Friday, 19 April 2019

FPL: Five players with a double game week 35

Have you got your breath back yet? Man City and Tottenham served up a treat in the Champions League and they get to do it all again this weekend. Not only is there a full round of Premier League games but eight teams will play twice. Is this the final chance to make up serious ground on your fantasy football rivals?
Not only will we get to see a re-match from Wednesday but there’s also a Manchester derby in midweek. Four of the top six play twice and at this stage of the season, we’re getting very serious indeed.
With that in mind, here are five players who will be playing twice who are worthy of your consideration for week 35.
1) Raheem Sterling (Manchester City, Midfield, £11.5m)
With four goals in a week, it’s impossible to ignore Raheem Sterling. I fully expect Man City to come back looking for revenge for their devastating Champions League exit on Saturday. If nothing else, it should lower the chances of Pep roulette now as Man City go in pursuit of retaining their Premier League title.

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Wednesday, 17 April 2019

Daily Fantasy Football Tips - Gameweek 35




Starting 11 is a new Daily Fantasy Premier League football game and app, which has gained in popularity since last year as managers get to pick a brand new fantasy team each week, without the headache of managing a season-long team.
As always, this week’s picks are suitable for all fantasy football game formats and will suit most scoring systems, so we hope you find good use for them, whether you’re playing Fantasy Premier League, or daily fantasy games over at Starting 11.

If you’d like to get involved this week by challenging us, simply create your lineups today via the free app.



FORWARDS


Safe Pick – Aguero vs Spurs (H)


With three hat-tricks to his name already this season, all scored at home and two of them against Chelsea and Arsenal Sergio Aguero is top of my shopping list this week.

Liverpool’s relatively straight forward tie vs Cardiff on Sunday means Manchester City have to win, Pep Guardiola will field a full strength team and the man who rises to the occasion during the big games is Aguero.

Also joint top goal scorer in the Premier League with Mo Salah, Aguero needs to keep the pressure on the Egyptian if he wants to win this personal accolade.

Differential Pick - Wilson vs Fulham (H)

After destroying Brighton last weekend, Bournemouth and Callum Wilson are in hot form as they face the already relegated Fulham at home.

Wilson’s goal and two assists vs Brighton took the England International to twelve goals and eleven assists for the season – a better record than popular picks such as Raul Jimenez and Son Heung-Min.

Fulham have conceded 76 goals this season, more than any other side!




MIDFIELDERS


Safe Pick - Salah vs Cardiff (A)

While Shay Given carried on tucking into his steak, the rest of the world stood and applauded a fantastic goal scored by Mo Salah last weekend.

The 2017/18 player of the season appears to be finding his form at the business end of the title race. With favourable fixtures to come, Manchester City fan’s must be worried.

His two goals and assist during his last three games have taken him to 19 goals and 10 assists this season, can he clinch the golden boot for a second season running and in doing do win the title for Liverpool?

Differential – Deulofeu vs Huddersfield (A)

A fixture vs Huddersfield and Deulofeu was already on my radar. Despite his rest against Arsenal he could be fantasy gold this weekend,especially with Deeney suspended.

Playing out of position as a striker, having already scored a hat-trick vs Cardiff earlier in the season, he will be hoping to add to his seven goals for the season and Huddersfield have conceded 14 goals in their last four games. 



DEFENDERS


Safe Pick – Van Dijk vs Cardiff (A)

Is he the best defender the Premier League has ever seen?  No.  Is he the best defender currently in the Premier League?  Probably.

Having started all 34 Premier League games so far this season Van Dijk is nailed on and has chipped in with three goals and four assists.

Cardiff in my opinion will go down and had it not been for two other terrible teams in Huddersfield and Fulham they would have already been relegated in seasons gone by.

Differential – Kolasinac vs Crystal Palace (H)

Coach Unai Emery continues to favour a back three system, releasing Kolasinac to attack from wingback – fully rested on Monday night, he is fresh and ready to take on Crystal Palace.

His rest can be interpreted as a tactical move from the manager.  With seven assists despite missing the start of the season, can Kolasinac provide more attacking returns – as well as hope to make it four clean sheets in five games for Arsenal?




GOALKEEPERS


Safe Pick – Allison vs Cardiff (A)

As I have already mentioned, Liverpool’s 18 clean sheets from 34 games is outstanding – I don’t expect Cardiff to stop them making it 19 for the season.

