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Matt Grillo’s Rubbish Rover (RR) blew a 5-point lead in Gameweek 6 as Patrick Bamford scored three second-half goals to secure three points in Villa Park. @coleybaley’s Winning Eleven wants to take advantage of those fragilities through Matt’s style of selection but his side have had their own tricky start to the season, finding themselves leading after six Gameweeks.
RR stay third on 370 points while Team United, Hong Kong climb to fourth, one points behind.
“Goalen XI’s total of 314 points rank 43rd among FPL Paneorder.com League after the opening 6 Gameweeks.” Boss Mulder Lam @Lammy_cafe said.
1. Christian Pulisic
2. Rhian Brewster
3. Nathan Tella
Consistent Return from Bruno Fernandes
From Gameweek 3 onwards, Bruno Fernandes (10.5m) has recorded at least one attacking return till Gameweek 5, the highest total among Manchester United players.
His 6.8 points per match in his last five Gameweeks currently is also the competition-high among Solskjaer’s side.
Skyfall in Arsenal
Frictional attack and defected defence in both ends cause a problem in Arteta’s side. Misfired Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (11.7m) failed to score in last five games before his trip to Manchester United.
Tips for GW7
“The best way to climb in your mini-league is to stay the course. Don’t chase every bandwagon. Trust your gut with your big decisions in your long-term FPL assets.”
What’s on TV
The Premier League joins Sky Sports and BT Sport on the schedule this week. The action kicks off with Manchester United v Arsenal (live on Sky Sports) while Sheffield United host Manchester City (live in BT Sport).
Key Match Details:
Fixture: Manchester United vs Arsenal
Date: Sunday 1 November 2020
Kick-off: 4:30 pm
Competition: English Premier League Matchweek 7
Where: Old Trafford