Timo Werner replacements are top of the agenda for the FPL Gameweek 4 Team, as the team continues to make progress.
There’s flexibility in the plans with depth on the bench and a luxury transfer to bolster the attack after some lack-lustre performances.
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FPL Gameweek 3 Review
Gameweek 3 brought 50 points and a small green arrow, largely hindered by the 4 point hit which proved ineffective this week. Kevin De Bruyne and Phil Foden came in for Allan Saint-Maximin and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. The side managed just one goal: with Bruno Fernandes converting from the penalty spot.
The forward line blanked and is the key area that needs improvement. Other than Manchester City faltering, the midfield prevailed on the whole, with a big but lucky haul from Bruno Fernandes gratefully received. Thomas Soucek justified his pick in the starting lineup, with Mo Salah notching another attacking return at Anfield.
A rare clean sheet for goalkeeper Alex McCarthy was appreciated, and I’m now happy to roll with a double Southampton defence for a while longer. Charlie Taylor showed promise, with Eric Dier responsible for losing the clean sheet late on for Spurs: he may go soon. Trent Alexander-Arnold notched another healthy return.
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This week the top priority was to ditch a disappointing Timo Werner from a faltering Chelsea side, in favour of cheaper and more in-form forward options. The array was strong, with options including Raul Jimenez, Danny Ings, Richarlison and Dominic Calvert-Lewin. It certainly makes for a tough call.
In the end, it’s Raul Jimenez who is the planned transfer in. He has the plum fixture this week at home to Fulham and the strongest long-term fixture schedule of the options available over the next four games. He even presents an interesting captaincy option this week too.
There was a trio of captain options considered: Kevin De Bruyne, Bruno Fernandes and Raul Jimenez. In the end, faith is paid to the premiums, with Kevin De Bruyne retaining his status with an away trip to a leaky Leeds defence. There will be space for City in this game and De Bruyne is more than capable of the points.
Another benching dilemma returns this week, but I’m sticking with Soucek in the 3-5-2 formation for now. Charlie Taylor drops to the bench, with the Burnley defence hampered through injury. At the time of writing, the team is ranked at 1,563,505 with 167 points. All chips are available. Team value lies at £99.6 million, with £0.8 million in the bank.
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