Daily Fantasy Premier League Football Picks & Cash League - Gameweek 12
Posted by FFPundits
9:56am Nov 7 2019
Jimenez and Rashford lead the line for FPLtips in Sunday’s £50.00 Freeroll on Starting 11
Welcome to the Gameweek 12 preview for Starting 11’s daily fantasy football app, which offers free-to-play and cash games every single Gameweek.
This Sunday’s contest includes 3 Premier League matches, including the top of the table clash between Liverpool and Man City.
If you’re new to the game, the rules are simple: you can spend an unlimited budget on a team of 11 players that you predict will score the most points during a single match-day.
Free-to-play and cash games are available every single Gameweek and here’s a look at some players to consider for Sunday’s Gameweek 12 FPLtips £50.00 Freeroll on the Starting 11 app.
Points are still awarded for goals, assists and clean-sheets – however, points for passing, tackles shots on target are also up for grabs!
Over the last 6 Gameweeks, only Everton (6) have conceded fewer big chances than Wolves (7), while only Sheffield Utd have shipped fewer goals (2 to 4).
These numbers bode well for Rui Patricio, ahead of Aston Villa’s visit to Molineux this weekend.
Liverpool may have only kept 2 clean sheets this season but no side have allowed opponents fewer big chances (15), while only Sheffield Utd and Leicester have conceded fewer goals (8 to 9).
Alexander-Arnold (assist) and Robertson (goal) played a key role in the goals at Aston Villa last weekend, to see the Reds snatch a late 2-1 win and they’ll be as important as ever when Man City travel to Anfield on Sunday.
Man Utd have kept 2 clean sheets in 5 home matches this season, shipping just 4 goals, with only Newcastle and Leicester (each 3) faring better.
Their opponents Brighton have managed just 4 goals in 5 away matches, ranking ahead of only Everton (3), Watford (2) and Norwich (1).
Wan-Bissaka has made more interceptions (16) than any teammate and ranks top amongst all players with 33 successful tackles.
Liverpool came from behind to earn the late win over Villa, with Mané playing a key role in both goals (1 goal, 1 assist) to drag his side over the line.
No midfielder has had as many as his 5 big chances during the last 4 Gameweeks, while only Jesus and Wesley can match that total, across all positions.
Man City travel to Anfield in Gameweek 12, a venue where Mo Salah very rarely fails to impress; no player has scored more than his 5 goals during home matches this season.
The 27-year-old also leads the way with 11 shots on target and 4.29 expected goals (xG) on home turf, while only Agüero (24) has fired more than his 22 goal attempts.
Sterling has netted 5 goals on his travels already this season, with only Abraham (7) faring better.
The Englishman has been afforded 9 big chances during those matches, which ranks him top amongst all players.
No player has created more chances than De Bruyne (20) over the last 6 Gameweeks, with the Belgian having ranked up an astounding 10 assists already this season.
Man City have netted 15 goals in 5 away matches this season, an average of 3 goals per game and no side have produced more than their 24 big chances on the road.
Since recovering from injury, Martial has resumed his ‘Out of Position’ striker role under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
He’s produced 5 shots on target and an xG of 2.24, in the last 2 Gameweeks, to rank top amongst teammates on both accounts.
Brighton have allowed their opponents 15 big chances in 5 away matches; with only 4 teams faring worse in that respect.
Despite Man Utd’s troubles in front of goal this season, Rashford has chipped in with 5 goals and 3 assists.
Only Jesus (3.29) can better his 2.28 expected goals (xG) over the last 3 Gameweeks, while only Jiménez (6), Vardy and Jesus (each 7) have fired more than his 5 shots on target, amongst forwards.
And it’s the Wolves man who completes the lineup, following an impressive run of form in the last 4 Gameweeks, where he’s amassed 2 goals and 2 assists.
Jiménez has created 3 big chances during that period, with only Sterling, Alexander-Arnold (each 4) and Yarmolenko (5) faring better.
Aston Villa rank joint-14th with a tally of 11 away goals conceded this season, while no side have faced more shots inside the box on the road (82).
The captaincy decision is wide open this Gameweek, with Man Utd and Wolves both facing favourable home fixtures.
But the form of Mané remains hard to ignore, even when he’s up against the reigning Champions.
The Senegal international has amassed 2 goals and 3 assists over the last 4 Gameweeks and was afforded a rest midweek ahead of the meeting with Man City.
READY TO PLAY? There’s £50.00 in cash to be won each and every Gameweek in our FPLTips’ Fantasy Football Freeroll contest over on the Starting 11 app.
To get involved, simply download the free app below and create your best 11-man team for SUNDAY’S 3 Premier League games only – oh, and you’ll need to pick a captain to earn you those all-important double points!
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