English Premier League Fantasy Talk Gameweek 11
There were some big games week weekend that could have changed the table a bit. The biggest games of the weekend were Chelsea Vs Manchester United and Manchester City Vs Arsenal. Chelsea beat Man United one to nil and Manchester City beat Arsenal three to one. This dropped Arsenal down to sixth place and brought Liverpool up to fifth. Manchester City still is at the top with an eight point advantage now.
Both Swansea and West Ham lost dropping them to the bottom three next to Crystal Palace.
(F) – Mohamed Salah – 16.5 points
(F) – Richarlison – 20 points
(F) – Oumar Niasse – 19 points
(M) – Alex Oxlade Chamberlain – 20 points
(M) – Sadio Mane – 19 points
(M) – Xherdan Shaqiri – 27 points
(M) – Kevin De Bruyne – 30 points
(D) – Simon Francis – 31.75 points
(D) – Steve Cook – 23 points
(D) – Cesar Azpilicueta – 26.25 points
(G) – Asmir Begovic – 16.25 points
Mohamed Salah had a big game this weekend with two goals for Liverpool as they beat West Ham four to one.
Richarlison had a goal for Watford but in the end Watford lost to Everton three to two after being up two to nil.
Oumar Niasse had his fourth goal of the season for Everton as helped them make a comeback to beat Watford.
Alex Oxlade Chamberlain had his first goal for Liverpool since he joined them adding to their four goals this weekend against West Ham.
Sadio Mane was another Liverpool player to make the top players this week. Mane has been out the last three games due to injury but came back this weekend and had to assists.
Xherdan Shaqiri had a big game for Stoke City with a goal and an assist as Stoke drew to Leicester two to two.
Kevin De Bruyne making the top players of the weekend again. De Bruyne scored a goal for Manchester City today making it his second goal for the season and so far he has the most amount of fantasy Premier League points in the PlayTogga platform.
Simon Francis had a huge game for Bournemouth this weekend. Francis didn’t score or have any assists but he did win sixteen aerials, two interceptions, three clearances, and helped Bournemouth keep a clean sheet.
Steve Cook was another big Bournemouth defender this weekend with his late goal in extra time that helped Bournemouth beat Newcastle one to nil.
Cesar Azpilicueta had the assist for Morata this weekend in the only goal against Manchester United as Chelsea beat Man United one to nil.
Asmir Begovic was the best keeper of the weekend with 4 saves and a clean sheet for Bournemouth.