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FPL Experts Ahead of the International Break

We bring in the FPL experts ahead of International break. It has been a whirlwind Gameweek 29 with lots of shocks and surprises of which some of the best managers and biggest personalities in the FPL community have reacted to. They also highlight players, teams and performances.

Catching up with some FPL experts ahead of International could be hugely beneficial for fantasy managers. From them we can emphasise some of the best and worst performances which can then have an effect on future planning.


What a week it has been so far for FPL managers! It has been disappointment after disappointment for most within the community and some of that came from the Brentford attackers.

Ivan Toney came into the round as one of the standout assets but he failed to meet expectations. The Englishman missed some big chances and even picked up a yellow card, both helped him reach a woeful one point in Gameweek 29.

Toney has an interesting schedule ahead with matches against Manchester United, Brighton and Aston Villa. Whilst none of those teams have shown defensive solidarity recently, owners may already be thinking about departing with striker.


The above was just a snippet of frustration felt by FPL managers this week. Brentford lost their meeting with a poor Burnley and a lot of that was down to defender Sergio Reguilon. Not only did the defender concede a penalty early on but he also received a red card. This meant the Spaniard finished his week with minus three points.

One player who some may have selected was David Fofana. The Chelsea loanee has been excellent since joining Burnley, making it five goals in just eight matches for the promoted side. Those that chose Fofana were surely propelled in terms of rank due to his 1% ownership.


Another match many were heavily reliant on in Gameweek 29 was Luton v Nottingham Forest. The Hatters have been a popular team to invest in recently with two double Gameweeks prior to their Blank Gameweek fixture.

However, key Luton’ assets disappointed again with the likes of striker Carlton Morris failing to return in his third match on the bounce whilst teammate and defender Alfie Doughty was subbed at half time with one point.

Luton have a torrid schedule ahead, facing matches against Tottenham, Arsenal, and Manchester City in the next four matches. This and their recent performances could mean we see a mass sale from FPL experts ahead of Gameweek 29.


Pras touched upon one of the very few positives in Gameweek 29. The game against Luton was a good opportunity for managers to punt on Nottingham Forest assets, whether that be via a Free Hit or using transfers.

Nottingham Forest ended up drawing their game with Luton 1-1 but, as we can see, two assets in particular were rewarded. Unlike Chris Wood and Morgan Gibbs-White, Anthony Elanga failed to convert his potential and chances into actual FPL points.

Interestingly, Nottingham Forest rank near the top of the Fantasy Football Scout Fixture ticker for the week ahead. They have some lovely fixtures against Crystal Palace, Fulham, Tottenham, Wolves and Everton, so it could be worth holding onto their assets.


All hope rested on Tottenham assets on Saturday evening. Ahead of Gameweek 29, Tottenham were one of the most hyped up sides in terms of the potential their assets had. James Maddison, Pedro Porro and Destiny Udogie were amongst the most commonly owned. Most within the community even selected Son Heung-Min as their captain.

Like the games before it, disappointment followed as Fulham dismantled Tottenham in a shock 3-0 loss. This meant all of the most bought players ahead of the round flopped.

Looking ahead, those same managers may be relying on Tottenham yet again after the break as they come up against Luton. They also have fixtures against West Ham and Nottingham Forest after that so expectations will be high once again. But, will they be met?

We take an early look at all of the best players for FPL Gameweek 30 here!

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