Scoreboard

Foden and Gallagher uncertainty as Ranieri explains early Dennis exit

Our Scoreboard series rounds up the key goings-on from New Years Day’s Double Gameweek 21 fixtures, from injury news to talking points.

With the swift turnaround between Fantasy Premier League (FPL) deadlines, the Scoreboard articles will take the place of the usual Scout Notes over the winter period.

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

GOALS, ASSISTS, BONUS

Foden and Gallagher uncertainty as Ranieri explains early Dennis substitution 5

INJURIES AND BANS

FPL round-up: Two Gameweek 20 games off, Covid updates and Boxing Day lessons 6

It was a pretty quiet day on the on-field injury front but Covid-19 continued to rear its head, even if it wasn’t officially acknowledged as being the cause of some players’ Gameweek 21 absences.

Phil Foden (£8.1m) was the headline omission from the Manchester City squad, with the midfielder and Oleksandr Zinchenko (£5.3m) fresh additions to an ‘unavailable’ list that also includes John Stones (£5.3m).

City initially said that Foden was “short of full fitness” upon the release of the teamsheets, with Zinchenko and Stones similarly described as “not fully fit”.

Kyle Walker (£5.5m) and Rodri (£5.5m) did return, at least, from their recent periods on the sidelines, as did Arsenal’s Takehiro Tomiyasu (£4.9m).

“We had many cases from Covid this season and injuries. Phil Foden… Kyle [Walker] today was the first day, Rodri the first day since the last Covid time. This period, today, we are incredibly tired.” – Pep Guardiola

If coronavirus was the reason for Foden’s absence, he at least ought to be back well before City next play in the league, which isn’t until a fortnight’s time.

Conor Gallagher (£6.2m) was still missing for Crystal Palace in the evening kick-off, with Wilfried Zaha (£6.8m) and Cheikhou Kouyate (£4.5m), both of whom were set for farewell appearances before departing for the Africa Cup of Nations, also fresh absentees.

“We are missing a couple of players through Covid and injuries. It is difficult especially on the day of the game, at 12 o’clock, when there is a situation you cannot manage.” – Patrick Vieira

GAMEWEEK 21 TAKEAWAYS

WHY WAS DENNIS SUBSTITUTED AT HALF-TIME?

Emmanuel Dennis (£6.1m) may not be going to the Africa Cup of Nations but the good news ended there for the Nigerian’s owners in FPL, with the striker not just blanking but failing to emerge for the second half of Watford’s 1-0 defeat to Spurs.

There’s no serious injury, at least, which should be some consolation to his owners.

“Already before the match he wasn’t 100 percent and I saw a little tiredness during the match.” – Claudio Ranieri

Having alternated between left-wing and central striker duties this season, Dennis and Joshua King (£5.8m) were stationed up front together in a 4-4-2, the Norwegian going closest to a goal when being denied by Hugo Lloris (£5.4m) – but really, this was a defence-first exercise with Watford enjoying just 25% of possession and having only six shots to Spurs’ 21.

SPURS STRUGGLE BUT SON AND KANE STILL RACK UP THE CHANCES

It took Spurs until stoppage time to break the deadlock against a side who hadn’t previously kept a clean sheet all season.

The Lilywhites laboured to victory but Son Heung-min (£10.6m) extended his run without a blank to six matches, assisting Davinson Sanchez (£4.5m) from a free-kick.

Despite a fairly flat display, there were still encouraging signs for owners of the Korean and Harry Kane (£12.2m), who racked up a combined 24 penalty box touches and 10 shots; only a flying Daniel Bachmann (£4.2m) save denied Son, who also backheeled wide, while Kane whistled one of his six attempts narrowly off-target.

Emerson Royal (£4.9m) has registered more final-third touches and chances created than any other player in Gameweek 21 so far but despite those numbers, the Brazilian was frustratingly wasteful.

MORE OF THE SAME FROM WEST HAM

Electric going forward, suspect at the back: it was business as usual for West Ham in their first Double Gameweek 21 fixture.

