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  1. Learning from ‘The Great and The Good’ FPL managers – Gameweek 8 10 hours, 53 mins ago

    I am having a tough time to pick my 3rd FW spot on WC along with Antonio and Lukaku (budget between 6 and 8) Option A- Jimenez. On pens, nailed for 90 minutes but still playing with his injury in the back of his head (bad pun..) Wolves have very average attacking threat Option B- Ings. On pens (if el ghazi is not on the pitch). Watkins / Buendia seems to be starting to click recently so this could benefit Ings. Also Cash and Targett offensive support is a game changer compared to last year. So an interesting prospect. Option C- Ihenacho. Quite an intruiging one. Don'thave the pens, not nailed but have a real ceiling Leicester play much better with him in the side. Option D- Odsonne Edouard. Quite a differential. Cry post some good attacking numbers and have a great calendar ahead (bar mci) Who would you go with? » Read

  2. Fantasy Football Scout wins ‘best editorial’ at Football Content Awards 2021 1 day, 6 hours ago

    On a WC, I ma having a tough time to assess Raul Jimenez. Wolves are average regarding attacking threat. I think he is really missing service but at the same time he's kind of that style of player. A few chances and banging the goals. Can Wolves step up thanks to the kind calendar ahead? Another intringiung option is Ihenacho. Could he be an option? » Read

  3. Why Jimenez was benched and Cash's goal threat: FPL notes from Villa v Wolves 2 days, 4 hours ago

    On a WC A- Foden / Hwang B- ESR / Jimenez » Read

  4. FPL Gameweek 7 Scout Picks built on Chelsea triple-up 18 days, 23 hours ago

    Is there any cons in captaining Antonio this week-end? I am on Lukaku (c) full FOMO style but can’t help thinking there is absolutely no reasons not to captain Antonio in the end » Read

  5. Learning from ‘The Great and The Good’ FPL managers – Gameweek 6 21 days, 11 hours ago

    What's your take on the ESR vs Saka debate? The two are posting very similar stats although Saka is 0.9 more expensive. They probably have equal security of starts/rotation risk ratio but Saka's positionning seems easier to predict although ESR might sometimes play deeper. Saka more explosive and better BPS magnet but ESR seems more involved in the overall build-up process of arsenal game and looks hungry at the moment. He's kind of a new Santi Cazorla in my eyes. Great involvement, able to assist and finish. But Saka is more proven. Very hard to pick one although I beliebe there's not enough difference between the two to jutify the expense of 0,9 more for Saka? What's your opinion on this? Arsenal fans what do you think? Will arteta give the keys to ESR in the very short term? » Read