Scout Squad

The Scout Squad’s best FPL players for Blank Gameweek 30

The best Fantasy Premier League (FPL) goalkeepers, defenders, midfielders and forwards for Blank Gameweek 30 are debated by our regular panel.

With only four Premier League matches taking place, there are double-ups and triple-ups aplenty as well as inescapable conflicts of interest.

ABOUT THE SCOUT SQUAD

Fantasy Football Scout contributors Az, Sam, Neale and Tom each propose an 18-man squad of Fantasy players with the focus solely on the upcoming Gameweek.

Their selections serve as a long list for the Scout Picks, as the players nominated will then be narrowed down to a squad of 15 (with the starting XI not exceeding a total cost of £83.5m) for our final weekly selection ahead of Saturday’s deadline.

Each writer must meet the following requirements:

  • At least one goalkeeper costing £5.0m or less
  • At least one sub-£5.0m defender
  • At least one midfielder listed at £6.5m or below
  • At least one forward priced at £7.0m or lower
  • No more than three players from the same club

*If you didn’t see it previously, we’ve started doing a ‘bus team’ Scout Picks earlier in the week in order to share our initial selection thoughts with Fantasy managers who perhaps couldn’t be around closer to the deadline – but we’ll still be publishing our final squad as we were before.

SCOUT SQUAD’S PICK OF THE BEST FPL PLAYERS FOR BLANK GAMEWEEK 30

AZSAMTOMNEALE
GKJose SaJose SaJose SaJose Sa
Aaron RamsdaleAaron RamsdaleAaron RamsdaleKasper Schmeichel
Illan MeslierKasper SchmeichelKasper SchmeichelIllan Meslier
DEFSergio ReguilonMatthew CashSergio ReguilonSergio Reguilon
Rayan Ait-NouriConor CoadyRayan Ait-NouriJonny Castro Otto
Ricardo PereiraPontus JanssonRicardo PereiraMatthew Cash
Matthew CashRicardo PereiraMatthew CashBen White
Daniel AmarteyKeiran TierneyPontus JanssonEthan Pinnock
MIDHarvey BarnesSon Heung-minSon Heung-minPhilippe Coutinho
Dejan KulusevskiHarvey BarnesHarvey BarnesHarvey Barnes
Philippe CoutinhoRaphinhaPhilippe CoutinhoSon Heung-min
Bukayo SakaDejan KulusevskiGabriel MartinelliGabriel Martinelli
Daniel PodenceChristian EriksenSaid BenrahmaChristian Eriksen
FWDHarry KaneHarry KaneHarry KaneHarry Kane
Ivan ToneyRaul JimenezRaul JimenezIvan Toney
Alexandre LacazetteAlexandre LacazetteAlexandre LacazetteRaul Jimenez
Danny IngsIvan ToneyIvan ToneyAlexandre Lacazette
Patrick BamfordOllie WatkinsOllie WatkinsOllie Watkins

Most popular picks: Jose Sa, Matthew Cash, Harvey Barnes, Harry Kane, Ivan Toney, Alexandre Lacazette (four), Aaron Ramsdale, Kasper Schmeichel, Ricardo Pereira, Sergio Reguilon, Son Heung-min, Philippe Coutinho, Ollie Watkins, Raul Jimenez (three)


AZ SAID

Ah, Blank Gameweek 30. What a truly awful bunch of fixtures we are left with. What else can we do but try and pick the best options and find a hidden gem? In truth, however, there are very few players who I think have a chance of hitting double digits this week.

The top three players for me are quite simple. Harry Kane is back, and is statistically the best performing player of all Gameweek 30 options with a minutes-per-non-penalty-xGI of 122.3. He now has seven goals in as many games and in my mind, only a brave manager would head into the final stretch of fixtures without him.

I also like the look of Harvey Barnes this week, with Leicester v Brentford potentially offering the best chance of goals at either end of the pitch. The absence of Jamie Vardy harms Leicester as an attacking force but Barnes has found a way, with a goal and an assist preceding the blank against Arsenal. With Brentford conceding a chance every 5.8 mins over their last six matches (statistically the second-worst in the league), Barnes is an intriguing differential.

