Anti-Fantasy, Players to Avoid – GW 33

Spurs came from behind at Stamford Bridge to beat Chelsea 1:3, and they actually got Harry Kane back from injury. Although he didn’t contribute much in this game, it is a great news for them! Liverpool also came from behind in London. After Luka Milivojević scored his 9th goal of the season (7th from the spot), Mane and Salah brought all three points to the Reds.

Leicester City won away against Brighton, with Murray missing a penalty kick for the home side. Man Utd won easily against Swansea, and Lukaku scored 1 goal, which had to be enough for people who brought him in due to Kane’s injury.  Newcastle won 1:0 against Huddersfield, in an important relegation battle game.



Burnley and West Ham won against West Brom (away) and Southampton (home) respectively. Man City didn’t have much problems away at Goodison, but in the end their defenders and goalie got their clean-sheets wiped out. Watford and Bournemouth played an interesting 2:2 game.

In the first Sunday game, Arsenal won 3:0 against stoke, with Aubameyang scoring twice.

 

Top 3 worst choices in GW32 per positions:

 

Goalkeepers:

  • Karius – 1 pt – 1 yellow card
  • Ryan – 1 pt – 2 goals conceded
  • Pickford – 1 pt – 3 goals conceded



Defenders:

  • Stephens – -1 pt – 3 goals conceded, 1 yellow card (6th of the season)
  • Bong – 0 pt – 2 goals conceded, 1 yellow card
  • Prodl – 0 pt – 1 yellow card (5th of the season)

 

Midfielders:

  • Ndidi – -3 pt – 1 red card (2nd of the season)
  • Allen – 0 pt – 1 yellow card (8th of the season)
  • Doucoure – 0 pt – 1 yellow card (8th of the season)

 

Forwards:

  • Murray – -2 pt – 1 penalty missed (2nd of the season)
  • Benteke – 0 pt – 1 yellow card (6th of the season)
  • Okaka – 0 pt – 15 minutes, 1 yellow card

 

Worst 5 choices of GW32:

 

Four-men defense is back after only 1 gameweek! In front of Asmir Begovic who is still on the goal, are his two teammates (Simon Francis and Adam Smith), alongside Lewis Dunk and Christopher Schindler.

Midfield therefore have 5 names in it: Solly March, James McClean, Isaac Hayden, Wilfred Ndidi and Tom Davies.



Ashley Barnes is still paying the price for non-scoring so much goals and coming from the bench in the first half of the season.

 



Bad predictions time!

Everton – Liverpool: It’s Merseyside Derby, so anything can happen. Liverpool are clear favorite to win, but they manage not to win at Anfield, so…

Bournemouth – Crystal Palace: I have to go with Bournemouth here, just because I like them so much more than Palace.

Brighton – Huddersfield: I’d have to say that Brighton are favorites to win. Huddersfield is just so bad in the second part of the seaon.

Leicester – Newcastle: It is safe to say that Newcastle is in the safe zone. Therefore, anything can happen in this match, but I think that Leicester is a better team and should be considered favorite.

Stoke – Spurs: Tottenham is a clear favorite to win this. Everything else would be a surprise.

Watford – Burnley: A tough match to call, but Burnley is being tough this season. They are really having a season they didn’t even dream of. Watford on the other managed to survive tough period they had, so they are now pretty safe.

West Brom – Swansea: If Swansea plans to stay up, they have to win games like this, and this game in particular.

Man City – Man Utd: Another cross-city derby this gameweek. Man City have possible match winning title tucked in between two legs against Liverpool in Champions League. Of course, Man City could afford not to pay this game with their most important players, but I really think they won’t miss on opportunity to win the title against United.

Arsenal – Sourhampton: Arsenal is a favorite to win this game, and hopefully they’ll bring this boring Southmpton team closer to Championship.

Chelsea – West Ham: Chelsea will have to give all they have in order to even have a chance for a top 4 finish. But Conte looks like he doesn’t care much.

 

Good luck FPL managers!

 

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