Hwang Hee-Chan

With the first quarter of the season now out of the way, Fantasy Premier League mini-leagues are taking shape and the overall rank is putting everyone where they should be.

Yet, it was a happy outing for most Fantasy Premier League managers in Game Week 10 with five of the top six most-owned forwards securing returns last weekend. Many users will be looking forward to similar points totals in GW11 and the FootballCastle has all you need to know.

Here you will be able to evaluate the best moves to make ahead of the Game Week 11 deadline at 11:00 GMT on Saturday, 4 November 2023.


Sam Johnstone (£4.6m) 

Betway Nigeria

Crystal Palace’s shot-stopper has recorded 28 points in the last five GWs and he has the fixtures to back it up with a good run until GW16.

Having combined three clean sheets with four save points and five bonus points in the last five, Johnstone takes on Burnley in GW11 in good FPL form. 


Fabian Schär (£5.2m)

The Swiss defender has five FPL returns in his last six matches with attacking prospects making him one of Newcastle’s best assets. 

Schär is guaranteed clean sheets with one of the best defences in the league who have a nice run of fixtures between GW12 and GW19.

Matty Cash (£5.2m) 

Cash is in deadly form on his travels with all eight of his shots on target coming in away matches. The right-back is therefore tipped for big hauls at Nottingham Forest despite blanks in two of the last three GWs, he also has the fixtures to command trust in his selection.

Konstantinos Tsimikas (£4.6m) 

Kostas Tsimikas

The ‘Greek Scouser’ has proven his immediate backers right having replaced Andrew Robertson with an instant impact in FPL. Liverpool have kept two clean sheets in as many games and Tsimikas is one of their corner takers which ensures his 8.7 per cent ownership will continue to rise. 


Mohamed Salah (£12.8m)

The FPL legend has been relentless once again with five goals in his last three games, he has only blanked once all season thanks to a calamitous VAR decision and is Erling Haaland’s biggest challenger this term. 

Liverpool’s 23 goals are the second-best in the league with the Egyptian at the forefront of their attacking play. The decision to captain Salah has transformed this writer’s FPL team in the last couple of game weeks, do you think Luton Town stand a chance in GW11?

Hwang Hee-chan (£5.5m) 

The South Korean is enjoying the most productive FPL campaign of his career after combining six goals with one assist in the first ten games. Hwang boasts a measly 3.6 per cent ownership with his differential appeal making him a suitable choice versus the winless Sheffield United. 

The 27-year-old is classified as a midfielder in the game and retains fantastic value against a Blades side who have conceded two or more goals in nine of their 10 games.

Phil Foden (£7.5m)

Manchester City are at home to Bournemouth where Foden has three attacking returns from four matches. The attacking midfielder was rested in midweek and should be raring to go again after his first goal at Old Trafford last time out. 

Bryan Mbeumo (£6.6m) 

The Brentford man has doubled his total returns for the season with two goals and as many assists in the last two matches. Mbeumo has now delivered consecutive double-figure hauls and next faces West Ham who are struggling defensively away from home.

The Hammers are without a clean sheet on their travels having conceded ten goals while Mbeumo is Brentford’s talisman and penalty-taker.

Jarrod Bowen (£7.4m) 

The West Ham United forward is yet to blank away from home with an average of 8.6 points per match. Bowen is their leading FPL asset who contributes most of the attacking returns regardless of his team’s form. 


Erling Haaland (£14.0m) 

The Manchester City marksman recovered from a few quiet weeks with a bumper 16-point haul thanks to two goals and an assist in the Manchester Derby. That proved his first double-figure return since GW4 and Haaland could be in for more of the same against Bournemouth who have conceded 21 times in the first ten matches. 

The Norwegian has five goals and an assist from four home games and he is a massive captaincy choice for managers. 

Ollie Watkins (£8.4m)

ollie watkins

The in-form Aston Villa striker saw only his second blank to date against Luton and is having a spectacular start to the season with five goals and eight assists already.

Unai Emery’s side are one of the best attacking teams in the division visiting a Nottingham Forest team who have failed to keep a clean sheet at home. 

Callum Wilson (£7.8m) 

Wilson has started the last two matches in the absence of Alexander Isak and delivered three goals in that time for 19 FPL points.

The Newcastle striker already has seven goals from only four starts this term which makes him an eye-catching differential pick with 5.4 per cent ownership. He could therefore be key in a testing run of upcoming matches.


Bolu Alabi-Hundeyin

Chief Editor of the Football Castle, Bolu Alabi-Hundeyin is a football junkie and writer of the beautiful game.


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