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FPL mini-league GW7 preview: Head-to-head

-Paneorder League GW6 review

-Goalen XI’s transfer activities review in GW6

-Summary of GW6 story

-Manchester United


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 League after the opening 6 Gameweeks.” Boss Mulder Lam @Lammy_cafe said.

The Transfer-in of GW6

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

FPL GW7 Free Transfer Glitz Son Heung-min #FPL #FPLCommunity #FantasyPL

Paneorder says the South Korean can trouble Brighton & Hove Albion after being involved in all six Premier League Matchweek.

Paneorder is tipping two players to produce big points in Gameweek 7 of Fantasy Premier League.

Son Heung-min (9.4m) had found the 10 times in all competition so far, as he continues his hot scoring streak. 

Midfielder Son has hit a rich vein of scoring form in Premier League as he has netted eight goals (14 shots attempts) in six appearances in Premier League, including a brace in his away win in Old Trafford.  

Indeed, he claimed his season-high haul of 24 points when Spurs beat Southampton 5-2 in Gameweek 2.

And now the visit of Brighton hands the in-form top scorer an opportunity to continue his hot-streak in Fantasy Premier League.

A shaky defence in Brighton & Hove Albion

The Spurs midfielder could be set to take advantage of suspensions for Brighton’s captain Lewis Dunk.

And his pace can expose Brighton’s weakness in defending placed shots.

Graham Potter’s men have conceded 12 goals, the joint-fourth-worst record in the Premier League.

That gives Son the opportunity to extend his recent output and bring in regular attacking returns over the opening Gameweeks.

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FPL GW7 Free Transfer Glitz Dominic Calvert-Lewin #FPL #FPLCommunity #FantasyPL

Paneorder says Everton striker offers strong all-round potential at St. James Park.

Paneorder is tipping two players to produce big points in Gameweek 7 of Fantasy Premier League.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin (EVE) 7.7m

The Everton centre-forward can deliver points at front end of the pitch away to Newcastle United this Sunday.

Calvert-Lewin has enjoyed his most successful attacking season in FPL, producing seven goals over his five Gameweek appearances.

Prior to this term, he had managed 13 goals and one assist in his previous Premier League campaign.

The Toffees striker became the first player to score in Everton’s first five league matches in a season since 1938/39, and the fourth Premier League player to achieve the feat.

Attacking beat in the league

The underlying statistics highlight Everton’s goal threat.

Their totals of 70-goal attempt ranks fourth among top six this season.

And his aerial threat, in particular, could be decisive again Steve Bruce side this weekend.

Newcastle, meanwhile, have conceded 102 shots and top of the ranking.

Dom’s popularity

Calvert-Lewin’s popularity is on the rise ahead of a trip to Newcastle.

The 23-year-old is one of the most-bought players in the Gameweek 6.

And his 420,000+ new owners will encouraged by his impressive record in meetings with the Toon Army.

Steve Bruce’s men have also struggled defensively and without a clean sheet in the last five of Gameweeks. 

This suggests Calvert-Lewin can reward his existing and growing ownership and get more goals on Sunday afternoon.

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Summary of FPL GW6 story

Bamford ended Aston Villa unbeaten run on Friday main event.

De Bruyne came off the bench with his solid display.

Zaha broke his last season scoring record. (5 goals)

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Liverpool extend their unbeaten Premier League run at Anfield to 62 matches and they have won 28 of their last 29 at home.

Calvert-Lewin is my poster boy in my FPL game. Read more

Bonus magnet – Raul Jimenez is highly rated in comparing to Callum Wilson.

Justin still kept his place in my starting lineup and substitute Vardy proved his worth. 

Karlan Grant is on my watchlist. Indeed, he scored an equalizer.

Son helped Spurs to reach a landmark away win as they won first three away PL matches for only the second time after 2017/18.


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FPL mini-league GW6 preview: Head-to-head

– League ranking

– Summary of FPL GW5 story

– Spurs’ favourable fixtures 

– Tips of Gameweek 6

Harry Kane could hardly have hoped for better start at Tottenham Hotspur, with Sunday’s double against West Ham United taking him to five goals and seven assists in as many Premier League matches.

Rubbish Rover is leading the race for the top place in league with 329 FPL points, while Hoxen’s Squad are 5 FPL points behind the leader.

Mulder Lam, Boss chats through the Goalen XI side named to take on Matt’s squad in Round 6 of the 2020/21 Gameweek challenge and previews the Spurs fixture, as well looking back on the Gameweek 5 fixtures, in the latest Team Talk.

Lastly, he reveals his tips in the team build-up.

+ Current Top 5 in League Ranking

  1. Matt Grillo

2. Abir Hoxen

3. James Chubb

4. Randy Need

5. Joseph Nwachukwu

+Summary of FPL GW5 story

Kane sets Premier League record with electric start

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+Strong fixtures

Spurs’ encounter against Burnley features in a favourable run of fixtures.

According to the Fixture Difficulty Ratings (FDR), next three matches score just two.

Although the north London side hosted a Europa League match in midweek, their schedule means their players could still become major targets for FPL managers over the coming period.

+ Tips of Gameweek 6

“In my opinion, Tottenham Hotspurs is the best team in the league. Kane and Son wield enormous influence in FPL.”

Here everything you need to know ahead of the game…

Key Match Details:

Fixture: Burnley vs Tottenham Hotspur 

Date: Monday 26 October 2020

Kick-off: 8:00 pm

Competition: English Premier League Matchweek 6

Where: Turf Moor