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FPL Gameweek 11 round-up: Sunday’s goals, assists, bonus and injuries

Mohamed Salah (£13.0m) bagged his eighth assist of the season on Sunday, as Michail Antonio (£8.2m) produced another Fantasy Premier League (FPL) blank.

Raphinha (£6.6m), Emile Smith Rowe (£5.7m), Jarrod Bowen (£6.3m), Pablo Fornals (£6.0m) and Harvey Barnes (£6.5m) all delivered attacking returns in a good day for mid-price midfielders, while Trent Alexander-Arnold (£7.7m) recorded his fourth double-digit haul of the campaign courtesy of a goal and assist.

Our usual, more detailed Scout Notes will follow for all of the day’s games but in the meantime, our resurrected Scoreboard series rounds up the key goings-on from the day’s Gameweek 11 fixtures.

The graphics below are taken from LiveFPL, Ragabolly’s excellent and ever-expanding website, and our own Premium Members Area.

GOALS, ASSISTS, PROJECTED BONUS

FPL Gameweek 11 round-up: Sunday’s goals, assists, bonus and injuries 1

INJURIES AND BANS

Thomas Partey (£5.0m) was a surprise omission for Arsenal today, with Ainsley Maitland-Niles (£5.3m) replacing him in the starting XI.

The Gunners have since revealed that the 28-year-old midfielder missed the match due to a groin issue, though it has been suggested that the injury isn’t a serious one.

Kieran Tierney (£4.8m), meanwhile, returned to the bench after recovering from an ankle injury.

Elsewhere, Juraj Kucka (£5.5m) and Mason Holgate (£4.2m) were both sent off for Watford and Everton respectively and will now serve bans, as will Oliver Skipp (£4.5m), who picked up his fifth booking of the season at Goodison Park today.

GAMEWEEK 11 TAKEAWAYS

  • Antonio Conte’s first Premier League game in charge of Tottenham Hotspur ended in a goalless draw against Everton. Sergio Reguilon (£5.0m) was given license to regularly join the attack in the Italian’s 3-4-3 formation (see below), and probably should have scored just before the break after an excellent Harry Kane (£12.2m) pass. As for the England captain, he was once again starved of service, and ended the match with just 18 final-third touches and a single shot in the box. Following today’s draw, Spurs have now failed to register an effort on target in consecutive Premier League games, though their immediate schedule should at least hand them an opportunity to improve in the coming weeks.

Tottenham Hotspur sit top of our Season Ticker for ease of fixture between Gameweeks 12 and 15

Tottenham Hotspur’s average position map v Everton in Gameweek 11, featuring the advanced Sergio Reguilon (no. 3)

  • Following today’s narrow 1-0 win over Watford, Arsenal’s unbeaten run now stretches to 10 matches in all competitions. Their goal arrived via Emile Smith Rowe, who has now scored in three consecutive Gameweeks and has four goals and two assists in his last six Premier League games. Elsewhere, it was a day to forget for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (£10.1m), who would have bagged an assist had Bukayo Saka’s (£6.3m) early strike not been disallowed, while he also had a goal ruled out himself, missed a penalty and picked up a booking. As a result, he ended Gameweek 11 on -1 FPL points. At the other end of the pitch, Aaron Ramsdale (£4.7m) recorded his fifth clean sheet of the season and picked up a bonus point despite making just one save.
  • With Robert Sanchez (£4.6m) missing Gameweek 12 through suspension, many FPL managers will turn to budget stopper Ben Foster (£4.1m) in goal. The veteran keeper saved a penalty and collected maximum bonus today, though Watford remain without a single clean sheet all season and have a nightmare schedule between now and Gameweek 15.
  • Raphinha has now scored five of Leeds United’s 11 Premier League goals this season, with his deliveries from wide areas again causing plenty of problems today. The Brazilian now embarks on a tougher schedule (see below), though it’s hard to argue against the value on offer right now. However, if FPL managers do fancy a change, there are certainly plenty of in-form alternatives around the same price, including Conor Gallagher (£5.8m), Wilfried Zaha (£6.9m) and Emile Smith Rowe.