Probably the clean sheet banker for Gameweek 35, I am tempted to have a full defensive stack for Sunday’s games.

Differential – Foster vs Huddersfield (A)

The worst attack in the league in Huddersfield, this week take on Watford - flying high having qualified for the final of the FA Cup.

A long standing fantasy football favourite is Ben Foster and he makes it as my differential goalkeeper this week.
Only 7 clean sheets this season for the former England International, however he has been in fine form for the Hornets – also, it's only Huddersfield Town after all!




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Friday, 12 April 2019

FPL: Five to watch in GW34 – Son to shine?

The Champions League offered an action packed interlude but all eyes are back on the Premier League this weekend. A certain injury has made waves in fantasy football circles but will there be other rotation issues to avoid?

We’re back to a full round of the games after the reduced schedule last week. There’s also the added bonus of Brighton vs Cardiff on Tuesday night, meaning both sides have a double game week. More on that later though.

Here are five picks for the week ahead, starting with the big talking point – Harry Kane’s dodgy ankle.

1) Heung-Min Son (Tottenham, Midfield, £8.6m)

From the moment Harry Kane hobbled down the tunnel on Tuesday night, a million wildcard templates were torn up. Kane was the solid pick amongst a sea of uncertainty. Usually safe from rotation, his thirst for goals makes him a must have at this time of the season. Not now though. The suggestions are that Kane’s season is all but over, although we are awaiting official confirmation.

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Daily Fantasy Football - Gameweek 34




To celebrate Starting 11’s newly updated app I’m back to bring you a second installment of tips for this on-going Gameweek by focusing on Wednesday’s three Premier League fixtures.

Fantasy football managers have spoken and Starting 11 have listened! Player positions now match those we all know and love on FPL – with the likes of Hazard and Salah now classified as midfielders.

We still have no budgets, but for our Starting 11 line-ups it’s a case of all-out attack from now on…

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Safe Pick Forward – Aguero vs Crystal Palace (A)

Harry Kane was the original must-have pick for Gameweek 34 against relegated Huddersfield at Tottenham's new stadium.

Well after his unexpected injury on Tuesday night in the Champions League, it’s his rival Sergio Aguero who gets the nod against Crystal Palace.

With 19 league goals this season Aguero is in pole position for the 2018/19 Golden Boot, with a number of key players breathing down his neck.  He will be spurred on to score more goals between now and Gameweek 38.

Differential Forward – Murray vs Bournemouth (H)

Bournemouth players have been popular over the last few weeks with their players who have filled the blanks during the FA Cup Quarter and Semi-finals, perhaps more though hope than expectation.

If we’re honest, Bournemouth’s form has been poor.  Next up they have a trip to Brighton where Glenn Murray could fire the Seagulls to a vital victory in their bid for Premier League survival.

Bournemouth have conceded 7 goals during their last 3 games, can Murray add to his 11 goals for the season?

Safe Pick Midfielder - Sterling vs Crystal Palace (A)

A must own player all season on Starting 11, however he has now been reclassified as a midfielder! His place within our line-ups just became even more important.

Guardiola was able to give Sterling a well-earned rest vs Cardiff City, however with Liverpool still putting the pressure on – can he really risk resting him again vs Crystal Palace?

With a staggering 28 attacking returns this season, he's an essential pick for this weekend.

Differential Midfielder – Jota vs Southampton (A)

After a disappointing extra time defeat in the FA Cup Semi Final to Watford, Wolves need to regroup and concentrate on their recent league form instead. The recent win against Manchester United took them level on points with 7th place Leicester.

After taking longer than we expected to find his feet in the Premier League, Jota now has 7 goals during the second half of the season, playing out of position as part of the Wolves forward line.

Jota and Jimenez have developed a fantastic relationship spearheading the Wolves attack and now Jimenez has signed permanently, I expect them both to go from strength to strength.

Safe Pick Defender – Trippier vs Huddersfield (H)

With only 19 goals scored since August, it’s no surprise that Huddersfield were the first side to be relegated this season.

With this in mind I’ll be looking at Spurs for clean sheets this weekend and Trippier with his potential for attacking returns.

By no means at his best this season, however he has scored and provided 5 assists in the Premier League since his superlatives at the Word Cup.

