F O U R -F O R -Y O U - Gameweek 13

F O U R F O R Y O U - Gameweek 13


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.


Previous Week

Alisson replicates Sá's efforts from gameweek 11 with a penalty save and a clean sheet, picking keepers is easy! Both Castagne and Mitrovic returned for us with a clean sheet and a goal (from the penalty spot again) respectively. Star pick Mount though does not hit that triple double unfortunately, he did get a clean sheet, but midfielder clean sheets are not a return in my eyes.


GW 12: 3-1

Season Total: 5-3

️ Star Picks ️: 0-2


Goalkeeper: Aaron Ramsdale - Arsenal FC


Ramsdale faces Southampton this weekend at St Mary's, and interestingly all of Ramsdale's returns have come away from home so far this season. Southampton currently sit 18th in the home league table and Arsenal sit top of the away league table, so Arsenal are the clear favourites for this one. Southampton are averaging less than a goal scored a game this season and Arsenal average only one goal conceded each match, so you'd fancy a Ramsdale clean sheet in this fixture. Ramsdale looks a good pick this week in goal, but will he be able to keep the trend of double return keepers going in gameweek 13?


Defender: Trent Alexander Arnold - Liverpool FC️Star Pick


One of fantasy footballs most popular players in recent times has been rather quiet so far this season, but he does have a double return to his name this season, just to show us he is still here to bring you fantasy football points. Liverpool head to Nottingham Forest on Saturday lunchtime, a Forest side who sit rock bottom of the home premier league table, unsurprisingly, after a slow start in their return to the top flight. Liverpool are now on the best win streak of their season, with three wins on the spin, is this now the time when Liverpool and their plethora of stars including TAA return to the Liverpool we've grown to know in recent years? TAA is always capable of producing for fantasy owners at both ends of the pitch and this game should be no different, Forest have only scored seven goals in 11 games and they've conceded 23 in 11 games. He is the star pick this week for his double fantasy threat, will he make your team this week?


Midfielder: Eberechi Eze - Crystal Palace FC


One of those players who just makes you smile, when he gets on the football, a technically fantastic football player. Eze now has two goals in his last three games and is proving to be a vitally important part of Patrick Vieira's Crystal Palace side. He gets a lovely fixture this weekend, away at Everton who have not won in three games, losing all three, whereas Palace on the other hand are unbeaten in three, Eze and the Eagles will go into this one flying. Everton are sitting in 19th when it comes to the home league table, that is bound to give Eze even more confidence going into the fixture, which is a scary thought for the Toffees. Eze has assists against both Liverpool and Manchester City this season so he has already shown that he can do it against anyone, so Everton should be no match for the flamboyant midfielder this weekend and I think he's definitely worth a look for your fantasy team in GW13.


Forward: Gianluca Samacca - West Ham United FC


After goals in both gameweeks 9 and 10 it looks like West Ham might have that striker they've been craving. Both of the Italian's goals were at the London Stadium and that is exactly where he faces Bournemouth on Monday night. Not that long ago Bournemouth conceded 9 goals away from home to Liverpool, a lot has changed since then of course, but they're not particularly water tight even without that standout loss. West Ham are sitting in the bottom half of the table at the moment and will be desperate to move up into the top half at least, therefore they will be looking to win this winnable match against the south coast club.


Thank you for reading and I hope you enjoyed F O U R F O R Y O U gameweek 12.


Published Friday 20th October 10am

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