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Comments (Last 30 Days)

  1. Watford and Wolves double-up for Gameweek 22 Scout Picks 7 days, 14 hours ago

    Aurier has the pedigree, Rico has the form Both? » Read

  2. Doherty hinting at return to incredible debut season form 7 days, 15 hours ago

    Tammy, if Burnley is still this bad by then » Read

  3. Doherty hinting at return to incredible debut season form 7 days, 15 hours ago

    Drop one: A. Madders B. Martial C. Jimenez Please vote on who to drop » Read

  4. Doherty hinting at return to incredible debut season form 7 days, 16 hours ago

    Dendo to Hayden for 0.1m and roll the other Or Soy to Sidibe if you're feeling punty. Going point on the Ndidi absence. Not much to change here, tbh » Read

  5. Doherty hinting at return to incredible debut season form 7 days, 16 hours ago

    Zabaleta starting is even better news for Mane in the DGW, if possible » Read

  6. Doherty hinting at return to incredible debut season form 7 days, 16 hours ago

    https://twitter.com/FFScout/status/1215536753307598848?s=20 » Read

  7. How I'm using Liverpool to recover from disappointing Christmas 7 days, 17 hours ago

    Mahrez hasn't kept his place due to form since he joined City. Not seen any reason why that would change now. Bilva is still a beast so they'll all most likely rotate like spinning tops, especially with the many cup games Pick and stick, or avoid like the template's doing... » Read

  8. How I'm using Liverpool to recover from disappointing Christmas 7 days, 17 hours ago

    No, he isn't » Read

  9. How I'm using Liverpool to recover from disappointing Christmas 7 days, 17 hours ago

    Oh true. My bad » Read

  10. How I'm using Liverpool to recover from disappointing Christmas 7 days, 17 hours ago

    Holgate's attacking threat is nice, especially if Maddison is out (quality of set pieces) Heck, Ndidi is definitely out and Soton is out for blood. Bench Soy 😀 » Read

  11. How I'm using Liverpool to recover from disappointing Christmas 7 days, 17 hours ago

    Good options too Wondering why Richarlison doesn't show up on many stat tables though » Read

  12. How I'm using Liverpool to recover from disappointing Christmas 7 days, 18 hours ago

    McCarthy TAA Lund Sidibe Salah Mane KDB Martial Vardy Jimenez Ings » Read

  13. How I'm using Liverpool to recover from disappointing Christmas 7 days, 18 hours ago

    An hour from now » Read

  14. How I'm using Liverpool to recover from disappointing Christmas 7 days, 18 hours ago

    Alright then 🙂 » Read

  15. How I'm using Liverpool to recover from disappointing Christmas 7 days, 18 hours ago

    I prefer A. But you can start McCarthy and generate funds from Fab + Dunk + Fornals to convert RIcharlison to KDB in 3-4-3. May I suggest McGovern + Webster + Hayden? Does this work? » Read

  16. How I'm using Liverpool to recover from disappointing Christmas 7 days, 18 hours ago

    Why not wait for GW25 before doubling up? More data on blanks and doubles by then... » Read

  17. How I'm using Liverpool to recover from disappointing Christmas 7 days, 18 hours ago

    Hold » Read

  18. How I'm using Liverpool to recover from disappointing Christmas 7 days, 18 hours ago

    The template is made up of form players with good fixtures and fitness, reducing the need to switch to differentials who're doing well, like Watford attackers But the Watford attackers could easily join the template over time, like Ings did No matter how many good options there are, FOMO will limit the ease of switching to them from guys like KDB, Soy, Lund and Vardy or other trusted highly owned assets at different accessible price points, unlike previous times when must-haves tended to be a lot harder to get due to price/formation » Read

  19. How I'm using Liverpool to recover from disappointing Christmas 7 days, 18 hours ago

    That's true. Keeping someone like DDG all season is still set-and-forget but doesn't seem so smart. Burnley's defensive regression and fixtures scream for a Pope sale, with some viable options coming up. There are valid reasons for both arguments and it really comes down to your team for a decision to be made. Guaita rewarded me when I moved from Pope to him for a hit, so it works if you get it right Still surprised Pope is second for clean sheets 😀 » Read

  20. How I'm using Liverpool to recover from disappointing Christmas 7 days, 18 hours ago

    Funny thing is some other factors aren't even at play here. McCarthy, Alisson, Ederson, Lloris/Gaz and especially Pickford feel out of place where they are now. Some could be far ahead on points-per-game. It's such a lottery » Read