Heung-Min Son is among the top transfers in for the Gameweek 6 tips.
There’s various other interesting games, including Chelsea hosting Liverpool. How will Tammy Abraham fare?
This week, contributions were made to the Fantasy Football Scout Question Time feature. This article brings some of the big names from the community to answer the pressing questions for the Gameweek 6 tips.
? Are Cantwell and Pukki 'fixture-proof'? Which premium assets are the stand-out options? Which £7m-£8m forwards are catching the eye?
— Fantasy Football Scout (@FFScout) September 18, 2019
FPL Tips has activated the wildcard, with a move to a more traditional fantasy formation. The full video and write up are available on Fantasy Football Pundits. With Spurs seeing an up-turn in form, Liverpool attackers are absent to coincide with their tough run of games.
— Fantasy Football Pundits (@FFPundits) September 17, 2019
We’ve arrived at a junction in fixtures, where some sides have more fixtures on the road, and others grabbing home comforts. Can they capitalise on this and what does it mean from an FPL perspective?
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— Gooner FPL (@Gooner_fpl) September 16, 2019
The Manchester City defence are dropping like flies, and with Stones now injured too it’s a makeshift centre back pairing. FPL Editor shares some intriguing analysis from Sky Sports Monday Night Football.
Safe to say Man. City are in trouble…
..Liverpool fans rubbing their hands! pic.twitter.com/4y8TyDXL8f
— The Editor (@FPLEditor) September 16, 2019
Ben Dinnery provides an update on Mason Mount’s injury. He looks unlikely to make the weekend but it’s not a long-term issue. You are probably wise to hold him given the amount of price rises he has seen.
The Athletic (@AlexKayJelski) reports that tests confirm Mason Mount did not suffer ligament damage in the Champions League although the midfielder remains a major doubt for this weekends' game against Liverpool. #CFC
— Ben Dinnery (@BenDinnery) September 18, 2019
With many managers considering a change in formation to chase attackers banging in the goals, moves for cheap defenders are popular. FPL Prince showcases his favoured options going forward.
Here's my pick of cheap defenders: ?
1. Lowton – £4.5M
? 5 chances created
? Good fixtures
? 18 crosses
2. Soyuncu – £4.6m
? 5 Starts
? Good fixtures from GW9
3. Mings – £4.6M
? 2 Clean Sheets
4. Lundstram – £4.3M
⚪️ 10 Crosses #FPL
— FPL Prince (@TheFPLPrince) September 18, 2019
Captaincy has been a tricky situation to handle in the opening gameweeks. Veteran manager, Adam Hopcroft, shares his thoughts on which premium options to go with in the coming rounds of fixtures for the Gameweek 6 tips.
Best captain options next 10 game weeks – Premiums only
City – Sterling (or Aguero/KDB)
Liverpool – Salah (or Mane/Firmino)
Spurs – Kane (or Son)
Arsenal – Aubameyang
GW 6 – Auba v AVL or Sterling v WAT
GW 7 – Kane v SOU
— Adam Hopcroft (@ahopcroft13) September 17, 2019
Form has been the hot topic in the community this week, with FPL Hal providing a thread detailing how the data backs up the statement that form isn’t a thing. It’s an intriguing read.
1/ Okay, this is going to be controversial, but in #FPL:
*There is no such thing as form*
Hopefully I can convince you with data, this is going to be a (very) long thread
— FPL HAL (@FPLHAL) September 15, 2019
Fergi focuses on differentials for the Gameweek 6 tips on Fantasy Football Hub. It’s no surprise to see Son at the heart of things here, but his differential status may not last for long.
? NEW FREE #FPL POST ?
Differential XI by @Fergi222
✅ All picks under 10% ownership
RTs appreciated ?
— Fantasy Football Hub (@FFH_HQ) September 18, 2019
Manchester City lead the clean sheet chances this weekend, despite their current defensive issues. It could be another steady week for our defenders. FPL Salah has all the latest odds.
#GW6 clean sheet odds %
MCI – 49%
EVE – 43%
ARS – 38%
NEW – 34%
WOL – 34%
CPL – 33%
BRI – 31%
SOT – 30%
BUR – 30%
TOT – 29%
LIV – 28%
MUN – 28%
LEI – 24%
WHU – 20%
BOU – 20%
SHU – 20%
CHE – 17%
NOR – 19%
AST – 10%
WAT – 6%#FPL
— FPL Salah (Abdul) (@FPL_Salah) September 18, 2019
Ted Talks FPL looks at the longer term fixtures in the latest graphic. There’s a big swing here, with Norwich most likely to capitalise on a favourable run. Liverpool are rock bottom.
This graphic shows the difficulty of each team’s next 5 fixtures and how different they are to their last 5 fixtures
Teams with easiest fixtures towards the top
Teams further to the right are most likely to improve on their current statistics (attack & defence) pic.twitter.com/OLkX5hfpnI
— Ted (@TedTalksFPL) September 18, 2019
Alongside Pukki, Todd Cantwell is hot property this FPL season. Stats Bomb provide some interesting research on his progression at Carrow Road this season.
After a blistering start to his first PL campaign, 21-year-old Todd Cantwell has caught the eye of many but why wasn’t that the case already?
— PM (am now @ThatGooner again) (@PeterMnly) September 17, 2019
Andrey Arshivan presents his latest stats instalment for the Gameweek 6 tips. Sergio Aguero leads the way and looks set to be the key captaincy contender this weekend.
1. Shots Inside Box (On Target Inside Box)
2. Chances Created (Big Chances Created)
3. Shots Conceded Inside Box
4. Big Chances Conceded
Have fun and good luck, everyone ? pic.twitter.com/FcRjqlVZOW
— Andrey Arshivan (@arshifpl11) September 19, 2019
This week, I’ve joined James and Mark to discuss all the big talking points on the Fantasy Weekly podcast. That armband decision could be another big one and formation moves could be happening.
Episode 34 has landed ?
Is Tammy essential? What happened to big-at-the-back? Salah or Mane? Is Sterling broken?
— Fantasy Weekly (@FantasyWeekly_) September 18, 2019
While you are here…. be sure to check out how we line up in the Gameweek 6 Team article.