    Any tips for this lot? Would ideally prefer to have Masuaku on the bench against Chelsea.

    Mendy
    Coady Rudiger TAA Holding Masuaku
    Lingard Jota Bruno Salah
    Iheanacho

    (Forster Kane Son Davis)

    2 FTS. £0.0m ITB.

  14. Aaa
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 6 Years
    20 days, 16 hours ago

    Cancelo and Moura -> Saiss & Maddison/Greenwood (-4)?

    1. Neo-Viper
      • 6 Years
      20 days, 16 hours ago

      Yes. Greenwood.

      See how Madders plays today!

    2. Boom XhakaLacaSaka
      • 1 Year
      20 days, 15 hours ago

      yes

  15. Neo-Viper
    • 6 Years
    20 days, 16 hours ago

    Will you WC a team with Stones Dias Raph in it ? I can move Stones out for a double hit to Veltman again for a double Brighton Defence with Dunk

    OR

    Just WC now

    Current team:
    Martinez
    AWB TAA Dunk
    Salah Jota Jlingz Raph*
    Kane Wood Nacho

    1. Gazwaz80
      • 1 Year
      20 days, 16 hours ago

      Raph got some great fixtures coming up...

      1. Neo-Viper
        • 6 Years
        20 days, 16 hours ago

        So just Stones to Veltman for a double hit then ?

        1. Gazwaz80
          • 1 Year
          20 days, 15 hours ago

          You’re running out of time for your wildcard anyway, use it now and plan for your double and blank gameweek fixtures....

          1. Neo-Viper
            • 6 Years
            20 days, 15 hours ago

            Cheers!! Bigger drawing board required for WC now.

  16. Finding Timo
      20 days, 16 hours ago

      All, thoughts please 1, holding cleansheet v Everton unlikely? 2, vydra to start v wolves 50/50? but unlikely to get a return?

    • Sho-kun
      • 3 Years
      20 days, 16 hours ago

      A) Sonny & DCL --> Salah & K. Davis
      B) Sonny & DCL --> Salah & Vydra & Holding (-4)

      other suggestions?

      1. Boom XhakaLacaSaka
        • 1 Year
        20 days, 15 hours ago

        DCL is fit again now, I wouldn't swap out for bench strikers especially when he has a double coming

    • More Cowbell
      • 11 Years
      20 days, 16 hours ago

      Mendy / Forster owners, whats the deal? Are we holding?

      1. The Mighty Whites
        • 6 Years
        20 days, 15 hours ago

        I'm shipping for Meslier or Martinez

      2. Cruyff's Eleven
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 2 Years
        20 days, 55 mins ago

        Sold Mendy for Patricio

    • Feed tha Sheep
      • 8 Years
      20 days, 15 hours ago

      Best 6.9 defender?

    • Boom XhakaLacaSaka
      • 1 Year
      20 days, 15 hours ago

      Schmeichel
      Holding N.Phillips* Veltman R.James
      Salah(c) Jota Rashford ESR
      DCL Nacho

      Martinez Dias Son Kane

      1 ft 0.4 itb
      Any ideas what to do with this lot? All I can think Is replacing N.Phillips

    • RAFA THE GAFFA
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      20 days, 14 hours ago

      What would you do here? 2FTs and 0.1itb. Still got BB.

      Gundog >> Sub 5.9 to not lose the FT? Pereira perhaps? Any other nice ideas?

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

    • MShalkz
        20 days, 14 hours ago

        Bringing in two defenders for Dias and Strujik for 10.8 mill for the run in.

        Thinking Dallas and Shaw or Castagne and Coufal.

        Any other suggestions? Already have Rudiger, Coady and Phillips

      • No end product
        • 5 Years
        20 days, 13 hours ago

        Laca>

        A. Cavani
        B. Bamford
        C. Watkins

        Thanks for any help. Others up top are Kane and Nacho

        1. Aadii
          • 8 Years
          20 days, 13 hours ago

          Vardy

        2. RECKLESS
          • 8 Years
          20 days, 13 hours ago

          Vardu

        3. No end product
          • 5 Years
          20 days, 12 hours ago

          Think you are onto something here - I see a pattern emerging

          1. Wee Jinky
            • 9 Years
            19 days, 21 hours ago

            VAR

      • Fpl_elstatto
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 5 Years
        20 days, 13 hours ago

        If you are looking to a cheeky differential this week then we have compiled a team of them! (GW32 we got 6 returns from our team)

        https://jumpersforgoalposts.info/fpl-gw33-differentials-xi/

      • RECKLESS
        • 8 Years
        20 days, 13 hours ago

        Hi Guys, Who to start from these 2?
        1) Vydra vs wolves or
        2) Holding vs Sheffield

      • sarnshawn
        • 9 Years
        20 days, 5 hours ago

        Bring in Alexander-Arnold or Iheanacho?

      • Lindelol
        • 2 Years
        20 days, 5 hours ago

        Son + Cancelo + Laca to Salah + Vardy + Philips for -8
        1. Yes
        2. No

      • humar816
          20 days, 4 hours ago

          Thoughts on this team?

          Coufal - Elmohamady - Phillips (Dias, White)
          Bruno - Salah - Jota - Lingard - Son
          Watkins - Nacho (Kane)

          Keeping Kane but transferring out Son - is madders a good option? Not sure who else there is for that price range.

          Next two transfers already planned after this week- DCL and KWP coming in for the DGWs

        • De Gea is GOAT
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 4 Years
          20 days, 1 hour ago

          Alright guys hear me out. Currently 2nd in ML by 10ish points. Leader has Bruno but no Vardy. 3rd has neither but will most likely get Vardy this week.

          I really think Bruno/Bamford > Vardy/Greenwood is worth -4.

          I do have Nacho but feel i could make up ground with the double up. Please share your thoughts.

          1. Wee Jinky
            • 9 Years
            20 days, 1 hour ago

            There are 6 GW's to go. Bruno will most likely have a DGW in 35, as will Greenwood but Greenwood will be less likely to play in both games. Leicester's last 3 fixtures are difficult, Leeds last 3 fixtures very good. I think Bruno & Bamford over the 6 GWs will score more points than Vardy/Greenwood, particularly with a 4 point start. I suppose you could plan to have 2FT for GW36 and reverse back to from Vardy/Greenwood to Bruno/Bamford.

        • dmhomag
          • 6 Years
          19 days, 21 hours ago

          Is Dean Hendo nailed for DGW35?