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FPL GW13 Free Transfer Glitz: Vitalii Mykolenko

Paneorder says left-back’s return from injury makes a big difference to Everton’s clean-sheet potential in FPL

Paneorder is tipping one player to produce big points in Gameweek 13 of Fantasy Premier League.

Vitalii Mykolenko (EVE) 4.4m

The full-back’s return from injury has immediately boosted Everton’s defensive prospects in FPL.

Mykolenko has helped the Merseyside side claim back-to-back away wins against West Ham United and Crystal Palace.

Prior to that, Everton had not managed a single shutout in the opening four matches while the full-back was sidelined.

Since returning to his full fitness and playing impressively for his country during the international break in September against Italy and England, he came in for their first starts of the season in Gameweek 5 having recovered from his injury, replacing Nathan Patterson.

Over the season as a whole, Mykolenko’s influence on the Toffees’ defence has been significant.

Two of all their two clean sheets have come in the eight matches he has played.

Goal threat

Mykolenko has the all-round style of play to provide FPL managers with multiple routes to points.

The 24-year-old is a threat in Everton’s left midfield channel while he was given license to raid forward, registering an impressive three goal involvements.

He scored on two occasions this season and delivered an assist in Crystal Palace FC’s Selhurst Park in Gameweek 12.

Meanwhile, his defensive contribution is favoured by the Bonus Point System (BPS), which determines the bonus points in any match.

His total of six bonus points this season is more than any other Everton’s player.

That has helped him return 5.2 points per match this season. Only three other regular starters in defence have bettered that average in FPL.

A home meeting with Manchester United starts a favourite run of opponents for Sean Dyche’s side.

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

With his potential for clean sheets, as well as goals and bonus points, Mykolenko can provide big value at a cost of just 4.4m.

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FPL GW12 Free Transfer Glitz: Bruno Fernandes

Paneorder backs rotation-proof Man Utd midfielder to deliver in Gameweek 12.

Bruno Fernandes (8.3m) 13.7% owned

The Manchester United talisman’s goal against Fulham last weekend highlighted his premium-valued potential in Fantasy Premier League.

Fernandes has started every match for Erik ten Hag’s men since captaining his side in Gameweek 1 this term.

Indeed, he is the only Man Utd outfield player to start all 11 Premier League contests this season.

He has scored all three of his goals this season, and supplied all two of his assists, in their last 11 matches.

Indeed, when selected, he has been involved in 25 per cent of Manchester United’s goals in that period. His three goals ranked joint-top among his team-mate, level with Scott McTominay (4.8m).

Favourable fixtures

Luton Town, meanwhile, have yet to keep a clean sheet this season.

Fernandes now has a Gameweek 12 against Luton Town sides who have struggled defensively on the road this season.

They are among the bottom three sides for goals conceded in all away matches, with 14.

Manchester United’s favourable schedule also looks very promising for the attacking midfielder’s prospects.

Three of their next five matches score only two in the Fixture Difficulty Ratings (FDR).

Their opponents in that period, including hosting Luton Town in Gameweek 12, then visiting Everton in the following Gameweek 13 before a home encounter with AFC Bournemouth in Gameweek 16 are among the bottom six sides in the Premier League table over next five Gameweeks.

Fernandes has the potential to reward his backers with big hauls over that period, offering a strong option to managers who enjoy selecting a differential captain.

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FPL GW11 Free Transfer Glitz: Hwang Hee-Chan

A visit to Bramall Lane looks promising for cut-price Wolverhampton Wanderers winger

Paneorder is tipping one low-owned player who could be set for a breakout Gameweek in Fantasy Premier League.

Hwang Hee-Chan (WOL) 5.5m

The winger can be found in only 3.5 per cent of squads ahead of Wolverhampton Wanderers’ trip to Sheffield United.

The South Korean has been the Wolves’ standout midfielder threat in their last four matches since their hard-fought 1-1 draw in Luton Town.

He has been involved in three of their seven goals in that period, delivering a goal in the 2-1 win over Manchester City in Gameweek 7 to collect eight points.