Leeds United are bottom of our Season Ticker for ease of fixture between Gameweeks 12 and 19

  • After today’s loss at the London Stadium, Liverpool’s 25 game unbeaten run is now over. Despite that, Mohamed Salah’s assist means that he has now delivered five in a row, though he is without a goal in his last three appearances in all competitions, while Trent Alexander-Arnold bagged a goal and assist, and now sits second in the defender standings, despite missing two games through illness and injury respectively. 
  • Michail Antonio has done some excellent point dodging over the last two Gameweeks, having failed to record a goal or assist despite West Ham hitting seven past Aston Villa and Liverpool combined. Meanwhile, the Hammers’ have been dangerous on set-pieces all season and showed exactly why in Gameweek 11, with two of their three goals arriving from corners. As a result, Jarrod Bowen has now provided at least a goal or assist in six of his last seven appearances, with only Salah posting a superior expected goal involvement (xGI) total during that time. 

The impressive Jarrod Bowen ranks second amongst all players for xGI since Gameweek 5

  • It’s only Gameweek 11, but so far five Premier League managers have already lost their jobs this term: Daniel Farke, Nuno Espirito Santo, Steve Bruce, Xisco Munoz and now, Dean Smith. Notably, there had been just one sacking at the same stage of the 2020/21 season. As for Smith, the former Brentford man was appointed in October 2018, and helped Aston Villa earn promotion back to the Premier League in his first season in charge of the club. However, in his third campaign, a run of five straight losses – the last of which came at Southampton on Friday – led the hierarchy to make a change.

“After a good start to last season, this year we have not seen the continuous improvement in results, performances and league position which we have all been looking for. 

For this reason, we have decided to make a change now to allow time for a new head coach to make an impact.” – Aston Villa CEO Christian Purslow

STAT WATCH – GAMEWEEK 11

Daniel James (£6.0m) tops the Gameweek 11 shots count, just ahead of team-mate Rodrigo (£6.3m), Leandro Trossard (£6.4m), Demarai Gray (£5.7m) and Sergi Canos (£5.5m). However, it is worth noting that only three arrived in the box, with his 0.21 expected goals (xG) total trumped by 29 other players this weekend.

Elsewhere, only Callum Hudson-Odoi (£5.3m) could better Jarrod Bowen’s two big chances created total in Gameweek 11, though the West Ham man did come out on top for expected assists (xA), with +1.71.


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  1. GW11 Mini-League Leaders
    RedLightning - Top 10k Any …
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • Has Moderation Rights
    • 11 Years
    18 days, 15 hours ago

    GW11 Mini-League Leaders:

    This is a report on the leaders of various Fantasy Football Scout FPL mini-leagues and community competitions after Gameweek 11.

    ** FFSCOUT OPEN FPL LEAGUE

    Srecko Kurtovic leads for a third week in the Fantasy Football Scout mini-league ( https://fantasy.premierleague.com/leagues/68048/standings/c, league code gsnskx) and is now seventh overall.

    This is again the Second Best FPL League, based on the average scores of the top five managers in each league. Our current top five are Srecko Kurtovic, Sacha Reeves, Stella Curr, Halid Musić and Zakaria Dagana, all of whom are in the overall top 50.

    ** FFSCOUT COMMUNITY MEMBERS LEAGUE

    Daniel Masson-Abraham leads for a fifth week in the Fantasy Football Scout Members mini-league (fantasy.premierleague.com/leagues/361/standings/c), which is also open to all. The league code is visible in the widget on the FFS Home Page when signed in, but only those with a registered FFS account (paid or free) will be eligible for prizes.
    Daniel is also NUMBER ONE IN THE WORLD for a third week.

