City’s Kevin De Bruyne takes over the role of the skipper for the upcoming Gameweek 10.
Liverpool escaped a first league loss this season thanks to Adam Lallana’s equaliser against Manchester United. Chelsea saw off Newcastle while Manchester City made short work of Crystal Palace away from home much to the delight of Fantasy Premier League managers.
Sheffield United pulled off the surprise of the week, a Lys Mousset goal giving them all three points at home against a toothless Arsenal side. Meanwhile, Tottenham escaped a shaming at the hands of Watford thanks to a late but controversial Dele Alli equaliser.
Gameweek 9 Review- 29 Points
Andrew Robertson was the only major contributor in a week that saw disappointing results all around. The Liverpool full-back got 8 points due to his assist for Liverpool’s equaliser against Manchester United. Captain Harry Kane got 4 points while Rui Patricio and Kevin De Bruyne got three points each.
McGinn, Ndidi, Mane and Abraham got two points each while Erik Pieters, Patrick van Aanholt and Joshua King contributed one point each.
The average score for the week was 37 points.
Gameweek 10 Transfers
The team, despite the tough week, is going to Gameweek 10 with no major changes. Joshua King looks likely to be transferred out over the coming week. He has had a tough few weeks and will need redemption at Watford. The Bournemouth striker has moved to the wings and this change has caused his goals to dry out.
Gameweek 10 Line-up
Fantasy Premier League – Newcastle’s Jamaal Lascelles makes his way back into the team
The formation used in this Gameweek of the Fantasy Premier League is 4-4-2. Rui Patricio starts ahead of Tom Heaton, the latter facing goal-hungry Manchester City at the Etihad. Andrew Robertson, Kyle Walker and Erik Pieters start in a 4-man defence that also features Jamaal Lascelles. Crystal Palace faces Arsenal away from home and as a consequence Patrick van Aanholt makes the bench.
It is Kevin De Bruyne, Sadio Mane, Jorginho and Wilfried Ndidi in the midfield this week, with the Manchester City midfielder, whose side faces Aston Villa at home, the captain for the week. Harry Kane and Tammy Abraham start ahead of Joshua King this week. Rui Patricio is the vice-captain this week.
Liverpool face another comprehensive foe as Tottenham comes calling to Anfield. Norwich will look to end their disastrous run when Manchester United visit Carrow Road while Manchester City try to catch Liverpool when they face Aston Villa. It is a Burnley test this week for Frank Lampard’s men while Arsenal are at home to Crystal Palace as they look to get back to winning ways.