Differential Defender - Digne vs Fulham (A)

If you rolled back the season to Gameweek 26 and told me Everton were about to start a run of 5 clean sheets in 6 games, I would have raised an eyebrow and carried on with my season happy to have no Toffees in my back line.

This is exactly what Everton have done and to cap it all off, the one week they didn’t keep a clean sheet – Digne recorded an assist to keep that run of returns flowing.

Despite Everton having a poor season, Digne now has 3 goals, 4 assists and 10 clean sheets. Could he be a key differential for you over the final weeks of the season?

Safe Pick Goalkeeper – Ederson vs Crystal Palace (A)

One man seemingly untouchable when it comes to ‘Pep Roulete’ is goalkeeper Ederson, who has notched up 16 clean sheets this season.

Only Liverpool can boast a better record (17) this season making Ederson an easy choice between the sticks on Starting 11 this weekend.

As long as his defenders don’t gift another penalty to Luka Milivojevic then those clean sheet points should be safe.

Differential Goalkeeper - Ryan vs Bournemouth (H)

With Double Gameweek distractions over on FPL, I couldn’t leave out a potential Brighton clean sheet with some FPL managers even considering tripling up on their wildcards – could this be a wise move for Starting 11 too?

Well there is no Double Gameweek on Starting 11 but there is a home game against Bournemouth, a side who have only won 1 of their last 9 league games.  So there's all to play for!

Before you go… Starting 11 have introduced a Mini-League feature to their app, giving you the opportunity to compete in public or private leagues or two or more managers where the winner take all.  Download the app now and try it yourself.

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Tuesday, 9 April 2019

Who Got The Assist? Pod 66 - Wildcard Decision Paralysis (feat. FPL Family)


This week we're joined by Lee and Sam, who runs the twitter account and YouTube channel @FPLFamily.

It's decisions, decisions as we reach wildcard week for many! We cover the premium, enabler and single gameweek assets comprising FPL manager's wildcard squads - whilst also providing help for non-wildcarders who are managing their way through this week.

Back a little later next week due to the Tuesday night game.


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Friday, 5 April 2019

FPL: Six players from six games – GW33 preview

The Premier League has provided a feast of football this week. Liverpool and Man City exchanged places at the top of the table on three occasions, Manchester United lost to Wolves again and Tottenham finally moved into their new home. With the dust barely settled on the mid week games, attention for FPL managers now turns to the rather bleak looking week 33.

Why is it bleak? There are only six games to keep us going, although there are two FA Cup games but these are of little interest to fantasy football managers. With 8 clubs not in action, there may be some sparse teams this week. The biggest misses will be both Manchester clubs, whilst the absence of Tottenham and Wolves is also less than welcome.

With that in mind, here’s an FPL assessment of the six games taking place this weekend, starting with the Friday night game.

Southampton vs Liverpool – One to watch: Sadio Mane

Liverpool players will dominate FPL selections this weekend. This is their chance to move back to the top of the table and as we all know, every game counts at this stage. Salah and Mane have been prominent picks all season but Roberto Firmino has returns from his previous three games. That could make him an interesting differential, with Liverpool clear favourites to beat Southampton. Both Mane and Salah have 17 goals apiece though, with Mane in the far better form recently. You can’t help but feel Salah is due though.

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Wednesday, 3 April 2019

Who Got The Assist? YouTube Q+A Audio (feat. Ted Talks FPL)

In lieu of a full fat podcast this week, we took to YouTube due to the tight turnaround joined by Ted, who runs the twitter account and forthcoming YouTube channel @TedTalksFPL.

We cover many of the key issues of today, from how we face up to the blank gameweek to come, and also how we set up for the run-in based on what we know now.

Enjoy, back before Gameweek 34 for a full pod with Lee and Sam from FPL Family!

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Monday, 1 April 2019

Daily Fantasy Football - Wednesday 3rd April




To celebrate Starting 11’s newly updated app I’m back to bring you a second installment of tips for this on-going Gameweek by focusing on Wednesday’s three Premier League fixtures.

Fantasy football managers have spoken and Starting 11 have listened! Player positions now match those we all know and love on FPL – with the likes of Hazard and Salah now classified as midfielders.

We still have no budgets, but for our Starting 11 line-ups it’s a case of all-out attack from now on…

If you’d like to get involved this week by challenging us, simply create your lineups today via the free app.



