Skonto Rigga
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Neale is the deputy editor of Fantasy Football Scout.

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  1. FPL reveal Salah's price and position for 2019/20 19 days, 22 hours ago

    RMTFabianskiPereira-Ritchie-RobertsonSalah-Fraser-GrealishWilson » Read

  2. FPL reveal Salah's price and position for 2019/20 19 days, 23 hours ago

    GW3-5 putting me off a bit. Leicester/Everton marked as "blue" on the Season Ticker but two of the in-form teams at the back-end of last season. That may count for naff all in August, of course. Very possible I'll take a punt on King in the first two GWs (hoping for an early-season spike in VAR-related penalties till it settles down). » Read

  3. FPL reveal the first player prices of 2019/20 20 days, 8 hours ago

    By my reckoning, Salah played 25 games on the right flank compared to 13 centrally. For consistency's sake I expect he'll remain a midfielder, even though he betters most FPL forwards in terms of underlying goal threat. Same goes for Sterling and anyone else playing in the wide roles of a 4-3-3 (no matter if they are orthodox wingers or not). » Read

  4. FPL reveal the first player prices of 2019/20 20 days, 8 hours ago

    "As a rule of thumb, players who feature as wingers in a front three tend to remain as FPL midfielders, while those who spearhead a three-man frontline, are paired in a strike duo or plough a lone furrow in attack are generally classified as Fantasy forwards."Nicked this from a previous article we did. Rightly or wrongly, it seems to be the case in FPL at present. » Read

  5. A Fantasy manager's guide to expected goals (xG) 23 days, 8 hours ago

    Nice read, MBP.I'd written a bit about Ritchie too (https://www.fantasyfootballscout.co.uk/2019/05/29/fpl-players-who-could-change-position-in-2019-20/) and, for consistency's sake, he ought to be reclassified given that FPL have generally looked back at the season just gone (rather than anticipating what might happen in the season to come) when making decisions on player position.He may well be OOP but I'll be staying well clear initially, given fixtures/Benitez probably leaving/toxic atmosphere mounting.I expect there'll be a drop-off in clean sheets if Rafa does walk as I can't see his successor getting 11 shut-outs out of the likes of Manquillo/Dummett, who have been made to look way better than Championship-level by their manager (having grown up with the likes of Alessandro Pistone, Claudio Cacapa and Peter Ramage, it really is a shock to the system to watch a defence this competent).He'll probably end up, then, being Holebas + £0.5/1.0m: assist potential from set p… » Read

  6. A Fantasy manager's guide to expected goals (xG) 23 days, 9 hours ago

    Thanks very much, both!FFScout's, number four, FFScout's, FFScout's number four (I'll more than settle for that) » Read

  7. A Fantasy manager's guide to expected goals (xG) 23 days, 9 hours ago

    Thank you very much! Good to hear 🙂 » Read

  8. What Moussa Djenepo could offer FPL managers at Southampton 25 days, 20 hours ago

    Update: Mat's deployed a hack to disable the consent message, so hopefully you're no longer seeing it at every turn. » Read

  9. What Moussa Djenepo could offer FPL managers at Southampton 25 days, 20 hours ago

    You're both right - I'm the deputy editor and also a nobody. » Read

  10. What Moussa Djenepo could offer FPL managers at Southampton 25 days, 22 hours ago

    I've reported this to Mat and co, who will hopefully be able to look into it. » Read