FPL GW6 Free Transfer Glitz Emiliano Martinez #FPL #FPLCommunity #FantasyPL

Paneorder on why ex-Arsenal No 1 can reward managers seeking a new goalkeeper before the Gameweek 6 deadline

Paneorder highlights players for Fantasy Premier League managers to target with their free transfer.

Emiliano Martinez (AVL) 4.7m

Aston Villa’s goalkeeper can take advantage of a favourable schedule.

The Lions then face one of the promoted teams, Leeds United.

His run of opponents hands Martinez the chance to pick up from where he left off last season with Arsenal.

He claimed a total 31 points in Aston Villa’s last four matches, keeping clean sheets against Sheffield United, Fulham and Leicester City.

Martinez has recorded three shutouts in Argentine’s last nine matches in charge last term.

According to the Fixture Difficulty Ratings (FDR), only one of the Villans’ next ten matches score more than three.

That includes away trip Arsenal.

Arsenal’s upcoming fixtures can help him gain further points for managers looking for a new goalkeeper when they use their wildcard.

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FPL GW6 Free Transfer Glitz Mo Salah #FPL #FPLCommunity #FantasyPL

Paneorder highlights midfielders’ reliable returns in home matches ahead of his home encounter with Sheffield United

Paneorder is tipping one player to produce big points in Gameweek 6 of Fantasy Premier League.

Mo Salah (LIV) 12.3m

The winger has had a major influence in home matches since the Leeds’ match in Gameweek 1.

When selected, Salah was involved 75 per cent of their goals at home this term, compared with 50 per cent on the road.

Indeed, he produced four attacking returns in last four home games in 2019/20, scoring 1 goal and providing three assists.

The Egyptian continued that run in his first home fixture of 2020/21, against Promoted side, Leeds United in Gameweek 1.

Salah’s hat-trick earned him a 20-point bumper haul at Anfield.

He then followed that up with another two-goals against Aston Villa Park in Gameweek 4.

Favourable opponent?

Away from home this season, Sheffield United were among the poorest teams defensively after four Gameweeks. They conceded three goals in this period

Indeed, the Blades have not claim a single point with four straight defeats before their draw with Fulham. 

Salah is up against a porous Blades’ defence. He has the eye for goal to seize upon those weaknesses and bring in another big return at home on Saturday.

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Summary of FPL GW5 story

Explosive double-up Rashford and Fernandes who racked up 11+15 = 26 points claimed their second wins in the away fixtures.

Alexander-Arnold still waited to break his duck. But Salah scored his third away goal and Mane continued his away form by netting a goal in Goodison Park. 

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My new signing, Brewster made his home debut and Sharp rescued a point against Fulham.

Lewis Dunk saw red. But both sides have ended their two-game losing run after 1-1 draw.

Son found the net. Kane scored a brace and delivered an assist. West Ham United’s Lanzini was the saviour to dig out the draw result.

Martinez indeed kept a clean sheet in a 1-0 win over Leicester City.

Ivanovic beat me with his 6 FPL point over my non-starter Ben Davies.

Jimenze inflicted a defeat on Leeds United.

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FPL Paneorder.com mini-league GW5 preview: Head-to-head

– Stellar start @abir_hoxen vs Wildcard squad Matt Grillo

– Gameweek 5 Captain selection

Paneorder assesses the league of Gameweek 4 as using Wildcard and captaining Salah feel like a shrewd move

The early-season performances of Hoxen’s Squad are having a growing influence on FPL Paneorder.com mini-league.

Abir Hoxen’s side have recorded 259 FPL points in the opening Gameweeks.

Mo Salah and Son Heung-min were the standout performers.

His team has six attacking returns in total this Gameweek.

Son has already earned 1.7million+ new owners in the lead-up to the next deadline after the international break.

“Son versus London rival, West Ham United side missing their new signing, Said Benrahma looks like a no-brainer.” Paneorder.com boss Mulder Lam said.

Stellar start 

@abir_hoxen is our pacesetter currently. 

Calvert-Lewin, De Bruyne, Salah, Son, Havertz and McCarthy were his core backbone in the HOXEN’S SQUAD lineup in the last Gameweek 3 and 4.

They earned 93 FPL points over that pair of fixtures.

Matt Grillo, whose team are called “Rubbish Rover”, is in second place. He used his first Wildcard this week after recording his season-low 39 points in GW3.

Wildcard earned the FPL manager his second 79 points return in Fantasy Premier League. 

Neto, Calvert-Lewin, Wilson and his Captain Salah have earned him 56 FPL points in GW4.

Gameweek 5 Captain selection

“Klopp’s men had a rotten match in Gameweek 4 but it seems early to give up on Liverpool, especially at Goodison Park to Everton. If Mo Salah (12.3m) is back from international break, I want him in my squad as my Captain because he’s productive and claims 41 FPL points in the opening four Gameweeks.”

Here everything you need to know ahead of the game…

Key Match Details:

Fixture: Tottenham Hotspur vs West Ham United

Date: Sunday 18 October 2020

Kick-off: 4:30 pm

Competition: English Premier League Matchweek 5

Where: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

FPL GW5 Free Transfer Glitz Benjamin Chilwell #FPL #FPLCommunity #FantasyPL

Paneorder on Chelsea left-back’s attacking potential ahead of a home encounter against Southampton

Paneorder is selecting an overlooked player who could be set for a breakout Gameweek 5 in Fantasy Premier League.

Benjamin Chilwell (CHE) 5.5m

Chelsea’s new left-back can be found in only 8.9 per cent of squads for his home meeting with Southampton.

The 23-year-old arrives at Stamford Bridge on the back of three goals and three assists in the last season for the top six side Leicester City.

His underlying numbers from 2020/21 highlight his all-round attacking potential.

Chilwell’s three bonus points would have ranked second among the Blues defenders.

And his one goal and one assist were bettered by only one other defender – Timonthy Castagne (5.8m, 1 goal and 3 assists).

Indeed, he is the most-bought defender in the Gameweek, earning more than 476,000 transfers in for his home match with the Saints’.

Favoured opponents

Those new owners will be encouraged by Chilwell’s strong record against GW5 opponents.

He netted one and supplied two assists in his two encounters with Southampton while playing for Leicester City.

Chilwell can help unlock the visitor’s defence and guide the Blues to a second straight win this weekend.

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