Who Are The Best FPL Players To Own For GW11?

Who Are The Best FPL Players To Own For GW11?

Here are my FPL Way Picks for Gameweek 11 for the 2021-22 season. The deadline for GW11 is on Friday 5th November at 18:30 GMT

I will be building a team that I feel will perform well in Gameweek 11. This team uses £99.5m of the £100m budget.


Here are the fixtures for Gameweek 11


Let’s have a look at the top ten teams with the best fixtures, both defensively and offensively

This is how predicted fixture difficulty is rated:

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MEDIUM
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– Stats provided by Fantasy Football Fix


The FPL XV – Who Are the Best Assets to Own in GW11?

Well well, GW10 was another tough Gameweek with a low average of FPL Points. If you had Reece James, I’m sure you had a great Gameweek. Moving on, let’s have a look at the best FPL Players to own for Gameweek 11:


My Gameweek 11 Selection


Goalkeeper

Robert Sánchez (4.6m)

Brighton vs Newcastle

With a nice home fixture against Newcastle, Sánchez is definitely the keeper that shouts out for me. I feel confident that he will get a clean sheet here; Brighton’s defence is pretty solid. To add to this, Brighton also has a very nice run of fixtures, so he’s a class long-term pick for me.


Defenders

Benjamin Chilwell (6.0m)

Chelsea vs Burnley

Since GW7 where Chilwell came back into the Chelsea backline, he has accumulated 43 points which is an average of 10.75 points per game. In that time he has scored in 3 out of 4 matches he has played in. A very straightforward pick here, it should be another clean sheet with the potential of getting an attacking return as well.

Gabriel Magalhães (5.0m)

Arsenal vs Watford

Arsenal’s performance has certainly improved massively since the start of the season and I’m feeling confident they will maintain their form moving forward. He even scored a goal away from home against Leicester in their previous fixture so I definitely feel this is a ‘one-to-watch player’. With only 1.3% ownership as well, he’s quite the differential too.

Trent Alexander-Arnold (7.6m)

West Ham vs Liverpool

Trent doesn’t really need an explanation for being in the team, a proper class defender and well worth the money as he offers a great attacking threat as well. Although he’s not scored so far this season, he has provided 3 assists and sits in 3rd place with the most points accumulated by defenders.


Midfielders

Raphael Dias Belloli (6.6m)

Leeds vs Leicester

Raphinha is the only Leeds player I would consider at the moment with Patrick Bamford still out of action. He’s scored 4 goals so far and I’m sure he has every chance to add another to his tally in this home fixture.

Mohamed Salah (12.9m)

West Ham vs Liverpool

Although his ownership is increasing week by week, it’s still very surprising that 29.2% don’t own him, I mean; the man is essential! He’s the highest-scoring player in FPL and has nearly accumulated double the points of second place. The Egyptian king is on the form of his life and I can’t see this dropping any time soon.

Kai Havertz (8.1m)

Chelsea vs Burnley

With Werner and Lukaku still out with injuries, Havertz is playing OOP as he is leading the front line in Chelsea’s attack. Against a very weak Burnley squad, it wouldn’t surprise me if he got a double-digit return in this fixture.

Bryan Mbeumo (5.6m)

Brentford vs Norwich

Mbeumo was an easy selection in this squad this Gameweek as they face Norwich at home. Norwich has been absolutely terrible this season, they have only scored 3 goals and conceded a massive 25 goals already. It really wouldn’t surprise me if Brentford walked all over them in this game and Mbeumo is definitely the sort of player that can do just that now he’s back from injury.

Emile Smith Rowe (5.6m)

Arsenal vs Watford

This guy has been quite impressive this season, at only 5.6m in price and scoring 3 goals and providing 2 assists, it’s a no-brainer really. In the last 2 GW’s he’s accumulated 22 points with 2 goals and an assist. I’m definitely a player that likes to pick players which are on form and I feel he will continue this streak in this home fixture.


Forwards

Jamie Vardy (10.8m)

Leeds vs Leicester

Vardy has been a fairly consistent player (if we ignore the previous 2 Gameweeks), but he was fairly unlucky to not get an attacking return in these 2 matches. With 7 goals and an assist so far this season, it’s quite likely he’ll get some returns in this fixture. Leeds have conceded 17 goals so far so it wouldn’t surprise me if Vardy got a goal or two against them this weekend.

Ivan Toney (6.5m)

Brentford vs Norwich

Toney is definitely due a goal, I feel once he scores, the goals will just come flooding in. In the easiest fixture of the season for Brentford, this has a double-digit return written all over it. I feel this game will be the decider on whether I keep or drop him, but I feel very confident he will get on the score sheet in this fixture.


Our Bench Picks

Álvaro Fernández (4.5m)

Playing a team that has only scored 2 goals so far this season, this guy seems like a no-brainer. The only reason I went for Sánchez instead is that Fernández is Brentford’s backup keeper due to the fact that Raya is out for around 5 months with a knee injury. He is a great backup keeper though nevertheless.

Che Adams (6.8m)

Quite the differential pick this one with only 0.8% ownership. They come against a weak Villa squad who have conceded 19 goals so there is definitely the potential for this fella to get an attacking return.

Tino Livramento (4.4m)

What a gem this defender is, if you got him in at 4.0m; very well done! He’s accumulated 23 points in the last 4 GW’s which is an average of 5.75 points per game. At that price, you can’t really go wrong, can you?

Shane Duffy (4.4m)

Pretty much bench fodder here, but he has all the potential to get a clean sheet against Newcastle at home, to be honest with you. Brighton’s defence has been pretty sharp; 11 goals conceded for a lower-tier team is never a bad thing.


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