    This is now the Fifth Best League in FPL. Our current top five are Daniel Masson-Abraham, Sacha Reeves, Andrei Gluschkoff, Halid Musić and Shafin Shoaib, who are all in the overall top 63.

    Cuma Ali Ucar was the winner of the October monthly prize with 319 points in Gameweeks 7 to 10, and without using any chips apart from a wildcard in Gameweek 8. He has had two top 5k finishes and was ranked 3,030th overall after Gameweek 10. Please contact geoff@fantasyfootballscout.co.uk to claim your prize (an Amazon voucher).

    ** LAST MAN STANDING

    See http://www.fantasyfootballscout.co.uk/2021/07/24/the-last-man-standing-competition-2021-2022/ for details of TorresMagic’s Last Man Standing competition (fantasy.premierleague.com/leagues/26234/standings/c, league code 6dcode).

    The highest scorer in Gameweek 11 was Benjamin Lund (Too Mané Men) with a Bench Boosted 98 points.

    The safety score was 46, with 142 teams to be removed and 1,695 going through to Gameweek 12. It will remain open till Gameweek 22, but new entrants must pass all the previous safety scores (Home - torresmagiclms.simplesite.com) to qualify.

    ** HEAD-TO-HEAD LEAGUES

    Martin Stubbs still leads League 1 in MIR’s FFS Head-to-Head Leagues (www.fantasyfootballscout.co.uk/head-to-head-leagues/).

    Four managers in League 7, four in League 8 and six in League 9 have each won all 11 of their matches so far.

    ** TOPS AND VETS

    Tabz Hashimi leads for a second week in my Top 10k Any Season mini-league (fantasy.premierleague.com/leagues/1378/standings/c, league code kgmryk) and has risen to third overall.

    Tom Dennerley is the new leader in my Multiple Top 10k Finishes mini-league (fantasy.premierleague.com/leagues/1386/standings/c, league code 03t1fd), which is for teams with two or more top 10,000 finishes, and has risen to 3,056th overall after playing his Bench Boost for 90 points. He has been playing since at least 2006/07 and has had two top 6k finishes.

    Tommi Aittokallio leads for a second week in PDM’s Top 1k ANY season mini-league (fantasy.premierleague.com/leagues/10031/standings/c, league code 01ef8y) and is now 807th overall.

    Julian Hancock leads for a sixth week in Jed Alexander (LIvinginapool)’s Top 100 Any Season mini-league (fantasy.premierleague.com/leagues/194472/standings/c, league code pztxjt). Nick . (Triggerlips), who had successive finishes of 434th, 776th, 35th, 1,739th and 592nd between 2010/11 and 2014/15, is now level with Julian on points but has made more transfers.

    2009/10 FPL champion Jon Reeson has regained the lead from Adam Levy in Simon March’s FPL Champions League (fantasy.premierleague.com/leagues/2594/standings/c) after Bench Boosting for 79 points. Jon also led for the first seven Gameweeks of the season.

    Jonny Armstrong leads for a second week in Chaballer’s Hall of Fame Top 1k mini-league (https://fantasy.premierleague.com/leagues/39527/standings/c, league code 1zpaad) and has risen to 2,558th overall.

    Gerry Kerley is the new leader in Skooldaze’s FPL Vets 2006 or before mini-league (fantasy.premierleague.com/leagues/25315/standings/c, league code hz9bz2) and has risen to 7,537th overall. He has had two top 10k finishes.

    ** MODS, CONS AND FAMILY

    Chaz Phillips (Az) leads for a second week in the FFS Mods & Cons mini-league (fantasy.premierleague.com/leagues/366/standings/c) and has risen to 9,091st overall.

    And last but not least, Obay Eid (FPL_Milanista) leads for an amazing 11th week in the FFS Family mini-league (fantasy.premierleague.com/leagues/342/standings/c) and is now 850th overall.

