Blank Gameweek 12 is coming up fast, however FPL managers still have Gameweek 11 to navigate first. With Euopean fixtures still to play managers should be careful not to move too quickly when it comes to transfer planning. To help FPL managers with their decisions we take a look at the teams with the best fixtures in Gameweek 11.
Fantasy Football Scout members have the opportunity to sort the Fixture Ticker by difficulty. This means that they are able to see how difficult the matches are over a range they have specified. Members are also able to sort the Fixture Ticker by defence and attack. You can sign up as a Fantasy Football Scout member here.
We have sorted the Fixture Ticker by difficulty and the four teams that sit top are Wolves, Fulham, Spurs and Bournemouth. We take a look at the teams with the best fixtures in Gameweek 11.
Wolves are top of the FFScout Fixture Ticker for Gameweek 11. They face newly promoted Nottingham Forest on Saturday. Wolves have struggled so far this season and sit 18th in the league.
Whilst Wolves have only scored three goals this season, the lowest number of all the Premier League sides, their defensive stats are better. Wolves have kept three clean sheets, a number only beaten by Manchester City. FPL managers could therefore look to invest in the Wolves defence with players Jose Sa (£5.0m) and Max Kilman (£4.5m) good potential options ahead of Gameweek 11.
Second on the Fixture Ticker for Gameweek 11 are Fulham. Like Wolves Fulham haven’t been in the best run of form of late losing their last two Premier League matches. They face Bournemouth at Craven Cottage in Gameweek 10/
Fulham were without top scorer Mitrovic in Gameweek 10 and manager Marco Silva stated ‘We have to check him, keep assessing him to see if he can start working with the team again.’ FPL managers will need to keep a close eye on Silva’s press conference later on in the week in order to assess whether Mitrovic is likely to be part of the Fulham team ahead of Saturday’s match.
Spurs sit third on the Fixture Ticker for Gameweek 11. They host Everton on Saturday evening at 5:30.
Spurs have not been playing the free flowing attacking football that FPL managers became accustomed to last season, however they are still third in the Premier League and regularly returning points.
Harry Kane (£11.4m) has returned in all bar one of his 10 Premier League games so far this season. He has scored eight goals so far in the competition. Kane has a great record against Everton returning two double digit hauls in the last three matches in the league between the sides. He averages 7.36 points per match against them.
Bournemouth are fourth on the Fixture Ticker for Gameweek 11. They face Bournemouth this weekend.
Bournemouth were a team to target for FPL managers a couple of weeks ago, however they are now improving having picked up a win and two draws in their last three matches. Dominic Solanke (£5.7m) is also starting to find some form. The budget forward registered two assists in Gameweek 10.