FPL GW2 Free Transfer Glitz – Darwin Nunez

Paneorder says the Liverpool forward is a major bench influence in home match and has the form to punish Crystal Palace

Paneorder is tipping one player to produce big points in Gameweek 2 of Fantasy Premier League.

Darwin Nunez (LIV) 9m

The Liverpool frontman enjoyed his best start in FPL campaign in 2022/23.

Nunez totalled 9 points to finish as the second top-scoring Liverpool player in the game.

The Uruguay forward’s display at Craven Cottage continued his form from last season, when he produced 26 goals and four assists in 28 league appearances for Benfica. 

Nunez has been quick to replicate that form in pre-season.

His average of 39 minutes per goal ranked first among forwards and midfielder.

Liverpool’s match against Manchester City in the Community Shield and against Fulham in the Premier League should provide insight into Nunez’s potential for starts.

The Reds’ approach the start of the new campaign on the back of their 2-2 draw in Fulham Craven Cottage last weekend.

With his growing influence on Liverpool’s attack, Nunez can profit from that Jurgen’s change of attacking personnel policy and extend his recent of returns even from a substitute appearance.

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In my FPL Paneorder blog – GW1 Free Transfer Glitz, Lam elaborates on a message that he thinks “is very important to get across car owners”: Take care of your mind, body and assets. Sounds difficult, right?

But Goalen XI’s manager takes it a step further by offering an advice: “Let’s say that my forward selection is Kane. I offer to buy you the team of my dreams. You can pick out any alternative forwards that you want, and then when you get out of 4.5m trap after Gameweek 1, that Premium striker will be waiting for you at Etihad home.” (100 words)

FPL GW1 Free Transfer Glitz – Harry Kane

Paneorder says Spurs talisman scores highly in the category of forward position while also providing goals and assists

Paneorder looks at player who has offered big point return per 90 in 2022/23 Fantasy Premier League.

Harry Kane (TOT) 11.5m (selected by 18.5%)

The striker has thrived in last season as a regular for Tottenham Hotspur. 

Kane made 37 starts in 2021/22, scoring 17 goals and providing 11 assists.

As a result, he began this term at a cost of 11.5m in FPL. He is a great differential.

Kane has secured a spot in Spurs’ squad in pre-season, bagging a goal at Suwon World Cup Stadium in Seoul.

Playing in the position of Number 9 of a 3-4-3 formation, he has a great form to partner Son Heung-min in attack line.

Differential pick

Managers in FPL have capitalized on rumour of Haaland’s injury, with his price remaining at 11.5m this term.

Kane has totalled 192 points over the 38 Gameweeks last season, returning 16.7 points per million (ppm).

Spurs’ first fixtures give him the chance to continue thriving in the premium bracket.

Antonio Conte’s side face one of the top four sides last season in their first four matches.

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FPL GW36 Free Transfer Glitz: Cancelo

Manchester City defender has four clean-sheets point in his last six matches and is our pick named by Paneorder for Gameweek 36

A home encounter with Newcastle and a visit to Wolverhampton make Cancelo (7.2m) a very tempting option in Gameweek 36 of Fantasy Premier League.

The defender has been a huge success in Manchester City’s most recent matches, claiming an assist and two clean sheets in their last four. 

Cancelo’s ability to record explosive FPL hauls also includes returns of 18 points against Newcastle United in this reverse fixture.

He is our pick selected by Paneorder ahead of Saturday’s 13:30 BST deadline.

Cancelo (MCI) 7.2m

A goal, nine assists and 18 clean sheets highlights his all-round contribution at home to Newcastle United.

Owned by 41 per cent, Cancelo could even provide a captaincy pick against the Magpies and Wolves.

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Troy Deeney: Everton boss Frank Lampard has to be highly motivated and highly confident and squad will follow in battle to beat drop

A CAPTAIN can be the real difference-maker in a dressing room that is fighting relegation.

He will float around the group, making sure things are ticking over and morale is high – and that is exactly what Seamus Coleman will be doing at Everton.

But, more importantly, it comes from the leadership and the persona of the manager, in this case Frank Lampard.

If the manager is confident and showing you ways in which he feels he can get the team through a situation, the rest of the squad will fall into line and back him.

A skipper has his role to play too, like I did at Watford, but ultimately he will react off the back of the manager.

Someone like Lampard is highly motivated and highly confident.

He will be spreading a clear message and it is down to the captain to then reinvigorate the dressing room.

That can be a difficult task, especially if the manager is losing the support of a squad because of results or methods.

But I don’t think there will be one Everton player who is thinking: ” We cannot get out of this”.

They will be positive that they are good enough to get themselves away from danger.

Positivity is not all it takes to beat the drop but to have a manager who is upbeat and inspiring is a massive contributing factor.

As a captain you can shout all you want to rev everyone up or to keep them from downing tools but, if the manager isn’t showing that belief, you have no chance.

It is very easy for things to boil over in a dressing room. It is high octane. Every little thing is scrutinised, especially when you are in a negative position.

Questionable things a player does off the pitch or in the dressing room when you are winning, people give you a pass for it.

But as soon as the results hit the fan, everyone goes for you. “Why is he not doing that?” it is high pressure.

And if it does boil over, like I have seen many times in dressing rooms before games or at half-time, you have to nip it in the bud quickly as a captain.

Yet it only starts to get toxic and nasty when the writing is on the wall, a bit like if Norwich lose this weekend.

That will be a nasty dressing room, I would imagine. The selfishness takes over. When you get to that stage, players look after themselves and that’s when you see their true colours.

Everyone will care about getting relegated, don’t get me wrong, but people care in different ways.

No one wants that blemish on their CV, but you get some bad eggs and they get nastier because they realise they are going down or they have already sorted out a move away.

It is a tough one.

For Everton right now, and I don’t like the cliche of taking each game as it comes, but I have been in that situation and that’s what you do – no matter how hard you try not to.

You are identifying games and doing the maths and thinking: “If we beat this team, and that team may lose”.

And then suddenly a team around you gets a freak result and you think: “God where did that come from?” and that is mentally deflating.

Players say they don’t look at the table but that’s b******s.

Everyone looks at it and thinks of all the scenarios and ways you can get out.

And Everton players will be doing that this weekend as they look to try to nick something against Chelsea while Burnley play Watford.

This week won’t be make or break for the Toffees but, if they can get a result against Chelsea and then win their next few, you would have to make them survival favourites.

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