Tue, 15 December 2020
FPL GAMEWEEK 13 SCOUTCAST | Which premiums forwards to fit in? | Fantasy Premier League Tips 2020/21
Joe and Az are joined by former Fantasy Premier League champion Simon March to assess the key developments of the week.
A last gasp penalty by Liverpool’s Mohammed Salah (£12.3m) against Fulham last time out underlined the value of investing in premium priced midfielders in FPL.
But with strong returns from Tottenham’s Harry Kane (£10.9m) and Leicester’s talisman Jamie Vardy (£10.3m) in Gameweek 12, there is a clear case for continuing to plough funds up top.
Joe, Az and Simon assess the merits of forward line investment, including the re-emergence post injury of Southampton marksman Danny Ings (£8.4m).
There are of course value striker picks, in the likes of Patrick Bamford (£6.3m). But how does the Leeds man compare in consistency of returns.
The pressing need of cheap enablers elsewhere has never been so crucial amid strong returns from expensive assets. Our trio look at the best budget buys, particularly in defence, with an eye on strengthening benches as Christmas rotation draws near.
Liverpool midfielder Diogo Jota (£6.9m) had been among useful picks for managers looking to save money. But with an injury sidelining him for a number of weeks, the Scoutcasters look at likely replacements, for a similar or cheaper price tag.
Meanwhile, this latest episode finds time for all the usual features, with last Gameweek’s highs and lows reviewed, rough with the smooths aired and next four fixtures frisked. The crew also reveal their captaincy and transfer plans for Gameweek 13, with opinion divided on which premium priced player to win the armband.
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