Elsewhere, I’ve gone for Dejan Kulusevski over Son Heung-min, with the Korean looking a bit out of sorts lately and dropping deeper to try to influence things. “Deki” now has attacking returns in five out of his last six games, an impressive tally for someone priced just £6.2m – that’s a whopping £4.7m less than Son.A lot of Son’s underlying numbers do remain marginally better than Kulusevski over the last six Gameweeks but the Swede is having a shot more often (41.8 v 45.7 mins) and boasts a better minutes-per-point average than his teammate (12.9 v 15.2).

To try and find some differentials in this uninspiring Gameweek, I’ve gone for the likes of Ivan Toney and Daniel Podence in attack. Podence has created a very respectable 11 chances in his last six outings, to go with 12 shots over the same timeframe. Toney meanwhile boasts the best minutes per point (6.9) of all players in the league in that time.

SAM SAID

The best Spurs players for FPL Double Gameweek 29 and beyond 5

With just four fixtures this weekend, and all of them tricky to call, it is a challenge picking the best FPL options.

With both Liam Cooper and Kalvin Phillips back in training and available for the weekend we could see a very different Leeds team, one that was already boosted by the last-minute win over Norwich in Gameweek 29. Raphinha returned an assist in Gameweek 29 and could have had a whole lot more, so I think he could do better than some are expecting in Gameweek 30. Since Gameweek 22, only Bruno Fernandes has created more chances than the 26 supplied by the Brazilian. However, I also suspect that Wolves will score in this fixture as Leeds have conceded 65 goals this season, more than any other team. With Hwang Hee-chan an injury doubt, Raul Jimenez looks a good option, as does Conor Coady, who has found the back of the net on three occasions so far in 2021/22.

Arsenal v Aston Villa could be a very open game. Leaving Philippe Coutinho out of my midfield picks was a difficult decision but Matty Cash and Ollie Watkins were easy choices. Cash has returned three double-digit hauls in his last four matches for Villa and over the course of the season so far, has registered three goals, three assists and 11 clean sheets. Since Gameweek 22, only three defenders have created more chances than Cash’s 11 and his xGI ranks him in the top ten defenders in the league. Watkins averages 7.67 points per game against Arsenal, meanwhile, returning in both fixtures against them last season. Even though the striker has blanked in Villa’s last two Premier League games, he still ranks fourth for threat amongst forwards. Alexandre Lacazette is one of the more in-form strikers in the league, meanwhile, having returned in five of Arsenal’s last six Premier League fixtures.

Leicester have kept just two clean sheets since Gameweek 20 and in that time have conceded 12 goals. They have allowed 22 attempts from set-pieces since Gameweek 26 alone; only Norwich and Spurs have conceded more. This makes Christian Eriksen a very attractive differential option this weekend. Thomas Frank eased the Dane into the team slowly following his cardiac arrest last summer but he has now played 90 minutes in the last two Premier League fixtures and returned an assist against the Canaries last weekend. Eriksen’s set-piece threat makes him a great differential for this Gameweek, while Ivan Toney is also refinding his form with five goals in the last two matches and will be boosted by Eriksen’s creativity from deep.

For Leicester, Harvey Barnes looks the best attacking option in the absence of Jamie Vardy. Since Gameweek 25, Barnes has had 16 attempts on goal, more than any of his Leicester City teammates and the same as Bruno Fernandes in 90 minutes less game-time. His total of 117 touches in the final third is second across the Leicester team and is more than the likes of Mason Mount has managed.

London derbies always throw up interesting results and with Sunday’s fixture between Spurs and West Ham likely to have a big impact on the European spots for next season, this is a difficult game to predict. The Hammers will be without Jarrod Bowen, and FPL managers are waiting for an update on Michail Antonio’s availability. There have only been two clean sheets in the last nine meetings between these sides in all competitions and there is an average of 3.88 goals scored per match. Indeed this fixture has seen four or more goals nine times since 2015. As a result, tripling up on the Spurs attack seems wise. Son Heung-min has returned in Spurs’ last two home matches against West Ham in the Premier League. He averages 5.64 points per match against the Hammers and has only blanked once against them. Like Son, Harry Kane has also returned in Spurs’ last two home meetings with West Ham in the league. He averages 5.38 points per match against the east Londoners, which rises to 8.8 when at home.

