Fantasy Premier League Tips Week 11
Here are your Fantasy Premier League Tips for Week 11 of the Prem. Here are 3 players you could use your transfer on:
Raheem Sterling (Manchester City)
With seven goals in eight games, Raheem Sterling is only two goals shy of his career best — a mark he set in The Year Of Slippy G, AD. The 22-year-old isn’t just going to break his personal best, he’s going to shatter it. What’s more, Sterling is cheaper than fellow Manchester City midfielders Leroy Sane, David Silva and Kevin De Bruyne.
If you haven’t yet, it’s time to make the transfer: get Sterling into your midfield and leave him there. He’s going to breakout like a pack of Demi-Dogs from the Upside Down World.
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Jamaal Lascelles (Newcastle United)
Newcastle are one of the strongest defensive sides in the country thanks in large part to manager Rafa Benitez and his on-the-pitch embodiment, center back and captain Jamaal Lascelles. They don’t offer a whole lot going forward, but that always improves within the friendly confines of St. James’ Park.
The Toon welcome Bournemouth on Saturday, the club with the second-worst attack in England’s top division. Not only will Newcastle keep a clean sheet in defense, Lascelles is a good bet to get on the end of a set piece and lead your defense in scoring.
Alfie Mawson (Swansea City)
23-year-old Alfie Mawson is Swansea City’s highest scoring FPL defender this season, and the young English talent has another opportunity to cement his growing reputation when the Swans welcome Brighton.
Need another reason to add Mawson? He’s committed to Juan Mata’s Common Goal project, pledging to donate at least 1% of his salary to high-impact football charities around the world. Adding Mawson adds points to your FPL total while possibly taking years off the amount of time you must spend in purgatory. That's a win-win.
1 Player That Needs To GTFO
Alvaro Morata (Chelsea)
Alvaro Morata essentially issued a come-and-get-me plea to Juventus last week despite a strong start to his Chelsea career. Morata said he doesn’t “see [himself] in London for very long.” It’s apparently “too big” and “too much stress” for Morata, a statement that’ll infuriate both Chelsea supporters and manager Antonio Conte.
With Romelu Lukaku returning to Stamford Bridge on Sunday with Manchester United, Chelsea fans will have the opportunity to watch not one, but two world-class strikers that just don’t want to play for their club. Morata might’ve ruined his own Chelsea career, but don’t let him do the same to your FPL side.
Roberto Firmino (Liverpool)
After collapsing in their draw with Crystal Palace last weekend, it doesn’t take a Johnny Hopkins to tell you that West Ham’s position is shaky at best with Liverpool coming to town.
West Ham can’t defend, Liverpool are starting to turn chances into goals and London Stadium caters to the Reds’ expansive style. Roberto Firmino will be having a party on Saturday while Slaven Bilic will be waving goodbye.