We are ahead of the curve for the Gameweek 20 team, with a Liverpool triple up already in place.
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It could be time to roll the free transfer, with some tough bench and captain dilemmas for the Gameweek 20 team.
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Gameweek 19 Review
Gameweek 19 brought a failed pair of transfers, with Salah and Mousset blanks, while the transfers out of Dele Alli and Marcus Rashford both found the back of the net. However, the side is well-placed for the future, with a triple up on Liverpool players being very popular going forward. They have the form and motivation, with tricky fixtures ensuring that our favoured assets get the gametime.
A Nick Pope save point was the highlight of Box Day afternoon action, with Trent Alexander-Arnold redeeming things with his massive haul. Sadio Mane grabbed an assist. At the time of writing, there’s hopes of a strengthening the green arrow, with captain Kevin De Bruyne and striker Raul Jimenez still to play.
Gameweek 20 Team
With just one transfer this week, it seems a reasonable time to hold. There’s favourable fixtures in the starting lineup, with just a tough fixture for goalkeeper Nick Pope and striker Raul Jimenez. Both could be fixture proof though, the former has is always capable of save points and the latter has an excellent record against top six sides.
There are benching headaches, with John Lundstram dropping down for the first time in a while. There’s also no room for Todd Cantwell, but he could do well on home turf against a leaky Spurs defence. Plenty of rotation is expected this week, so these headaches may be minimised. Jamie Vardy stands out as captain, but rotation is imminent so safety suggests Mo Salah who has a trickier fixture and was subbed early last time.
Prior to Friday’s fixture, the team is ranked at 298,874 with 1059 points. All chips are still in tact, except the wildcard. Team value lies at £105.6 million, with £0.4 million in the bank.
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