The Tentaran team is back with its gameweek 11 analysis of the Fantasy Premier League 2018. With last week proving to be a high scoring game-week, with all the usual suspects providing good returns, it turned out to be a real rank shifter for many managers. Taking a look at all the statistics, match involvement and fixture difficulty; we bring to you the best picks for gameweek 11 that you must get in your squad.
For Fantasy Premier League 2018 gameweek 11, we recommend going in with a formation of 3-4-3 and giving the captaincy armband to Salah. Wishing you a successful gameweek and hope you enjoy our players pick.
For our 1 free transfer this week, we replaced Manchester City man Ederson for the Liverpool keeper. The second most expensive keeper in the world has been having a torrid time recently but with a poor Fulham side visiting, we expect him to provide the 6 points this week.
With another assist last week, Alonso has cemented his place as the highest scoring defender. 19 points in front of his nearest rival Robertson, Alonso is averaging 11 points per 1 million spent on him.
Against an Everton side who could be without Richardson, Alonso could get a host of points for you this week. If you still don’t own him then now is the time to get him in your team.
Despite featuring in a Manchester derby this weekend, Mendy makes our gameweek squad given Manchester City’s high flying results. Rested mid-week in their champions league fixture, Mendy will be fit and ready to make his runs down the wings which could easily see him bag an assist.
With no attacking returns after the first four-game weeks, Robertson at 6.4m is hardly justifying the hefty price tag on him. However, with Arnold and Gomez getting rotated, he offers the safest choice into Liverpool’s defence who host Fulham this week against whom a clean sheet is guaranteed.
Back into action after a small lay off due to a back injury, Hazard was back among the points last week despite playing only 30 minutes. His assist for Morata’s goal came after just 1 minute of his involvement on the pitch, showing the form the mercurial Belgian has been in this season. A must have, we recommend you get him in immediately even if it means taking a hit.
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With his stock rising again after his rich point return against Cardiff, Salah is without a doubt our captain pick for this week. Rock-bottom Fulham has been appalling in defense and a Liverpool side who are still licking the wounds of their shock defeat to Red Star in the group stages of the Champions League will be looking to get back on track at Anfield on Sunday which points towards Salah getting on the score-sheet.
With Maddison injured and Richardson a doubt for Chelsea’s match, owners a looking for options to replace them. At 6.4m Pererya offers a good alternative to these players and also allows you to free up some funds. Southampton has been notoriously shipping in goals and Pereyra could capitalize on that.
Double Chelsea against Everton who has been decent this season might not sound like the best of moves but Willian could be a real rank turner this time around. Having registered returns in his last two matches, Willian who is now being preferred over Pedro could benefit from Hazard’s return. With a low ownership and decent price range, he could help you move up those vital ranks.
Be it a derby or not, Aguero is someone who has to be in your side every week. Finally playing the full 90 minutes last week, Aguero returned 13 points who the majority of FPL owners who had captained him. Leave him out of your squad at your own peril.
The Arsenal man has been among the goals and against a Crystal Palace side, Arsenal should resume their free-scoring ways.
With King still injured, Wilson has taken the onus on himself to make up for the lost goals in Bournemouth’s play. On penalty duty and facing a dismal Newcastle side, Wilson at 6.7m is the cheap forward who assures you point this gameweek.
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