TOM SAID…

Given the lack of standout clean sheet opportunities in Gameweek 30, I’ve mostly opted for attack-minded options at the back.

Since Antonio Conte took charge, Sergio Reguilon’s rate of 0.53 expected goal involvements (xGI) per 90 minutes is the best among defenders (for context, Trent Alexander-Arnold’s is 0.49 across the season), whilst he has also contributed two goals and two assists in 11 starts. In light of Ryan Sessegnon’s injury, he perhaps feels a little more nailed than Matt Doherty on the opposite flank, and given the obvious upside, is my top defender pick in a week of limited options.

Elsewhere, the consensus amongst Wolverhampton Wanderers fans – at least on the forums I’ve visited – is that Rayan Ait-Nouri is due a start on Friday, given the intensity of Leeds United’s attack. The Frenchman has shared minutes with Marcal of late, but produced an assist in his last Molineux appearance, whilst a share of set-pieces duties is another appealing factor behind his selection.

However, there isn’t such rotation concerns for Matty Cash, who is second among defenders for penalty box touches in 2021/22 and has delivered four attacking returns in as many matches over the past few weeks. 

Pontus Jansson, meanwhile, will likely concede, but could at least take advantage of Leicester City’s vulnerabilities at dead-ball situations.

Cut-price midfielder Dejan Kulusevski is a tempting midfield pick, given his attacking output since his January arrival from Juventus, but I’ve opted for Son Heung-min here. Despite disappointing in Double Gameweek 29, the South Korean has 12 attacking returns in 14 matches from Gameweek 14 onwards, while opponents West Ham United have been more prone to conceding chances and crosses from their right in 2021/22, which has been even more prominent in the last six matches.

Harvey Barnes is an appealing midfield differential, having produced three goals and six assists in his last 13 Premier League appearances, two of which were as a substitute. The winger has now completed 90 minutes in four of the Foxes’ last five matches, and given James Maddison’s new-found rotation risk status, is the standout attacking option for their home clash against a Brentford side that has conceded 24 goals in their last 10 away matches. Further forward, Patson Daka or Kelechi Iheanacho could also enter the conversation, although I’d like to see Thursday’s UEFA Conference League tie before committing. The same goes for Ricardo Pereira, who seems unlikely to start at the weekend if he gets the nod against Rennes.

Gabriel Martinelli was excellent in Arsenal’s Gameweek 29 double-header and has a better minutes-per-xGI figure than all of the Arsenal midfield regulars in 2021/22, including Bukayo Saka, which isn’t bad considering he costs £1.3m less. Yes, he isn’t completely nailed with Emile Smith Rowe lurking, but he has now started the last 13 Premier League matches he has been available for, producing four goals and two assists. Arsenal’s match-up at Aston Villa is far from straightforward, but Alexandre Lacazette joins the Brazilian, having produced three goals and eight assists in his last 12 starts.

NEALE SAID

Five-time top 1k FPL finisher Tom Freeman on Villa under Gerrard and his Gameweek 13 plans 4

There’s no getting away from the fact that we will be pitting more than one Fantasy asset against another from an opposing side in Gameweek 30, such is the decimated pool of players we have to choose from. On top of the small number of fixtures taking place, there are also few stand-out clean sheet opportunities leaping from the page – so the bulk of the picks this week are selected for their attacking threat.

At the back, there are few Gameweek 30 defenders more attacking than Sergio Reguilon and Matt Doherty. I’ve plumped with Reguilon in the end as he’s actually outperformed the Irishman for penalty box touches, shots, big chances and key passes in his last six outings, with two clear openings against Brighton on Wednesday underscoring his goal threat. West Ham have also allowed almost twice as many chances to be created from their right flank as their left in their last half-dozen matches, which also just about persuades me to stick with Son Heung-min over Dejan Kulusevski. Budget isn’t an issue with the Scout Picks this week, incidentally, given the lack of Messrs Salah, Alexander-Arnold, Cancelo and co.