Kane vs Crystal Palace (H)

Its taken a long time and a bucket load of cash, but finally Tottenham have their new state of the art stadium.

As soon as the first fixture was announced, one player came to mind.  Who else to score the first goal during the clubs newest chapter than one of their own, Harry Kane.

With 17 goals this season, Kane is only 2 behind top goal scorer Aguero and we all know this is the stage of the season that Kane tend to explode.


Jesus vs Cardiff City (H)

After Aguero hobbled off on 57 minutes’ against Fulham on Saturday, reports suggest that the injury is nothing serious, however with an FA Cup Semi Final followed by a UCL tie against Spurs on the horizon why would Pep risk him vs Cardiff City?

Jesus isn’t living up to his hype this season with only 7 league starts this season and a number of substitute appearance have left the Brazilian on only 6 league goals for the season.

After scoring two goals for Brazil during the international break and Aguero a doubt, is this the chance Jesus has been waiting for vs Cardiff City?



Hazard vs Brighton (H)

Sarri hinted that Hazard needed a breather, but we all left him in our line-ups anyway only to find the Belgian sat on the bench.

Well he didn’t have a full rest having been introduced in the second half as Chelsea trailed to Cardiff City, however surely he is now nailed on to start on Wednesday against Brighton?

We all know Hazard tends to go through purple patches before delivering big fantasy points for those who stick with him – could a home tie with Brighton be the right time to back him again?


Sane vs Cardiff City (H)

Pep this week hinted at making a few changes, stating they cannot win the Premier League and other cups with only the players who played on Saturday. Fresh after sitting out the full 90 minutes’ vs Fulham, could this be Leroy Sane’s moment?

Earlier in the season Sane was the must own Manchester City player, he started every game and was providing both goals and assists then despite scoring 2 goals and providing 2 assists during four games, he found himself on the fringes since Gameweek 25.

He is fresh, he is keen and we all know what he is capable of, at home to Cardiff City – Sane could be an unexpected surprise performer on Wednesday.


Son vs Crystal Palace (H)

Another player reclassified into his correct position is Son.  He's also been rested and is looking for an opportunity to find the form he produced earlier in the season.

With 11 goals and 7 assist this season Son was a must own player during the festive period, however his last goal was during Gameweek 26 – did he just need a break from first team duties to hit the final stages of the season with a bang?

Crystal Palace kept out Huddersfield over weekend, however prior to that they failed to keep a clean sheet during their previous 5 league games.





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Friday, 29 March 2019

FPL: Five players playing twice in GW32

The Premier League is back! The International break was the last pause before the end of season run-in so it is full steam ahead from now until May. If we were lacking games in week 31, week 32 has come roaring at us with five extra games. Could this be a points bonanza?

With Manchester City, Chelsea, Tottenham and Manchester United amongst those playing twice, there is a good opportunity to make up some points on your rivals this week with a well played chip. Changing your entire team using the free hit chip could mean a whole team playing twice, whilst Chelsea and Man City’s double fixtures might have you reaching for the triple captain chip.

Here are five players you should consider getting in your team one way or another for game week 32.

1) Raheem Sterling (Midfield, Man City, £11.6m)

It feels like Sterling made a move over the International break to cement his place as the top player in the Premier League at the moment. Four goals including a hat-trick against Czech Republic really shows just how far he has come. His form for Man City has been faultless for almost two seasons now, so a double header against Fulham and Cardiff will be music to the ears of FPL managers.

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Wednesday, 27 March 2019

Daily Fantasy Football Tips - Gameweek 32




Starting 11 is a new Daily Fantasy Premier League football game and app, which has gained in popularity since last year as managers get to pick a brand new fantasy team each week, without the headache of managing a season-long team.
As always, this week’s picks are suitable for all fantasy football game formats and will suit most scoring systems, so we hope you find good use for them, whether you’re playing Fantasy Premier League, or daily fantasy games over at Starting 11.

If you’d like to get involved this week by challenging us, simply create your lineups today via the free app.



FORWARDS


Safe Pick – 
Aguero vs Fulham (A)

The stand out fixture on Saturday is Manchester City visiting Craven Cottage, hoping to extend their league at the top of the Premier League table with Liverpool not playing until Sunday.

Having had two weeks’ rest over the international break, Sergio Aguero is fresh and ready to take on a poor Fulham defence and chase the 2018/19 Golden Boot.

