FPL GW7 Free Transfer Glitz: Phil Foden

Paneorder on why Manchester City winger is a big alternative to team-mate Erling Haaland v Wolves

Paneorder is tipping one player to produce big points in Gameweek 7 of Fantasy Premier League.

Phil Foden (MCI) 7.6m

The Man City winger extended his strong start to 2023/24 FPL with one goal at home to Nottingham Forest on last Saturday.

Foden has blanked only once in his six Gameweek appearances this season, totalling 34 points.

Foden has found the net in last Gameweek and has the schedule to keep scoring.

Back-to-back goal involvements against Newcastle United, Fulham and Nottingham Forest at home in Gameweek 2, 4 and 6 suggested the winger could be Man City’s early go-to option.

The home displays of Phil Foden (7.6m) mean managers in Fantasy Premier League have a tempting midfield alternative to Bruno Fernandes (8.4m) for the Gameweek 7 differential.

He has also provided an assist in the road trip against Sheffield United.

Despite his early-season form, Foden has been largely overlooked by FPL managers.

He can be found in only 13.8 per cent of squads, compared with the 92.4 per cent of his team-mate Erling Haaland (14.1m).

Better than J. Alvarez?

Foden has outperformed the Argentinian in recent matches, taking 13 points to J. Alvarez’s 10 in their last two Gameweek appearances together.

The underlying numbers show Foden’s goal threat is improving this term.

He has had a single FPL point every 12.5 minutes, bettering his team-mate J. Alvarez of 13.29 minutes this campaign.

Furthermore, his total of six bonus points ranks joint-top among all outfield players in all six opening Gameweeks.

Points return from Gameweek 7 to 11

A travel to Wolverhampton Wanderers and a home encounter against Bournemouth look very promising for Foden’s prospects.

The England international has a strong record against the home side this weekend, he netted the third goal to wrap up in 3-0 victory at Molineux Stadium last September.

Wolves, meanwhile, conceded at least one goal at home in their last two home matches.

Foden looks set to deliver points yet again, providing managers with a big option for the captaincy in Gameweek 7.

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FPL GW6 Free Transfer Glitz: Julian Alvarez

Paneorder says home form of Manchester City striker marks him out as a good candidate for the short and kind run of schedule

The in-form Julian Alvarez (6.9m) provided Fantasy Premier League managers with a tempting option up front in their starting XI.

Manchester City’s frontman has only blanked once in last five matches and is back to his best to face Nottingham Forest at home on Saturday afternoon.

Alvarez has stepped up his output in recent matches for the Citizens.

Back on song

He has scored in once of the last two Gameweeks, netting against Fulham and provided two assists in the travel to West Ham United’s London Stadium.

The Argentinian has been particularly reliable when playing without their talisman Kevin De Bruyne (10.2m) at this season.

Alvarez, who is fourth in the points per match (ppm) table, has averaged 7.4 ppm in both home and away matches, compared with his team-mate, Erling Haaland’s (14.1m) 9 ppm. The underlying statistics show why.

Nailed starters and partnership comforts

At home, Alvarez’s 21 points is just one point short of equalling his top-scoring team-mate Haaland’s 22. Also, his total 5 bonus-point is second among his squad this season.

Furthermore, the 23-year-old’s 5.36 point per million in this term and is second currently before Gameweek 6 this term.

Manchester City’s schedule lifts Alvarez’s potential in FPL, including two fixtures against bottom-half sides, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Bournemouth in their next six matches.

In addition, their Gameweek 6 home encounter with Nottingham Forest scores just two in the Fixture Difficulty Ratings (FDR).

That hands Alvarez the chance to continue his improving form and get more goals and assists over the next few Gameweeks.

The Point Per Million Table before the commencement of Gameweek 6 (Name, Team, Point, Price, PPM)

1Edouard CRY 32pts (5.6m) = 5.7143

2J. Alvarez MCI 37pts (6.9m) = 5.3623

3Mbeumo BRE 35pts (6.9m) = 5.0725

4Awoniyi NFO 30pts (6.6m) = 4.5455

5Bowen WHU 32pts (7.1m) = 4.5070

6Maddison TOT 30pts (7.9m) = 3.7975

7Saka ARS 31pts (8.7m) = 3.5632

8Son TOT 30pts (9.1m) = 3.2967

9Haaland MCI 45pts (14.1m) = 3.1915

10Salah LIV 33pts (12.5m) = 2.64

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FPL GW5 Free Transfer Glitz: Son Heung-Min

Tottenham Hotspur midfielder has delivered a double-digit haul in his last away trip and is among one low-owned player backed by Paneorder

Son Heung-Min (9.1m) TSB 12.3 %

A recent run of starts for Spurs has boosted the prospects of their skipper, Son Heung-Min (9.1m) in Fantasy Premier League.

The midfielder has been named in Ange Postecoglou’s starting XI in the last four Gameweeks, scoring his first hat-trick of this season against Burnley.

The underlying numbers show why Son has stepped up his output after the departure of Harry Kane (12.5m) last summer.

The South Korean has claimed two clean sheets and three bonus points in that period. His total of 28 points is ranked second among his team-mates.