Matty Cash, second for penalty box touches among defenders this season, also makes the cut after his recent attacking heroics. Arsenal’s midweek exertions and 63-hour turnaround between the Liverpool and Villa games also makes me more confident than usual in the Villans, who haven’t yet beaten anyone in the top nine under Steven Gerrard. Ollie Watkins, whose underlying stats and game-time are trumping those of strike partner Danny Ings, and Philippe Coutinho also get the nod but just to show how much bet-hedging is going on in this borderline slapstick Gameweek, there is also a long-list triple-up on the Gunners. Gabriel Martinelli really caught my eye in Gameweek 29, particularly against Liverpool, and he would be my midfielder of choice from the red half of north London, whilst acknowledging the risk involved with game-time.

As is the case with the above fixture, the scheduling of Leicester v Brentford favours the bookies’ underdogs. The Foxes are in France on Thursday evening before facing the Bees at the weekend, so Thomas Frank’s side may fancy their chances at the King Power. I’ve selected Christian Eriksen and Ethan Pinnock, along with the in-form Ivan Toney, due to their dead-ball prowess and Leicester’s tendency to concede from set plays, with Pinnock’s superior rate of baseline bonus points compared to his defensive colleagues also a factor. The on-song Harvey Barnes perhaps stands more of a chance than any of them to make the Scout Picks cut, however, given that Brentford haven’t kept an away clean sheet since Gameweek 5.

Alongside Jose Sa and Raul Jimenez, I’ve gone with Jonny Castro Otto as my third Wolves pick for the Leeds game. Injuries to Ki-Jana Hoever and Nelson Semedo would seemingly ensure Jonny’s place for Gameweek 30 at least, with the Spaniard ranked joint-third and fifth among defenders for chances created and final-third touches respectively since his return to the starting XI in Gameweek 28.


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270 Comments Post a Comment
  1. tbos83
    • 1 Year
    3 months, 21 days ago

    The sad truth for chip hoarders is they're not going to bring you much added value in the last few gw's

    1. Hazz
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      3 months, 21 days ago

      Copium

    2. EmreCan Hustle
      • 9 Years
      3 months, 21 days ago

      Chips are usually played in the last few GWs. That was more or less the norm.

    3. Gunneryank
        3 months, 21 days ago

        I strongly disagree. There is a ton of football left to be played.

      • AC Yew
        • 3 Years
        3 months, 21 days ago

        Whatever helps you sleep at night buddy

      • g40steve
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        3 months, 21 days ago

        TC Salah in 26 won’t be beaten

        1. Baps hunter
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 4 Years
          3 months, 21 days ago

          That was always the best time to play it and this is easy to say even without hindsight.

    4. Hazz
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      3 months, 21 days ago

      Willock you better make up for blocking those Ramsey points -__-

    5. Hawk Eye
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 10 Years
      3 months, 21 days ago

      Broja is leaving the squad.
      Want a Leicester player for GW30 onwards, and Vardy out. So:
      A. Daka
      B. Iheanacho
      C. Other (Toney?)

      1. mdm
        • 10 Years
        3 months, 21 days ago

        C. yes

    6. OptimusBlack
      • 9 Years
      3 months, 21 days ago

      Shiiiiit Willock play

    7. Sun Jihai
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 10 Years
      3 months, 21 days ago

      Everton XI: Begovic, Coleman, Holgate, Keane, Godfrey, Allan, Doucouré, Gray, Iwobi, Gordon, Richarlison

      Newcastle XI: Dubravka, Krafth, Schär, Burn, Targett, Guimaraes, Joelinton, Willock, Almirón, Fraser, Wood

      Pickford ill, DCL on bench

      1. Firminoooo
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 6 Years
        3 months, 21 days ago

        Thank you. Targett haul please.

      2. Hairy Potter
        • 7 Years
        3 months, 21 days ago

        Pickford left out because he struggles against Newcastle?

