Everton takes on Spurs at the Goodison Park in the Match of the Week.

It was comeback time at Anfield as Liverpool overcame a first minute goal from Tottenham to win all three points against Pochettino’s side. Manchester City won comfortably against Aston Villa while Chelsea rode on a memorable Pulisic hat-trick to trump Burnley with a scoreline of 2-4, leaving Fantasy Premier League managers on cloud nine.

Manchester United, despite missing two penalties, won against Norwich comprehensively while Arsenal had to settle for a point against Crystal Palace albeit having a two-goal lead within the first 10 minutes.

Gameweek 10 Review- 49 Points

Captain Kevin de Bruyne had a memorable week in the Fantasy Premier League with 12 points meanwhile Newcastle defender Jamaal Lascelles also earned 10 points for his excellent performance against Wolves. Harry Kane had seven points while Sadio Mane and Tammy Abraham came off with five points each.

Despite his side scoring nine goals against Southampton, Leicester’s Wilfried Ndidi got only three points while Joshua King, Andrew Robertson, Rui Patricio and Jorginho had two points each. Erik Pieters had a disappointing performance this week, coming off with – 1 for his exploits against Lampard’s Chelsea. The team did fairly well.

The average for the week was also 49 points.

Gameweek 11 Transfers

Wilfred Ndidi heads out along with the out-of-favour Kyle Walker. They are replaced by Youri Tielemans and John Lundstram. Youri Tielemans has been part of Brendan Rodgers’ offensive approach. The choice was between him and James Maddison but the former wins out due to his lesser cost.

John Lundstram has been a key midfielder for Sheffield United but his listed position is defence in the League and therefore can get clean sheet points as well as has a higher chance to be among goals and assists.

Gameweek 11 Line-up

Fantasy Premier League Gameweek 11

Fantasy Premier League – The focus will be on City and Liverpool stars De Bruyne and Mane

The formation chosen is 3-5-2. Rui Patricio features in goal ahead of Tom Heaton. Both the keepers had tough outings against Arsenal and Liverpool respectively and the former is chosen considering Arsenal’s form. Andrew Robertson, Lundstram and Jamaal Lascelles start in a defence with Patrick van Aanholt and Erik Pieters moving to the bench.

It is De Bruyne, Mane, Jorginho, John McGinn and Tielemans in the midfield this week, with the City midfielder, whose side faces Southampton at home, the captain for the week. Kane and Tammy Abraham start ahead of Joshua King this week as the Norwegian is facing Manchester United this week. Mane is the vice-captain for Gameweek 11.

Bournemouth beckons for Manchester United as the Red Devils travel to the Vitality Stadium with three points in their mind. Arsenal welcome Wolves to the Emirates while City welcome a jaded Southampton still recovering from the harrowing loss against Leicester. Bottom-placed Watford host Lampard’s Chelsea while Aston Villa aims to upset Liverpool. Everton takes on Spurs at the Goodison Park in the Match of the week.