With 18 goals this season and finding the back of the net every 107 minutes, Aguero goes straight into the majority of Gameweek 32 sides and will most likely be my Starting 11 captain this week.

Differential Pick - Batshuayi vs Huddersfield (H)

As a template team forms with Free Hits on FPL, one man still owned by only 1.8% of fantasy football managers is Michy Batshuayi – will he be overlooked on Starting 11 too?

Since his move to Crystal Palace, Batshuayi has scored twice during four starts and this week faces bottom of the table Huddersfield Town.

The Terriers have conceded seven goals during their last three league games and I expect Palace to enjoy themselves on Saturday.





MIDFIELDERS


Safe Pick - Pogba vs Watford (H)

After a disappointing defeat to Arsenal followed by their exit from the FA Cup to the hands of Wolves, I expect Manchester United to bounce back against Watford during Gameweek 32 and press on to claim a top 4 position.

Key to any Manchester United performance is Paul Pogba, who has had to play more disciplined roles during the team’s injury crisis. However with Matic and Herrera both fit I expect Pogba to return to his number 10 role.

Watford are going well in the FA Cup but in the league they have conceded ten goals in only three games and their fans are having to endure unpredictable performances which bodes well for United's attack.

Differential – Sigurdsson vs West Ham (A)

Everton and West Ham are two sides that we all struggle to predict results for. Everton lost to Newcastle then beat Chelsea, while West Ham were on the brink of a 3-1 defeat to Huddersfield before wining 4-3. 

On set pieces and playing as a number 10, any goals Everton do score are likely to have an involvement from their Icelandic midfielder.

What may surprise some of you (it did me) is that 'Siggy' has now scored twelve goals this season in addition to his three assists. The only midfielders to have scored more are Salah, Mane and Hazard.




DEFENDERS


Safe Pick – Laporte vs Fulham (A)

Saturday’s clean sheet banker appears to be with Manchester City, the second best defence in the league coming up against the third worse attack.

Manchester City, having kept four clean sheets from their last five games now have their back line strengthened with the return of centre-back Laporte.

Fulham on the other hand have lost their last seven games and have only scored four goals during that period.

Differential – Doherty vs Burnley (A)

Matt Doherty has been a gem this season - a defender playing effectively as a winger is a fantasy football dream and he continues to find himself in and around the opposition box – move over Marcus Alonso!

Wolves have their heads up, they are playing some fantastic football, have just deservedly knocked Manchester United out of the FA Cup and are looking like bringing European football to Molineux next season.

Doherty has three goals and six assists this season, but to be honest that could have been so much more – can he continue to threaten vs Burnley on Saturday?




GOALKEEPERS


Safe Pick – De Gea vs Watford (H)

As I said earlier, I expect Manchester United to bounce back this weekend and in doing so put their top four push back on track – David De Gea has been key to Manchester United’s results and I feel this week he will take home a clean sheet.

Since Solskjaer took on the reigns at Manchester United, clean sheets have been few and far between – but the defensive performances of Lindelof and Smalling have steadily improved and with their protection I think we can see more value in owning United’s defensive assets between now and the end of the season.

Even if Watford do find a way through, De Gea currently has the third highest number of saves this season with 97 already chalked up.

Differential – Guaita vs Huddersfield (H)

As West Ham were blowing bubbles, Huddersfield Town hearts were breaking – as the Terriers let a 3-1 lead slip and lost the game 4-3.

How can Huddersfield recover from that?  I’m not sure they can and they could be relegated on Saturday when they travel to Palace.  Although Palace have struggled for goals at times this season they have done well at the back compared to the teams below them, I wouldn’t be surprised to see a Palace clean sheet on Saturday and a Palace defensive stack could be a gamble which pays off. 




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Tuesday, 26 March 2019

Who Got The Assist? Pod 65 - Nick's Free Hit and no Mo Salah?

Back to normal this week as Nick returns to the pod to talk about his Free Hit and how he's approaching it, alongside pondering the question of whether it's the end for Mo Salah in our sides for this campaign.

We also catch up with the Market forces, the Nick Pick, a swift zombie update and All-Englands before taking some questions.

