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FPL GW3 Free Transfer Glitz: Paul Pogba

Paneorder says Man Utd midfielder’s away form makes him a strong alternative to Bruno Fernandes in the coming Gameweeks.

Paneorder is tipping one player to produce big points in Gameweek 3 of Fantasy Premier League.

Paul Pogba (MUN) 7.7m

The rush to bring in Bruno Fernandes (12.1m) means Pogba has been largely ignored by Fantasy managers ahead of Gameweek 3.

Fernandes has been brought after Gameweek 1, taking his ownership to 57.7 per cent.

Pogba, meanwhile, sits in only 18.2 per cent of squads, earning 257,000 transfer in for the trip to Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Pogba’s performance in the last two fixtures looks promising for his prospects.

That highlights the midfielder’s big potentiall for points when playing away from home.

Pogba’s 5 assists this season was a league-leading total.

The underlying numbers further show why Pogba is such a potent threat on his travels.

His totals of 28 passes forwards were more than any other team-mates in FPL.

Fixtures to flourish

Crucially, Man Utd are now set to embark on a run of two away matches over the next four Gameweeks.

They also visit West Ham United in that period. Pogba can more than match Fernandes over that schedule, offering managers a major captaincy option over the coming weeks.


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FPL GW2 Free Transfer Glitz: Son Heung-min

Paneorder says move up front has transformed Tottenham Hotspur’s attacker’s prospects in Fantasy

Paneorder is tipping one player to produce big points in Gameweek 2 of Fantasy Premier League.

Son Heung-min (TOT) 10.0m

The Tottenham Hotspur attacker has thrived in his new role up front at the start of the 2021/22 season.

Playing alone in a 4-2-3-1 formation, Son has helped his side to win over Manchester City in the first Gameweek.

He has already scored four goals since the start of pre-season games.

Son’s total of 10 points places him sixth among midfielders in FPL.

The underlying statistics further illustrate his influence on the Spurs’ attack.

The South Korean international’s five shots are more than any team-mate.

In demand

Son’s double-digit haul at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium has caught the attention of FPL managers ahead of Gameweek 2.

He is the fifth most-bought midfielder ahead of Saturday’s deadline, gaining 144,000+ new owners for his away encounter with Wolverhampton Wanderers.

The showdown with the Wolves starts a run of favourable matches that can provide the ideal platform for Son to add to his tally.

According to the Fixture Difficulty Ratings (FDR), four of his next seven matches score only two.

That boosts Son’s prospects as an “out of position” option for a number of weeks, starting with Wolves this Sunday.


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FPL GW1 Free Transfer Glitz: Dwight McNeil

Paneorder on why a share of set-pieces for Burnley midfielder lifts his prospects in Fantasy

Paneorder is selecting an overlooked player who could be set for an impressive Gameweek 1 in 2021/22 Fantasy Premier League.

Dwight McNeil (BUR) 6.0m 0.3% owned

The Burnley midfielder can be found in just 0.3 per cent of squads for his opening match at home Brighton and Hove Albion.

Playing at both flanks in a four-man midfield, McNeil supplied five assists over their last season.

Burnley approach the start of the new campaign on the back of their fourth draw (including three goalless draw) against Cadiz at Turf Moor last weekend.

Brighton & Hove Albion, meanwhile, have yet to win in August and lost to Getafe 2 goal to nil.

They scored just three goals in as many pre-season matches, keeping one clean sheet.

That raises McNeil’s prospects of points in attack and defence in Gameweek 1.

Favourable fixtures

His opening schedule also suggests he could provide a steady stream of returns at the beginning of 2021/22.

According to the Fixture Difficulty Ratings (FDR), only one of first seven matches score more than three. McNeil’s ability to bring in clean sheets, combined with his improved prospects for returns, could see him thrive over that early stretch.


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FPL new arrivals: Daka to impact Leicester’s front two

Paneorder says the Zambian’s arrival could lessen the Fantasy appeal of Vardy and Iheanacho

The arrival of Patson Daka (7.5m) could have an impact on the prospects of Leicester’s key attackers in Fantasy Premier League this season.

Jamie Vardy (10.5m) has been playing as the lone striker for Leicester City since opener through 2020/21.

But the signing of Daka, combined with Vardy’s versatility, may mean the Englishman is occasionally used as a second striker from now on.

Daka has been among the most prolific forward in Austria in recent years.

He scored 27 goals in 28 league appearances for Salzburg last season.

Depending on his fitness, the Zambian could be quickly handed a chance to get goals.

Potential ramifications

In the long term, it remains to be seen whether 22-year-old Daka will be a regular starter this season.

But when he features as a substitute, he will have an impact on Leicester’s set-up.


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FPL new arrivals: Consider Buendia from the start

Paneorder says winger can be an all-round success when Aston Villa’s fixtures turn favourable in the opening Gameweeks

Paneorder looks at the Fantasy Premier League potential of summer signings ahead of the 2021/22 season.

Emiliano Buendia (AVL) 6.5m

Aston Villa’s new signing has been one of the most attack-minded midfielders in the Championship in the last season.

Buendia scored 15 goals and supplied 16 assists in his 39 starts for Norwich City.

The 24-year-old’s underlying numbers last term further highlight his all-round potential going forward.

His 111 shots and 15 goals have ranked in top 10 among FPL midfielders.

And his total of 16 assists created was bettered than any FPL players.

Indeed only, Ollie Watkins (7.5m), who scored 14 goals, was more clinical among Dean Smith’s players.

Villa have a short-term favourable run-in, and their schedule after that is also likely to steer away from their key players.

In the first three Gameweeks, they will face two of promoted sides: Watford and Brentford.Such a favourable run of opponents from Gameweek 1 could promote investment in Buendia.


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