  2. The Units
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 11 Years
    18 days, 15 hours ago

    Thoughts on this WC

    Guaita Foster
    TAA James Dier Cancelo Livra
    Salah Jota Bowen Gallagher ESR
    CR7 Hwang Antonio

    Hwang or Broja?

    1. dbeck
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 4 Years
      18 days, 15 hours ago

      Broja and Regi over Dier and Hwang imo

  3. dbeck
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 4 Years
    18 days, 15 hours ago

    need some ideas on where i should be looking at with my 2fts? 0.1 itb

    I have felt my team is in good shape but getting punished heavily by Gallagher, Raphina, Smith-Rowe, Ramsdale, James of late and getting red arrow after red arrow. Any ideas on what transfer could address that slide?

    Foster
    Chilly Cancelo Livra Trent
    Salah Son Jota Foden Mbeumo
    Antonio

    Sanchez Toney Jansson Hwang

    1. Black Knights
      • 9 Years
      18 days, 15 hours ago

      You don't need to do much there bud.

      Depends how much faith you have in Brentford but you could maybe move one of them? Sanchez to Guaita an option too maybe?

      Otherwise the rest is decent.

      1. dbeck
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        18 days, 15 hours ago

        yeah need to move off a brentford guy but newcastle up next feels back. could just do Hwang to broja to free up cash. Longer term, want to target Mbeumo to Zaha or Jansson to James so extra cash will be needed. idk, out of ideas

    2. The Units
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 11 Years
      18 days, 15 hours ago

      Solid team really. Mbeumo to Gallagher is all for now I reckon.

      1. dbeck
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        18 days, 15 hours ago

        0.2 off that move, Hwang and Mbeumo to Gallagher and Broja (or 4.5m attacker)

        1. The Units
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 11 Years
          18 days, 15 hours ago

          I like that. Monitor Jota and Foden and if no good downgrade and get James.

  4. Atimis
    • 5 Years
    18 days, 15 hours ago

    What would you say about keeping Havertz Mbeumo Toney one more week and replacing them by Gallagher Jota Jim -4 for GW13?

    1. No Professionals
      • 4 Years
      18 days, 15 hours ago

      Havertz depends on Lukaku, can't see how he plays if Lukaku is back. If Lukaku is still out, then yes holding for one week seems to make sense.

    2. pingissimus
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      18 days, 15 hours ago

      You get a couple of nice ones with Jimi but then it couldn't be redder if it tried.

      I'm a lone voice on here that thinks that Norwich defence isn't quite as despicable as everyone makes out. You need to strip out the fixtures against City Liverpool and Chelsea to see the point. In "other" matches they have performed as well as most in the bottom half of the league. Just over a goal a game and that's it.

      1. Atimis
        • 5 Years
        18 days, 15 hours ago

        Some valid points here, will be defo looking into Wolves performances as well

  5. Nightf0x
    • 6 Years
    18 days, 15 hours ago

    Trigger the WC ?

    Rams/guaita foster
    Davies/dier lamptey taa cancelo james
    Foden salah son galagher raph
    Puki/armstrong/broja antonio hwang

  6. Lallana
    • 7 Years
    18 days, 15 hours ago

    Gallagher or Bowen?

    1. The Units
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 11 Years
      18 days, 15 hours ago

      Both

      1. Lallana
        • 7 Years
        18 days, 15 hours ago

        Guess I'll do Mount>Gallagher and then...Mbeumo>Bowen next week

    2. Bavarian
      • 3 Years
      18 days, 15 hours ago

      Gallagher

  7. Echoes
    • 1 Year
    18 days, 15 hours ago

    Non football post:

    Guys who've watched Dune: what's your review on it(no spoilers) and how will you rate it out of 10?

  8. mcginnntonic
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 2 Years
    18 days, 15 hours ago

    Havertz to Jota (barring injuries) or roll?

