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  1. Solskjaer provides Rashford injury update as Rodgers backs Vardy from the spot 3 days, 7 hours ago

    Seems sensible to me » Read

  2. Solskjaer provides Rashford injury update as Rodgers backs Vardy from the spot 3 days, 7 hours ago

    Would you not free up the money? There are plenty of cheaper options for bench fodder. I’m inclined to take the money out of him and reinvest elsewhere » Read

  3. Solskjaer provides Rashford injury update as Rodgers backs Vardy from the spot 3 days, 8 hours ago

    I agree - Vardy gets a few more weeks especially for gameweek 24 but how long I stop long without scoring? » Read

  4. Solskjaer provides Rashford injury update as Rodgers backs Vardy from the spot 3 days, 11 hours ago

    With Leicester losing at Burnley this weekend is it time to admit defeat and move on our Leicester assets ahead of a more challenging run of fixtures? Vardy missed a penalty this weekend, scoring 0 points for the gameweek having failed to score in 2020. Is the Vardy party over? Maddison has one return in 7 gameweeks - should we use him as our route in to the double Liverpool attack? With Leicester only keeping one clean sheet in the last 8 should we hold on to our Liverpool defenders? » Read

  5. Rashford plays down injury worries after latest FPL double-digit haul 10 days, 11 hours ago

    Is it time to consider Bobby Firmino? He is currently in only 9.5% of teams and his ownership is significantly lower than the other two parts of the Liverpool attack - Salah and Mane. All of Firmino’s 7 goals have come away from home and with both of Liverpool’s double Gameweek fixtures away does that make him a better option than both Mane and Salah whose returns away from home have not been as good as Firmino’s. » Read

  6. The latest FFS Cup fixtures and results 17 days, 9 hours ago

  7. The latest FFS Cup fixtures and results 17 days, 9 hours ago

    Son up top with Moura & Dele, more game time for Eriksen if he is still a Spurs player by the end of the window, Lamela could be a good option as could Lo Celso depending on minutes and what we see from Mourinho in terms of PL line ups. There’s definitely options and ones to keep on the radar - question is can we trust them?! » Read

  8. The latest FFS Cup fixtures and results 17 days, 9 hours ago

    100% agree smaller squads, less ability to rotate, tired players with fixture congestion = FPL headache! » Read

  9. The latest FFS Cup fixtures and results 17 days, 10 hours ago

    The FA Cup draws this weekend throw a whole new dimension in to FPL planning. With a replay to play in a couple of weeks does this impact your FPL thoughts? Do you worry more about picking Man United, Wolves, Watford and Spurs as a result of the extra game and rotation worries? » Read

  10. Kane suffers hamstring tear as Heaton and Wesley are ruled out for the season 19 days, 11 hours ago

  11. Kane suffers hamstring tear as Heaton and Wesley are ruled out for the season 19 days, 11 hours ago

    Agreed! » Read

  12. Kane suffers hamstring tear as Heaton and Wesley are ruled out for the season 19 days, 11 hours ago

    As a rotating keeper yes. Probably not as a sole keeper » Read

  13. Kane suffers hamstring tear as Heaton and Wesley are ruled out for the season 19 days, 11 hours ago

    Wow three even with the fixtures that week? How many Liverpool? » Read

  14. Kane suffers hamstring tear as Heaton and Wesley are ruled out for the season 19 days, 11 hours ago

    Yes it feels like West Ham as enablers for the Liverpool double mid doesn’t it. I mean in reality if a cheap mid gets four in the double that’s better than 2/3 off someone else - as long as it’s not a hit and allows for other important transfers » Read

  15. Kane suffers hamstring tear as Heaton and Wesley are ruled out for the season 19 days, 11 hours ago

    Effectively relying on save points for Fab in the double though right as can’t see a West Ham clean sheet vs either Liverpool or Leicester? » Read

  16. Kane suffers hamstring tear as Heaton and Wesley are ruled out for the season 19 days, 12 hours ago

    West Ham showed real new manager bounce against Bournemouth in Gameweek 21. As a result I’ll be watching their game in the FA Cup game against Gillingham this weekend with interest to see whether Moyes plays a full strength team for the confidence a cup run could bring and indeed whether the bounce was West Ham themselves as opposed to Bournemouth’s terrible form. Thinking ahead to West Ham’s double Gameweek in 24. If Haller gets attacking returns this weekend would you look at him for the double? Felipe Anderson? Fornals? If Antonio is fit would you see him as an option? Or are the double Gameweek fixtures vs Liverpool and Leicester too difficult to bring anyone in to your team? » Read