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Wednesday, 18 December 2019
Starting 11 has another free to enter £50.00* mini-league prize on offer this weekend. I’m here to bring you tips and hints on how to make the most of your Daily Fantasy Premier League team.
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What makes Starting 11 special is that there are no player price caps or budget restrictions, which allows you to pack a weekly team with as many premium assets as you want, rather than being forced to own less accomplished players from the bottom end of the table.
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Below, I (@FPLHints) will show you all my line-up in advance and offer a few thoughts on which premium and differential players I’m considering.
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Harry Kane vs. Chelsea (H)
Harry Kane seems to be firing hot and cold lately, one week he’s scoring a brace and chalking up an assist for good measure and then he's non-existent, as we saw against Wolves.
However, I am never willing to rule out Harry Kane, especially as we are entering the festive period when the England captain is more can capable of firing in back-to-back hat-tricks.
The reliability of Kane may not be what is once was, but his ceiling is still high in term of earning fantasy football returns.
Given Chelsea haven’t kept a clean sheet for 5 Premier League games, I will certainly have Kane in my Starting 11 this Sunday – I was close to handing him the armband!
Christian Pulisic vs. Spurs (A)
A player dividing opinion this week, showing all the signs of being a fantastic fantasy football asset – but not delivering those crucial returns.
Those of you that love stats can look at it both ways, on the one hand Pulisic has only had 2 shots on target during his last 4 games – on the other hand, he has managed 13 shots as a whole inside the box.
Given the lack of fixtures this Sunday, to gain an advantage over your rivals we need some differentials – how many will choose to own Pulisic given his poor form?
I think he deserves another chance, Pulisic is reminding me a lot of Hazard – this was always the sort of game Hazard turned up for and punish those managers who had left him out.
With arguably the easiest fixture of the day, Manchester United travel to Watford on Sunday – I say arguably as Manchester United continue to take home 3 points against the top 6 sides but struggle against those further down the table.
Rashford has been fairly consistent this season, he has been recording fantasy returns regularly and perhaps slipped under the radar for many as the attention is drawn to overall poor Manchester United performances.
It’s true that penalty duty has helped his cause, Manchester United have been awarded the most and scored the most penalties in the league this season.
Watford are still rooted to the bottom of the Premier League table with only 1 win and 6 draws so far this season, surely Manchester Untied have to win this one?
The Full Eleven