The underlying numbers also indicate Hee-Chan will be Wolverhampton Wanderers’ main threat against the Blades.

He has scored six goals and supplied one assist to total 49 points in the opening 10 Gameweeks.

That put him second only to the 52 points of Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Pedro Neto (5.7m), who is an injury doubt this weekend, in his team standings.

Notably, Hee-Chan has been just as reliable as the Portuguese, with no blanking between them in their last four appearances.

A visit to Sheffield United gives Hee-Chan the perfect opportunity to extend his prolific record.

Blades porous defence

Sheffield United, meanwhile, have been poor in defence this term.

They have conceded a competition-high 29 goals in ten matches.

Wolverhampton Wanderers’ schedule suggests Hee-Chan could prove a handy short-term acquisition.

According to the Fixture Difficulty Ratings (FDR), four of their next six matches score just two.

As the focal point of the Wolves’ attack, Hee-Chan looks well placed to take advantage of that run.

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FPL GW10 Free Transfer Glitz: James Maddison

Tottenham Hotspur midfielder is Paneorder’s player to look out for ahead of Friday’s Gameweek 10 deadline.

The away form of James Maddison (8.1m) provides Fantasy Premier League managers with a tempting option for Spurs’ Gameweek 10 fixture.

Ange Postecoglou’s league leaders are the side to enjoy the upcoming favourable back-to-back away fixtures from Gameweek 10, visiting both Crystal Palace and Wolverhampton Wanderers.

And Maddison, who was possibly the best signing of this season so far, has been a big success on the road, scoring all two of his goals this season in away matches.

The 26-year-old has seized his opportunity, scoring in wins over AFC Bournemouth and Burnley in that period.

The England international is a player tipped to shine in Gameweek 10 by Paneorder dot com ahead of Friday’s deadline.

James Maddison (TOT) 8.1m

His total of five away assists is more than any Tottenham Hotspur team-mate this season.

By comparison, Richarlison (6.7m) has provided two assists, while Pape Sarr (4.6m) has only one.

The underlying statistics further highlight the Englishman’s goal threat.

Away from home, his total 41 FPL points in those fixtures, second only to the 42 of Son Heung-min (9.5m) among all Spurs’ midfielders this term.

Son and Maddison, who has both contributed 5 bonus points each in the last five road trips are the top two of the Spurs’ squad.

Indeed, their totals were joint-top among their team-mate.

Misfired Palace

Crystal Palace host in Selhurst Park this Friday with a poor record at home.

Before the Gameweek 10’s home encounter, Roy Hodgson’s side are a side yet to win at home in their last two goalless draws.

With his growing influence on Spurs’ attack, Maddison can profit from that weakness and extend his recent run of returns.

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FPL GW9 Free Transfer Glitz: Lyle Foster

Paneorder says Burnley forward has had more than twice as many as Zeki Amdouni in his last four matches

Paneorder is selecting one overlooked player who could be set for a breakout Gameweek 9 in Fantasy Premier League.

Lyle Foster (BUR) 5.0m

The Burnley player is found in only 1.2 per cent of squads ahead of his away match against Brentford.

Foster has become a key figure for Clarets, starting the last two fixtures he has been available for.

Listed as a forward in Fantasy, the South African has one goal and one assist to his name and yet to blank in back-to-back Gameweeks since Gameweek 7.

The 23-year-old has seized his opportunity, scoring in win over Luton Town and providing an assist at home against Chelsea in that period.

Their upcoming opponents raise the appeal of investing in Burnley’s attack.

Vincent Kompany’s side face two of the bottom three teams in the next six Gameweeks. They visit AFC Bournemouth and host Sheffield United.

Although Julian Alvarez (7.0m) and Alexander Isak (7.5m) offer mid-price alternatives, Foster’s attacking potential makes him a standout (5.0m) priced option in attack.

Favourable opponents

Brentford are one of the five sides yet to win at home in the opening Gameweeks this term.

That gives Foster the platform to bring in more points, offering a cut-price route into the Burnley’s attack. Combined with his potential for the bonus point, Foster can prove a handy budget pick in attack in Gameweek 9.

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