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FPL GW5 Free Transfer Glitz Callum Wilson #FPL #FPLCommunity #FantasyPL

Paneorder says Newcastle striker has had 4 times more FPL points than Andy Carroll (5.4m) in his last four matches

Paneorder is tipping a player to produce big points in Gameweek 5 of Fantasy Premier League.

Callum Wilson (NEW) 6.5m

The Newcastle frontman is found in 12.9 per cent of squads ahead of his home match against Manchester United.

Wilson has become a key figure for Magpies, starting the last four fixtures he has been available for.

The 28-year-old has seized his opportunity, scoring in wins over West Ham United and Burnley in that period.

The underlying numbers show why he has been so successful.

The Englishman is the third most-bought forward for Gameweek 5, earning over 230,000 transfers in.

Vulnerable visitors

Manchester United visit St James’ Park this weekend with a poor defensive record in last three league games.

They are the one of those side yet to keep a clean sheet this season and their total of 11 goals conceded is a joint-second league-leading total.

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

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Summary of FPL GW4 story

Chilwell netted three bonus points and provided two attacking returns with a rearguard display performance. Read more

Two-man strikeforce. A. Barnes returns. C. Wood blanks.

Brighton’s loss added to Lamptey injury woes.

Box-to-box attacking display. Leeds and Man City shared a point apiece. Read more

Brilliant Villa hit seven to demolish Liverpool Read more

Mourinho’s Spurs score six to humiliate 10-man Man Utd Read more

My bench warmer Saka score and clinch Arsenal’s third win.

An only and rare goal from 4.5m defensive midfielder – Oriol Romeu

Pedro Neto’s first goal since joining in 2019 helps Wolves to beat Fulham 

Red-hot Calvert-Lewin scored again before Merseyside Derby

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FPL Paneorder.com mini-league GW4 preview: Head-to-head

– Top 20 Bruno Fernandes ownership

– Penalty taker – Bruno Fernandes chance

– Potent defensive trio

Paneorder assesses the league of Gameweek 3 as Manchester United playmaker sets up chaotic final and shows his worth of penalty-taker role

For a second successive Gameweek, Bruno Fernandes (10.5m) played a pivotal role in Fantasy Premier League.

Although the midfielder’s Manchester United were narrowly netted in the crucial third goal, Fernandes’s performance has made him the third-most (4) captaining player in our top-20 of Gameweek 3. 

He has already earned 170,000+ new owners in the lead-up to the next deadline of 11:00 BST on Saturday 3 October.

Fernandes’s team-mate Donny van de Beek (7m) ranks third only to Fernandes and Rashford (9.5m) among his squad for FPL points after his goal against the Eagles.

Targeting those players on the score-sheet in last Gameweek could be a wise strategy in FPL.

Potent defensive trio

Trent Alexander-Arnold (7.5m), Andrew Robertson (7.0m) and Timothy Castagne (5.7m) were among the top eleven defenders to record 4+ FPL points.

Leicester City right-back Castagne is currently the top-scoring defender in the opening three Gameweeks after a 14-point return against West Bromwich Albion.

The Foxes have scored twelve goals in their last three Premier League outings and first-choice attacking starters could be worth a look.

Indeed, next two fixtures are against clubs who finished in the bottom half last season.

Mulder Lam @Lammy_Cafe ranked twentieth in leaderboard to expect the GW3 leader @fool_ball ‘s Points Heist team who have a luxury at his backline, including Maguire (5.5m), Alexander-Arnold, Doherty (5.9m) and van Dijk (6.5m) fields the same defensive unit in GW4. Certainly, they can continue their excellent run in the next fixture.

Good luck everyone! See you all in next week!

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Summary of FPL GW3 story

First point for WBA. But not for my Austin (5.3m). Thankfully, I transferred-out him before GW3 deadline.

Handball decision on my blank Joel Ward (4.5m) with zero point is clearly harsh.

Che Adams (5.9m) did get his first assist of the season. Your loyal fans are happy.

The Brighton-Man Utd game wasn’t ended after the full-time whistle. Read more – Brighton 2-3 Man Utd: What did we learn from ‘logic-defying’ game?

Happy Sunday! I got my first forward attacking return of the season from Leeds striker – Patrick Bamford (5.8m). Read more

Jose Mourinho’s side are still waiting for their first Premier League clean sheet in this term.

Shock defeat! Man City have shipped five goals against Leicester City.

Wolves conceded four times when they faced West Ham United last Sunday.

The poor Fulham stunned by the Lions’ defeat. Read more Fulham 0-3 Aston Villa: Fulham split open as Villa win away for first time since January 1

Despite Thiago Alcantara (6.0m) is out, debutant Jota hits his first goal in Liverpool’s comeback win at Anfield.

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FPL GW4 Free Transfer Glitz Trent Alexander-Arnold #FPL #FPLCommunity #FantasyPL

Paneorder says right-back’s return from injury in pre-season makes a big difference to Liverpool’s clean-sheet potential in FPL

Liverpool right-back has 7 and 1-point returns in his last three matches and is our pick named by Paneorder for Gameweek 4.

A travel to Villa Park makes Trent Alexander-Arnold (7.5m) a very tempting option.

The Englishman has been a huge success and consistent in the Reds’ most recent matches, claiming an assist, and one clean sheet in their last three.

Alexander-Arnold’s ability to record stable FPL return also includes returns of 7 points each against Chelsea and Arsenal in that run.

Indeed, he is currently the most-owned player in FPL game, sitting in 43.7 per cent of squads.

Liverpool’s right-back can bring in points at both ends of the pitch against Aston Villa.

Alexander-Arnold has supplied an assist in his previous meeting with Aston Villa in Villa Park.

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