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Friday, 22 March 2019

Three must-have picks - Eliteserien 2019

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1. Vito Wormgoor - FWD - (6.5) Brann
Brann have shown that they are more than capable of keeping it tight at the back. In my opinion, Wormgoor is the best centre-back in the league. He is their captain and therefore the first name on their team sheet. In fact, you could probably captain him too at times.  Last season he got 12 clean sheets, 2 assists and 4 goals!  He also registered a staggering 17 bonus points in 2018. His disciplinary record is also impeccable as last year he only picked up 2 yellow cards. If all goes as expected, this player will get you regular fantasy returns.  To further validate his credentials he also took penalties last season.  Currently owned by 46%! Can you go without him?


2. Jorgen Strand Larsen - FWD  - (6.5) Sarpsborg
This one will come as a surprise to you. Strand Larsen is only 19 years old, and was on loan last season to AC Milan! There he was not satisfied with Gattuso and felt he was not good enough for him - WOW! Now he is back in Sarpsborg who will most likely play with 2 strikers with him and Skålevik up front. This winter this hot prospect scored 13 goals in friendlies. In some of those friendlies he only played 45 mins. He scored a hat trick vs CSKA Moscow!  Sarpsborg are a good team where they love to develop young players and score goals. He’s nailed down in my squad due to his potential and his price. I feel he will represent value, and can hit the ground running. 6.5 for a 3rd striker with that talent? Get him in!


3. Ohi - FWD - (9.0) Molde 
Ohi has recently joined Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's old club, Molde.  He scored 17 goals in 2017, and had a sub-par 2018 with only 8 goals last season when he was outscored by teammate Boli.  This year he will most likely lead the line with Molde with a mild risk of rotation with Leke James. I think Ohi has the potential to become this year’s top scorer. He wouldn’t go to Molde to sit on the bench, and he will use this chance to propel himself into a better league. A Molde striker for 9.0 in my head is a no brainer and he can't be ignored.

I think these players will bring a lot of value and bang for the buck for your team. Enjoy!

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1. Vito Wormgoor - Forsvar - (6.5) Brann
Brann er et lag som liker å holde nullen, og defansiv struktur er fundamentet i spillestilen deres. I mitt hode er Vito Wormgoor Eliteseriens beste midtstopper. Han er kaptein, og forrige sesong holdt han nullen i 12 kamper. Fikk 2 assists og 4 mål. Vito fikk 17 bonuspoeng og kun 2 gule kort. Denne spilleren gir deg clean sheets, bonus poeng og mål. Forrige sesong tok han straffene til Brann. I skrivende stund eies han av 46% av spillerne! Kan du unnlate å ha han på laget ditt? Dette er en forsvarsspiller man til og med kan sette kapteinsbindet på. 


2. Jørgen Strand Larsen - Spiss - (6.5) Sarpsborg 
Dette kommer nok som en liten overaskelse til dere. Strand Larsen er bare 19år, og var på lån I AC Milan I fjor. Der var han ikke fornøyd med Gattuso og mente han ikke var profesjonell nok. (Seriøs gutt dette) Nå er han tilbake i Sarpsborg som mest sannsynlig vil spille med 2 spisser på topp hvor han og Skålevik allerede har funnet tonen. Strand Larsen har notert seg for 13 mål i vinter, og et hat trick mot selveste CSKA Moskva! Han er i troppen min pga det store potensiale og hans lave pris. Sarpsborg er utrolig flinke med unge spillere, så dette kan være et ekte «scoop».
Fungerer nok perfekt på laget ditt som en tredje spiss?  


3. Ohi - Spiss - (9.0) Molde 
Ohi gikk fra Stabæk til Molde, mens jeg satt og skrev det her. (Min orginale #3 var Bård Finne fra Vålerenga). Ohi scora 17 mål i 2017, og hadden en litt “dårlig” sesong forrige sesong med kun 8 mål. (Han spilte da primært i en ny rolle bak Boli som var litt uvant for Ohi) I år vil han mest sannsynlig vær toppspissen til Molde. (Vil nok roteres litt med Leke James) Ohi har potensialet til å bli topp scorer i år. Han går ikke til Molde for å sitte på benken, og han vil bruke denne sjansen til å score masse mål slik at han kan komme seg på landslaget og til en større liga. En Molde spiss til 9 millioner, med de egenskapene som Ohi har ser jeg på som et sikkert valg! Han er i alle fall vanskelig å unngå å vurdere. 



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