    Foster Sanchez
    Trent Cancelo James Chilwell Liv
    Salah Havertz Raph Esr Mbeumo
    Vardy Toney Antonio

    1. dbeck
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 4 Years
      18 days, 15 hours ago

      Yes sir, love that team

      1. mcginnntonic
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 2 Years
        18 days, 15 hours ago

        thank you lol. got me 93 points this week

  9. No Professionals
    • 4 Years
    18 days, 15 hours ago

    Steele
    Trent James Dias Livramento
    Salah(c) Havertz Raphinha Smith-Rowe
    Vardy Toney

    Sanchez Gray White Scarlett
    1FT 3.5m

    early days, but looks like I'll do Havertz to Son with my FT unless something drastic happens.

    looks like a tough GW...

  10. Camzy
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 11 Years
    18 days, 15 hours ago

    What is something that you have never done in FPL that seems like it should have happened?

    I have never captained a player who has gotten negative points.
    I have never benched a hat-trick or anyone that has gotten 20+ points. (Lundstream's 21 autosubbed in for Sterling)
    I have never gotten more than 8 (x3) on my triple captain. (my God how sad is this one haha)
    I have never taken more than a -12 in one week.

    1. Holmes
      • 8 Years
      18 days, 15 hours ago

      Wish I could remember things I have done in previous seasons.

      I have taken a -16, thats for sure.

    2. Echoes
      • 1 Year
      18 days, 15 hours ago

      On the first one, same for me, as I've never capped a negative points guy either.
      Benched Barnes' 19 pointer a couple seasons back (entire bench scored 38-39 that week). Never benched a hattrick tho.
      Ive quite unlucky when it comes to chips. Did get (12x3) from Kane last season, but then he didn't play the second game of the DGW.
      Have taken a -24 once, but that was more to do with a bet I had in my money league. Otherwise, -12 the max for me too.

  11. pingissimus
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 2 Years
    18 days, 15 hours ago

    Palace defence against non top 3 opposition - 8 goals conceded in 8 games.
    Norwich defence abasing non top 3 opposition - 11 goals conceded in 8 games.

