We take a look at some of the best Gameweek 21 FPL community reactions from Twitter as the round plays out. With both positive and negative reactions to some of the key events including captaincy, transfers, minutes and overall performances.
Taking a look at Gameweek 21 FPL community reactions can help other FPL managers by highlighting things like player minutes, player form, team form and anything else that could have implications within our fantasy teams.
Well respected fantasy football manager and Fantasy Football Scout contributor Andy highlighted one of the biggest performances so far. Chelsea’s Kepa Arrizabalaga (£4.6m) came into Gameweek 21 off the back of a heroic double-digit return in Gameweek 20.
Many managers within the community were torn between starting Leicester’s Danny Ward (£4.1m) or Kepa Arrizabalaga. The Spaniard punished benchers with a huge nine point return after losing a bonus point after the match.
Experienced fantasy football manager Aritravo mentioned two huge factors this week and a decision that many within the community would have had to make ahead of the deadline. One of those decisions was whether to keep Newcastle’s Miguel Almiron (£5.9m).
Ahead of Gameweek 18, Almiron managed an impressive six consecutive returns on the bounce. However since then, the midfielder has failed to pick up any significant points, blanking in the last four matches in a row.
Fantasy Football Scout contributor and all around content creator Hibbo emphasised how good Newcastle’s Kieran Trippier (£6m) really is. We can see that he leads some of the most impressive stats in the league.
Kieran Trippier isn’t just maintaining some fantastic stats but he’s also been one of the best fantasy assets in the game this season. The defender has managed a whopping eight returns on the bounce, including three double-digit hauls.
Ahead of the new round there was plenty of discussion and debate on who the best Brighton asset would be going forward. Some backed Solly March (£5.1m) and others backed Kaoru Mitoma. Fantasy Football Scout contributor Gianni Buttice summed up Solly March’s match in his tweet.
Kaaoru Mitoma came out on top this week, rewarding his owners who backed him over his teammate. The midfielder bagged a cool 10 points for his goal and three bonus whilst Solly March flopped to a two point return.
Fantasy Football Scout contributor Andy discussed the performance of Nottingham Forest and their star man. They faced a poor Bournemouth in Gameweek 21 who have been conceding goals for fun but things did not go the way many expected.
Nottingham Forest drew their match against Bournemouth 1-1. Their standout player failed to pick up any significant points in FPL. Morgan Gibbs-White (£5.5m) managed a huge two shots and seven key passes in the match. Although put up some amazing stats, he failed to convert them into points.
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