SHITHOUSE XI – Gameweek 3 FPL Tips – Fantasy Premier League Tips

Things are going from bad to worse here at FPL Shithouse HQ with a disastrous round of play in fantasy premier league gameweek 2. 36 FPL points, more than half of which came from Coleman and Cathcart and double digit point hauls cannot be tolerated. My managerial skills at picking shit players have been reported to be under criticism. Fast and drastic action is needed as a result of the Shithouse XI putting together a display that beat most standard teams. Wildcard? Not just yet as I feel the international break is a good time to see how shit every one really is so for now, it is Coleman out of the door, even though he faces ravenous City this weekend.


With green arrows and a staggering rank of 2,610,154 I’m slipping up those ranks.


Butland – No complaints with another clean sheet wiped out by Spurs.


Steven Taylor – Coming on for a 1 pointer means Steven is perfect Shithouse material.

Coleman – With an assist, clean sheet and bonuses to boot, a boot is what he is getting, OUT.

Cathcart – Surprisingly Watford showed resilience against a poor West Brom, maybe I should buy Ivanovic instead…


Navas – Looked good but as expected, out paced in areas and was subbed.

Captain Colback – 2 points from the captain, and his usual terrible self.

Cattermole – Shithouse legend and never lets me down.

Coquelin – Should have been sent off and this is why I bought the guy, lucky lucky lucky.

Sanchez – Showed absolutely no glimpses of brilliance.


Wilson – The new transfer from last week didn’t really do much and has West Ham next, great signing.

Graham – Good old Graham, coming on for a point nearly prevented Coleman from being auto subbed. Nice try Danny, Kudos.


You will not be surprised to see that Coleman makes his way out for the actually brilliant PvA. Shame his centre back team mates let him down every time a ball is shown to them. Hoping for some quality 2 pointers from him!

So here is Gameweek 3’s line-up….


I’ve gone with Captain ‘Trusty’ Colback again against a tough Manchester United in the early Kick Off.

By Matty Kaye.


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