Game week 11 of 2020-21 Fantasy Premier League is here, with Burnley's clash against Everton, kicking off Saturday lunchtime after the game was postponed on Friday night.
There are only six points between first and eleventh place in the table, with Tottenham ahead of the derby meeting with Arsenal in north London on Sunday.
So as we head out for another busy weekend goal is at your disposal with advice on team selection, possible captain choices and much more if you want to color those arrows green and climb your leaderboards.
- Game week games
- Team selection tips
- Who is the best captain?
- Who are the players with the highest score?
Gameweek 11 games
|December 5th||Burnley versus Everton||12:30|
|December 5th||Man City versus Fulham||15:00|
|December 5th||West Ham v Man Utd||17:30|
|December 5th||Chelsea versus Leeds||20:00|
|6th of December||West Brom versus Crystal Palace||12:00|
|6th of December||Sheffield Utd versus Leicester||14:15|
|6th of December||Tottenham versus Arsenal||16:30|
|6th of December||Liverpool versus Wolves||19:15|
|December 7th||Brighton versus Southampton||20:00|
|GAMEWEEK 11 CHANGES DEADLINE: December 5th, 11:00 AM|
Team selection tips
With three goals conceded in his last four games in all competitions – and only one in his last four goals conceded in the Premier League – Edouard Mendy (£ 5.2m) is the standout goalkeeper choice for Gameweek 11.
The Senegal international saw prices rise for the second time last week since joining the Blues, despite having eight goalkeepers who are still more expensive than the 28-year-old. So it remains a solid investment.
Amid Pep Guardiola's penchant for heavy rotation, a man who is not punished as quickly is the club's undisputed number one Ederson (£ 6m).
The Brazilian is the most expensive goalkeeper in the game, although the guarantee that he will start makes him a valuable asset, especially since Guardiola hacked and switched many of the defenders in front of his goalkeeper.
The city will face Fulham at home in their next game. West Brom (H) and Newcastle (H) will follow before the end of the year.
Chelsea duo Ben Chilwell (£ 6.2m) and Reece James (£ 5.2m) Still the most popular defensive picks. In total, over 300,000 FPL bosses have decided to bring in the English full-backs this week.
The Blues have every chance of conceding another goal in their home game against Leeds United on Saturday, while Chilwell and James both offer productivity in attacking areas and should be fresh and close after beating Seville in the night after their 4-0 win on the free night Midweek.
A quick look at the statistics shows that Aaron Cresswell (£ 5.2m) could also be a smart addition to the busy holiday season.
The West Ham left-back has created more chances (18) than any other defender in the Premier League after 10 games – as many as Heung-min Son and Riyad Mahrez and more than Marcus Rashford (16) and Mason Mount (15)).
In the meantime, the two FPL bargains of the 2020-21 season, Max Kilman (£ 4.3m) and Tyrick Mitchell (£ 4.1m) are no longer automatic selections and such Nathaniel Phillips (£ 4m), Anyone who could stay in the center-back in the injured Liverpool should get on your mind as a replacement.
Diogo Jota (£ 6.9m) He kept his impressive start as a Liverpool player with one more goal in the 1-1 draw with Brighton and is sure to keep his place as Jurgen Klopp looks to take advantage of the 24-year-old's polished form.
It also remains available at a bargain price, especially when compared to both Sadio Mane (£ 12.2m) and Mohamed Salah (£ 12m), and will compete against his former club in Anfield on Sunday to increase the attractiveness for potential FPL owners.
Southampton midfielder James Ward-Prowse (£ 6.1) is another who is enjoying a productive start to the 2020/21 season and has once again proven his standard security with a goal and a support in the 3-2 defeat by Manchester United.
His price inevitably rose after this performance, but that shouldn't put the FPL bosses off as the Saints battle Brighton (A) and Sheffield United (H) in the next two games for plenty of potential for big point scores .
If available money is not an issue and you aren't among the 57 percent of gamblers who own it, then Heung-min son (£ 9.5m), The player with the highest score in the game with 87 points is worth playing ahead of the derby in north London.
The South Korean finished in a 3-3 draw with LASK on Thursday evening and will certainly face Arsenal after scoring or assisting in all but one of his last four league games against the Gunners.
After the first tease that Harry Kane (£ 10.9m) Jose Mourinho, who could miss the derby in north London, reined in the mind games after Thursday's draw in Austria and insisted that he expected his star striker to be fit enough to play on Sunday.
The English captain's record against the Gunners over the years is well documented and he will seek to expand his league record of 10 goals against Spurs' closest rivals as the teams compete at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and their fans for hail the game for the first time for the newest chapter.
Jamie Vardy & # 39; s (£ 10.3m) The last assignment was a big disappointment for many FPL managers. The Leicester City striker only made one assist in the 2-1 home defeat to Fulham.
Still, it's not time to take advantage of the 33-year-old. Sheffield United (A) and Brighton (H) are next up for Brendan Rodgers as they want to get back on track after four games without a win in all competitions.
Frank Lampard has something of a selection dilemma in Gameweek 11 Olivier Girouds (£ 6.7m) Incredible four goals against Sevilla on Wednesday night when he faced Leeds on Saturday at Stamford Bridge.
He'll probably come in Tammy Abraham (£ 7.2m), With Timo Werner (£ 9.5m) He is stationed to the left of the attack, where he is probably more dangerous as he uses his speed during the break.
Danny Ings (£ 8.3m), Meanwhile, it can be seen after returning to training after a lengthy hiatus, although it will likely be too early for Ralph Hasenhuttl to put him in his starting XI for the Brighton game on Monday, despite the fact that he is definitely going to return could cadre.
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Who is the best captain for Gameweek 11?
An unused replacement for the 0-0 win against Porto in the Champions League, Kevin De Bruyne (£ 11.7m) will return to Manchester City's starting XI to meet Fulham at Etihad Stadium to improve on last week's 10-point stretch.
Although Scott Parker's side have seen an upturn after their surprise 2-1 win at Leicester City after exiting the relegation zone, they are unlikely to get a grip on City and De Bruyne is the captain's obvious choice as he is one of the few city attackers is sure to begin.
As an alternative option Kanes The north London derby record is too good to ignore and with Arsenal going through a shaky period, at least in the league, the English striker will try to do more damage to Mikel Arteta's men and keep Spurs at the top of the table.
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The top five players with the highest score
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