More goalscoring prowess

The North London’s side will mark the start of a kind run of opponents from Gameweek 5. They will play against two of three promoted teams in the upcoming 4 rounds of fixtures.

Crucially, these two opponents, Sheffield United and Luton Town, are still looking for their first win in this campaign.

They have been in stellar form in their encounter against Burnley, scoring five goals away from home.

Eye for goal

Son’s eye for goal can prove decisive as the Spurs bid to secure a top four finish in the Premier League this term.

Sheffield United and Luton Town, meanwhile, have struggled in defence this season, failing to claim one clean sheet in their opening Gameweeks.

Son has the form to profit from their frailties in those promoted sides, providing FPL managers with an explosive, low-owned captain for Gameweek 5.

Son’s eye for goal should not be overlooked. Spurs’ captain can offer managers a strong ‘out of position’ striking option in midfield after the international break.

Son is our differential named by Paneorder ahead of Saturday’s noon deadline for Gameweek 5.

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FPL GW4 Free Transfer Glitz: Cristian Romero

Paneorder says Spurs’ centre-back has schedule to offer many routes to returns in Fantasy

Paneorder is tipping one player to produce big points in Gameweek 4 of 2023/24 Fantasy Premier League.

Cristian Romero (TOT) 4.6m

A very favourable run of opponents hand Spurs the opportunity to continue their impressive start to the new season.

Postecoglou’s side are among four sides, along with West Ham United, Liverpool and Arsenal, to win each of their two matches and draw one in the opening Gameweeks. They are all in second place of the table and just two points behind Manchester City.

And according to the Fixture Difficulty Ratings (FDR), five of their next seven matches score only two.

Romero was among the standout defensive all-rounder for attacking threat and point returns from his duties in team-defence.

The north London’s side sometimes set a low block defence. And he was a key outlet for the match at Burnley, creating chances from the set-pieces.

He also blocked his opponent’s wingers to run the channel and made some tackles cleanly and accurately.

His one goal was joint-top with Royal (4.5m), Kulusevki (7.0m), Maddison (7.7m) and Sarr (4.5m) among his team-mates.

Furthermore, Romero has already collected two clean-sheet points, averaging 6.7 points per match (ppm) over his three outings.

The Argentinian also claimed 1 bonus point, underlining his all-round potential in Fantasy.

He got the edge over his team-mates to be in this Spurs’ starting XI.

He is such a class squad player. And his team-mates, both Sarr (4.5m) and Bissouma (5.0m) shield him well in front of him in midfield. Their protection will help him to avoid getting an unnecessary yellow card booking.

Romero has emerged as one of the most-popular Spurs’ defenders, found in 8.4m per cent of squads.

The 25-year-old has been brought in by 350,000+ managers after Tottenham Hotspur’s win in Bournemouth, ranking third among all defenders.

+Classy experienced centre-back, appearance centuries in the making and Shaky opponent’s attackers

Encouraging for Tottenham Hotspur’s defenders, both their upcoming opponents in next two Gameweeks have poor attacking records.

Burnley have found the net only one time in one of their last two, while Sheffield United have only scored only once away from home this season.

That suggests Romero can contribute in both ends to reward investors, with a big haul against the Clarets on the cards.

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FPL GW3 Free Transfer Glitz: Bryan Mbeumo

Paneorder says move up front has transformed Brentford attacker’s prospects in Fantasy

Paneorder is tipping one player to produce big points in Gameweek 3 of Fantasy Premier League.

Bryan Mbeumo (BRE) 6.7m

The Brentford attacker has thrived in his new role up front in Ivan Toney’s (7.9m) absence for Crystal Palace clash.

Playing alongside Yoane Wissa (6.1m) in a 4-4-2 formation, Mbeumo has helped his side to a 3-0 away win over Fulham in the last Gameweek.

The number 19 was a major influence in his side’s top half finish last season, scoring nine goals and supplying nine assists. A ninth-placed finish still represents the best-ever finish in the Premier League.

Mbeumo has mainly played on the right of a front three, combining 13 goals with 16 assists over last two seasons.

Mbeumo’s total of 23 points places him second among all players in FPL.

The underlying statistics further illustrate his influence on the Bees’ attack.

Talisman Mbeumo is the joint top Cameroonian goal-scorer in the Premier League with 16 goals.

The Cameroon international’s 3 goals in last two appearances are joint-top along with Solly March (6.6m).

In demand

Mbeumo’s 16-point season-high haul at Craven Cottage has caught the attention of FPL managers ahead of Gameweek 3.

His all-round prospects in Fantasy are lifted by a share of set-piece duties for Thomas Frank’s team.

And his versatility also works in his favour when Brentford opt for a wing-back system with Mbeumo moving up front to occupy a central role alongside Wissa.

He is the first most-bought player ahead of Friday’s deadline, gaining 885,000+ new owners for his home encounter with Crystal Palace.

The showdown with the Eagles starts a run of favourable matches that can provide the ideal platform for Mbeumo to add to his tally.

Brentford’s fixture looks promising for their key players at both ends of the pitch.

According to the Fixture Difficulty Ratings (FDR), five of his 7 matches score two.

That boosts Mbeumo’s prospects as an “out of position” option for a number of weeks, starting with Crystal Palace this Saturday.

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