FPL Gameweek 10 Review: Lessons Learnt, Takeaways, Players To Sell And Price Rises: Gameweek 10 in a nutshell as we start preparing for gameweek 11.
With gameweek 10 done with, its time for us to sit down and analyse the bygone gameweek. With 25% of the showpiece league completed, a clearer picture has started emerging on the consistent and dependable names, players who are fast emerging as must have picks in FPL.
Along with the pivotal names for the impending round of fixtures, we also dwell into the crucial lessons gameweek 10 taught us and how the upcoming gruelling schedule will affect team selection.
Fantasy Premier League Gameweek 10
Callum Wilson Is Emerging As A Must Have Cheap Pick
Taking to his new side like a fish takes to water, the influence Callum Wilson has exerted on Newcastle United’s side is like none other. Despite being part of a laggard and dreary attacking unit, one where he’s been bereft of any kind of support from his counterparts, he’s waged a lone battle to effortlessly continue his freewheeling ways.
Scoring and assisting for the side against Crystal Palace to guide them to a 2-0 win, Wilson has emerged as a popular pick for gameweek 11 with players replacing him for the likes of Bamford, Kane and Jimenez.
Kevin de Bruyne Is The Only Safe Pick From City
Despite City running riot against Burnley in their 5-0 thumping, FPL managers failed to reap the rewards of that trouncing. The plethora of riches at City’s disposal will see Pep continue to toy with his playing 11 with Kevin de Bruyne who recorded two assists in gameweek 10 set to remain as the only constant.
Southampton Are Here To Stay
Despite leaking three goals in three second half to see their 2-0 lead vanish up in smoke, Southampton are a side to turn to when making your transfers. They have been gripping this season and with a favourable fixture pile imminent, the likes of James Ward-Prose, Che Adams and Kyle Walker-Peters could all offer you sparkling points.
Chelsea’s Defence Is A Rock At The Moment
Completely spurning anything Tottenham tried to fathom against them to keep their rivals attack at bay, Chelsea showed that their defensive uptick is going to continue for the time to come. With Reece James and Ben Chilwell both accruing two bonus points from the 0-0 draw, the two fullbacks are fast taking on the shape of players you can’t venture ahead without.
With the clamour for indulging in the must have picks and in from players growing incessantly as players try to navigate price rise issues, a slew of players have already seen their value elevate.
Bruno Fernandes: 10.9 million
Ben Chilwell: 6.2 million
Riyad Mahrez: 8.3 million
James Ward-Prowse: 6.1 million
Lukasz Fabianski: 5.1 million
Pedro Neto: 5.6 million
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