We take a look at some of the best Gameweek 6 community reactions from FPL Twitter as the round plays out. With both positive and negative reactions to some of the key events including FPL assets.
Reactions in the FPL Gameweek 6 community 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.
Andy reflects how a lot of FPL managers are feeling about Robertson. The Liverpool defender has failed to meet the expectations of managers this season. After not starting the match against Everton in Gameweek 6, the Liverpool man then came on late to register just one FPL point.
With fixtures ahead against Chelsea, Arsenal and Man City, a large part of the fantasy community will be looking for alternative options. Doing this could loosen money to utilise elsewhere.
Official FPL reminded everyone that Liverpool defender Trent was 99 seconds short of earning his clean sheet. Liverpool have only kept two clean sheets from their last six matches. This will come as a surprise to many FPL managers. Many around the world flocked to the Liverpool defensive assets at the start of the season.
Linn reminded the FPL community of two things in Gameweek 6. The first being that the ever-reliant Salah was still heavily captain by managers. Salah failed to repay the faith in those that chose to give him the armband. His failure to return against struggling Everton caused frustration.
The second reminder was that of Brentford striker Toney. His hattrick saw him hit a colossal double-digit haul of 17 points. With a Gameweek 7 meeting against Southampton, it could be the time to bring the in-form FPL asset into our fantasy teams.
Another FPL manager came forward with an opinion that could be shared by many in the community. Premium defenders James of Chelsea, Cancelo and Trent of Liverpool all failed to register a return this week. All of their clubs conceded which meant all didn’t keep the clean sheet.
With premium defenders becoming less attractive, FPL managers could be attracted to the in-form strikers like Toney of Brentford and Mitrovic after their fantastic start to the season.
FPL Reaction highlights a key event from Gameweek 6. The Man City striker has now returned in every single match he’s played so far this season. His goal and three bonus points meant the forward hit nine points and 18 for those managers who gave him the captaincy.
With this relentless form many within the FPL community will question other captaincy options and weigh up whether it is worth using their precious captaincy option elsewhere in future Gameweeks. With a match against Spurs in Gameweek 7, although tough on paper, managers may struggle to take the captaincy from Haaland.
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