Palace didn’t spoil the Hammers’ clean sheet till late but they ought to have been on the scoresheet long before that, twice hitting the woodwork and wasting numerous half-chances as the visitors’ mostly second-string backline creaked.

Ben Johnson (£4.0m) was hooked at the break after being booked shortly before the interval.

The Hammers have kept just one clean sheet in their last 11 matches and have allowed more shots on target than any other club from Gameweek 10 onwards.

Going forward, Michail Antonio (£7.8m), Jarrod Bowen (£6.6m) and – in his last appearance before departing for Cameroon – Said Benrahma (£5.9m) all delivered returns but it was Manuel Lanzini (£5.8m), now very much on penalties whenever veteran benchwarmer Mark Noble (£4.4m) isn’t on the field, who outscored them all.

His two goals came from his only two shots of the match, however, and he averages an effort only once every 83.9 minutes across the whole of 2021/22.

OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS FOR OLISE

It wasn’t just the excellent assist for Odsonne Edouard (£6.4m) or the fortuitous free-kick goal that brought Michael Olise (£5.4m) to our attention.

The winger will now benefit from the absences of Jordan Ayew (£5.8m) and Zaha over the next two Gameweeks, with that first-choice pair now off to the Africa Cup of Nations.

On a share of set plays, Olise has the best minutes-per-chance-created average (45) of any Palace player this season.

While not someone you’d likely target with free transfers given the short-term nature of his appeal, he’s a possible fifth midfielder option on a Free Hit if a Double Gameweek 22 does materialise for the Eagles – as seems very possible.

FORM FPL PLAYERS MAINTAIN PURPLE PATCHES AT THE EMIRATES

Pep Guardiola admitted that Arsenal were the “better” side in Manchester City’s 2-1 win at the Emirates, with the resurgent Gunners putting in an excellent display.

Some of FPL’s form players kept up their purple patches: Bukayo Saka (£6.3m) and Aymeric Laporte (£5.6m) now haven’t blanked in five and six matches respectively, while Kieran Tierney (£4.9m) has registered a whopping 50 points over his last half-dozen run-outs.

Gabriel Martinelli (£5.4m) blanked for the second match in a row but the budget midfielder continues to get into some really promising positions, going agonisingly close with one effort and then contriving to hit the post with the goal gaping.

Five of Arsenal’s seven attempts on Saturday came from the Brazilian:

RED FLAGS ARE FOR THE NEXT GAMEWEEK, PEOPLE…
Foden and Gallagher uncertainty as Ranieri explains early Dennis substitution 4

….we can’t stress that enough.

If you’ve seen a red flag appearing on Mohamed Salah (£12.9m) – or one of 27 other players – in the last few hours, don’t worry, it doesn’t mean that he’s going to miss the Chelsea game on Sunday.

Flags in FPL are (meant to be) for the next Gameweek, so with Premier League players heading off to the Africa Cup of Nations after the New Year’s round of matches is over, the unavailability, in this case, means for Gameweek 22 and beyond.

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1,288 Comments Post a Comment
  1. agameofthrowins
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 3 Years
    25 days, 22 hours ago

    All hopes on Raphina's shoulders after Watkins news… could really do with a dubious pen and cross shot going in!

    1. DA Minnion (Former great)
      • 9 Years
      25 days, 22 hours ago

      Think if will do well today. Burnley didn't look great against United.

  2. The Mandalorian
    • 9 Years
    25 days, 22 hours ago

    Dont know if this has already been posted

    "Just been told Allison is out, Kelleher starts"

    https://twitter.com/ManOnPod_Thomas/status/1477590127656546304?t=95sVIgkBBjg8-8Sf2zoSWw&s=19

    1. fusen
      • 10 Years
      25 days, 22 hours ago

      No cleansheet

      1. Root
        • 10 Years
        25 days, 21 hours ago

        Kelleher has a 100% PL cleansheet record this season. Last season 50%. Solid.

