The community return to share all their Fantasy Premier League Tips for the Gameweek 4 Preview.
Should managers be considering a double up on Manchester City attackers for their clash with Brighton?
FPL Tips updates his watchlist feature for the Gameweek 4 preview. Mason Mount impressed once more last weekend and has seen plenty of transfers in despite being yellow flagged.
? NEW #FPL VIDEO ?
Mason Mount makes the #GW4 watchlist after scoring for a second successive Gameweek.
— FPLtips (@_FPLtips) August 26, 2019
While premium assets are faltering, Pukki and Barnes have got the season off to a storming start by returning in every Premier League game. Will you own both of them come Gameweek 5?
One thing we’ve found out early is that it seems that the best two forwards to have are Pukki and Barnes:
Both scoring in difficult games. GW5 would be the time to have both! #FPL
— FPL Prince (@TheFPLPrince) August 25, 2019
FPL Connect has compiled some interesting statistics for big chances created/conceded over the opening games. With trends starting to develop, this should help with the big captaincy decision.
Big chances created over 3 GWs:
— #FPL Connect (@FPL_Connect) August 26, 2019
Total big chances conceded first 3 GWs:
— #FPL Connect (@FPL_Connect) August 27, 2019
Adam Hopcroft provides a rundown of the controversial expected goal involvement in the opening games. Some bargains feature in this list alongside the Manchester City power houses!
3 games in – total expected goal involvement
xg + xa
? KDB 3.38
? Sterling 3.35
? Pukki 3.17
? Aguero 2.97
? Salah 2.89
? Rashford 2.50
? Cantwell 2.14
? TAA 2.13
? Firmino 2.12
? Barnes 2.10
⚔ Lundstram 2.10
City attacking triple up anyone?
— Adam Hopcroft (@ahopcroft13) August 27, 2019
FPL Nym shares her latest Gameweek 4 preview video over on YouTube. There’s some in depth analysis of the hot players to own in the trending transfers feature.
⚠️NEW #FPL VIDEO!⚠️
CHECK IT OUT HERE ? https://t.co/ZKa58lAiV2
— FPL Nymfria? (@FPLNym) August 26, 2019
FPL General returns for another installment of the 59th Minute podcast. There’s an update to the watchlist as well as transfer considerations ahead of the weekend round of games.
New podcast now available ? Enjoy folks ?https://t.co/Zw3MD0gQcg
— FPL General (@FPLGeneral) August 27, 2019
Rebant analyses the ability of our fantasy defences for the Gameweek 4 preview. Chelsea and Spurs are underperforming their ability, with Watford rock bottom. It’s Newcastle up next.
Three GWs have gone by and it's time to see who are the whipping boys of the league. Orange are the BIG 6. Courtesy: @fplscrapR
— Rebant Malhotra (@RebantMalhotra) August 26, 2019
Ben Dinnery provides a crucial update on the fitness of Mason Mount and Anthony Martial. We should get more concrete news from the managers press conferences.
Mount – impact injury – stands a chance, but Martial is considered a major doubt for GW4 currently. https://t.co/obFpdbtp2k
— Ben Dinnery (@BenDinnery) August 28, 2019
FPL Lod looks at the best budget defenders to consider. With a distinct lack of clean sheets to start the season, it could be time to ditch the premium defenders in favour of this trio.
Earlier this week, I rejoined the Football Scout Scoutcast to discuss all the big talking points for the Gameweek 4 preview, along with Joe and Luke. Aguero and Manchester City assets were high on the agenda.
▪️ Lack of clean sheets
▪️ Emerging differentials
▪️ Man City assets
— Fantasy Football Scout (@FFScout) August 28, 2019
Finally, the Form and Fixture charts considered the best teams to consider by looking both backwards and forwards. Crystal Palace have the fixtures but it’s a top six side that leads overall.
✅ Teams ranked for best upcoming fixtures
✅ Top form teams ?
Who ranks no.1 overall? (members' content)
RTs appreciated ?
— Fantasy Football Hub (@FFH_HQ) August 26, 2019
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