    8. FCSB
      • 6 Years
      3 months, 21 days ago

      Ramsdale
      Saiss Kilman Doherty
      Saka Coutinho Son Raphinha
      Lacazette Jimenez

      Dubravka Salah TAA Rudiger Broja

      1FT, 0.0itb

      Going to run with one of the below, which is the best option:

      1. 11 players
      GW30 Salah Jimenez >> Barnes Kane(c) [-4]
      GW31 Coutinho Son >> Kulusevski Salah [-4]

      2. 10 players
      GW30 Son Jimenez >> Kulusevski Kane(c) [-4]
      GW31 TBC

      Thanks

    9. AC Yew
      • 3 Years
      3 months, 21 days ago

      Got the following players for GW30. Decided to save my FH. Looking to make two moves (short term as still have WC). Who would you bring in this week?

      Ramsdale
      Dier Saiss
      Kulu Saka Son Ramsey.

    10. mdm
      • 10 Years
      3 months, 21 days ago

      Which option:

      A. Willock to Maddy
      B. Adams to Toney
      C. Both for -4
      D. save FT

      1. EmreCan Hustle
        • 9 Years
        3 months, 21 days ago

        A.
        Adams will probably have a DGW in 33.

        1. mdm
          • 10 Years
          3 months, 21 days ago

          So does Willock

    11. Stimps
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      3 months, 21 days ago

      Kula or Barnes?

      Have Son, Doherty.

      Going Kaneless

      1. Boxwoods
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        3 months, 21 days ago

        I went for Kulu.

    12. FOMFF
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 6 Years
      3 months, 21 days ago

      Son & Maupay > Kane & Odegaard for -4 a good move? Gives me 8 for the week.

      Sa,
      Ait Nouri (TAA, Robbo, Cancelo, Dalot)
      Son, Kulu, Ramsey, Saka (Salah)
      Jimi (Maupay, King)

      1. Gunneryank
          3 months, 21 days ago

          Not bad, prefer Martinelli though. But good plan tbh. I can't get Kane without sacrificing Salah.

          1. FOMFF
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 6 Years
            3 months, 21 days ago

            Why do you prefer Martinelli?
            Watching Odergaard he plays out of skin every game.

            1. Gunneryank
                3 months, 21 days ago

                Oh Odegaard is a better player for sure, Martinelli just has similar numbers with 550 less minutes, and is a bit cheaper if you're short on cash. In truth, I don't think I would actually have either one, but Odegaard is a perfectly justifiable pick.

                1. FOMFF
                  • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                  • 6 Years
                  3 months, 19 days ago

                  Well that worked out well

        • Scholes Out For Summer
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 8 Years
          3 months, 21 days ago

          Fofana wow

        • Hazz
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 5 Years
          3 months, 21 days ago

          Fofana goal, first game back!

          1. theplayer
            • 8 Years
            3 months, 21 days ago

            Squeaky bum time for Amartey owners

        • Big Ronnie
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 8 Years
          3 months, 21 days ago

          1FT and £2.6m ITB. Want a Leicester player but don't want to get rid of any mids.

          Ramsdale
          Doherty, Saiss, Digne*
          Saka, Kulu, Raph, Ramsey
          Kane, Antonio

          DDG*, Salah*, TAA*, Cancelo*, Archer*

          A) Digne to Tierney
          B) Archer to Toney
          C) Both for -4
          D) Something else (Coady instead of Tierney? punt on Leicester forward?)

        • Merlinho
          • 13 Years
          3 months, 21 days ago

          Two free hits to play in 33 and 36. Should I get Toney or Jimenez with my FT this week? I’m veering towards Jimenez as he’s got better fixtures outside 33 and 36.

          1. luk46
            • 3 Years
            3 months, 21 days ago

            I’d say Toney, he’s in much better form

          2. Gunneryank
              3 months, 21 days ago

              I just can't get behind a Wolves attacker. Eriksen seems to have helped Brentford's attack and Toney seems to be the immediate beneficiary.

          3. Reinhold
            • 11 Years
            3 months, 21 days ago

            How much would you say the combination of a BB, TC and FH is worth in points?