    2. DA Minnion (Former great)
      • 9 Years
      25 days, 22 hours ago

      Keeveen will do the business.

    3. Wild Rover
      • 11 Years
      25 days, 22 hours ago

      It's been expected that two of the covid cases were Alisson and Firmino

    4. fusen
      • 10 Years
      25 days, 22 hours ago

      Jota gets 90 mins if Firmino also is out?

      1. Rainer
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 5 Years
        25 days, 22 hours ago

        He might need protection late on with the forward injuries, Origi & Minamino, Covid, Fimino & AFCON, Mane & Salah...

      2. Wild Rover
        • 11 Years
        25 days, 22 hours ago

        Klopp will most likely run Salah and Mane into the ground first, as they are off to ACON and he will want Jota as fresh as possible

    5. The Mandalorian
      • 9 Years
      25 days, 22 hours ago

      16:45 Kelleher stumbles, Alonso scores !!!!

      17:10 Kelleher stumbles again, Alonso scores !!!!

    6. Ze_Austin
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      25 days, 22 hours ago

      Kelleher is a good keeper

      Something like Martinez at Arsenal: backup doesn't mean horrible, especially for a youngling

    7. SINGH
      • 3 Years
      25 days, 22 hours ago

      Is this Kelleher guy like Karius? If so then I am going to enjoy seeing the fumbles today lol

  3. The-Red-1
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 4 Years
    25 days, 22 hours ago

    Watkins to DCL for a -4?
    No everyone said. Crying

    1. Rainer
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      25 days, 22 hours ago

      Should really pick your own team.

      1. Dammit_182
          25 days, 22 hours ago

          You will get talked out of moves on here and sometimes it’s good ‘don’t get benrama, he’s off to AFCON’ and sometimes Watkins with a great fixture gets ‘mysteriously’ dropped or there is a ‘rumour’ you decide to believe or not.

          DCL has been injured and is a bit of an unknown too.

          It sucks but it happens.

          1. Rainer
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 5 Years
            25 days, 22 hours ago

            Exactly and every single move is different.

            Keeping Watkins, with what we knew was sound thinking, getting DCL in was punty...

            Now that Watkins has vanished & DCL is on for two starts it looks obvious but it was far from pre-deadline!

      2. Ian & Zen
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 5 Years
        25 days, 22 hours ago

        They have’s played yet - at the moment you are 4 points better off

        1. Ian & Zen
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 5 Years
          25 days, 22 hours ago

          *haven’t

    2. NateDog
      • 1 Year
      25 days, 22 hours ago

      Honestly I'm just happy DCL might get 60mins and get 2pts but glad I took the punt, wouldn't mind an Allan masterclass today though!

      1. CAVEAT KING
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 7 Years
        25 days, 21 hours ago

        60 minutes a lot.

        1. MikeS
          • 7 Years
          25 days, 21 hours ago

          Longer than BJ

    3. Camzy
      • 11 Years
      25 days, 22 hours ago

      Very interesting situation this past week where I was busy with New Year's and didn't have much time to discuss FPL.

      Having to come up with strategies on my own and not listen to YouTubers or posters here, I didn't even consider bringing in a West Ham defender.

      The way I saw it, West Ham have 3 fixtures in the next 2 weeks. Almost every other team will have the same except City and maybe Everton.

      But a WHU defender in this week just seems unbelievably short-sighted to me. None of the defenders are good assets. None of them are really nailed except Dawson, and he's 4.9m which is far, far too much to pay for a WHU CB. West Ham's defense has been poor of late, hit by injuries. It's DGW blindness imo. Next week your team is worse off instantly. And if you have the common TAA, Cancelo, James, Alonso, Livra backline, you need a good defender for the long term.

      The only exception is maybe Johnson if you intend to fodder up in defense but this season has shown 4 or even 5 atb to be more than viable. I just didn't really consider that line more than in passing. Still shocking to me how many people have bought WHU defenders. Managers just given up on planning more than 1 week at a time.

