The Fantasy Football Community are looking ahead to the Gameweek 11 preview, giving Fantasy Premier League tips.
In a week where Manchester City welcome Arsenal and Manchester United travel to Chelsea, a certain fixture for Spurs against Crystal Palace sticks out! Obviously, Harry Kane would normally be essential in this fixture and the main captaincy candidate. But what about his hamstring injury? Will he be fit for Gameweek 11?
Harry Kane in full first-team training today ahead of tomorrow nights Champs League fixture.
GW11 captain if fit?pic.twitter.com/jmQexdZMk2
— FantasyFootyPundits (@FFPundits) October 31, 2017
50,000 transfers OUT ahead of Palace (H) in GW11.
620,000 net transfers OUT before GW10 https://t.co/6nrTzH8lRe
— FPLPriceChanges+ (@FPLPriceChanges) October 31, 2017
— Matthew Barrick (@Barrick88) October 31, 2017
— FPL Family (Lee) (@FPLFamily) October 31, 2017
It’s not just Spurs who have a favourable fixture in Gameweek 11. Liverpool have an away game at West Ham which Fantasy Premier League managers are also eyeing up as a potential strong source of points. Injury news could further influence our decisions here.
Call me ?? crazy, but, if I had 2 FTs this week I'd be tempted to bring in this man
Forever ??, but, on his day ?? pic.twitter.com/AZzOnfeHNx
— #FPL Editor (@FPLEditor) October 30, 2017
— #FPL General (@FPLGeneral) October 30, 2017
Jose Fonte [foot], Winston Reid [calf] and James Collins [ankle] are all injury doubts ahead of this weekends PL clash with Liverpool #WHUFC
— Ben Dinnery (@BenDinnery) October 30, 2017
Nobody can deny the dominance of Manchester City this season, but the debate continues to rumble on of rotation. There’s a new face on our radar and injury woes for the opposition which suggest another landslide result for the sky blues in Gameweek 11.
Man City in a #FPL nutshell:
▫Incredible, get 3 players pic.twitter.com/48mfk4uNpJ
— #FPL Heisenberg ? (@FPL_Heisenberg) October 30, 2017
— Fantasy Football Fix (@FantasyFootyFix) October 29, 2017
When you realize that Mertesacker will start against Sane, Aguero, Jesus and Sterling next week pic.twitter.com/YjufLvso0x
— – (@LacaMadness) October 28, 2017
As managers are desperately trying to squeeze three premium forwards into their teams, we continue to look at the midfield as a cheaper source of points. There’s a certain Brighton midfielder who’s firmly on our radars, with a nice run of fixtures for Gameweek 11 and beyond.
?? New #FPL video ??
Taking a look at midfield optionshttps://t.co/pqFiQjjSAS
— Chef Dale (@FFPundits_Dale) October 30, 2017
Check out this NEW/BRI attacking rotation for the next 8 GW's
— Fantasy Football Fix (@FantasyFootyFix) October 31, 2017
— FPL_SkinnyPanda (@justmihir) October 31, 2017
Gameweek 10 produced another Manchester United clean sheet in a tricky fixture. There’s just one more tough match for them to get through before the fixtures improve once again, one asset remains a bargain. Forward options have also been analysed in terms of their value for money and conversion rate. Perhaps there’s some players in here who have been unlucky, that could justify their potential in Gameweek 11.
— ÉL STATTO (@FPL_ElStatto) October 29, 2017
?Glenn Murray boasting a 42.9% goal conversion success rate
— Fantasy Football Fix (@FantasyFootyFix) October 30, 2017
Something I knocked up…
— #FPL Coach (@FPLCoach) October 30, 2017
Remember to check out the popular Form and Fixture Charts for Gameweek 11 and come back later this week for all the best community tweets, articles and content ahead of Gameweek 11.
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