Not a great performance in gameweek 10 meant the side only returned 35 FPL points, which was below the average of 42 points. After Bony’s excellent performance in gameweek 9 a big Manchester derby beckoned. However the Ivorian failed to fill Aguero’s boots for a second time, meaning he returned a minimal 2 points. Elsewhere Troy Deeney did manage to grab his first BPL goal (of many?) which is a good sign for the differentials. The complete fantasy premier league performance is shown below.
So moving onto gameweek 11, we are forced into one transfer with Eriksen making way for Everton’s Deulofeu. The Spaniard set up Barkley’s goal last week and will look to continue his form as the Toffees host Sunderland on Sunday. In bigger news we look to play the ALL OUT ATTACK chip this week, simply to ensure the side has a full turn out. However it could also be a good opportunity for all 5 midfielders to add to the firepower at present with Deeney, Perez and Bony up top.
The full line up is shown below.
Starting XI: Stekelenburg (1.4%), Dawson (4.9%), Amavi (1.8%), Lens (0.4%), Bolasie (3.9 %), Shaqiri (1.2%), Deulofeu (0.2%), Moses (0.5%) Deeney (2.2%), Perez (1.7%), Bony (4.2%).
Bench: Gomes (5.1%), Souare (2.6%), Reid (0.9%), Lovren (1.1%).
So with Southampton hosting a fragile Bournemouth at home Stekelenburg was the best bet in goal, as the Saints will look to get back to defensive solidity. In defence Dawson partners Amavi, while we play a 5 man midfield that should boost our potential returns considerably.
The captain’s armband this week returns to Wilfried Bony who’s City side host Norwich, who last time they visited the Etihad stadium suffered an astonishing 7-0 defeat – should be interesting.
Anyway that’s all from me, thanks for reading.
By Dan Rahilly