      1. The Train Driver
        • 6 Years
        25 days, 22 hours ago

        Not if you're on a FH!

        1. Camzy
          • 11 Years
          25 days, 22 hours ago

          True. I would definitely have got Dawson on FH.

          But to buy him for my team in 21 would basically mean I have to WC very soon.

      2. Ginkapo FPL
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 10 Years
        25 days, 22 hours ago

        Not that interesting to be honest. 5 atb has been viable, the current evidence suggests that we are in the mid season clean sheet drop so I dont follow the argument that it is still viable.

      3. Mbeumo's Post: 7✅
        • 10 Years
        25 days, 22 hours ago

        The way I saw it, West Ham have 3 fixtures in the next 2 weeks. Almost every other team will have the same except City and maybe Everton.

        How dp you know it?

        1. Camzy
          • 11 Years
          25 days, 22 hours ago

          Ben Crellin's fixture predictions. GW22 will almost certainly be a DGW and they have to fit a lot of games in. West Ham doubling this week means they have a single next week for sure.

          1. Ginkapo FPL
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 10 Years
            25 days, 22 hours ago

            Fyi Bens Crellins spreadsheet has been updated a lot as he wasnt very accurate for gw21

            1. Camzy
              • 11 Years
              25 days, 22 hours ago

              Cool thanks for the heads-up. Haven't checked it much between New Year's celebrations and flying. Will get caught up.

      4. Magic Zico
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 3 Years
        25 days, 22 hours ago

        Why is it shocking? It’s DGW! One of the overhyped events in FPL. So it’s the fun of the game 😛

      5. Ze_Austin
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 3 Years
        25 days, 22 hours ago

        WC21. Got Coufal, already had Bowen and Antonio. I'll switch Coufal to Robbo for free, on BB22

        Some of us plan through the chaos, still

        1. Camzy
          • 11 Years
          25 days, 22 hours ago

          I don't like it because you force a transfer and on a defender no less. I don't think it's good planning. But good luck to you.

          1. Ze_Austin
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 3 Years
            25 days, 22 hours ago

            Should I have had Robbo for his suspension on WC21, and then missed out on Coufal vs Norwich? Or what exactly are you getting at?

            1. Camzy
              • 11 Years
              25 days, 21 hours ago

              I wouldn't plan to get Robertson. It ruins your team structure for one GW and then you have to sell him again to buy Salah back.

              What happens after GW22?

              Your transfers are more valuable than hokey cokeys to get Coufal for 1 week vs Norwich or Robertson vs LEE.

              1. Ze_Austin
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 3 Years
                25 days, 21 hours ago

                I don't have to sell Robbo to get Salah. I have a very expensive team

                Here's my GW24 team:

                Pickford
                TAA Cancelo Robbo
                Salah Foden Gray Bowen
                Ronaldo DCL Dennis

                Sa Ait-Nouri Royal Gilmour/Ramsey

            2. Ze_Austin
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 3 Years
              25 days, 21 hours ago

              Also, please type out the defence you'd have gone for on WC21

              Here's mine: TAA, Cancelo, Royal, Coufal (to Robbo), Ait-Nouri

              1. Camzy
                • 11 Years
                25 days, 21 hours ago

                TAA, Cancelo, Emerson, Johnson, Lamptey

                But I haven't given it that much thought. Had 0 plans to WC in 21. I like your Ait-Nouri pick too but there's some injury doubt so would probably go Lamptey with his glut of DGW lined up.

                The goal with the defense on WC is to not have to use any transfers on it for the forseeable future. Johnson would make it as a Livra replacement for this week and then he rots on the bench.

                1. Ze_Austin
                  • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                  • 3 Years
                  25 days, 21 hours ago

                  Having a rotting bench isn't a good plan for BGW27 or further random Covid cancellations. No, thanks. I went for every player being nailed

                  1. Shaw must go on
                    • 9 Years
                    25 days, 21 hours ago

                    Some keep FH chip for blank gmw...

