Let's play: Fantasy Premier League GW11
A 0-9 victory doesn't come by that often and Leicester did indeed look superb in their away win against Southampton. You really needed to have either Vardy, Pérez or Chilwell in your team this round in order to climb the ranks, something only 23% of all managers had. Other than that GW 10 didn't provide any big surprises, so it's time to get excited about a whole new week of Premier League football, even though it's a week without the really big games.
I am however eager to see if Liverpool can keep on winning, or if they'll lose points for the only second game this season away against a good performing Aston Villa team. I can't wait for Saturday to arrive. Below you'll find my pick of this week's ones to watch.
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Goalkeeper: Ryan 4.7m (Brighton)
Brighton is usually okay at home and against a Norwich team that's having a hard time finding the net, Ryan seems like a good bet for a clean sheet. Norwich has scored only 2 goals in the last 5 games. After this game week, Brighton has a bit of a tough schedule ahead though, so make sure you have a sub ready if you go for Ryan.
Defender: Lundstram 4.7m (Sheffield United)
35% of all teams already have Lundstram and it's understandable why. A defender who actually plays on midfield is hard to come by. Sheffield United is also good in defense and doesn't let in that many goals, and home against Burnley that's probably not gonna change.
Midfielder: Trossard 5.8m (Brighton)
Back from injury Trossard got 25 minutes on the pitch last week and that was enough to get noted for an assist. He has only played 272 minutes this season but has shown great potential, so if he can avoid further injury then he's a downright bargain at 5.8m.
Attacker: Jiménez 7.2m (Wolves)
Wolves haven't been great this season, but their performance is getting more and more steady, and I just have this feeling that Jiménez is gonna cause all kinds of trouble against an Arsenal defense that just isn't looking that well-balanced. Wolves' schedule is also looking really nice over the next game weeks, so a good time to transfer in Jiménez maybe?
Lineup for this Game Week
I'm transferring out H. Wilson (Bournemouth) who hasn't been doing that well lately and has even spend some time on the bench. In comes Trossard despite Brighton's tough schedule, but 5.8m is cheap for a player I expect to start regularly. Final lineup looks like this:
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