Fantasy Premier League

We are third into the season then, are you a title-chaser, mid-table merchant, or down in the relegation battle?

The start of Game Week 11 has been complicated by the postponement of the Aston Villa v Newcastle fixture due to Covid-19. Do not fret, however, our FPL Scout has got your tips and fixes ahead of GW 11 deadline at 11:00 GMT on Saturday 5 December.

Captain picks

Kevin De Bruyne (£11.7m) Produced two assists in the 5-0 rout of Burnley in Game week 10 and should look to similar returns against Fulham. Crucially, the Belgian was unused in midweek and will be fresh against the Cottagers.

Bruno Fernandes (£10.9m) retains his reputation as an FPL legend having scored in Manchester United’s comeback win over Southampton. The midfielder is a sure starter and would get the nod against a dogged West Ham where United lost in their last two visits. However, Bruno’s set-piece prowess and FPL stardust should see him through. 

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Dominic Calvert-Lewin (£7.9m) is the Premier League’s highest goal scorer and faces Burnley who have the joint-third leakiest defence this season. The England frontman has scored five goals in his five away appearances and is set to produce against a team who have conceded the most aerial chances this season.

Jamie Vardy (£10.3m) takes on Sheffield United who are his boyhood team’s biggest rivals. Asides the extra motivation for this fixture, nine of Vardy’s 11 goal contributions this season have come away from home


Ederson (£6.0m) kept a clean sheet against Burnley then Porto in midweek as City have found some defensive balance in recent weeks. The Brazilian shot-stopper should also have little to do against Fulham and he has resumed his talk of being City’s best penalty-taker despite never being allowed to take one in a game. If another outfielder misses soon, Pep Guardiola might be forced to give Ederson a chance alongside one of these clean sheets…

Ederson Moraes
Ederson is expected to keep another shutout at home to Fulham. (Getty Images)

Despite conceding thrice in the second half against Man United, Alex McCarthy (£4.6m) has a decent points haul and should get some more points on the board against Brighton and Sheffield in subsequent game weeks. 


Benjamin Mendy (£5.9m) Delivered 14 points against Burnley and was rested against Porto in midweek. The Frenchman should continue against Fulham with his wide threat proving important against deep opponents.

Our second Benjamin pick in defence is Chilwell (£6.2m) who was rested during Chelsea’s big UCL win at Sevilla. He will have a job on his hands against Leeds but his equally-rested defensive colleagues can ensure another clean sheet while Chilwell gets attacking returns.


Riyad Mahrez (£8.3m) was rested in midweek after the second hattrick of his Premier League career against Burnley. The Algerian is the most-bought player for GW11 with almost 230,000 transfers-in and looks set for another massive points haul against Fulham.

Diogo Jota
Diogo Jota is becoming a reliable FPL asset after cementing his place in the Liverpool side. (Getty Images)

Diogo Jota (£6.9m) returns to play Wolves this weekend after his shock but inspired move over the summer. The Portuguese is already a special signing for Liverpool with four goals in his last five games and could come through in the clutch against his former employers.

James Ward-Prowse (£6.9m) registered 11 points against Man United and his set-piece qualities should prove key against Brighton who have kept only two clean sheets all season. 

Harry Kane’s (£10.9m) wonderful Derby record reads 10 goals in 11 games against Arsenal. The Spurs captain’s increased creative threat only adds to Arsenal’s worries as he is almost nailed-on to get points against the Gunners.

Although Kane is set to feature after recovering from an alleged knock during the week, it is wise to have his partner in crime, Heung-Min Son (£9.5m), to double up on the threat of Kane.

Do you have any Fantasy Premier League GW11 questions before the deadline?

Let us know in the Comments section below, Looking forward to what you have to say!

Bolu Alabi-Hundeyin
December 4, 2020
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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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