                2. Ze_Austin
                  • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                  • 3 Years
                  25 days, 21 hours ago

                  ...and Lamptey's on the bench today. Didn't expect him to play both in the double with his injury issues, and I don't like his DGW fixtures: Palace will score, Spurs, Man U or Chelsea will score

                  1. Camzy
                    • 11 Years
                    25 days, 21 hours ago

                    Yeah I think if I had more time I'd probably have someone better than Lamptey but the first 4 are very likely who I'd have gone for. Johnson at 4.0m with a DGW is too good in a full team restructure.

                    1. Ze_Austin
                      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                      • 3 Years
                      25 days, 21 hours ago

                      I can afford Coufal. You're getting to my point:

                      It's team specific. My team was perfectly placed for a Coufal to Robbo FT. Ait-Nouri is my long-term nailed cheap player, not Johnson: Wolves official site said Ait-Nouri was close to full training a week ago. Plan will change if other things come up

                      So I went Coufal, with a plan for Robbo, after weeks of planning and considering multiple options. Clear enough now?

                      Some people are still planning through this chaos

          2. TKC07
            • 2 Years
            25 days, 21 hours ago

            Would you suggest to hold an injured James (those who had him)?

            Replacement options were double City def (everyone owns Cancelo already)
            Spurs def

            Atleast those who read expect you to suggest who would you pick instead of Dawson for an injured James?

            1. Camzy
              • 11 Years
              25 days, 21 hours ago

              I went Emerson.

              Same price as Dawson, more games in hand, stronger defensive team, higher attacking potential.

              I would have gone Davies if I needed more money.

            2. AC/DC AFC
              • 6 Years
              25 days, 21 hours ago

              Tbf last week I just left James injured on my bench and went to target West Ham attacking returns.

              There's many ways to play this game.

      6. Ian & Zen
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 5 Years
        25 days, 22 hours ago

        I agree, though I was sweating a little upto 83 mins as rivals have brought one WHU defender in.
        I have’s faired better, as I bought in Thomas hoping for a Leicester dgw

        1. Ian & Zen
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 5 Years
          25 days, 22 hours ago

          *haven’t (bloody auto spell checker)

      7. Sgt Frank Drebin
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 5 Years
        25 days, 22 hours ago

        Agree! Bringing in a West Ham defender would require a hit, given that West Ham isn't that good defensively and then you're stuck with WHU defender and would probably need another -4 to get rid of him, it didn't calculate for me at all really. Although Ben Johnson is still on my radar.

        1. Sgt Frank Drebin
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 5 Years
          25 days, 21 hours ago

          *Said someone who got Gray for a hit. Although it was for a Foden so maybe not that much of a bad deal.

          1. Camzy
            • 11 Years
            25 days, 21 hours ago

            Gray is different. He's an attacker first off so higher upside, and from Everton who have 4 games potentially. I deemed the upside worth the risk. Price was also good. I need to see value for money.

            Dawson 4.9m def vs Gray 5.5m mid. It's not really close.

            I did consider Keane for full DGW madness and then an early WC but again, decided against that because it hurts the long term strength of the team.

      8. GoonerSteve
        • 12 Years
        25 days, 22 hours ago

        Similar with Everton defenders, and to an extent their players in general. Although might have a second double admittedly.

        I've got the two West ham blatants - Antonio and Bowen - but in the end i rolled my transfer.

        As you say, West Ham defence is not something I'd normally want. Coufal was blinding at times last season but less so this.

        Everton have been pretty awful of late also.

        One of my rivals played wildcard and went big on dgw, so far so good though.

