Fantasy Premier League GW11 – All You Need to Know
GW11 is upon us – the last Premier League football before the two week international break! GW 10 didn’t bring about too many shock results – Manchester United got a late winner in a tight match against Spurs, Liverpool cruised to a 3-0 win at home to Huddersfield, and once again Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City found the back of the net with ease – but which players have made themselves worth consideration for the upcoming weekend?
Below you’ll find the Gameweek 11 (GW11) starting lineup for the Free Super Tips Fantasy Premier League team, our transfers in and out this week, and some other potential transfer and captaincy candidates.
Team FST Gameweek 11 Line-up
Deadline – 04th Nov 11:30
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(link becomes active once GW11 begins)
FST – Captain
Harry Kane (Spurs) – £12.6m
With August well and truly behind him, Harry Kane has never looked better. Not only has he scored 8 goals over his last six Premier League outings, but he’s also picked up 12 of those coveted bonus points in the process. Nothing is stopping the English forward at the moment, and we wouldn’t expect strugglers Crystal Palace to either.
Other GW11 Captain Alternatives
Mohammed Salah (Liverpool) – £9.3m
Salah is another midfielder who should be looking to find the back of the net this weekend. The Egyptian winger plays an even more crucial role going forward in the absence of Philippe Coutinho against West Ham on Saturday. Salah dropped points last match for an unorthodox penalty miss, but has produced more than the minimum returns in all but two of his starts this season. He’s also the top-ranked FPL midfielder for shots in the box and shots on target.
Eden Hazard (Chelsea) – £10.6m
Chelsea’s mercurial talent looks to position himself back among the FPL elite. Last weekend’s goal against Bournemouth – his first of the season – capped an impressive individual display. Hazard created seven chances, two more than any other player in Gameweek 10, and found the target with three of his four shots. He’s expected to remain as the designated spot-kick taker and Chelsea’s very favourable run of fixtures should make him a valuable long term investment – 8 of Chelsea’s next 11 fixtures are rated 2 on the Fixture Difficulty Ranking (FDR).
FST – Ones to Watch
Demarai Gray (Leicester City) – £5.3m
A different approach from new Leicester City manager Claude Puel has reignited the prospects of the young English winger. Gray was handed just his second start against Everton last weekend, but he didn’t hesitate to impress. Gray scored his first goal of the season, completed all three attempted dribbles, and created more chances per minute than playmaker Riyad Mahrez. At just £5.3m, he’s worth consideration against a struggling Stoke City.
Christopher Schindler (Huddersfield Town) – £4.6m
Huddersfield defenders haven’t been catching the eye as of late, but the visit of West Bromwich Albion to the John Smiths Stadium look to revive their fortunes. As was the case last season, West Brom struggle on the road – only Crystal Palace and Swansea have taken less shots on target away from home. Schindler already excels in the Bonus Points System, clocking more clearances, block and interceptions than any other FPL defender, and a clean sheet against the Baggies this weekend would no doubt mean more healthy returns for the German.