F O U R -F O R -Y O U - Gameweek 11

F O U R F O R Y O U - Gameweek 11


Four for you is back for the 2022 season albeit a few gameweeks late. This seasons fantasy picks will be for all fantasy players playing on various platforms. Our picks will simply be based on fantasy returns such as clean sheets, assists, goals and more. So each week I will give you four players I think will return for you in fantasy football in the given gameweek. Lastly, each week I will pick a star pick, this is the pick which I predict will have more than one return and could deliver some big fantasy football points for your teams. Any questions or comments on four for you, please let me know in the comments.


Goalkeeper: José Sá - Wolverhampton Wanderers FC

Wolves are struggling big time this season and are managerless at the time of writing, however they face another side struggling just as much in Nottingham Forest. Sá has returned in three games so far this season, against Fulham in gameweek two he gave his fantasy managers plenty of points with a clean sheet and a penalty save. Nottingham forest have only scored seven goals in nine games and Wolves have only conceded 12 in nine, that's only two more conceded than than three of the top four Premier League sides. The Portuguese goalkeeper is one of the better goalkeepers in fantasy football this season, despite being in an underperforming team, so he's worth a look this week in my opinion.


Defender: Kieran Trippier - Newcastle United FC


Arguably one of the best signings of the Newcastle revolution, Trippier has brought a wealth of experience to Newcastle in addition to fantastic ability. Newcastle have a trip to Old Trafford this weekend to face Manchester United who sit in fifth one place above Newcastle who occupy sixth place. Only four teams in the Premier League have scored more goals than the Magpies and it's no secret how much Trippier loves to fly up the right wing from right back, in addition to his incredible ability from set pieces, which we've already seen in the Premier League. Trippier has been a fantasy stud this season, only failing to return in two matches, since then, he has returned four weeks on the bounce. Trippier is a great pick this week in my opinion, go get yourself some Trippier.


Midfielder: James Maddison - Leicester City FC ️Star Pick


Another player from a struggling side in the Premier League, Leicester City surprisingly sit rock bottom of England's top division and they are in desperate need of points fast. Maddison has been a bright light in a very poor start to the season for Leicester, he will be doing all he can to pull Leicester up the table, but he'll also have his eyes on a spot in Gareth Southgate's England squad for the World Cup in Qatar. Maddison has returned on a handful of occasions this season, most notably in gameweek 9 when he scored two and grabbed one assist in a 4-0 win against Forest. After a loss to Bournemouth, Leicester are going to be looking to change their fortunes with a home game against a Crystal Palace side who have only kept one clean sheet in the league so far this season. Leicester aren't the most attractive team at the moment, but don't let that put you off Maddison who is still performing well in fantasy football.


Forward: Gabriel Jesus - Arsenal FC


If it wasn't for Erling Haaland, Gabriel Jesus would be one of the front runners for signing of the season, he has made an enormous difference since arriving at the North London club. Jesus is now the main man at Arsenal after playing for a Man City side full of superstars, his work rate mixed with his fantastic ability puts him in position to deliver fantasy points every week. He has returned three weeks in a row and in gameweek two against Leicester he grabbed himself two goals and two assists. Arsenal are sitting top of the Premier League and are full of confidence, scoring 23 goals in nine games, five of which have been scored by Jesus. Arsenal head to Elland Road to face Leeds United, who aren't amazing defensively having conceded five to Brentford not too long ago. Jesus has to be worth thinking about if he's fit after a slight concern from the Liverpool game, but if he is fit will he make your team this week?

Thank you for reading and I hope you enjoyed F O U R F O R Y O U gameweek 11.


Published Friday 14th October 12pm

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