      9. I Must Break You
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 3 Years
        25 days, 21 hours ago

        All of this makes sense unless you needed to downgrade James to a cheaper defender to fund other moves. Why not have that cheaper defender be on a team with a double game week? There weren’t a ton of other super solid options as not many team CS’ing these days with the exception of maybe Spurs, and who knows how fleeting that is

        1. Camzy
          • 11 Years
          25 days, 21 hours ago

          I did go Spurs. I bought Emerson this week. Same price as Dawson, more games in hand, stronger team, higher attacking potential.

          I would have gone Davies if I needed more money.

          1. _Ninja_
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 11 Years
            25 days, 21 hours ago

            Spurs likely have ARS, Lei, che in the next 3 but if Emerson can fix his crossing he could be decent. Lamptey and Johnson are huge risks in any DGW.

    4. Ze_Austin
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      25 days, 22 hours ago

      Proper carnage with those lineups

      1. Magic Zico
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 3 Years
        25 days, 22 hours ago

        Always, this season. Nothing shocking any longer?

        1. Ze_Austin
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 3 Years
          25 days, 22 hours ago

          Yeah... But still carnage. Went for the FPL jugular, that

          Mbeumo, Watkins, Lamptey

          Wow

          1. Magic Zico
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 3 Years
            25 days, 21 hours ago

            Just need to accept that plan could crumble, like it or not. The variance of luck is greater, so roll the dice and laugh.

      2. Dammit_182
          25 days, 22 hours ago

          Just wait till Chelsea v Liverpool gets announced.

      3. Disco Stu
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 9 Years
        25 days, 22 hours ago

        So glad I was told how silly doing Watkins to DCL would have been this week

        1. NateDog
          • 1 Year
          25 days, 22 hours ago

          Well honestly it was. No-one knew he wouldn't be available, he has a good fixture run and could have a double next week. DCL as a punt worked for me as my forward was rumoured to be out and it gave me a third DGW player and his fixtures looked good for a while, if it failed then I still make back the hit. If Watkins was playing today he could well have hauled

          1. CAVEAT KING
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 7 Years
            25 days, 21 hours ago

            You hope so. See my grav and not so sure. If we had not played youngsters in the C CUP. our game would have been called off

      4. SINGH
        • 3 Years
        25 days, 22 hours ago

        DCL ain't gonna do shiiiii today. He will start scoring when I bring him in lol

      5. Magic Zico
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 3 Years
        25 days, 22 hours ago

        Watkins out Tsimikas in, please farewell points!

      6. Pino
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 6 Years
        25 days, 22 hours ago

        They just said on TV2play that there are rumors Salah is out with Covid. TV2play has the rights to show PL matches in Norway.

        1. Rainer
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 5 Years
          25 days, 22 hours ago

          Huge if true.

          1. DA Minnion (Former great)
            • 9 Years
            25 days, 22 hours ago

            Yeah would get Bissoumas expected 1 point in.

        2. Ian & Zen
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 5 Years
          25 days, 22 hours ago

          So he won’t travel??

        3. GoonerSteve
          • 12 Years
          25 days, 21 hours ago

          Ouch that will sting after holding till now.

        4. PartyTime
            25 days, 21 hours ago

            Wow but we need an English source. No offence

        5. DA Minnion (Former great)
          • 9 Years
          25 days, 22 hours ago

          Brighton won't be a walk over. Really decent side.

          1. Rainer
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 5 Years
            25 days, 22 hours ago

            Brighton are a much better team than Everton.

            1. Magic Zico
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 3 Years
              25 days, 21 hours ago

              This

        6. Dammit_182
            25 days, 21 hours ago

            Quite a lot of negativity just now…my moves (2 of which were recommended on here)

            Out Bilva, James, Broja. In grey, cucurella & Antonio.

            Bilva & Broja could yet bite me as could running no Chelsea & only TAA for Liverpool. No one hacked my account and picked my line up for me, pool could smash my rank again today but this is the game.

            Good luck all.

          • Maeki2
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 1 Year
            25 days, 21 hours ago

            DCL blessing

          • CAVEAT KING
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 7 Years
            25 days, 19 hours ago

            Really