FPL Guru: How your team should look like in Gameweek 10
Written by: Ajay A K
The likes of Mesut Ozil and Andrew Robertson are expected to register wins in their respective fixtures.
In the previous gameweek, Chelsea survived against Manchester United in Stamford Bridge. Ross Barkley’s last-gasp equaliser saved the day, for The Blues. Liverpool managed to eke out a win against Huddersfield while Manchester City were their dominant self, as they scored five past Burnley. Arsenal continued their fine winning form with an amazing performance against Leicester. The Gunners scored three goals, after surrendering the lead to the Foxes.
Gameweek 9 Review
Mathew Ryan, in his first ever start, stole the show with a clean sheet and three bonus points. The Brighton shot-stopper was a key figure as the team managed to register a decent amount of points. Andrew Robertson and Steve Cook managed clean sheets, with the Scottish skipper grabbing two bonus points for his brilliant performance against Huddersfield. In attack, Aguero grabbed a goal while Mitrovic got an assist. The midfield along with defender Aaron-Wan Bissaka and striker Callum Wilson only managed 10 points.
Gameweek 10 Transfers
Gameweek 9 transfers had an adverse effect on the team. With Aaron Ramsey, not looking like a regular fixture in the starting lineup, he can be let go. Options instead of him include Gylfi Sigurdsson, Mesut Ozil, Ryan Fraser and Bernardo Silva. Mesut Ozil is transferred in. Arsenal is in hot form right now with seven consecutive victories leading them to fourth on the table and Mesut Ozil is a regular starter for the Gunners. The German himself is in very good form after he produced a stellar display in his side’s 3-1 victory against Leicester.
Other possible transfers that can be made are Benjamin Mendy or Aymeric Laporte for James Tarkowski.
Gameweek 10 Line-Up
Aguero will lead the line, alongwith Mitrovic and Wilson
The 3-4-3 formation stays the same. David de Gea replaces Mathew Ryan in the starting line-up despite the Brighton goalkeeper’s brilliant performances. The Manchester United goalkeeper has a home fixture against Everton. Marcos Alonso, Steve Cook and Andrew Robertson are the starting defenders. Andrew Robertson is the captain because of a very easy fixture at Anfield against Cardiff. Aron-Wan Bissaka drops to the bench, as his side faces an in- form Arsenal , while James Tarkowski’s Burnley faces Chelsea. Newcomer Mesut Ozil slots in the midfield along with Richarlison and vice-captain James Maddison. Eden Hazard, is also given the nod despite his injury which gives him a 75% chance to play. Ruben Neves drops to the bench again. Sergio Aguero, Aleksandar Mitrovic and Callum Wilson start as the three strikers upfront.
Wembley is where all the action is in this gameweek as Tottenham take on Manchester City, in a mouth-watering clash. Both sides are in good form with Manchester City being boosted by the return of their talismanic midfielder Kevin De Bruyne. Elsewhere, Manchester United take on Everton at home, while Chelsea travel to Burnley. Liverpool have Cardiff coming to Anfield, while Arsenal travel to London to face Crystal Palace.
Published: Fri Oct 26, 2018 05:18 PM IST