FPL Game Week 10 - Moves To Make

FPL Game Week 10 - Moves To Make

BUY

Nick Pope – Goalkeeper Burnley £4.5

His save percentage of 85.3% is probably unsustainable, Heaton’s last season was only 74.7% and the average over the past 2 season of keepers who played 2000 minutes was 68.4%

Nick Pope ranks 13th amongst goal keepers despite only playing 5 full games. His save percentage of 85.3% is probably unsustainable, Heaton’s last season was only 74.7% and the average over the past 2 season of keepers who played 2000 minutes was 68.4%. But he does look superb and Burnley rank third lowest in expected goals allowed per shot meaning team are less likely to score from each shot meaning Heaton has a higher chance of a save on any given shot. With Burnley having juicy fixtures over their next 9 games, I see little reason why Pope can’t be one of the best fantasy keepers in that time frame.

Philippe Coutinho – Midfielder Liverpool £9.0

Coutinho had 17 shots and 14 passes which led to shots. The bookies also have Coutinho as more likely to score than Harry Kane this weekend

Coutinho has had two quiet weeks, but he has played against arguably the two best defences in the league with Manchester United conceding the fewest goals and Spurs the 3rd fewest and being 2nd in Expected Goals against. In the 3 previous games before that against weaker opposition, Coutinho had 17 shots and 14 passes which led to shots. The bookies also have Coutinho as more likely to score than Harry Kane this weekend and over the next 9 games Liverpool have an average fixture difficulty rating of 2.33 which is the lowest in the league. Simply put he’s a good player with good fixtures.



KEEP

Gabriel Jesus – Forward Manchester City £10.6

Manchester City concede the least shots of With the West Brom fixture being played at The Hawthorns, it paves the way for Jesus to play a full 90 minutes against a team that has lost 2 of its key defenders in the last week

After playing 14 minutes on Saturday many managers have transferred the striker out and a lot of those managers will have brought in his team mate Aguero. But with Aguero playing 120 minutes of football on Tuesday and there seems to be rumblings that City want Aguero to break the record for the club’s highest scorer in front of the home fans. With the West Brom fixture being played at The Hawthorns, it paves the way for Jesus to play a full 90 minutes against a team that has lost 2 of its key defenders in the last week.

 

Marcos Alonso – Defender Chelsea £6.9

Alonso faces Bournemouth this week where the bookies give them a 38.5% chance of a clean sheet this weekend which is 5th highest in the league

Alonso only has 4 points in his last 4 games and has been transferred out by lots of owners already causing a price drop. But Alonso faces Bournemouth this week where the bookies give them a 38.5% chance of a clean sheet this weekend which is 5th highest in the league. Bournemouth also rank 2nd lowest in expected goals and 2nd in goals conceded it’s a prime opportunity for a clean sheet. It may also be a chance for attacking returns with the Cherries having conceded 13 goals already and ranking 4th worst in expected goals allowed.

 

SELL

Romelu Lukaku – Forward Manchester United £11.7

their next two fixtures are Spurs and Chelsea which may cause United to shut up shop and lead to very few opportunities for the Belgian

With Lukaku only having 3 shots in the last 2 games, it seems difficult to justify this price tag on him. Add that onto the fact their next two fixtures are Spurs and Chelsea which may cause United to shut up shop and lead to very few opportunities for the Belgian. Although followed by 3 nice fixtures, there is also Arsenal and Manchester City on the horizon and Lukaku has only scored 15 goals in his 58 games against big 6 opposition which could mean he’s about to embark on a turbulent period.

Joselu – Forward Newcastle £5.5

in his last 4 games he only has 5 shots after having 17 shots in his first 4

I was initially a massive fan of Joselu as a fantasy option but in his last 4 games he only has 5 shots after having 17 shots in his first 4. Considering he is not the most potent finisher he’s someone who needs shot volume to be there and it seems that has started to dry up. Arguably he’s still the best option in the cheap striker bracket but it’s difficult to feel confident in a striker in a defensive team that isn’t getting chances to score.




So there you have it, our Game Week 10 Moves to make courtesy of Ben Sutton. Do you agree or do you have some other options we should consider? Leave your comments and opinions below.

Good luck to all FPL'ers this weekend - may your arrows be green


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