    🙂

  12. CAVEAT KING
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 7 Years
    18 days, 15 hours ago

    Well I watched the majority of matches this week and here is what I saw. Opinion only:
    Soton 1 Villa 0: I took a gamble on Watkins and it failed but so did Antonio, my alternative. Watkins is still involved and I see some benefits later. Benrahma not the player he should be but the demise of the manager could change things. Bailly was the big disappointment, Soton on the other hand have done a complete about turn. Their defense looks OK. We all wait on Armstrong vs Broja.
    ManU 0 Citeh 2: Amazing how inept ManU were. Citeh got everything right apart from more goals. Cancelo does not need to defend and there will be more points going forward. KDB still off the pace but Foden will repay his Investors soon. For me, Citeh are the best in the league and Pep is showing signs of being more predictable. Until such time as Ollie goes, ManU are not worth going near. Citeh stick with Cancelo and Foden with a sprinkling of Jesus if you can afford it. Gundo and Silva outside picks.
    Brentford 1 Norwich 2: Mbeumo has been a little unlucky but, even at his price, Gallagher and ESR seem better choices. In my view we are seeing Brentford home truths coming out and I cannot see many goals without their best attacker Raya, the keeper, being around. No need to comment on Norwich IMO.
    Chelsea 1 Burnley 1:You won't watch such a one sided match for the rest of the season. The best player was Rjames. (An inch perfect cross/assist. Havertz improved but is far more deep lying than one may appreciate. I was interested in Cornet's performance and I will right this game off for this appraisal.Burnley went back to doing what they do best and defend. Pope was very good. Any other day the score could have been big for Chelsea.
    Palace 2 wolves 0: One can't get away from the fact, Palace are the surprise package this year. Gallagher was good but don't expect returns every week. Guaita is showing promise in a good balanced side. I do think Wolves were off the pace though like the second half vs Everton .Zaha is doing what he does every year; maybe a hope he continues this time around. I rate their Central defense but not sure as an investment. Jimenez and Hwang are the obvious picks (I have Jimenez) but the fixtures turn soon and I can see a drop in points.
    Brighton 1 Newcastle 1. Newcastle are god awful with Wilson the only points appeal. Brighton shot themselves in the foot but on a brighter note, Lamptey could be a nice alternative; his energy is something else. (I did not watch all the match TBF.)
    Arsenal 1 Watford 0: No doubting Arsenal improving but hard to determine much in this match. ESR is quality as is Saka. Don't be deceived by ESR though as his match involvement is not as it seems. I had him at 5.3, missed his hauls on the bench. Sold him and the rest is history. The performance vs Palace sticks in my mind with Arsenal so I am sitting on the fence. I am very impressed with their defenders though. I would not be rushing Tierney back whilst Tavares is performing like he is.
    Everton 0 Spurs 0: Not seen 2 inept attacking sides like this. IMO Everton were the better side and I am starting to regret listening to the noise. Spurs are unfit and they proceeded to kick Everton off the park to impress the new manager. Get rid of Everton assets IMO and hold off in buying Spurs as well. At least there was a bit of unskilled passion from both sides.
    Leeds 1 Foxes 1: Another game hard to fathom. Both poor defensively and Raphina the only player to come out OK, albeit with his second goal this season meant to be a cross. Barnes great goal comes not too often these days and I wonder when Leicester will revert back to Iheanacho who is the best foxes forward IMO.
    Hammers 3 Pool 2: The Pool keeper had a nightmare, Hendo is starting to wein, Pool were playing a far too high line against a team that specializes in countering this. Antonio is not doing it for me lately but Bowen is. TAA gave good reason to hold him and a sublime free kick came about. Jota was in and out and Mane was awful. Declan was brilliant once again and his progressive play after breaking it down is the reason he is worth the money in the real world. I would not be dropping Johnson anytime soon. Whether Moyes thinks the same, I am not sure.
    Pardon the grammar boys and I hope it offers some insight.

    1. Echoes
      • 1 Year
      18 days, 15 hours ago

      Cheers for your effort and time, mate

      1. CAVEAT KING
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 7 Years
        18 days, 14 hours ago

        Just trying to use the site for group benefit, Tnks for the compliment.

    2. The Bad Seed
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 4 Years
      18 days, 15 hours ago

      Amazing post thanks!

      1. CAVEAT KING
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 7 Years
        18 days, 14 hours ago

        Cheers bud

    3. Pep bites Kun
      • 5 Years
      18 days, 12 hours ago

      That's a great write-up CK & very much appreciated. I only got to see 3 games. I'd love to see this every week.

      It's a pity it's not hulked tbh. I'm sure more people would appreciate as it's posted at the end of this article. Worthy Top of Page at least imo!

      1. CAVEAT KING
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 7 Years
        18 days, 11 hours ago

        Thank you for the nice words mate. It takes me so long I always end up in the wrong article.
        I also need to space things right as Holmes says. I am just an amateur but it is what I would want to know if I could not get to see games. I try to be objective.

        1. Pep bites Kun
          • 5 Years
          18 days, 11 hours ago

          I read the sports pages, highlights, fpl content, etc. It's exactly what I wanted to know, not seeing the games. Kudos to you on your fpl objectivity!

          More of the same, if you have time!

  13. Old Gregg
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 4 Years
    17 days, 6 hours ago

    Ramsdale
    Cancelo-Taa-James-livra-Dias
    Salah-Foden-Mbeumo
    Antonio-Toney

    Havertz-Edouard-Normann

    2FT. 2.9 ITB

    Any transfer ideas appreciated.

    Looking to remove Toney, Edouard, Havertz, Mbuemo and possibly Norman’s if upgrading.