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  1. The Scout Squad’s best FPL players for Blank Gameweek 36 1 day, 22 hours ago

    A - Ings clearly back and firing but these are now three well organised teams B - Leaky defences, great fixtures for Bam on paper, but he has dried right up C - Back in form, I'd take him for the first two then transfer out for City D - Too late to ride the Wood train E - No guarantee he's fit enough to start all three, bit of a lottery for me In order of preference I'd go CBA » Read

  2. The Scout Squad’s best FPL players for Blank Gameweek 36 1 day, 22 hours ago

    oh and Mendy out for 36. but I don't think I should prioritise fixing the keeper in GW36 » Read

  3. The Scout Squad’s best FPL players for Blank Gameweek 36 1 day, 22 hours ago

    I'm 20 points clear of main rival with this GW35 team... Mendy Trent-Digne-Holding Salah-Bale-JWP-Bruno DCL-Vardy-Nacho (Forster-ESR-Coady-Dawson) Dead meat for 36 are probably Forster and definitely Holding, Bruno, Vardy, Nacho & ESR My main rival has Son and Kane. I'm torn between attacking and blocking. A: The safe/blocking move. Vardy & Bruno to Kane & Son (-4). I'm happy selling Bruno, I think his minutes will be managed ahead of the Europa Final. B: The attacking move. Vardy & Holding to Ings & Dallas (-4). This is what I would like to do under ordinary circumstances but Kane & Son could totally wipe my lead if they deliver v Wolves who have given up so many chances down the right and through the middle in recent weeks. What do people think? » Read

  4. Seven-time top 10k finisher Zophar on Man Utd's best Triple Gameweek 35 players 8 days, 2 hours ago

    PS no money in the bank - otherwise the logical move is to ditch Holding for Lindelof » Read

  5. Seven-time top 10k finisher Zophar on Man Utd's best Triple Gameweek 35 players 8 days, 2 hours ago

    Help please! Do i need another United player for a hit? But who makes way? Apart from bringing in Henderson for Mendy or Lindelof for Coady, i can’t see anything else that makes sense, short of ditching Bale (the only single gameweeker in the 11) for Greenwood or Rashford. But then i’m creating a problem with all those moves as i’d be removing GW36 players for blankers! Would you stick or bring in one more United? Thoughts v welcome... Mendy or Forster Trent - Digne - Holding Salah - Bruno (c) - Bale - JWP Nacho - Vardy - DCL (ESR, Coady, Dawson) » Read

  6. Ex-FPL champion Simon March: How to avoid the correlation-causation fallacy 9 days, 20 hours ago

    he did but since Newcastle game i haven’t seen the same fizz in his play so i reckon that over-performing bubble has burst » Read

  7. Ex-FPL champion Simon March: How to avoid the correlation-causation fallacy 9 days, 20 hours ago

    those look good to me, although you would have to watch Vardy from behind the sofa! » Read

  8. Ex-FPL champion Simon March: How to avoid the correlation-causation fallacy 9 days, 20 hours ago

    yes he’s not fully fit (muscle issues) so i’d jump off now » Read

  9. Ex-FPL champion Simon March: How to avoid the correlation-causation fallacy 9 days, 20 hours ago

    agree with this. when fully fit and motivated like right now he looks irresistible. such a deadly finisher. » Read

  10. Ex-FPL champion Simon March: How to avoid the correlation-causation fallacy 9 days, 20 hours ago

    i’d lose a Chelsea defender/keeper » Read

  11. Ex-FPL champion Simon March: How to avoid the correlation-causation fallacy 9 days, 21 hours ago

    just JWP for me - biggest haul potential » Read

  12. Ex-FPL champion Simon March: How to avoid the correlation-causation fallacy 9 days, 21 hours ago

    That August statement is a good example of the article above’s subject matter. Yes this was true in the four seasons from 14/15 to 17/18 (no PL goals) but since then he scored 2 goals in 3 August PL games in 18/19 and 19/20 and this season the PL didn’t start until Sept. » Read

  13. Ex-FPL champion Simon March: How to avoid the correlation-causation fallacy 9 days, 21 hours ago

    meslier & pickford look best to me (or Allison if budget permits) » Read

  14. Ex-FPL champion Simon March: How to avoid the correlation-causation fallacy 9 days, 21 hours ago

    i shipped both out for Bale and DCL last gameweek. no immediate plans to buy back unless Kane shows signs he is fully fit again and not cruising into the Euros to protect his wobbly ankle » Read

  15. Ex-FPL champion Simon March: How to avoid the correlation-causation fallacy 9 days, 21 hours ago

    if i had to guess i would say DDG gets the last two Europa games and the last game in front of fans » Read

  16. Ex-FPL champion Simon March: How to avoid the correlation-causation fallacy 9 days, 21 hours ago

    i would yes. i’d also seriously consider Coleman. Ancellotti seems set on the bombing wing backs now and Holgate’s assist potential seems to have dimished and he loves a yellow card (currently on 8) » Read

  17. Ex-FPL champion Simon March: How to avoid the correlation-causation fallacy 9 days, 21 hours ago

    i would choose AAB » Read

  18. Who has the best and worst FPL fixtures for the season run-in? 10 days, 22 hours ago

    Consider Raph to Ward-Prowse? » Read

  19. Who has the best and worst FPL fixtures for the season run-in? 10 days, 23 hours ago

    I would have said Mane but he'll get a double now (with Trent and Allison) when they move the United match to the 16th May and switch West Brom v Liverpool to the 12th or 13th May. I'd probably shift James to Digne as he won't play twice in the DGW and blanks after. Then either Lingard to Ward-Prowse or Semedo to Shaw? » Read

  20. Who has the best and worst FPL fixtures for the season run-in? 10 days, 23 hours ago

    Which is more important to him? Euros or Golden Boot? Sub-consciously he'll be thinking about his ankle. I watched him v Man City then ditched him. No plans to get him back. » Read