            1. mdm
              • 10 Years
              3 months, 21 days ago

              60-70

            2. Echoes
              • 1 Year
              3 months, 21 days ago

              Probably about 50 points

          4. BobB
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 12 Years
            3 months, 21 days ago

            Pickford dropped in time for Pope to take over for England

          5. DA Minnion (Former great)
            • 9 Years
            3 months, 21 days ago

            A Newcastle clean sheet would be nice.

          6. HuttonDressedasLahm
            • 12 Years
            3 months, 21 days ago

            Played Pickford
            Benched Dubravka

            All bets on a Newcastle CS now!

            Fml

          7. mr messi
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 11 Years
            3 months, 21 days ago

            Is 8 players enough for this week (for a hit) or should I FH? I have 2 fhs, wildcard and bench boost.

            1. Wizard of Ozil
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 9 Years
              3 months, 21 days ago

              how the hell have have you kept all those chips..??

              1. Gunneryank
                  3 months, 21 days ago

                  I would save the FH. 8 is fine. It's what i'm doing.

              2. Echoes
                • 1 Year
                3 months, 21 days ago

                Have 2FHs and BB, and probably using one FH this GW

              3. jungle
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 10 Years
                3 months, 21 days ago

                I have those chips left and 9 players - however going to hang onto them and maybe take one hit. Team is not great for this g/w but with few appealing options i don't think its worth wasting a FH in this particular GW

              4. Baps hunter
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 4 Years
                3 months, 21 days ago

                Your linked team says you have used your BB.

                1. mr messi
                  • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                  • 11 Years
                  3 months, 21 days ago

                  Oops, that was an old link. I've updated it now . Haven't used BB

            2. Salalalala
              • 3 Years
              3 months, 21 days ago

              ASM on bench today as well !! That was one bad WC pick 4 weeks back

              1. Salalalala
                • 3 Years
                3 months, 21 days ago

                Was hoping for a parting gift but 1 pointer looks like, again!

            3. Almathkourq8
              • 2 Years
              3 months, 21 days ago

              Hello from Kuwait guys!
              I have only 7 players not gonna play GW30

              I have FH and WC, which one do u think I hit?

              1. Wizard of Ozil
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 9 Years
                3 months, 21 days ago

                don`t play any chips this week. save the free hit for a much bigger GW. everyone will have a small team this week with low scores. not many players to pick from. I wouldn't take any hits either.

                1. Almathkourq8
                  • 2 Years
                  3 months, 21 days ago

                  Thank you
                  But I only have 4 players gonna play ! Thats too low

                  1. OptimusBlack
                    • 9 Years
                    3 months, 21 days ago

                    If u have just 4 players to play surely use FH
                    Hello from Egypt 😉

                    1. Almathkourq8
                      • 2 Years
                      3 months, 21 days ago

                      Hello my brother.
                      Thank you I think im gonna use it

                  2. Gunneryank
                      3 months, 21 days ago

                      Oh. I was confused by the way you worded it. "Only" and "7" 🙂

                      Maybe worth considering a FH.

                      1. Almathkourq8
                        • 2 Years
                        3 months, 21 days ago

                        Sorry for my wording

                2. Gunneryank
                    3 months, 21 days ago

                    Yeah don't play any chips this week.

                  • Echoes
                    • 1 Year
                    3 months, 21 days ago

                    Hello mate. Is beer commonly found in Kuwait, and if so, which are the most popular ones? Asking as I may need to travel there for a week sometime in May.

                    For your question, save the chips.

                    1. Echoes
                      • 1 Year
                      3 months, 21 days ago

                      Seems you have only 4 players. FH in that case.

                    2. Almathkourq8
                      • 2 Years
                      3 months, 21 days ago

                      Hello my brother.
                      The alcohol is not allowed in Kuwait its prohibited. But you there are people making it at home and selling it.
                      You are more welcome to visit Kuwait and prepare urself for the hottest weather u are gonna witnesses

                      I want to save the chips but I only have 4 players that must be a problem for me

                3. fedolefan
                  • 8 Years
                  3 months, 21 days ago

                  This has 0-0 written all over. rip.