7 – Jensen
5 – Barkley, Hudson-Odoi, James (Reece)
4 – De Bruyne, Buendia, Raphinha, Gallagher, Alexander-Arnold, Ward-Prowse
Brentford midfielder Mathias Jensen created more chances than anyone else in Gameweek 11, unfortunately for him none of his 7 chances created resulted in a goal.
Ross Barkley played 72 minutes against Burnley, creating 5 chances in the process, a number that was matched by his teammates Callum Hudson-Odoi and Reece James.
Conor Gallagher is now the second highest scoring FPL midfielder and he continued to show his quality in Gameweek 11, creating 4 chances for his team. With Burnley, Villa and Leeds in his next three, the Crystal Palace midfielder will likely continue to gain interest from FPL managers.
6 – James (Daniel)
5 – Trossard, Canos, Rodrigo, Gray (Demarai)
4 – Edouard, Cancelo, Sambi Lokonga, De Bruyne, Mane, Thiago Silva, Barkley
Playing in a central role, Daniel James recorded the most goal attempts of Gameweek 11 in the match against Leicester.
With a goal in each of his last two games, Leandro Trossard continues to show goal threat, with 5 attempts on goal vs Newcastle.
Expected Goals (Players)
1.17 – Norgaard
0.95 – Trossard
0.91 – Pukki
Teemu Pukki recorded the third highest xG of the Gameweek against Brentford and now has arguably the most appealing run of fixtures that Norwich have seen all season. With a change in management also underway, the £5.8m forward could appear on the radar of FPL managers once again very soon.
Expected Goals (Team)
2.79 – Brentford
2.28 – Chelsea
1.81 – Crystal Palace
Toney and Mbeumo owners may feel a little unfortunate that Brentford didn’t add to their single goal against Norwich, as they recorded the highest xG of the Gameweek.
Chelsea too scored just a single goal from an xG of 2.28. For perspective, Chelsea put 7 past Norwich in Gameweek 9 with a similar xG of 2.96.